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Bribie Island

August 13, 2022

Today’s page shows off some photos from our holiday way back in January 2018 at Bribie Island with our youngest daughter’s three children. I printed my journaling onto Basic White card and then stamped the pelican and shell images from the Sunkissed stamp set. I used Sahara Sand & Basic Black Stampin’ Write Markers to add the ink. I also coloured the seashells using the Lights Crumb Cake Stampin’ Blend. I used the palm tree image and the umbrella image from the Sunkissed stamp set to decorate another two Basic White panel. I used the Stamparatus to stamp these images and inked each part of each stamp individually so that I could add more colour as necessary. I used Flirty Flamingo, Poppy Parade, Bermuda Bay, Smoky Slate and Sahara Sand Stampin’ Write Markers to colour the umbrella image. To colour the palm tree image I used Bermuda Bay, Sahara Sand, Early Espresso and Mossy Meadow Stampin’ Write Markers.

After I had done the stamping, I used a Blending Brush to add Coastal Cabana ink to the sky area and Sahara Sand ink to the sand area. I added a few birds to the sky on each panel using the image from the Let’s Set Sail stamp set using Memento Tuxedo ink. I attached the Basic White panels and three photos to Night of Navy card and then to a Basic White 12″ x 12″ page. I stamped the three shell images from the Friends are Like Seashells stamp set onto Basic White card using Sahara Sand ink. I used a Light Crumb Cake Stampin’ Blend to colour the largest shell, a Light Soft Sea Foam Stampin’ Blend to colour the middle sized shell and a Light Petal Pink Stampin’ Blend to colour the smallest shell. I cut out the images using the large die from the Seaside Seashells Dies. I also die cut Mossy meadow card using the same die from the Seaside Seashells Dies. I trimmed the die cut and layered the shells and seaweed onto the lower left hand corner of the Basic White page.

I love this layout and I am sure you will see me use it again. Simple but I love it.

Bye for now,


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