Crafty Secrets Big Dog Digital Stamps
Hello, Friends! Well, we made it to Friday! TGIF!! I’m popping in today to share a really fun card made with the new Crafty Secrets Big Dog Digital Art Stamps. The Big Dog digital set is brimming with 44 separate digital stamps for big dog lovers. Many of these digital images are 4″ to 6″ in size, and would be very hard to stamp conventionally. However, with digital images, you can resize them or even flip them to make them work for any projects. I got such a kick out of this dapper big dog that I made him up into a fun masculine birthday card. Check it out:
Dontcha just “woof” him? I printed the digital image twice directly onto the Baked Brown Sugar cardstock. I fussy cut one image, treated Big Dog’s top hat with a coat of Glossy Accents and then added all the fun little elements you see here. The sentiment, dog bones, balloons and lapel pin were printed on white cardstock. I used Spellbinder’s label die to cut out the colored sentiment. The bones were treated with Glossy Accents and fussy cut, as was the lapel pin. The colored balloons come with the fun paws printed on them. I coated them with GA, then colored them with my Spectrum Noir pens and added some Stickles. The background paper is the 99 cent digital Brown Paisley.
A touch of ribbon, a metal brad and the outside of this card was complete. Here’s a peeky at the inside:
Well, I hope you have a doggone good weekend. And I hope you’ll join us on Monday when we launch our June Linky Party! The design team has cooked some wonderful tutorials that will have you howling with delight! And, if you’d like to join in but don’t have any Crafty Secrets goodies, be sure to visit the Crafty Secrets BLOG where you’ll find links to FREE downloads. Everyone that plays along will receive a $6 credit to the online store, and one lucky participant will be randomly chosen to win a $50 shopping spree! Bow Wow! That’s worth playing for!!!
I’d love to hear what you think of the new Crafty Secrets Big Dog Digital Stamps….and what you’d like to create with them. In fact, it would make me happy right down to the tips of my crafty little fingers!