24 January, 2016


Isn't this a gorgeous scene?  I called this one tagalong because when the kids were little, we used to have animals that followed them around, just like this kitty.  I had to print two images because I wanted to pop the cat out.  The image is coloured with Reno pens, but I also masked and stamped a daisy background and softly coloured the border of the stitched frame with distress ink.

The bp is a photograph of felt leaves with stitching so it went well with the stitched frame though a little more subtle (it also has some leaves frosted).  I masked and stamped soft daisies on the background which goes nicely with her dress.

A ribbon, twine and button to trim and clear
WoStella to highlight their ribbons and the daisies on her dress.  The whole front of card is raised with 3D foam and the cat is cut out and applied with 3D foam tape as well.

Digiimage: A Day For Daisies-walking with kitty
Stitched frame stamp: Hero Arts
Daisy stamp: Hero Arts
Punch: Fiskars
Sentiment:  Don't know -it's from my leftovers box and may well have been done on the computer.

(Click on the photo for a closer look)

Shared on challenges:  stitch it up  children and/or cats


Bunny said...

This is great, Carol. I love all the green and the 3D. Colored beautifully and a great bow.

KT Fit Kitty said...

Aw, so cute! I especially love the kitty! Your stitched frame stamp looks like real stitching - had me fooled until I read that it was a stamp!

Dawn T said...

what an adorable scene Carol. It is too cute.

kiwimeskreations said...

What a lovely card Carol - love the greens, so fresh and cool, and the background daisies are gorgeous.

Michelle said...

Great card and I love the colors you have used. Thanks for joining us this week at Penny's Paper Crafty Challenge! Hope to see you back again real soon :)

Chrissy said...

Such a sweet scene Carol..gorgeous card..
Thank you so much for sharing with us at the Southern Girls challenge..


Tanja said...

love your color combo and the stitching details - thanks for sharing your project at A Day for Daisies

Helen said...

Great card - love all the shades of green.

Thanks for joining us at Penny's

Helen x

aussie aNNie said...

Love your card Carol....did you have a bit of a problem with the first one never mind this link works....thanks for entering at our anything goes challenge at southern girls.xx [you forgot to add our link]
{aNNie Southern Girls Challenge DT Member}

creationsnz said...

HI aNNie yes I did have trouble with the first link, sorry about the link back, have corrected that. Thanks for your kind comment.

Cathy P said...

Love the way you used stitching on your card. Thanks for joining our Stitch It Up! challenge at ADFD. Hugs, Cathy xx

Jen Leeflang said...

I love all the green shades on your card! Thanks so much for joining us over at the A Day for Daisies "Stitch it Up" challenge. Good luck in the prize draw.
Jen L

Anonymous said...

this is such a pretty card! thank you for playing along with us at penny black and more. unfortunately, it won't be eligible for the prize draw as the challenge does not accept digi stamp entries.

Karen Oliver said...

What a lovely card, lots of pretty little details. Love the way you did the stitching Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls Challenge.