Monday, February 17, 2020

CAS359 and CC135 Puppy Birthday

Happy Monday, peeps!  I hope you had a good weekend!  I made a simple birthday card for a young lady at our church, and I used the sketch from CAS(E) This Sketch and the photo inspiration from If You Give a Crafter a Cookie:

So here we go:

I took a little liberty with the sketch, switching the sentiment with the two panels at the bottom!  This sweet little pup is from Little Cuties (ret), and he was stamped with Stazon ink and colored with a blender pen and inks:

The Rococo Rose panel was stamped with a polka dot stamp from Papertrey ink in white craft ink, and I added a little scallop of Smoky Slate, and mounted it on a Smoky Slate card!  I hope she likes it!  Thank you for popping in today--enjoy your day and be blessed!


Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

How cute - love the pink eye patch on your puppy LeAnne and great with the polka dots too! This is a great CAS sketch - I made a card with it too for tomorrow’s post (trying to be organised lol!) Hope you had a fun weekend xx

I Card Everyone said...

Oh, LeAnne!!! This is the cutest little puppy that was ever created! That one perfectly placed pink spot has won my heart!
Thanks so much for including him on our Sketch!

Annette Elliott said...

This is adorable, LeAnne! :)

TLady said...

I think your friend is going to LOVE THIS! What an ADORABLE CARD!!! LOVE the sketch too, & the colors you used! SUPERBLY DONE!!! AND BIG INKY HUGS for your SWEET VISIT! ;)<3

Lisa Elton said...

Awww, what a precious little puppy! This is such a sweet card LeAnne!

Linda Callahan said...

Those cookies are adorable and so is your card!

Deanne Saunders said...

This card is precious!!! Love it! Thank-you so much for participating in our IF YOU GIVE A CRAFTER A COOKIE... challenge. Hope to see your beautiful creations in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!! Sorry so late for commenting, but life has been a bit tough for me lately. I want to take a moment today to tell you that you are an awesome artist!
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper