fish stamp is so, naturally, I coloured him with my brightest Prismacolors. I wanted him to stand out next to the busy background paper (Me & My Big Ideas Tide Pool) so I layered him on some purple cardstock which I had also used as my matting. Now, every fish needs his bubbles so I stamped and fussy cut some using this bubbles background stamp on purple scraps. Tiny rhinestones were added as highlights to the bubbles and his eye. I computer-generated the sentiment and then mounted it on the same purple cardstock, scalloped with a punch. You know how I love detail...well, I just had to add faux stitching around the text boxes and the outside of the card. Had to..no, really. There are so many other sentiments that would combine with "it's o-fish-al" that I know this little fellow will see lots of ink:) Thanks for visiting.
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