If you give a crafter a cookie,: Llama Challenge #124
My card is a digital image colored with pastels and markers. The base is made with pastel colored scrapbook paper.
First, some background on the cuddly creatures: Llamas are a South American relative of the camel, though they do not have a hump. (But do spit!) Originating in Peru, they're actually the domesticated versions of a wild Andean ruminant called the guanaco—but should not be confused with their cousin, the alpaca, a domesticated version of the wild South American vicuña. In most parts of the world, llamas are prized as both pets and cattle, herbivores known for being smart, gentle, easy to train, and helpful with transportation. (And not as commonly sheared for wool as the alpaca, which produces a softer fleece.)