Heart of paw prints

by | Jan 17, 2018 | Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge, Inky Paws | 7 comments

This card is a sympathy card, but since I am starting to make Valentines I just keep thinking that it could fit there also.  I think that a lot of cards have identity issues when I am looking at them and trying to classify them as one thing in particular or another.  Then again that could just be me….

I used Furr-Ever Friends from Newtons Nook for the main design on this card.  I started by cutting out my strips, heart, and banner.  I then stamped my pawprints and sentiment.  I affixed my pieces to the front of my card and then tied my twine in a bow and added it as well.

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7 Comments

  1. Marie Flayer

    Oh, what a fabulously fun card! I love the paws theme over a heart background. Thanks for sharing this pretty card with us at AHSC blog–please join us again soon!
    🙂 Marie AHSC DT

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  2. Andrea Shell

    What a sweet card! Love the hearts on the paper and that pink bow! Thanks for playing along with us at the Inky Paws Challenge!

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  3. Indy

    Oh so cute with the paw prints on the heart! Thanks so much for sharing your lovely creation with us at Inky Paws Challenge!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  4. Lori

    This is such a pretty card! Love the paw print heart. Thanks so much for sharing with us at AHSC! – Lori DT

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  5. Jennifer

    This is such a sweet card. Pets for sure leave a paw print on our hearts. I’m sure the recipient of the card will be grateful for your thoughts. Thank you for playing with us at AHSC this week.

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  6. Annette Clark

    Great card, Gina! I agree, this could just as easily be a Valentine as a sympathy card, and you really have me inspired to create a Valentine for my baby sister and her poodle. Great take on the sketch and thanks for sharing with us this week at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge.

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