Sunday, January 24, 2010

Monday's Inspiration Blog Hop - Queen Kat Designs

It's Monday, so that means it is time again for the Queen Kat Designs Royal Monday blog hop. This week our challenge was an inspiration challenge; hopefully, you started at the beginning of our hop at the QKD blog and saw the inspiration photo there, if not, head back to the beginning so you do not miss a single project. You should have arrived here from Helene's blog.

Okay, here's my project. I loved how the walls were in the photo, so I used my bone folder to create lines in the cardstock and then I folded the cardstock on the lines and inked them. I thought it was easier to do this than to just draw lines spaced out across the paper. I used the Kitchen Goddess stamp set. I stamped the cute little kitty on three different papers, cut them, and then layered them to create the final project. A little matting and inking and I was finished.

Thanks for stopping by and now it is time to head off to Lara's blog and see her creation. Don't forget to stop by the store while it is still "Tuesday" everyday this week and reap the benefits of the sale:

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2amscrapper said...

Cool idea to recreate the walls as your inspiration from the photo.

Juliet Diley said...

Isn't that cute! Love how you picked up the walls!!! Loving how everyone is seeing something different!

My name is Wynneth said...

Sweet project Penny - that image is so cute and I love how you picked out the wood panelling on the wall as your inspiration :o)


CraftyMomOf2 said...

super cute!!!!

Anita said...

That is so cute Penny. I love how you did the walls too.

Kimme said...

nice way to mimic the woodwork. Cute card.

Nancyroo said...

we are on the same wavelength!

Lara said...

Love the kitty!

stephanie said...

Oh what a fabulous idea. Love it.

Alex said...

So cute! I love the way you incorporated the wood grain!

MrsETaylor said...

When I saw this, it made me smile from ear to ear. Great job.