Saturday, 10 October 2015

Bow Wow Wow

Hello.  Welcome.  A CAS Christmas card.  This stamp is one of the oldest in my collection.  An Anita's wooden stamp.  I was reminded of their existence this weekend when my niece visited and wanted to do some colouring.  I didn't have any colouring books but you should have seen the delight on her face when I started stamping.  Magic!! 

I stamped the dog in the santa hat, coloured with distress inks and masked.   I used Wink of Stella clear on the bauble and fluffy bit.  I inked Sizzix Bricked embossing folder with Barn Door distress ink and stamped it on the card.  The sentiment is from Rubber Dance Frosty Friends set.  

Joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - CAS Christmas 
CASology Week 167 - Silly 
OCS October Challenge - Christmas/Halloween/Fall 
Winnie & Walter WCMD 2015 - Watercolor with Vanessa 
Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday September 2015 - Use a Stamp 
Addicted to CAS Challenge 74 - Sparkle 

Thanks for your visit.  Hugz


  1. What a great way to enable (I mean encourage!) your niece - I'm sure she loved it! This image is adorable and perfect for the cue card! So glad you joined us at CASology this week!

  2. Such a darling image and beautiful coloring! I'll bet your niece had a blast playing with you in your craft room! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!

  3. GRRRRReat masking and wonderful coloring!! Sweet image. Love the watercolored bricks, too!!
    <3 J

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  4. such a sweet holiday card :) thank you for joining us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

  5. What a sweet CAS card, Iona!! I love the brick wall you put under him - thanks for joining our October challenge at One Crazy Stamper!


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