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Feline Birthday

Hi Everyone,
this is my second post for today - for the STAMPlorations blog hop post click HERE (you would not want to miss that one).

the whole week I wanted to play in the color Q challenge and if you see the inspiration picture you'll know why - just my thing - CAS and graphic. I love those cat mugs. So what better to use than that funky Paper Smooches set Feline Friends!

I need a birthday card for a soon to be 6 year old boy - I think he'll like it! Added a brad to be able to play with Retro Rubber. The Feline Friends is an older stamp set, although not sure exactly how old, but certainly older than one year. The sentiment is die cut from pain chips and is also by Paper Smooches. Added some string, to keep it from "flying" away, ;) The 6 is by Papertrey. 

I "grounded" those cats with a credit card, added glossy accents to the glasses and googly eyes to the grey cat.

Linking up with:
Colour Q - see inspiration photo
Retro Rubber - use a brad
Paper Smooches - anything goes
Male Room - letters or numbers
Send a Smile 4 Kids - birthday fun
Seize the Birthday - no topping for me



papierelle said…
*hihi* .. so genial!! Die Katzen sind Spitze. Bei unseren Fellpfoten wäre aber kein Fisch in der Traumblase, sondern eher eine Maus oder ein Vögelchen!!
LG Gundi
shirley-bee said…
Super fun, Cornelia! I bet the 6 year old will love it! Thanks for playing along at Seize The Birthday :)
Susanne Vargas said…
Sehr witzig! Deine Katzenkarten bringen mich immer zum Lachen!
Flo said…
Diese Katzenkarte ist mal wieder zum kichern!!!
Liebe Grüße,
Pam said…
Very fun card! Bet that 6 year old will love this.
Oh my gosh, love the fun kitties! Thanks for doung the challenge!
Vicki Dutcher said…
So fun - LOVE the glasses :) - Thanks for joining in at TMR~
Unknown said…
CUTE card! Love the funky kitties! Thanks for including Retro Rubber in your stamping fun this week!
Nancy said…
Cool cats!! LOL Love this card Cornelia! Thanks for playing along with us over at Seize the Birthday and we hope to see you again soon as you are so very talented!
Anita in France said…
Such fun cool dudes, Cornelia ... those googly eyes and dark shiny shades are brilliant! Anita :)
Claire Grantham said…
Very cool card, great for a 6 year old, although I love the groovy I guess it works for any age :) Thanks for joining us at RRBC this week. Cx DT
Kim Heggins said…
What a fun and festive your adorable little critters!!! Thank you so much for playing along with us at ColourQ, hope to see you again next week!
Debbie Mageed said…
What 6 year old wouldn't love this card! Those kitties are so cool! Thank you for playing along with Retro Rubber this week.
Neva Cole said…
So fun, any 6 year old would be thrilled to see this cute card. Thank you for joining us at RRBC!
Jane Knudsen said…
This is a supercute card! So sweet and quirky! Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber!
Anonymous said…
Super cute and super creative card!
Lori said…
This is perfect for a six year old! Love how you added strings to the sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Paper Smooches SPARKS!
Rocky said…
Love those cute little cats, it's a great card, I'm sure he'll love it, especially those woggly eyes. Thank you for joining us at TMR.
Deborah Frings said…
Such a great card for a little boy. I do like the number balloons and the cute cats. Thanks so much for playing along with The Male Room!

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