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Wednesday 21 April 2021

Art With Heart Colour Creations Showcase week 45 - Seaside Spray

This week the Art With Heart Team are featuring Seaside Spray for our weekly Colour Creation Showcase. Seaside Spray is another of the 2019-2021 In Colours that will be discontinued when the Annual Catalogue finishes on the 3rd of May.
For tonight's card I needed a project that was quick and easy as I was a little time poor this week.
I started with the Sand and Sea DSP, which features Seaside Spray on many of it's sheets.

I turned to my favourite birthday greeting from the Happiest of Birthday stamp set and stamped this in Seaside Spray on Basic White paper.

I cut the greeting out with one of the dies from the new Scalloped Contour dies set that will be available in the 2021-2022 Catalogue. These dies come in numerous sizes and all have different stitching patterns around the edges.

The card base is Seaside Spray. The final embellishment is some Linen Thread around the bottom of the greeting piece.

Good bye Seaside Spray, hopefully you will return in a colour refresh down the track. For more Seaside Spray inspiration from the Art With Heart Team, head to Cathy's blog for a complete list of tonight's participants.

Happy stamping,

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  1. Oh Rachel I might have to CASE this design to make some quick and easy birthday cards - it is a great design to use up DSP too! Thank you for inspiring us with your Seaside Spray creation tonight x

  2. What a great and quick card to make. Love it! It is so pretty and just so perfect for a birthday card that you need fast! Great DSP choice!

  3. Lovely card Rachel and looks great with the use of DSP and a large greeting that makes the card pop!

  4. Love the quick card idea when you need them and a great way to use up DSP. I have that same greeting and it really works will. Love it.

  5. Such a gorgeous card Rachel. It may have been ‘quick’ card, but it is no less special. I haven’t played with Scolloped Contour dies as yet, but now I am sure they will make it onto my next project. As I read your blog, I was thinking that I would love to CASE your card - if OK and then saw Cathy had the same idea. Thank you for the inspiration. Xxx

  6. This is great design and fantastic use of this wonderful stamp set to make quick cards when we are time poor. Well done!

  7. This is a lovely card Rachel. Your choice of DSP looks gorgeous behind the beautifully stamped sentiment. Great “quick make” card.


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