So today was David's birthday. In honor of the event Deuce made him a card. I did assist by guiding his paws a bit when using the Marvy punch (the lack of opposable thumbs was an issue), but I swear to you that my dog is this talented.
Deuce started with a base of ruby red cardstock layered with a piece of the SU! Ginger Blossoms designer paper. He then stamped the focal image in basic brown onto whisper white. He used my SU! markers to color and my clear Spica glitter pen to accent the collar and flower. Then he punched it out with my purple Marvy scalloped oval punch (this was where I assisted) and sponged the edges generously with close to cocoa ink. He wrapped the card in May Arts ribbon, attached the focal piece with dimensionals, added the brads and the sentiment (again tracing over with the clear Spica glitter pen) and then wrote his heartfelt greeting inside. I won't describe the presents that Deuce hid for David in the living room...just use your imagination. I wish it had only been a figment of my imagination!
Until next time...M
Ink: SU! close to cocoa, chocolate chip, basic brown
Cardstock: SU! ruby red, whisper white, SU! Ginger Blossoms designer paper
Stamps: Penny Black, sentiment from Papertrey's Piece of Cake set
Other: purple Marvy scalloped oval punch, crop a dile, American Crafts brads, May Arts ribbon, clear Spica glitter marker, SU! creamy caramel, ruby red, more mustard and close to cocoa markers, SU! foam dimensionals