Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Dreaming of...



Hi, welcome and thanks for visiting my site. This card was made for the Midnight Madness challenge at http://priscillastyles.blogspot.com/. The picture of the sketch is also posted. This card was sooo much fun!! The supplies used are: Digital stamp from Squigglefly, prisma color pencils and gamsol, Bazzill cardstock, Walmart white cardstock, DP is from local kraft store, Buttons from local craft store, brads, Cuttlebug, Colluzzle, ribbon, PTI chocolate ink, SU markers, dimentionals ( he is 3-D), and crystal effects for his nose and eyes. Thanks for the challenge MM!

6 comments:

Carol said...

Awww now isn't this puppy dog just so fun!!! I love how you have him dreaming of a bone...so inspiring. The little dog house button is awesome. Everything about this card is cute cute cute. You did a fabulous job! Thanks for playing along with us this week at MMSC. I will make sure your name is in the drawing for having the Christmas Blog Hop Logo in your side bar...Good Luck

Carol
MMSC-DT

Karen Lynn said...

What an adorable image! Cute little doggie!

Sandee said...

OMGosh! What a sweet image! Your card is wonderful!!!!

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Brenda - dare I say that this card is so 'dog-gone' cute! What an adorable image. I love all of the extra touches you have done....it adds to much to your card! Loving it - especially that adorable puppy! Thank you for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week - I look forward to seeing what you do next week!
Linda MMSC Guest Designer

Grace said...

This is sooo cute! Love the soft colors and adorable image!

Jane, at Thepaperaffair said...

That is SO adorable, I had to laugh at the done in the bubble. That is most likely other than food they think about! I did us a dog card earlier this week on my blog, thinking the same thing? Anyways loved the digi, the colors of the pup and the papers, and was that a dog house embellishment?

Thanks for playing with us at Midnight Madness, so glad you have been able to play with us and enjoyed this sketch this week.

Jane MMSC DT