Trend: Nautical Cards

Nautical motifs are one of our top trends of 2012. Add nautical flair to any project using elements found in these cards.

 

 

Design by Lindsay Fullington

A trio of directional brads plays center stage on this card. A striped background and patterned paper in nautical colors add fun accents. Twine wrapped around the brads adds a mapping element. An appropriate quote on the front make this card ready for an occasion.

SOURCES: Patterned paper: Fancy Pants Designs (red striped, red), GCD Studios (yellow). Brads: GCD Studios. Twine: Canvas Corp. Marker: Sharpie. Adhesive: Zots.

 

 

Design by Lindsay Fullington

Create a simple nautical card with lots of impact by using a bright and bold background. Patterned paper cut from similar colors and designs frame brads. A jute string adds a natural embellishment and breaks up the card.

SOURCES: Patterned paper: GCD Studios. Brads: Pebbles. Jute: Canvas Corp. Marker: Sharpie. Adhesive: Zots.

 

 

 

Design by Lindsay Fullington

A bright chipboard banner  hanging from jute adds a nautical element to a tone-on-tone card. Stamp a simple message in the white space.

SOURCES: Patterned paper: GCD Studios. Chipboard: Bella Blvd. Jute: Canvas Corp. Stamps: Studio G. Adhesive: Zots.

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. [...] for my card challenge. It’s a nautical card perfect for a summer greeting. Get more nautical card ideas here.  This picture helps me remember what supplies I used and can also document the kind of a card maker [...]