Saturday 6 August 2016

What's Under the Sea?

I had a lot of fun playing with some
 old and new product for this challenge.
Hostess for our Word Week at Just Us Girls is Sharyn
choosing WATER.
Before I made my card I had played around with a few
water scenes which landed up in the bin.
This is when I decided to get out some inky messy items
to try my hand at something quite different.
As some of you know I recently spent time
with crafty friends at a Craft Show and this is where
I bought a few of the products I used here.
Gesso Paste
Texture Pastes
Sparkle Medium
White Embossing Enamel for the bubbles
Glossy Accents - water spots
Shells and cotton from my stash.

Now pop over to Our Blog to see what
our August Guest Colleen Foelker
and my talented Team Mates have created.
I hope you will have time to join us
this week.

Thanks for dropping in



Chris Dring said...

This is soooo pretty, Ina! It makes me want to go swimming there!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Cool water background and I love the embellishments of sea shells and fiber.

Vicki Dutcher said...

Lovely watered background

Sharyn Polesel said...

Beautiful background! I love the movement and those precious shells...great job!

Dawn said...

Love your under the sea card! I'd like to dive right in for a swim!
Dawn xx

Bobby said...

This is so creative, Ina. It looks like someone just dumped their seashells overboard and they're floating to the bottom.

Kathy Krug said...

How fun to play with new supplies. Great underwater look.

Lisa Kind said...

Wow Ina! I love the mixed media you have going on here! Lovely watery background! Great card!

Agi said...

Wow, what a fresh looking card, I like it! Beautiful background and the seashells are cute. :)

Judy Woodland said...

This card is just wonderful. So many textures, and it has a collage-y feel. Very creative and great take on the challenge.

Penny Hanuszak said...

Your beautiful mixed media card just screams the tropics Ina. I love how you created all the different textures and combined them into a beautiful pool. Thanks for sharing.

Sue VanDeVusse said...

That watery background is a beautiful creation! I love the texture and variation. Beautiful job on this, Ina!