Sunday, 3 July 2016

July at Stamping Sensations

Good Morning! It is the first Sunday of the Month and time for a new Challenge over at Stamping Sensations! This month our theme is
********Anything goes with a stamp and ribbons********
 I used my ink dusters to create the scene above.  All stamps are from Inkylicious and the inks were Memento Dandelion, Cantaloupe and Rosebud, oh yes, and Tuxedo black of course! The finishing touch is a luxurious black satin ribbon The usual rules apply, you can enter up to three times, combine with other challenges, use any make of stamp......but can I please remind you we are a stamping challenge and stamping must be the focal/predominant element of your work
Our sponsors this month are Crafty Ribbons who have supplied this wonderful prize for us to offer to you.
 

 Do pop over to the challenge blog and take a look at all the fantastic creations by my lovely teamies. Also please say a big welcome to our new Teamie, Marlies. There are some stunning DT cards again this month! Hope you get the chance to join in and I'll look forward to seeing all your lovely creations!
Oh, yes, and if you aren't too busy today do try and catch one of the Be Creative shows on Hochanda - they have some great gadgets to help with all your crafting! 

22 comments:

brenda said...

As always a beautifully tranquil scene Sally and the water looks awesome and that Helene Keller quote is a favourite of mine.

B x

Helen said...

what a beautiful card, Sally and a lovely sentiment.

Valerija said...

What a beautiful card. Love your wonderful scene and sentiment.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Gorgeous sentiment, another for my wish list. Beautiful card.

pinky said...

What a beautiful scene you have created Sally, wish I was there now!!

Fliss said...

Wow! This is an absolute stunner Sally! Such beautiful colours and a really beautiful scenic creation.
Sorry it's been so long since I was here, my job troubles to blame and I start a new one next week so hopefully normal service will resume very soon.
Fliss xx

cuilliesocks said...

This is so beautiful Sally, your colouring is awesome and what a lovely sentiment, and you've got trees too, can't go wrong, love it, Kate x

Mrs A. said...

I could sit and look at this card forever and not grow tired of the gorgeous scene you have created. This is fabulous. I have a swap coming up which is requiring some odd colours to go together so me thinks my brayer/.ink dusters will need to surface to make a scene type card. Hugs Mrs A.

Joan said...

Lovely serene scene Sally, beautiful card

Joan

Jo said...

Such a beautiful, peaceful scene you've created and lovely words too
hugs Jo x

Marlies said...

A gorgeous card Sally! You've created a fantastic scenery with a lovely sentiment. The water looks fantastic! hugs, Marlies

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Such a stunning scene Sally, the water looks fantastic (something I always struggle with).

Sue xx

Anke said...

WOW WOW WOW absolutely stunning, Sally. I love your card !!!

Hugs
Anke

Daffodil Cards said...

What an AMAZING scene you have created, such gorgeous colours and effects and the ribbon makes it so special.
Faith
x

Carola Bartz said...

I so love the warm colors in this card. This is simply delicious!

Wies said...

Beautiful scene with warm colors and nice words.

SARN said...

Another inky sensation of a card Sally. I love that sentiment (and luckily, I own it too!).

Hugs, Sandra Take a peek at my blog

Lynne K said...

Absolutely gorgeous scene, Sally! Your shading of the sun is amazing, it looks so natural. Just looking at your blog candy post, I can't believe it's getting on for 8 years since we started blogging! Had a look back at some of our early posts, and it's very interesting to compare what we did then with the sort of things we are doing now! x

Dora said...

Hello Sally,
What a fantastic card. stunning scene with these colours.
This is really beautiful to see.

Annelies said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Tracy said...

Hi
A superb creation with such beautiful details.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Tina Z. said...

wow, this is amazing, I have to try this technique once!