Happy Howlidays


I always wanted to make a card for Lawnscaping Challenges as Lawn Fawn is my first love and the reason why I started to be obsessed with card making. I love their stamps and dies, super high quality and fun to craft with. The latest challenge #140 is to use black, purple and another colour, I chose white.

Here is my non-traditional Christmas card for dog lovers:


I stamped, coloured and die cut my images first then started to create my little scene. I used only Lawn Fawn dies this time, I die cut the stitched journaling card once from patterned paper (Doodlebug) and once from white cardstock. Using the stitched hillside border dies I cut two slopes from the white piece and glued them on the patterned one. On the lowest snowbank I stamped my sentiment in purple ink (Altenew) and added the paw print at the end in black. I attached my doggies, embellished them with Spectrum Noir clear shimmer pen and glossy accent.


I die cut a snowflake from a special craft foam which I had in my stash, it has the texture like a towel and looks so pretty in real. I added a heart in the middle cut from purple metallic cardstock, and added glossy accent on top.


For the background I used an MFT paw print background stamp on half of a white piece of cardstock with Lawn Fawn black licorice ink. I die cut the panel with the largest stitched rectangle die. As the middle did not look seamless I added a piece of purple strip to cover the problematic edge 😀 It adds to the design I think. I glued my scene in the middle and the card is ready.


I hope you like it and will pop in again soon.

Have a relaxing weekend,


3 thoughts on “Happy Howlidays

  1. oh my goodness!! this is SO adorable!! so in love with the textures and design! those pups are ADORABLE!! love them in black and purple!! Thank you SO much for playing along with the Lawnscaping Challenge! 🙂


  2. Aw, this is very sweet! I love this non-traditional color palette for a holiday card. It totally works. Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawnscaping!


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