Thursday, July 19, 2018

Summer Cuddly Critters

Hello Blogging Friends,

Today I am sharing a birthday card that I made for a friend of mine.


White card stock
Neenah Solar White paper
Green texture paper
Black ink
Copic markers
Glossy Accents
Aqua ink

For this A2 card I started by stamping the Summer Cuddly Critters stamps with black ink onto Neenah Solar White paper.  I colored them in with Copic markers and then cut them out with the Summer Cuddly Critters dies.  I took a piece of green texture paper, inked the edges with aqua ink and added it to the card.  I took the sentiment from the stamp set and black ink and stamped the sentiment onto the card.  I also stamped the bubbles form the stamp set randomly onto the card.  I added the dog in his tube, the purrmaid and the ball and added them to the card.  I took my Glossy Accents and put some on the dogs sunglasses and onto the bubble. I just love this stamp set!

I would like to enter this card in the Simon Says:  Use a Die and/or Punch Challenge.

Thanks for stopping by!!



  1. So absolutely adorable, Lori!! That mermaid kitty is so sweet!! I love the background and the cute dog rocking the flamingo floatie!! This is so fun!! Totally makes me smile :) Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. This is so adorable Lori - Who would' ve thought a mermaid kitty that is the cutest and I love the colors you chose so fun!! Have a great weekend my friend

  3. A purr-maid! Never have I seen one before! (now THAT would have worked well for the issue I mentioned via email LOL) It's a wonderful creation, and oh-so-CUTE! Love the floating puppy, too. hugs, de

  4. Oh my word, these critters are just too stinkin' cute Lori!! I absolutely love the glittery background and the realistic looking bubbles in your design!! Very cute! HUGS

  5. So so cute, love what you have created.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge blog.
    Have a great day :)


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