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Cat Tree

Greetings! Seasons Greetings, that is. This week, the Stampendous Design Team has been sharing projects that use some of the new Christmas stamps and stencils featured in the July catalog. In addition, our creations have fabulous Bo Bunny paper on them. I adore the Vintage Double Dot collection. It goes with everything. My card features the Cat Tree stamp. I had to color this one because my mom has a LOT of cats. A lot. So I decided to color some of these cats to look like hers.
*I sometimes receive free products from companies (like Stampendous) to use on my projects. Occasionally, affiliate links are used, at no cost to you.

Supplies:
Stampendous:
R305: Cat Tree
TP102: Gold Tinsel
DCP1006: Fitted Frames Set B

Other:
Bo Bunny Cardstock: Wild Berry Vintage Double Dot #12WBV999
My Colors Cardstock: Evergreen
Creative Impression: Gold Velvet Shimmer Ribbon- #70981
Imagine: VersaFine Ink in Onyx Black, On Point Glue
Zig Clean Color Markers: 010, 022, 028, 041, 044, 045, 050, 060, 061, 064, 067, 090, 091, 093, 222, 260, 302, 303, 900, 901, 902
Canson: Mixed Media Paper
Water Brush
Scotch: ATG Gun


Directions:
1. Stamp the Cat Tree with VersaMark ink in Onyx Black on to Mixed Media Paper.

2. Color the image with the Zig Clean Color Markers listed.

3. Using On Point Glue, apply the adhesive to the circles that aren't connected to the holly leaves.

4. Sprinkle with Gold Tinsel.

5. Die cut the image using the Small "R" Fitted Frame.

6. Die cut the Large R in Evergreen cardstock.

7. Create the card base using Bo Bunny's Wild Berry Vintage Double Dot cardstock. Cut it to 6 1/2" x 10."

8. Attach the die cut pieces together.

9. Apply the die cut to the card base, leaving room for the ribbon at the bottom.

10. Cut a piece of Gold Velvet Shimmer Ribbon and apply it about 1/4" from the bottom of the card.

That "wraps" up a fun Christmas in July week with Stampendous! Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Carolina Kathy said…
This is such a sweet card! Love your coloring of the cute cats!
BethW said…
I have to have this stamp! I have 2 pictures of Christmas' tress with my cats in the tree. Love your coloring-I'll have to practice a lot to even get close. Definitely saving this for future inspiration.
Debbie Craine said…
This is so going to be sent to my Daughter she and her roommate are cat lovers.
Viki Banaszak said…
I got quite a chuckle out of this. You did such a wonderful job coloring this.
Jean said…
Oh my gosh! Too cute!
McStamper said…
So cute. Just love it. Your coloring is fantastic.
Greta said…
Darling card--so perfect for cat lover friends!
Denise Bryant said…
So cute! Love the way you colored the kitties! Very fun holiday card!
This image is super fun. Love how you colored it. TFS
Debbie K. said…
Very cute card. Love the sweet kitties!
Debbie K. said…
Such a cute card. Love the kitties!
NicoleN said…
What a great card design.
Sue LD said…
How cute is this! I like how you colored the cats.
Mary Holshouser said…
What a fun Christmas tree.
Hope everybody gets along OK.
Could end up with a cat fight. :-)
thanks for sharing.
Mary Holshouser said…
Senior moment - I think I forgot my state
Illinois.
thanks.

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