This is our inspiration--
I decided to go in a literal vein, so I did an underwater scene of my own.
It looks like this--
I used so many stamps sets on this thing, I can't even tell you all of them. The start, though happens at the center of the smallest circle, with grasses in several colors, then gets to the second level, here you find coral.
Then outward to those purple things-(sea anemones, maybe?), and finally to the clump of sea growth in the front.
I put the layers through an embossing folder before stacking them and attaching the sea life images. Lots of foam adhesive used on this one, for sure!
The bubbles are white gel pen and glitter pen, and I tore and colored some vellum strips to give the idea of movement underwater. The little fishies are colored with copics, and then embossed with holographic embossing powder.
This one was a BIG amount of work, and it actually looked like it would hit the bin at several steps along the way. Overall, I am happy with it, though. Perseverance is a good thing, sometimes!
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