Saturday, 8 October 2016

Kitty Sandwich

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Hello.  Welcome.  I have decided I really like these Cheery Lynn cats.  And neon.  And black.  So here we go, cats 2

I cut my black base card with the large Stamplorations Crazy Stitched Rectangle die.  I stamped Stamplorations flower from Bloom Sketches in neon green ink.  

I like the chalkboard look.  Then I cut Cheery Lynn Whimsical Halloween Cat and gave it neon green eyes

The hi is Sizzix alpha dies.  I used a small heart instead of the dot over the i.

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Stamplorations October Challenge - Sketch
Stamplorations Cutplorations October Challenge black and neon green
Stamplorations CAS Challenge October - Black
Winnie & Walter WCMD 2016 - Pick n Mix black and green, diecutting, chalkboard look and cute


  1. Loving your neon cat, a very striking design.
    Julie x

  2. Wonderful take on the inspiration picture! Love that cat die. Thanks for joining us over at CUTplorations! 😀 😺

  3. You are working wonders with that kittie!

  4. Classic neon and perfect for a black cat. Thanks for playing with us again at CUTplorations, Gail.

  5. Those eyes look fab on your cat, they really pop.
    Thanks for joining in at this month's sketch challenge at STAMPlorations. :)

  6. What a fabulous use of black here! I love the pop of neon! Thanks for joining us at the STAMPlorations CAS Card Challenge!

  7. How clever!! Love the bright green of the kitty's eyes against the black! Thanks so much for playing with us at STAMPlorations challenge this month :)

  8. LOVE that neon green!! Thanks for playing at STAMPlorations:))

  9. This is so cool! LOVE the eyes on here too! Thanks for joining the CAS STAMPlorations Challenge!


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