Monday, July 15, 2013

Clearly Digi Stamps July Release

Hello!  It's time for the Clearly Digi Stamps July I am working with 2 new sets..."Seashells" and "Tweet Hello".

I've kept my first card clean and simple.  The sentiment is printed on CS, die cut, and layered on another die cut.  The seashells are colored, fussy cut, and popped up.  I've added a contrasting strip that I have crinkled for some texture, along with some twine and a smattering of pearls.

Image/Sentiment: Seashells
Ink: Printer
Paper: SU! Confetti White, Baja Breeze, Buckaroo Blue, and Peach Parfait
Embellies: Spare Parts Pearls, Twine (my stash)
Extras: Prismas/Goo Gone, Spellbinder's Nestabilities, The Paper Studio Sticky Doos

For my second card, I've printed both the image and sentiment on a CS panel.  The image is colored with pencils, the panel is distressed, mounted, and adhered to the card base.  I've added some distressed banners, ribbon, and Swarovski flat backs to finish the card.

Image/Sentiment: Tweet Hello
Ink: Printer
Paper: PTI Vintage Cream, Dark Chocolate, and Harvest Gold, Echo Park DP
Embellies: SU! Chocolate Chip Grosgrain Ribbon, Swarovski Flatback Crystals in "Smokey Topaz"
Extras: Prismas/Crayolas/Goo Gone

I hope you will check out the July releases at Clearly Digi Stamps, along with the DT's creations!  Thank you for stopping by!



Amy said...

Both are lovely, but the first is my fave, it's so pretty and tranquil. Love the banners on the second. TFS!

pst said...

Two beautiful cards. I especially like the sea theme with the rope, the text and the shells on the first card and the layout of the second card.
Hugs, Petra

Doreen said...


Linda Palmer said...

Beautiful cards. I really like the sea shells the best just because I love the ocean and shells and love seeing cards with them. The birdhouse is a cutie!

Jessi Fogan said...

what a gorgeously summery card that first one is! Love the smatter of pearls to go with :) And the layout of the second is super fun!

Kathy said...

Both of these are so sweet. Love the beachy theme of the first one and the birdhouse is darling, too.