It isn’t often I manage a twofer, but this card is exactly that. An ink blended background and a building, in this case a dog house. I have a new MFT die set, called appropriately Dog House, and have been wanting to play with it. This challenge seemed the perfect time to do so. I first die cut all the parts I wanted to use and assembled the dog house. PP used is from StampinUP. To make it sturdy and give dimension I stacked several die cuts together. Then I stamped the pug from a Dollar store set, coloured him using Ohuhu pens and a prisma colour pencil, then fussy cut before adding him in the doorway of the kennel. I laid it all out on my kraft sheet to see how it would look before I carried on. I made my own circle template out of some plastic so I could mask off the panel I was going to use and then ink blended some distress inks, squeezed lemonade, Tea dye and dried marigold. Once I was happy I adhered all the elements to the layer. Using an Elizabeth Craft die set called Planned Essentials, I die cut the arrow and stamped the sentiment. It still needed something so I found a Kitchen Sink stamp set that has tiny stamps and stamped the butterflies onto the background. It turned out better than I expected and I hope you like it.