My Dinoroar designer series paper arrived this week, and I was excited to try some Birthday card designs for kids. I did not order the stamp set or dies, as I figured the paper itself would give me all the cards I could ever use in a lifetime. There are only two little kids in my extended family at the moment, so most of these cards will be sold. I can see how this suite could be used in a hundred ways to make lots of variation - so if you have lots of little ones in your family, I'd think about investing in this suite.
The centre card in the back row was found on Pintrest a while back. I fell in love with the cute design right away, and so directly cased it from Libby Fens as a starting point. Then inspiration took over and before I knew it I had created two shaker cards filled with sequins and sparkles, and a birthday cake card using parts from the March "Popin Birthday" Paper Pumpkin kit.
I made seven other cards in similar fashion using fussy cut dinos from one sheet of the DSP, popped up on dimensionals and layered over various other pieces of the DSP as backgrounds and mattes. The colour pallet for this paper is bright and fun, with colours like; Flirty Flamingo, Lovely Lipstick, Mango Melody, Pool Party, Pineapple Punch and Pretty Peacock. You can basically use any bright colours for your card base, or just go white and let the colours pop, and it will work.