I recently found out that I made the Magnolia Design Team at StampinScrappin.com. I have long been an admirer of Cindy and Kevin Echtinaw, their enthusiasm and their superb customer service, so it’s an honor to be considered a member of Cindy’s posse. And I am crazy about Magnolia stamps and copics. They go together like peanut butter and jelly. Every image I color I learn something new. Experimenting runs in our family. My daughter used to do science experiments on our black Persian cat, Kane. While I was otherwise occupied, she managed to put a whole pound of Vaseline on him. I think she had seen me put a little on his paw to help pass those hairballs we’re all so fond of finding at our house. In panic, I called the vet and when he got done laughing he told me to take a butter knife and scrape as much off of him as I could and then invest in kitty litter because he’s going to need an awful lot of it. Have you ever tried to hang on to a really mad greased cat? More about her science experiments at a later date.
This card was done quite some time ago so I don’t remember all the details. The window was another one of those lovely windows from either the Happily Ever After Cricut cartridge or the Dreams Come True cartridge. There are lots of those windows for you to play with.