Turtley Great - InsideoutJeans

August 06, 2018

Hi there! Jeannie back again with another card using the Turtley Great stamp set. There's so many things that you can do with this set. The last two cards I created focused mainly on the turtles. For this card, I wanted to include the present and the slug for a cute birthday card. 
I really love the baby turtle who is just following the really happy slug, who's slowly heading to the present. I added a little bit of detail to the slug shell by adding white dots. 

I just really love the larger turtle with the side eye. You can also add googley eyes to any of these turtles add a different look to the eyes, especially since they are looking in very specific directions. 
I hope you enjoyed this card and join me next time for another fun card! 



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