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Topflight Stamps - Under Water

      Hi Everyone,

This week it's anything goes on the Topflight blog.  I felt like creating an under water scene - it's cooling I hope!

I first made the background with distress inks and a stencil. I stamped the fish onto scrap paper, colored them with Copics and cut them out. Added them to my background. Added the bubbles and some more fish. Couldn't decide on a sentiment, so I left it off....

I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting. 
See you next week with more Topflight Stamps inspiration.

And here are the stamp supplies I used: 
Linking up with:
Basteltraum - anything goes
Simon Says Monday challenge - lets go on vacation
As you like it - Scales (love fish and since its so hot outside they make me think of cooling water)


Beautiful bright colors on your card and the fish images are so fun!
Chrissy said…
FABulous under the sea scaly project, love the background and your bright happy fun fish..
Thank you so much for joining in with our challenge this fortnight at As You Like It..

Zw@@n said…
Wow, what a beautiful card! I love the colourful fishes. Thank you for joining us at As You Like It. xx Wilma
Sonia said…
Such a fun card. Thank you very much for joining us at the bastel-traum: #115 alles ist möglich / Anithing ist possible
Hugs and good luck

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