I thought the fish looked worried about the cat...I knew the cat was there watching somewhere, so I decided to stamp on acetate and do the floating image technique so the cat is visible behind the fish bowl. With floating image, you put part of the image cut out on the stamped acetate so it appears to "float". I also used a sharpie to make the fish bowl blue and used an opaque white marker to give the outline a little more definition.
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Registered: February 8, 2004 Location: So CA Posts: 1388
Fri, May 20, 2005 @ 8:45 PM
Great idea! Love the floating window!
Die Cut Diva
Registered: June 14, 2004 Location: Portage, MI Posts: 3407
Sun, May 22, 2005 @ 7:53 AM
WOW! This is BEAUTIFUL!!! You and your gorgeous watercoloring... what's your secret? Years of art training? Divine gift? These cards are amazing, and I would love to see what this card looks like open!
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After 11 years as a demo, guess I'm not so"new" anymore!
Registered: April 19, 2005 Location: In my stamp room getting ink on my fingers! Posts: 5084
Wed, Jun 01, 2005 @ 9:02 PM
Beautiful card! If I'm understanding your directions correctly the fish bowl was stamped on acetate and cut out and then placed over the stamped cat image? I'm really new at this and am just amazed at your cards!
Registered: July 9, 2003 Location: Set into the baseboard of your stamping room Posts: 18361
Thu, Jun 02, 2005 @ 9:02 AM
NOpe...the fish in the bowl was stamped on acetate first, then the fish was stamped again on white cardstock, cut out, then applied to the back of the acetate. The acetate is adhered behind the punched window on the cardfront, then the cat is stamped on the interior of the card and shows through the window.
For better directions, this is a technique I got out of Technique Junkies Newsletter. If you are interested in subscribing, go to http://www.patstamps.com