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CAS-ology and OLS combined


I just wanted to find a reason to pull out my Ryn Tanaka stamp again - and what could be better than CAS-ology's theme "Bubbly"? 


The stamp is called rising bubbles - isn't it wonderful? The background I made with Gelatos on watercolor paper. I tried to take some of the color off from the bubbles, but that didn't work with the gelatos - it works well with distress inks. So I took a white pen to highlight the bubbles. 


The fish is by Impression Obsession - clear embossed and the sentiment is from Stempelknopf and translates into "simply unique". 

I kept it one layer, so that I also can link it up with the One-Layer Simplicity Challenge - Restocking the Shelves. I think this card you can use for many occasions.

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We are having weird weather again - it had 58 degrees today and lots of rain- what a change from the 6 degrees we had just a few days ago. So its best to just go into the card room and create some stuff...
In case you are up for something else - I just saw the movie "HER" - very clever, I enjoyed it a lot. Have a great weekend! I got so many comments lately - thank you so much. They are soooo appreciated!







Comments

Cathy said…
Hi Cornelia, these bubbles look fantastic! Love the bg too, Cathy x
Larisa said…
wow! It is cool! Great stamping!
Jackie Rockwell said…
LOVE, love, love this BEAUTIFUL card! The water has so much movement in it.
Jasleen Kaur said…
Wow! This is fabulous! Love your bubbles and your highlighting makes it look so real. Thanks for stopping by my blog and appreciating my work :)
Kristie Goulet said…
This is so cool. That stamp is amazing and perfect for the challenge. LOVE it!!!
Susanne Vargas said…
Love how you did the background! Also love that stamp - still haven't ordered from her...
Ryn Tanaka said…
Hey Cornelia, As I said in my Facebook comment - I just love the free form colour work on this card! Great idea to use Rising Bubbles for that theme. I'm so happy to hear that you are still enjoying them :) Have fun in your crafting room! Bye for now.
AMAZING stamp! LOVE the inking you have done the the fish is so brilliantly bright and lively!!!

Thanks so much for adding this to the CASology Gallery, so fun! Thanks for joining us and I hope you can join in again !!!
Jen W. said…
Gorgeous! I love the dreamy water background you created for your gorgeous bubbles! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!
Susan Raihala said…
Cornelia, your card is delightful! Those rising bubbles steal the show...such an awesome stamp, and you played it up perfectly with the white pen. Brilliant! Thanks so much for playing along with One-Layer Simplicity!
Rosmarie said…
Oh, these bubbles .... I love them!
Einfach wieder gro├čartig!!
Vicki Dutcher said…
Those bubbles are so great! Very fun card~
Kim M said…
This is an amazing card, Cornelia! Love the coloured ocean effect and I adore the "bubbles" stamp! Love it! :-)
Kim Heggins said…
This is another stunning card and those bubbles are fabulous! I need to check them out, they add so much flair to your already amazing card.
Lee-Anne said…
Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your sweet comment, Cornelia! I love your gelatos background and those bubbles...WOW!

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