16th Birthday Bulldog

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In last post I showed the card for the girl so this post is the card I did for the 16 yoa boy who also owns an English Bulldog.

Not finding anything on the internet that would work I put in a request for a bulldog birthday image from my husband. He created this in Photoshop and I think it turned out pretty darn cute! I used Try Stampin’ On Tuesday Sketch #309 as my inspiration. Instead of three images on the left I went with a present and balloons tied to the present. Instead of a sentiment I placed the bulldog there. The embossed background has the sentiment in it “Happy Birthday!”

CHALLENGES:
1) Try Stampin’ on Tuesday Sketch #309 – use the sketch provided to inspire a card.

2) Crafting by Designs – Polka Dot challenge – I used polka dots in 2 of the balloons!

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: created in Photoshop by my husband
Inks: colored in Photoshop by my husband and printed on a Canon Inkjet Printer
Cardstock: Bazzill (Admiral, Parakeet, Red Devil)
Patterned Paper: scraps from my scrap drawer
Accents/Tools: Paper Smooches Balloon dies, red/white twine, Cuttlebug Happy Birthday embossing folder, EK Succes 1/16 pop dots, Cricut Classic Font Cartridge

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25th Birthday Bulldog

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I had two orders for birthday cards and they both have English Bulldogs. One was for a 25 year old girl and the other was for a 16 year old boy. Not finding anything on the internet that would work I put in a request for a bulldog birthday image from my husband. He created this in Photoshop and I think it turned out pretty darn cute! I used Try Stampin’ On Tuesday Sketch #308 as my inspiration…I just flipped where the string went and put mine on the bottom instead of the top. I really liked the striped paper with the image but wasn’t sure about mixing the other colors in…a little bit out of my comfort zone…but the lady loved it and so did her daughter, the birthday girl!

CHALLENGES:
1) Try Stampin’ on Tuesday Sketch #308 – use the sketch provided as your inspiration.

2) {PIN}spirational Challenge #184 – use the “pin”spirational picture to inspire your project. I went with the balloons.

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: created in Photoshop by my husband
Inks: colored in Photoshop by my husband and printed on a Canon Inkjet Printer
Cardstock: Bazzill (Sunbeam, Admiral, white)
Patterned Paper: Echo Park Sunny Days Ahead Collection (clouds)
Accents/Tools: Paper Smooches Balloon dies, yellow/white twine, Cuttlebug Happy Birthday embossing folder, EK Succes 1/16 pop dots, Cricut Classic Font Cartridge

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Yorkie Birthday Box

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I got a request to make a birthday card for a groomer. Last year I needed a Yorkie birthday card so I went looking through the internet. I found a cute Yorkie in a cup at Cute As A Button Designs but there was Holly on the cup for Christmas. So I wrote the designer for permission to have my husband take the Holly off so I could use it for a Birthday Card. She said better yet I’ll draw you a Birthday Yorkie!! Such a sweet artist. So I made the card (realized I forgot to post it so will do that shortly) for a lady in her 70’s and she loved it. So I decided to use that image again for the groomer. It is amazing how cards have different feel to it depending on the paper and design that is used. I went for a more vibrant feel on this card….it just happened because when I saw that balloon paper I thought it was cute with the image! I used sketch #5 from the Jan Card Sketch Challenge @ scrapbook.com. This is also for the Jan Inspirational Card Challenge @ scrapbook.com – Bonus – I need birthday cards to replenish my stock so I made 3 more of these to do just that!

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Birthday Yorkie @ Cute as a Button Designs.
Cardstock: Bazzill (Bubblegum, Rain, Mexican Poppy, white)
Patterned Paper: Doodlebug Designs (Sugar shoppe – dainty dollies, sorbet stripe, sweet celebration) (Birthday girl on the dot)
Technique: Paper pieced
Accents/Tools: xyron X, Doodlebug Design sprinkles spring assortment, cutter bee scissors

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I realized making a card this year with this image that I forgot to post this card last year when I made it April 2016. I needed a birthday card for a lady in her 70’s that liked Yorkies. I went searching the internet and found a cute Yorkie in a cup at Cute as a Button Designs. But the cup had Holly in it as it was a Christmas Image. I wrote the designer for permission to remove the Holly so I could make it a birthday card. She said she would make me a Birthday Yorkie and this is what she came up with!! Adorable!! So my husband colored in the dog and inside of the box and I paper pieced the rest.

I can’t remember the sketch but if I find it I will update it.

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Yorkie Birthday @ Cute As A Button Designs
Cardstock: Bazzill
Patterned Paper: Chatterbox (pre 2006)
Technique: paper pieced
Accents/Tools: flower brads, Fiskars border punch – threading water, cutter bee scissors, Xyron X


Basset Hound Ghost

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Man, there is not enough time in the day. I have been trying to post this card since right before Halloween.

This was for my friend that has a standing order for Beagle and Basset Hound cards for every holiday. I had totally forgot about this FREE image until I was browsing through my digital stamps. Super excited to find it. I had just got a new paper pack at Hobby Lobby and it worked perfectly.

CHALLENGES:
1) November Inspirational Card Challenge – Favorites category – MOJO Monday #465

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Doggie Ghost @ Free Dearie Dolls Digi Stamps
Cardstock:Bazzill (white, Raven)
Patterned Paper: The Paper Studio (Trick or Treat pack)
Inks: pre-colored digital image printed on a Canon Inkjet Printer

Boo to You

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As soon as I saw the September Digi Bundle at Gerda Steiner Designs I knew I had to have it with this adorable puppy dressed up as a ghost! Then I had to bat my eyelashes at my husband to color it up in Photoshop. What was so cool is I didn’t give him any certain colors to use and this is what he came up with…the cool part is I had 2 sheets of this Doodlebug paper that matches perfectly!! I used MOJObella Sketch #9 as my inspirational.

CHALLENGES:

  1. Gerda Steiner Share Your Designs – September 2016 – use a Gerda Steiner images and make a card to share on the blog!
  2. October Inspirational Card Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – Favorites Category- Use a sketch or card you have saved in your favorites.

SUPPLIES:

Digital Image: Dog Dressed as a Ghost @ Gerda Steiner Designs

Cardstock: Bazzill (Parakeet, Orange Juice, Raven)

Patterned Paper: Doodlebug Designs (Goody Goody Gumballs)

Accents/Tools: gems, EK Success border punch, EK Success 1/16 pop dots, Glue dots

 

Thank You card for Vet Assistant

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Doggie Thank You

So better late than never!! We wanted to give our vet assistant a thank you card to thank her for helping us get through Misty’s illness and passing. It only took me since June to make it and mail it. But she got it and loved it and was very thankful.

CHALLENGES:
1) August Card Sketch Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – Sketch #2.
2) August Inspirational Card Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – Bonus – simple card.

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: Bazzill (Raven, Ash)
Patterned Paper: Dogs & Cats by Lana Rickabaugh (2006)
Accents/Tools: Cuttin’ Up cricut cartridge, Cricut Expression, Xyron X

Lots of Love

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So last month I made all the categories in the Card Challenge except for the technique….I actually had it all laid out on the last day but didn’t have time to put it together. But I also used a sketch I had saved in my favorites so I will put it in that category this month since I used a saved sketch and saved technique!

CHALLENGES:
1) Feb Inspirational Card Challenge – technique category – saved sketch – Clean & Simple #125 and saved technique – color blocking with cardstock.

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Lots of Love by Deedee’s Digis (shop closed….but it was the last Freebie on her blog so go get it!! http://www.deedeesdigis.com/
Cardstock: Bazzill (brown, cranapple dark, kraft)
Inks: pre-colored digital image printed on canon inkjet printer
Accents/Tools: Sizzix embossing folder, black twine/string, Cricut, Basic George Cricut Cartridge

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