Scrap 'N Stamp Puppy Love Blog Hop

Welcome to the February Scrap ‘N Stamp Puppy Love Blog Hop! Are you ready for a cuteness overload? 

To enjoy this Blog Hop is very easy! Simply read to the end of this post, and then you’ll find a link to click for the next post. BUT before you click – leave a comment! Everyone who leaves a comment is automatically entered to WIN A PRIZE! Before the end of the month, one lucky commenter is randomly drawn to WIN a $50 Gift Card to Scrap ‘N Stamp. How’s that for sharing the love?!


I took the ‘puppy’ part of puppy love literally, and included 2 cute pooches in my card! It’s a very simple to make, yet cute card.  Perfect for bringing your kids to the craft table with you.

Scrap 'N Stamp Puppy Love Blog Hop

This is one of the latest stamps from Colorado Craft Company (3C), called Wishing Happiness. It has some adorable images and cute sayings, great for any gender, and any age.


I wanted a heart background, but don’t have an appropriate stencil. I remedied that by die cutting a large heart from an acetate sheet, and creating my own stencil/mask! To create the heart, lay the die cut heart shape on the piece of white cardstock. Next, use a blending brush and apply Spun Sugar Distress Oxide ink around the edges of the heart. I’m really happy with how it looks!  Next, set up the cardstock in a stamp platform, and stamp the 2 dogs in Nocturne ink. Cover the stamping with clear embossing powder, and set with a heat tool. Now you can colour with your alcohol markers.  I had fun adding a couple of patches to the little dog! Finally, add some shadows under the dogs, to ‘ground’ them.

After colouring, set the panel back into the platform, and stamp the sentiment, also from the Wishing Happiness set, in Versamark ink. Cover with pink embossing powder, and heat set.  For layering, add a piece of foil paper on top of a dark pink card base, and then your card front on top, with foam tape. The final touch is to add a few Nuvo Cherry Heart embellishments!

Scrap 'N Stamp Puppy Love Blog Hop


Be sure to leave me a comment, before you ‘hop’ on to the next post! Let me know how you’re enjoying our Scrap ‘N Stamp Puppy Love Blog Hop, and my card. If you like challenges, you can also join the Scrap ‘N Stamp Facebook challenge group. Every month, you’ll see a list of word prompts. Create a card for each prompt (or however many you want to), and then share it. Post it to the FB group, using the hashtag #snschallenge. At the end of each month, one participant is randomly drawn & wins a $50 Gift Card to shop Scrap ‘N Stamp!

Now, head over to Chala’s post and see her fabulous Puppy Love project!



To recreate my card, you can find the supplies you need in the links below. If you choose to use my links, you help support me in maintaining my blog. Thanks in advance!

Scrap 'N Stamp Puppy Love Blog Hop


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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project. Whether a card, painting or other project - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you create with me! :)

25 thoughts on “Scrap ‘N Stamp Puppy Love Blog Hop

  1. Who doesn’t love puppies? And yours, simply steals the show. What a cute stamp set and great card. Love the stencilled background heart and your patches on the puppy!

  2. Simply precious!! I’ve always giggled at that sentiment, my aunt always told me that! This card is so so precious from the CCC stamp, but I never saw this stamp, which you designed so so pretty. I must remember the grounding tip sure makes a difference. Ms. Deborah stay safe and I appreciate the chance to win new goodies!

  3. Your card is so cute! I love the playful dogs. I also love the idea of creating a heart mask with your own dies. It makes a great background. Thanks for sharing!

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