Thursday, 14 June 2012

Rock Pool...

Another day has flown by and the list of exciting adventures is always growing. Yesterday, I spent the day with my gorgeous friend, Sarah Hurley doing some more filming for Kirstie Allsopp's new craft show and then, I arrived home to an inbox full of emails and more new exciting adventures. I think I can safely say, my diary is bursting...and I'm very, very excited about what lies ahead!!

But for today, I wanted to share my second card that I made using the Kaisercraft Rock Pool collection from Merly Impressions. I hope you like it...
I decided to create one of my little shadow boxes from Kraft card because I thought it would work so well to give the dimension that I needed to capture the feel of the ocean. Once again, I created my scene useing papers and die cuts from the Rock Pool collection, together with the adorable whale stamp that I coloured with Promarkers and adhered to the background scene with 3D foam.


Okey dokey, time for me to make my blog rounds, then gaze at the ever growing piles of paper, stamps and just wonder where to start. lol!!! I'll be back tomorrow with the last of my Rock Pool cards but until then, hope you all have a lovely evening and thank you so much for stopping by to take a look at my little creation.

Bye for now...
Love Emma xxx

13 comments:

  1. Wow your box does add great dimension and is so perfect for your sea theme. Love the dotty background around the sides, just like bubbles. I think you fit two days into my one you manage to cram so much in lol. Tracy x

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  2. Oh my goodness me, that is absolutely stunning Emma. Such a work of art. I love it. x

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  3. ...super make Emma, well put together, love the blue whale with his diamonte air bubbles...Mel :)
    I loVe to watch Kirstie's Homemade series, must be great to know someone who has been part of the show...exciting times :)

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  4. Depth joins design and diligence = another diva project!

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  5. it was a fab day - thank you for coming with me :o)

    Love this project, absolutely gorgeous!

    Sarah x

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  6. You have really showed off these papers a treat...Im even tempted to get them now.
    Have a great weekend x

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  7. I so love this. It's cute but stylish and fun and funky! Filming sounds fab, you must let us know when it's aired. Am ok hun thanks for asking, been pretty bad lately so not been about as much, just trying to get through each day best I can, crafting helps to focus on something else. so lots of Smash journalling being done and frantic card making as I try to catch up with myself! Take care lovely. Zo xx

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  8. Life sounds very exciting for you again, Emma. I'm so glad after your difficult year.
    Your box is amazing, I may have to find out how to do these!!!! Those papers are just scrummy too, another thing for the never ending wish list.
    I hope you have a great weekend and manage a bit of me time in that bursting diary!!
    Hugs Lisax

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  9. This is a beautiful creation Emma. came across your amazing blog when hopping around... full of brillant makes... joined as a follower to visit again soon! Hugs May x x x x

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  10. i luvs these cards, so gorgeous, bright and cheering

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  11. The box is really clever ! I love all of your cards! Such clean lines and creative designs plus great use of colours and textures! xx

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  12. your 3D cards are second to none! they're just laid out so well so as not to dominate the card but really, just add a subtle dimension that a 2D card can't give..love the colours you chose as well!

    LOVELY! :D

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Emma ~xx

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