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Happy Sunday my crafty friends!
I am up on the Heffy Doodle blog today with this fun croc card using the Happy Snappy Crocs ste from Heffy Doodle. I love how happy this lil guy looks – and I think he is one of the most popular images in the whole collection.
There is a video that walks through how the whole card was made, but lets give you guys the run down anyway. I started by stamping some of the smaller images onto some Lawn Fawn mermaid teal cardstock using a dark teal ink pad from Simon Says Stamp. Next I used a large stitched rectangle die from Lawn Fawn to cut out an A2 panel.
I used a square die to cut a square shape out of some white cardstock and then used my trimmer to cut it into a polaroid picture frame shape. I repeated this process with grey cardstock so I could create a shadow effect.
The croc I stamped and coloured with some light coloured copic markers and I used the coordinating dies to cut him out, and then layered some vellum behind my frame. For some extra fun I cut the vellum with some cloud dies and layered them up. I added a white heat embossed greeting and also heat embossed the camera flash image onto the background – i love how it pops!
To finish the card, I added some paperclips and a strip of washi tape and then stuck mister croc onto the card using some foam tape. I also added a camera in his hand, and a few hearts to finish off the design!
Thanks so much for stopping by. To place your order for Heffy Doodle products, be sure to do so before 31 July when the Kickstarter will close for preorders.
Oh, and in case you didn’t catch the latest blog post over on the Heffy Doodle blog – the winner of the blog hop has been announced.
Congratulations PEGGY MALLON!
And for those of you who may have been wondering, this week Heffy Doodle announced that they are upholding an Angel Policy – which means that you are allowed to sell cards that you have made using Heffy Doodle products. WOOHOO!