September 29, 2015

CCC #166



It's time for a new Cue Card at CASology!
This week's Cue is:


My science this week is marine biology--lol I sponged some Salty Ocean Distress Ink in the bottom corner of my card front. Then I stamped some seaweed over the water and popped up the fishie stamped with coral ink. I balanced the design by putting the sentiment in the opposite corner of the card front.

What kind of science are you going to use for your card this week?



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28 comments :

Ardyth said...

LOL! Clever! Love the soft sponging for the water!

Hannelie said...

I didn't even think this far whilst I had my thinking cap on!
Fabulous take on the cue Tracey!

KayM said...

Just adorable! Love that cute fish, the funny sentiment, and your subtle ink blending!!

hazelspaperdesigns said...

VERY clever Tracey! Am a sucker for a good pun too!!

Alanna said...

Super cute card Tracey. I love the card design.

Annette Allen said...

so cute.. that fish is adorable..

Marybeth said...

Great idea to use this sweet fish for biology.....this I could do. Darling card Tracey!

Marybeth said...

Forgot to say how much I love your very slight water,perfect!

I Card Everyone said...

This one is going to test my knowledge, Tracey! LOve your chosen field!
=]

Linda said...

Very tough challenge, but your card is so adorable.

Shannon McComb said...

So cute!!! Love your subtle ink blending!! So pretty !!

sandie said...

First off-thanks for choosing my card for HM last week-so thrilled. And this week your card is perfect-great balance and I especially love the soft sponging for the water x

Laura Norris said...

Marine biology was a great idea! Love the soft blue water with your bright fish!

Nora N. said...

I love your choice of sciences!! This car is adorable. Love the light shading behind that adorable fish!!

Jen W. said...

Oooh! Clever take on the cue word, Tracey! I've been eyeing that MFT set for a while - might be time for some shopping… :D

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loveeeeeeeee this! LOVING the fish!!!!!!!

Lisa said...

Ha ~ too cute Tracey!! I like the way you roll!!

TK Watson said...

Marine biology - yes! Great card, great balance.

Joyce said...

Fantastic card, and I love how you did the water and seaweed. I wish I had thought of marine biology--that's a really fun and clever way to do science.

Deepti said...

Awwww so lovely and creative :) I love the soft inking !!

Kelly Griglione said...

Hey Tracey! First of all, way to go on getting your new craft room functional! It's NO FUN at all to move, let alone move a craft room in the middle of deadlines. We just moved ourselves after 18 years ... as you know that's a lot of stuff! Hopefully your light box will surface soon. Not that you need it, but it's no fun to be missing items. I recently found the last missing item that I was searching for and boy did that feel good.

Anyway, love the salty ocean you've got going on for your, umm, ocean. LOVE your combination of red and green against that blue. Striking!

Anita in France said...

Brilliant Tracey ... clever choice of science ... crisp and CAS ... and so cute! Hugs, Anita :)

Donna said...

So clever... and cute, too :)

Barb Ghig said...

You are so clever, Tracey! I love this sweet little fish and the puny sentiment is perfect! You really are the Queen of CAS!!!

Judy1223 said...

Ah, yes, a Marine Biologist! Reminds me of that Seinfeld episode (see here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0u8KUgUqprw ) Funny! I love your sweet fish popped up and that funny sentiment! Cute!

Tracie Pond said...

This is clever and amazing. Salt water fish are so pretty, as your fish is!

wienerhoneymooners said...

I think you are a big enabler ---lol!!!
Kidding, however some of your cards really make be grab to order online!!!
This one makes me want this set, LOVE this sweet CAS card!!!

cm said...

I'm not much for fish images (or birds, for that matter), but your fish here has certainly caught my eye! He's actually quite handsome, swimming about in his salty ocean...
Hugs~c