Friday, July 13, 2012

Deep in the Ocean


I've been wanting to use a sardine tin for a small nautic scene for a long time and at last it's here. I used stamps from Pink Paislee's Nantucket set and created sun rays with a mask. You can almost see the rays in the right top corner. It was fun to work with something else than a card for a change and I can really recommend a tin for a project, just have a nice and strong glue for the details. I might need to have more sardines for lunch!

I also used:
Aqua Markers for colouring
Spellbinders foliage die
Distress inks and Stickles
Liquid Pearls

I would like to enter:
My Mum's Craft Shop: No Cards Allowed
Fab'n'Funky: Summer Holiday
Simon Says Stamps Challenge: Let's get fruity! Shellfishes as Fruits of the Sea?! Please remove the entry if I'm stretching the theme to far.

Hope you'll fulfill a crafty dream this week.

Warm hugs
Maarit

21 comments:

  1. Good Afternoon Maarit,
    Oh this is a stunning idea, really beautiful too.xx

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  2. I see the sun rays! Which is more than can be said for here! But anyway, what a clever idea and fantastic project. Have a great weekend. xx

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  3. Gorgeous creation, how clever.:) Viv xx

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  4. This is spectacular and perfect for my new challenge sponsored by Sarah Hurley, I would love if you could pop by and enter :-) Elaine-xxx- http://sparklingblackrose-craftmylife.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/exciting-new-challenge-for-all-my.html

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  5. How totaly appropriate to use a sardine tin for this project. Love the 3D effect with the sea horse. He really looks like he is swimming/suspended in the water.
    Have a crafty weekend. Hugs Mrs A.

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  6. oh this is wonderful.. i love the idea .. its fabulous
    Lisa x

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  7. What a great recycling idea, such a wonderful scene your have created.

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  8. Totally stunning and what a clever idea Maarit:)x

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  9. Beautiful and fun project! Thank you for joining us this week at Fab'n'Funky!

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  10. FANTASTIC creation, what a great idea, clever lady. I really like this...luv annie

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  11. What a really unusual and clever project - this worked out wonderfully! :)

    hugs

    xxalisonxx

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  12. Thank you so much for entering my new challenge lovely, I will be featuring your tin this week, I will return when I put it up :-) Elaine-xxx-

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  13. What a great idea - love the seahorse and the fab embellies - thanks for playing along at fab'n'Funky challenges this week hugs Judith x

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  14. Brilliant, thank you for joining or challenge this week at Charisma Cards

    Kate xxx
    Charisma Cards DT

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  15. Wow, this is a fantastic idea! I love it, it is beautiful! Many thanks for joining us at Fab'n'Funky this week and hope to see you again next week! judit x

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  16. They certainly are the fruits of the sea! I love this project and your creative approach to the challenge. Thanks for playing along with the Let's get Fruity challenge over on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog!

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  17. Fabulous project and I love the way you've put it all together.

    Thanks for joining us at Fab'n'Funky.

    Helen x

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  18. Wow what a beautiful project - great use of a recycled tin x
    Thanks for playing along with our anything but a card challenge over at MMCS & good luck x
    ((hugs)) Suzie xoxo

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  19. Gorgeous card - thankyou for joining us on Simon Says Stamp Challenge last week xxx

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  20. Hello again, youve been featured for entering my new challenge :-) Elaine-xxx- http://sparklingblackrose-craftmylife.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/featured-crafters-from-my-all-crafts.html

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  21. What a gorgeous creation
    hugs Linda

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I love to read your comments :)

Warm hugs
Maarit