It's my great honour to be guesting for the wonderful CASology challenge today! The cue word this week is 'Wild' and I love the way these single words really get you thinking. I reached for my Zoo Review set to make my card which I thought might make a fun anniversary card. Come and see:
CAS cards can sometimes take minutes but this one was definitely not in that category! I stamped and coloured the lion using Watercolour Wonder crayons and markers, scored a double frame around it with my Simply Scored, cut it out and mounted it on my card base. Now it was ready for the comedy touch!
I thought it was time this wild fellow was tamed a little bit so I gave him a red rose to hold between his jaws and I'm sure we'll see him up and tangoing any time now! The rose is from my Apothecary Art set, stamped, coloured and added with a glue dot. The stem was doodled in with a marker.
I stamped the word 'thing' using a sentiment stamp from my Beautiful Season and added a computer generated 'wild' which I cut out with my paper snips. This card makes me giggle and I hope it might have turned up the corners of your mouth too!
Here's what you'll need to make this card
Stamps: Zoo Review, Apothecary Art, Beautiful Season (sentiment)
Ink: Watercolour Wonder crayons and markers
Card stock: Whisper White, Naturals White
Other: Simply Scored, paper snips, stamp-a-majig
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Lions always remind me of the first board book my daughter had as a baby. It had pictures of lots of animals in it and I'd make the appropiate noises for her entertainment as we looked at it together. I didn't realise the impact it made on her though until one day I used the phrase 'I'd draw the line at that' while talking to my husband about something and my baby daughter made a little roaring noise!
I think I might have something festive here tomorrow so do join me for that!