Sunday, October 31, 2010
Flyboy is a neverending source of pleasure and joy. Here are two pictures of him and his friends in nature. The first one is looking at a fox outside (look very closely) who is looking to eat a squirrel who has climbed up the sliding glass door. The other one is Flyboy looking up at that squirrel that climbed the door. Nature is wonderful and entertaining.
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 7:24 AM
Friday, October 29, 2010
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Here is a purple card that I made with the Nestabilities Lotus Pendant. I cut out the lotus flower and mounted it onto a purple paper. I then put a label with purple ribbon through it and tape it onto the card. Next I mounted a dogwood embellishment and a purple checked ribbon. I think it turned out really nice. I hope you enjoy it.
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 3:56 PM
Friday, October 22, 2010
Here are the socks that Janis Lewis kindly sent me and asked that I post a picture of me in them. Well here it is and there is my love, Flyboy. He did not stay there too long, so it was great that I got a picture of him as I think he sets off the picture. LOL.
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 6:50 AM
Monday, October 18, 2010
I had to post this card as I thought it was so funny. It came to me while lying in bed a couple of nights ago. I made up the "Merry Chickmas" and cut the chick from the Critter Cartridge. I put a green piece of paper through the cuttlebug using the large snowflake envelope. I cut out "Joy" from the same cart and added it to the card. I love this card. What do you think?
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 9:54 AM
Here is a card that I made from a sheet that I bought. I love the 1920s and thought this card made up terrific. I mounted the pictures of the ladies and the "1920" sign on some old paper that I had (no idea what it is), but I thought it complimented the pictures. I added a brown bow and I am very happy with it.
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 9:51 AM
Friday, October 15, 2010
Monday, October 11, 2010
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Here is a card that I made with the following tools.....I used Multi-Shaper punch to do the corners and then I used Hot Off The Press Christmas Pockets to make the stocking. It is a tracing tool that you trace on paper, cut out and fold and glue to make a pocket on the back of the stocking. There is also a snowman, tree and a Teddy Bear Tag. If you are interested in purchasing it it is stock number HOTP 7369 (no affiliation). I hope you enjoy this card.
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 6:59 AM
Friday, October 8, 2010
Here is a pic that I submitted to the 365 Cats Calendar and they picked Flyboy to grace the 19th of March space. He and the deer were best friends last year and the deer would come up every day and Flyboy would go over and say "Hi". I am very pleased that anyone who gets this calendar will see his picture. Incidentally, the date he was picked was my father's birthday. That makes it even better.
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 6:27 AM
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
As I love cats, I got this adorable cat digi stamp and colored it in with gel pens. I love gel pens and need to explore different ways to color, like markers and pencils. I mounted him onto a green paper which I punched with a Martha Stewart punch. I have done these in different colors and will be posting them soon.
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 7:33 AM
Monday, October 4, 2010
Here is a card that I made for a friend of mine who LOVES cowboys and Indians. I made this card with Everyday Paper Dolls cart and every time I use it I find more and cuter ways to use it. My friend could not believe the card and loved it.
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 10:01 AM
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Here is this whale card I made for a friend of mine who is having a hard time. I made the whale from the Create A Critter card. I seem to be making alot with this cartridge. I used the Cuttlebug to make the background and put a couple of flowers on her/his head.
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 3:25 PM
Saturday, October 2, 2010
This is a card that I made for my sister-in-law. I used the Create a Critter cart which is one of my favorites. I used a Martha Stewart fence edge punch for the fence on the bottom and finished it off with "Gobble 'til you Wobble", that I think Mary used on her card. It was very hard to find a background paper that would not take away from the turkey. I think it turned out pretty nice.
Posted by Kards by Kathi at 4:10 PM