Hi Oddies,

Today a sweet sea card with Puffer Cone Mermaid , Octee and the Jelly Fish .

I used the Tansai Gambi watercolors with a combi of pearl colors.
The mermaid has some little with spots , i made those with a molowtow white marker.

On the card i have used brown and light blue papers from unknow brand, some fish ribbon and a big paper doilly .
Cute seaplants cutting dies .

I have printed Octee and the Jelly Fish smaller , and let them swim true the waterplants .
Add some clear dots on Octee .

I add some pearl dots on the card and on the left corner a mermaid charm.

Also on the pufferfish’s i add some clear dots in the eyes, now it looks the eyes are bigger.

I hope you like my card 😉 .
Have a nice day 
XX Christa

Hi everyone Christa here , 

Today a sweet birthday post with Hipster Photography Cat.
Did you know they are 4 Different cats , and they are also cute .
You can find them  in the SomeOddGirl SHOP .

I color the Cat with the Tansai Gambi it’s a water medium , i use it this time very wet it give’s a little fury coat.
And i use some pearl scent colors for a extra shimmer.

I made some long whiskers with a black fineliner.
And draw some hair in the ears.

The card a build in serveral layers design papers.
A camera cutting die between the papers.

Some cheese cloth , funny lace, ribbon with the text happy birthday and filmstrip ribbon attached to the card.
And on the tag on the side there is a little cat charm attached.

I hope you like my birthday card , i hope the do receiver also 😉 .
Wishing you all a fine weekend.
Hugs Christa

I’m so happy Kristy has been turning the Clear Stamps into digital stamps for us! 

When I saw Sunny Mae I new I needed her in my stamp collection. 

I decided I just wanted her face as the focal point, so I edited her in photoshop then printed out only her face.

I colored her with Prismacolor Pencils. Once done I decided to give my water colors a run at the background. I imagined she was hot on a beach somewhere, which is where the orange red and yellow came in.

I didn’t love how bright it was at first, but it definitely grew on me. I toned the background down a bit bay adding some distress oxide inks and started blending in towards the watercolors. Add in some embellishments, and voila.

A fun card to brighten up someones day.

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Leah Crowe