Tuesday, September 16, 2014

GIU Day 2

It's Day 2 in my Growing In Unity week and I think we should go sailing!

I stamped the image on the white card stock and then paper pieced the red sails on it with 3D foam. A stripped blue card stock is the water.  I used the layout from Happy Little Stampers:
 UNITY STAMPS USED:
*  Main image & sentiment: http://unitystampco.com/shop/life-is-a-beautiful-ride-itty-bitty/

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At the end of the week I will pick ONE lucky commenter from this week's comments to win TWO Itty Bitty's!

22 comments:

  1. Beautiful CAS card. Love the eyelet detail and your happy little boat

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  2. Love your torn paper water and the cute paper pieced boat!

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  3. Wonderful CAS card! Love the paper pieced sails and the torn paper for your water!

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  4. Very cute--I like the paper piecing.

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  5. I like the torn papers for water. Great idea!!

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  6. Super cute card! Love the sailboat!

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  7. I like all the detail in the sailboat.

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  8. Very cute! I like the idea of using torn paper for the water.

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  9. So fun and whimsical! Love all the detail your bring to this wonderful project!~kim

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  10. Cute card - love the little boat.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  11. That's such a wonderful card. I love the paper piecing on the sails and on the water. What a great idea!

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  12. Love the paper piecing and torn paper. Great take on the challenge.

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  13. LOVE this! Your paper piecing is awesome and the water is brilliant! Thanks so much for playing along at Happy Little Stampers. You have also been featured on our Facebook page! xx

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  14. this is great! CAS is quickly becoming one of my new favorite card styles!

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  15. Cute! I love the torn blue paper as water. And the eyelets are a great nautical touch!

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  16. Lovely and fun interpretation of the sketch. Love the pieced sail and your wonderful water.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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