All right, that was the personal stuff, on to some fun news. Today I am happy to show you a sneak peek of one of the super cool new stamp sheets that Innovative Stamp Creations (ISC)
is going to release on Monday. Since it is the middle of summer Betsy, the owner of ISC has chosen a real fun and absolutely calming beach scene. It is called "Picturesque" and is absolutely gorgeous. I had a little of a hard time with it at first as I STILL don't have any decent markers but I made it work (at least I think so, so if you have a chance let me know what you think, all right?). We were given some DP by Little Yellow Bicycle and had to work with it so I've tried to incorporate as much of it as possible so why don't you see for yourself
Enjoy the stillness......
Paper: Base SU Buckaroo Blue all other papers used are Designer Paper by Little Yellow Bicycle LYP)
Stamp: ISC Picturesque (available on Monday!!!!))
Ink: Memento Cocoa for the sentiment, water based markers in shades of blue, green, yellow and brown for the coloring in of the stamp.
Accessories: LYP Buckle which I changed from yellow to the orange by using Tim Holtz Alcohol inks in orange and caramel, white mini brads, tiny blue buttons and flower shapes ghost shape by Heidi Swapp. (the flower shape ghost shape looked like a starfish of sort so I changed the color to more of a orange/brown, dimensionals, glue dots, Sakura glaze pen for giving the waves a little more real feel (sorry but the glaze pen does not photograph very well).
Did I get you interested in this wonderful set? Well, you just have to wait until Monday to buy it or better yet, in honor of Innovative Stamp Creations 6th Birthday we are having something fun planned for you, check this out
So, starting on Monday the 13th until Wednesday the 15th you have the chance on winning 2 FREE, yep, you've heard right. That is 2 free stamp sheet by ISC. Come on back on Monday to find out more and what you'll have to do to win.
That is it for the sneak peeking today. Make sure you'll go on and check out the other ISC Creative Architects, which are listed on my sidebar. It will blow off your socks!!! Let me tell you those girls have rocked this one.
Thanks so very much for stopping by, I have noticed that a few of you are giving up on me, which is sad to see for me, but I will keep on posting.
ooooh!! I love how you stamped and lightly colored the image on the DP! So very soft and pretty!! This is paired so nicely with this DP too! Great use of that buckle...had fits with mine, but finally made it work. LOL!! This is just perfect, Sabrina!!
you did really well despite your doubts about the buckle and stamp......now this stamp I took to like 'watah' as I am an ocean lover....I love the light quality of your colors.....very serene and soft
Oh I just lost my post! Trying again here...
Sabrina I love your sneak peek! What a wonderful new stamp... so inviting and serene! Love the papers you paired it with too!
So sorry you are having so much trouble with your migraines! I KNOW how much pain they are! Sending prayers and hugs!!!
Sabrina! This turned out awesome - I love how you colored the stamp! and the little ghost starfish is so fun!! Had so much fun hanging out the other day...next time I'm bringing my copics! :) Big hugs!
Hallo Sabrina!!! Sorry das du immer noch mit deiner Migraene zu kaempfen hast!!! I glaube du must umziehen am besten hier nach Statesboro - LOL!!! Das Klima is viel besser hier - LOL!!!
Anyway - your card is gorgeous - I really like this new image - so scerene and peaceful looking!!! It reminds me of the beach area down on Tybee Island!!!
Take good care of yourself!!! Hugs ~S~
This is so wonderful, Sabrina! I love the water color look you have and that bold stripe bg really stands out.
Hi Sabrina, I have just discovered your blog through Grace's - and am thrilled to have found you!! I love this seaseide scene - I will enjoy following you...lots to see and learn along the way! God bless you Sabrina!!
Your beach scene is beautiful. I love the navy and red accents you have put on. Keep up the great work.
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