Friday, July 15, 2016

Happy Jellyfish

Hi there! I'm up on the Ink Road blog with this all occasion card that will be fun to give away but even more fun to make. Let's take a look.
I love those adorable jellyfish, they would make anyone smile! I'm using a technique that I saw my coloring/cardmaking hero Sandy Allnock use. She's an amazing artist. Let's get right into the card.
I used the snow globe from the Ready, Set, Snow stamp set from Lawn Fawn. I masked off the top portion of the globe and did some partial die cutting from the Ready, Set, Snow die set
I repeated the same steps for the top part of the snow globe. I used a ruler and a Memento Dual Marker to stretch the globe to make it into a mini jellyfish aquarium. I matched up the die cut lines from the top and bottom and used an X-acto knife and ruler to cut out the entire piece. 
I die cut the mid size puffy cloud from the Puffy Cloud Border die from Lawn Fawn and used it along the top of the aquarium for a few subtle waves. I adhered the aquarium to some scratch paper and did some soft ink blending in Tumbled Glass, Peacock Feathers and Mermaid Lagoon. I stamped the jellyfish from the So Jelly mini stamp set from Lawn fawn and the So Jelly dies to cut them out. I gave the jellyfish some color with Copic markers. The rock and seaweed are from the Mermaid for You stamp set and the sentiment is from the Ready, Set, Shake stamp set; both from Lawn Fawn. To finish the card, I stamped the bubbles from the So Jelly set and gave them some dimension with some Ranger Glossy Accents. I added some foam tape behind the sentiment for some interest and the gorgeous patterned paper is from Crate Paper

Here is a list of products used for the card:
Lawn Fawn - So Jelly stamp set
Crate Paper - Inspired 12x12 paper
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