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Pug Life - A Sad Story

Hi Everyone,

 The new October release is now available in the Funky Fossil Designs shop

My favorite set is Pug Life

Clearly there is a story that comes with all those stamps. And I made it into a little book:

I colored with Inktense pencils and markers. Did some masking for the background. The words I made up myself and printed them with the help of my computer/printer. If you are wondering how I did the white on black - I selected a black background and white font. What's not on the set I drew by hand. The narrow sleeve to hold the little book together is made with the new FFD Washi tape.

I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting. 

Linking up with:

As You Like it - favorite non-card project (totally my favorite, love what you can create with stamps)



Flo said…
Eine süße Hundegeschichte! Und dazu noch in Buchform!!! Klasse.
Woher nimmst Du all diese Zeit?
Liebe Grüße aus Duisburg
conil said…
Oh my goodness. This is too cute. You're so clever to have made a story from the images. It's wonderful.
Rosmarie said…
Ge-ni-al!!! Bin total begeistert von deinem süssen Büchlein und der Geschichte! Werde mich in Acht nehmen, wenn ich nächtses Mal von Wienern träume...

That is so clever of you to create a little book with those images and I love the story line too! You are so talented girl!
Chrissy said…
Fabulous and so CUTE! the little pug..Thank you so much for joining in with our challenge this fortnight at As You Like It..


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