This card came together so quickly that I almost missed posting this share! I was rushing to make it to send along with the package of prezzies for my hubby’s grandmother, uncle and aunt (they own an affenpinscher-mix that looks so much like this pup).

20151215_131608I embossed some thick card stock with a polka dot embossing folder to give a little texture and interest to the white background. Then I rummaged through my pile of unused bits and pieces scrap box that had this pile of presents that I had drawn with a Copic multi-liner pen a couple months ago.

I colored the pile of presents in one of my favorite Christmas color combinations — red, green, aqua and silver — with the following Copic colors: Red: R05 and 29; Green: G05 and 16; Aqua: BG10 and 32; Silver: N1 and 3. I also used Sakura Gelly Roll pens in Metallic Gold and Clear Star to add sparkle and shimmer. I colored up the My Creative Time “Christmas Doggy” to make a black puppy, trying to make sure the face wasn’t too dark to see the adorable facial features: W3, 5, 7, 9.  The Santa hat was colored with R24, 29 and 39.

Then I added lots of special little details to the puppy. I added my new favorite faux fur/snow texture to the pom pom and hat brim with the DecoArt Snow Writer.  I added highlights to the eyes and nose with a white Sakura Gelly Roll pen.  Lastly, I used just a pinch of Glossy Accents to add shine to the tiny eyes and nose. It’s amazing all the teeny details we crafters can add to a stamped image! LOL Doesn’t he look like a little stuffed animal toy puppy sitting on top of a pile of Christmas presents? So cute!

This card is being entered into the following challenges:
Whimsy Stamps Anything Goes Winter Challenge
MarkerPOP Anything Goes Challenge
CASology Toy Challenge
Card Mania Christmas Challenge
Craft Your Passion Anything Goes Challenge
Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday Holiday Card Challenge
Simon Says Stamp Monday Just A Pinch Challenge

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you are having a wonderful crafty day! WOOF

 

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