Stampin’ Up! Let’s Set Sail Scene for the Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop

Happy Thursday! It’s almost the weekend… do you have something fun planned? Welcome to the Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop! If you have come from Tara’s fun creation, welcome to the hop here at my blog. There will be lots of variety today, I betcha!

It’s the Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop… with a challenge, of course…

And here’s what I did…

Let’s Set Sail Scene.1

I began with a piece of Hues of Happiness 12 x 12 DSP, a blending Brush or two and several ink colors to create a brilliant sun: Whisper White, Mango Melody, Pale Papaya, Calypso Coral, Pumpkin Pie and Cajun Craze. I also some sticky notes so as I created the gradient, I was keeping kind of a line as I varied the colors. I really like how these just flow together. Once I got it sort of the way I wanted it, I removed the sticky notes and with Pale Papaya and Calypso Coral, went over the entire area to remove distinguishing lines. I then die cut two circles using the Stylish Shapes Dies. Next I took the long stamp in Let’s Set Sail stamp set and Balmy Blue ink and began creating a water layer on a panel of Basic White. These were the beginning steps for my scene. I adhered the largest circle with liquid glue to this Basic White panel, then put dimensionals on the smaller circle and layered it on top, matching the lines created when using the sticky notes and Blending Brush. I wanted some sparkle, so pulled out the 2022-2024 In Color 6×6 Glimmer Paper in Tahitian Tide and with the Sailboat Builder Punch, punched a sailboat. I placed the various pieces of the sailboat then added mini dimensionals in all the right places and dabs of liquid glue in others and put it in place. I stamped the water shadow just beneath the boat in Pacific Point ink. The birds were stamped with Memento ink. The sentiment also comes from Let’s Set sail stamp set and it was stamped in Balmy Blue and fussy cut. I put dimensionals on the back and adhered it to the card. I then colored two Rhinestone Basic Jewels with Dark Balmy Blue Stampin’ Blends and put them in place – card front was ready to put together.

I adhered the completed front to a piece of Balmy Blue just slightly larger, put dimensionals on the back and added it to a Thick Basic White card base. Front done!

Let’s Set Sail Scene, inside

For the inside I cut two very thin strips: one from the paper I had colored to create the suns and another from the 2022-2024 In Color 6×6 Glimmer paper in Tahitian Tide. These were adhered with liquid glue to the Basic White panel. I then stamped the sentiment – yep! – Let’s Set Sail stamp set, in Balmy Blue ink. This panel was adhered to another piece of Balmy Blue card stock then added to the inside of the card. This card is perfect for so many occasions: graduation, Father’s Day, promotion, retirement, etc.

Let’s Set Sail Scene.3

For the envelope, I took another part of the Hues of Happiness 12 x 12 DSP and added it to the flap, trimmed to fit. For the front, I stamped the water in stamped-off Balmy Blue ink then stamped the boat/ mast in Pacific Point ink and the two sails in Pale Papaya ink. All done! What do you think? Does the envelope look a bit like a scene in itself? I think so :O)

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Now, it’s time to move on with the hop! If you click the ‘next’ button, it will take you to Amy Koenders. If you click on a name, it will take you to that persons creation. Happy hopping!

Amy Koenders

Mary Deatherage

Sue Prather

Karen Finkle

Akiko Sudano

Karen Ksenzakovic

Tara Carpenter

Terry Lynn Bright

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22 responses to “Stampin’ Up! Let’s Set Sail Scene for the Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop”

  1. Beautiful scene! I love this set! TFS

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    1. Thanks Tara – I like this set too!


  2. Awesome card Terry Lynn :)Beautiful scene where I’d like to be 😉

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    1. Our sailboat isn’t in the water yet ~ still working on it… let me know ifn you want to come down for the day :O)


  3. Wonderful Terry Lynn! Love that huge sun – I feel like I’m at the shore! 😊

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    1. WooHoo Akiko – at the shore we are! And thanks…

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  4. floridaperson Avatar

    Great scene created in anticipation of sailing out on your boat no doubt!

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    1. Yep – working on the boat now, painting the bottom, teak work, etc. It’s a JOB!


  5. So pretty! Love the sailboat image and the beautiful sunset! 🙂


    1. Thanks Amy… it was fun creating the sun…


  6. Oooh, love your sun! Great scene! TFS

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    1. Thanks Susan!!! Hadn’t done those particular colors together before but really liked it in the end.


  7. Great sea scene, Terry Lynn. Wouldn’t have thought to do a sun that way, but I love it. Beautiful envelope too!

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  8. Love the sun you created – it’s perfect for this scene. The sparkly sailboat is a great touch, too. Love!

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  9. So beautiful! Looks like a wonderful way to spend a day! 🙂

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    1. Let’s see, paint the boat bottom, new finish on teak& a few other items, load the boat with gear, get it in the water ~ yep, a few steps before we get to this point :O)


  10. What a fabulous masculine card. I love the scene you created and the tips you gave us. It’s supposed to hit 90 degrees today, so a cool scene on the water is perfect. Enjoy your day!

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    1. Yes… temps were high here in NJ and guess whose AC didn’t work? Yep – ours. bummer…


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