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  • Writer's picturePurple Paisley Papers by Darla Foster

We Love Our Pets . . . Stampin' Up! Does Too

The Pampered Pets stamp set and the Pets Dies make for some very cute cards! Whether you like cats or dogs, there is something for you!

The Designer Series in this product suite is so cute! You can see that there are papers for the pups and papers for the cats. the one with the hair on it should win an award. As anyone who has a pet knows, this is sometimes a problem!

These cute kitties were fussy cut from the Playful Pets Designer Series Paper, mounted on the fish and hearts DSP, then black and then Cinnamon Cider card stock with dimensionals so they pop! The HELLO was cut out for me by another demonstrator with the Playful Alphabet Dies. These are high on my list of product to buy! So many things you could do with the alphabet on cards! What

This sweet little kitty went to my Dad for Father's Day. He just recently (after a year of looking) found a kitty to replace the one my Mom and him lost. This card was to my Dad from Mabel (yes, the cat). They love animals of all kinds. Their house is a bit of a menagerie, but on the outside. They live on a mountain, so you can imagine the animals they get.

The paw prints are so dang cute! I die cut the "happy" with the Well Said dies and used the Well Said stamp set for the Father's Day.

I bet you thought I forgot about the pups! No, No. This is an "in the process" photo so excuse the sloppiness, but do you see the bone! I was so excited when someone shared this great punch idea with me!

The pup was stamped with Pampered Pets stamp set and using a Stampin' Blend (alcohol marker pen) colored black. Then he was cut out with the Pets dies.The ribbon and the sentiment are from the Playful Pets Suite.

I promise to show you everything used on this puppy card and how the bone was made when I post the completed card. can anyone guess what shaped punches creates the bone?

Everything I used on the two kitty cards are listed below:

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Purple Paisley Papers
Paper Crafting
By: Darla Foster

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