Daschunds Family Album...

April 28, 2018

 Hi,
  Its Hazel from Didos Designs here with another creation for you using the super sweet Daschund Stamp Set. 
I have used a frame die cut for this card to make it look like a family photo on the wall. Im sure thats Mummy Dog on the bottom so proud of her kids above her. 
I stamped the images and then coloured them using promarker pens and the background was made with aquamarkers.   I then die cut my images and the frame and matted and layered them all up. 
You can get the Dachshunds here and the corresponding die set here.  (Its out of stock but you can ask for a wee email to let you know when it's back in store.)
Thanks for dropping by today, I hope I have inspired you, enjoy the weekend. 
Love  Hazel x



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