Saturday, 28 April 2018

Sweet Stampin' - Circles

Saturday again and payday yesterday, a great combination!
It's time for our next weekly challenge over at Sweet Stampin' and this week we want to see circles.
I started off by blending broken china and peacock feathers distress oxides through a Claritystamp bubbles stencil, moving it several times to fill the 5x7 card and overlapping some of the circles. I then used some Indigoblu pantry white paint to stamp some circles using various different sized bottle tops over the card. I used a quickie glue pen to add glamour dust to parts of some of the circles.
I had some prestamped, coloured and fussy cut elements from Clearly Besotted's Under the Sea stamp set left over and so I added these to the card and stamped the sentiment from the set. 
To finish I added some glamour dust to the fish and drew in a frame. Simples!


  1. Hi Cara, a super cute card, love the background you created with the stencil and bottle tops. Have a wonderful weekend... Megan

  2. Hi Cara,
    such a lovely card and your stamped images are so sweet.
    Wonderful designing.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

  3. Another super creation Cara using these lovely image and another super background.
    Hope that you are now feeling a great deal better.
    Have a good week.

    Kath x

  4. Fabulous card, love those cute stamps and the scene you have created :)
    Hugs Kaz xx

  5. Fab sea background Cara - loads of depth (couldn't resist! 😂) and that's some amazing fussy cutting xx

  6. Ah just fabulous Cara, lovely under the sea images and great colours. Hope you are feeling much better, have a lovely day, Kate x

  7. Oh WOW, this is fabby Cara! Your circles look perfect for your underwater effect :)

  8. Hi Cara
    Super card. Love the background.
    Hope you are back to normal (???) now.
    Ang x

  9. Fun card, love the images, the fabulous background and the wonderful layout. Hope you are feeling better? x

  10. Fabulous card and I tell you what you must be the best cutter outer cause they all look like they are part of the card. Cannot tell they are cut and added.


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