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Oh So Merry (and cute) Kitty Tree!

 Hello crafty friends! **Quick reminder: TODAY is the last day of the BLACK FRIDAY/CYBER MONDAY sale at BRI! 25% off most everything! So be sure to shop shop shop!** Today I'm sharing this simple card featuring the kitty tree from Mama Elephant! Who can resist a pile of cute critters? Mama Elephant has the cutest critter trees and you are sure to find one that you love! They started with the kitties 😸 and now they have puppies 🐶, penguins 🐧, gnomes 🍄, and the newest one has all the critters 😍! So you can definitely make a card with this same design but feature a different critter tree!

For the background, I used the new magic snow cover die from Mama Elephant and ink blended it with distress oxides.  I colored the kitty tree with Copic markers and cut it out with the coordinating dies. Finally, I heat embossed the sentiment with some sparkly embossing powder and Versafine ink.

Supplies used:

Mama Elephant Oh Kitty Tree (and dies)

Mama Elephant Everything Nice (and dies)

Mama Elephant Magic Snow Cover

Distress Oxides: tumbled glass, broken china, faded jeans, chipped sapphire, black soot, mustard seed

Sparkle embossing powder (like this one)

Versafine ink

White gel pen

Thanks for stopping by! Happy crafting! 💖Jenn


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