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Cats on Appletrees

Hi Everyone,

it's that time of the year, where you need copious amounts of thank you cards... so I figured, I better get started.
This one is very quick:


I used those cute animals from Cats on Appletrees, which my daughter got me in the fall. They stack up nicely and all you need is ink that covers well. I did that with my brand new Catherine Pooler inks, but I have also done that with distress oxide ink, which works just as well. I masked them and sponged with distress oxide ink. The advantage of the Catherine Pooler ink is, that it does not react with the oxide ink and the colors stay true. Added Washi tape, the thank you (The Ton) and then I decided to use some enamel dot - bottom card - I think its better with them.


Happy Stamping!

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Comments

Mimi said…
How cute! I love that you shared with us at SOS for the Gah! Pink! challenge, but I could easily see this in any color! Happy 2018!
sandie said…
Such a fun card, I love the striking pink with the black, makes for one dramatic card. Thanks for joining Ink
Flo said…
Wie süß: Bremer Stadtmusikanten einmal anders!!! Warum auch nicht: selbst Schweine,Hasen und co sind musikalisch!!!
Liebe Grüße
conil said…
Okay! You got me...have to have some of these critters. That pig screams, "buy me", at me everytime I see it. And using that hot pink just makes them pop! Waiting for a full review on the CP inks (kidding). Happy 2018!
That is such a cute and fun thank you card design.
Unknown said…
This is a fun and cool thank you card! It's definitely better with the pink enamel dots!
Happy New Year, Cornelia!!!
Darnell said…
Yet another artistic and amusing work of card art, Cornelia! I love it!! Hugs, Darnell
Anita in France said…
Hahaha, so fun, Cornelia (in both versions) ... your stack of critters is brilliant against the swiped pink (at least you made it look wonderfully swiped even if it isn't!) ... sure to raise a smile! Happy New Year ... Bonne Année 2018! Hugs, Anita :)
Kylie said…
Love that bold background and your silhouettes are a blast! Great card and thanks for playing along at Inkspirational xx
Great card! I love the hot pink! Thanks for sharing it with us at Shopping Our Stash! Cyndi, DT

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