Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Forever Friend

This is a card which uses several older and seldom used stamps. I love when that happens. My dog is from Rare Images. The paw prints are from a Hero Arts set. The sentiment is a Chapel Road stamp. I used Club Scrap paper for the card base and black, Kraft Outlet kraft paper for the background panel, Core'dinations for the layering panel and Stampland paper for the image and sentiment. The collar buckle is from Tim Holtz.
I am entering this card in several challenges: Mojo Monday -- round or square challenge, Kraft Journal -- cute critters, Word Art Wednesday --anything goes, and Mark's Finest Papers Inspiration Thursday -- Boxers.


Vicki said...

Great card, Barb! I love the corrugated cardboard embellishing.

Karen Letchworth said...

What a sweet card, Barbara. You are super talented and I enjoy your cards. What a blessing to have you share your talents with us and participate in our challenges. I appreciate having you join us, and hope to see you again soon!
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wannabcre8tive said...

Your card is so cute. I love the image of the dog along with the paw prints. The ribbon buckle was a perfect way to wrap up this fabulous card. Thank you for joining us in the Speedy TV Inspirational challenge. I hope you join us again this week.

Karenladd said...

Wow, I love that dog image so much! Such a sweet expression on his face and wonderful card!

Jo Ann said...

This is a great card. Love the distressing and the belt is so cute...Thanks for blessing us with your artwork at Word Art Wednesday. Make sure you join us for our new Challenge starting today and to download our new free scripture Word Art. God bless, always!