Monday 22 August 2016

Looking for a 'Sea Change'

 Bec is hosting the latest challenge over at
Crafty Cardmakers and has chosen
'By or Under the Sea'
I decided to go with an Under the Sea scene.
I used lots of bits and bobs here but
 I will endeavour to name a few -
The Under the Sea scene is an embossing folder.
Adding different ink types and colours.
Heat embossed the bottom to look like sand.
The background behind the sea creatures
(which were coloured with water colour pencils)
was inked up after I sponged the colours
onto my craft mat. Also added a stamped
image to the give water bubbles effect.
Glitter was added to part of the bottom of the sea.
Glossy Accents on the eyes and in a number of
areas for more bubbles but very hard to pick up.
I think that covers most of it.
Hope you can pop over and see what theme the Team
went for Here. Maybe you will get time to play with this
'Really Cool' Challenge. Hope so.
Thanks for dropping in.
Love reading your Comments.


Kathy Krug said...

Fabulous under water scene. Love all the fish and your sponging.

Becca Cruger said...

Wow! Fabulous texture here. That sandy stuff is super cool!

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Hi Ina, such a pretty card and so cut too. Have a great week, Angela x

Judy McKay said...

Love the design and colours. Very pretty card. Have a great week crafting. Judy

Verna Angerhofer said...

Your card is so gorgeous! I love the colors.

Unknown said...

Great card Ina. Love the colours. They make it real. :)

Pam said...

Such a beautiful card. I am amazed by all the techniques that you used to create this lovely card. I admire your talent!
:) Pam

Glenda Atkins said...

Love this bright, beautiful , fun card. The heat embossing worked so well, fabulous job Ina.

Judy Woodland said...

Well how stinkin' cute is this. I love your little sea creatures, and your design is fabulous. All that great texture and color, great take on the challenge!

Rebecca said...

Beautiful sea scene Ina. I'm loving all the bright colours and the glitter of course!

Bec xx