Our house is pretty quiet now that our girls are gone. But we do have Swiffer & Kaboodle! Those two can be pretty entertaining! It’s exactly like Garfield & Odie!! Swiffer is the hyper tag-along little brother & Kaboodle basically taunts him or puts up with him.
We never wanted a cat. My husband didn’t, at least. He’s allergic to cats. But this stray cat insisted on being one of the family! Kaboodle just LOVES Pat! She always wants to sit on him & when he pets her she purrs so loudly and does that thing with her paws where they dig into you because she’s just so, so happy! And did I mention she drools?!! Seriously! The happier she gets…
On to my cat card. I don’t have the set called Pretty Kitty yet, but I do have the Cat Punch!
I used Basics Pack 2 Washi Tape in the background & used Foam Adhesive Strips to pop up the cat (instead of dimensionals) because I needed something skinny. All supplies listed at the bottom of this post. Found the original idea for this card HERE on the Cow Whisperer’s blog. Her’s is black & white & very pretty!
I’m really hoping Stampin’ Up! will not retire this cute punch, but will come up with a new stamp set so that we can use it even more!!
CLICK HERE to go to the Stylin’ Stampin’ INKspiration Page to see more Here Kitty Kitty ideas!
We have a fun Technique Challenge for you today for the SSINK Team… Ink on Embossing Folders!
This is my first time trying out this technique & I just love it!! It’s simple & fast with great results! Here’s my card:
Just used my brayer to spread some ink on the Brick Wall Embossing Folder! I really like the way it turned out & can’t wait to ink up my other Embossing Folders!
Stamps: Spooky Cat
Inks: Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie
Paper: Very Vanilla (4 1/4 X 11, score at 2 3/4 & 8 1/4) and inky embossed pieces (4 X 2 1/2- cut 2), Basic Black (2 5/8 X 4 1/8- cut 2), Spooky Night DSP
Accessories: Cat Punch, Black Rhinestone Jewels
Notes: The Spooky Night DSP has a page made to cut 3″ squares containing the tree with the moon behind it. I cut those squares 2 7/8 so that they’d fit onto the biggest scalloped square from Layering Squares Framelits.