May 31, 2015

Card Sunday # 22: Goldfish Bowl + 100th Post

Dies ist mein hundertster Blogeintrag! Wow, wär hätte gedacht, dass das so schnell gehen kann! Vielleicht bringt es ja Glück, denn dieses Projekt ist ein weiteres für den July Guest Design Call von Create A Smile.

Für diese Karte habe ich eine Schnittdatei von Miss Kate Cuttables zur Hilfe genommen. Aus weißem Karton habe ich dann das Goldfischglas als Fenster ausgeschnitten, ebenso wie die Pflanze aus hell- und dunkelgrünem Karton sowie Kieselsteine aus hell- und dunkelbraunen Karton. Die beiden Fische stammen aus dem Set "Underwaterlove" von Create A Smile und wurden mit Memento Tuxedo Black Ink gestempelt und anschließend mit Spectrum Noir Markern koloriert (OR1, OR2, OR3, CR9, DR5).
Um das Goldfischglas etwas interessanter zu machen, habe ich hinter das weiße Frontpanel ein Stück Vellum geklebt. Für den Hintergrund habe ich ein weiteres Stück Vellum auf weißes Papier geklebt und dieses mit dem Marker IB3 angemalt. Dadurch entstand eine unregelmäßige Struktur, die ich für Wasser im Goldfischglas jedoch sehr nett fand. Darauf habe ich dann sowohl die Pflanze als auch die Fische geklebt. Diese waren dann sozusagen in einem Vellum-Sandwich gefangen.
Auf das weiße Frontpanel habe ich ebenso das Sentiment "I've been on the LOOKOUT for you" mit Blue Ribbon Dye Ink von Ranger stempelt. Der Hintergrund und das Frontpanel wurden anschließend auf etwas größeres dunkelblaues Panel geklebt und dies wiederum auf die Kartenbasis.


This is my 100th blog entry! And I hope it brings me look because this project was again created for the July Guest Design Call by Create A Smile. 

For this card, I used a cutting file by Miss Kate Cuttables. I used the goldfish bowl and cut it out of a white panel and used it as a little window. I also cut out the plant and some pebbles out of light and dark green and brown cardstock. The two fishes are from the stamp set "Underwaterlove" by Create A Smile and were stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored with Spectrum Noir markers (OR1, OR2, OR3, CR9, DR5).
To get the goldfish bowl to look a bit more interesting, I glued some vellum behind the front panel. For the background, I used another bit of vellum glued on to white paper and colored it with IB3. It had a somewhat uneven look to it but it was what I wanted to give the feeling of water in the bowl. I glued the plant and the fishes on top of the background and they where therefore sandwhiched between two vellum pieces. 
On the front panel, I stamped the sentiment "I've been on the LOOKOUT for you" using Blue Ribbon dye ink by Ranger. The background and the front panel were adhered onto a bit larger dark blue card panel and again on the white card base. 

 

Diese Karte nimmt ebenfalls an folgenden Challenges teil. This card also takes part in the following challenges.
Addicted to Stamps: Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp: Anything Goes
Time To Craft: Domestic Animals
Snarky Stampers: V is for Vellum

---SUPPLIES---
Create A Smile "Underwater Love" - http://goo.gl/CVQxzm
Neenah Solar White Card Stock (SSS) -  http://goo.gl/kX5flN
Bazzil 40 lb Vellum (SSS) - http://goo.gl/DS9dxB
Vellum 12x12 (Scrobby) - http://goo.gl/Bj27Ta 
Simon Says Stamp Card Stock "Green Apple" (SSS) - http://goo.gl/f2QTqQ 
Simon Says Stamp Card Stock "Green Leaf" (SSS) - http://goo.gl/wj5ELv 
Simon Says Stamp Card Stock "Blue Violet" (SSS) - http://goo.gl/N3vtLT 
Simon Says Stamp Card Stock "Khaki" (SSS) - http://goo.gl/USwwi7 
Simon Says Stamp Card Stock "Dark Chocolate" (SSS) - http://goo.gl/GSZ7Zc
Tsukineko Memento Ink "Tuxedo Black" (SSS) - http://goo.gl/3KakYL
Tsukineko Memento Ink "Tuxedo Black"(Scrobby) - http://goo.gl/QScX3r 
Ranger Dye Ink Pads „ Blue Ribbon“ (Scrobby) - http://goo.gl/Gf0LfZ 
Ranger Dye Ink Pads „ Blue Ribbon“ (SSS) - http://goo.gl/Wn1Sqs


11 comments:

  1. oh this is so cute - love the sentiment too. Thank you for sharing with us at MTTC - also it would be great to see you again in our future challenges. Annie xxx

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  2. Great card! Love how you've used the vellum to make the fish bowl!! Thanks for joining the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers for our "V is for Vellum" challenge!!

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  3. Your card is so cute! Thanks for joining us this week at ATSM xx

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  4. This is beautiful! Great water effect behind the vellum bowl. Congrats on your 100th post and good luck with the GDT. Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

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  5. Your card is absolutely adorable! Love the fishbowl scene you created! (and now I may need to CASE this! LOL!) Thanks for joining us at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

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  6. Adorable card! Such a sweet sentiment!!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

    hugs...
    Melissa

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  7. Adorable card!! Awesome little fishbowl!! Thanks for playing with us at Addicted to Stamps and More!!

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  8. So sweet! cute little fish bowl, thanks for joing us at ATSM.

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  9. Oh I love, love, love your fishbowl! Super creative and fun! Thanks so much for joining us at My Time to Craft this week!

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  10. Congratulations on your 100th post. and a super cute card to do it with. thanks for joining us at the sisterhood of snarky stampers for the v is for vellum challenge

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  11. Very, very cute! I love it! Thanks for joining the fun in the V is for Vellum Challenge at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers! Congratulations on your 100th post!!!!

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