Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Forever Blowing Bubbles...

It's another really quick post from me again...so much to do and I'm actually running late for a very important date.

So, without further waffle...and as promised, here is numero two in my Clarity shares and for all those that were watching on Sunday, I think you might recognise this creation...I hope you like it!!
I created the background with Distress Inks and the stamped images of the fish were coloured with Promarkers and the fronds were coloured with Distress Markers. I then set about making my little "aquarium" by using a piece of acetate, which I scored and then wrapped around the stamped image. Finally, I added the crystals to represent little bubbles.


Right, time for me to fly as I need to make myself presentable and head out to meet a VIP!!

See you all tomorrow with another Clarity share and thank you for stopping by to take a look at my cards...it always means the world to read all your comments!!
Bye for now...
Love Emma xxx

6 comments:

  1. Loving your use of acetate on this one Emma and those crystals are perfect for bubbles. Love your design and colouring. Lovely card. I'm still working on those deadlines lol. I'm hoping for a break tomorrow with the children. Tracy x

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  2. Loving the aquarium effect you've given this one - absolutely brilliant. Hope you enjoyed your day

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  3. Once again you've shown why you're on some of the most talented design teams around. Super duper! But then again all your Clarity cards are. Zo xx

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  4. ...oh this is superb Emma...glorious inking of your little fish, loVe the use of acetate (just done similar myself this very day)super air bubbles infact the fish do look like they're in a tank...loVely makings...Mel :)

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  5. ...what is more, this card was highlighted for praise indeed by Barbara herself, on air. Should make you feel ten feet tall, Emma, and this chat about a VIP - oo, too much intrigue my dear!

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  6. Stunning idea and I love the use of acetate. Very cute.

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Emma ~xx

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