Dragon smile

It's a new day and a new challenge. Today I am sharing my design team entry for the new The Male Room challenge. Do you like sketches? Well, if you do, you have come to the right place.

I have used an ancient kit by Scrapping for Less that I was giftet many moons ago. I started by coloring the cutest little dragon image, stamped using a Stampingbella stamp and colored using my Copic Markers and a white gel pen. So cute! Me and my daughter had a chat about the cuteness and we decided that this dragon doesn't spew flames, but colorful soap bubbles or maybe confetti.

Inspired by the conversation I made a shaker window using a green patterned paper from the kit and a color blended soft sky as a background. I then filled the shaker using some of the sequins from the kit. It is supposed to be soap bubbles or confetti like me and my daughter talked about.

I used a Lawn Fawn stitched rectangle die to create a card panel using another patterned paper from the kit and also a "gem ribbon" to create a mat for the shaker.

In my stash I found this wooden word that reads "smil", wich of course is "smile" in Norwegian (not a spelling mistake). I made the dragon grab the word and glued them together under the shaker window. I also found a couple of wooden arrows to compliment the word.

To finish the card I gave the dragon's wings a layer of glimmery Wink of Stella and then I glued the whole thing on to a white card base.

Will you join us in our male sketch challenge this time?

Have a lovely day.


  1. This is so cute! I almost made a shaker myself - the sketch really does lend itself well to one. Your little dragon is so sweet and yes, I can completely imagine it blowing colourful bubbles or confetti instead of flames! Really great idea. - Charlotte/Lady Joyful

  2. This is truly magical and I love that you and your daughter wove a story around it - how cute to have a dragon who breathes bubbles instead of fire (although he or she would probably feel a bit despondent about it!) Vicky x


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