Woof, woof, woof is dog talk for "trick or treat". This stamp reminds me of my last dog, Dexter. We adopted him when his previous owner was going to put him down because of his impending divorce. My brother and his wife had a dog grooming business. Dexter had been going there for years and one day his owner told my brother that he would have to put Dexter down because he had no place to keep the dog and his soon to be ex hated the dog. Dexter loved my brother and my brother liked him enough to ask me if I knew anyone who could take the dog. At that time I knew my daughter wanted a dog and even though we had several cats we took him. Dexter turned out to be a strange dog and a hard to love dog. We learned why the ex didn't want him. Even though he was a tough dog to own we kept him till he was old, blind and had trouble walking. Not too many people missed him, he really was a tough dog to like.
Anyway, this dog is from the Inkadinkado "Ghouls and Goblins" stamp set. He's stamped in Memento Tuxedo black on white card stock and colored with copics. His eyes are orange Taylor's Tiny Twinkles.
For the layout I used the S2G Challenge #25 sketch. That's Shirley's Two Girls. It's a fun website, if you haven't been there you should go. This week the twist on the challenge is to use any Halloween embellishment so I used the witch pin from K & Co.
The dp is from the Basic Gray Eerie collection and the card stock is from Wausau Paper Classic brights.
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