Friday 13 April 2018

Woof Woof...

Hi Folks,

Argh!!! Today's the day!! Mum and I are having a Kitchen Table afternoon in aid of Maggie's our local Cancer Centre!!!

I have been a slave to the kitchen all week!!! Its all done and we just have to wait for folks to pop in for a cuppa and cake this afternoon!!

This card is one Ive made for Gerda Steiner Designs. Its a super cute doggy using the fantastic new Daschunds Acrylic Stamp set. 

I've done a spot of recycling on this card too. The background of the polaroid is actually from Belles Easter Egg. (She didn't get the choccy part I gave that to the boys but she did get a Peter Rabbit Toy) Spoilt Woof!!!
Image result for cadburys peter rabbit egg

This is so like her as if she could she would play with the ball all day every day!!!

Card Recipe
5 x 5 Kraft Card
Backing Paper - Etsy Ephrazy Designs.
Dog, Ball and Sentiment from Stamp Set.
Frame - PNG image
Coloured with Spectrum Noir Pens.

Thanks for dropping by today,

Love and Sparkles,

Hazel xx

Challenges I would like to enter are...
CCEE Stampers - National Pets Day.
Fab n Funky - Cute Critters.
Rubbernecker Stamp Challenge - Recycle. (My Background on the picture)
Try it on a Tuesday - Recycle


Jackie T said...

Hi Hazel this is a stunning card. The recycling is just brilliant. I hope the sale goes well. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Sarah said...

So cute and great use of the egg packaging :0)

froebelsternchen said...

I love this beautiful and cute designed card with the lovely wiener dog image! So pretty!
Thank you very much for joining us at Try It On Tuesday!
Happy weekend!

Meggymay said...

Its a really cute card, a great idea to recycle the Easter egg box for a background. Thank you for sharing it with us at Try it on Tuesdays.

pearshapedcrafting said...

It always makes me smile that we crafters can spot a useful item so quickly and nab it before it disappears! This is a lovely fun card and I am so pleased you joined us at Try It On Tuesday! Chrisx

Mrs.B said...

A great fun card and clever recycling with the packaging from the Easter egg.
Thanks for sharing at Try it on Tuesdays

Cristena Bagne said...

What an absolutely genius idea!! Fantastic recycling and thank you for joining our challenge over at the Rubbernecker Stamps blog as well!