Wednesday, May 12, 2010

It's a Dog's Life

This post is long overdue. I've been meaning to post this squash book for a couple of weeks now…and it seems the time just keeps getting away from me.

We've had some new stamps come out over at The Rubber Café, and I couldn't help playing and showing off my dog at the same time.

This is Johnny Cash (the dog in black) and he's a bit of a ham when it comes to being photographed. He always seems to want to get into picture. I think he's just nosey and wants to check it all out.

I had been putting together these squash books at several shows and I wanted to show one off that had been decorated. I used several of the newest stamps from The Rubber Café. The first set is called "Birthday's and Balloons", then I used "Labrador Love", and finished off the front with "It's a Dog's Life". Birthday's and Balloons as well as It's a Dog's Life have not been posted in the online store yet, but can be purchased by contacting The Rubber Café directly.
A quick note...Over the next month Melissa and the Rubber Cafe will be traveling. Summerset, NJ for Scrapbook Expo will May 21st & 22nd, Orlando, FL also Scrapbook Expo will be May 28th & 29th, and then Arlington, Tx for the Great American Scrapbook show will be June 3rd 4th & 5th. If you are attending one of those shows...don't forget to stop by and say HI.
Thanks for stopping by. Don't forget to leave a comment for any of our design team posts…show them some love for their beautiful artwork. Also…if you are interested in a tutorial for the squash book, please leave a comment letting me know and I will be glad to post.


Terrie said...

I just love the pup cards and pages. Thanks for sharing Johnny, he is quite handsome.

bet said...

I definitely would love a tutorial on this awesome squash book. The folding technique looks challenging. While Johnny Cash looks simply stunning.

female diver said...

I was at the Expo in Duluth, Ga from July 18th-19th. Your booth & demos were among the best @ the entire conv. Next year I will definitely look for classes by you. I was so amazed at the easy techniques that at the Sat night crop I showed off your tips so much so that at least 10-12 ladies ran to your booth right before 5 & bought as much as possible. You are as talented as you are friendly & helpful and I recommend that anybody attending conv that involve you to take a minute, stop by for a demo or class & dare them not to be impressed. Thanks for all of your talent but most of all thanks 4 sharing.