3D Thursday: Dinosaur Tin Playset

It’s Thursday! And wait until you see what teammate Twila Davis has created for this week’s 3D Thursday project! It’s so fun! Ready? ….

I am definitely a Tic Tac girl, but I think I am going to have grab some Altoids just so I can make these for my boys! Twila used an empty Altoids tin, items from Stampin’ Up’s Dinoroar Suite, as well as some dollar store plastic dinosaurs to make this project. Here’s what it looks like when it’s closed:

I wonder if making this with my boys could count toward their art class during quarantine? I will have to check with their teacher! 😉

If you would like to download Twila’s instruction sheet, you can click HERE or click on the image below:

You can view the entire Dinoroar Suite in the online store HERE. While you’re there, be sure to check out the online Clearance Rack too. It was just restocked this week with some GREAT deals!

Thank you for visiting today! Stay safe and well!

Nicolle

No Bones About It Card

I have two small boys.  They are 3 and 6!  At any given time, the conversation in our house inevitably involves Star Wars, construction equipment, Legos, or dinosaurs!  This card was made with my boys in mind.  It features the No Bones About It stamp set and the Naturally Eclectic Designer Series Paper.  The color palette for this card is:

 
 

 

Of course, Whisper White is in there as well! The No Bones About It stamp set includes 18 photopolymer stamps.  It contains 4 different dinosaurs, as well as coordinating skeletons/bones for each.  It also includes tracks, leaves, dots, and some sentiments!  Here is what is included in the full set:

 

 

The measurements for this card are as follows:
Emerald Envy card base:  5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches (scored at 4-1/4 inches and folded in half)
Night of Navy middle layer:  5-1/4 x 4 inches
Naturally Eclectic DSP top layer:  5-1/8 x 3-7/8 inches
Whisper White scraps for Stitched Shapes circles and dinosaur piece

 

 

This card was fun to make!  I need to use this set more often!  It’s a simple design, but my kids loved it when I showed them.  Now I need to make another one so they can each have one!
Thanks for stopping by!  Enjoy your day!

Nicolle