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Thursday, July 8, 2010

Mermaid

CLOSE UP OF IMAGE

FRONT OF CARD

INSIDE

Hello, another record breaking HOT day!  Supposed to rain tomorrow and cool down.  Can't wait!!

Today's card is for the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge (MMSC#61).  The mermaid is a stamp I purchased unmounted a long time ago and I have no idea whose stamp it is.  I used glossy white card stock for the ovals and colored them using the polished stone method, that is Ranger Alcohol inks pounced on the paper until you get the desired effect.  I was going for water so I used green and turquoise blue.  The seashells are from a larger stamp by Peddlers Pack.  On the inside I used the same stamp and words that I am also unable to identify the stamp company.  Lots of glitter and stickles and of course Kaiser pearls.

Hope you had a great Thursday.  Thanks for stopping by.  Until later............


15 comments:

scrapperjulia said...

This is an awesome card, Sue! You achieved a great affect with the marble technique (I love this technique!) Love the mermaid and shells too! Great job with the sketch this week!

Debbie Pamment said...

Just love this one Sue - the scene you've created is fabulous - and the simple stamp on the inside finishes it off beautifully
xXx

Larisa said...

It is very beautiful!!! I love Mermaids so much ) Sorry, I have not any stamp at me ...
Larisa. xxx

Lovely Linda said...

Oh Sue this is just delightful! I love that underwater image - your colours are divine and that image is coloured so beautifully! Your shells are the perfect embellishment! Everything about your card is stunning - the marbling is perfect too - everything is perfect my friend! Love it! Thanks for playing along with us at Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge, we hope to see you next week! {{{hugs}}}
Linda MMSC Design Team

Riet said...

Ohhh wowwww Sue,What a beautiful card.

Hugs Riet.xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

hi sue

this card is very beautiful
great coloring


greetings karin

pam124 said...

Okay, Sue, I'm speechless on this incredible BEAUTY! Now, if you knew me like others on the team do, you would know that's it's practically impossible to ever see me speechless!! That means, I'm totally in LOVE with your card. The colors are so captivating and the "feel" of the water overtakes me. Wonderful image too. A real winner, this one is!! That sounded like Yoda if you ever heard the way he does his phrasing. LOL!

Thanks SO MUCH for joining us in The Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge and I really hope you will share your unique talent with us again next week!

Hugs
pam
MMSC-GD

Holly said...

OH my gosh Sue, this is beautiful! I love the marbled water! I struggle with water and now have a new way to approach it. I love the shells and all the details. Thanks for sharing and please join us next week @ MMSC Sketch Challenge.

Holly Miller
Guest Diva

Carol said...

Wow this Mermaid is awesome Sue. I love the shells going down the side for the element of the sketch. Lovely colors too! What a beauty you have treated us to again this week. Always a pleasure to visit and view your talent. Great job with the sketch. Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge.

Bear Hugs,
Carol :O}
Midnight Madness Design Team

P.S. another awesome picture of Niagara Falls....I love it!!!

Priscilla said...

Wow so pretty. Love the shade of the water..very calming image and just a lovely card. What a wonderful entry and Great take on the sketch too. Thank you so much for playing the Midnight Madness sketch challenges.
Priscilla
MMSC Hostess

Karen Hanim said...

Congratulations on being a Remarkable Awards MMSC winner! Your card is fantastic. The blue color is amazing. So glad to find your blog via the challenge.

Karen W said...

This is fantastic and congratulatioins on winning the remarkable award for this.

pam124 said...

CONGRATS on winning the remarkables award this week. I am totally IN LOVE with your card!!

Hugs
pam
MMSC-GD

Jan said...

Beautiful card and awesome blog :)

theneon said...

You have created here, a delightful little piece of the ocean -- beautiful colors and great use of technique.