That’s the dinosaur card first up in the “almost” latest card bundle! I messed up posting the chronological order of the dinosaur card bundles, as mentioned in the last post – but here they are, one at a time!
This little dino is dressed in a snazzy orange scarf and she’s busy raking Fall leaves. Besides a birthday or general greeting card she makes a nice seasonal card and has some cute extras for customizing!
I wanted to make a nurse card kit to thank staff members at a nursing home where a family member resides. She’s also suitable for “Get Well”, Nurse’s Day, or whatever sentiments you think your favorite nurse might need to hear!
This happy dinosaur ice skates along blissfully in her red and white scarf and hat! Her card kit comes with some fun extras (like a pair of mittens) and she works nicely for a winter season card, birthday or all occasion card!
If I haven’t mentioned it before, after you print and cut them out, all card sizes are approximately 5″ x 7″
See you soon with the rest of the card characters in Bundle #4!
I’ve had missing dinosaurs.
Soooo- I managed to start posting the designs from Bundle 5 thinking I had posted the bundle 4 kits. Going back to do a “make up post” I couldn’t locate the photos! Sheesh, sometimes I wonder where I left my brain. I’m happy to report both brain and dinosaur pictures have been found, hence this post.
Above (top row) you’ll see the Love You card, Rakeasaur, and Nurseodon printable dinosaur cards.
In the center is the Skateodon (she’s such a happy little ice skating dinosaur!)
The bottom row features Marie Antoinette in Let Them Eat Cake, the Sexysaurus, the Thank You card and finally the Cocoa and a Good Book card!
I’ll post close-ups of each card soon!
Cheerful mayhem describes my studio.
I’ll jot sketch ideas on scraps of paper, post it notes, on the back of a napkin or whatever is handy when an amusing dinosaur idea pops into my head. I suppose the ideas and notes should go into a nice tidy file, but my brain doesn’t want to do that.
One perk of a disorganized art system is the surprise of coming across a quickly jotted note I’d forgotten about. Weirdly, it’s like opening a gift. My usual response is:
“Oooh, look! A fun idea I’ve already thought of!”
These two dinosaurs fall into that category.
It’s “Gone With the Wind”, dino-style. Rex Butler and Scarlett O’Saurus are actually two separate cards but this quick photo (with cut out speech bubble mockups) shows them here together, before their epic breakup.
Of course they’ll have some fun extras for customizing the cards. Each card kit will include the speech bubbles seen above and at least one more! A warning for those with delicate constitutions:
Rex actually swears in his speech bubble.
I’ll post the rest of the cards bundle in a day or two so you can see what I’ve been working on.
See you soon!
A Few Dinosaur Greeting Card Pictures
Before I share what I painted in the last post (goofy dino arm) I wanted to share these!
I realized the pictures for the greeting card bundles don’t show all details so here are the remaining cards from card kit #1.
Below you’ll find (in order):
The Balletodon- Perfect for your ballerina, or dancer. Or maybe a wannabe! Or a klutz?
Cakeasaur- Happy Birthday Card? Retirement? Any occasion with cake?
Cleoaptrasaur- She’s just cool. And a Queen. And she is a funny dinosaur for your dino-fans.
Coffeesaurus- The coffee card is always good on a Monday morning. Always. And for coffee lovers.
The Dentistodon- All occasion card but extra fun for dental patients, dentists, orthodontia & dental assistants!
You can find them all on the “Shop” page as a bundle or separate card kits!
When Dinosaurs Paint… by SheWrecks Dinosaur
It was rainy and dark today. Rain is a bit unusual for January when it’s usually frozen and snowy or blowing.
Since it was so icky out we made a pot of soup, baked some yummy bread and decided to craft and paint with the little dinosaur neighbor kids.
Here’s what the work table looked like. Sorry, I was taking a photo with my other hand while holding the paintbrush. Challenging with tiny dinosaur arms.
Bet you can’t wait to see what we painted!