Saturday, April 21, 2018

Croc


I love the Picture Book animals from Simon Says Stamp, they are so much fun. I actually blended some Oxides to make my Crocodile. I'm pretty sure the main body is Lucky Clover but the yellowy green could be Twisted Citron.  Note to self make a note of the colours.

Its the same with the blues could be Broken China and Salty Ocean. I saw someone's card using the Picture Book Sky Background with white clouds overlapping, loved that idea wish my brain wasn't like a sieve and remembered who did this.

I decided to use the Pretty Pink Posh Stitched Borders 4 die to make a fancy waves. All it need now was a sentiment I used the Simon Says stamp Happy die and stamped the Birthday using the Simon Says Stamp Happy stamp set, I actually keep the two together.

The latest Simon Say Stamp Fluttering By has a Lion and Squirrel in their latest Picture Book dies, my craft wallet couldn't afford the Otter as well, anyway they arrived yesterday but the sunshine is calling me I wonder how long I can resist.






8 comments:

  1. Oh, I just love this sweet crocodile card :)

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  2. This is such a fun image Debby and love the way you have created the waves to go with the crocodile and beautifully coloured with your oxide inks, and the sweet white clouds stand out really well. x

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  3. A FAbulous card, love teh cock and the clouds out of the "hole". Yep! Summer doesn't her in the UK, this might be all we have so take advantage of the wonderful weather.
    Faith
    x

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  4. This is fantastic Debby, such a lovely chap, he looks like he should be in a storybook xx

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  5. Wonderful card Debby..

    luv CHRISSYxx

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  6. Definitely a fun card! Those oxide inks look amazing.

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  7. Heee I LOVE this! I've had that croc on my wish list - he looks fab amongst your gorgeous waves!

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