Tuesday, April 22, 2014

High Tide GIVEAWAY= Artisan WOW

Welcome back to Artisan Wednesday WOW! We have an extra special GIVEAWAY for you this week! This High Tide Product Suite in the 2014 Occasions Catalog had me at AHOY!  I was able to make a whole set of baby boy nautical projects with the High Tide Designer Series Paper and the Hello, Sailor Stamp Set. You can do the same! Do not miss the boat, you can win these great products right here!

On this card: I just ran lines with my Calypso Coral Stampin' Up Write Marker across the card base. I used the Circle Collection Framelits to cut my life preserver shape. To get the stamp images to line up, use your Stamp-a-ma-jig!
This is the Mini Muslin Bag! I took out the drawstring and hot glued the ribbons onto the bag. Now it is a mini tote gift bag! 
I took the Burlap Ribbon and wreath base from the Burlap and Blooms Simply Created Wreath Kit to use here. The flowers were used on other project to share soon! I used the Banner Framelits Dies to make the banner across my wreath. 
 This boat was actually free standing but then I decided to add it to the wreath. See the sail mast? That is a rolled piece of the High Tide DSP!  I used the Circle Collection Framelits Dies to make the bottom of the boat. Cut a simple triangle with the DSP and Whisper White cardstock and cut a slit for the mast to go thru. The Bitty Banners Framelits Dies helped finish off the top and name plate.
More Banner Framelits Dies with this great High Tide DSP make a great layered thank you card!  I used two of the Hello Sailor Stamp Set images all together with the Lots of Thanks Stamp Set.
Thanks for stopping by! I hope this inspires you to try the High Tide Suite before time runs out!
Cindy
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77 comments:

kilroy said...

Great projects. I especially love the wreath.

*Jane Lee* said...

So clever!! I love this stamp set and paper so much!

Brenda Tucker said...

You can never have too many sailor stamps! Brenda

Jessica Brigden said...

Love the nautical themed projects! That DSP is one of my favorites.

Jeanie said...

I've been on the fence about the stamp set and DSP for a while now, but you've convinced me I have to have them! Love the wreathe especially! Thank you for the inspiration.

Makalah said...

I like the banners on your card to show off the paper and your wreath, especially the boat, is so so creative!

Alanna said...

This whole entire set truly makes me happy! I wish I could win but I'd want to win your creations, they are so perfect! .. every single element! Fabulous job Cindy!

Tinabobina99 said...

You've done so much with this! Thanks a bunch.

Anonymous said...

So cute! A wonderful theme for a baby boy shower! Now I got to have this set The wreath is the best!

Kim Quade said...

I love all of the projects, but am specially wowed by the muslin bags. I have a stack of these and am always looking for creative ways to use them.

Darlene Whalley said...

Beautiful! i especially like the wreath

Meredith245 at yahoo dot com said...

My favorite part of the post is the cute tote bag.

Jan Carlson said...

Love your creativity! I really love the wreath and the little sail boat on it. TFS!!

Beth Martin said...

Nautical, and nice! What clever projects - the wreathe would be an adorable welcome-home gift for a baby boy & mama!

Rhea Skomorowski said...

That mini tote bag is super adorable!

Christie Weist said...

Ahoy it's a Boy is so clever, I would never have thought to do that!! This set would be a fabulous addition to my stamp collection!

Tracy Elsom said...

I just love the mini tote with the ribbon striped embellishment

Kymberley M said...

I totally love your mini muslin tote bag! Gorgeous !!

Charlene Gillingham said...

I absolutely love your little sailboat!!!

Joanne Wragg said...

Lovin the burlap wreath, fabulous for a themed party

Anonymous said...

I love the idea of taking the drawstring out of the bag. Clever!
-Brenda

Anonymous said...

I love your idea of taking the drawstring out of the bag. Clever!
-Brenda

Rashelle Kennett said...

Love how you combined the wreath with this stamp set and paper. So clever and a great example of the many ways possible to use the wreath!

Shannon B said...

Lovely suite of projects! I especially love your life preserver "frame" and boat mast. Must. CASE.

Amy Williams said...

I love your wreath and the way that you used the circle framelits to create the life saver ring! So clever!

Michelle Hogan said...

I love the complete ensemble. Lovely design and color combo. You are very talented.

Melanie Numsen said...

Love love love the wreath! would love to create it and hang it up at our cottage! Beautiful projects

Jo McClain said...

I love every single one of your projects - they are all so creative and out of the box. You took the nautical theme all the way home!

Unknown said...

Love the wreath, so fun!

Linda Callahan said...

You rocked the nautical theme for sure! Love the mini tote!

Anonymous said...

LOVE your banner on the lifesaver!!! it is so coool

Late Blooming said...

Well, I have a birthday card to make for my uncle who wishes he had a sail boat. this would be perfect.

rosemarie calpin said...

very clever idea to turn the muslin bag into a tote. will be using that one... what a fun boy baby set! hoping the wide ribbon reappears in the new catalog.

Anonymous said...

Cute project. Thanks for a chance to win!
Wilda
mwcogar@yahoo.com

Jerlann Sitton said...

Love the little bag! Great way of wrapping ribbon. Thank you for sharing your talents with all of us.

Sherry said...

Love the projects

Carol Carriveau said...

Darling idea for a new baby boy; however, when I first saw your projects, I was thinking of my husband's upcoming birthday...how fun to make the wreath and card....and a bag for a small gift! Thank you for the great inspiration!

Debbie Patrick said...

Such great ideas. The wreath would be so cute in a little boy's room.

Jo Anne Hewins said...

I do love that DSP. Good idea to use the striped straw on the sail boat.

Becky C said...

I love the inventive ideas and I actually have several friends having baby boys and would love this prize to make cards for their showers :) Thanks for sharing!

Marsha Stehle said...

What great projects!! I love this stamp set and the DSP. Thanks for the chance to win!

Stampingcountry said...

Adorable! I especially like the burlap wreath.

Super Jen said...

You make it look so easy!

Sandra said...

What's not to love here!!

Serena said...

Fabulous projects! Love the wreath!

Barbara V said...

Awesome projects Cindy...as always! I especially love the muslin bag!!

Barbara V said...

Awesome projects Cindy...as always! I especially love the muslin bag!!

Mary Smallwood said...

Love your projects!! I don't know why i didnt get this set!

Martha Inchley said...

Super cute! I love the colour scheme with the burlap ribbon! TFS

binstampin said...

Love this set! Well done!.

Dana & Glen said...

Amazingly creative! That sailboat is too cute!

Brenna said...

I love how you made a project suite for new baby announcements and such, such a great idea!!! thks for sharing!!
brenna

Brenda H. said...

Cute projects! Thanks for sharing!

Unknown said...

I love the entire ensemble! With a hubby who was in the Navy, and two sons, this theme is right up my alley! Love the life saver ring.

Mary C. said...

I was holding out to see if this suite would make it to the new catty. Would love a chance to win...

Marcy Stamps said...

I just love the colors of that DSP paper, it wouldn't sit long if I won it. What a cute project you made.

Marcy Stamps said...

I just love the colors of that DSP paper, it wouldn't sit long if I won it. What a cute project you made.

Patty Coone said...

Love that sailboat...cant wait to make one...sure hope I win 😉

NIU Art Dept. Studio Office said...

I LOVE all of the items in your ensemble! I love the clever ways in which you used the items in the kit. They're SO cute! Thank you for sharing!

KimB said...

Your nautical wreath is a real eye catcher Cindy, the boat is a very cute touch.

Marlo D said...

I've been looking at this suite for awhile and your projects have convinced me I need the set! I especially like the 'ahoy, it's a boy' sentiment you used

Babe O'Mara said...

Love the wreath. Great job on all the projects.

Mary Davidson said...

WOW! What a fantastic collection! I love the wreath! I love all the projects! thanks for inspiring!

Heather Arsenault said...

Very cute ensemble! TFS.

Anonymous said...

love the way you made this! you have a gift of creativity! thanks for the chance to win some goodies!

Anonymous said...

love the way you made this! you have a gift of creativity! thanks for the chance to win some goodies! Andrea H

Marjeen said...

Love all the projects and ideas.

Kay Cogbill said...

I love how you repurposed the muslin bag. When I saw it on Pinterest, I thought it was a full sized tote bag!!

Anonymous said...

What a great project! Love this set

Elizabeth Barnes said...

What great projects!

Anonymous said...

love how you made a whole gift set! what a lucky boy! ~lisa

Catherine Joy Stockley said...

OBSESSED with that wreath girl - way to go !! Cheers

Lisa Harlow said...

Love the banner on the wreath, so cute:)

Britney Vanderlaan said...

I love how you used these products to create something awesome!!

Kathryn said...

The banner/wreath is so adorable! And I love the way you turned the little mini muslin bag into a cute little gift bag by gluing the ribbons on it! Thanks so much for sharing your talents and creativity with us!

Bonnie Russell said...

I really love your wreath and all of your projects. The blue ribbon you used really sets off your wreath and makes it pop with color. Thanks for sharing your creativity.
Bonnie R.

irishgalkelly said...

What a wonderful set and full of ideas! I love how you made the life preserver and the simple muslin bag. Your sailboat is adorable to! Great inspiration!