Even though I only spend a few days renting a condo on the beach each year, I always love every minute of it. This year the temperatures were in the freezing range when I was there in December, but I loved it just the same!
The places I have rented are always decked out to the nth degree in sea creatures and images of every nautical kind. I knew the Deep Sea Marlin Multi Step Clear Stamps would be a perfect fit for this seaside cabin. I mounted the small marlin on a wood plank oval and make a Salty Kisses plaque out of the sentiment. Outside the window is a sailboat headed in to dock for the night.
I love making inside-the-house-looking-out scenes. You may remember this one I made for my daughter-in-law for Mother's Day and this one I made for a dog-loving friend's winter birthday.
The designer paper I used for wallpaper for today's nautical design is from Ahoy There by Alisha Gordon & Kasie Fry for Carta Bella.
Kitchen Sink Stamps Used for this Scene Include:
Color Recipe for the Marlin
Layer 5 - Memento Danube Blue
Layer 4 - PTI Hawaiian Shores
Layer 3 - SU Going Gray on belly side only stamped 3 times
Layer 2 - SU Going Gray on belly side only
Layer 1 - PTI Soft Stone with SU Pineapple on the belly
The window die is by Poppy Stamps
Maria and Jeanne each have wonderful Kitchen Sink Stamps creations to share with you today. Don't miss a chance to see what delights they have designed.
Kitchensinkstamps' Weblog by Maria Colosimo,
the owner and creator of KSS
Nana loves stamping by Jeanne Frontz
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