Kitten in Love

July 30, 2015

Hello crafty friends!
It's Wiebke here and today I want to show you a card featuring the adorable Digital stamp Kitten in Love.  I used the kitten already on previous cards, but I think they're SO cute for several occasions, especially for some lovely love cards!


 I colored the kitten using some grey Polychromo pencil. For the background, I embossed the little stars from the How are Ewe stamp set and went over it with a rose Distress Ink. The sentiment at the top of the card is also from the How are Ewe stamp set! I think it matches the little scene perfectly! The pink ribbon was supposed to be the finishing pink touch :)



It's maybe a little early for Valentines day, but who doesn't like it to get some card love throughout the year??? :)

Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope to see you again soon!


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