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Monday, December 7, 2020

Girls With Pets

 Today I am sharing two cards that I made using the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps-Girls With Pets.  I can relate to this set because I was a girl once. ~grin~  I loved dogs.  I grew up and I still love dogs.  Okay, enough of my love for dogs, it is time to show you my first card.

This was a very easy and quick card to make.  I started out by cutting my card base and mats.  I stamped my Girl with Pets silhouette image on the designer paper mat.    I decided I wanted a sentiment my card and used one from the Sorrowful Pup stamp set.  I adhered my mats to the card base to finish my card.

Once again, I cut the mats for my card and then I stamped my image  of the Covered Bridge on the piece of white card stock.  I colored the image of the using Copic Markers.   I took my dog from the Girls with Pets and inked the stamp with Black ink and stamped it in front of the Covered Bridge.  I put my card together using my ATG gun.  

Thank you, for stopping in today to see my cards.  I always love hearing your comments.  Have a wonderful week.

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  1. Both sweet cards Shirley, love how you can put 2 cards together so different, with the same image.
    Faith x

  2. Such a serene and beautiful first card with the cat and love the vibrancy of the red with the second and the adorable little dog x....I love dogs too....x

  3. You have such an uncanny knack for creative ideas using your stamp sets! Love how you used this set both with and without a background stamp to make these 2 cards with such a warm and fuzzy feel! Awesome creativity!!

  4. Beautiful cards and awesome coloring.

  5. Such beautiful cards Shirley, Kate x

  6. Two fantastic cards Shirley, the first one is so striking and the second is gorgeous with your lovely coloring!!

  7. Two GORgeous cards Shirley.
    I too have had dogs all my life.
    ps. We are still 'girls' inside lol.

  8. Two fabulous cards, lovely images and great colouring on the second one - I love dogs as well.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob