Monday, June 9, 2014

Hot Dog!

Nothing special here but think this little pup is very glad to finally find the fire plug and is hollering "Hot Dog"!  The stamps I used from Lawn Fawn are from the sets Critters in the Dog Park and A Little Birdie Told Me.  Cute stamps in both sets too!  The challenge at Lawnscaping this week is embossing and I dry embossed the background white with a Sizzix folder and also embossed the images in clear embossing powder after stamping in Versa Black.


I'll enter this in the embossing challenge at the Lawnscaping Challenge, and the challenge at Pixie's Crafty Workshop with snippets.

Thanks for stopping by.......
Lynn

27 comments:

Jessi Fogan said...

I've had times where I've been that happy to see a potty! lol! I love the happy little faces on these guys, and the fab embossed panel!

Donna Hanley said...

Great embossing folder on this one and I love that you cut out your characters and popped them up. The twine makes great grass for everything to sit on. Fun card, Lynn. Love It. Have a good week.

Monica said...

Soooooo cute. Super colouring and hot dog indeed. Lol.

Monica said...

Soooooo cute. Super colouring and hot dog indeed. Lol.

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

I love the design of this card... and the dog and fire hydrant are great! Cute!!!

Carol L said...

What a cute pooch and blue bird! I love the peek-a-boo panel of polka dots and the diagonal embossing looks great! Adorable card!

KT Fit Kitty said...

Haha, this is so cute! These stamps are adorable! Love your embossing too!

Lynn McAuley said...

What a fabulous layout for this hot dog and his bluebird friend!! Sensational card, Lynn! Too, too cute!

Anne Temple said...

Wonderful design and such a cute image. Rambo may get jealous though :-)

MiamiKel said...

Super duper cute!! What a charming card in design and color! I have yet to open up my stamps from Lawn Fawn from my birthday splurge in March, LOL!

Tammy said...

Absolutely delightful and fun! Love how you framed the image and your terrific coloring!

Linda Simpson said...

Love the background and your layout. A cute image too.
Hugs
Linda xxx

JD/ Jill said...

Cute card...the red just makes the card pop!

Maxine D said...

Super cute card Lynn - the 'naughty' in me would had thought of the sentiment "Ah, the relief" - take that as you will ;-)
Blessings
Maxine

Brenda said...

Oh Lynn, this card is just too cute! I love that cute dog with his fire hydrant and of course the little birdie is too cute too! Love the embossing as well. You sentiment is just perfect and I'm sure that is just what that cute dog is thinking! lol Hugs, Brenda

Shelly Schmidt said...

What a fun card- loving the layout you used. The dog is so fun- and the dog & fire hydrant together are so fun : )

Davi said...

Love the diagonal embossing to go with that little cutie and his fire hydrant!! Very fun card Lynn :)

NanaConnie said...

Too funny, Lynn! Love the way you placed the twine right under his feet. Looks like he's standing on grass.
I have a pile of cards to photograph and schedule but I had to replace my camera again -- 2nd time in 2 years! :-( I leave again on Friday so am hoping the new camera arrives before I leave, otherwise nothing gets posted until I'm back the following week. Forgive my being MIA again. :-D

Bonnie said...

This is one cute and happy little pooch! Love your layout and the embossing!

Deepti said...

I love the bright colors and cute images of this card :)

Kristie Goulet said...

Super cute, Lynn!

Tammy said...

Awww such a sweet CAS card Lynn! I love that image and it's colored beautifully!
Tammy x

Shirley said...

A really cute 'hot dog'! Love that cutie pie bird on the hydrant too! The ribbon could pass for grass!

scrappymo! said...

This is so darned cute!

Di said...

Aw so cute Lynn! You do have an eye for great stamps and always use them so well.

Hugs, di xx

Margaret said...

Aww... So glad he found a hydrant!! lol! Your images are adorable!!

MaryH said...

Yep, another cute poochie. Can just tell how happy he is to find the hydrant. Love the bakers twine tie, and the EF made a nice background for the red dp mat too. TFS & Hugs