No sentiment and keeping it simple with an older but very sweet Penny Black stamp called Xmas Hat. I used some Distress Inks to create a watercolour look and a fun speech bubble from Lawn Fawn. Are you sick of ‘the critters’ yet? I’m not sure what’s coming up next, just watch this space!
You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.
I’ll be back!
19 thoughts on “Christmas Cat in a Hat at Where has the Year Gone! Christmas 2014 (video)!”
This is so cute. Love it.
Always SO creative! You have such a knack for looking at stamps in nontraditional ways!!! Love it!
Absolutely, positively ADORABLE card, Therese! I love how you played with the speech bubble, and how you inked the grass and sky! So, so cute!!!
Very cute little fella – love your watercolouring:)
A really cute card and the way you have used the stamps and dies is such a fun idea.
Too cute 🙂
OMG, how cute is he? Fantastic colouring Therese and great card! Hazel x
Fantastic, Therese! Such an imagination you have! You’ve really brought that darling cat to life here! I cannot wait for the next video…
Ha! Uber adorable – I applaud you, Therese :-0
I am a big fan of the cute critters and this card is adorable! keep them coming LOL – hugs xx
LOVE it..super super cute and FUN!
Adorable! Love the die cut thought bubble!!
How could we get tired of such absolutely fun & creative critters?! I love it! This is just adorable 🙂
Ha Therese. This is just the cutest! How clever.
So fun and cute, Therese … such an adorable scene! Anita 🙂
Wow! You are amazing. This is super fun and super clever.
I just loooooooooove the music you use, Therese – Please, PLEASE, what is it? It is driving me nuts trying to find out. Such happy, perky music! Don’t worry about the comments on YouTube about it – goodness, not when there is such a thing as a volume control button! Loved discovering your blog and channel. ♥
Thanks so much for your kind comment. I’ve had both positive and negative comments about this music, it’s a royalty free track from Audiojungle called Christmas House.
Hope this is helpful. Merry Christmas, Therese
THANK YOU so much, Therese! Still enjoying it to the max! Have a wonderful New Year.