INAS #118- Furry Friends

 Good Afternoon,

I am late with my post.  Friday night was our 44th Wedding Anniversary.  We have actually been together for 48 years, we started dating when I was 16.  My dad asked me to wait until I was 20 to get married so two weeks after I turned 20 we were married.  

Todays challenge at International Art & Soul is a fun one, #118 Furry Friends.

I saw this digital stamp on Dr. Digi and had to have it!  It's called "Doggie Zoom".

A doggie with all of his friends on Zoom!  So cute and funny!  I used a combination of colored pencils and Copic Markers to color.  The paper is really old, it's called "Max & Whiskers" the Missing you Stamp is from Hampton Art.  I think I got it on Amazon.  The brad that's holding the tag is very old too.  I used Spellbinders Card Creator #8 to make the squares.

I'm entering this card into the following challenges:

A Bit More Time To Craft - #145 September/October - ATG

Crafty Animals - #54 ATG (With Animals)

Crafts Galore Encore - #91 ATG

DLArt - September Linky Challenge - ATG

Sweet Stampers - #60 Stripes and/or Dots

(PIN)spirational - #281 September - 

Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting.  Please visit my DT Sisters over at International Art & Soul to see what they have created and then join us!  It's always fun!



  1. I called by earlier but couldn't see your card. I wanted to say how cute that image is and the sentiment is perfect. Hazel x

  2. Fab card.
    Thank-you for joining us at the Crafts Galore Encore Challenge.

  3. What an absolutely fabulous and fun card Chriss - love it
    Stay safe

  4. Sweet card!! Thanks so much for participating in my PINSPIRATIONAL challenge!!! Can’t wait to see you participate again in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafting day!! Stay safe and healthy!! Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper

  5. Oh Hun this is just amazing I love it. Sall xx

  6. Lovely and sweet.
    Thank you for joining us at the Sweet Stampers and i hope to see you again.


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