Turtley Great!

July 23, 2018 1 Comment

Turtley Great!

Hi there! Jeannie here, back to share a card I created using the Turtley Great stamp set. It's such a super cute set. I love the variety of turtles in this set.  

For today's card, I decide to mimic the turtle shell in the background to create a simple card. I used a hexagon stencil, and used distress inks to create the look near the bottom right of the card panel. 


Because I didn't want to mask off the turtle, I stamped and colored the turtles and the cupcake on another piece of paper. I did cut along the larger turtle's neck so I could position the cupcake like I wanted. This helped with the overall look of the cupcake resting on top of the shell. 


I like how the simple card turned out but the images from the stamp set created such an awesome little scene. I added a heat embossing sentiment to act as the "ground" for the turtle and it finished off the card. 

Hope you enjoyed this card today and I'll see you next time for another card! 




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Chris Craft
Chris Craft

June 17, 2021

Wow! That is some awesome cutting and coloring! Gorgeous and cute card!

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