Sunday, September 21, 2014

Peanut : )

We have been away from our dog for a few days- and have also had no internet connection either......I guess I should have pre-scheduled a post........
 Our dog-Peanut-  does not look too different from this sweet image from the Technique Junkies stamps. He is staying with our neighbor- we hope he will want to come back home tomorrow....... 
I used a technique from the Technique Junkies newsletter called Rainbow Ribbons- from the latest newsletter. Awwwwww

 I have about 500 e-mails in my inbox- and lots of blogs to visit- missed you all : )
Thanks for stopping by!
 Shelly

12 comments:

MiamiKel said...

Beautiful card, Shel! I'm sure your family - and doggie - are glad to have you home! ♥

Maxine D said...

What a lovely card Shelly - love that technique! The wee dog image is so sweet.
Blessings
Maxine

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

how utterly cute ids that Shelley... thanks for sharing, Shaz in Oz.x

Pamellia Johnson said...

This is great, I just love dogs and this one is super cute! Peanut must be adorable! Love your ribbon background, very creative! hugs :)

Leanne said...

Lovely card Shelley. Just e-mailed you again.

Beth Norman said...

What a cute dog. Pretty cool that you have a stamp that resembles your own dog. Love this technique.

Penny said...

You must have a darling dog--love the image! :^)
Really fun design--love the edge cuts & the striped bg ribbons! Very fun sentiment, too! :^)
Hugs, Penny

Debi said...

Cute pup. Nice technique with the ribbons.

Irish Cherokee said...

Love that dog image. So cute. Love the card. - Jim

Terry said...

Oh Peanut is adorable! What a great card and love the technique! I am sure your little doggie will be so thrilled to see you and happy to go home. Well that is if your neighbors don't carry bacon in their pockets! :-)

Anne Temple said...

What a cute card and if Peanut looks like this little guy, he's definitely a cutie! Love the ribbon treatment in the background too.

NanaConnie said...

Love, love, LOVE the ribbon work, Shelly!