Wednesday, July 4, 2012
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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).