Friday, 30 January 2015

Scottie Dogs

Shary here and today I'd love to show you some new goodies from Little Claire in a card I have made. I've used the new Pastel Tartan and Ombre paper pads and I've given you a little sneak peek of the new monthly stamp set "Scottie Dogs".

Here's my list of products I have used.

Scottie Dog stamp set - 


1. Cut a piece of Ombre card 1/2cm smaller than your card blank. Stamp out the three Scottie dog images all over the ombre card using Versamark and then clear emboss. Ink the edges in a contrasting ink and then using the same ink gently wipe over the embossed dogs to make them pop a little more.

2. Stamp out the three Scottie dogs image again onto the same Ombre card stock in black ink and clear emboss. Paper piece the dog's coats and collars with some of your chosen pastel tartan paper.

3. Layer onto a piece of larger pastel tartan paper and then make a border using a decorative edge punch. I then adhered this to the bottom of the main image block. 

4. Next add a ribbon where the tartan paper meets the ombre and adhere at the back. Take a small strip of the tartan paper and adhere to the centre of the ribbon lengthways. 

5. Add a sentiment from the same stamp set and then add your embellishments.

I hope I've inspired you to use some of the lovely products in the Little Claire Designs store.



  1. A brilliant project Shary! I love the little Scotty dogs and the paper. Your card design is wonderful. Debra x

  2. The subtle and muted colours really help the lovely scotties stand out. Great card!

  3. Cute card Shary, I like the look of the pastel tartan. I find traditional tartan colours can be a bit too strong on a card but these look really pretty. Pat x

  4. Love those Scotty dogs on an Ombre paper, really pretty!

  5. I love how you`ve used plaid on the little Scotty dog card - how clever. The colours go so well together and of course the little doggies are adorable. Fab card.

    Love Alli Xx

  6. Gorgeous Shary, love the tartan and the colours above, hugs xxx