I find seahorses fascinating and wanted to make a card featuring a seahorse stencil that I have listed in my Folksy shop. This is what I made:
I had a spare background left over from mopping up spray inks that I had been using with my Messy Dots stencil and decided that it looked a bit like an underwater scene. I sprayed through the seahorse stencil in a variety of blue sprays. There was a bit of leakage under the stencil which I simply dabbed over with white acrylic paint once dry. I also dabbed through the Messy Dot stencil with the white paint over the seahorse. I stamped and embossed some seaweed and fish from Visible Image and added a fun sentiment from Lisa Horton along with a few circle stamps in black. I inked round the edge of the card panel to give the scene a bit of definition.
This isn't a very CAS card but I like how it turned out :)
I shall link up at Simon's Monday Challenge where the theme is Time and at Simon's Wednesday Challenge which is Animal Magic.
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Wonderful 'depth' to your watery background Sarah! Love it xReplyDelete
I always love to see mixed media work like this, Sarah, and wish I could do it myself. There are so many little details to see and that work together to make your underwater scene.ReplyDelete
This looks fab! The background looks amazing and I love the seahorse stencil xxReplyDelete
Wonderful sea themed time card! Love your awesome seahorses, and that saying is great! Thanks for sharing this awesome card with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge! Happy May! MauraReplyDelete
Beautiful seahorses absolutely love your cardReplyDelete
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