Hello everyone! It's time for another fun Inky Paws Challenge from Newton's Nook Designs! Jen is in the holiday spirit a little early and has picked this fun theme for our latest Inky Paws Challenge - Christmas!!
(isn't that wreath pretty?) I decided to begin on Ty's yearly holiday doggie treat for his neighborhood doggie friends:
Petco has these CUTE doggie treats that look and smell like real Hydrtox cookies. I first found out about them when Ty was a prize at this year's 'Pooch Plunge' - they were SO cute! I was excited when I learned that that came in festive holiday colors this time of year, perfect for puppy gift giving! I created this little goodie bag using some of last year's collection of MME's holiday 12 x 12 stack and tried to position the 'Noel' in the middle and the 'Happy Howl-i-days' sentiment underneath it using a Word Window punch. I paper pieced a portion of the paper that has a heart on it for the body of Ty's sweater and thought it would be cute to have him resting on the 'NOEL'. I took a snowflake wooden veneer and dragged it across my Ridinghood Red inkpad a few times to give rustic look that matched the treat bag a little better, and stuck a gold pearl by Queen & Co. in the center. Popped the treat inside and tied the bag up with some Ridinghood Red ribbon and sparkly golden twine and VOILA! Done! Now to make about 10 more of these - I need more puppy Oreos too! LOL!
Of all the dogs in Jen's CUTE doggie sets, I think this little pup from Canine Christmas looks the most like Ty (though ALL of her pups are wicked cute!!):
Hope you will play along with us! Jen is giving you THREE weeks to play along this time for a chance to win a gift certificate to the NND store, and if there are more than 15 entries she will pick TWO winners!! - how generous is that?!!
Thanks for stopping by! Can't wait to see what you create!
Since I have used Jen's cute critters in my Christmas themed creation I am also entering this goodie bag in Naughty or Nice Challenge's 'Festive Furballs' Challenge (mine is 'nice' - don't you think?).
~ Crafty Math Chick