Sunday, November 7, 2010


I ordered some custom digi stamps from the talented and ever-generous Therese Travis, and I couldn't wait to play with the digi she did of our iguana Percy! He's about 10 now and is part of our little family. Mom keeps a photo of her "grandiguana" in her wallet. Sadly, we haven't had much luck finding good crafting materials with iguanas. Geckos, maybe, but not so much the soft-hearted, spiky-backed ancestors of our sweet Percy.

Therese did an incredible job. As soon as I saw the perfect tail I knew I had to make the tail stripes change color. It's just a simple spin card, but it's one of my favorite tricks and I know I'll get a lot of use out of this design.

It's also my first card for a Craft your Passion challenge.

Inspiration: Craft Your Passion Challenge #30: Anything Goes
Stamps: Flower Circle Border rubber stamp by Hero Arts;
Iguana digi stamp by paperfacesdesign

Supplies: Tsukineko walnut ink antiquing solution (Eucalyptus), Recollections cardstock, vellum and brads, DCWV cardstock, K&Company pre-cut card, Marvy & American Craft paint pens, Sakura & Elmer's gel pens, Tim Holtz scissors, Fiskars papercutter, Cricut personal cutter, SCAL2 software, Cricut markers


  1. How fun he has his own personal stamp! My son had a bearded dragon for quite some time.Took me getting use to him.Fun card!
    Thank you for joining us this week at
    Craft Your Passion

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  2. how did I miss this? He looks great--I love how you did his tail!


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