Thursday, April 9, 2015

Paw print on my heart...

Howdy folks!

I didn't begin this week with the intention of doing all animal cards but after three cards in a row I just had to see this through, LOL! So today I decided to ink up this adorable kitty from the MFT I Knead You set and play along in their weekly sketch challenge. Considering he's holding tight to that ball of yarn I thought it would be fun to mimic the look of string by layering a Scribbled Circle stamp and smaller Scribbled Circle die behind this sleepy kitty. It's like his dreams are filled with yards and yards of tangled fun. ;)

Ok, I've got another busy day ahead of me so I've got to get a move on. 
Thanks for stopping by!  :)   
Supply list:
cardstock- Bazzill and Copic X-Press It
paper- Bella Blvd (Sand and Surf)
stamps- My Favorite Things (I Knead You set), Papertrey Ink (Scribbled Circles)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and Studio Calico lime light
Papertrey Ink Scribbled Circles die
Simon Says Stamp stitched rectangle die
Copic markers:
cat- E50, E51, E53, E93, YR12, YR14, YR27, R32, R12
yarn- BG01, BG05, BG49, YG03, YG95, Y13, Y17, Y38, YR04


Heidi Brawley said...

Omg.....Love your creative take on this week's sketch!!!!! It's all very Adorable! !!
Hugs, Heidi and Brooke

Dotty Jo x said...

Totally love this card! Just had this stamp set arrive this morning - it's sooooooooo adorable, Jo x

Marianne said...

So cute, Amy. Wish I had more time to catch up, but we are currently fostering 4 kittens we rescued from the garbage container. Not a good idea if you have a large translation job to finish, but what can you do if there are no proper animal shelters available. Hope we can find another 'volunteer' so I can get my translation job finished in time.
Marianne x

Julie D. Richards said...

Super sweet.

Vera Yates (Ling) said...

Eekk... cuteness! And, love the way you colored the kitten (I always love your coloring, Amy). Thank you for playing along with us at MFT Challenge. :)

Lori said...

very cute card!

Lucille K said...

Love this cute and very creative take on the MFT sketch :)