March 03, 2016 0 Comments

Welcome Dare 2B Artzy fans!!

Karen N, from Craftily Yours, here to share a fun project with you!!  We have an adorable and cray-cray Queensland Healer named Chief.  When we go do something that has fireworks, we kennel him (because fireworks terrify him), so I decided to make a card for the nice people who care for him.


I used two different Dare 2B Artzy stamp sets – Puppy Talk and Pet Lovers.  The gorgeous paper I used can be found in the Dare 2B Artzy In Bloom Paper Pack.  One special thing about this paper is that even the “ends” can be used.  That fun dotted line is actually the end where the name of the paper can be found!

Here’s a close-up of that adorable puppy!

The Dare 2B Artzy Pet Lovers set has really fun sentiments like this one that I used to decorate the inside:
The Copic Markers I used to color the pup are:
Hearts:  R83
Pup:  C1, C3, C5, R21
Collar:  B32, B34

Thanks for stopping by!  Be sure to check back for more amazing inspiration!  Stay crafty!

Craftily yours,

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