Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Hot Dog


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Though I am running later than what I would like, I did want to post this card today.  Many of you could be having a hot dog, or two, today as you celebrate the Fourth of July.  Very American.  Or, you could have a little German hot dog, which is what I have, love and adore every day.  I thought I'd play around with Rubbernecker's "Dog" (SKU: 569-18) image and see if I could somehow integrate it into today's holiday.

I stamped the dachshund onto X-Press It cardstock with Marvy black dye.  I colored the image with Copic markers and then cut around the image with my Cutter-bee scissors. 

I created the flag with patterned paper from Queen & Co. (the red and white stripes) and the a scrap of unknown (sorry!) pattern paper (the blue dog paws).  I added six white dog bone brads to the blue patterned paper.  I framed the blue square and the red and white striped panel with black cardstock.

I stamped the Rubbernecker sentiment of "Hot Diggity" (SKU: 568-11) onto a sentiment flag that was cut with a Nestabilities die using Versafine Onyx Black.


Thank you so much for visiting my blog today!  I hope you are enjoying your holiday (or day, if you are a visitor from outside the United States).

7 comments:

nwilliams6 said...

that doggie is tooo cute. Wonderful card!

Sue from Oregon said...

Ha!!! perfect sentiment and such a creative card Kecia! Made me giggle!

Ellen said...

Such a cute patriotic card Kecia! Awesome flag! Hope your fourth was fun filled!

Julia Aston said...

So cute! love your doggie flag Kecia!

Karen said...

giggle...so cute...love it...

Judy Rozema said...

SO SO clever and cute!

Juliana said...

AAACK!
This is so darn cute!!!!
Brilliant, Kecia!

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