Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Puppy Wuv


     Wow, it's October already!  I have another Art Impressions Zoo Babies stamp to share with you.  Now I've never seen too many dogs in the zoo so we'll pretend that he's a wild dog pup.  The stamp and sentiment are from the "Wuff Set".
     For my card I started by creating a panel for the image by using a Heidi Swapp stencil and some modeling paste which I dusted with fine glitter.  I die cut the circle and hearts and popped the fussy cut pooch up on top.  You can't see it but his bow is all sparkly with Wink of Stella glitter pen.  A few sequins for a little more sparkle and he was set.  Oh and after I colored the pooch I used a terry cloth towel and some Colorless Blending solution to give him the "furry" look.
     Hope you enjoyed seeing this sweetie.
     Be blessed!

Supplies:
Paper--Georgia Pacific, Copic XPress-it Blending card
Stamps--Art Impressions "Wuff Set"
Ink--Memento Tuxedo Black, Wink of Stella Clear Glitter pen
Copics Used:
dog E31, E33, E35, E37, E50, E51, C2, C4, C6, C8
bow R35, R37, R39, R43
Tools--Heidi Swapp Chevron stencil, Quickutz Nesting Circles
Miscellaneous--Liquitex Modeling paste, Recollections Snow extra fine glitter

20 comments:

  1. He is adorable Tracy! I just learned about the blending solution & terry cloth the other day but have not been able to find a bottle of blending solution....will have to wait till I go to Arizona I guess!
    Hugs, Renee

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  2. Aawwwww... Love to lift him off your adorable card straight away Tracy, really lovely! Hugs, Ira
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  3. Awwwww such a sweet image! Your furry colouring is perfect, I must try that technique - it looks so effective. I love the textured background and pretty sequins too.
    hugs Sue xx

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  4. Mercy Tracy....this is just as sweet as can be! You know I am a sucker for a puppy! Your coloring is spot on as usual and your layout is adorable.....you are a true design master, my friend! Big hugs to you and Baxie sends his love too! ;)

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  5. Awww! How can you not love this guy!! Beautifully coloured and as always your modelling paste is perfectly done ... Love the glitter too!

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  6. Absolutely adorable Tracy! I must look up that texture/furry technique & have a go, likewise with the stencils too, hadn't thought of that! Time to get the dreamweaver out & play :-)

    Have a good day x

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  7. Oh, Tracy! This is such a cute puppy, and your coloring is amazing! I had to see the larger image to check out your amazing technique to make his fur so realistic!! Totally in love with him!! Ah! Hugs!

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  8. He's adorable! I love that terry cloth & colorless blender technique for adding a furry texture. I have pieces of different textiles that I use for effects. Love your card!

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  9. LOLOL...your wild dog pup is precious!!

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  10. Aaaaw... So adorable! He's the cutes. :)
    Love the design...

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  11. Awesome Chevron background with modeling paste/stencil. The doggie is also a really cute image. We just love dogs. Another great Tracy card! Hugs, Geri N.

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  12. He is just the sweetest! Love the modeling paste background, another awesome design!

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  13. Ooh such a cute puppy Tracy and love the chevron background idea
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  14. There can not be anything more adorable then this little guy and this card! :)

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  15. Oh my goodness he is a super cute puppy! I love your coloring of him and the little tip on how you made his fur look more real.

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  16. And I wuff this card!!! The image is adorable as always but I love the reds and pink you've added in your papers, inks and the lovely sequins!!! So, so pretty!!!

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  17. Wonderful card Tracy. I love the texture of the puppy and the sequins. Have to get some of those. Hugs, joann sassy raggedy

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