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GDT for the Dream Factory Challenge - Jaws

  Hi Everyone,

I have the great honor to be guest designing for the current Traumfabrik Challenge (Dream Factory).

The theme for this challenge is the movie Jaws - Der Weisse Hai. So anything with fish, ocean, sharks anyway you like it - fun, cute, gruesome or bloody - your choice!

I had this set now for ages in my stash (unused....). It's from Newton's Nook and called Shark Frenzy I immediately knew it had to be finally inked up!

  I stamped it and colored it with water brush pens. I was wondering if I should cut it out, but decided to take a sharpie and color around in black to make it more dramatic. I contemplated some blood drops from the white shark's teeth , but ultimately decided against it, although some pop of red would be cool....Added a googly eye to the white shark and heat embossed the sentiment onto vellum.

I hope you'll find some time to play along.
I hope you liked this and thanks for visiting.
Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:

We Love Chocolate Baroque - hand colored image
Dragonfly Dream Challenge  - for the boys 
Dare 2 be Artzy - masculine
Seize the Birthday - anything birthday 
NBUS challenge - anything goes with never used schtuff


papierelle said…
Das sind ja ganz schön viele auf einem Haufen!! Auf der Karte sieht es toll aus, aber in natura brauch ich es nicht so ... Danke, das Du uns diesen Monat als Gastdesigner unterstützt!! LG
Flo said…
So viele Haie!!! Da wird es aber sehr eng im Haifischbecken!!!
Conny said…
Sooooo genial!!! Find ich mega, deine Karte!

LG Conny
conil said…
Impressive school of sharks I hope to never encounter. But on a card they're so fierce and beautifully colored.
Tammy L said…
I LOVE THIS! Those sharks are awesome against that black background and then the few googly eyes, really make it! Nicely done! Thanks for joining us at Dragonfly Dreams and hope to see you again soon!
Tammy DT
brenda said…
What a fabulous and different image in super colours.

It's lovely to see you at our June challenge at We Love Chocolate Baroque, thank you.

B x
Tracy said…
Fab creation, thanks for joining We Love Chocolate Baroque challenge, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x
Vicki Dutcher said…
Fabulous coloring of your fun sharks! Thanks for joining in at STB
Cathy said…
You have an amazing collection of stamps Cornelia! This ones a beauty (glad you didn't add the drops of blood lol!) Love the googly eye and the black border makes this shiver of sharks pop (yep I googled the collective name lol)Thankyou for playing along at STB too, Cathy x
Darnell said…
Now I know what a "frenzy" of sharks looks like and I'm glad you didn't add blood, Cornelia. It is definitely implied, but your design is way more cool and artsy than it is scary. I love your great coloring in shades of gray, purple, and blue which stand out so well against the black. Great idea! Thank you for sharing with everyone at NBUS and congrats on guest designing! Hugs, Darnell
Mervi said…
Fabulous image and colours. Striking card indeed.
Thank you for sharing at We Love Chocolate Baroque Challenge;-))m
Katrina Bufton said…
Fabulous card, the sharks really pop against the black.
crafty said…
A wonderful card. I hope I never meet this bunch! Thank you for sharing it with us at Dragonfly Dreams.

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