Thursday, 20 March 2014

Friends Fur-Ever

First day of Spring today ... allegedly!  It's a brrrrr chilly wind out there and a touch of snow forecast for tomorrow.  So glad I haven't put my winter woolies away yet ;)

This is just a wee quickie card.  I'm determined to use up some oldie stash - I've had some sheets of doggy-themed vellum for such a long time and have never used  any of them!  I attached this one with a couple of staples, decoupaged my Paper Smooches kitty and added a bit of silver bling.

Paper Smooches Sparks - anything goes
CASology #87 - blush
Top Tip Tuesday - metal (my staples)
Layout from Retro Sketches #106


  1. Cute card. Thank you for playing along at CASology this week.

  2. When did the first day of Spring change from the 21st of March to the 20th?
    Love this happy card, that pussy cat's smile is infectious :o)
    Jackie xx

  3. Lynne, that is the happiest kitty ever...loving that big smile. What a happy card. The vellum is perfect.

  4. A cute card, great sentiment. Staples are a good way to attach vellum. Thanks for joining Top Tip Tuesday. Elaine

  5. Stop it, now I want this stamp set even more than I did before!!! Jo x

  6. This is sooo ADORABLE! LOVE your cat! Thanks so much for playing with us at SPARKS this week, hugs, Karin

  7. Sweet card with that cute image. Thank you for sharing with us this week at CASology!


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