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Meow-y Good Day

Hello everyone! It's Ashley with a card showcasing a stamp from a new company - Evelin T. Designs! I knew I needed this Sneaky Kitties stamp as soon as I saw the preview! Look how cute they are!!

I started by stamping the Sneaky Kitties with my MISTI and Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink onto Bristol smooth cardstock, then I colored the image with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers. I used the large Polaroid die from Hello Bluebird Photo Stack to cut out the part of the image I wanted on my card. I cut that same die out of white cardstock and white foam and glued them together for some dimension on the frame. I made the background by die cutting white cardstock with the Pretty Pink Posh Lattice Background and attaching it to Lawn Fawn Fog cardstock.

After attaching my Polaroid pieces, I used the "smile" word die from Hello Bluebird Photo Stack on some Lawn Fawn Sage Leaf cardstock and attached it to the bottom of the photo frame with my Zig glue pen. I wanted to use the "Have a Meow-y Good Day" sentiment from the Evelin T. Designs Sneaky Kitties set, but I needed it on one line. I decided to cut the stamp apart, which I've never done and terrified me, but I think it worked out pretty well! After lining up the individual pieces with my MISTI, I stamped it with VersaMark on Lawn Fawn Sage Leaf cardstock and embossed with white before adding the strip to the bottom of the card.

Thank you so much for stopping by to check out my card! Have a wonderful day!


  1. I just love those little kitties pocking out! You colored everything beautifully Ashley!


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