Ever have one of those cards where you just couldn't stop? Right. This is one of mine. It was going to be just the flip flops on wood grain paper with perhaps the splashy water die cut...
Well, gee, the hilly landscape was already cut; I just had to color it. And I had these beachy dies I'd never used yet -- the shore birds and the rope/life saver corner... Stuff happens.
I made this for my flip flop and purple-loving friend's birthday. The stamp set I used is Power Poppy's Best Day Ever. Cute stuff in that set and perfect for some of the other beachy dies I haven't used yet, hmmm.
I have to say, I really love making and embellishing frames. When I had the frame complete and ready to pop up on the card front, it looked so cute all by itself. If I had the time I'd make up a bunch of different frames to use on cards later. Ohhh, to get ahead one of these days... or learn to stamp/color/create faster. Have a happy day!
Stamps: Power Poppy Best Day Ever Paper: Strathmore Vellum Surface Mixed Media card base, Neenah 110 lb white, Simple Stories Snap Color Vibe and Wood & Notebook Basics designer paper Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Cool Caribbean (sky), Copics for coloring Accessories: Signo Uniball white gel pen Dies: Die-namics Stitched Rectangle Frames, Memory Box Big Splash Border, Cottage Cutz Rope Corner, Impression Obsession Shore Birds, Memory Box Banner Parade, Die-namics Mix and Match Banner