I made this card using Beware by Dustin Pike. The center image projects out from the card front about an inch on an accordion strip and bobbles.
Main Stamp: Beware (DPD)
Patterned Paper: Witches Brew Luster Eye See You (Cloud9Design)
-words: YG00, YG01, YG03, YG05
-other: B12, B14, B16, 0, W1, W3, YR000, YR01, YR12, YR16, R22, R24, R29, E51, E53
Did you know? The Ostrich is a large flightless bird native to Africa and is the only living species of its family or its genus. The Ostrich is farmed around the world, particularly for its feathers, which are decorative and are also used as feather dusters.
Here’s another Dustin Pike dragon – with his teddy in hand, he looks ready for the first day of school. Must be Preschool. The challenge was to create a card or project based on the sketch provided and an anything goes challenge.
Challenge: Mercy’s Tuesday Sketch – Challenge #85
Challenge: Stampin’ for the Weekend – Challenge #45
Main Stamp: Goth Dragon (DPD)
Patterned Paper: Grade School (DCWV)
Spellbinders: Nestabilities Large & Small Octagons
-dragon: R22, R24, R27, R29, YR21, YR12, YR14
-bear: G20, G21, G24, Y32, Y35
-clothes: W02, W04, W06, W08, BV01, BV02, BV04
-other: E50, E51, BV01, BV02, BV04, Y32, Y35
Did you know? “Invictus” is a 2009 biographical drama film based on events in South Africa before and during the 1995 Rugby World Cup, hosted in that country following the dismantling of apartheid and directed by Clint Eastwood.
This digital stamp is actually a freebie created by Dustin Pike. Just passing along a great find – he has loads of fun images at Doodle Dragon Studios – and at a great price too! (Especially the “left over” 2009 images which are $30 for 233 images!) The challenge entered is to use a favorite stamp and summer theme.
Challenge: Sweet Stampin – Challenge #39
Challenge: Paper Pretties Wednesday – Challenge #18
Main Stamp: Fly A Kite (DPD)
Patterned Paper: Animal Crackers (DCWV)
Spellbinders: Nestabilities Labels Eleven
-dragon: YR20, YR21, YR12, YR14, 0
-kite: B93, B95, B97, G20, G21, G24
-sky: B0000, B000
Did you know? The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany, was commissioned by King Frederick William II of Prussia as a sign of peace and built from 1788 to 1791. Shortly after the Thirty Years’ war and a century before the gate was constructed, Berlin was a small walled city within a star fort. Relative peace, a policy of religious tolerance, and status as capital of the Kingdom of Prussia facilitated the growth of the city. Today, the Brandenburge Gate is considered one of Europe’s most famous landmarks.
[Brandenburg Gate, Wikipedia.org]