Monday, 2 February 2009

Cute Card Thursday & A Spoonful of Sugar

Well I am certainly on a roll this week, not quite sure how long it will last though lol!! I have managed to make 1 card to cover 2 challenges. Cute Card Thursday are asking for you to make a Valentine's Card & A Spoonful of Sugar is asking for a card or gift for somone special. So here it is....I stamped up the Whipper Snapper Tuxedo Kitten stamp onto white card & coloured in using a combination of pens. Details are at the bottom of this post. I took a white A6 card from my stash & covered it with a sheet of scrapbooking paper that I acquired from my Mum's stash, leaving a 1/2 inch gap down the left side. Down the left I added a cardstock sticker from the Fanciful Stripes & Flowers Range by Paper Heart. The centre of the card was created with a square of white card again covered with the scrapbooking paper edged with silver peel offs from my stash. Onto this I layered a pink cardstock sticker from the Kelly Panacci range. Tuxedo Kitten was then placed onto this using foam pads. In the bottom corner of the card I added a pearlescent tag that reads "I Love You" & a pearlescent circle with a crystal heart gem from Papermania.
To continue the theme onto the inside of the card I layered the right side of the card with the scrapbooking paper & a rectangle of white paper in the centre. To finish off the Valentine's theme I added a Febuary calender sticker from The Love Collection by Reminisce.

Pens Used Tombow N55
Marvy Le Plume 16 &76
Whispers Bright Green & Bright Red


Rach said...

your tuxedo kitten is so sweet, a fabulous card, hugs rachxx

Deb said...

fabulous card, love the sweet kitten and the calendar on the inside!
Thank you for joining in the CCT challenge!

Natalie said...

This is lovely, great image. x

Crafting with Sue said...

Cute Card! I really like it!

CarolineH1972 said...

aww love the kitten hun, not seen that one before - uh oh another on the want list!! those papers are divine - love the colours!!

Sam said...

Aww that kitten is gorgeous. What a great idea for the calendar.