Today’s I want to show you the Sailing Home stamp set. It’s really a lovey set, it’s good for anyone who likes sailing or the ocean; it makes a good guy card, and the main sentiment is so encouraging. “Let Hope Be Your Anchor” is a saying that can help people who are in many difficult situations. It’s based on a Bible verse that says “We have this as a sure and steadfast anchor of the soul…” Here’s a video tutorial of how I made today’s card.

We all know how to make this into a card for a guy, so I created a card more for a girl. This card uses the beautiful In Colors Rococo Rose and Seaside Spray. I just LOVE these two colors!! They’re soft and pretty and look great together.

This is a cling stamp set with 5 sentiments and 7 images, including a really cool lighthouse that I plan to use soon!

The Whisper White Flax Ribbon here was pulled apart to create individual pieces that can be used in other ways. To get it started, cut a 5″ piece of the flax ribbon. Hold it horizontally in front of you. Cut off the top thread of the section using Paper Snips. Then begin to pull off the remaining threads individually, and use them as you wish. Here they are looped and attached to the back of the starburst circle with Stampin’ Dimensionals.


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