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Topflight Stamps - Underwater World

Hi Everyone,

This week we are featuring stencils.
Perhaps you are familiar with Craft Emotions, a Dutch stamp company. The have the cutest stamps (and they are inexpensive!)

I made my background with the Visible Image - Fibers stencil. I first  stamped different kind of light blues ad the background. Layed the stencil over it and sponged with darker blues. No need for perfect blending. I stamped those cute whales on a piece of scrap paper and fuzzy cut them. The rest of the animals I stamped directly onto my card base. Used bleach to get rid of the background color and colored over it.  I didn't add a sentiment, as it would have been too crowded. I can always add one later into the inside of my card. 

Here are the stamp supplies I used:
Use code FUNSTAMPING to get 12% discount at Topflight Stamps.

Versafine ink

Linking up with:

Simon Says Wednesday challenge - bright and cheerful
Try It On Thuesday - Create a Scene
Animal Friends - fish, whales and dolphins
Blank Page Muse - see mood board
Creative Crafting Uncles - fish
Papercraft Business Challenge - ocean/water
Basteltraum - Sommer

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papierelle said…
Super!!! Hach und die Schablone ist so schön!! Passt perfekt!!
conil said…
What a watery fantasy. Love that background and those critters look absolutely fabulous.
I love the expressions on you sea creatures faces! A truly fabulous scene! Thank you for joining us at Try It On Tuesday, Chrisx
Anna M. said…
Wonderful underwater scene! The stencil made the perfect backdrop for the sea life!

We're so glad you could join us & we hope to see you again in the next Papercraft Business Challenge!.

Anna – Design Team member at Papercraft Business

Visit my blog - Crafty Anna Studio.

You can also find me on Instagram - CraftyAnna Studio

Thank you!
Anita in France said…
What a great sense of movement you created with the stencilling, Cornelia ... it really does seem as though these fun sea critters are swimming through the waves! Hugs, Anita :)
Valerie-Jael said…
A beautiful project, thanks so much for joining us at TIOT, Valerie
Deine karte ist wunderschön.. es gibt viel zu entdecken.
Danke für deine Teilnahme bei Animal Friends
LG Anja
Rosmarie said…
Was für eine fantastische Unterwasserszene!! Bin begeistert!!
Dreja said…
Ganz wunderbar gemacht.
Danke für deine Teilnahme bei den Animal Friends.
LG Dreja
Kuni said…
Your card is wonderful.
Thank for joinning us at teh Animal Friends.
Alex said…
Your card is really beautiful. Love the little puffer fish.
Thanks for playing along with us at our previous challenge at Creative Crafting Uncles and good luck. Hope you will join us this challenge again.

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Claudia said…
Wow, what a summer creation, so great! Such a dimensional effect you created!
Thank you very much for joining us at the bastel-traum Challenge.

Hugs and good luck
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Anushree Vaish said…
Such a lovely card !!Thanks for joining us at Bastel Traum Summer challenge.

DT Anushree
berucrafts said…
OMG,... this is such a gorgeous card... love it. Thank you very much for joining us at the bastel-traum Challenge.

Hugs and good luck
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