Before I share our cards below, let me ask you to think at least FIVE TIMES before you go out & bring a Jack Russell Terrier or any pet home to your house this Christmas.  PLEASE read up on the different characteristics & personality of the dog that you're considering.  Ann knew before I moved here that the world would revolve around MEas it should

I'm not the type of dog that will be happy sitting home while you go elsewhere.  Dogs like me can find plenty of ways to entertain ourselves that may not be to your liking – chewing up socks, shoes or your favorite Stampin' Up! marker on your new carpet.  (I've done 2 of those 3)

Remember – it won't be our fault because we are who we are.  (Ann's compared it to having a three year old around all the time.  I compare it to having royalty in the house.  You pick.)

Ann will be happy to take your calls to help you in your pet selection – or at least steer you in the right direction.  A dog can be your best friend, but you train us how to be that friend.  Remember your local pet shelter will be happy to help you find a dog that will fit your lifestyle.

Since Ann won't take me to the post office, I'm having to send you my Christmas Card from here.  I kind of got confused between the holidays & donned a Boxer mask.  Those jowels are a bit big for me & I think it deepened my bark. 

And here's Kim's cool card with the Gifted stamp set.  She used her Big Shot on it & reversed the dots so that it looks like a golf ball.  I think that would be a perfect idea for my Uncle John's card.  If Santa gives you Big Shot ca$h, come back & let us help you with our special Big Shot Package.  (There's also a video on how to assemble it.)

it's a great time to be the blog dog of a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

Send me a little bark today