Friday, September 9, 2011

Cricut 360° Blog Challenge #11 ... For A Hero

Welcome to another Cricut 360° Blog challenge. This week we are commemorating the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and making projects to recognize those who serve.


I love dogs, and I'm especially fond of working dogs, so I decided to make a card honoring the search and rescue dogs who worked at ground zero. I used Paper Pups, Stand and Salute, and Plantin Schoolbook (for the little white cross). The sentiment is computer generated and is the motto of Search and Rescue teams worldwide.

I hope you join us this week at the Cricut 360° Blog ... we have a special sponsor! 


Robyn from My Pink Stamper had donated one of her stamp sets, so link up your project for your chance to win "Freedom Rocks". Good luck and ...


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7 comments:

DebC said...

Love it! I love using the little puppy on this that was very cute!
Deb Crowder

Sonya said...

Jo...what a clever card. I love it!

Dawn said...

Love,love,love this card! Dogs work so hard for us. It's nice to recognize them and their dedication!

pawprintspetsits

Creative Diva said...

Jo, the dog is so cute and I love the rescue vest. Great card.

Sonia said...

Love your card Jo... the pearl in the eye is super cute... HUGS...SK :)

Mary said...

hope you rem the size of puppy and all information how to make the card. it soooo awesome and cute puppy. i love the idea you make the card. wow. can you please give me size information. i want to help boy collection cards to send oversea as soon as possible. thank you here is email address is cricut@cox.net

JJewel said...

This card makes me about cry. I had just read the article about the boxer on AOL that saved his owner by waking him up but then slipped his collar and went back into the burning house and was found curled up on his owners bed. Such an act of bravery for this dog. It's a shame his owner didn't know to cover his head and carry him out. Many animals will not leave a fire. They have a natural urge to stay in their "home".

Very nice card!! Animal heroes deserve to be recognized too.