I used the following supplies: EK paw print punch, two toned satin ribbon, a metal brad paw print, a paw print tab (and I added rhinestones to it), rhinestone swirls and a Spellbinders die around the image. The sentiment is from a gal across the pond who made and distributed them for a short time when round sentiments first became popular. My image is colored with Copics. I added pink polish to her fingernails and toenails and I added some Glossy Accents to her eyeglass lenses.
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