Saturday, May 21

fishy, fishy, fishy…

A few extra layers to this card but just consider it artistic license!
The base card is two teal and one white card stocks.
The main panel is white card stock that I stamped with a rectangle of  very old Cut ‘N Dry, the back side, which I heated with a heat tool and immediately pressed inti Hero Arts “Bold Print Rings” then inked with Distress cracked pistachio, tumbled glass and peacock feathers.
From more white card stock I die cut the square frames with a die from MFT Die-namics “Square Shaker Window” and glued to the card front.
Using more left over card stocks I cut the waves using a die from Paper Smooches and glued them to the front.
To finish I die cut the fish from the same set and foam taped them to the card front.


  1. What a fantastic background you created for the fish! I love the watery look. And you've done a brilliant job with the sketch. Thank you for sharing your project with us at Try Stampin' On Tuesday.

  2. Love this card Arlene - you have used the sketch beautifully. Fabulous watery background and cute wee fishes :)

  3. Arlene, what a pretty underwater card! I had forgotten all about the Cut 'n Dry product... you've created such a cool watery background with it!! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday!!! -Donna

  4. What a cute card. I love the background you made. Thank you for joining us for this challenge at Try Stampin' on Tuesday and look forward to seeing you again soon!
    Anna, Design Team

  5. Arlene, congratulations!! Your lovely card was chosen as one of Try Stampin' on Tuesday's Challenge #557 "Top 3"!! -Donna


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