For the last challenge, Robyn of My Pink Stamper chose "Critter-licious" for the theme. This was a pretty straightforward challenge - use an animal or critter in your project. Not a hard task for me since Create a Critter is one of my most favorite cartridges. I'm disappointed with how the picture turned out - it's kind of dark in the craft room without the benefit of natural light. I went over the raccoon with a bit of Tsukineko Pearlescent Sky Blue pigment ink and the flash from the camera made him look like he is dirty, but it's just the weird reflection.
I chose "Sneaky" for the title because not only are raccoons known for being a little sneaky, but my little one has always been a bit mischievous. My daughter was a preemie, but only in the sense that she was teeny (4lbs. 8oz). Other than her small size, we have been blessed with a very healthy little girl. One morning when she was about 2 months old, she had not only un-swaddled herself, but she somehow managed to wriggle out of her pants. So there was this teeny tiny 6 lb. baby in just her diaper and top. She was sooo pleased with herself. This kind of strong-willed mischievous behavior continues at age 2 - I just tell myself that one day it will serve her well.
- 12x12 Base - DCWV Jewel Cardstock Stack
- Accent Paper cut at 2 3/4 x 12 - DCWV Spring Shower Stack
- Photo Mats cut at 4 1/4 x 6 1/4 & 4 1/4 x 4 1/4 - DCWV Jewel Cardstock Stack
- Raccoon cut at 3" from Create a Critter
- Journaling Tags cut from Once Upon a Princess
- "Sneaky" cut at 3 1/2 from Wild Card's font and welded using Gypsy - DCWV Spring Shower Stack
- Tsukineko Pigment Ink in Sky Blue
- Green Jewels from K&Co.
- Stickles (on title) - Stardust