Happy Howlidays

You might have guessed I couldn’t resist a stamp set with a dog AND a cat in it, right? Happy Howlidays is a cute little set with sweet little sentiments for dog and cat cards. And I’m adding another to my Holiday Backgrounds series, I hope you enjoy it! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

To finish off the card, I trimmed the colored panel to 4″ wide x 5-1/2″ tall, and popped it using foam tape. I tied a piece of ribbon around it and added a sentiment on a circle. Done! Supplies below.sandy-allnock-happy-howlidays-christmas-card

Heads up!

Some fun things are coming up in November, so be sure to pop by to get inspired:

  1. Exploring Watercolor class signupregistration open!!!! More info here too.
  2. 30 Days of Bible Lettering is hosting another 30-day challenge; this time they’re working with YouVersion, a Bible app, to provide devotionals along with the Scriptures for each day. Read more HERE. I’ll be playing along and sharing my lettering on Instagram.
  3. 24 tags of Christmas videos are coming up! I give away the tags so there’ll be 24 chances to win…. I’ve scheduled it for election week, so we all have something to look forward to that week!
  4. Art Gift Kits for Christmas…something new! Lots of questions I get are about what supplies a person needs to start out with a medium, and I’m going to aim this project at a collection of supplies you might want to give others to help encourage them to dive into art or a new medium. I plan to have it posted before the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales so you can have a checklist ready, so be thinking of who’s on your list needing creative encouragement!

Supplies

Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project. Compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.

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