Today I'm sharing some more inspiration for our current challenge!
Claire Lamb uses a blue gingham paper for a cozy setting for her trio of felines. Those amazingly colored kittens are from the Caroling Newton and coordinating die set. Holiday caroling just wouldn't be complete without some snow. Those pretty snowflakes in the background come from the
Debbie Owens showcases just one of the amazing cocktails from the newly released Christmas Cocktails stamp set. She places it on a bold, black backdrop die cut using the scallop-edged die from the Framework die set. She then uses the large scallop-edged die from the Frames & Flags die set to die cut her black & white plaid paper. A few red drops and pink & red twine ties her card together! Cheers!
Diane Moralesshowcases the newly released Meowy Christmas paper pad. She uses the lime green plaid paper that is a wonderful fit with the snow couple from the also newly released Snow Much Cheer stamp and coordinating die set. She places her sweet couple on a scallop-edged circle (Circle Framesdie set) and uses the scallop-edged frame die from the Framework die set for a fun shaped card! Snow cute!
Sue T. creates an original plaid using the Gingham stencil and adding white polka dots. A very festive backdrop for her darling kittens from the Autumn Newton stamp and coordinating die set. The circular window allows more of her amazing background to show giving her card lots of texture! Super cute!
Amy Tollner showcases the book lovin' kittens from the Newton's Book Club and coordinating die set. She provides them a pretty room in which to read with the Hardwood stenciled floor and the pink and yellow walls decked out in plaid using the Plaid stencil. She uses the banner die from the Slimline Frames & Windows die set for her sentiment as well as the postage-edged frame die from the Framework die set. So cute!
I hope these projects have inspired you to play along! Remember, you have until thisFriday, November 5, 2021to enter. There's a prize involved too, so don't delay - see more inspiration on our Inky Paws Challenge here!