Thursday, September 9, 2010

S2G Critter Blog Hop

****New Release Blog Hop!****
S2G's DT is SALUTING the 'CRITTERS' in our lives...
be they furry, fuzzy or even fluffy!
The sisters are RELEASING ALL NEW DIGI Stamps that have to do
with our 'little 4-legged friends'.
Those sisters are going NUTS again with a fabulous BLOG CANDY
package!  Everything from ribbons to glitters! 
We'll have 1 GRAND PRIZE WINNER of the blog candy and 3 critter digis
& a 2nd place winner of 2 critter digis! 
Here’s how to win….Grab your favorite furry friend and let’s go for a walk 
Around the DT’s blogs! . . 
On the last stop you will be directed back to the S2G Challenge blog 
so you can leave us some love. The winners will be selected from the 
comments left on the Challenge Blog.  
If you walked here from Ann's blog, then you’re in the right place. 
If not, head on back to the S2G Challenge blog to start from the 
beginning. You don’t want to miss a thing!
 Here are my projects:
I used the Maxwell image here and colored him with Copic markers. I cut out the bones and 
added them to the paper with pop dots. 
And here is a close-up of the card:

I really did bake the dog bone treats and here is the close up of the recipe card. 
I have been trying to eat more natural foods and in my search found 
several treats for your furry friends to help them eat better too. Since
we only have cats here, I got a little (well a lot) of teasing from my sister when she called 
and asked what I was doing.

**Don’t forget ** We also have our regular Twisted Thursday Challenge 
with the usual TWIST this week~ The TWIST this week is to use ...
SPOTS & DOTS. Chances are better to WIN if you use a S2G DIGI or 
Clear Stamp. We'll also pick someone from this
Challenge to Be a GUEST DT for a CUSTOMER BLOG HOP next month! 
Ready for your next stop on your walk…
Then head on over to Laurel’s blog and hope you had fun while visiting here. 
Here is a picture of the Grand Prize:


Anne said...

Maxwell is so cute! And you made dog biscuits, that's real devotion when you don't even have a dog LOL, great project

Lynne in NI said...

Aww your card is lovely Gina! And those doggy biscuits sound soooo tasty, will have to give them a try for our Ruby!

Pat (mspfd) said...

What a super cute image. Awesome card. You even made doggie biscuits and included a great recipe card... now how cool is that! Have a great weekend, Gina!

Ann English said...

Gina, this is fabulous! Love it all!!!

Melissa said...

Gina, this is fabulous! Love the card and the recipe idea, so very clever!!

Abby said...

I love your projects!!!! that recipe card is such an awesome idea!!!!!!

Nannieannie said...

Cute cute stuff. Will have to try the Doggy treats for Ginger. TFS

Purple Card Lady said...

TFS, Gina. What a clever idea.

jimlynn said...

So cute and what a fun little image this is. Love that little treat jar too.

Debbie Yates said...

I love Maxwell - he is so handsome!
Love your coloring - really over the top!

(and yes I have duplicates of almost everything 'cuz I can't remember where the first one is!)

T said...

Love your card and that image! And also thanks for sharing the recipe card up close so we can also make it..I have thought about making my furry girls treats but haevn't done so yet..

Scrappy Rat said...

Wow! You did a beautiful job with that cute Bulldog stamp. Love the paper you chose too!


Jennifer Scull said...

Gina, this is amazing! I love the recipe page as well as the fun holder! you are brill! :) and way to go on eating more healthy! keep up the good work! I am so proud of you!

mulberry station said...

This is just too fun! Super cute ideas!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What a fun set!! I so love the doggie and the bones and the recipe you included. So creative.

Cat said...

Gina, your projects are just too cute! I love the little dog bones on the card! Great recipe card too!

Ellis said...

Wonderful card and the recipe and jardecoration too! =)
Hugs, Elenor

Chris said...

your doggie treats look good enough for humans to eat. love all the little bones you put on the card, it's very adorable.

Thistleblue said...

fantastic projects, thanks for sharing
have a great day

Anonymous said...

This image makes me smile - love everything about your card!

Lawren said...

AAWWWW, too cute. I love this set.

Angela said...

This set is too cute!! What a great idea to make your own Do buscuits!! And hey if kids get ahold of them or should I say Kip... then it's perfectly ok, as they are eatable!!! Love this.

Mae said...

These are great Gina. Those biscuits sound perfect for me too! I will share though.

Spyder said...

Lovely card, and I just love those 3D bones! great blog hop!

Angie said...

Wow, love this set!! So cute!!

Anonymous said...

I love how you made a card, recipe insert and also how you decorated the doggy bone cookie jar. BTW ~ have you seen The Cat's Pajama's doggy stamps? They are simply to die for!

I adore dogs and even have two of my own. IMHO Blue Dog Bakery (in Seattle, but also has online availability) has the best dog biscuits ever called Softies and are all natural. My Border Collie literally drools over them!

A great cookbook for making your own doggy biscuits is called The Doggy Bone Cookbook by Michele Bledsoe and is veterinarian approved.

What's a little dog hair amongst friends?

Stampingly yours
Roberta aka TheAfricanQueen