Pretty Lighthouse Encouragement Card Featuring the High Tide Stamp Set

Know someone who needs some encouragement? This pretty handmade lighthouse card with a message of hope is a great way to let them know you care!

This week I have been featuring the High Tide stamp set. Earlier in the week I shared how I used it to make stamped cork coasters. Today, I want to show you how to use it to make an encouragement card.

We all go through rough times in life. Sometimes it can be very comforting just to know that someone is thinking about you. A handmade card can be the perfect way to do that!

I made this card for a family member who is going through a rough time right now. I just wanted to let her know that I care and was praying for her.

Creatively Homemade Supplies Needed

Supplies used to create this Lighthouse card:

    High Tide Stamp SetHigh Tide Stamp SetStampin TrimmerStampin TrimmerBlooms & Bliss Designer Series PaperBlooms & Bliss Designer Series PaperCrumb Cake CardstockCrumb Cake Cardstock5/85/8″ Burlap RibbonSponge DaubersSponge DaubersSnail AdhesiveSnail AdhesiveMini Glue DotsMini Glue DotsStampin' DimensionalsStampin’ DimensionalsInk Pads in Black, Island Indigo, Crushed Curry, Smoky Slate, and Crumb Cake,Ink Pads in Black, Island Indigo, Crushed Curry, Smoky Slate, and Crumb Cake,

     

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    Know someone who needs some encouragement? This pretty handmade lighthouse card with a message of hope is a great way to let them know you care!

    Cut the paper

    • Crumb Cake Cardstock:  8-1/2″ X 5-1/2″ (Score at 4-1/4″ to make an A2 card)
    • Blue patterned paper: 5-1/4″ X 4″
    • Crumb Cake: 5″ X 3-3/4″  (tear on all edges)

    Stamping

    • Using Smoky Slate ink, stamp the detailed lighthouse stamp once on a piece of scrap paper.  Then without re-inking, stamp again on your torn Crumb Cake layer.
    • Using Island Indigo ink, stamp the top lighthouse stamp once on a piece of scrap paper.  Then without re-inking, stamp again lining up with the first lighthouse image you stamped.  Since this is a photopolymer stamp that you can see through, it is pretty easy to do this.
    • Using Crushed Curry ink, stamp the lighthouse beam once on a piece of scrap paper.  Then without re-inking, stamp again lining up with the top of the lighthouse.  Repeat the process for the beam on the other side.
    • Using Basic Black ink, stamp the sentiment over top of the lighthouse image.
    • Use a sponge dauber and Crumb Cake ink to sponge the torn edges of this layer.

    Assemble the card

    • Adhere the patterned paper to the card base.
    • Cut a 4″ piece of burlap ribbon, angling the ends.  Use glue dots to adhere it to the middle of the card.
    • Using Stampin Dimensionals, adhere the stamped layer to your card.

    Pin this handmade lighthouse encouragement card for later:

    I hope you have enjoyed this lighthouse card tutorial.  If you are interested in adding the High Tide stamp set to your stamp library, you can purchase it here.

    Do you love lighthouses? If so, be sure to check out the rest of my lighthouse craft ideas. So tell me…  Have you made any lighthouse crafts lately?  If so, leave me a comment and tell me about it.  I would love to hear from you!

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