Hi everyone! Welcome to the Unsinkable release blog hop for Catherine Pooler Designs. The Creative Team is sharing projects to introduce you to the new items. If you are following along the hop you should have arrived here from Nanette's blog. The complete blog hop list is below.
My cards today use products from the Anchors Away Bundle.
How amazing is this Ahoy word die?! I absolutely love the rope detail on this die. I die cut from white card stock and then blended some Daydream ink, I blended more heavily on the bottom and then faded to white at the top.
I stamped & die cut the flowers using Daydream ink and popped them up on my card using dimensional adhesive. The seaweed was stamped using Green Tea ink.
I haven't done this type of card in a long time. I love this anchor die and thought it would look amazing using the sequins from the bundle. I just picked out all the small green sequins to adhere behind the die cut. I stamped and die cut the sentiment from the Hook, Line and Sinker stamp set using Midnight ink and adhered that over the anchor.
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Make sure you leave comments on all the blogs in the hop today. Catherine is randomly choosing a winner from each blog hop days comments to win a $25 Gift Certificate to the store! Winners will be announced on August 12th on Catherine's blog.
Time to hop along to the next stop on the hop which is the amazing Ashlee.
Kristie-*You are here
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Thank you for visiting and have a great day!
A list of supplies I used can be found below, just click on the picture below to be taken to where you can get the product. I do use some affiliate links when I can, this means I will get a small commission if you choose to purchase the product using my link-this is at no cost to you and helps with the running of my blog. I really appreciate your love and support!
UNDER THE SEA BUNDLE
I like the simplicity of your anchor shaker card! You allow the central image to own the card and I think that's bold!ReplyDelete
I agree with christine. Live the shaker card too!!ReplyDelete
Love the color blending and the sequin anchor is awesome!ReplyDelete
Love your cards, Kristie! the way you use the little seaweed and the flower is brill!ReplyDelete
I love the anchor card with the sequins!!!! I also love the anchor die and the detail on it. Great cards!ReplyDelete
I don't know why my name is published. It is Cheryl Barrios.Delete
Great shaker design. I’m all about simplicity and I love your take on all the choices!ReplyDelete
Love the anchor card very creative. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Beautiful cards and great color choices.ReplyDelete
The rope AHOY is so cute!! I'm thinking that I need that die.ReplyDelete
I LOVE your anchor shaker card!!ReplyDelete
I love both cards and the simplicity of each.ReplyDelete
Cute cards, so many options!ReplyDelete
I love what you did with the sequins and the anchor! And your ink blending on the first card is beautiful! Gorgeous cards.ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards! Love the colors...ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
ohh, clever card using the anchor die cut, I thought it was a shaker at first glance! Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Love that Anchor card and love the colors you chose.ReplyDelete
Oh my, the patience you have for those sequins....lol. Better you than me. Come to think of it, I blame you for my sequin addiction years ago my friend. LOVE your cards. ;)ReplyDelete
Fantastic cards. Love theReplyDelete
anchor filled with sequins.
The texture to the Ahoy die
is wonderful. Great idea.
thanks for sharing
I’m giddy over the detail of the ahoy and wheel dies. This release makes me do my happy dance. Stunning cards Kristie. A rounds of applause for you.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards, gorgeous colors. Love that anchor.ReplyDelete
Love the rope detail on the Ahoy die. Love that anchor die too! I can see many masculine cards made with this release. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Great ideas to add special interest to the cards. You certainly know how to "bling" up an anchor!ReplyDelete
The AHOY looks soooo cool! Great cards! That anchor is awesome too!ReplyDelete
Sequins as a background for the anchor was super clever!ReplyDelete
What sweet, different ideas. Love the new products!ReplyDelete
Two great cards. Love the inlaid sequins. :)ReplyDelete
Love the green sequined anchor with the use of black/white in the card design.ReplyDelete
Wow great idea I never thought of adding sequins under die cut image! Awesome job!ReplyDelete
The anchor card is awesome...those sequins look like bubbles!ReplyDelete
A wonderful shaker idea.ReplyDelete
I like how you blended the colors on the anchor.ReplyDelete
Kristie you cards are amazing - you are right, that AHOY is such a fabulous die cut with the rope indents, and that anchor is stunning - did you glue the sequins down, that they are sitting so perfectly?ReplyDelete
Oops - when I read the post again I see you did adhere the sequins :)Delete
On your second card, I love the way you put the sequins inside the anchor cut out.ReplyDelete
Love what you created!ReplyDelete
I agree, the rope detail on the 'ahoy' is really awesome. I love the anchor card and the pretty green sequins you used.ReplyDelete
I am with you, the anchor die is so cool. Your idea of using green sequins behind the anchor was genius!! I love it!!ReplyDelete
I love the inlaid sequins!ReplyDelete
Your sequin anchor looks super! Such beautiful cardsReplyDelete
Kristie these are beautiful. Love that anchor with the sequins.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards, Kristie - they are both so elegant and the sequined anchor is a real stunner! TFS!ReplyDelete
Great shaker card Kristie.ReplyDelete
Great cards. Love the Ahoy die and anchor die.ReplyDelete
Love the rope detail on the Ahoy die! Awesome cards!ReplyDelete
These are very pretty! :)ReplyDelete
WOW, Love that anchor word die and how you blended the color on it, looks so beautiful. And love the simplicity of the cards but yet their so pretty. tfsReplyDelete
Beautiful cards, Kristie. Love your sequin anchor and floral background. =)ReplyDelete
Love the sequined anchor! Clever technique.ReplyDelete