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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

By The Sea Side

It must be Wednesday ~ I am back today with a beautiful stamp from Art Kure called Portland Bill.
I love how Crafter's Companion allows us to use great stamps and we get to  share with you.

 Now you know I used my Spectrum Noir markers to color this wonderful lighthouse. I live blocks away from Lake Michigan and we have a very similar area and it looks just like this...I knew I would be coloring  this image.This is the inside of the card
 This is the front of the card after I cut out the window with a Sizzix die and embossing folder...then I decided to add the Art-Kure EZMount™ Stamp -willow tree stamp~ you know how I love to fussy cut.

All I had to do was add this regal red ribbon from RRR, it just added a pop of color.
So that is what i have for you today, hope you enjoyed and I will see you back here next week same place and time.
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22 comments:

  1. oh wow Hun,you have showcased this stamp too perfection,and just love how you have die,cut,the centre its so effective,and the detail is stunning hugs Cherylxxx

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  2. Beautiful work Dawnie, your colouring is gorgeous!

    Love the great seascape!!!

    Beaut embossed frame too!

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  3. oh wow! this is gorgeous! love it.

    so hop-along... how u doing? remind me to NOT sign up for VBS next year. i ache all over. my legs are killing me and i hate kids! (just kidding on the kids part). i'm exhausted and i may have to get my walker out - heaven help me... LOL.

    hugs :)

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  4. fantastic card!!
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  5. Wow wow wowwwwwwwwwww! This is GORGEOUS! I loveeeeeeeeeee the lighthouse and that tree!! You are amazing!!!

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  6. Beautiful, Dawn! Your coloring brings that image to life. Gosh, about a million years ago, I used to swim in Lake Michigan! You brought back memories, my friend. Hope you are doing well! Talk to you in a while...

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  7. Dawn,
    This turned out lovely!! I really dig your coloring - how you make the scene come alive with your lights and darks.

    Take care and STAY POSITIVE!

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  8. WOW this is totally BEAUTIFUL what a GREAT design sweetie!!!!! LOVE LOVE the ribbon and embossing!

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  9. Beautiful Dawn!!!The embossing is wonderful and I love how you framed the picture inside.

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  10. wow Dawn this is wonderful. It does look like something you would see in your neck of the woods. LOVE your coloring. Are you taking it easy I hope.
    How is the ankle?

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  11. this is awesome. i love that it's on the inside. that way you don't have to say too much. the top part is so stunning , i love that folder die cut combo. beautiful card.

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  12. That's really great! Loved the choice of colors! :)

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  13. Wow! This is a card!?! How beautiful!! It looks good enough to frame.

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

    ~ Ferly
    Gifts We Use {to grow, love and serve}

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  14. Beautiful card! Love the frame you created.
    Hugs and smiles

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  15. Wow!! I love all the red and your window card is gorgeous!! Cute image and coloring!!
    Hugs,
    Chris

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  16. Your coloring is fabulous! Love the embossing too.

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  17. Wowzer Dawn this looks stupendous, what a gorgeous scene the colours look fab, I totally adore the embossing and aperture shape, awesome creation.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x
    Ps
    I do hope that you are ok and that you are looking after your ankle.

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  18. That is beyond fabulous! it would make a great Christmas cards with just a little altering!

    Carol

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  19. Beautiful card Dawn! So elegant looking! Love the embossed background and beautiful scene!

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  20. Your cards always amaze me! This one is stunning!

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