He’s into Superheroes at the moment, so I’m not sure how well this dragon fits in with that theme, but when I was toy shopping for him, I bought some sort of Dragon Transformer and that one sat on the same shelf as the Superhero toys, so it can’t be too far off, or??? Hopefully he’ll like both the toy and the card! Just to be on the secure side, I also got him a Lego Hulk.
Creative Inspirations – #162 Sketch
Divas by Design – #34 One for the Boys
Southern Girls – #44 About the Boys
Creative Craft – Anything goes
Crop Stop – Show us the Animal in you – Does dragon count as an animal??? Anywho, according to the Chinese zodiac this is the year of the Dragon and I happen to be a dragon… 😉
A bit extravagant one might think that it is with all those buttons, but the thing is; I’ve had them for years, without ever using a single one, as far as I can remember. They simply don’t fit in with my present style of cardmaking, but as I always try to do something a little bit different when making cards for kids, they came in handy this time…
I really enjoyed making this card; did a bit of playing with crackle paint and distress inks on the tag.
Fact is, I have a blast every year when making my Godson’s birthday cards. Below are two from previous years:
Thanks for stopping by – have an awesome weekend,
Digi: Dragon’s Little Friend, Meljen’s
Copics: G46, G43, G40, G20 / E77, E74, E71, E70 / B93, B91B000, G000
Papers: “Skinny Stripe Greenhouse Paperie” (Making Memories), Backside of Eskimo Kisses (Basic Grey), “Amy Butler Sola Dancing” (K&Company)
Dies: “Vintage Tag”, Magnolia
Embellishments: Raffia, String, Mini Buttons, Cheese Cloth (Stash).
Misc: “Peeled Paint” Crackle Paint, “Faded Jeans” & “Peeled Paint” Distress Inks, “Baby Blue” Liquid Pearls, “Rock Candy” Distress Tickles, “Stardust” Stickles (Ranger).