I have been having sooo much fun colouring the adorable images from the Lawn Fawn stamp set “Critters from the Past“. I have started to turn the images into cards. Over the next couple of days, I will share some more of my card creations.
I think this is what I would call a typical “Kylie” card – a nice little scene card. I really wanted to add an orange panel under the scene but I just couldn’t find/make the right shade. Decided to go with the coordinating purple instead. It is quite a soft card.
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You give me far too much credit, Kylie! I think I would fumble trying to turn these cute Lawn Fawn dinos into ferocious beasts XD
Speaking of cute, your card is absolutely adorable!!! Love your coloring, love the palette even more and the scene just rocks. What a fab idea to make your own patterned paper with tone-on-tone stamping!
Oh no, not at all, Elle! If anyone could do it, it would be you. Then again, they are so cute, why would you want them to be scary….because you can! lol Thanks so much. 🙂
such another cute Dino card
really if my son look this he will ask me Mom why dont you make a dino card..hehe I dont have cute Dino stamp at my stash
your coloring is wonderful
why dont you join some challenges Kylie..
you have great talent at making cute scene and great coloring too..
hope you join some challenges and your blog will full with ladies who visiting you and leaving you some comment..
Love your post this is so sweet
Oh Monika, you really are too sweet. Your lovely comments have made me smile! 🙂
Secretly this is my fave from the 3 Dino-cards 🙂
lol It was mine too until I made the shaker and now I can’t decide.
Tee hee…your dinos are most definitely *not* of the Jurassic Park ilk! Super sweet, impeccably coloured and just down-right adorable! The ‘hint of romance’ in their coy little expressions is precious! The purple panel works wonderfully! Love it!
lol As soon as I read your comment I thought to myself – I wonder if I could make them scary. I don’t think I could. I bet Elle could. She’s amazing at transforming stamps. Thanks again, sweet C! 🙂
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