Dog christmas cards

Celebrate the holiday season with adorable dog Christmas cards. Find the perfect card to spread joy and love to your family and friends. Order now and make their Christmas extra special.
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Guest Designer.....The 12 Kits of Occasions

I am so happy to be posting here today as a Guest with my friends at The 12 Kits of Occasions. Our host this month is Tracey, and she asked me to be her guest for the November kit. The kit was so much fun to play with, and I was able to make 6 cards, until I had to stop playing and move on to other things. Here is a picture of the kit Tracey sent. I think this is my favorite card. I used so many of the adorable dogs in the kit. Thanks so much to Tracey for having me as her Guest Designer…

Bibiana Garcia
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Christmas card with dogs

Let me show you my latest card with the MFT dogs from the Happy Pawlydays stamp set. If you follow me on Instagram you could see the step by step photos of this card. What I used: MFT BB, Happy Pawlidays stamp set MFT, Bitty Holiday Wishes stamp set MFT BB, Jingle All The Way stamp set MFT, Essential Fishtail Sentiment Strips Die-Namics Copic Sketch markers Nuvo Crystal Drops (red berry) Sakura Gelly Roll (white and black) Ranger Archival ink (Vermillion) etc. I hope you like it!!! Thank you…

Mistletoe Home
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Hello. This is one of those cards that I managed to make way more complicated than it needed to be. I really wanted to mask and stamp the pups, then partially die-cut them along the top. I just couldn't figure out how to do it! In the end I die-cut them individually, attached them to a rectangular piece, and cut away the top part of the rectangle. Does that make sense? I wanted some depth to the background, so I attached the Christmas pups panel to my painted piece with foam tape. Then, I…

Stefania Lungherini