Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Underwater birthday

 Hello and welcome!
Just popping in with a card I made for
the current AAA Birthday #35 - Under the Sea challenge:


Here's the inside:

The background was made by blending kraft and a couple blue inks onto
white card stock. I ripped some scrap paper to use as masks for where the sandy bottom
and the ocean meet. This was matted using a much-neglected wave punch, then
adhered to a pale blue card base. I stamped multiples of all the undersea critters 
and foliage, colored and die cut. Once everything was glued in place, 
I stamped the sentiment and another one on the inside.
I feel like it's been forever since I've colored anything, so it was
good to use my markers again. 💗

That's it for now. Thanks for visiting, and I hope you have a good day!





Supplies:
Stamps: Mama Elephant - Marine Friends; Dare 2B Artzy - Under the Sea Sentiments; MFT - Sharky Sentiments
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Paris Dusk, Teal Zeal; Gina K - Kraft
CS: Spectrum Noir; Taylored Expressions; Neenah
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; GC; Mama Elephant - Marine Friends dies; EK Success - Tidal Waves punch; MISTI; Taylored Expressions blending brushes
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Ranger - MMM










3 comments:

Valérie said...

Beautiful under the sea scene with lots of creatures and details. The sentiment is fun too. Thank you for sharing your beautiful creation at AAA Birthday. Stay safe and keep crafting! Valérie xx

Jane said...

How beautiful is your card. Love the addition of the wave border. Thanks for playing at AAA Birthday, hope to see you join in with future challenges too. Stay safe and keep crafting!

Jane.D said...

What a beautiful card! I love your ink blended background, the wavy border and all the little sea creatures! Thank you for sharing and playing along with us at AAA Birthday!

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