Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Party Pup

I have another CAS card featuring a snippet of patterned paper to share today...this one has a masculine feel though. I stamped 'Party Pup' by Whipper Snapper directly on to my card blank, then coloured him using watercolour pencils. I cut the patterned paper in to a banner shape, then doodled around the edge using a black gel pen. I stamped the sentiment (from the Paula Pascual 'Big Messages' set) stamped on a speech bubble (cut using a Sizzix/Craft Asylum thinlit die), popped up on 3D foam pads.


Challenges for this card:


13 comments:

Dot said...

Such a cutie, Helen....love your CAS style,
hugs Dorte

Esther said...

So adorable! I love how you've matched the colouring to the patterned paper. A super CAS card and fab entry to LIM. Well done!

Wendy Johnson said...

What a cute pup. Fab card and great colouring.

Sharon said...

Your charming little pup image is a great match for the striking designer paper Helen. Beautifully coloured as always.
Thank you so much for sharing this with.
Sharon xx
"Less is More"

Sid said...

Helen how cute is that?

Annette said...

Awwww, I love that doggie. So cute Helen.
Hugs
Annette - Netty's Cards
xx
Proud to design for :
Lili of the Valley,
My Mum's Craft Shop,
In The Pink Challenge
As You Like It Challenge.

Crafty She said...

Hi Helen, what a lovely card. It really made me smile. :-) xx

Samantha said...

Gorgous colouring Helen love this image too! Thanks for joining in with our challenge at As You Like It,
hugs Samantha :0)

Sarah Gray said...

Love this fab card - the dog is so cute and the patterned paper adds the perfect accent! Thank you for sharing with us at Less is More, Helen :)

Chrissie said...

Another super creation Helen and more terrific colouring!
Thanks again
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Anne said...

What an adorable image Helen - great colouring match with your DP too
Thanks so much for joining us
Anne
"Less is More"

Anja Curvers said...

Such a lovely card. Thanks for joining us at ATCAS.

Doni High said...

Love the hand drawn edging on the plaid banner...Thanks for joining us at ATCAS.