Earlier in the spring, I was the lucky winner of a new stamp set from Craft's Meow called "It's a Shore Thing." When I saw the Embellish Nautical Color Challenge, I knew I'd found a way to use these cute stamps.
Although someone named the colors as brown, red, navy, and light blue, the darker blue is not quite navy in my book. Fortunately, I found an Adirondack ink pad (Stream) that was exactly the right color.
This is Week 3 of Summer Card Camp, and I'm actually on track with my first card with the new color combination which seemed perfect for my niece's son who is turning two.
Here's my card. I was happy to get to use these fun Papertrey Ink products.
It's a bit hard to see but both the red mat and the taupe circle are cut and embossed with Nestabilities.
You Float My Boat
Cardstock: Neeah Solar White, Memory Box light blue
Patterned Paper: Bitty Stars (Papertrey) & clouds cut from Quite Contrary (MME)
Stamps: It's a Shore Thing (Craft's Meow) & Tiny Treats: Valentine (Papertrey)
Light Blue marker: Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen
Look Who's Turning Two
Cardstock: Dark Chocolate, Pure Poppy, Kraft (Papertrey) & scrap from stash
Patterned Paper: "Night Light Jack" (October Afternoon)
Nestabilities: Classic Rectangles & Small Classic Circles (Spellbinders)
Die: By the Numbers (Papertrey)
Impression Plate: By the Numbers (Papertrey)
Stamps: Birthday Bash & Big Birthday Wishes (Papertrey)
Twine: Pure Poppy (Papertrey)
Star punch; McGill