Another Saturday's rolled around and it's time for my weekly challenge from Less is More. This week is particularly difficult for me as I don't have stamps with animals on them! So this week, I had to resort to digital stamps.
At this point in our lives we don't have pets. I've had pets off and on during my life, but after losing our last dog, Muffin, I just don't have the heart to get another pet. Muffin lived to be 15 years old, which is quite old for a Pomeranian. She was the cutest little ball of fur you've ever seen...all 4.5 pounds of her! I've never had a cat as a pet except when I was a child. We always had a cat or two around the house...and usually 3-4 dogs! Anyway...on to my cards for this week's challenge.
This first card is probably one of my favorite digital stamps. The image is from Mo's Digital Pencil. I remember holding a cat like that when I was a child...and obviously the cat is less than thrilled! I printed the image on white card stock and cut out a panel with a Spellbinder die. I colored the image with Copics, and popped it on a dark blue card base. The sentiment is from Simon Says and is heat embossed in white. The bottom corners of the card base were rounded with the corner chomper.
This next card was a coloring page that I re-sized to fit my card. I printed the image on white card stock and only colored portions of it with Copics. I know the focus is on pets this week, so I only wanted to highlight the puppy. Actually, I think it turned out kind of cool with only parts of it colored. I pop dotted the image on a piece of red and then adhered the red piece to a white panel . I stamped the sentiment from Simon Says and added a couple of scored lines below the sentiment and above the red panel and used a ticket punch for the corners of the white panel and the image panel. I used a Simon Say die to cut the small heart, then added it with a pop dot and coated it with glossy accents.
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