Friday, 23 August 2019

Turtle


Hello!

Today I'm sharing a card featuring the lovely turtle from Rubber Dance's Textured Sea Creatures


I stamped the turtle with VersaFine Onyx Black and heat embossed with clear powder. I coloured him with Copic pens and gave him some white Posca pen highlights. I made a mask to cover the turtle and inked around him with Stormy Sky Distress Oxide. I created the sea bed with Vintage Photo Distress Oxide and added some marks with Copics. I stamped some of the Doodle Borders 1 stamps to represent seaweed. I added splatters of white paint and brown and blue inks and then I added spots of glue with a Quickie glue pen and sprinkled some Fauna Art Glitter in the sand.
I did cut a frame and inked with Memento Sand and Broken China Distress Ink, adding stamping in the same colours using one of the Doodle Flower leaves. White paint splatters were added using a white Posca pen The frame was inked around the edges with Vintage Photo and popped over the background on foam tape to add dimension.



Here is this month's colour challenge at Rubber Dance:



That's all from me today.
Thanks for stopping by today.
xoxo

I'd like to play along in these challenges:
Lavinia World Challenges AG 26/08 Honourable Mention 
 * Addicted to Stamps #355 Photo 27/08
Crafty Creations #396 AG 27/08
Penny's Challenges #444 AG 28/08
Craft Rocket #62 AG 28/08
QKR Stampede #360 AG 29/08
Rubber Dance Colour Challenge 31/08


15 comments:

KarinsArtScrap said...

this is very beautiful Carole
Gr Karin

Jackie T said...

Hi Carole this is a gorgeous card. I love it. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Liz said...

Super card, Carole. I love the image and the white highlights really bring him to life. xx

Linda Mc Enery said...

Wow! What a stunning creation! I love your background, so subtle, yet with so many fine details. Sweet turtle, so beautifully coloured and wonderful card design! Thanks for sharing your beautiful project with us at Penny's!
Linda

NanaConnie said...

What a fantastic color combo for this card, Carole! I never would have guessed those two colors would work so well together. Thanks so much for playing along in our weekly Anything Goes challenge at QKR Stampede. Good Luck.
NanaConnie DT

Donna Ellis said...

Hi, Carole! WOWOW! What a gorgeous creation with the prettily arranged frame done in colors and stamping, and then your focal image with the white highlighting! It's incredible! So happy I saw your pretty card at Lavinia World Challenges. Hope to see more of your creations in the future.
Smiles,
Donna
{Creative Smiles - my little crafting world}

Steph Ackerman said...

Great card. Thanks for sharing at Lavinia World Challenges.

Lisa said...

This is so stunning!! the turtle is gorgeous!! I love the beautiful colors and design!! Thank you so much for playing along at the Lavinia World Challenge!!

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Lori Kobular said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I love the way you colored the turtle and the background. The frame looks awesome too! Thanks for sharing with us at Lavinia World Challenge #7!

Julie Odil said...

Carole, this is beautiful! Those bits of white pen add so much! I wonder why I never think of little touches like that? I really like this. Thanks so much for joining us at Lavinia World Challenges. Julie, DT member

scrAPpamondo said...

Amazing!! Love so much the colours and how you framed the cute turtle!

aussie aNNie said...

Hi Carole, wow you know how much I love this stamp and your creation is just awesome.xxx

Monica C. said...

Carole, this is so beautiful! I love the colors you have used.
Thank you so much for visiting my blog.
Hugs Monica

Alex said...

Wow... your turtle is amazing! Love it!
Thanks for playing along with us at our present challenge at Craft Rocket and good luck! Hope you will join us next month again.

Hugs
Alex

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KathyA. said...

Thanks for recently joining us at Penny’s Paper-Crafty Challenge. Your coloring and color scheme are both excellent! DT Kathy [myasperations.blogspot.com]