Well I decided on this one: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com...4384cf2d49.jpg
Only because I JUST GOT this die from my local store, The Cat's Meow, yesterday! I just had to use it! I really like it a lot too! I got out some old bgs that were basically junked and revived them. One, I could not use as a bg., It would not have been good for that, so I die cut the ocean scene from it. The other one was the bg I did use as a bg. It is, (I have no idea how I did it because it was so long ago I can't remember), perfect for an underwater scene, I think anyway. My biggest problem was that when I did this bg (probably 15 years ago) the product was sticky and I stacked my bg's too soon. They all had white paper stuck to them and really unusable so I figured, what the heck it is no good anyway, so I sprayed it with water then rubbed it...the paper came right off and did NOT ruin the bg. Woohoo! Yippee Skippee!
I don't know if you can see the sentiment very well, it says "Live life as though it was created for you" which, of course, it was...my life was created for me anyway!!
I added some fiberous stuff at the bottom to simulate seaweed to finish this card off.
Thanks for looking!
Date: Saturday, April 25, 2015 GMT Views: 1398
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Sat, Apr 25, 2015 @ 10:44 AM
Oh my goodness I love your underwater, Love the new die cut. I so wish there was a scrapbook store near me that sells neat stuff but alas they have all closed up and moved out. :( Love your added fibers on this too. Stunning card Robin. So glad the stuck paper came off as this is so perfect for the bottom of the ocean.
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Sat, Apr 25, 2015 @ 3:09 PM
I am in awe that you saved the background for 15 years LOL. Everything about this is fabulous. I have never seen this incredible die, I love how you used the recycled mixed media card. The fibre at the bottom completes this incredible underwater scene my friend.
Don't take your organs to heaven - heaven knows we need them here.