Pupucinno Pumpkin Latte Card by Carrie Rhoades
Hey there! It’s Carrie Rhoades here, I am so excited to be sharing with you here on the Not 2 Shabby blog today! 

Recently I have been playing with one of the newest digital stamps from the shop, Puppuccino. I recently made a slimline card with this digital image, coloring this dog to look like my own dog. When I made that card I actually colored the image twice. I saved one to use another day. 

Today is that day. I really wanted to give my pup a pumpkin spice latte this time around. 

You can see here that I choose to do no-line coloring for this image. 

It’s easy to do with a digital stamp if you print out your image at 20% opacity. Another thing I love about digital images is that you can make them any size you like. I thought it was so much fun to have this pup take up the majority of the card. Let’s take a closer look at the coloring. I used a variety of Copic Markers to color this image in. If you want to see the coloring in action you can watch the video I did where I made the slimline card, right here

To take this pumpkin spice latte up a notch I pulled out my You, Me and Pumpkin Spice stamp set to stamp a sentiment and image right onto the cup. 

 I masked off the pup image using printer paper and temporary adhesive, so that I could stamp a table using a woodgrain stamp set. Next I cut out the image to mount onto my card. I used some patterned paper from my stash and some coordinating card stock for layering behind it. 

I added a few orange gems I had on hand for embellishment to finish off the front of this card. 

 I did not forget about the inside, I used another of the images from the You, Me and Pumpkin Spice stamp set for added interest. 

That finishes up my Puppuccino Pumpkin Latte card. If you have not played with the digital images from the Not 2 Shabby shop yet I encourage you to give it a try. There are so many possibilities with digi images and I had so much fun coloring this pup to look like my own dog. 

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Stamping, Carrie

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