At CHA I did some coloring of a watery background for this little shark….so guess what? I had to explore a little more and see if I could make that water look transparent! Thanks to Jamie from Avery Elle for providing me with this stamp set when I fell in love with it! 🙂 🙂 🙂
Copic Coloring Transparent Water
It’s one thing to make water look like water. But step that up just a little notch more – and see if you can try this one. Make the water look like it’s actually in front of the shark! It could look a bit distracting if he was fully submerged, so I left his head peeping out over the top of the water. But you can try this with any number of fish or shark stamps too! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
I just love cards that work for guys – not too many stamps have such a snarky attitude to them like this set does!
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- Stamps: Avery Elle Hello Chum (coordinating die)
- Inks: Avery Elle Pigment Ink Pad, Strawberry Dy inks: New Moon (black), Truffle (brown), Fog (Grey)
- Papers: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, 25 pk, Crafter’s Companion Shimmering Cardstock, Black Pearl
- Dies: Avery ELLE-ments, Double Pierced Rectangles
- Adhesive; Scotch Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape
- Coloring Mediums: