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Birthday Fishes

Hi Everyone,

I have not played in the YNS challenges in a while - always too many other challenges to participate and I kept missing the deadlines...NOT this time!!!



I don't do a lot of sketches, but I really liked that one. Ignored the color challenge - you don't have to combine the two. I first wanted to use a stencil for the water strip, but then I came upon this patterned paper, that has been in my stash now pretty much forever. Time to use it!!! It has a nice shimmer to it - does not really show in the picture.....

This is the sketch and the stamp set:

 YNS Sketch 18Snorkel Fun Fishy

I don't think that card requires a lot of explanation on how I did it. So I'll spare you that. Filled up the shaker with microbeads only to not distract from the cute fish.

Also linking up with:

Seize The Birthday - anything birthday
Use Your Stuff - anything goes
Can you CASE it? - anything goes
AAA Cards - water world and dies


Best Fishes to all of you!

Comments

Hannelie said…
This looks like a REAL underwater little scene Cornelia!
Awesome job!
Thanks for joining us at Seize the birthday... love it when you play along.
Tanja said…
total niedlich der Kleine und der Wasser-Effekt mit den Microbeads ist toll
Julie B said…
Love this Cornelia, so much fun and a shaker card to boot. :)
Susanne Vargas said…
Fisch, Microbeads und Paper sind eine perfekte Kombination bei dieser Karte! Echt süss!
Jetzt geht es mir wie dir ;))) warum habe ich nicht Geburtstag oder bin wenigstes im Jahreszeichen der Fische geboren ??? Eine total witzige Karte und wo bekommt man diese Microbeads her, die muss ich haben !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
GlG Elisabeth
conil said…
Big wide smile on my face the minute I saw this terrific (& refreshing) card. Lovin' that fish, you were right not to use too much bling in the shaker. And that patterned paper is perfect.
Fabulous card Cornelia :) That paper is fab-I love it when ! "shop" my stash and find something I have had for a hundred years and find its perfect for a project!
Just joined you as a follower-I thought I already had!
Never mind,won't miss any of your lovely posts now :)
Nessa xxx
Tracy Penney said…
Well you rocked this sketch. It works so well for the fish and I love that it looks like water in your shaker card. Super cute and fun! I am very happy that you had time to play along with our sketch challenge at Your Next Stamp.
MaryH said…
The paper works beautifully with this cute fish looking out of the porthole. Love that you did this as a shaker card & the vellum was a nice touch to avoid covering up a single bit of that perfect dp. Cute design, beautifully colored, and a terrific bday card. TFS
Jane said…
The micro beads really look like water, fabulous idea. Love that cheeky fish peeping out too. Thanks for sharing at AAA Cards.
Pam said…
Love this fun card! The PP works perfectly and I love that you made a shaker with the microbeads. Brilliant, my friend!
Dotty Jo said…
What a fun card - love the inclusion of the microbeads! Jo x
Kristie Goulet said…
This is awesome! The microbeads totally look like water. So cool!
cm said…
Yep, this is one cutie-patootie snorkling (tee hee) fish card! Brilliance...you have that in abundance, my friend!
Hugs~c
Terri said…
Loving the little fish and everything else about this card! Thanks for joining us at canyoucaseit.com!
Anita in France said…
Such a fun and cute scene, Cornelia ... love the microbead water your snorkelling fish is swimming through! Anita :)
So cool! Your fish really looks like he is catching a wave. Thanks for joining in the fun at YNS and sharing such a fun take on sketch #18!
Deborah Anton said…
Super fun and great take on the sketch. Glad you were able to join us and play along at the YNS challenge.
Monika Reeck said…
I thought it was water Cornelia
wooohooo du hast mich reingelegt hihi
cuutee
clever
adorable
was noch
Ich liebe diese karte und das paper water ich denke das habe ich auch
habe in pflanzen Koelle gekauft muss jetzt benutzen danke fuer deine Clever idea Cornelia
luv this card
hugs, Monika
Paper Lily Leaf said…
So cute! I love those microbeads, April x
Kim Heggins said…
Adorable.....just so darn cute. Love your sweet fish swimming in your card.
Unknown said…
This is an adorable card! Thanks for joining us at CYCI :)
Jodene said…
This is so cute and I love how he looks like he is under water! Thanks for playing along with us at Seize The Birthday :)
What a fun card.. Love the shaker element you added. Thanks for joining us at YNS!
Unknown said…
So cute! Love it! Thanks for playing with us @ Can You Case It!

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