We've got a lot of birthdays and anniversaries coming up in the next month or two, so, yeay, lots of excuses to make cards. : ) I've taken my 3 girls out yard saling a couple times this summer. Usually, one at a time, but this week I had all three. At one yard sale, there were several old SU! sets for $3 each!! I got three and my 7-year-old got one, but we are going to share. This seaside set was one of the ones I bought. Unfortunately, it didn't have the name on the box, so I don't know what it is. Anyway, I wanted to try the smackin' acetate challenge from Technique Time Tuesday and I thought this set would be perfect to create a beach scene. It was a bit tricky since I didn't want the colors to be where the chair was. So, I stamped the image on my Stamp-a-ma-jig sheet then flipped it over and pressed it against a scrap piece of cardstock (had to have the reverse image so it would work out right when I flipped the acetate over). Then I laid my piece of acetate over the image and used it as a guide as to where to color with the markers. Spritzed it with some water and then flipped it over onto my square of cardstock and there it was: a cool watercolored scene with a blank white space just perfect for stamping my chair onto. I added a little bit more green to the grass with my marker after I stamped the image to define the grass a bit more.