Hi, everyone! Time is ticking for this month's challenges, so today I'm sharing a holiday card as part of my Retro Kitty Countdown series. You might remember that I am making 25 of these countdown cards this year and plan to have them completed by December. I have previously shared #4, #8, #16, and #18, and for some reason I am not making them in numerical order. I may not share all 25 but you'll definitely be seeing some of them. I adore these old-fashioned storybook kitties!
Thursday, April 29, 2021
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Hello, everyone! Long time, no see! Thank you to my sweet friends who have reached out to check on me - if you haven't already heard from me, I will be replying to your emails in the next few days.
Blogging and being online have not been a priority for me lately, but I do have some cards to share! I actually made these weeks ago, and I'm finally getting around to sharing them. I have 6 cards to share today! Before I get started, I would like to welcome my newest follower - Jessica Cangiano - thank you for joining me!
First I'm joining the April progressive challenge at Imagine That Digistamp, and I must say that it is cuteness overload over there! I received the adorable Digi-of-the-Month called Teacup Bunny for free since I participated in last month's challenge (thank you, Kris!). Teacup Bunny is also part of a new set from Imagine That Digistamp called Rosy Tea Party. I am so grateful to have received this set for free as well because I submitted the suggestion. Thank you, Kris - I am thrilled with this set! I love cup critters!
|Rosy Tea Party|
Here is my first card. I've been obsessed with paper tearing lately and I just can't stop! All 6 of my cards feature paper tearing. This first card was actually the final card I made and I used up scraps left over from the other five cards. I chose to use the precoloured Teacup Bunny image, fussy-cut, and popped up on foam tape. Behind her is a die-cut doily (Your Next Stamp). The pretty papers are all from Rosy Tea Party. I created the sentiment in Microsoft Word.
For Cards 3 and 4, I used the precoloured Teapot Kitty image and torn papers from Rosy Tea Party, as well as a self-made sentiment.
Below are Cards 5 and 6. They feature the papers and my favourite critter in the Rosy Tea Party set, the Teacup Mouse. All of these critters make me smile!
Thank you for looking at my cards! Wishing you a joyful day!