Dragon Card using Pagoda Cartridge

 

I made this for MPS Team Design Contest but since I did not get chosen I will now publish this card that I am very proud of.  I spent a lot of time on it. I has a lot of bling to it… I hope you all like it.

Here is my recipe for the card:

Pogoda Cartridge
 Cut the dragon on page 34 at 4″ using the following papers:

Red paper for red accent strip – By Paper Source
Copper paper for body of dragon- By Paper Source
White paper used for the shadow – by Cypress Fashion colors – The paper company


 The Lanterns were also cut using the Pogoda Cartridge on page 24.
They were cut at 2″
 Red paper – By Paper Source
 White paper – by Cypress Fashion colors – The paper company

Embellishments:

 Clear sequins that I had left over form my wedding dress (OMG.. that
is like 9 years ago).
 Silver and pink rhinestones from Bead Party.

The card:

 regular 8.5 x 11″ paper folded in half –  Black paper – by Bazzill
Basics – Beetle Black with texture

3D dots to raise the dragon and lanterns.


Stamp:

You are an Animal from The Pink Stamper’s Punny-licious set. It was set on a pre-cut
flower that I bought from Michael’s a long time ago.

I set each little sequin and bead using tweezers and Elmer’s Craft and

bond clear glue on the dragon once I had put it all together.

Get Whale Card

This is my first card using the Punny-licious stamps from My Pink Stamper. The card is an A2 size card using one of my pretty economy papers from Big Lots. I used the Create a Critter Whale and cut it at 3″. I used the printed eyes that I got from Joann’s. These are so cute as they have eyelashes printed right on them. I also used my Friskars punch to do the edging and a green scrap to cut the green accent on it.

 

Father’s Day Pink Stamper Challenge

TGIS (Thank God is Saturday) After all the chores I decided to relax and do a card for http://www.mypinkstamper.com/ Father’s Day Challenge. The challenge was to use brown, yellow and green colors on the card. Here is mine


I used the Potpourri Cartridge for the fishing
rod on page 55. I cut it at 1 1/2″.

The boat came from Stand and Salute cartridge on page 58. Cut at 2″. I used the cuttlebug to give it texture.

The brads are from Making Memories and the water sticker came from Me and My Big Ideas.

The “Dad is Gone Fishing” sign was cut at 1 1/2 inches (shadow) and 1″ for the salmon sign. I also used the cuttlebug to give texture to the sign.
Note the plaid paper is actually a dark yellow but it seems to show up brownish in the picture. The boat is brown and the fishing rod is green.