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Rubber Dance - Relax

Hi Everyone,

I had so much fun playing around with my new Rubber Dance stamps!
Aren't those fish gorgeous!? I let them swim in an alcohol ink background.


My stamp supplies:

Interested to see how I did this?


here is my background with the inks I used


Added tiny bits of foil - it sticks to the sticky parts, no glue needed.


Made a background with my homemade gelatin plate - it has been holding up quite well.


Of course i made more than one background....


Used one of them to stamp the fish on and fuzzy cut them.


Added some color accents to the fish with Stabilo markers and a white gel pen. They are great, because they are fine tipped. I also stamped the solid fish and air bubbles onto the alcohol ink background with Rinea ghost ink - it removes the ink, so cool! You can see it in the picture below.  Added the die cut sentiment.


I hope you liked this. 

Don't forget our challenge is still in full swing - until the end of the month. Play along, if you find time!
It runs all month long over in the Facebook Rubber Dance Stamping Lounge and its  those three colors you see below or anything goes with Rubber Dance stamps.

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Happy Rubber Dancing!

Linking up with:


Take It, Make It Challenge

Comments

Flo said…
Von Dir kann man immer wieder etwas Neues dazu lernen!!!
Die Fische schwummen im Alkohol?!?!! Ob die es dort lange aushalten, wage ich zu bezweifeln * hahaha*
Liebe Grüße, Flo
conil said…
Oh my, all that glorious color and all that detail you created. Wonderful combination to make this stunning card.
Rosmarie said…
Ha, wie she hast du mich beim Wort genommen! 😉 ...ich bin leider noch nicht dazu gekommen. Echt toll deine Karte!!
papierelle said…
Fisch 'eingelegt' in Alkohol, habe ich ncoh nicht probiert, sollte ich aber mal und es geht bestimmt auch mit anderen Tieren!! Großartig Dein Alkoholwerk!!
Bobby said…
I love the background and those boho ;) fish, Cornelia. So colorful and fun.
Fantastic card with the wonderful background and those artsy looking fish.
Linda said…
This looks fab .... great background. Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge xx
Anita in France said…
What fabulous fish, Cornelia ... so quirky and fun ... and wonderful swimming in that luscious AI ocean background! Enjoyed reading how you created this delicious scene! Hugs, Anita :)

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