Thursday, July 17, 2014

We All Live in a Yellow Submarine...



Well, not really! {giggle} I had so much fun as the June Guest Designer at The Rubber Cafe, that I came back for one more month! When I saw the July Creative Cafe Kit, A Whole Water Fun, I knew I had to play along! I love the stamps and the papers, but...with a "punny" title like that, how could I NOT join in?!


I created this cute card with the submarine stamp from the Under the Sea stamp set. I had to add the sentiment from Fun in the Sun add-on set. Get it....you live in a tiny sub and you "wish they were here"?! {giggle} My 13 year old thought it was funny! {grin}

To make this card, visit The Rubber Cafe Blog for a "tiny tutorial"!


I used some Glossy Accents to make the porthole look like it was made of glass. I used a decorative die template that had a water drop shape around the edges. I glued a few of the "water drops" to the main image. 


The dimension is nice, not too thick. I just love the blue paper peeking out from behind the yellow.


I like the font for the sentiment. It's very casual and fun!


I added a white panel to the inside of the card, with a thin strip of the fish scale paper attached to the bottom. I couldn't resist stamping the Under the Sea sentiment at the bottom!


Stamps: The Rubber Cafe Creative Cafe July Kit of the month Under the Sea, Fun in the Sun
Paper: The Rubber Cafe Creative Cafe July Kit of the month Echo Park Walking on Sunshine 6x6 pad
Cardstock: Bazzill Daisy, Bazzill Bling Glitz from the kit; Copic Xpress It Blender Card White
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black; Ranger Distress Tumbles Glass
Markers: Copic
Paint: Ranger Distres Picket Fence
Adhesive: Scotch 3M ATG tape; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares; Ranger Glossy Accents
Embellishments: Ribbon from the kit
Tools: Spellbinders Standard Circles Small and Large, Tear Drop Circle; My Favorite Things Die-namics Sentiment Strips, Polka Dot Cover-Up

3 comments:

  1. Adorable! I squealed a little when I saw the water droplets you added to the submarine. And the layered background that looks like bubbles! So fun!

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  2. Adorable card, love the die cut front panel letting the paper peek through too. ~Diane

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  3. This is just so fun...and so you with all the wonderful details you built in! Love it!

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