Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Every dog has his day - but nights are reserved for the cats.
I'm a dog person, I just like dogs. I never had a cat. I always feel guilty when I stamp with a cat. So this one is wearing a disguise. Don't tell my dogs! Maybe they won't notice the cat, or the rats for that matter.
This is embarrassing all around. I don't know the source of the cat stamp. I want to say it's Third Coast, it looks like her style. But I'm sure I got it at a stamp convention awhile back, and I don't think Third Coast has been out to any of them that I have been to locally.Have you been to one of those? A million and one stamp vendors. I lose track of what I buy where. When I was buying I don't think I had started blogging or submitting cards for publication, so I just bought and stamped. My friend has made a spread sheet of her stamps. (She's one of those logical/sequential people.) I just try to keep them in a box, and that takes a great deal of effort.
Oh....yeah the card. I stamped the kitty on a piece of scrap printer paper. Cut it out for a mask. Do the same with the Ghost ( $1 Michael's stamp). Stamp the kitty image on white cardstock, use your kitty and ghost mask as needed to stamp a gaggle of ghosts on your card. Stamp the word "friends" ( Stampin' UP!) and color in with black marker. Color the background with orange. ( Copic, I think, but any orange will do.) Add a little flourish of multi-color fiber.
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