Sunday, 31 July 2016

Catch a Fish

Hello.  Welcome.  It's been a weekend for visitations.  Lots of visitors.  Nice to see them.  But 20 UFO's litter my crafty space!!  So I am hoping to share a few with you this evening.  This tag was actually inspired by a fb group challenge and is a result of a search through the die box for a missing tag die.  I spotted these fish dies from spellbinders and thought they would make a fun and unusual tag

I smeared some blue card with Mermaid Lagoon distress ink and cut one large and two small fish using the spellbinders dies.  I stamped the shell from Rubber Dance Retro Beach once on the small fish and many times on the big fish and embossed with gold ep.  I added some lines of gold embossing to big fish's tail and also edged the fish with gold ep.  Some googly eyes and funky wool for to attach my fishes to my package.  Blub, blub!!

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Fashionable Stamping Challenge 113 - Under The Sea
The Artistic Stamper Creative Team Challenge - All Things Bright and Beautiful
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Add Some Texture
Scrapy Land Challenge 46 - Emboss it
MFP Stamps Challenge 31 - Anything Goes


  1. Love your fish tag, Gail! Fun idea to use my shell stamp to add scales on the fishes. Looks great in gold embossed against the blue. Cute eyes, too!

  2. What a fun tag! They turned out awesome and, as always, I love seeing your entries at MFP Stamps Challenges!!

  3. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing with us at MFP Stamps Challenge.

  4. Blub blub, indeed!!! This is FIN-tastic!!! What a fun tag. I adore the gold embossing. Using the shell stamp for scales is genius!! Great work!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  5. Handsome fish Love it TFS MFP sc Lis

  6. So creative! Love this. Thanks for sharing at FSC!

  7. Love these - such fun, funky fish tags..thanks so much for sharing with us at FSC...Esther xx


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