Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Whoops!

Today's card is inspired by the 'Use a Frame' theme of this week's Less is More Challenge. I already had this little chap coloured up (he's from the 'Crazy Dogs' set by Tim Holtz for Stampers Anonymous)...I thought he looked like he'd just done something naughty, so cut an aperture using my craft knife to make it look like he'd smashed his way though a wall. The sentiments are from the 'Apologies' set by Paper Smooches.


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8 comments:

Little K Smith said...

Brilliant card Helen! Love it :D
Kelly.x

Esther said...

So funny, and a super way of using a creative framing technique for our challenge! I really love those TH dog stamps, and this one has a hilarious expression! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

Sarah Gray said...

Love this cute card, Helen! This dog is full of character and the way that you have framed him made me laugh :) Great to see you at Less is More.

Joanne James said...

Love this Helen - your 'torn' hole is perfect for your mischievous puppy, such a great way to frame him!

Sazzle Dazzle said...

What a fun design Helen. Your hand cut aperture looks awesome teamed with that super cute and cheeky puppy! He's adorable and I'd love to know what he's up to with that expression on his face. A fabulous CAS design and thanks for playing along with us at Less is More this week.

susiestacey said...

Great card, the dog looks a right character.
Thank you for sharing at Penny Black & More 'Anything Goes' challenge and good luck x Susan x

Sharon said...

This made me smile Helen. Yes, he does look like he has been naughty and your hand cut frame is a brilliant way to showcase this cheeky chappie. It's a crisp and clean design again from you (we expect nothing less, eh?). Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Less is More xx

Aileen Ryan said...

Love it, wonderful idea to cut and frame him like that. looks brilliant and goes perfect with the sentiment.