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Big Fish

 Hi Everyone,

I saw the challenge at The Male Room and knew I had to play along...
 The theme is fish.


I fairly recently bought this stunning stamp from Stampscapes and made a few cards with it, that I have not yet shown. This is one of them. Sponged on photo paper, stamped and fussy cut the fish. Added white accents and the sentiment.


Trimmed the card stock and mounted on a white card base.

Happy Stamping!


Linking up with: 

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Comments

Cathy said…
What an amazing card Cornelia! I could tell it was yours from your signature bold colours, Cathy x
Lise Mariann said…
Wow! Stunning colors. Love the graphic nature of this fish. Really lovely! Thank you so much for joining us at The Male Room Challenge. :-)
xx Lise Mariann, DT The Male Room Challenge
Vicki Dutcher said…
How awesome is this! Did you use a multicolored stamp pad? Those colors are amazing! Looks like a winner in my mind :)
Wendy L said…
Wow, this looks amazing, thanks for joining us at MAWTT, xxxxx
That fish is so awesome. I love the bridge colors.
Mac Mable said…
I agree with Cathy's comment....x Vibrant and stunning card x
conil said…
This fish is way beyond gorgeous...the coloring, the detail the teeth. What an amazing card. Surely, it will win the prize.
Dreja said…
Ganz toll gemacht.
Danke für deine Teilnahme bei den Animal Friends.
LG Dreja
Anita in France said…
Wow, Cornelia ... how spectacular is this fish ... the vibrant colours are just so dramatic against the black ... what a stunner! Hugs, Anita :)
Daffodil Cards said…
I echo all the other comments WOW! WOW! WOW!, sponging on photo paper? would love to know how you did that? AMAZING image and colours. Thank you so much for joining us in our Fish/Fishing challenge at The Male Room this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.

Faith The Male Room DT
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Flo said…
Ooohhh!!! Dieser Fisch sieht aber gefährlich aus!!! Da bleibe ich lieber in achtbarer Entfernung und schaue mir ihn nur an. Streicheln sollte man ihn lieber nicht!!!
Liebe Grüße
Deborah Frings said…
Wow! That's a stunning fish - the colours are bold, bright and just gorgeous. Lovely card. Thanks so much for playing along with our fishing theme at The Male Room. Deborah, DT.
Jackie Reader said…
What a stunning card, thank you for joining the challenge at MAWTT, Jackie DT Member x
Celeste Goff said…
Such a cool, masculine, and graphic card! I love it...it looks like a piece of art!
Craftyhugs said…
Wow this is awesome. What a fab technique. I would also love to know how you did this
Thanks so much for entering the challenge over on the moving along with the times Blog and good luck


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Besenwesen said…
Das ist ein klasse Werk geworden und Du hast es ganz bezaubernd umgesetzt. Hab ganz lieben Dank für Deine Teilnahme bei den Animal Friends

Liebe Grüße
Deine Vanessa


BożenA said…
I will not be original when I say it's an amazing card. I love the electrifying colors on a black background. And like my preface, I wonder how you managed to get this effect on photographic paper ...? And did you first illuminate the paper that it is black? But it is unquestionably a unique masterpiece!
xx
Eine ausgewöhnliche Karte hast du dagemacht. Toll! Vielen Dank für deine Teilnahme bei der Animal Friends Challenge. LG Karina

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