Hey there crafty friends. It's lovely to be back blogging. Thanks for hanging in there with me while I had a break with the family and settled the boys back into school. These holidays were a little different for us, as my husband left his job of 30 years in early December, so he has had an opportunity to have a really good break before he starts looking for a new role. It's been lovely family time, and we also traveled interstate to Perth to spend time with my Mum and sisters and their families which was really lovely.
Time to get back into some regular blogging though! I made this card last week for a girlfriend who loves her cats. The Nine Lives stamp set coordinates perfectly with the Cat Punch from the Annual Catalogue.
The Rectangle Stitched Framelits make crafting so much easier! Lots of great options for layers and frames, and the stitching really adds interest I think. I just love the little bits and pieces included in the Nine Lives stamp set. I went for the roll of twine, as my own kitty always manages to find my rolls of bakers twine if I leave it our on my craft desk.
Here's my colour combo from today's card.
You can find the links to all of the products at the bottom of the post, but I wanted to give you a quick look at the awesomely cute Nine Lives Stamp Set, and the coordinating Cat Punch. I love this two (or three) step stamp. It's Photopolymer, so super easy to line up and it's only $25.00.
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I hope you have lots of fun making your own Cat cards! See you back here again soon. My aim going forward is to blog every couple of days.