Welcome to my stop on the Create a Smile Video Hop celebrating the kit release! There’s a limited quantity of kits available, so if you want one – jump on it tomorrow when they’re available. For my card today, I’ve used some of the stamps and the stencil to make a cute scene – a rainbow jellyfish “smack”!
Watch the video below or click HERE to watch in HD on YouTube!
If you’re interested in more information on Copic Airbrush, I put together a Buyers Guide a while back so you can figure out what you need to get started!
What? A smack of rainbow jellyfish?
Yes! A group of jellyfish can be called a smack, a bloom, or a swarm…but I like smack best! The right term for the creatures is jellies, since they are not actually fish. There are jelly-like creatures that don’t sting, such as comb jellies, that are not “true” jellies….and some jellies have a sting so powerful it can kill a person; others can sting you and you’d never even know. A little more trivia:
- A jelly’s size is determined by its food source. If it has plenty to eat it will grow. If it doesn’t have lots of food available, it won’t starve; it simply won’t get bigger.
- Jellies only have one hole, so everything — food, poop, babies, everything — goes in and out of that hole.
- If a jelly stings you, forget the old advice to pee on it! Scrape off any remaining pieces of tentacle with something like a credit card (not your hand!), then cover the area with vinegar, meat tenderizer, or even mustard.
You have a chance to win the entire kit on the Create A Smile Blog so you can make your own rainbow jellyfish! Kits are limited…so be sure to check in right away tomorrow when they go live!
- Create A Smile
- Vicky Papaioannou
- Michelle Short
- Sandy Allnock
- Francine Vuilléme
- Justine Hovey
- Nichol Magouirk
- Stephanie Klauck
- Nicole Picadura
Hope you enjoyed my little rainbow jellyfish smack – check out the ones on Google!