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Sister Stamps July Release -- Doogie

Hello again!  I can't believe it's the last day of June!  The summer needs to slow down.  But at least this new Sister Stamps release will be available July 1st.  I have one last card to share and it's a birthday card because Sister Stamps is celebrating 2 years!  Happy Birthday to Sister Stamps!

My birthday card features Doogie.  He's adorable!  I love that he has an action pose going on.  The balloons and cupcake are from other Sister Stamps too.  Do you know which two?  The balloons are from Takeo, and I cut them out and tied them onto Doogie's tail.  Though I'm thinking maybe I should've made the balloon strings longer?  Anyway, Doogie's gotta take his own balloons to the party.  The cupcake is from one of my favorite Sister Stamps, Miyoko.  The banner and sentiment are from Lawn Fawn.

Close up photo of Doogie going for that cupcake.

The other day, I took my youngest to J's Knicknacks because they were having another awesome sale.  Mostly I bought Copic Xpress It Blending Cardstock but I let my son pick out his very own Stickles.  He loves glitter glue but Crayola kind doesn't last too long and so he gets disappointed.  He got to pick two colors and a package of rhinestones too.  He loves rhinestones!  I need to teach him to use them in moderation (hoard) and not all on one card!

Be sure to check out the talented ladies below too for more Sister Stamps inspiration!

Jenny (Sister Stamps)

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Blankina said…
Love the colouring on this sweet doggie Eva!
have a nice sunday,
Hugs Blankina
Cheryl said…
I know, before you know it, it's back to school! Another cute card! Ha! Love your little scene! Cute idea with the balloons! Yeah, good idea to stick to glitter glue, I thought the kids kind glitter would be cheaper, but way too messy...especially when some little rugrat starts to use it when I'm not watching!
Rachel Parys said…
Another cutie-patootie!!!
Awesome coloring! love how your feathered the black on his ears....
Jenny said…
Dang! You are so creative... I didn't even realize the balloons were from Takeo and the cupcake from Miyoko! Thanks again for signing on for the long haul!
Melissa said…
So adorable! I love how the ears are colored!
Denice said…
Oh so sweet! Great job coloring this adorable pooch!
Heidi Brawley said…
AWE this is super cute!!! Love how you colored this puppy up. my Birthday was this past Wed. I didn't get many bday cards out of All the card people I am friends with!! I think my card friends are more hoarders then card giver outers!!
eunice said…
What a cute and fun birthday card with Doogie and his balloons tied to his tail...great idea! I'm so totally in awe with how you colored Doogie how your furbabies all look so furry!
RiNNE said…
Fab fur coloring, lady! And the balloons too~!
Mimi said…
too cute! love that you added cupcake and balloons from other SS stamps! ;D

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