For my Christmas project, I've altered white wooden letters from the craft store, spelling out the word JOY. I used Moxxie's Happy Pawlidays line. I turned each letter over and traced around it on the opposite side of the paper that I wanted to show on the front. Then I cut around each paper letter and glued them to the wooden letters with a glue stick. I trimmed off any edges that needed it and added my stickers and embellishments.
The letter J was covered with the b side of the Pawliday Cutouts paper. I punched two scallops from the Merry Christmas paper - one scallop from each side. On top of those, I added the cat stickers from the Pawliday Cardstock sticker sheet. Finally, I tied a gold jingle bell with red and white twine around the letter.
The letter O has a picture of our chihuahua in the center. We got Chiquita 12 years ago, on Dec. 22. She was so tiny! There were no dog sweaters that would fit her - so we had to cut holes in one of my husband's socks for her to wear!
The O was covered with the b side of the Define Naughty paper. To finish it, I added the Happy Pawlidays banner sticker and red berry stickers from my stash.
I covered the Y with the b side of Santa's Little Helper paper. I fussy cut the white chihuahua from the Pawliday Cut Outs sheet and the Santa hat from the Santa's Little Helper paper. I layered a white snowflake doily, a green scalloped circle punched from Santa's Little Helper paper and the chihuahua in the Santa hat to the letter. Lastly, I tied a red ribbon around the top of the Y.