Friday, August 19, 2016

Sail Away with me Blog Hop


If the wind is right you can sail away and find tranquility...



Now that video should really set the mood for our trip across the water!  Sail away with us to view nautical creations of all kinds by our lovely line up of crafters.  Today's hop should be smooth sailing! I am the first stop so let's set sail!  Should you veer off course the first stop on your hop is Alicia and she can get you back in the right direction. 


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Theresa is giving away a $20 Stampin' Up Gift Certificate to one lucky winner AND
take 10% off any order placed through her (not available on website) by August 30th. 
Email her at scrapsbygracie AT gmail.com with your order. 

All you have to do to win this fabulous prize is comment on each of the blogs.
That's it! It really is easy.  
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Comment buttons can be found at the bottom of the post (on most of the blogs).
Now on with the hop!

I made these cards a while ago for a swap.  I made a few different versions.













Ingredients:
Creative Memories Hex punch
Stampin Up Hex stamps and thanks much sentiment
Quick Quotes Anchors Awiegh papers and chipboard
Quick Quotes Navy Blue Chalking ink
Stamplorations True North (sailboat)
Our Daily Bread Designs Smooth Sailing (sentiment)
Spellbinders deckled rectangle die
white card stock
misc anchor embellishments
misc ribbons



Your next destination is with Jearise .  We hope your enjoying your journey!

If the currents have drifted you can find the full line up here:

I would like to enter this in the following challenges:

http://jwscrapshack.blogspot.com/2016/08/ffc-152-anything-goes.html until 8/25x

http://craft-deebowz.blogspot.com/2016/08/august-challenge.html until 8/30x
Thanks so much for stopping by!

Alicia

14 comments:

  1. Alicia, I love every version! That sailboat image is really eye-catching. The sentiments on each of the sailboat cards are great! The last one is great inspiration piece for me...I jumped on the hexagon train when it became trendy and I have trouble figuring out how to use it. Thanks for hosting this hop. You did a fabulous job!

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  2. Love the hexagons and the colors. It was also nice to see the anchor charm used on a couple of the cards. It is really nice to add those details.

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  3. I love the hexagons and anchors! Thanks for hosting the hop!

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  4. Your cards are amazing! I love the anchor charm and the saying you used.

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  5. Beautiful colors and love that throw back to the Christopher Cross song. I like the way you layered your image over the hexagons!

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  6. All your cards are wonderful. I love the color choices and the stamping in navy blue. Where did you get such an adorable anchor?

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  7. Look at you busting out the CM punch! Awesome!! Just love the hexagons and your paper choice.

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  8. Super cute cards :) The hexagon punches make fr an excellent back drop for the card and love the little details and textures. Thanks for playing along with us over at Jo's Scrap Shack-Funday Friday Challenges
    Tina (DT)

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  9. Ooo . . . these are fabulous!! I LOVE the color combo and the addition of the charm is perfect!! Thanks for playing with Jo's Scrap Shack.

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  10. Oh this is a cool card. Great image used an I love the background you used. Thanks so much for entering your lovely card into our 'Anything Goes with a Handmade Bow' challenge at Craft-Dee BowZ this month. I look forward to seeing what you create for our next challenge. Hugs, Barbara

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  11. Love Love Love this card. The hexagons, the colors, the ship everything. Great Job. Thank you for joining us for Funday Friday over at Jo's Scrap Shack

    Amanda (DT)

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