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  • Writer's pictureBonnie Crane

Spellbinders’ Fair Winds Collection featuring Set Sail

Hello friends! I love the water and Spellbinders’ Fair Winds Collection speaks to my heart. This card features a fabulous die set, Set Sail. I treasure the moments when I have been boating but sailing is the next level as far as I am concerned. No droaning of the motor in the background … just the sound of the wind in the sails and waves slapping against the boat … sigh!

  • The elements from Set Sail and Oh, Buoy were cut from Bristol Smooth card stock.

  • Using small blending brushes, the die cuts were coloured with Distress Oxide Inks. Pumice Stone, Salty Ocean and Tumbled Glass were used on the sail boat. The wave was coloured with Salty Ocean and Tumbled Glass. A touch of Tumbled Glass was added to the base of the clouds and Pumice Stone to the underside of the seagulls. The large seagull’s beak and feet were done in Carved Pumpkin. The posts and ropes were inked with Walnut Stain and Vintage Photo.

  • An A2 sized panel of Bristol Smooth Card Stock was masked with Post It Note Tape. Salty Ocean, Tumbled Glass and White Pigment Ink were used for the ocean. The sky was inked with Shaded Lilac, Spun Sugar and Dried Marigold.

  • The panel and white sheet foam were cut with a die from Notched Corner Frames.

  • The panel was adhered to an A2 sized card base and the die cut portion of the panel was mounted on the foam die cut and inlaid on the panel.

  • A sentiment from Seahorse Garden was stamped on the panel with black Versafine ink.

  • The elements were adhered to the card front. The sailboat, wave, large seagull and the middle post were popped up with foam squares.


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