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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Nautical Scene with Lighthouse and Boat

"Lighthouse" - that's our optional twist over at the Outlawz Twisted Thursday this week. Our August sponsor is Marker Pop.
I used a Maja Design DP for the frame and as background for the vellum with map. The map is made with a stamp from Prima, I heat set it with blue EP. The lighthouse stamp is Graphic45. I used a metal boat charm from Storyteller, and cheesecloth to make the ocean. The birthday greeting is made using my Dymo.

This card is also for these challenges:
1) Sweet Stamps - #184 Masculine Birthday
2) Come and Get It - Anything Goes with a Sentiment
3) Eclectic Ellapu - Seaside or Nautical
4) Top Tip Tuesday - Anything Goes

35 comments:

Avril Ann said...

Pia this is stunning, I love anything Nautical, and love the blue and white, fresh colour ways..hugs xxx

Deepti Stephens said...

Woah!! Awesome!!

Sue said...

This is gorgeous Pia, I love the images and the wonderful scene you have created.
Sue xx

Sammy said...

I LOVE this Pia! Gorgeous design, and just love the nautical theme! x

Laine said...

Such a classic creation Pia. Love the image and fabulous feel of the card.
Laine
xx

scrAPpamondo said...

Beautiful card, Pia! I love the use of cheesecloth to make the ocean, it's look great with the boat charm!!

Monika Reeck said...

Pia I love the add of the boat on your card and really lovely DP you choose its really fit o the boat and nice burlap there...ADORABLE manly card (is it for a man LOL I am sorry if I am wrong my friend) I love the whole idea of your card..and the colors make calm..(not the red one hehehe :) )
Hugs, Monika

cotnob said...

This is a fabulous nautical card Pia, I love the stamps that you have combined they look perfect together along with your wonderful papers.
Pauline
x

Sue B said...

Ooh this is gorgeous Pia… I love the fab background paper and the stamp and map are perfect with it… love the little boat charm and the fab texture of the cheesecloth! :-)
Hope you have a great day!
Big hugs
Sue xx

Roxie said...

Very nice masculine card, thanks for joining the SweetStamps challenge.

Jackie said...

Gorgeous card Pia! Love the color scheme & layout.....TFS!!!

Lau W said...

WOw ! How much i love this card ! Love nautical creations ! Te design is fab,ohhhh looooooove this card !
xxx

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Beautiful layout. Love the nautical theme and colors!
And thanks for stopping by my blog to say HELLO! : )

KraftyKoolKat said...

This is awesome Pia. Such a gorgeous colour, a fabulous scene you have created.
Hugs
Cathy
Xxx

Loz said...

WOW!!! I LOVE this card and design Pia. Perfect for a nautical person..Loz

chrissy xx said...

What a wonderful scene you've created Pia..LOving your design, colours and embellishments..I've never used Vellum..must give it a go.
Chrissyxx

downrightcrafty said...

beautiful design and love the colour and the image
hugs Kate xx

Cindy van Oorschot said...

I love everything about this card Pia, it all fits so nicely together, lov the idea of the map on embossed on the vellum.
Cindy

Lori said...

Pia, this is absolutely STUNNING! Thanks for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday for our Anything Goes challenge! xoxoxo

Donna said...

Beautiful card, really like the effect of the vellum!

Faye Wynn-Jones said...

What a great masculine card Pia. The colours are perfect for your theme too. Have a wonderful weekend Pia. X

Heather said...

Hi Pia, to answer your question - I did heat embossed the flowers with vellum and find a better result by colouring at the back - you just need to make it a little darker.
I love your nautical card, the map with vellum is stunning, a great lighthouse and I love the silver charm!!

hugs
Heather xx

scrappymo! said...

This is a great card, Pia. I love the nautical theme and your charm is perfect.

The colours you used look great...and the bit of netting for the sea looks good too!

Thanks for the kind comments about the lake. DH and the girls love it here...but they love hot, dry heat. The fishing is good as the fish do not taste muddly and are safe to eat.
My family lives in the Okanagan...beautiful sandy beaches, hotter than here by maybe 2 degrees and fabulous wine country.
Married daughter goes there for their twwo week vacation each year. About 10 families go together and stay at the beach in adjoining suites. Her MIL has 2 rental townhouses there, but not on the section of the lake that my daughter and her husband like.

But...the Okanagan is never a vacation for me as I am kept busy the whole time, helping my family.

Where we are is hot but we do not have snakes. Where my family live, and where daughters MIL has the rental properties, there are ratlesnakes...so not my thing at all!
They also have Black Widow spiders. Uggggh!!!
My Dad was bit when by a ratlesnake when he was about 9 or 10. He was so lucky to live through that.

Where my house is in the city, it is so busy with heavy traffic on the highways and long commutes to work. It seems there are lineups to park, to shop, to bank etc. Here at the lake, our lives are relaxed, no lineups, and it is very quiet and restful. I could never live here full time as it would be too much peace and quiet...but perfect for us for the summer!

We still like our hotel holidays too. Last year we went to Britain for a month and plan to go again next year. We are busy at the moment researching a cruise through the Balkans.

Norway is such a beautiful country, we would like to tour there too!

So you see, we like both, a lovely hotel and a lovely RV holiday!

sandie said...

how cool to use the cheesecloth for the sea and you know I love the charm!

Chrissy said...

A superb masculine nautical card Pia...gorgeous.

luv CHRISSYxx

crafty-stamper said...

Fabulous card love the ship charm and brilliant map stamp and lighthouse B.paper-love the cheescloth ocean
Carol x

Elaine aka Ellapu said...

Lovely creation hun - TFS with us over @ Eclectic Ellapu this month.
Elaine aka Ellapu

aussie aNNie said...

Hi Pia, what a lovely nautical card, love those papers and your boat looks super in front of the die lighthouse....super card.xx

Sue U said...

Love your card Pia, and all the clever details, Thanks for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday for our Anything Goes challenge
Sue x

Yvonne Garner said...

Gorgeous Pia! Love this.

DYMO Support said...

What a beautiful piece of work! Congratulations! ^CP

Bettina L. said...

For et tøft nautisk design. Liker detaljene med charm og papirer. Tusen takk for at du deltok hos
Top Tip Tuesday sin forrige utfordring og beklager at jeg er litt sen med å kommentere. Håper fortsatt du vil være med på vår nye utfordring som handler om å bruke kontorutstyr på prosjektet. Klem Bettina DT Medlem hos Top Tip Tuesday

dizzy di said...

You've set a magical scene here!
Wonderful ;)

Mrs.B said...

This is a stunning card, love the DP, perfect for the image, which looks great on the vellum.
Avril xx

Monika Reeck said...

I am back to tell you congrats on your Win Pia...see this links...you deserve it...and again happy for you and congratulations sweety..

http://sweetstampsblog.blogspot.ca/p/challenge-winners.html