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Puppy Love Christmas

Teri, crafty creator of Delicious Doodles is our new sponsor for this week’s Crafty Creations challenge.  The challenge this week is to make a  CHRISTMAS FOR MY PET creation.  Teri gave us some adorable digi images to use for our DT creations and the team was inspired! Go have a peek at what the other girls did with these images over on CRAFTY CREATIONS and join in the challenge too!

I added spots to this little pup image and paper pieced the stocking.  I gave him  some fur too by using white flower soft like product (dollar store).  He’s all fuzzy and warm looking now! The papers are Daisy d’s (discontinued Christmas paper).  I printed the image onto white card stock and then on another piece of regular copy paper, I used repositionable glue (Zig 2 Way) on the piece of dp to attach it, and ran it through the printer.  The dp was not a standard size to put through the printer alone.  This worked perfectly, and then I was able to cut out the piece needed to paper piece the first image.

The tag is punched using two sized oval punches from Stampin’ Up! and attached with a silver cord to the stocking.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!!

OH, by the way, we got our first light dusting of snow on Monday and today we are having a full on snowstorm!  It’s a white winter wonderland outside right now! Love it!!

Have a creative day!

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5 Comments

  1. Deena says

    Thanks Rosana! There is nothing on the eyes, I think that the “fuzz” just accentuates them. Hugs, Deena

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  2. Deena,

    Wow… already snow!!! It’s getting colder here… so we’re also looking out for some little snowflakes!

    Gorgeous card!!

    Saskia 🙂

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  3. Rosana says

    Sooo Cute!!! Hi is looking right to me! (Did you use glass finish for the eyes?)
    Hugs

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  4. Rosana says

    Sooooo Cute!!!! The eyes are looking at me!!! (Did you use glass finish for the eyes?)
    Hugs

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