Monday, 20 February 2012

Under the Sea

      This weeks challenge at Little Hands Challenge blog is to create a card with under the sea challenge, i had lots of fun with this challenge, i used a tilda mermaid,seahorse and seagull stamp and coloured them in with my promarkers. i cut some sky paper with clouds on for my sky, then some yellow for the beach and put dots on so it looked like sand, them used a bossing bord to make waves on blue card to be the sea, i got a decked chair and umbrella sticker to put on my beach and cut a circle out for my sun, this is my card..
We had lots of fun making our cards, i am making one using my new la-la stamp tonight for their challenge.
so this card is for the challenge
my sister has got put her card up now
Macka-Doodle xx


klm said...

Soooo creative! You did a great job colouring and I really like the shiny sun in the corner!
Thanks for joining us at Little Hands Challenge Blog!!!
: ) Kellie, Miss E and P.K.

Cheryl said...

Your beach scene is adorable! I love the sun and waves. With our winter cold, I wish I could pop right in to this scene and soak up some sun.

Thank you for joining my blog candy give away. I corrected the links as you requested.

Krafty Hugzz Kenzi x said...

Fab card sweetie, I love seeing u create ur little cards, your smile when you finish is addictive, I love u sooo much hunny, huge hugz, Mummy xx

inkydoodlecrafts said...

Another gorgous card and love the theme can't wait to get to the beach in the summer, thank you for linking it up at Jellypark Juniors and goodluck :o).

Anonymous said...

Wowie!!! I had to zoom in to look at all these gorgeous details - you sure worked hard on your card and you can tell - it's beautiful ! Love the seagull, the seahorse and Tilda stamps are so pretty too! Excellent job - thanks for joining us at Little Hands Challenge Blog - it sure was fun having you join us :-) Good luck!!

Toomie said...

Hi Macka. its the first time i look at your blog and it is awesome. I really love this card because you got the whole idea of the ocean.