Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!

A Different Look…


Hello Friends,  If today’s card looks similar to you it’s because it is in fact similar to one I posted a few months ago. I was in the need for a belated Graduation card so I decided to CASE myself.  HERE is the original one if you are curious. I like this one a tad better. It also so happens to fit the challenge over at The Paper Players this week so a win win for me.

*Supplies- Boat and the stitched banner is Verve, Sentiment and paper is SU, The stitched panels and button is MFT, and that cloud is Lawn Fawn.

Have a Fabulous day! Nanc’

6 thoughts on “A Different Look…

  1. That is a beautiful graduation card and I love those colors together too. Great nautical design.

  2. Since I have made a ton of graduation cards recently, I am always looking for something different. This one fills the bill. Can I case you? I love the look!

  3. I like your stitched details. I also like the way your visual straight lines criss-cross to give a sense of energy and fun. Thanks for joining us this week at The Paper Players.

  4. I love your chosen papers Nance and your stitched edges and paper-pieced boat make for a delightful graduation card. Thanks for playing along with my challenge over at The Paper Players this week!

  5. LOVE this little boat…it is so cute with the nautical paper, which was some of my favorites! In fact, I still have some and am hoarding it! I need to get it out; you’ve inspired me with this cutie! Thanks for sharing it with the Players this week!

  6. Hi Nancy! Love your sailboat card. These papers are some of my favorites, you later them up so perfectly, and the little sailboat is the cutest! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at The Paper Players!

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