Sunday, November 9, 2008

Purrrfect Birthday

For the Inspiration challenge on Split Coast this weekend - Stef showed us clothes by Boden USA. I was inspired by this cute T shirt

And here is my card:

I used dots instead of stripes and framed my cute kitty on Labels Two nestabilities. I added the saddlestitched ribbon from Papertrey Ink under the key tag punched sentiment with a blue fish for a little contrast!

These stamps are from a great set called The Cat's Meow - by H&M Stamps that has several cat images, some fish, a cat dish, and many sentiments - check it out here.

Stamps: The Cat's Meow: H&M stamps
Paper: very vanilla, real red, taken with teal, DP: SU
Ink: onyx black versafine
Accessories: white gel pen, labels two nestabilities, key tag punch: SU, pure poppy saddle stitched ribbon: PTI

11 comments:

~amy~ said...

Perfect job on the inspiration challenge Julia! Too Cute...love the red & white!

One4Joy said...

Amy's right, you nailed the IC...the sentiment and tiny fish are delightful!

Hope you had a fun weekend with all the festivities!

Bunny B said...

This is truly cute!! :)

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

This is so cute - I love the red and white, LOVE that cat, the dots, the cool new nesties...all of it.
hugs, Jami

Bev said...

Cute cat and I love the polka dotted paper and the fish on the sentiment. tfs

dpkennedy said...

This is fantastic! I love the little kitty and the polka dots! Awesome job!

virgo5 said...

Wow, I love the colour, the dots, the cats cute white nose, everything! I haven't had a chance to play with my cat set yet, now I want to!

LeAnne said...

Adorable! Love that little fishie!
LeAnne

Beverly said...

Julia!
This is a fabulous card for the Inspiration Challenge! GREAT job! Just love that shirt and your interpretation of it!

Curt in Carmel said...

You did this challenge proud! This is so perfect for the challenge! I like the dots better than the stripes! Nicely done! Best, Curt

Shirley said...

The little girl's shirt is cute, and your card is adorable with those words and that cute little fish too!