My Digital Studio, and then added some traditional paper-crafting techniques to make some of the decorations 3-D. Though MDS has plenty of things I could have used, my BFF saw a dog inspired classroom done by School Girl Style, and chose to use it as her theme as well. So, off to work to create my own knock-offs! Because of time constraints, I didn't quite get everything done that I would have liked too, but I am still happy about the finished result.
(Sorry for the lighting on some of these photos, I am still trying to figure out my new camera!)Chevron Punch Kit digital download. (Be sure to check the end of this post for a short video tutorial on how to make your own digital patterned paper.) The dog and paw silhouettes are SVG files that I brought into MDS. After printing the elements out, I added some black glitter to the paws to make them sparkly!
Now, this is my favorite part! For back-to-school night, BFF likes to give all of her new incoming students a little treat. Lately I have had an obsession for making (and eating) cupcakes, and couldn't resist making some with a graham cracker Scooby Snack for her new "Top Dogs"!
supplies used: My Digital Studio; Chevron Punch Kit digital download; Petite Pennants Punch digital download; Fabulous Phrases stamp set; Whisper White, Rich Razzleberry, Raspberry Ripple, Calypso Coral, Daffodil Delight, Pear Pizzazz, Pool Party, and Basic Black cardstock; Basic Black ink pad; Basic Black 3/4" Chevron, and Raspberry Ripple 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon; Heat & Stick Powder; Black Glitter. other: Silhouette Cameo; dog and paw SVG files;