Use the Cat Punch to make quick & easy cat cards – for those cat lover friends of yours. In fact – its so easy that instead of the 9 cat cards I had planned to make (for a cat’s 9 lives, of course) the number kept going up. Birthday cards and sympathy cards and more…
A great way to make a birthday card for kids (or to have them make cards for friends) is to combine the Cat Punch with the Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper! The balloon, gift, and hat are all cut out from one of the sheets in that paper.
The wood floor is a 4″ x 1 1/2″ piece of Wood Textures Paper.
What could be any easier than a strip of paper (from the Pick a Pattern Designer Series Paper) with some Black Bakers Twine and the Cat sitting on top?
To add interest to the words (from Teeny Tiny Wishes), I stamped close to the edge of my paper scrap and then used the edge of the Everyday Label Punch to cut it out.
Losing a pet is very hard. What an easy way to show your sympathy using the largest heart from the Sweet & Sassy Framelits and a little heart from the Enamel Shapes.
There is nothing like a forlorn looking cat in a window to express “I miss you” (from the Soft Sayings Card Kit).
Either this is a tiny window … or a very large cat… your choice!
For either a congrats card (you found the yarn?) or for a care card for a “tangled life” situation card – the ball of yarn tells the story.
I used the 3/4″ Circle Punch and the Adhesive Sheets – and just wrapped the Bakers Twine in a circle starting in the middle.
That cute cat loving couple you know? Here is a card for them!
Punch one cat out from a black scrap and one from a white scrap – and reverse the images! Add a heart from the Sweet & Sassy Framelits.
You can even frame a cat – for any occasion! Quick, easy, & cute!
This Cat in the Window is a pull-up card. Come back on Monday to see how it works. I will give step by step directions then.
The cat and the fishbowl is a classic cat story! The fish bowl and fish are from the Jar of Love stamp set and the table and stool are from the Wood Textures Paper Stack.
The cat rises again! (I saw this idea on Pinterest some time ago and don’t know who to credit with it – sorry)
Tip: Punch the cat out first, then layer the Stitched Square over the cat where you want it.
Tim’s Cat Cards
Tim shared the outdoor cat cards – since that is where he thinks cats should live. (Don’t blame him – he is extremely allergic to cats!)
Doesn’t this paper from the Wood Textures Paper Stack make a great outdoor setting for this cat behind the wood pile?
This cat is punched out from the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper.
The 2″ Circle Punch was used with Card Stock Vellum to create the moon. Doesn’t it look shimmery against the starry sky (from the Merry Little Christmas Designer Series Paper)?
The white Watercolor Pencil was used to draw the lines on the wall made with the Brick Wall Embossing Folder.
This “bloody” card looks more like Halloween! Tim poked his finger picking up the scissors (our 5 year grand son said he is going to give grandpa some safety lessons!) – and this was the result!
I remade his card so we could actually send it out!
The Wood Crate Framelits were used with the Wood Textures Paper Stack for this fun place for the cats to play!
Making Many Cat Cards/the Video
You can watch us make these cards – and see Tim’s reaction to his bleeding right here:
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