Saturday, February 9, 2013

Drunken Stampers #114 - Finding Nemo

Hi all! I made another card! Even though it's not my week to post, I'm playing along with the Drunken Stampers #114 - Finding Nemo challenge. This term is based on movies, this week being Finding Nemo. You can make a card related to the movie, or one using fish/sea creatures, or both!! Here's my take:

The inside:

The challenge!

No patterned paper? WHA???? That's right, it's all about the card stock today baby! I used mostly scrap for this card (Yay! My scrap pile diminishes!) Used a Fiskars punch to make 'waves'. I stamped the fishes on white card stock, colored, fussy cut and adhered. Stamped 'hey Gill-friend. Oh, and that black decorative strip? That's the negative from the mini monarch border Die-Namic. (Use those negatives!)

That's all I have tonight. I'm gonna sit back, relax, sip my glass of wine, and watch some 007! Bond. James Bond! Have some fun and join the Drunken Stampers challenge! Have a great night!


Card stock: Bazzill (teal); Recollections (white, black, light & dark blue); scrap - aqua
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Surf & Turf; Birthday Sampler
Ink: Tsukineko - Tuxedo Black
Markers: Marvy Uchida
Adhesive: SA by 3L (MyStik, 3D foam squares); Therm-o-web dots
Accessories: Fiskars punch; scrap negative impression from Mini Monarch border Die-Namics


  1. I love it when the negatives make something awesome :) And I love Paper Smooches stamps!

  2. How ca-ute! That sentiment is adorable! Love how you made the waves with those punched strips of cardstock. So clever!

  3. How clever and cute. Love those bracket waves.

  4. Love love love your card for this challenge!
    The waves are awesome, the fish are awesome, the sentiment is awesome, the negatives are awesome...ya...I like it a lot :)

  5. How cute!! Love the little fishies. What a great idea for the water-it looks really cool.


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