Hello!  I have a quick post today to share the card I’ve made for the current challenges at CAS(E) this Sketch! and Less is More.  I made a watercolor wash with distress ink and cut it with dies to simulate a river.  The otters were stamped on a scrap of white cardstock, colored, fussy cut, and adhered into place.  I think my husband liked this card when I gave it to him last night for our anniversary.  Since this is my newest favorite stamp, I’m going to enter this into the current Addicted to CAS challenge, too.

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Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:
Stamps: Christmas Like No Otter [for Simon Says Stamp] (Lawn Fawn)
Cardstock: Naturals Ivory (Stampin’ Up); Solar White (Neenah); Artistico Extra White watercolor paper (Fabriano)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento); Faded Jeans Distress Ink (Tim Holtz)
Other: Landscape Trio dies (Mama Elephant); dimensionals (SU)

5 Responses to “to my significant otter”

  1. Super sweet take on the sketch!

  2. Aww… how otterly adorable. Besides you making this for him, I can see why you husband loves it. The watercolouring is beautiful and die cutting to create the river was a great idea. Love the punny sentiment. Really sweet card, Patricia. Oh, and happy anniversary too. Thank you for joining us this week at Less is More. Trina :)

  3. Such a terrific way to interpret the challenge. So sweet! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

  4. Oooooh! you’ve got a fantastic watery look from those water coloured strips of blue Patricia. I bet your hubby really did love this card. Beautifully CAS with that wonderful layout and your colouring on the otters is a dream. Thank you so much for popping this in to us at Less is More xx

  5. Such darling critters and I can see why they’re your current fave :) Beautiful watercoloring and lovely CAS design! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!

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