Armadillo Thank You Card

January 27, 2017

Hey stampers, Anni here!
I am super excited to be a guest designer for Gerda Steiner Designs.
Right at the moment when I saw this super cute armadillo from the set LLama Tell You I knew I had to make a card with it! And because it's winter I needed a lot of color in it! So rainbow is the answer!



I stamped the armadillo on white paper with Memento ink and colored it with alkohol markers. I used these markers for the background and the grass, too. To add some highlights I used a white gel pen.
For the sentiment I chose the Thank You from the same set.
I cut down the paper and added stripes of rainbow colored patterned paper to the edges - a fun detail to bring in even more bright colors.


Then I adhered the panel to a cardbase of warm grey cardstock.

Thanks for stopping by! Have a great weekend!


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