Sunday, 15 April 2012

Bon Voyage

Hi everybody! Just had fun making this card - was trying to get the feel of an elegant cruise liner in the 1920s/30s.
The stamp is called 'Backward Glance' - don't know the manufacturer. I embossed it in Blue Pearl EP. The two papers are from the Cosmo Cricket Salt Air collection and I cut the liner out from this same set. I made the circle of words on my PC and printed it onto coloured cardstock - cs is a paler aqua green in real life.
I'd like to enter this for:
Papertake Weekly Water, water everywhere.
Artful Times Sea of Greens
Poodles Parlour Going round in circles
Glitter Geeks Nautical  

15 comments:

  1. Lovely card Marina, so elegant. Thanks for joining us at Glitter Geeks this week!

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  2. Brilliant theme for your card Marina, thanks for joining us this week over at Artful Times

    Sam xxx

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  3. Hi
    I have that stamp and the name has escaped me but I believe it is a Canadian company.
    Beautiful card.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  4. Beautiful card, i love your use of colours, it looks so elegant! Thanks for joining us at Glitter Geeks this week, Paula :))

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  5. Love the timeless art deco feel to your card :)
    Thank you for sharing with us at Artful Times
    Von x☻x

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  6. Thank you for joining us in our Circle challenge at Poodles Parlour with your great card. Love your choice of image and LO

    Good luck

    Sylvia x

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  7. Beautiful card. Thanks for joining us @ The Poodles Parlour. Good Luck.
    Hugs

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  8. Great card and the colours re just right for a cruise lol

    xxx

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  9. Great card, love the soft colour palette thanks for joining us at the glitter geeks this week, Nelly x

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  10. Lovely card! Thank you for sharing at Papertake Weekly and good luck with the challenge. Judy GDT x

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  11. Thanks for joining us at Artful Times with this very elegant card. Sea of Green seems very appropriate for this card and it is so topical with the Titanic at the moment. Love that lady, perfect.
    Hugs, Neet xx

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  12. Gorgeous card, would look perfect in Hercule Poirots office :) Thanks for joining us at The Glitter Geeks this week, Carol x

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  13. Love your creation - the colours are so 'oceanly'! Thanks for sharing with us Glitter Geeks this week!
    hugs,
    Pauline

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  14. Brilliant card - the papers and the images work so well together :) - thankd for joining the Glitter Geeks challenge this week x

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  15. I love this card - the layout is really nice. It looks like an advert from the 1920s something very Hollywood! Cxx

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