Good morning! I’m getting ready to head out to the airport, it’s time to head home. I have had such a marvelous time with Jeanne and looked forward to visiting with her again. Think road trip!

Before I call it a day on the computer, I have another Sneak Peek of one of the new sets from My Favorite Things. This set is called By the Seashore, but I had to give it my own little twist. She’s walking along a dirt path instead of the ocean.

By the Seashore

The image was colored with Copic Markers and then raised with mounting tape on the background panel. Both the background panel and the main image panel were sewn on the sewing machine. I had gone through Jeanne’s stash of paper, and found this adorable Memory Box paper and couldn’t resist cutting into it. I loved it so much that I had to purchase some right away. Jeanne is a bad influence – hehe! Anyhoo, I stamped one of the sentiments from the set on the bottom panel and added a little ribbon. Too much fun!

Stamps: By the Seashore from My Favorite Things

Paper: SU Real Red, Memory Box Homespun Collection, Georgia Pacific White

Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black, SU Basic Black

Accessories: Copic Ciao Markers, Ribbon, Swirl Clip, Mounting Tape, Sewing Machine

I’ll be back home in Indiana late tonight – so until tomorrow when I have some more fun images from Gina K. to share with you!

7 Responses to “Walkin’ Along!”

  1. It is absolutely perfect!

  2. Wow…this is a great card! Love the image and how you colored it…WONDERFUL!

  3. love your twist on the stamp set! Lovely card.

    Have a good journey home! Thanks for sharing all the good times.

  4. Oh, this is pretty! Doesn’t it make you just want to be there? I feel ready for summer after seeing this. Nice, Sherry!

  5. Another fabulous card Sherry.

  6. OMGosh, I just purchased that Memory Box Homespun paper pack today!! Adorable card, Sherry — love your coloring!

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