Style Watch: Simply Nautical Stationery Nautical inspired stationery Share I’ve always been a fan of “nautical.” I love stripes and if I could, I would totally wear a sailor’s hat. Pretty sure that gets you nothing but strange looks from other people, though. Today, I’m putting my love of nautical down on paper with a few simple projects using some of Clear & Simple Stamp nautical themed products. Nothing terribly complicated, but I do think it packs quite a punch for gift giving or sending thank you notes. First up is a set that I think is fun and unique: Nautical Flags The nautical flags card is certainly traditional in it’s color scheme, so to give you some options, I thought something a little more modern was in order. For this ensemble I went with aqua, which is a favorite crafting color of mine. Are you in the mood for nautical now? If you could go for a little more inspiration, check out THIS post from the Damask Love archives! Keep on crafting with these other posts Free Printable Stationery DIY Striped Nautical Tote Bag Patriotic Painted DIY Jeans Post navigation ← 12 Months of Martha: DIY Nautical JewelryVintage Floral Jewelry with Martha Stewart → 14 thoughts on “Style Watch: Simply Nautical Stationery” Beautiful, Amber – I am feeling the urge to produce something “nautical” today! Merci, for the “push”, and huge appreciation for demonstrating the banner technique 😀 Reply Anything nautical is right up my sealane (groan). Thanks for the tip on making curved banners…how come when you do it it looks so easy? Reply Love your creations, girl!! Hope all is well with you…. Reply The bent banner technique is great! Will definitely be doing this. Reply Oooh, can’t wait to try the bent banner technique! Smartie girl, you are!!! Reply Love the easy bent banner. And the stamped muslin bag is fantastic! Reply I adore the banner and will have to try it this weekend. Thanks! Do you have any tips on keeping images crisp when you stamp? I’ve tried hybrid inks several times and they seem to bleed. Then I tried less ink and while it didn’t bleed, it was pretty wash out. So sad! Any tips would be awesome! Reply Thanks Amber for all your great step by step inspiring blog posts. I don’t know how you get time to create all these and work too! The banner idea is terrific. I am really enjoying all the information in your blog lately. I wonder have you considering putting some of these into a book? I am the old fashioned type who loves perusing a beautiful and inspiring craft book and having all those great ideas handy. Reply Thanks for the great tip on the bent banner! Reply Aren’t you running out of friends to give gifts to?? :):):) Beautiful. Oh, Tanja S., what a great idea – a book!!!!!!! Reply Great tip how to make the banner. gonna try this immediately! Reply Just stumbled upon your website, Love it, can’t wait to try it out. I was wondering where you purchased your little pouches? Thanks! Reply Pingback: truebluemeandyou: DIY Ribbon Banner Tutorial from Damask Love… | DIY Glory Pingback: - DIY Christmas Crafts Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.