Big Lunch Date

Riddle: How do you ask a tyrannosaur to lunch?

Give up?

"Tea, Rex?" Hee Hee  . . . that riddle makes me giggle.


It looks like you don't need to ask this dinosaur to lunch –  he's already got a mouth full.


Do those scallops across the middle of the card look like scaly Dinosaur skin?

You won't find the riddle on a stamp anywhere that I know of. I just typed it up, printed it onto the Echo Park paper, and cut it out with the My Favorite Things Mix and Match Banners Die-Namics.


This was such a fun card to make. Oh, and it's a hard working card . . . it's going into these challenges.

  • The Crazy for Challenges asked us to make a child's birthday card (C4C120).
  • Paper Sundaes asked us to paper piece (PSC100). Well, Snap! One of my favorite techniques.
  • My Favorite Things has a fabulous sketch (below) as always (MFTWSC55).


Here are the Copic markers and the rest of the ingredients in the card's recipe.



































































































Stay tuned. I have a post planned for later in the week about "Craft Math" and a very cool announcement. There's a clue in my recipe.

Hugs, and stay safe – don't become lunch for some neighborhood Tea-Rex.

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Sweet Comments

  1. This is an adorable card! I just love the riddle, too! :o) Super Cute!

    Thanks for sharing!


  2. Oooh, I love how you did the dimensional second head! 😀 This is really cute!

  3. Love the fun primary colors on this. Really cute.

  4. Joan Ervin says:

    OMG!!! This is an absolutely adorable card!!!! I am always on the look out for little boy designs and this one really caught my eye!!!! The image is adorable and what a fun sentiment!!!! I was blown away when you said you lived in Waco….most of my bloging friends live in other states!!! I went to a class at the big scrapbook store in Waco 2 years ago….do you go there often??

    • Hey, Joan! Thanks, I’m glad you liked my little card. Yep, Crop, Paper Scissors is a hangout of mine. We have a deal – they give me free stuff and I make cards for them to display. I get to play and get stuff. Yep, absolutely one of my favorite places.

  5. That is the cutest card ever! Very clever, and I love the riddle to go with it!

  6. Love the paper you used for the dino and his raised head, looks great!

  7. This is one of the cutest little birthday cards I have ever seen! Sooooooooooo adorable! Wow!Thank you so much for playing in our Paper Piecing challenge over at Paper Sundaes! Good luck!
    ? Lisabee
    My Crafting Blog

  8. Girl, this is one amazing card! I love all the paper piercing and how the papers you used work so well!