Isn't this raccoon the most adorable thing ever? He was such fun to color using copics too. What I love about Amber Ink images is that you can get each image individually, or as a group. This little raccoon came in a group with another raccoon and the tree as one image, but also individually. That makes it not only economic, but versatile too. I also used a scaled down version of the birds nest from Papertrey Ink's Birds of a Feather set and a sentiment from PTI's Flutterby Friend. The grass and flowers are from Love Lives Here. For this project, I used patterned paper from The Paper Loft called Back Country. I think the colors blended so nicely with the cute grey raccoon and browns of the tree trunk. Hope you liked my first card for Amber Ink. Make sure to check out their site. You won't be disappointed.