Here Fishy Fishy

This guy is from river city rubber works... I've had him for years and years so, this is the first time I've colored him. ( he's usually just brown line art on things from me) He was stamped with vintage sepia versafine on classic cream and colored with copic's
fish has the following colors: B000,YG00,YG91,93, E31, BG90, RV00
This is on an size 8 shipping tag that was distressed a while back, took an always artichoke marker to the yellow re-inforcer to blend it better with this image. That blue ribbon is from martha stewart and the chocolate hemp string is from walmart. the green staples came from walmart also. Sentiments from gina k designs, the burlap is a piece from a wider ribbon. frayed it a bit.
Another one of those never tried to color it images, this ones and PSX co-ho salmon. stamped in olympia green versafine colored with the following copic's :
YG91, 93
some stardust and copper colored jellyrollpens. ( this is only visible when you tilt it) using those new light box lights I am not seeing bling no matter how i tilt something. the distress ink colors on this one are antique linen and tumbled glass. this ones 5X7 in real life. usually i build the layers for the card front with cardstock but this one I stitched that burlap ribbon direct to the paper adventures paper ( thin stuff) so the atg gun really wrinkled it when I was applying that to the back so... almost thought you should wrinkle all the edges to blend it and then just thought. ha, its probably gonna be a guy card. ( and hubs opinion is for most guys you could just stamp guy card on the front and call it good and they would be ok with that) (I'm rolling my eyes)
so, this ones 5X7 in real life.

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