Sunday, 15 October 2017

Down in the Jungle

For this card I've used a set of stamps that was a magazine freebie a few months ago, I think the animals are incredibly cute!

I stamped the giraffe, tiger and monkey (yes, I know tigers and giraffes don't live on the same continent as each other - they also don't have cute smiles so I reckon two wrongs make a right) onto a scrap of stamping card - I save all my white snippets in a folder untidy heap on my table - and coloured them with Promarkers. The sentiment is from the same set, stamped and die cut.
The aperture card is one that's been hanging around in my stash for years - I stamped tropical leaves all over the inside back of it to show through the window as a jungle background. Then I delved into my snippets box and came up with a handful of assorted green scraps and used my Monstera leaf punch to make enough leaves to frame the aperture. Finally I arranged the animals so that the monkey and giraffe were peeping through the frame of leaves.
I am sharing this with
Pixie's Snippets Playground - weeks 303/304
Little Red Wagon - Leftovers
Just Us Girls - Window/Peekaboo card 


Dotty Jo said...

This is great, Jane! You should send a picture to the magazine, Jo x

JanR said...

Great card! Those animals are cute! Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon.

Vicki Dutcher said...

How cute is this jungle party! :) Thanks for joining in at JUGS~

Crafting Queen said...

I love this card!!!

cotnob said...

A super card Jane, such adorable animals.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Liz said...

Super jungle scene, Jane. I'm sure wild animals smile when they think no one is looking! xx

Di said...

Oh Jane! You total nut case - this is amazing and had me laughing so much here. I think it was the cheeky monkey that did for me in the end :) LOVE it!

Lovely to see you in the Playground as well.


Di xx

Cara said...

Brilliant card, love how they're peeking through the foliage x

Darnell said...

This is wildly adorable, Jane! Wouldn't that card front be so cute hanging on the wall of a nursery? Maybe over a bit of mirror so the child could see part of themselves among the critters?! Hugs, Darnell