Thursday, June 11, 2009

Happy Howl-i-days

I couldn't make a cat Christmas card without one for the dogs too. Happy Howl-i-days is another PURRS AND PANTS rubber stamp design.

Card Recipe and Ingredients:
Stamps: Purrs and Pants
Patterned: Paper: Bo Bunny
Colored with Copic Markers
Accessories: Nestibilities rectangle and scalloped rectangle dies, Christmas Green Flower Soft, Offray ribbon, Stickles

So now I have a pair of Christmas cards finished intended for the dog and cat lover in mind.



  1. Fun cards! I see you are using your new copics. Don't ya just love them?!!

  2. Hi Jennifer! I've 'seen' & 'known' you from the shack for awhile now, but your intelligent thoughtful discussion about digi stamping vs. 'regular' stamping prompted me to come check out your blog. I love Tricia's fun spirit and you show off her work fabulously. I can very much see myself using the pup under the tree image for a friend's Christmas card. Actually, card and gift making is the only way I'm willing to see Christmas at this time of year. So great that you've got a really nice head start on your cards! I was scrolling down your blog and noticed that your coloring is just wonderful!! I'm so glad I stopped by! :>

  3. Oh yea....forgot to mention, I'm TiikkiStars at the Shack....just in case you were wondering. Have a great night! :>

  4. Christmas cards in June.... I love it!! They are so cute, Jennifer!!
    Beautiful coloring and real Christmascolors too!

  5. Good Grief! I am just wanting a WARM sunny day and come here and see Christmas in full color and glory! These are darling cards, though. Thanks for the shock to my system. Off to weed or something equally summery. Happy Weekend!

  6. Hmmm... digi stamping vs regular stamping discussion? I will have to go on the Shack to check out. Hugs. No, I didnt disappear from blogging, Jennifer. lol Just been super busy. I am trying to come back as much as I can now. I will post about why I've been so busy soon, promise.


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