Wishes and fishes...improper grammar, I know! But don't you just think of it!!!
The adorable digital image is provided by Sparkle N Sprinkle, the prize sponsor for #218's make your own background and/or die/punches themed challenge for The Crafter's Café Challenge blog. Link is further in the post, just below my DT badge:
I decided to use these newly purchased plastic textured rubbing plates to make the upper background half. I used the scalloped/fish scale pattern using gray and gray/blue crayons with some yellow and yellow-green ones for the base and then stronger teal blue crayons with a wave pattern=
Shout-outs to the following groups or blogs:
a. CKC blog (bottom background cardstock was pulled to be part of my April 2019 mini kit)
b. The small section of blue/green/white cardstock was also part of April 2019 CKC blog mini kit; LINK= https://counterfeitkitchallenge.blogspot.com/2019/04/april-2019-mini-kit-reveal-and-projects.html
c. This blog posting will be shared on my Facebook accounts and with the group "Paper, Paper, Paper & DT calls"
d. Sketch design was tweaked from SNS/Sketches N Scrap #25 by Kelly H (gem dots instead of clouds; horizontal placement instead of vertical; sentiment area reduced to the small rectangle scrap section; circle grid area replaced with the rectangle 2 kissing fish image; and 2 flowers replaced with gem dots; my crayon wave textured paper replaces the yellow; the diagonal striped cardstock replaces the green; and the bling mesh replaces the gray ribbon seen on this provided sketch:
e. current challenge until May 10th at Not Just Cards Challenge Blog: http://notjustcardschallenges.blogspot.com/2019/04/april-challenge-and-results-of-march.html
g. Facebook closed group: Mixed Media Creativity
thanks for reading my blog post and seeing what I created for design team inspiration for TCCC blog! This is my 2nd DT creation for them! Use the TCCC link up above to take you there so you can see what the rest of the crew created and get more details about this particular challenge and how to participate as a crafter.
Crafting in the USA heartland,