Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Calling all Dog Lovers, Wonderful Mix of Samples and...


If you love dogs our Little Dog Digital Set and Big Dog Digital Stamp Set are both uploaded and they turned out great with a variety of dog breeds and fun to sentimental phrases. I also have a great mix of samples by our Design Team like our first sample made with the Little Dog set by Kathy Clement.


Here's page 1 of Little Dogs. You can see the sizes of each stamp which are all saved as PNG 300 dpi/ppi files, so they are transparent, re0sizeable and you can layer them.


Here's Page 2 Preview of Little Dogs. You can size the dogs to fit on the chair or bed, print and color them and add pop dots for dimension.  There is a sympathy stamp on both sets. Cindy, our graphic designer's little dog Princess sadly passed away while we were working on these so it felt important to make sure they both had nice Dog Sympathy stamps. 


Yep, we got a little carried away and we still didn't get every breed


Here is our Big Dog Digital Set if you missed it.  It has more large etchings of large dog breeds that have amazing detail


DT Leader Kathy Clement also created this pretty 3D layered birthday card using our Birds and Blossoms Digital Scraps and some of our Garden Papers. If any of you have stayed away from digital because you like getting inky, Kathy loves to get inky and use different mediums with our digital stamps and printables.



Look at this adorable card by DT Member Michele Kovack who created an everyday card with one of the ducks off our Feeling Yucky Digital Set which is only $4.95


Baby Card by DT Member Darlene Pavlick using some cool dies with a darling image from our Baby Memories card stock Vintage Cuts on sale for .75 cents.


I'm a sucker for this pink and blue combo on this pretty graduation card by DT Member Sheila Rumney  below. The image and poem are from our Little Blessings Scraps on sale for $1.95 and look how she tied the lace so bow like a curtain and attached a tiny bit of rolled paper for a diploma.


Do any of you watch the TV Show Mr Selfridge?  The 2nd season is addictive and my mom, Scott and I are hooked (just like we are with Downton Abbey) It's based on the true story of retail tycoon Harry Selfridge from the USA who opens a department store in 1909 on the wrong side of town in London. The decor, the fashionable outfits and the store are all so interesting - I want to go to the real Selfridges Dept Store which still has many of the old fixtures.    His store was the first to offer 'ready to wear' clothes. Before that you were measured and tailors would whip up your outfit and often deliver it the next day.

Wow - how times have changed. I wish I could time travel and go the the Grand Opening Day shown below!  We are going to have digital stamp sets in Ladies Fashions, a Vanity Set and a Millinery Hat set but there are a couple of other sets that need to be done first.


Wishing you joy and creativity



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3 comments:

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Loving these new stamps and printables, Sandy! If I didn't know better, I'd think you have a magic wand to make everything so gorgeous. Can't wait to see what you "cook up" next! Hugs!

the primitive country bug said...

Love all of the design teams projects! These dogs are adorable. I'm just getting into using the digital images. I do like the versatility of creating whatever size is needed. Great job Sandy!

Personally Created (Michele) said...

Hi. I'm Michele and I am addicted to Downton Abbey and Mr Selfridge. ;) I was so bummed out today when I pulled up last night's episode on the dvr and learned that it was the season finale. Another PBS show I like is Bletchley Circle. It's about British women who worked at breaking codes during WWII. Kind of a top secret version of Rosie the Riveter. Going to Selfridge's would be an amazing shopping trip, wouldn't it? I can't wait to see the "Selfridge" ladies you all come up with!