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Shopping Our Stash Challenge 279

Hi Everyone,

This is my fourth week as Guest Designer over at Shopping Our Stash - in case you don't know its a weekly challenge, where you are supposed to use something in your stash - preferably something neglected ;)

This weeks challenge is Warm and Fuzzy (something that will keep you warm - anything from a fireplace, through warm hats and mitts to cup of hot chocolate)

I pulled out my neglected knitting needles for this and started to knit a mini scarf - transferred it to toothpicks, when I thought it was long enough. Added the cat from my favorite Neat&Tangled set and the sentiment (Hampton Art).

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The challenge runs until Midnight November 28 - come and play along!

Linking up with:
Addicted to CAS - Ombre (cat is ombre)

Happy Stamping!


Hannelie said…
Cute clever and awesome!
WOW!! Cornelia, this is amazing, I've seen this types of knitting with toothpicks, your little sample is fabulous. The kitty looks like she's knitting, so adorable.
Thank you for being the Guest Designer over at SHOPPING OUR STASH, it's been fun seeing your beautiful creations every week.
Marianne said…
How fun! It also reminds me of a card I created many moons ago:
Hugs, Marianne
Barbara Godden said…
This is adorable, two of my favourite things, Cats and Knitting. Fabulous job.
Ashwini Rao said…
What an adorable, fun idea! I love it!! :D
Chris Dring said…
This makes me want to learn how to knit, just so I can add a tiny bit to a card! Your card is absolutely adorable! Love it!
lauren bergold said…
i am IN LOVE with this one, miss cornelia!!! for me the hardest part of this challenge was to not just drop EVERYTHING and copy your card EXACTLY!!!!! <3 <3 <3
Deepti Aggarwal said…
Wow So creative this totally.. :)
Susanne Vargas said…
Ein strickendes Kätzchen! Ach, das ist ja zu süss!
ike said…
How delightful and the knitting is genius !! :-D
I hope you will come play at my Cats Only Challenge ?


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Susan said…
Love how you added the knitted piece to this card. So creative. Thanks for sharing at ATCAS!
papierelle said…
Bei mir strickt hier keiner von den Fellnasen, sie belagern höchstens meinen Wollkorb bzw. behaupten, das es schon immer und ewig ihr Schlafplatz war.
Aileen said…
You are so cool chickie babe, what a brilliant idea. Lucky you can knit so beautifully, it looks so brilliant.
Shelly said…
Oh, how cute! Thanks for joining us at Little Tangles!
Mac Mable said…
Your card has brought a warm fuzzy smile to my face. Cute, clever and adorable. x
Sherri Thacker said…
This is the cutest card ever! Love it!
Anita in France said…
Tee hee ... so clever, Cornelia ... and completely cute! Hugs, Anita :)
Mimi said…
Let me just say: this is the cat's meow! I can't even imagine a person who would not like to receive this... :)
Simply adorable Cornelia, the pink knitting really pops.

Warm hugs
Judy1223 said…
Cornelia, how fun and cute...and definitely soft!! I love the pop of color and texture! Thanks for joining us at CASology this week!
OH Babs said…
Oh how clever and so unique.
Jen W. said…
This is super cute, Cornelia! Love that kitty with his tongue sticking out and the knitted scarf adds so much great texture! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!
Kim M said…
OMG!!! This is amazing! I adore this card! The tiny knitting and using toothpicks for needles....genius! You rocked this card! So glad to see you over at Inkspirational too!
Aileen said…
Congrats on your win at Inkspirational, well deserved. So cool

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