I had to try the octopus - so cool. I know my next one will be better.
Sponged distress oxides and non-oxides on the bg, stenciled i some more colors, then water distressed and sponged on some more. The layered in the sponged and sprayed die cuts and seashell.
The octopus was so fun to make. I have to tell you a funny story. I told hubby I didn't have any meat thawed out, and he told me to just eat what I wanted and he would eat something later. Then I remembered I had some sausage and made some sausage and peppers. He came in the kitchen and asked what I had in the oven. I told him I had some octopus. I then pulled out this sculpture - wow the look on his face was so fun!
Date: Sunday, May 3, 2020 GMT Views: 349
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Mon, May 04, 2020 @ 4:22 PM
What a fabulous card this is Nancy! Your background and underwater scene is just incredible and oh man, this octopus is absolutely incredible! Thank you for sharing the tutorial on this too. My husband and I are both laughing about your "octopus" story - that's a good one! Tee hee. ~Karen.
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Sun, May 10, 2020 @ 8:20 AM
Nancy, you did a WONDERFUL JOB on this! I found this video quite some time ago & LOVED IT TOO!!! Still haven't done the Mixed Media Piece I was planning, but hey, it WILL HAPPEN! LOL Your card came out WONDERFULLY! And your hubby story is FUN TOO! With all the crafting we do, they MAY THINK we eat it too! LOL A SUPER JOB & BIG INKY HUGS for your SWEET VISIT!!! <3