Sunday, 11 September 2016

Green Eyed Cat

October Card Chain Challenge sign up

Hello.  Welcome.  So I had fun with my twine wrapped block, and since it was all good to go I decided to play again.  So I inked it up with Scattered Straw distress, but of course, blue plus yellow equals green!!  It looked like bamboo stems.  Well, a little bit like bamboo stems, so bring on the tiger.....

I stamped MFP Tiger, masked him and the edge of the panel and stamped the background.  Then I cut with the stitched rectangle die, but it was a bit subtle so I decided to doodle a border.  The tiger is coloured with distress ink and the happy birthday is from the same set.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
MFP Stamps Challenge 37 - Twine Wrapped Block Technique
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Stamp It 
Hjerteboden September Utfordring - Bruk Naturfarger 
Lost Coast Portal to Creativity Challenge 28 - Anything Goes 
ABC Challenge - O is for Open


  1. Another great MFP Stamps Challenge entry! The tiger looks so nice on your twine background. Hugs!

  2. Your tiger looks calm and happy! I just watched Jungle Book and yours is no grumpy Sher Khan, that's for sure. I really like how you tilt the blocks to get your background. Happy you joined us at Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge for Stamp It! xx Maura

  3. Lovely CAS style card, the background does look slightly jungle like ;) thanks for joining us at ABC challenge and good luck
    Andrea x

  4. Great image for the twine stamped background. Thank you for sharing with us at MFP Stamps Challenge.

  5. Great idea to morph the green background into bamboo. I buy that! I think your doodled edges look awesome too.

  6. Hello Tiger! :) Cool card with nice colors, Gail. I love it! Thank you for joining the Hjerteboden Challenge this month too.
    Hugs, Anita ♥

  7. Love your CAS background and the tiger image, he looks so calm and cool. Thank you for joining Lost Coast Portal to creativity "Anything goes" -challenge.


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