Saturday, February 9, 2013

You're Purr-fect!





Hello everyone! I have one of my last Valentine card to share with you today! I love My Craft Spot's Valentine's stamps. They are so fun and versatile. Did you know that most of the sentiments are broken up so you can create any kind of sentiment phrase you want. For example, the sentiments I used on this card could easily be used for a Thank you card or any other kind of kitty card because the "Valentine" is not connected!
Here is the set that I used on this card:

I cut the kitty from Create A Critter 2 and did not add her tiara. I also added some brown spots with scrap paper that I cut by hand and stamped the face with Peachy Keen's Here Kitty Kitty faces stamps. AND, did you notice....I gave her a tail! I don't know why these cuts never include a tail! I did this in my Gypsy by welding a J from George and Basic Shapes to her. I also gave her a collar and used my I-ROCK to apply some gems to it.
The rosette is cut from Ribbons and Rosettes and I added a pink gem to the center. To finish, I stamped the sentiment from My Craft Spot's Build A Valentine stamp set.
I hope you all liked my card and thanks for stopping in. Have a wonderful day!

SUPPLIES
My Craft Spot- Build  A Valentine stamp set
Peachy Keen- Here Kitty Kitty Face Assortment
Cricut- George and Basic Shapes, Create A Critter 2, and Ribbons and Rosettes
I-ROCK and gems


6 comments:

Gwen said...

I already told you how much I love this pink kitty, she is adorable! I am excited for you getting the cameo, you will love it. You will be surprised how easy it is to use, my computer skills are limited so if I can do it anyone can. And is you need to ask away!

janner said...

Super cute kitty. I love it.

rockpapercricut said...

Stinkin' cute! I love the spots and the cute little tail. You picked the *purr-fect* PKS kitty face. :) Adorable!

Ally

Christine Owens said...

Awe, love the spotted cat. --C

Kathy Salido said...

Your kitty is super adorable! ! Love the spots you added!!

Pam said...

I just love this darling little kitty!
Pam
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