Smile crocodile

Hope you are having a nice Sunday- I'm feeling pretty tired but I think that's just because the last few weeks have been so busy but now the hols have started I should get a good chance to re-charge my batteries. So, onto today's card. This was made using inspiration from the following challenges: Sweet stampin challenge- monocromatic, pile it on- tags and last but not least a new-to-me blog- The Paper Players- sketch.

I used a sentiment and image from a Hero Arts stamp set-Playful animals and added some Marion Emberson leaf stamps- all stamped with Bamboo leaves memento ink. The croc was coloured with Promarkers. I also used the ink to ink the edges of the tag too (which I hand cut and punched with my cropadile!) THe sentiment was edged with a cuttlebug die-cut wonky green circle. Finally, the background paper is from the STOMP paper pad by MME.

Thanks for lookin in, 



Rebecca x

8 comments:

  1. Oh this is super cute!!!! Thanks for playing along with us at the Paper Players!

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  2. Well that crocodile made me smile!! so cute!
    Lorraine x

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  3. Fabulous stamping Rebecca well done he is kinda cute ....... Fab card Hugs Elaine

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  4. Too cute - just love it. Thanks so very much for joining us at the Pile it ON Challenge this week.

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  5. Love all the shades of green and the bamboo leaves trimming the tag. Great coloring job on the gator too! Thanks so much for joining us at The Paper Players!

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  6. Fun card Rebecca. Love all the shades of green & your happy little croc! Hope that you enjoyed playing along with The Paper Players this week & that you join us again soon. :)

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  7. ))) Your card with this sentiment make me smile ))) Beautiful card.
    Thank you for joining us at Sweet Stampin` “Monochrome” Challenge and we hope to see you again soon.
    Hugs
    Natali

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  8. If a crocodile can be cute then you have done it! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Sweet Stampin - a perfect card for our monochromatic challenge.

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