5 October 2014


More quilling to follow another day.

I have had rather long periods of absence on blogs this year due to being busy with all sorts, one of which is commissions.  I have made quite a few cards along a similar theme recently so thought I'd share a few today.

They are all made using DOCrafts Digital Designer which is a great tool for importing a picture and making a pyramage of it.

This particular image was printed as inverted which hopefully makes sense if you look at the picture.

This card was bought my a very clever doggie for his Mummy!

This card has both a regular and inverted image on which should demonstrate what the package does.

You can choose up to 6 layers for each image too.

This last one is a regular 'stack' again with a very cute little pup.

All the backgrounds have been stamped using the small stamps in the Woodware set 'Huge Dog' which I have used before - it's a great stamp set.

Sentiment stamps are Stampin' Up and one is computer generated.

I've made a couple more this week too but for birthdays in the future so they will have to stay under wraps for now.


  1. Great to make use of the programme to convert these photos for cards - a nice personal touch if they (the dogs) are owned by the recipients. Digi Designer is something else which gets neglected from time to time - so much 'stuff' so little time!!

  2. Love your doggie cards Jill...these CD's are so useful at times....