Monday, July 11, 2016

Dino Days


Supplies and notes:
  • Chevron background created by daubing (sponging) DI through a masked Martha Stewart stencil.  The DIs used were: Brushed Croduroy, Stormy Sky, and Crushed Olive
  • The t-rex is an old kid-stamp found in one of the storage rooms at school... it's inexpensive foam with a paper cover... been around for decades.  For these cards, it was inked with Ranger Archival in Jet Black and Tim's Distress Archival MM pad in Ground Espresso
  • The little party hats are cut from scraps... BasicGrey and Jillibean scraps, I believe...
  • Enamel dots and hearts are from two packages: Prima and MME
  • I either hand-wrote the greeting or it was stamped with a stamp from Target's dollar bins
I plan to enter these guys into the following challenges:


  1. It never stops to amaze me what a difference just a change of color can do to a design! These are so cool. Always struggling to make cards for teenaged boys and young men, these would be perfect for that age group.

  2. Love these fun dino cards! So awesome or should I say RAWR-some! ;D Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

  3. Hi Mimi! No 'dorky' dinosaur here. Roaring good fun for any age! Adore the party hats.

  4. amazing look with that different color but same image and chevron
    you know what my son loves so much dino
    and this can be for boys card Mimi
    great made!!

  5. I just adore a party T-Rex! LOL! These are 3 awesome cards! Thanks for joining in the fun at Just Us Girls!

  6. Great dino cards - Thanks for joining in at JUGS~

  7. Straight out of a downtown boutique! You rock!