Under the Sea…for Father’s Day!

Hello All!

I have a folder that has many pictures of cards I want to CASE!

Copy And Share Everything!

I decided to make this a Father’s Day Card!

Mr. Hubster loves to go fishing…he taught me how to fish!

There is a little Pier we can go fishing off, here where we live.

Mr. Hubster will get this Card for Father’s Day!

 

Here is the Card!

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There is something magical about a blue and green color combination!

 

Here is a close up of the front!

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I used Clear Wink of Stella on the front seahorse, fish, and shell.

This is the best my camera will do to show the shimmer!

 

Here is the inside of the Card!

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I had to redo this inside, I tried to use the Clear Wink of Stella on the shell…

…it was a NEW pen, I guess I squeezed to hard to get it flowing… the shell on the

first card, was a glitter blob! It looked horrible…’do over!’

 

HERE ARE THE STOCK AND MEASURES:

CARDSTOCK:

Garden Green- base, 8.5″ x 5.5″ scored @ 4.25″

horizontal rectangle mat, 2″ x 3″

Pacific Point- front and inside mat panels, 4″ x 5.25″

vertical rectangle mat, 2″ x 3″

Whisper White- front and inside panels, 3.75″ x 5″

horizontal and vertical rectangles, 1.75″ x 2.75″

STAMP SETS:

By The Tide- retired, script, seahorse, fish, coral and shells

Teeny Tiny Wishes- greeting

INKS:

Pacific Point- greeting and inside sentiment, horizontal script, inside shell

Garden Green- vertical script, coral, fish

Pacific Point/Garden Green- using the ‘rock and roll’ method for the seahorse, fish, and front shell

‘ROCK AND ROLL METHOD’-for this card…I tapped my stamp onto the Pacific Point Ink Pad, then in a circular motion, I rolled the stamp around the edges, on the Garden Green Ink Pad. This allows the 2 colors to show up. When I applied the Clear Wink of Stella, it caused the colors to bleed a little and it made both colors show up on the stamped images!

 

Here is another view of the Card!

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The fish looks more green, but it does show a good hint of blue too!

Not like the seahorse or shell, but it is there, up close and in person!

 

Until the next Post…Blessing and Fishing Adventures to you ALL!

Let me know what you think!