I love this stamp because it celebrates the happiness puppies bring. Judy did a great job with layering – which is a really nice to way to showcase a single stamp. And of course the brads add just that little something extra.

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1063-I Felicia and Sparky



Judy created a very ribbiting card using the Go froggie go stamp. :)

The frog is stamped multiple times and colored in. I love the way he’s jumping off the page and the fact that she added the little dots – gives it a very playful look. She layered everything with plaids and solids and finished it off with three little brads and wonderful shiny ribbon.

eat cake graphics stamps used:
5032-E Go froggie go!



Judy created this cute card using just one stamp – Stuart the bug-ologist. Using simple rectangle shapes she layered, layered and layered some more. :) I think the three green brads and the shiny ribbon add just the right finishing touches. A wonderful summer card – thanks for sharing Judy.

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1132-I Stuart the bug-ologist



Judy called this card “breakfast, lunch and dinner”. Oh my!

I love the fact that the fish swim outside the circle – very clever. Everything is nicely tied together with Judy’s use of dots – a big dot for the fish to swim in, the dot background and the purple polka dot ribbon – she even added tiny bubble dots with the fish.

Looks like Tarzan kitty is going to be lickin’ his chops very soon!

eat cake graphics stamps used:
2031-E Tarzan looks left
5056-C Fishy




Judy got very creative with the use of this stamp. It’s actually a single bunch of lantana (the flowers that butterflies like), but she made it into a flowering tree.

I love that in the first card she actually stamped additional flowers and used them to fill in around the edge of the pot, and the second card she swapped out the flowers for some leaves. Sometimes when I draw images, such as this one, I’m thinking one thing but I love to see it when people use them and think of another thing.

I think you could use this card for all types of occasions. Great job Judy!

eat cake graphics stamps used:
7009-E One bunch of lantana
7015-D Terra cotta flower pot



Judy created this cute little card using Veronica and her butterflies. She started with aqua colored cardstock, drew the scallop border on both the yellow and butterfly papers and cut them out with scissors. Same for the scalloped edge circle (she’s so good with her scissors). :) Veronica was stamped and colored with Copics. The grass and accents were added with a watercolor pencil. Very cute Judy!

And remember if you’re patient and quiet and very still the butterflies might just visit you too.

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1025-I Veronica and her butterflies



Judy created this card using Edna –  we never know what she’s yelling at, only that she always seems to always be yelling at something or someone (Edna that is, certainly not Judy). :)

She started off by layering coordinating dot paper on top of the pink cardstock. She stamped Edna and colored her in with Copic markers (Judy says they have become her favorite). She drew the flowers on her dress. She says you could certainly add a sentiment but for her the hands on the hips said it all. :)

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1009-E Edna Wedgewurt yells



Judy started this card with white cardstock and then layered red cardstock on top. She added a piece of blue gingham paper and then a still smaller piece of polka dot paper on top of that. She drew the “beach” using Copic markers and then colored all of her stamped images in. She cut them all out and attached them to the card.

Very cute! Both Phillip and Lilly look like they are all ready for a little dip in the cool blue water! Splash!

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1057-D Lilly Puddlesworth
1126-G Little Philip’s ready water
7023-G Smiling sunshine



Petuna is certainly in the birthday mood with her kitty balloon!

Judy created this card using both high and low tech skills. She printed the sentiment from her computer and then used a template and her trusty scissors to cut out the oval. She colored everything in with Copic markers – love the use of the shading. She edged the oval with aqua fluid chalk and doodled around it with a black marker. She added a string to the balloon so it wouldn’t float away. I guess this is one time that kitties and chickens are gettin’ along. :)

eat cake graphics stamps used:
5043-F Petuna Pluckster (hen right side)
9009-C Kitty balloon



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Judy ‘s at it again, this time creating a cute card for baby. Ahhhh…

She says she started with a plain white card and layered hot pink cardstock and two coordinating pattern papers on top. She cut a pink strip for the middle and a slightly smaller white one and doodled around the edge using a marker. She stamped all the pull toys, colored them in and cut each one out. She adhered them to the back and drew in the little strings. She stamped and cut out Rosebud bear and glued her to the corner. The “Baby” was printed from her computer.

eat cake graphics stamps used:
4007-F Rosebud wears a bow
9022-B Horse pull toy
9024-B Sheep pull toy
9030-B Doggie pull toy


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