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Forget the roses, let’s rub noses!

Just look at these two happy pups by Jehanne of Just Some Lines. Could they BE more in love? Now that I’m on the Just Some Lines Design Team–lovingly known as the “JSL Girls”–I get to work with Jehanne’s wonderful digital images all the time. In fact, I will be posting at least one a week here at Globug Ideas. You can also find my design work on my Pinterest Site and in the Crafter’s Digital Art Centre Gallery.

“Forget the roses, let’s rub noses.”  Ain’t LOVE grand?

(Scroll down to see the inside and back views)

I began by creating a duplicate of the image and resizing it just a bit smaller than the original, to create a guy and a girl.

Next, I flipped her over so she would be looking in his direction. Well, they looked so contented, together, that the words, “forget the roses, let’s rub noses,” popped right into my head.

I used my scalloped circle die cutter in my Cuttlebug to create the backdrop and then used pop-dots to mount it on designer paper. I coloured around the love-sick pups and the edge of the scalloped circle with my Copic markers. A sparkly heart and, “Bob’s you uncle,” or, as I always say, “in my case, Bob’s my brother!”


Uh-oh, sparkles are flying all over the place, as these two sweeties rub noses!









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Hang in there, Sweet Pea!

Hang in there, Sweet Pea!

Holding on for dear life!

Little Sweet Pea is holding on for dear life! Isn’t that just what we all have to do at one time or another?

This adorable digi was provided by Just Some Lines for the Crafter’s Digital Art Center (CDAC) Progressive Freebie Challenge  #9 (cdacpc9).

I coloured the image with my Copic markers, of course! I created the stars and the large green scalloped circle with

my Silhouette Cameo. I made the white scalloped circle with my Cuttlebug, by first cutting it out and then running it through with the embossing mat to add that extra touch. I edged it in yellow with a Copic Marker.

My goal this year is to pay more attention to the inside and back cover of my greeting cards, so this Sweet Pea card got the royal treatment. I hope you like it!

P.S. The CDACPC Challenge is open until January 14, 2012, so you still have time to take part. Just head on over to CDAC!

Happy New Year, everyone!