Doggone Fun

When I noticed the card my friend posted to this challenge I decided I would have a go and do the same. I already had an idea in my head so making it work for a challenge wasn’t difficult.

Challenge #44 – Wrap It Up
Challenge #5 – Winter Holidays

The PP was added to cf which is from GKD and colour is Fresh Asparagus. I wanted something fun so I created a tree out of dog bones using a Tim Holtz Stamp as well as the little gift box and Santa hat. After colouring the gift I added a touch of shimmer and die cut it. Using his Crazy Dog stamp set I chose one of the dogs stamped and die cut it and used Prisma pencils for colouring it in. I also added a touch of shimmer to the dogs tongue. The dog bone tree was done on a separate stitched rectangle die cut and I coloured the bones slightly to make them stand out. Added a tiny sequin star on top. PP is from a paper pack from Recollections.

After adhering the rectangle panel to the card front I popped up the dog at the side and added the package at the bottom of the tree. Added the Santa hat to the dog and some glitter to the hat. Added the sentiment on an angle and it was complete. Sentiment is from a GKD set.

As this card has a holiday theme and has a bow on the package I’m including it in the Artsystamper challenge as well.

21 thoughts on “Doggone Fun

      1. Haha – you just made me laugh. We are off to a Xmas luncheon and laughing before I go is a good thing. Glad you like my creation I had a lot of fun with the conception of it.

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  1. Thanks Judy. I actually another small stamp that is a fish bone – I’m wondering whether I shall do a similar design for a crazy cat. Have stamps and dies so perhaps I’ll try.

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  2. What a creative way of creating your dog tree…and he certainly looks quite happy with it and I’m sure he’s waiting to find out what is in the package under the tree. Adorable and fun card and thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble and ArtsyStamper.

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