More Waves of the Ocean
Welcome back, my friends! I am so excited that you can order the Waves of the Ocean Collection now! The Waves of Inspiration Stamp Set and Waves Dies can be bundled to save 10% – and you can enjoy them even after the promotion ends on May 2, 2022, because it’s a Stampin’ Up!® Annual Catalog Early Release. Sadly, however, you will not be able to order the beautiful Blue Foils Specialty Paper, the Waves of the Ocean Designer Series Paper (DSP) or the Rhinestone Waves Basic Jewels after May 2. I say, “sadly,” because these products are amazing.
Here’s another card I made with this collection,
Look at that beautiful DSP behind the Night of Navy Foil! I opened it when Amelia was here, and she wanted every single sheet. It just makes me feel like I’m at the beach.
I die-cut the opening from the foil, then backed it with a piece of the DSP. The card base is Coastal Cabana.
Next, I stamped the pelican in Early Espresso Classic Ink and colored it with Stampin’ Blends. Actually, I think I only colored the bird’s beak. I die-cut it with the Waves Dies, then added it to the front of the card.
I used one of the tags from the Waves Dies to cut the sentiment piece from Granny Apple Green Cardstock. Then I stamped using Night of Navy Classic Ink, looped a bit of Denim Ribbon from the January-June Mini Catalog through one of the openings, and added it to the front of the card behind the pelican.
The birds are die-cut from the Blue Foils Paper. I used silver, of course. The foils come in Coastal Cabana, Night of Navy, and Silver – and you get two sheets of each!
Finally, I added a few of the Rhinestone Waves Basic Jewels to the card. These come in three different sizes and three colors – Coastal Cabana, Night of Navy, and Pacific Point. So fun!
You can order part or all of the collection. Be order soon, because the DSP, Specialty Paper, Rhinestones, and complete collection are only available While Supplies Last!
Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!
A beautiful card! This whole suite is just gorgeous 🙂
Thank you, Deborah! And, yes – I love everything in that suite!