Saturday, March 22, 2014

Three Anchors

Spring is here!  Last weekend, it got rather warm, 95 degrees! And the next morning we had a small earthquake.  I've heard this time is year is called Earthquake Season.  Really?

I really like the nautical look.  I am playing this week with Clean&Simple 285 sketch inspiration.  I am also applying this with the challenge in Less is More 164.  They require the entry have three of something and to comment on three other participants.  I agree with them, it's always nice to receive comments.  I try to leave comments frequently and visit new blogs.  

Thanks for stopping by!  And leave a comment if you please ;)

"Less is More"


  1. love the boldness of this card.. could be masculine..

  2. Traci what a super stylish card!
    Thanks so much for joining us at LIM
    LIM Guest commenter

  3. Love your take on the LIM challenge. I like that you used the red base and I adore sequins and these are placed perfectly x

  4. That sketch is just perfect for the LIM challenge and that was smart of you to "see" it, Traci! The three anchors against that brilliant red are very striking!! Hugs, Darnell

  5. Super fun card!! Nice take on this weeks sketch!

  6. This is great Traci, Really love the boldness of this card. All things nautical appears to be really 'in' just now and this card fits the bill perfectly :-) xx

  7. Love the red colour and with Nautical look... so lovely!!! LIM Kimberly :)

  8. I must apologise for my lack of comments over the past few weeks whilst I was on holiday in Australia, but hopefully things should be back to normal now!
    This is the anchors!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  9. Oh this is just as lovely as can be! May I ask who the maker of this anchor is - if it's a die cut or a stamp? Thanks so much!
    Kelly @

    1. Kelly, thank you for the compliment. It's a stamp and die from Lawn Fawn. I am in love with this set, that has a sailboat and lifesaver too! I listed the set under the posting. You can click on the Lawn Fawn stamp set and it takes you to Simon Says Stamp and you can see the set nice and big. Traci

      PS: I love your blog. So I became a follower!