Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Under The Sea

The fabulous Arwen has chosen the Stampotique theme this week, and she's gone with Under the Sea. Here's what she says.
Who doesn't remember - Arielle the little mermaid :) I love the sea and the residents there.Mixed with fantasy and mysticism, a perfect theme for a Stampotique Challenge!Let me see how your underwater world looks like.xx Arwen
Ok so technically she's sat on a rock and not under the sea, so I'm counting the evil twins as the under the sea bit lol.
Ocean ( mermaid Hazel) has been stamped onto  fantasy film, fantasy fibres, and acetate, and layered up to an ATC size,
Smushallaum and Smumanha have both been stamped onto shrink plastic. The sentiment is Ocean Text by Linda Peterson.
These fantasy films and fibres have to be the most fiddly stuff in the world to work with, and it meant I had to get use the iron. Who know's I may even get a duster out soon!
I hope you can join in with our under the sea adventure. Just remember to use real stamps and to link up with the challenge number.
Have a very happy day, and thank you for looking x


  1. Looks like you had fun here, those gals make a nice trio! Hugs, Valerie

  2. So beautiful Sue <3
    This pearly background - awesome!!

    xx Arwen

  3. That fantasy film is so cool looking, I love how you've made her fin too, so cute!

  4. Great texture on Hazel's tail, works really well and am glad you persevered. Such a beautiful card :-) xxx

  5. That's great, I do like those creepy mermaids.

  6. Nooooo now dusters!!! They are illegal and dangerous!!!!
    Love this, especially her tail, it was worth it ;) xxx

  7. So lovely and dreamy Sue, just love it :) xx

  8. That looks like an underwater scene to me, Sue, and there are rocks under the water, so you are good to go in my book! Of course, your twins put it over the top! Love your project!

  9. Fantastic wall art, love how you stamped her on that material-such a great texture it gives.

  10. Sue, this is fantastic! You did a fabulous job creating a beach scene!

  11. Hi Sue! I'm totally overbooked and so in late to comment everywhere.. :D But couldn't look at this post today without telling you that I love your work with your fantasy stuff, great on this lovely hanging!!! Fab idea to join the three mermaids like that on different supports, very clever as usual :) Hugs, Coco xxx


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