These dog die cuts have gone to a new level of cuteness!
When I sat down with Rob at Rubbernecker to design this set of dog die cuts I envisioned my own two and their cute poses. I chose the most card-suitable three and then we made sure to add every last little detail you could need to give you ultimate creativity.
I may be a tad bit prejudiced but I think my two boys- Mickey and Cody are the cutest dogs ever! 🙂
Tree, Dog House and Leaves
- Use woodgrain cardstock to cut the tree and dog house.
- Apply brown with a wet baby wipe to color both the tree and dog house and dry with heat gun.
- Attach the dog house sections together using strips of mounting tape.
- Use white cardstock to cut the tiny leaves.
- Color the leaves using green, red and orange ink and mini applicators.
- Place the leaves face up on a molding pad and form them with the leaf tool.
- Use glossy accents to attach the leaves to the tree.
Dogs and Pumpkins
- Cut the dogs using mustard, brown, cream, black and white cardstock.
- Assemble the pieces and attach them together using glossy accents. Check out my Funny Christmas Card Ideas with Dogs to see another card that I made with another of the dogs in the Set of Dogs. This post has a video showing how I assembled the dog.
- Use green and bright yellow cardstock to cut the pumpkins.
- Use orange ink and a mini applicator to color the pumpkins and attach the pieces together using glossy accents.
Scenery Die Cuts and Card Base
- Use light blue cardstock to cut the A2 sized card base.
- Use green cardstock to cut the grass.
- Cut the flower using blue cardstock and the stems using gr
- Form the flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding and attach them to the stems using glossy accents.
- Cut the picket fence using white cardstock.
- Use bright yellow cardstock to cut the sun.
Assemble the Scene
- Use thin strips of mounting tape and tiny pop dots to attach the tree to the card base.
- Attach the grass layer to the card base using a strip of mounting tape.
- Cut the fence into two pieces sections.
- Tuck the smaller section in behind the grass on the left side of the card and attach using pieces of mounting tape.
- Apply a piece of mounting tape to the black and white dog’s head and attach him on the right side of the card.
- Use pieces of mounting tape to attach the larger fence section in front of the black and white dog.
- Apply pieces of mounting tape to the back of the dog house, tuck it in behind the grass and attach to the card base.
- Tuck the mustard dog in behind the grass and attach him to the dog house using mounting tape.
- Tuck the flowers and pumpkins in behind the grass and attach them using glossy accents and mounting tape.
- Use glossy accents to attach some falling leaves to the card base and grass.
- Finish by attaching the sun to the sky area using a piece of mounting tape.
If you’ve been looking for a set of dog die cuts that lets you make endless variations of these adorable best friends, I encourage you to grab these while they are in stock – they are selling quickly! – so you don’t have to wait for the re-order. And check back soon because, of course, I had a blast with these dog die cuts and have a Christmas card idea I think you will love!
Dog die cuts make the most adorable dimensional dogs for card fronts.