Friendly cat card

Have you had a browse of the Autumn/Winter catty yet? One of the new bundles is called Spooky Cat … but don’t let that put you off. It’s great for way many more   occasions than Halloween and the cats aren’t scary at all 🙂

The bundle (saves you 10% on buying the punch and stamps separately) includes a Cat punch (it’s fantastic and I won’t be surprised if it ends up on back order straight away) and a Halloween stamp set. To be honest I bought the stamps entirely for the cat face and the mouse but I have a few ideas for the other stamps too now, so keep watching.

The Spooky Night DSP that comes in the same suite is perfect. Halloween colours, but again they can be used at other times too. There’s a sheet with a cat design and they fit perfectly in the Cat punch. (There’s also a sheet with panels of a moonlit tree that the owl from the stamp set can be stamped on).

So this card is not a spooky cat card at all but a friendly cat card to say thanks to a pal.

The card base is an A6 landscape of Basic Black, matted with Spooky Night DSP. A large oval was die cut from Very Vanilla card and matted onto a scalloped oval die cut from Basic Black, both with the Layering Ovals framelits. These were popped up on the card front with dimensionals. The black cat was punched from Spooky Night DSP with the Cat punch. Another cat was punched from Crumb Cake, flipped over to give a mirror image and stamped with the cat face from the Spooky Cat set in Basic Black ink. Both were popped up on dimensionals in the centre of the ovals, facing each other. The sentiment was put together from the Thoughtful Banners set, stamping each section individually in Basic Black ink lining the word(s) along the edge of Very Vanilla card. This was then trimmed to a thin strip, matted onto Basic Black card and popped up on the card front with mini dimensionals.

On the Very Vanilla insert, another sentiment from Thoughtful Banners and the mouse from the Spooky Cat set were stamped in Basic Black ink. A leftover strip of DSP from the card front was used to decorate the side of the insert.

Hope this gives a small idea of how these products can be used outside of Halloween.

Thanks for stopping by.

Enjoy your weekend.

Sara xx

These are the supplies used on this project. Click on any product to shop online.

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