Tuesday, May 11, 2021

SHOPPING OUR STASH #445 - Here, Fishy Fishy!



 Hello crafty friends and welcome! Things are looking pretty fishy
over at SHOPPING OUR STASH! We would love to see anything
fish related on your projects. 
 Here's the card I made:

Over the Christmas break, I did some reorganizing in my craft room, and
imagine my surprise at uncovering this fishy background stamp purchased last year.
NBUS! I blended some DI's on a white card stock panel, spritzed with water and blotted,
 then stamped the swirling fish in Nautical Blue ink. I stamped the sentiment 
and three additional fish on a white strip, colored with Spectrum Noir markers,
and added a matte before adhering to the card.

Ready to play along? Sure you are! You know you have to have some sort of
fish supplies in your crafty arsenal. Fish, fishing poles, scales. It's all good!
I hope you get a chance to link up at Shopping Our Stash!
Thanks for visiting. Have a wonderful day. (and keep on swimming!) 🐟🐠🐟

Stamps: Hero Arts - School of Fish bold print; Mama Elephant - Marine Friends
Ink: Memento - Nautical Blue, Tuxedo Black; Ranger DI - Cracked Pistachio, Peacock Feathers, Mermaid Lagoon, Shaded Lilac
CS: Neenah; TE
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; MISTI; PFS - blending brushes; water mister
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner


Donna said...

These wee fish totally remind me of goldfish snack crackers!
They are soooooo cute!!!
I love the swirling fish (sharks??) background!

Chana Malkah said...

I love your project! The sentiment is awesome and that background is spot on!
Chana Malkah

Lindsey said...

This background is amazing!!! And then the cute little goldfish with the sentiment banner. Love it!

Maria Rodriguez. said...

When my grandchildren were little, we always had those cheesy fish crackers around, they are a very delicious snack.
Love the swirl of fishies, and your background is beautifully blended, the blotted water drops look like bubbles.
Awesome card, Teammie.
Stay healthy and safe.

Barbara Godden said...

Wow this is fabulous, great background and the design is fab.

Mimi said...

This is an awesome card-- I really love it! You got the underwater look perfect!

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