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Another Birthday?

Hi peeps! How's thing going? Vera here today on this beautiful Saturday. 

I am an animal lover at heart and for those that knows me personally, know that I am a huge dog lover. I am especially drawn to pug, but I love dogs in general. So, when I saw this Crazy Dogs Stamp Set, of course I have to have it (even though they don't have any pug on this set, hah!).

There's just something about their wild eyes that call to me. Hm... does that make me weird? Maybe, but I am okay with that. ;) I have a dear friend that loves dachshund and this particular dog reminds me of her dog, so I am making this card for her. I colored it with Copic and then fussy cut the dog. I don't have the matching dies, yet, so fussy cutting it is.




Aside from the dog, to make this card, I used mostly My Favorite Things products. I die-cut a stitched panel using the largest dies from Die-namics Double Stitched Rectangle STAX and framed it with patterned paper from Plaid Pattern 6x6 Paper Pack. On this scene, this li'l doggy is celebrating with a little tennis ball cake top with candle (from Piece of Cake set; the sentiment also from the same set). The inside greeting say: Piece of cake. :)

I hope this wiggly eyed pup makes you smile and may the rest of your weekend be filled with things that makes you happy. Enjoy your weekend and thank you for stopping by here. Cheers....

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