Thursday, July 12, 2018

Fred


Meet Fred do love Mo's doggie images, especially ones that I find easy to colour and layer.

I used a MFT frame and placed it on the image so it left enough room at the bottom for Fred to stand on the Simon Says Stamp Stitched Banner.

The papers are some old Doodlebug and the paw-prints are Paper Smooches die. Nearly forgot the scallop border which is a very old MFT which I think could be retired now.

I think I could be stung from the first wasp of summer, which is still itching after a couple of days, lucky its not so hot and we've even forecasted showers!



Mo's Digital Pencil




11 comments:

  1. I do love how you do this in layers how many did you do of the dog. We have one of these on our street he is such a sweetie but larger than life

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  2. This is one adorable card the image the layout and the colours are gorgeous x

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  3. Debby this is just so adorable. Loving the little footprints.
    Hugs
    Desíre
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  4. This is just gorgeous,fab design and image.xxx

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  5. Just love this cute Fred card, all of the papers and details make this so special. I too love Mo's images :)

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  6. Fred is so cute Debby and love the way you have coloured him and have his nose poking above the white circle into that pretty scalloped outer one. I love the spots and stars and the cute different sized paw prints too. x

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  7. An Absolute Delight, a Super card Debby.
    Vinegar works for itchy bites!!!!!
    Faith
    x

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  8. Love this card, super cute image!

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  9. Wonderful card Debby..I love Fred.

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  10. Fred's a very handsome dog--especially with your coloring and layering. Great card!

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  11. Thats wonderful card!
    hugs

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