Saturday, June 20, 2015

HAPPY 5th BIRTHDAY SCRAPPY MOM STAMPS!!!!

Hello Crafters~

HAPPY 5th BIRTHDAY SCRAPPY MOM STAMPS!!!!


I'm so excited that today I'm one of the Design Team members that has one of the two secret words for the Scrappy Moms Stamps birthday giveaway. 

I will give the secret word after I share a card I made using a sentiment from the newly released Anchors Away stamp set.  :)

I'm not a sailor so I don't know how to tie any nautical type knots so I went on line and watched a YouTube video to figure out how to tie this knot.  Thought it added a different element to my card.  More details regarding this card are listed under the card recipe below. 



Card Recipe:
  • Sentiment from Scrappy Moms Stamps "Anchors Away" stamp set.
  • Card Base is 5-1/2" x 5-1/2"
  • Corners rounded with EX Success 1" corner rounder.
  • Pattern paper is from the Carta Bella - Ahoy There 6"x6"  paper pad that I bought at the Scrapbook Expo. 
  • Boat is from a company that is no longer in business. 

Ok... I think I've tortured you enough...Are you ready for my secret word??

The secret word is "STAMP"!

Be sure to visit today's other Secret Word Design Team Member Corri and then go to Scrappy Moms Stamps blog and leave a comment with both secret words on today's post (6/20/15) for a chance to win today's prize of the day. 

Scrappy Moms Stamps is also having a buy 3 get 1 free sale for their birthday.   Sale ends June 28, 2015.    See the Scrappy Moms Stamps, Friday, June 19th post for details.

Thanks for stopping by.
Happy Crafting!
TTFN
Debby





 





23 comments:

  1. The Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow Fan in me likes this card with the Boat. Too bad the company is not in business; I'd like to have the boat. Especially like the rope. Clever to watch youtube to tie the rope.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. Love this card1 The knotted rope, the sail on the fabulous boat, the waves, paper and sentiment - all perfect!

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  3. Love your card. Love the papers and the knot adds to the card. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Love the card...the sailboat is too adorable! I just purchased my first SM stamps ever and I can't believe I hadn't heard of them before.

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  5. FAB!!! Super cute use of the twine!

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  6. FAB!!! Super cute use of the twine!

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  7. Your nautical card is adorable! I love how you knotted the "rope." Thanks for the secret word!

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  8. Wonderful card!! Love the boat and that great knotted rope!!! Love the pattern papers too. :)

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  9. Awesome card! I love the boat and the way you knotted up the twine...super cool! Fun design!
    Sherrie K

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  10. Fabulous card! The knotted rope is my favorite element you added but I also love the gorgeous papers you used!

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  11. Oh Debby that is the coolest card....the papers are just perfect and I love the cute rope....fabulous!! Xx

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  12. Awesome card!! I love it.

    Leslie

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  13. Super cute card, gr8t job on that knot, way to rock a card!!

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  14. Another fabulous card...love the papers and your added knot...awesome, tfs

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  15. Fantastic card! Thank you for the secret word!!!

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  16. Oh WOW!!! This card is AWESOME Debby!! LOVE the Know you made and just the whole boat scene... very cool & Masculine! Have a crafty day! :)

    Theresa
    Scrappers Anonymous

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  17. Cute, especially with that knot.

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  18. Cute, especially with that knot.

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  19. A fantastic and fun card!! AWESOME job my friend!! I really LOVE this!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting With Creative M

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  20. This is awesome!! I love how you added that knot!! Hugs!!

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  21. Thank you so much for sharing these stamps dear. I am very grateful to you for sharing them here. Anyway, I am also planning a small get-to-gather at SF event venues. Can you help me with few decoration ideas please?

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