Aquarium Card
by Olga Direktorenko

Hi, Olga here, thanks for stopping by!

The project I am showcasing today is a shaker card. The idea and performance is really simple, it's the choice of materials that makes it interesting - I used some real sea shells to fill in the shaker and natural cork sheet to create a frame. The goldfish is cut out of shiny mirror cardstock and the whole thing is accentuated by the dimensional clear droplets.

This card is also a bit smaller than the regular one and measures 3 1/4'' x 4 1/5''.

Please scroll down for some close up photos as well as the step by step VIDEO tutorial!

Aquarium Card 1

Aquarium Card 2

I hope you enjoyed watching and found some ideas worth trying! Have a great day! Bye!Olga Floral Signature copy





Hi Olga, I'm loving this card, shakers are my favourites and I'm really loving the fine detail on the Koi carp die-cut, and I'm amazed at these teeny tiny shells, I have never seen shells so tiny. I love the bottom of the shaker, it looks a little like 'frog spawn', I'm looking forward to watching exactly how you created this beauty.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Gut mornin’ dear Olga! Oh how I love your creative mind! The small card is a close up view of a fish bowl! The idea of using the small micro beads for sand is perfect! The textures within this card make me want to continue to admire it! The wave! The fun of it all, makes me want to hug u so some of ur creative juices come to me! Thank u for the inspiration! ❤️

Wow the fish actually looks like floating !! AWESOME !

I love this card Olga - it reminds me of the ocean and you've got me dreaming of far away places today! Gorgeous!

Olga, this is BEAUTIFUL! I LOVE the wavy background you created with the Waverly Collage Die! AND the sea shells & glass micro beads are PERFECT for this little fish! I also LOVE your choice of cork! BEAUTIFUL WORK!!! ;)

OH WOW this is such a cool creation Olga! You are so creative ... love it!

I love all of your cards. This shaker card is over the top good.

Wow this is amazing, I love this so much , Olga!

Magnifique !!! Quelle originalité !!

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