Saturday, April 27, 2013

Dragon Greeting Cards

Well, I already showed you the mermaid birthday cards I made for the Kards for Kids at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children.  Ever since I made them, I've been trying to design something for the boys.  Here it is!

I used a High Hopes Stamps dragon image on this one.  High Hopes is a sponsor of the Kards for Kids project.  Their current stamping challenge is to use borders.  I used my Accucut Craft Fence border die on this card and also created a fringed grass border by hand.

These were quick and simple and I really enjoyed colouring the dragon with my copics.  I used lipstick red and some brown for shading.  I lightened the wings with pink and I dotted the dragon's body with the colourless blender to give him a mottled scaly look.


  1. Nice to know that you made this dragon greeting card for Sick children at Toronto's Hospital, this card is really nice for kids and surly they liked it.

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  2. Greeting cards work magically on every occasion. A small thing can bring a sweet smile on a child's face. Cards beautifully express your affection towards your loved ones. These cards create a beautiful memory of sweet moments. I liked your kind idea and respect your generous feelings for kids. Such ideas encourage many people to help those who really need it.Good keep it up.


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