Sunday, 17 April 2016

D is for Dog

Hello.  Welcome.  I was looking at this cute dog stamp earlier and couldn't decide how to incorporate it onto my altered playing cards.  Then whilst I was posting D is for Diamond I had an idea.  

I decided to make it look like a slide folder.  I covered my playing card with black card and embossed using Darice Filmstrip embossing folder.  I stamped, embossed, and cut out High Hopes Framed Puppy.  I coloured with sharpies and distress inks.  I added some pink flower brads and a butterfly accent sticker.  The definition is from the OED

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
The Craft Barn Alpha/Dictionary Challenge - D
Repeat Impressions DCC413 - Who Let the Dogs Out 
Kreativ Scrapping Utfordring 4 - Minst Tre Farger 
AAA Cards Game 62 - Anything Goes 
One Crazy Stamper April Challenge - AG 


  1. Oh Gail, this is extremely clever. I so enjoyed reading how you created this adorable playing card slide folder dog.

  2. Cute design, Gail! Glad you are still working with the APCs as you do have a knack for transforming the cards into the cutest pieces of art. Adorable doggie, too!

  3. Very cute card. Thanks for linking up and playing along with us at AAA Cards.

  4. Another fabulous and clever project!! Love it! Thank you for joining in The Craft Barn Challenge.
    Jane x

  5. Very, very creative, Gail!! I love it! And, man, he is so crazy in love that his eyes have gone all wonky-doodle!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

  6. This one's a cutie too!!! So happy you found time to link it up over at The House That Stamps Built!

  7. Super cute! thanks for joining at AAA Cards!

  8. A clever idea and I love the filmstrip edging.

  9. awww . . . very cute! Great idea to add the definition sentiment, too. Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.


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