What the Fish!

Friday, 10 January 2014

Hi  friends,
Don't get surprised by the title. No, I'm not swearing at anyone, but I'm referring to this card I made inspired by CASology week 77- Bubbly :) Here's my take on the cue word:

Closer view




The word 'Bubbly' can have so many interpretations. I went along with the literal meaning of it. I hand drew and cut out the fish-pot after folding my required card paper into half. Then I inked the edges using tumbled glass and faded jeans distress inks. The bubbles are made by masking and inking using these same two inks. The fish is hand drawn directly on the card base(inspired by the pic of a goldfish on the internet) and coloured using distress and memento inks. Finally, the sentiment is hand written inside the bubble.
 This is my first attempt at One-layered Shaped CAS card. Would love to know your views on it.

Also linking it to :
http://onelayersimplicitychallenge.blogspot.fr/2013/12/one-layer-simplicity-challenge-1.html

Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a Fabulous Weekend!! :)

24 comments:

  1. Jasleen, I am a novice in card making, but this one actually made me scroll down till yhe end and read! Beautifully done dear...it looks very 3D! The depth in the pot, the look of the bubbles, the fish alll perfect, for me!

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  2. superb!!.. very simple and clean..... hey do u have distress marker or pad how did u colour the fish.... ? thoda tips bhi dedo :P

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  3. WHat a clever take Jasleen !! I loved the shape and your gold fish is wonderful !

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  4. This is such a cutie Jasleen :).Beautiful fish pot and very beautiful fish! Love the distressed part and the colours you've chosen are really fabulous! :)

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  5. beautiful sketching and painting, Jasleen! fish is so cute!

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  6. Superb idea Jasleen!! soo cute ..love the fish bowl card and the gold fish is adorable :)

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  7. Your fish is super...love the colors and shape is perfect

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  8. Nice card Jasleen.... loved the effects.....

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  9. That fish looks very real - love the rich colour and the shaped card! Thanks so much for joining us at CASology this week!

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  10. Both the fish and the bubbles look so lively!! Very nice card Jasleen!!

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  11. Dropped in here from casology...such a vibrant little fish...! I loved the bubbles too!

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  12. Oh so cute!! Beautifully coloured!! Love it! :)

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  13. Jasleen your card is fabulous! The shape is so fun and the goldfish and bubbles you created are gorgeous! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

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  14. What a fun take on the cue card, Jasleen ... it's so dimensional and the colours are fabulous! Great drawing and inking skills! Thanks so much for coming by my blog and leaving me a sweet comment ... it's much appreciated! Anita :)

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  15. Such an adorable and darling card - LOVE it!

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  16. Your shading on this fishbowl is so spot-on, it looks real! And so does that goldfish! Yikes, so cool! So glad you joined in the fun at CASology this week!

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  17. LOVE your creative "bubbly" fish "bowl"...my favorite for sure!!

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  18. Love your shaped fish bowl card, what a great idea. Thank you so much for joining us this week at CASology

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  19. Yay! Wow! Super and great card.. :)

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  20. This is soooo cute :) what a great job you have done!'

    Have a lovely day

    Vic x

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  21. I love this! How much fun to make the one layer a shape, and using the blue and orange creates such a nice pop for the focal point! Fun and fabulous all in one layer...you nailed it! Thanks for playing along with the One-Layer Simplicity Challenge!

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  22. Aww...this is so VERY CUTE!!! Love the fish in the bowl :)

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  23. This is really cute and very clever!

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