Steampunk Jelly Fish Cards

Hi everyone

Thank you to everyone who left comments on my last blog post.  You guys are so generous with your time and your comments are always appreciated.

Today I would like to share some cards I have made with Chocolate Baroque’s new Steampunk Funky Fish…I am so addicted to these stamps.

FloLangleyDec Steampunk Cards 005AI stamped the Jelly Fish, masked them and added the Brusho powders to make the background. The card was then made up as seen.  Really quick and easy.

FloLangleyDec Steampunk Cards 009aFor the second card I stamped my Jelly Fish, masked them and then stamped the clocks. I made up the card as seen just adding a little bit of color to the tops of the Jelly Fish and stamping the “Bon Voyage”.

FloLangleySteampunkJellyFish 009bFor the third card I stamped the Jelly Fish, masked them and then created the background using a stencil and Distress Inks.
I then just stamped the “travelling” and made up the card as seen.

A big thank you and a warm welcome to all of the new followers of my blogs.  I shall be around over the next few days for a catch up and to say Helloooo!!

Thank you for looking.
Always great to have your company.

Take care
Florence x

8 comments

  1. Been ill and busy, so waay behind reading and commenting on blogs! Love these cards, thought wow! when I saw the first one. And the next, and the third! Great stamps, you really show their versatility here.

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  2. I agree with Linda, Florence, these really are fabulous! I love the first one in particular, I guess because of the way the background came out and it looks so good with the jelly fish stamps. Hope you are doing well.

    Hugs,
    Marianne

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  3. I love the way you have used the same image for these cards, just changing the background makes all the difference

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  4. Oh wow – well, I was caught by the post title, and so glad I was! Those jelly fish are amazing, and the blue background is spectacular – my favourite Brusho background I’ve seen so far! Love the clock version too – very cool cards.
    Alison xx

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