Dog Gone Birthday Card

Hey everyone! I wanted to share a quick card I created with y’all today! I had actually started the base of this card a couple of years ago (I only had the pinkĀ patterned cardstock on the base of the card) and wound up putting it a side and then completely misplacing it. šŸ˜³Ā I came across it while looking for something else and decided to finally finish it. I started by inking the edges of the card with a chalk ink and then I added the scalloped diecut, banners and I printed the sentiment from the computer.

The girl and dog images are fromĀ Lisa’s Altered Art on etsy. I printed and fussy cut the image out and adhered to the card. I cutĀ from patterned cardstock the little party hats which I added to each dog.

I dug into my flower stash and added store bought paper flowers and I also adhered two flowers that I had leftover from a pervious project. These I had cut from Crinoline fabric using the Journaling Cards, Flowers and Leaves Diecuts,inkedĀ with ClearSnap ink and added two Glossy Dots. There you have it! A quick and simple card that should have been finished a couple of years ago!šŸ˜‚ As always if you have any questions about this project please let meĀ know.

Also I would like to submit this card for theĀ following challenges:
WordĀ Art Wednesday Challenge: #346-#347
Crafter’s Castle: Challenge #8

Thanks for stopping by, hope your Monday is great and enjoy creating!

Enjoying a Dog Gone Good Day

Hi everyone! I created a card for my son’s girlfriend. Her birthday was yesterday and we won’t be getting together until later on but I just had to share. šŸ™‚
She fosters dogs until she can find a forever home so I thought I would do something in a dog theme for her.Ā 
I cut a 6″x6″ piece of striped cardstock for the front of the card, cut a 5 1/2″x5 1/2″ piece ofĀ Gold and Pink Daisy Glitter Cardstock, inked the edges and then adhered to the base. Next I printed out the dogĀ digi image and fussy cut it out, stamped the “enjoy” sentiment on a scrap of white cardstock and then I glued cut frames of cardstock for the sentiment and dog image, adhered each to the frame and then to the base. IĀ finished off with punched flowers which I shaped, butterfly, ribbon, baker’s twine and dew drops.

The easel I cut a 6″x 11″ piece of cardstock and folded at 4″, 4″, 1″, 1″, 1″ and I glued the 1″ flap to the back of the 4″ flap to create an easel. I cut from the leftover cardstock a pocket which I added glue to three of the sides andĀ placed on the back of the easel. Next I adhered theĀ card base to the easel and waaa-laaa! I simply and fun card! šŸ™‚

I am submitting this card for the following challenges:
Word Art Wednesday-Anything Goes
Paper Wings Productions-Anything Goes
Simon Says-Anything Goes

Supplies Used:

Robin’s Nest: Gold and Pink Daisy Glitter Cardstock, Love Me Glitter Cardstock,Ā Dew Drops
Eclectic Anthology: Dog digital image
Ribbon, Sequins, Baker’s Twine, Scrapbook Paper, Cardstock, StazOn Ink, Chalk Ink, Studio G Enjoy Rubber Stamp, Flower and Butterfly Punches, Gems

If you have any questions please let me know.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Wednesday is awesome and enjoying creating!!!