The dragon carrying yarn I made a card with previously has a sibling who knits, so of course I had to colour that one up as well. It is called Dragon Knitting and is by Lee Holland. I made it for a co-worker who was retiring this summer. She loves blues, hence the near all blue card!
The Dragon Holding Wool stamp was the perfect stamp for a birthday card for a co-worker of mine, so of course I had to colour it up! Yarn can be a bit fiddly to colour up, but it’s quite rewarding when it’s all done!
Don’t you just love it when, after colouring up an image, you realise you have the perfect sentiment?
That is what happened to me while making this card! First I coloured up this adorable dragon by Lee Holland, and after I had decided on the layout and die cut the coloured panel I remembered a stamp set I had bought recently and hoped it had a fitting sentiment. It definitely did!
The sentiment is from the huge sunflower stamp by Simon Says Stamp.
It’s time for another birthday card and this time I’ve got a dragon flying by to wish happy birthday! The dragon is by Mama Elephant and is coloured up with Copic as usual. I opted for a green and blue combo this time. The happy birthday die is by Lawn Fawn. I cut off the “to you” part and coloured it in colours matching the dragon. To finish it off I used a turquoise card base and three enamel dots to match the letters.
I was asked to colour up a couple of images and make projects for Lee Holland and how could I possibly resist something as cute as this? I didn’t even try! My first project features the Reindeer Antler Christmas Dragon and I’ve opted for my favourite blues combined with green and brown. The images are quite fiddly too colour as they are so detailed, but they are definitely fun!
The sentiment is made with letters from an Altenew die set and parts of a larger word die by Papirdesign.
Through August (2021) Lee Holland is having a promotion of 30% off if you buy 3 or more stamps. Or if you fancy the entire Christmas Dragon bundle use the code CHRISTMAS60 to get 60% off!