Monday, March 9, 2009

The Cuttlebug Spot ~ Challenge 21

We have a fun challenge at The Cuttlebug Spot this week... Serendipity technique embossed used somehow on your card. I had a lot of fun with this card. My son and I made a ABC fishing game using Cricut's An Ocean of Words over the weekend which is what prompted this card. He of course loves the pirate ship. He helped me by tearing the bits of paper for the backround while I made the cuts and doodled. I think we did pretty good! LOL I am really impressed with the other design team cards this week. So many different looks and ideas for this technique I definately will be trying out myself in the future. Stop by and show us your work~

Materials used:
Cuttlebug A2: D'Vine Swirl
Cricut: An Ocean of Words~ Pirate ship cut at 3 3/4, Waves 1 1/4, Seagrass 3 3/4.
Stamp: Studio G
Ship sails inked with Antique Linen Distress Ink. Ship inked with black and brown pigment ink.


poupetteval said...

stunning card !!! i love the colours !!

really nice card

Susan (peebsmama) said...

What a great background the serendipity makes for the sky in your nautical project.

Cheryl said...

What a cute card.

Anonymous said...

Perfect! What a wonderful sky! And the swirls of the embossing makes it even more perfect! Love the ship, the waves, everything!

Rleen said...

Your card is fabulous! I love the waves and the ship. Perfect color combo, I lov e it! Awesome job!

Southernbelle said...

This is just too darn cute!! I love it!


Kr├╝mel said...

That´s such a great one! It makes a great sky on your maritim card. It looks like they are shipping on stormy waters.
And I love that you made this one together with Liam. I´m sure you both had a lot of fun - and he must be proud to have helped you.

Wonderful job you both did!

Kathrin aka Kruemel

DonnaMundinger said...

Wow this turned out beautifully! Perfect sky for a stormy sea. I love it! xxD


Wow Rheannon, this is such a gorgeous card hunny, loving the waves! hope your having a good week, hugs Linda x

Mada said...

Wow, Rheannon! This card is absolutely fantastic!
I imagine it took a lot of work to put everything together and colour them to perfection. Looks like you and your son make an unbeatable team. :) Keep up the good work!

Many hugs,