Tuesday, 21 July 2020

Gone Fishing from the A Day At The Beach Collection by Daisy Mae

Hi folks

Yesterday I shared a cute card which I made using the My Mobile Home stamp set which is part of the new A Day at the Beach Collection by Daisy Mae.

Today I have another card I have made.  This time I used the Gone Fishing stamp set to stamp up and colour this fabulous beach hut.

I used a selection of my Spectrum Noir Classique Alcohol Marker Pens to colour in the various elements.

Again, the nostalgic vibe of this collection has left me hankering for some time by the sea.  Maybe I will be brave enough once this lockdown life returns to normal.

Until then, I will enjoy my downtime playing with more stamps from this lovely new Daisy Mae collection, illustrated by Clare Rowlands, the lady behind the brand.

Thanks for stopping by.   Please pop back.

Bye for now and ............................"happy crafting everybody!".

Linda xx
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