Fur Babies

Challenge #264

For this card I decided on a Z fold and some paper scraps so I scored each of the fold lines and then added the pp. Using a Hero Arts Christmas set from last year I chose both the dog and the cat and with some masking got the stamping done. Then I coloured in both images using mostly pencils but also some Sakura Glaze pens. I added the die cut Santa hat to the dogs head after I had die cut the circle using Sissix scalloped circle dies. After gluing the image piece to the fold I realized I had forgotten to sponge the edge of the circle so I grabbed a blue sparkle pen and carefully went round each scallop. The sentiment is from a Divinity Designs set and is actually 2 put together. I rounded a couple of the corners and popped it up on the card front. I also added the same blue sparkle to the edge of this piece. Once the embellishments (from my stash) were added the card was finished. A simple card to make and one I am happy with.

16 thoughts on “Fur Babies

  1. So sweet – I love a good z-fold! These papers are really perfect for the holidays – and they really set off your cuties! Thanks so much for playing at AYSI!

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  2. How cute is this??? The puppy looks like he’s taking the Santa responsibility quite seriously.
    Thanks for the tip to enter my Blue & White Christmas card at Peace on Earth.

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  3. Super sweet Christmas card! I love the cute cat and dog – complete with a Santa hat! Adorable! The pattern paper is gorgeous and gives just the right amount of Christmas! Thanks for playing along with As You See It!

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