Sunday, April 10, 2016

What's kraken?

I just got my hands in this lovely stampset from Lawn Fawn (loveable legends) and I put it, and myself, to work immediately...
The challenge over at AAA cards is anything goes, I just wonder if it's CAS enough, oh well it needed all the components I've put on it ;-)....well I think so lol.

I stamped the sentiment onto the cardbase with Versafine black onyx and the waves with Ranger dye inks (Caribbean coast and blue ribbon). I then used the mini blending tool to apply some Salty Ocean from the Distress line, adding a pop of color, contrasting with the orange beast. 
I stamped the kraken with Memento tuxedo black ink and colored it with my Spectrum  Noir markers, cut it out and neated up the edges with the Memento marker, then raised it with foamtape.
Few transparent blue sequins as bubbles and as a means to help your eye travel across the card.

This card is almost identical to the Nessie one I entered into the Inkspirational challenge, loving hte stampset and the design...obviously, right?

For more information on the AAA Cards Challenge,see this


9 comments:

  1. I love the simplicity of this beautiful card!
    Xoxo Olga

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  2. Wonderful, vibrant and fun Maaike and thanks for linking up at AAA Cards. Sarah x

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  3. Love the colours and the pop of colour with the Kraken. Thanks for playing along with us at AAA Cards!

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  4. Beautiful, the colours are brilliant, layout perfect.

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  5. Oh I love this card! That kraken is adorable! The way you did the background really makes him pop. Love the added sequins for bubbles too. :-)

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  6. tee hee hee! This card just jumps out of the AAA gallery!

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  7. I saw your card on AAA blog... ADORABLE!!! Love the design, colors, super sweet image... PERFECT CAS! :o)

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  8. I love this card! I actually just recently got this stamp set myself. It's really great to see different takes on how to use it :)

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  9. I love it. It's clean and simple.

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