Sunday, 14 August 2016

Rarely Clean, Often Simple

Hello.  Welcome.  Here with another single layer card using a stamp set from Kort og Godt.  Fell in love with these cute kitties.  

I stamped the cat pair and the sentiment.  It translates from Norwegian to 'Good luck today and in the future, congratulations to the bridal pair'.  To colour my background I sprinkled a bit of red Brusho powder on an acrylic block, added some water and then did a rough wash across the diagonal of the card.  I edged the card with barn door distress and cos I am messy crafter I managed to get a smudge where I didn't want it!! So I put some more barn door on a piece of kitchen paper and lightly rubbed it on the white areas to disguise it a bit LOL. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Nordsalten Hobbyklubb #143 - Love is in the Air 
MFT Stamps Camp Create 2016 - Bonfire Single Layer Savvy
Lost Coast Portal to Creativity Challenge 27 - Water Color Background 

Dare 2 B Artzy August Animal Challenge 
SUYP Cats Challenge 9 - Furrything Goes 



  1. Great card. So happy you entered it in the D2BA animal challenge.

  2. What a cute Congratulation card, Gail! This was SO romantic ♥
    Hugs, Anita

  3. Such a pretty card. I love the kitties and really like your background. Great save with the kitchen paper effect - you would never know you made a small error !! Great save. :-D
    Thank you for purring along to SUYP Cats Challenges.

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  4. This is very, very cute! Awesome job on a one-layer card! Those are tough (for me!).

  5. KITTIES...enough said LOL ;0) PURRfect wedding card, so different and that splash of colour, love it! Thx for joining in the fun over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity!

  6. I have to try your background technique, looks fab. And love the cat couple. Thank you for joining Lost Coast Portal to Creativity this month, hope to see you again.


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