Joyce joins us today to share an adorable underwater-themed design! This cute I Like You (a lotl) card is perfect for Valentine’s Day or anytime you want to send some love!
Joyce’s adorable scene features a pair of axolotls with some aquatic friends and plants from Ocean Shell-fie and You Are Sublime! Even though axolotls live in fresh water, we checked it out and there are a couple species of octopus and jellyfish that can be found in fresh water as well. Who knew!
Marine combined lots of our fun underwater sets to compose this adorable wedding scene! The lotls are dressed up in wedding finery courtesy of Bicycle Build for You! The freshwater lobster is officiating from a book found in Den Sweet Den.
To make her card more special, Marine added an extra flap to cover the front of the shadow box. This provided lots of space to add more colorful underwater scenes! This one features the fun puffer fish from Keep On Swimming!
Marine used a sentiment from Swan Soirée to white heat emboss the greeting on the inside of the flap.
There are so many cute things to see on this card! I love the little jellyfish photographer with his camera from Ocean Shell-fie!
Thank you so much for sharing this delightful design with us today, Marine!
Merry Christmas everyone! We hope you are enjoying a lovely holiday!
Christy joins us today to share some sweet axolotl inspiration with you!
Christy used Distress Oxide ink in Peacock Feathers, Mermaid Lagoon and Chipped Sapphire to blend a watery backdrop for a pair of axolotls from our new mini set, I Like (a lotl)! She used Antique Linen and Gathered Twigs to create the look of sand. She splattered more of the oxide ink on the background, then she added sparkle by sprinkling on Liquid Stardust!
Christy stamped all the images with Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink and colored them with Copic markers. Then she cut them out using the coordinating dies.
She assembled her adorable scene and finished by stamping the sentiment and bubble hearts in coordinating colors of Distress Oxide ink!
Christy created a video tutorial for this card. To see how she put this little gem together click HERE to visit her YouTube channel.
Thank you so much for sharing this adorable inspiration with us today, Christy!