You are free to interpret this a you would like - human, animal, fun, formal, romantic or not! The choice is yours - but we do want to see two together! I've gone for a fishy, fun take for my card - but it's romantic at heart!!
Stamps: Pink Petticoat - Fish Free with Papercraft Essentials; Waltzingmouse - Half Pint Heroes, Fancy Phrases, Compact Family
Inks: Distress - Tumbled Glass, Broken China, Faded Jeans, Salty Ocean, Mowed Lawn, Picked Raspberry; Memento - Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Promarkers - various; Card from stash
This is a little card 3" x 4¼" - just right to show off these sweet fishes!! I started off by making the ocean background, blending various shades of blue distress inks. Then I splashed on drops of water - distress inks react with water creating this lovely blotchy effect. To create the illusion of depth I randomly stamped seaweed and fish in the ocean. I used my stamp-a-ma-jig to position the sentiment and the two big fish. I also stamped the big fish onto white card and coloured them with promarkers and then carefully cut out the various layers. Those hearts are tiny, tiny!! A fun card for a couple - could be for an anniversary, a wedding or just because!
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We have a two prizes sweet prizes for you this month - stamps from Lili of the Valley - they're very cute:
Looking forward to seeing your cards.
Great couples card Deborah love the fishes
Sweet little fishies - I hope you'll link up again at 52 Car Pickup this week!
That is so sweet Deborah!
Absolutely adorable. Those fish are great.
Brilliant card Deborah. Gotta love those fishy lips ha ha.
Such a fun card Deborah - I love the dropping of water onto the distress inks to get the watery effect.
Loving the way you acheived dimension in your scene Deborah.... the two fishes are obviously so in luuuurve :0)
This is so beautiful card. So nice designing. How can i learn such nice designing like this for the plastic business cards? I appreciate this.
Challenges are always end up with master pieces like this so they should be conducted regularly...
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