Wednesday, 24 December 2014

The Stamping Chef Challenge #61 The Final Anything Goes

It is with a sad heart that this is my last post for The Stamping Chef Challenge blog. As of January 1st The Stamping Chef will be no more due to the new VAT laws that have come into place in the EU affecting lots of small digital companies, such as The Stamping Chef. But there is some light at the end of the tunnel....Tamara has decided to open a new store Slinky Tart and some of the current images will be carried over into her new shop. The challenge blog will not be running any more unfortunately but you will still see us around in blogland using her fabulous slinky images!

So for my final card, I used something a bit different, Cattitude. Just love these cute little cats and you get lots of little bits in this set too. I went for a purple and grey theme and attempted to do some fur on the cats. I love the way the girly cat came out, but the boy cat was a bit harder. Practise, practise, practise I guess!



Recipe:

Stamps: Cattitude from The Stamping Chef

Papers: Concord Crush (Retired), Basic Gray, In Colors 2010-12 DSP Stack (Retired), Neutrals DSP Stack (Retired) all from Stampin' Up, Paw Prints paper from local craft store, Copic X-Press It Blending Card

Inks: Copic Markers

Accessories: Concord Crush Ribbon (Retired) from Stampin' Up, Die-Namics Double Scallop Border Die from MFT, Labels 1 Nestabilities from Spellbinders

Copics Used:
Chair & Bow - V25, BV17, BV08
Girl Cat - BV20, BV23, BV25, BV29
Cats' Eyes - YG21, YG23
Inner Ears - R30, R20, R22
Boy Cat - W00, W1, W3, W5
Noses - C7, C9
Tongues - R20
Chair Legs & Back - E15, E18
Ball of Wool & Cattitude - V20, V25

And that's all from me for this last post for the Stamping Chef Challenge blog. I do hope you will pop on over to the blog and check out all the other gorgeous cards from the DT and join in the fun whilst you're there too.

1 comment:

  1. Loving the cat stamps Vanessa, I also love purple :) cute card thanks for sharing with us at TTCRD
    Andrea x

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