Hi everyone. Today's card is uses a Tiddly Inks digital stamp image called Peanut Butter and Jelly Fish. On a personal note, I love SpongeBob so this image made me think of him and jelly fishing. Anyway, our zoo has an aquarium with jellyfish and the last time I was there I saw this gorgeous orange jellyfish so that is how I modeled my image. I colored him using my Artist Loft colored pencils. I used orange, light orange, and dark orange. I used gamsol to smooth out the color. Then I took my orange Zig real brush marker and colored the "head". I wanted that part to be bright. I took my clear Spectrum Noir Sparkle pen and went over the coloring so it was sparkly. This image comes with three little fish but I wanted
just the Jelly fish. I trimmed out and around the fish. I tried on another card to trim between the tentacles but that didn't work for me so I left some white showing. I adhere the jelly fish to the card with an action wobbler so he moves...squeeeeee. I adhere him to a water color piece that I did using Bristol smooth water color paper. I used two of my Zig Clean Real Color water brush markers. I used Blue and Cobalt blue. I took the markers and made wavy lines on the card stock and then took my water pen and blended the color until I liked how it looked. Be careful when you use your Wink of Stella or your Spectrum Noir Sparkle pen because it will reactivate the ink. Found this out the hard way. I adhered some Doodlebug Sprinkle enamel dots to make it kind of look like bubbles and then adhere the water color piece to a standard A2 card base in Tangelo from Stampin' UP. I didn't put a sentiment on it because I figured I could use it for just about any kind of card so I wanted to leave my options open. This card is being used for DT submission to Tiddly Inks. I will like the info here as well. Check out the Tiddly Inks site for all your digital images. Thanks for stopping by.