• Lisa

Dino Days Card

Happy Sunday, crafty friends! It's been a feverishly busy week, but I managed to at least make one card! Hehe. Not enough in my humble opinion, but it's something! And hey, it's a super cute card so I am excited to share it nonetheless.

This card is courtesy of the new Dino Days Stamp Set and coordinating Dino Days Die Set. Together they are the Dino Days Bundle (which also saves you 10%!). What I love about this set is that it makes putting together kids' cards SO easy! I often struggle making kids cards, but always seem to need them at the very last minute. You know, when your 9 year-old tells you he was invited to a birthday party but only just gives you the invitation the day before! I am a firm believer that I will be able to make quick and easy cards to have on hand with this one.


I should also point out that it comes as a full suite, which is the Dinoroar Suite! This suite includes it all! The stamp set, dies, ah-roar-able designer series paper, ribbon, and Dinoroar Enamel Shapes!

The thing about this suite is that it also caters to all genders. It's a very gender neutral set that can be used for many occasions like birthday's, babies, and more! For this card in particular, I did go for something feminine that would be perfect for a baby girl!

*The bottom sequin moved on me when I took this picture. It should be up and out just a little bit. :)

I absolutely love the dies in this set! Stampin' Up! really makes sure they've got all the details covered too. For example, the die cut for the Dinosaur Plates (spikes), ensures there is extra room to adhere your stamped images to your dinosaur.

Isn't this pretty fantastic? It's great when you don't have to worry about those little details, especially if you're trying to frantically make a last-minute card!


Card Tips and Details:

  • The white cardstock layer was cut using the Stitched Rectangle Dies. The grey splatter on this piece of cardstock was added using the Light Smoky Slate Blend and was ran through a die cutting machine and embossed with the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder.

  • For the egg spots, I used Basic Grey ink, but I stamped-off before I stamped on the egg for a lighter image.

  • I used Powder Pink Ink and a Sponge Dauber and gently swirled around the spots for some shading. Powder Pink is a recently retired Stampin' Up! product, but a great alternative would be Petal Pink as it's very similar.

  • For the extra shading in the circle details, I used a Blender Pen with Lovely Lipstick Ink.

  • The egg itself is adhered using Stampin' Dimensionals.

  • The "look who's hatched" sentiment (which is adorable), is heat embossed with the help of Versamark Ink, White Stampin' Emboss Powder, and the Heat Tool).


I've included a full list of products used for this card at the end of this blog post. If you do need any supplies, I would very much appreciate you shopping in my Online Stampin' Up! Shop! Be sure to use the July Hostess Code for extra rewards: AGUVESMU.


There are only THREE DAYS LEFT of Bonus Days! When you spend $60 (before taxes and shipping) during the month of July, you'll receive a $6 Bonus Coupon to spend in August! AND because it's my Birthday Month (July 1), I'm adding an extra $5 Bonus Coupon (limit 2 per order)!


Be sure to use July's Hostess Code above when shopping online: AGUVESMU


Thanks for stopping by today friends and I will see you soon!




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