Wednesday, February 13, 2013

I dig you...

Good morning and happy Wednesday! I'd like to share a card I made as my take on the Paper Smooches blog challenge, using hearts:


Here is the inside:


I made my own background paper again, using stamps from a few different PS stamps sets. The majority are from Woofers & Tweeters, the zig-zag is from Cyber Cafe, and the tiny double hearts are from Needle Little Love. I like how the zig-zag sort of looks like a heart beat! Too cool! I drew very light lines on my white panel to use as a guide for my stamping. Once the ink dried, I just erased the lines. I stamped, colored and fussy cut the doggie and adhered him on with some foam squares. Easy peasy!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you have a great day!


Chris

Supplies:
Card stock: Bazzill (gray); Recollections (red, white)
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Woofers  Tweeters, Cyber Cafe, Needle Little Love; Hero Arts (Happy Valentine's Day)
Ink: Tsukineko - Tuxedo Black, Lady Bug
Adhesive: SA by 3L - MyStik, 3D foam squares
Accessories: EK Success punch; Marvy Uchida red marker

7 comments:

  1. Awwwww how cute! Love that little Doxie, and your stamped borders are fabulous!

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  2. I so love that Woofers & Tweeters set! This doxie is adorable, and I LOVE the background you created :)

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  3. I totally dig this card and I may have wagged my tail a little. So cute!

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  4. This is just too adorable! Love the colors too!

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  5. Such a FUN take on the challenge!! THANKS for sharing your card is so CUTE!! Have a FABULOUS Valentine's Day!! =)

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  6. Way to go, Chris, I totally dig this! Well done making your own delightful background paper!!

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  7. Aww that's so cute! For some reason that background reminds me of a sweater. It looks amazing.

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