Let’s Set Sail

Stampin Up Let's Set Sail

Rob and I have arrived at the cottage and I can not wait start seeing all the motor boats and sailboats go by.  It is such a beautiful sight and I never get tired of it.

Let’s Set Sail is a stamp set that was originally in the January – June Mini Catalog but has carried over to the new Stampin’ Up!® Annual Catalog.  I am so happy that it did.  It has been on my list since I first saw it but there were so many other things on my list that it kept getting pushed back.  I finally just had to get it once I got to the cottage because boats and cottages go so well together.  It comes in a bundle with a coordinating punch called Sailboat Builder Punch and you can save 10% by purchasing it in a bundle.

To make this card I first stamped the boat in Crumb Cake ink and the sails in Tahitian Tide and Daffodil Delight.  Then I punched them all out using the Sailboat Builder Punch.  Next I used the background stamp called Gentle Waves.  I inked it with Tahitian Tide ink, stamped it off once on  a scrap piece of paper and then stamped it again on a piece of Basic White card stock.  Unfortunately, the Gentle Waves background stamp is retiring at the end of this month.

Next I cut out a circle using the Layering Circle dies and kept the negative as a mask.  I used a Blending Brush with Daffodil Delight ink to make the sun.  Then I stamped the seagulls and the sentiment in Memento Black ink.  Lastly I adhered the boat section using Multipurpose Glue and the sails using Dimensionals.  I layered everything onto a piece of Tahitian Tide card stock and a Daffodil Delight card base.

I know you are all wondering where my sunset photos are because I know you love them as much as I do so I decided to make you all happy and post my first one of the season.  😊

Beautiful, isn’t it!?!


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