Monday, February 18, 2019

Rescued is my Favorite Breed

I couldn't resist playing along with the CAS challenge at SCS today.  We are to use 1/3 of the card for this challenge.  I am featuring one of the new sets by Picket Fence Studios, Rescue is my Favorite Breed.  The little silhouettes are darling!  For a little extra fun, I used the Random Dots Stencil.  First I stenciled on Peanut Brittle color and then Dandelion.  Purely by accident, I found that stenciling a second color on top of the first adds a little extra punch!  The  Life Changing Blending Brushes are such a fun and easy way to add color.  They come in several different size packages linked below.  

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3 comments:

  1. Your card is so cute. Rescued is a great breed, I agree. We had a rescue boxer that we lost almost 2 yrs ago. He was a great dog. Our grandson still says, I wish Sawyer could come back.

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  2. Ohhh stop! This just made me cry!! My daughter has this on a tshirt from her dog rescue work (we now have a rescue cat, too! LOL) This is positively - wait, PAWsitively! - beautiful! ♥
    You have the brightest heart and the sweetest creativity!
    I simply must head to PFS next paycheck :)

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  3. Awww, this is SO SWEET, Angie! We have a few "rescued" animals here! They were strays....but, no longer! ;) I think it would be hard to stop stenciling when using those FUN BRUSHES! LOL I got some myself & LOVE THEM! I like your addition of another color on top! It DOES ADD to the stenciling! ;) INKY HUGS for coming over to visit!!! ;)

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