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The animals had so much fun making these designs. Lots of treats and play were involved while they slid, stomped, and hopped through the paint. We think the happiness shows. Blank inside so you can use them for any occasion.
Each set comes with 10 envelopes, and 10 cards of the same design that have digitally printed. 5.5"x4.25"
Stomp Stomp: Created by Lollipop (Striped Skunk) & Chilli Pepper (Patagonian Cavy)
Chili Pepper the Patagonian cavy danced back and forth in the paint enjoying a back massage and nibbling an apple. Lollipop the striped skunk waddle-stomped with her nose to the floor smelling out each hidden treat, the paint was just another obstacle in her never ending pursuit to eat all the food she can find.
Bird Hop: Created by Sprinkles (Pacific Parrotlet) & Willow (Ringneck Dove)
A sprinkle of seeds, a few splashed of bright paint, and a blank canvas. Some very happy and colorful feet pranced excitedly across the canvas scattering the seeds in all directions to everyone's delight. Sprinkles the parrotlet and Willow the dove hopped every which way gathering seeds and creating this colorful design.
Reptile Dance: Created by Sandy (Kenya Sand Boa), Phineus (Corn Snake), Freckles (Leopard Gecko), & Lokita (Chinese Water Dragon)
Huckleberry Waddle: Painted by Huckleberry the North American beaver! While creating his masterpiece, Huckleberry waddled around looking for delicious treats. If you look closely, you can see his footprints throughout as well as the swish of his tail across this beautiful note card!
What happens when you let two lizards and two snakes play in paint? You get this incredible creation! The paint was non-toxic and all the reptiles were exploring their surroundings and chose to investigate.