I used my PK-1333 Faceless Puppy outline alone with the PK-442 Happy Go Lucky Dog Face Assortment (largest face) with this sketch to create this card:
I had so much fun coloring this little puppy with my Copic markers (I like that you can change the faces and their expressions, so cool!). The patterned paper is by Imaginisce that I found recently at Tuesday Morning and I just matched the colors in them (Hello Honey, Tangelo, Chocolate Chip, Ridinghood Red, Night of navy and Pear Pizzazz by Stampin Up!). The rhinestones are by the paper studio. Creating that array was a little tricky, used some blue painter's tape on the back side to hold it in place.
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - 'In the Family' (anyone who knows me knows that my furbaby Ty IS family, not 'just a dog'),
in addition to one of the DTGD challenges over at Splitcoaststampers.com.
Hope to have more for you later this weekend, until then, hope you are out there enjoying it!
~ Crafty Math Chick
Oh how darling is this card. Such a fun layout. I did not know the Peachy Keen stamps are peach - how fun is that! The image is just too cute! Thanks so much for joining 2 Cute "animal" challenge. Good luck girl and I hope you will come back and join in the fun again! Also, enjoy your new stamp set - looks like you already are. =)
Hugs, Sarah T
This card is wonderful and that little puppy too adorable, love how you used the background papers to bring it all together, just darling. Thanks for sharing with us at Crafting for all Seasons. Barb DT
Super cute card! I'm right there with you ~ my dogs are part of my family as well :) Thanks for joining along with the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!
Eeeek! This is SOOOO super cute!!! Love that adorable dog, the fun papers, and the footprint trail! Great job and thanks for playing along at Peachy Keen Stamps!
Such a delightful card! I love that little puppy!
Thank You for playing along in the Feature a Creature at Crafting For All Seasons this time!
what a bright and fun card!
Thanks for joining us at CFAS!
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