Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Make The Cards Challenge #34


Welcome back friends!

It's time for a new challenge over on  Make The Cards Challenge.
Today we are having a Color challenge ...


 For my card today, I decided to create a little scene!

The brick background paper was in with my scraps and was a good start since the colors worked perfectly.  The window was created using a very old Poppystamps die called 'Grand Madison Window (#815).  I backed it with white card stock which I drew pencil lines on to mimic window blinds.  The kitties come from an Impression Obsession die set called 'Cats' (#DIE083).  My flowers on the front corner are Sue Wilson 'Queen Anne's Lace' (#CED1480) and my sentiment was created using the Memory Box 'Classic Uppercase Alphabet' set (#98361).

I hope you'll come join in our challenge fun ... here's the link for you one more time ...

Make The Cards Challenge

 As always . . .


  1. Fabulous kitty window card, reminds me of my home but just not black kitties lol!! The paper IS the perfect colors, at first I thought you stenciled it!

  2. Oh, my word, the blinds! What a brilliant idea! I'm making a note. I love this card all over -- the window, the brick, the sentiment down the side, and, of course, the kitties in the window. Wow!

  3. Beautiful window scene and great colors. Love the kitties too!

  4. You are SO CLEVER! What a great card!

  5. Such a sweet scene, Darlene. Love those sweet kitties. And what a clever and creative idea for your blinds. Need to remember that for future. So much easier than trying to fuss with lace to make pretend curtains :-) Have a great day. Hugs.

  6. Love the brick background, and your blinds idea is so cute, like the sentiment going down the side too!


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