Look what we found
in the park
in the dark.
We will take him home.
We will call him Clark.
I was fascinated by this page in One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish when I was a little girl. He looks scary, but the children want to take him home!
He will live at our house.
He will grow and grow.
Will our mother like this?
We don’t know.
THIS mother would say, “Sorry, mermaids only!” The only thing I would want in a jar is this cute little mermaid!
A few weeks ago I made a shadow box card for my post Frame of Mine. I used that design to create this card, but added a piece of vellum over the cut out mason jar window instead of leaving it open. First, I stamped the mermaid image on pearlescent vellum with Versamark ink and heat embossed with silver embossing powder to make it opaque. I repeated the process on teal and black cardstock with some of the Lagoon images and fussy cut them out. I stamped the mason jar from the Club Scrap® Adirondacks kit on the front panel and cut out the center with a craft knife. I tacked the stamped vellum piece to the backside of the front panel, with the embossed side facing the inside of the shadow box, and glued the shadow box panels together. I glued a little LED light inside the shadow box to create the shadow behind the stamped image. Lastly, I arranged the cut out images on the front panel to create an underwater scene and added some embellishments.
Don’t miss the Club Scrap monthly blog hop Wednesday morning…There will be lots of nautical themed projects created by the Club Scrap Artist team! Hop and Sea!
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