Saturday, 8 June 2013


I love this glittery paper -
 I have used it a lot on my cards, usually as seascapes...
 but unfortunately now all I have left are scraps in my 'blue' folder...

This card I made for my husband' s 60th Birthday -
 the decoupaged picture is from a  photo of us both sailing...

Today I used the same paper ...
but added some dotty glittery paper too, to team up with the colour of the fish.
The fish is decoupaged and painted with 'crystal effects',
 mounted on board the swirls of which I picked out in silver glitter,
 on top of a punched piece of silver paper.

I am submitting this card to  the Good-Golly Glitter Get Inky! Challenge

The fish motif itself could stand alone as an ATC.
In fact I am often asked what I do with all the ATC's I make - I do add them to cards although I have folders of them, both my own and swaps...

My next card is a Hallowe'en card made with the addition of an ATC -
 this small piece of art work contains a background from Rhonna Designs
 and uses stamps from Viva Las Vegas and Stampin Up.

Happy Crafting!

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