Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Kitty Sympathy

A dear friend of mine was saddened in the fall because her family's beloved pet had passed away, and so I made a card for her.


Can't remember now if I sent her a white version, or a dove gray version. (Ha. My memory isn't what it used to be!)


In both versions, I used the Memory Box Small Gothic Window die to create a perch for kitty (Large Sitting Cat / Memory Box) to look outside. I cut 5 window arches, all out of white cardstock, and then glued them to one another in a stack. Love that technique of creating a sturdy, dimensional die cut.


The "outdoor" scene is from Lovely As A Tree by Stampin' Up!, colored with Copic markers.

My friend's cat was gray, and so I die-cut the paper kitty out of a pretty gray pattern.  Trying to keep the details meaningful for the recipient. :-)

Thank you so much for joining me!



Stamps: Words of Comfort - Papertrey Ink; Lovely As A Tree - Stampin' Up! Paper: gray pattern - Recollections; Soft Stone, white - Papertrey Ink Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black - Tsukineko Accessories & Tools: Copic markers; Large Sitting Cat, Small Gothic Window dies - Memory Box

4 comments:

Lisa said...

This is perfect in every way Colleen. one it!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is beautiful!

Ann Dahne said...

These are both wonderful cards, full of a lot of thought and creativity. I have also used the Gothic Window die for sympathy cards.

Leslie Miller said...

Absolutely beautiful and sweet. Love the patterned cat and the window. Stacking the dies is a nice way to add dimension and still keep the card mailable. I also love the Soft Stone paper.

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