Friday, May 1, 2020

2 Crafty Critter Crazies and Fabrika Fantasy!

Good morning everyone!

I have two posts today, so if you are looking for the Technique Junkies blog hop, scroll around until you find it!

Today, I am sharing another fun creation for 2 Crafty Critter Crazies!  
As you know, each creation must include a critter, and you all know how much I love critters!

Since it's the first of the month, there is a brand new challenge at the 2 Crafty Critter Crazies Challenge Blog!  We are excited to be sponsored this month by Fabrika Fantasy.

This image is so sweet!  I chose to work with Happy Raccoon, because it made me think of a stuffed raccoon (Rocky) that my husband brought home to our daughter many years ago. Now, HER daughter sleeps with Rocky the Raccoon! 
The darling image was pre-colored!  I stenciled some butterflies over the image with a stencil I found at Dollar Tree, and added a die cut Hello.  This will be mailed to VA to our girls!!!

Here's my card:

Isn't this critter adorable??? 

Hope you like it!

Please check out the 2 Crafty Critter Crazies blog to see some great inspiration that our design team is sharing with you. We hope that you will all play along this month - can't wait to see your critter creations!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Hugs and blessings,
Patti J.


Donna said...

This is so cute, like your coloring and that background!

Karen Page said...

Such a cute card but I love the story behind it even more!!! I know they will love this card 😊

Cheryl W said...

Aww, I love the happy colors and happy image on your card! I have the same butterfly stencil from Dollar Tree, too. It was a good deal!

Glittered Paws said...

You are certainly rockin the stencils girl. I think I will get a couple out today when I do some "creations". Rocky the Raccoon has been special to two girls in your life love this story.

NanaConnie said...

So cute, Patti! Love the stenciled butterflies and the CS colors you chose. Fun story about Rocky Raccoon and it reminds me that my oldest had a soft, furry, stuffed animal that he called a raccoon, even though it was actually a squirrel. Nothing would disabuse his 3-year-old mind of the notion that it was a raccoon. Over the years, as he grew older and was well into his teens, it was a family joke whenever we saw a squirrel to point and shout, "Raccoon, raccoon!" lol

Lori Kobular said...

Love the butterfly background and the way you colored the sweet raccoon!