Friday, January 18, 2013

More Hexagons for Tuesday Morning Sketch #181 and Make it Monday

I had some leftover hexagon pieces from my last card for Color My Heart Color Dare and they are useful in the Make it Monday with Kraft Outlet Use Your Scraps Challenge this week.  It fits in quite nicely with the Tuesday Morning Sketch #181 and gave me the chance to use Cozy Cat again--he'll appear in the Close To My Heart catalog on February 1.  The greeting is from Hooray Bouquet and the hexagon pieces are from CTMH retired Black Background and Texture paper.  The cat was stamped onto Grey Wool B & T paper and Holiday Red B & T paper and then cut out and lifted up off his pillow with 3D foam dots.

The sketch:


Thanks for stopping by!  Have a wonderful week filled with fun and creativity!
:) Marie

p.s. don't forget to check out the current color challenge at Color My Heart--black, white and a pop of color (your choice of Close To My Heart colors!)  due Thursday, Jan. 25 at 9pm CT


  1. Such a cute card!! Sweet kitty and I love that you popped him/her up!!
    Thanks for joining us this week at Tuesday Morning Sketches!!

  2. Oh, sweet! I love the image - so cozy :) Thanks so much for playing with us at Tuesday Morning Sketches this week :)

  3. What a great krafty card, and you've combined our Use Your Scraps challenge so nicely with the sketch you followed. Great card, and thank for sharing with us this week!
    The Kraft Journal

  4. Aww, what a cute little kitty! I love the paper pieced pillow! Thanks for playing along at Tuesday Morning Sketches!

  5. Marie, how very cute and fun! Thanks for using our sketch at Tuesday Morning Sketches for your card!

  6. OMG - how cute is this!! I love red metallic piece on the top and the mix of b/w hexs on the bottom only brings out the cuteness of that kitty. Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

  7. So sweet Marie! Thanks for playing with us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

  8. Super adorable! Thank you for sharing with us at the Use your scraps challenge at The Kraft Journal!


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