Dinosaur Birthday

Hello there. The Alphabet Challenge has reached the letter ‘O’ , and the theme chosen by Helen is ‘Outdoors’. Here is my take on ‘outdoors’:

I decided to create a scene using Clearly Besotted stamps.

I stamped the background scene first, then stamped it again on some masking paper, masked it off, and ink blended the blue sky. I did consider some splatters and some stars – but decided to leave the blue clear clear.

As this was drying, I stamped and coloured the dinosaurs, and let my Scan-n-cut do it’s work – I’m not a fussy cutter when it comes to images like this, and the scan-n-cut does a great job – if I set it up right and stick down the card properly (my mat is a little less tacky than I would like)!

I then die cut the background panel with a Catherine Pooler die, stuck it down to a card base, stamped the sentiment, and then added my two little creatures.

I hope you are able to join us, it would be great to see what your interpretation of the theme ‘Outdoors’ is….. xx

I shall be entering the following challenges:

The Sisterhood Of Crafters – Happy Birthday

Addicted To Stamps and More – make your mark

Seize The BirthdayBirthdayoption to use stencils (option not taken)

Avenue 613 – anything goes

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9 thoughts on “Dinosaur Birthday

  1. Such an adorable birthday card ! Your little scene is so cute and your colouring amazing. Love this fun sentiment too. Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at ATSM.

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  2. What a wonderful birthday card! Such a great scene you created for your adorable dinosaurs. Thank you for playing with us at the Sisterhood of Crafters Challenge and hope you can join in again soon.
    Debbie
    Secrets To Stamping
    Join my Creative Creases Challenge for fun folds!

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  3. What a great scene for a birthday card, Lynda! I love the funny sentiment which would be so suitable for many of my cards these days lol! Good for you on using the Scan n Cut to cut the images out. I bought mine to cut down on my use of dies but I haven’t mastered it yet and the mats often let me down.
    Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM.
    Hugs
    Carol x

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