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Saturday, 16 January 2016

Be the Person...

Good Morning my crafting friends, hope the weather is being kind to you where ever you are, we seem to be getting a lot of rain of late but at least its still quite mild with it, well in the daytime of an evening it can get a bit chilly!

Today I am showing a card I made for one of Sheena's shows last week, it showcases one of the Man's Best Friend set.

I had used this stencil in my snowy scene which you can view HERE but decided to make it a summers day with this one, well at least a warmer day!!!

I first inked the card up with Stormy Sky and  Peeled paint distress inks then added the cobble stone path using Pumice Stone and Brushed Cordroy distress inks.

I inked the dog playing with his Frisbee through the stencil using Black Soot and Fired Brick, I put him on the right side as if to show him playing on the grass in the park.

Using the Victorian Park stencil I positioned the stencil where I wanted to  put the railings and inked through with my Versamark ink Pad then heat embossed with Black embossing powder, I cleaned the stencil, turned it over and repeated it for the other side matching up the center posts.

To finish the card I made the sentiment using one of the stamps from the set, I coloured the background of the tag to match the sky.

Items used:

Basic White card
Sheena Douglass Black Card
Sheena Douglass White Stamping Card
Sheena Douglass Stencil A Dog's Life
Sheena Douglass Stencil Victorian Park
Sheena Douglass Little Bit Sketchy Stamps Man's Best Friend
Tim Holtz Distress Inks Stormy Sky, Peeled Paint, Brushed Cordroy, Pumice Stone, Fired Brick and Black Soot

Thank you for looking, Jacquie xxx


  1. Gorgeous image, love this one. Fabulous design and colour combo..

  2. Super card Jacquie and the sentiment made me smile. Christine x

  3. A gorgeous card Jacquie, such a fabulous scene and lovely warm colours.

  4. Hi Jacquie
    Great card and what a super sentiment. Made me chuckle!
    Ang x


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