Pawprints On My Heart Blog Hop

Thank you for joining us for the
Paw Prints on my Heart Blog Hop!
This is a blog hop featuring projects showcasing the love we have for our fur babies!

You should have arrived from

Cindy but if not Connie Can Crop, is the beginning of this Special hop!

This is a one day blog hop, but you have until Sunday at 10pm to finish hopping and leaving your love for all of these talented crafters.
We have two awesome sponsors for this hop!!

Alicia O’Bryant with Golden Goddess Designs is giving away this super adorable Woodland Animals die set!

AND

AudRey Mysterio with Orquide’ Art is giving away this beautiful Mixed Media Tag she created.
What do you need to do to win? Easy… become a follower of each of the fabulous blogs in this hop and leave each of them a comment letting them know what you like best about their projects. Free Shipping to our USA friends but Worldwide will be asked to pay shipping if they win.

You will have until 10 pm Sunday to finish the hop and leave your comments on every blog to be eligible to win.
Winners will be announced on Wednesday 2/13/19 at Connie Can Crop.
Be sure to follow everyone and leave a comment along the way!
You can see how I made this card in detail in the video above. I started by going through my stamp sets and pulling out all of the ones that had hearts or paws in them. I was surprised how many I had! I then also went through and picked out a bunch of red and pink shades of ink.
For the biggest hearts I used Simon Says Stamp’s Really Like You stamp set. I also used some smaller hearts from Lawn Fawn’s Mermaid For You and Happy Wedding. The smallest paw print I used was from Paper Smooches’ Chubby Chums, and the other paw and paw/heart hybrid stamps all came from Three Room Studio’s Wind In Your Fur.
The inks I used were a combination of Altenew and Simon Says Stamp inks. I used Hollyhock and Watermelon from Simon Says Stamp, and Rose Quartz, Coral Berry and Ruby Red for the Altenew inks. Any reds and pinks you may have could work perfectly for this card. Likewise you wouldn’t necessarily need to have the same stamp sets for the hearts and paws.
The last element to add to my card was a sentiment. I chose I Love Mew from The Greeting Farm‘s retired Purfect Cats stamp set. Again, other stamps could be used. The Paper Smooches’ Chubby Chums stamp set has “You’re Purrr-fect” which would work well, for example. Or “Have A Yappy Day” from the Three Room Studio set. I just felt like using the other sentiment as I had it!
I’m really happy with how this card turned out. It’s not at all what I had in mind when I started. Initially I’d planned to add an actual cat image to the card, but I decided there was enough going on just with the hearts and paws. I enjoyed being able to make a quick and easy one layer Valentine card without having to do any masking.
Challenges:

AAA Cards – One Layer and Optional: Love

Addicted to Stamps and More – Make Your Mark

Freshly Made Sketches – Sketch

Simon Says Stamp Monday – Add Some Red


Be sure to hop over to Holli, who is the next stop on the hop.
Here’s our line up in case you get lost along the way.
Be sure to join us next month for our
Shake it UP Blog hop!
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57 thoughts on “Pawprints On My Heart Blog Hop

  1. Thanks for the video tutorial on making this adorable one layer card! No masking is always a plus when it comes to stamping..and those paw print additions are so fun.

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  2. This is such a great card! I just love all of those hearts! The little paw print one is too cute! Such a great sentiment! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

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