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Smile Crocodile


H iEveryone,

this is the second card I made with my new stamp set from  from CC Designs, designed by Annett Goebel, also known as goebiedesign on Instagram. The first card you can find HERE



I made a distress oxide ink background and splashed water on it. Added the smile die cuts (MFT). Colored the croc and mounted it with foam tape onto the card.


Love this cheerful little critter!

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
 Library Challenge - Jungle Book (crocs live in the jungle, also inspired by the colors)

  The most intriguing first lines in Puffin classics – in pictures illustration by Marc Martin

Comments

papierelle said…
Das ist ein süßes Grinse-Krokodil!!!
conil said…
These characters your using are just a delight. This gator has a smile you can really appreciate. The sentiment says it all.
Marina said…
This DOES make me smile - I love the composition and your background inking is so pretty. Thanks for joining The Library.
Mac Mable said…
Yes that's one huge smile and love the wacky gator x.
Jane said…
Such a fun image and a totally stunning inked background. Thanks for playing at the HLS CAS Challenge.
What a cute crocodile. He sure is happy! And, I love the coloring of him too. That is an awesome and fun card design.
Anita in France said…
Who couldn't smile looking at this little cutie croc, Cornelia ... fantastic vibrant colouring ... and delicious sponged background! Hugs, Anita :)
Rosmarie said…
Ach, wie süß ist der denn wieder!!!
Ha, such an adorable image, cannot stop smiling :)
The coloring and layout are awesome. Thank you for sharing your card with ATSM!
Trina P. said…
Fun card! Love that adorable gator! Makes me smile big just like that big die cut smile sentiment! x
Kylie said…
Well you made me smile! What a great card. I love that little critter and all your background colour! Thanks so much for playing along at Happy Little Stampers xx
Bobby said…
Don't you know you never smile at a crocodile? But the card is fun.

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