For my Tiger

I always struggle with cards for my DH. I made this for our 49th (YIKES has it really been that long?) wedding anniversary. I used the fun My Monthly Hero Kit from[JI1]  June 2019. I sponged the Spiral Petal stencil lightly for the background, and added a few leaves from the kit stamped in various shades of green. The images were all colored with Copics and cut with the matching dies. I popped the tiger up to make him look like he was coming out of the tall grass. I’m entering this in the following challenges;

Simon Says Wednesday Challenge – Create a Scene

Stay Crafty with Hero For the Guys

As You See it Apply the Y

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22 thoughts on “For my Tiger

  1. Congratulations on 49 years. He is going to love this card. I like how the tiger is coming out of the grass.

  2. Congratulations on such a milestone anniversary – gold next year! I like the playfulness of your card. It reminds me of some of the story books we had as children. Thanks for sharing with us at As You See It Challenge.

  3. Love the prowling tiger through the grasses. This is a great card and have to love those Hero Art kits.

  4. Judy, this is a wonderful card. I love that set, too. Congratulations on 49 years together! That’s definitely something to celebrate!

  5. Congratulations on your anniversary! That unique design is really fun, and the tiger definitely looks like he’s been lurking in the tall grass, waiting to pounce! Thanks for applying the “Y” with us at As You See It Challenges!

  6. What a great masculine card – I love the way the tiger is coming through the grass – it adds so much dimension to your scene. Thanks for sharing with us over at As You See It for our current challenge!

  7. Congrats on the 49th. Great card my friend. That tiger looks amazing walking through the grass. I have the same set and I shall be using this as a jump off for a card when I can actually create.

    1. Thanks. I’ve had so much fun with this set, but it’s the first time I’ve used the tiger.

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