Monday, December 20, 2010

Fa la la la la……

I picked up the Meow cartridge during Wal-Mart’s Black Friday sale and was determined to use it to make a Christmas card. We have two cats, Izzy and Jackson so this was a must buy! BTW…Jackson is a pure black cat with attitude!



Last June, Enfys from Going Buggy made a very similar “Just a Note” card and I couldn’t wait to adapt it. Thanks Enfys for your great design. The base card is from Christmas Cards and cut at 6 inches. I cut the cat and layers at 4 inches. The paper strip measures 2 x 4 ½ inches.

Have a great week and stay tuned for a fun new video!

Linda


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12 comments:

CelticWoman said...

great card with attitude, I have several also with attitudes. Sandi

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Sandi! Happy Holidays!

Linda

Anonymous said...

Linda, this is adorable. Too funny!

Sue

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Sue!

Kate said...

What a great card! How clever to adapt the card for Christmas. I love the little collar you've added to the cat. We have a pure black cat with attitude too. As soon as I saw your card, I thought of Electra!!

Linda Kaiser said...

I love the name Electra!! It is perfect for a black cat. Does she have attitude too?

Enfys said...

Love the way you adapted that card for Christmas Linda. xx

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Enfys! I sooo love your blog and all your projects. Happy Holidays!

Linda

Angi @ CokiePop said...

I'm a cat lover so I loooovveee your card. Merry Christmas. :)

A splash here and there said...

I don't have a cat but your card made me smile - I could just imagine that black cat of yours tinkering with your piano!

Happy Holidays, Linda!

sandra said...

Was watching your youtube about making large boxes could you please send me the info on scal and sag cuts i have never heard or worked with me, thanks as always your stuff is great

Linda Kaiser said...

Sandra: "Sure Cuts A Lot" is an easy to use software to cut your True Type fonts, SVG files, images, and various shapes on your Cricut Machine.

Here is a link to SVG Cuts. They have made several great videos on what it can do. Here is a link to their tutorials.

http://svgcuts.com/blog/category/tutorials/

This is also where I purchased my box files.

Here is a link to buy SCAL
http://www.craftedge.com/index.html


Hope this answers your questions!

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