Monday, 27 April 2015

Eat Cake Graphics: Yippee!

How's this for a happy looking puppy?!
This is Rowley jumps Yippee! from Eat Cake Graphics.  I've coloured him with watercolour pencils, and then dotted a pale blue copic marker round his edges so it looks like he's up in the air.
Sentiment die from Simon Says Stamp.

You'll find lots more loveliness from Eat Cake Graphics over at their blog: A Sprinkling of Samples and Techniques


  1. What a fun card Lynne!! He is a great character and looks like he's stuck to a patio window!! xx

  2. Brilliant! Such a fun image, Jo x

  3. gorgeous doggy card Lynne - love that cute image!
    Kim x

  4. What a fantastic image and a lovely card :o)
    Jackie xx

  5. Love your cute doggy card.

  6. That happy doggie just makes me smile - just like Ruby - too darn cute! Thanks for you wonderful blog comment and sorry for my late visit - trying to catch up with everyone....

  7. Such a fun puppy! Great card design too. Thank you so much for playing along with us over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog this week :)

  8. Cute and lovely card.
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts; welcome again;-))m

  9. I LOVE this image! That crazy dog makes me giggle. Your coloring is great (as usual)and the vibrant blue background is perfect!

  10. Lovely card. Thank you for sharing with the Cutie Pies. Shona xx


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