Friday, September 26, 2014

By the Tide Birthday

It's Friday!  That means the weekend is beginning, and I'm definitely ready for that! :)  I've also been enjoying the warm weather we've been having here in Michigan.  I hope it will be nice and stick around for a few more weeks since I'd like to enjoy Art Prize in some mild weather.  Here's hoping it's warm toward the end of it when there won't be as many people around (I hope!)  Since it's Friday I also have another card to show you for the Friday Mashup challenge.  This week's fun challenge is from Avery...

Create a project with "Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry & Basic Black". 

Create a project with the "Ink Blowing Technique".  Link to technique here.
or Mash it Up! and create a "Project using the colors above & the Ink Blowing Technique".

I'd say everyone went a little more modern with their cards that I did, but I don't have any stamps to do that.  Instead I pulled out By the Sea and decided to "color" my fish using the blowing technique and put it in the background too.  I did have to put some Crushed Curry behind my fish to make him stand out just a little bit since my colors are kind of dark.  I was happy with how it turned out since I wasn't sure I'd get anything I liked at all! lol

Make sure you head on over to the Friday Mashup HERE to check out the other neat cards for this week's mashup.

Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Supplies used for this card:

Straw :)

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  1. How cool that you used the technique on the fish, fantastic thinking Sara! These colors are perfect for a sea scene!

    1. Thanks, Lisa! I definitely had fun making this card...other than cutting out the fish. lol

  2. Sara, your card turned out great! I love that you colored your fish as well! Don't you love how The Friday Mashup pushes out outside of our box?

    1. Thanks, Avery. I agree...we are definitely challenged on this blog, but I need it. :)

  3. What a fun card! Love the colors. Thanks for stopping by my blog today during the blog hop. I hope you will return and visit once in awhile or become a follower.


Thank you for your comments. I read everyone! If you ever wonder how I've made something I'd be glad to let you know! Sara

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