Tuesday, September 20, 2016

You're Dino mite

My card today is for my great nephew the grandson of my Sister, who's card I shared last time. I stamped the dinosaur onto a textured cardstock and the tree and leaves onto a patterned paper and then colored over, so I have done a bit of paper piecing for this card. I still have a few pieces of this cloud paper too.  After stamping I hand cut out all the pieces.  The only die I used was for the grass.



Nitwit collection-- Dinosaur stamp set from Australian Simply cards magazine
Poppystamps -- stitched landscape die
Distress inks -- mowed lawn

I only had time to share a couple of pictures, I really enjoyed this park because you could be right in it, these are pics of the next morning at Arches National Park.  When I get around to it I will share some of the double arches.


The sky is washed out in this picture but I still love how the rocks look.


Even if you can't get out and climb around the rocks as you can see in this picture the drive is very close to them and you get a great view every turn.

Thanks so much for stopping in today, Hope your week is off to a wonderful start!

Connie

16 comments:

Heidi Stamps said...

Very cute, I like how the style of the paper and the stamps and die go together so well! Your photos continue to amaze! TFS!

Christine said...

The card is just right for a little boy - it looks great, Connie!
The rock formations are just amazing and I'm sure even better being there!

Leslie Miller said...

Ack! Your card for your great-nephew is so cute and you have the perfect paper for the background! More totally amazing Arches photos, too. WOW! Clicking up close I feel like I've stepped right in. What an amazing and grand place. I want to go again now.

Donna Ellis said...

How lovely to be very close-knit with family members, Connie! I love your cards for the children, and this little dinosaur is adorable! Thanks for sharing more beautiful photos! hugs, de

Donna Phelan said...

Super cute Dino card! He's quite happy! Love that cloud background too, that's pretty cool! Gorgeous photos.....WOW!!!

Ann Greenspan's Crafts said...

Such a cute card; love the leaves as though he's ready to munch on them.

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Connie, what a darling card, and I love the little dinosaur!! Just the sweetest, and he's going to love the card. What beautiful photos, and what a blessing to see in person some of what God has created. Just as taste of what shall be. Hugs, sweet friend!

Lowcarb team member said...

You can't go wrong with dinosaurs ... all of our sons loved them, and now the grandchildren too!

That first photo of yours, I was drawn to the beautiful sky and then when I read on you said it was washed out! I thought it looked splendid against the amazing colour of the rocks.

All the best Jan

Mrs R said...

Connie, I love the red colors of the canyon. So rich and almost magical!

Love your little dinosaur. I just ordered a dinosaur set of stamps & dies. I am looking forward to playing with them! :-)

Have a lovely evening.

Gina

Janice said...

A really cute card for your great nephew! Super holiday photos too.

Marie-Louise said...

Super card Connie. Lovely photographs.

Alex said...

Aw, he's a cutie! Just right for a little boy!
The rocks are amazing shapes... would be really eerie in moonlight...it looks as though they have been weathered and eroded over thousands of years.
Very many blessings as always, Connie
x

Kim said...

Perfect card for a little boy. The dinosaur is very sweet. Wow, those rocks are spectacular. Great photos, Connie.

Hussena said...

Such an adorable card. Love the little dino and how you have fussy-cut everything here. The photographs you clicked are so amazing!

Summer said...

That is such a cute card for your great nephew ♥

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Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Oh Connie what a cute dinosaur card... And lovely images too. What a great trip. I so agree re cards growing on you. I think it's so true, it's like a brain block too as to what do next. A break gives a new perspective.
Thanks for popping over
Shaz in Oz.x

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