Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Shaggy Dog Tails

Good Morning!

I would like to begin by welcoming all my new followers who have found me courtesy of the kind introduction Barb has given me on her Blog.  Thank you all for visiting and also for your lovely comments.  I will of course be looking out for your Blogs and following your work.  It is lovely to 'meet' you all.

My card today is created using a digi stamp taken from a Katy Sue Designs CD called Shaggy Dog Tails.

I have taken the image into a graphics program and re-sized it to suit the size of the card I wanted to make.  I have used alcohol markers to do the colouring, not that there was a great deal required!  For a background I have used an embossing folder, some black card and a die cut square to mat and layer.  The final touches are a sentiment and a couple of small flowers I found in my 'bits box'.


I hope you like it!

It's a busy time for me at the moment as apart from making samples for some up-coming shows (more about that in a later post), I also have a place booked tomorrow on an all day WOW Embossing Powders course at Loobi Crafts which I am really looking forward to. So if you happen to be in driving distance of Leighton Buzzard, I think there may be a space or two on the repeat workshop this Saturday - it's bound to be sparkly!

That's all for now,


  1. What a sweet card. I like that die cut frame.

    1. Hi Judy! As you have a cat family of your own - check out my post on 27th Sept last year.......I think you will like that one! xx

  2. A lovely shaggy dog card Anne! That really is a pretty frame. Enjoy your day at Loobi. Barbxx

  3. So adorable.That is a wonderful dag stamp and looks perfect with your design.

  4. Your card is just adorable, Anne! Welcome to Blogland! I'm delighted to meet you through Mary H., who met you through our mutual friend, Barb! Isn't this a wonderful community?! I am happy to be your newest follower and I'd love to have you visit and follow me, too!! Hugs, Darnell

  5. What a gorgeous card Anne - love the fact that you have used a square frame on your image and then placed it on an oblong card.