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Laurel Burch Cat Tag: Day 17 of 31

Boooooo!!! It's Day 17 of the 31 Days of Halloween. Today I've got a tag to share that uses a Laurel Burch cat stamp from Stampendous. If you follow me on Instagram, you may recognize this kitty from the latest 30 Day Coloring Challenge I participated in.

I colored the "Indigo Cat" with my Zig Clean Color Markers and I added a witch hat from the Skeleton Style Perfectly Clear Set.

The background of my tag was done with Distress Oxide Inks in Black Soot, Seedless Preserves, and Spiced Marmalade. I spritzed the tag with water and a little Sheer Shimmer Spritz in Gold. I also added a sentiment and a few bats from the Spooky Wishes set. I topped the tag off with some purple chiffon ribbon from Creative Impressions.

I really like making quick tags like this. They are a fun alternative to ATC's. And they are quick to put together. Please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, all listed below. Thanks for stopping by. Have an spooktacular day!

Black Dragon
Stampendous Stamps
Lost Coast Designs/Carmen's Veranda
Alison (you are here!)
Airless Chambers


Susan Renshaw said…
Terrific tag! Love this cat image!
Tink said…
Great tag! Love the cat!!
Denise Bryant said…
*Love* the Laurel Burch cat and the tag you created! Great idea to put a witch's hat on it and make it look Halloween-y! Love the colors!
Mary Holshouser said…
Love those eyes.
I make all of my gift tags
so I enjoy seeing all of the
different tags for all seasons.
thanks for sharing.
Spooktacular tag, I adore Laurel Burch cats!
Sarah said…
What a beautiful tag, the colouring of the background and the pattern of the cat :)

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