Squigglefly!! Here's Teacup Kitty digi image from artist Louise Gardner. Isn't that kitty so sweet? Don't you just want to take her up in your hands and put her up against your cheek and let all your worries just melt, along with your heart?!
At least, that's what would happen to me if I started with one little kitty! Then it would turn into two, because of course she's lonely and needs company. Then three, because a little competition never hurt anyone. Then four to get rid of that bothersome threesome, then...
Well, the inside of my easel card says it all!
So, it's no little kitties for me, which is okay for my family, as half of them are allergic to cats! I have to feed my kitty craving by coloring Squigglefly kitties and making cards.
You can get Teacup Kitty and other new releases from Squigglefly Stamps. Want to win a free digi image? Try the Squigglefly Challenge Blog. This week's challenge is to make a card using a Squigglefly image with a SPRING theme!
p.s. (Did you notice my kitty's favorite toy is teetering on the edge of the teacup? Be careful, little mousie, or you'll be my kitty's lunch).
CHOCOLATE BLOG HOP CANDY WINNER:
Random generator has chosen commenter number nine. That's Holly! Holly, email me your mail addy and I will send you the Housemouse Chipboard Album I made for the Hop, and Congrats!!!
Don't forget that I have BLOG CANDY for one random person. Check out the March 1 blog post for details!! My card is green, and not just because of the pretty green bow atop my kitty's head. The card base was made from a legal-sized manila folder that the office couldn't use anymore. The manila is nice and strudy, especially for irregularly folded cards, like this easel card. Show me your "going green" project!!