Tuesday, 13 January 2015
Peek A Boo!
Good Tuesday morning to all, if you visit and leave a message it is so welcome, if you don't linger long enough to leave a message you are more than welcome too.
Today's card I have managed to get some Sue dies in with the stamps , just to add a bit of fun. The colouring of the cat is taken from my adorable much loved 18 yr old Summer who makes us wait on her 4 paws everyday, and when you get to that age I think you are allowed to call the shots. Anything she wants she gets, and my goodness doesn't she play on it. bless her.
Back to the card. I have enjoyed my time with these sweet little stamps. Here is my next offering.
8x8 White card
Creative Expressions- Silver foundation card
CE Green foundation card
CE white card
Creative Expression- Pickle cat stamp
Sue Wilson- Scandinavian collection- Stockholm
New York collection- Corner border & tag
Spellbinders tag dies
Sue Wilson EF- Sea Garden
Ribbon from my stash
Sentiment- also from CE Paws-Itively Great Stamps set
I started with the 8x8 white card and matt and layered it with the silver and green foundations card. I matt and layered the smaller layer with the same combo, but before layering I embossed the white card with Sue Wilson Tumbling Sea garden EB. I stamped the cat onto white card and coloured it with pro-markers. I then cut out the Sue Wilson dies and layered them with sticky pads and cut the body off the cat stamp and arranged it to look like it was holding onto Sue Sue's dies, just peeking over the top and attached the tail to the side.I stamped the Meow Sentiment and attached with sticky pads for even more dimension. Tied a bow and glued to the focal point. I stamped another sentiment to the spellbinder die added a cat bowl stamp and inked the sentiment while still in the die, then added with sticky pads for dimension. Just to frame the card I cut 2 border dies and hooked them over the top matt of card just to finnsh the edges..
I really hope you like this card, please feel free to leave a comment as I will love to read them.