"Can you see little kitty?"
Two pieces of identical 6x6" backing paper are used, with the door cut out of one and that piece positioned on top of the complete paper using foam tape so the door appears inset. The whole section is matted onto a slightly larger piece of thick black card and the "easel" stand glued to the back. I diecut an extra label and stick on the back over the easel for somewhere to write a greeting.
"Here he is!"
This is one of my favourite little charms. He has an oriental look about him don't you think? He's waiting in the doorway for me to let him in and feed him :-)
The Justrite label is heat-embossed in gold onto dark patterned paper and fixed to the card with foam tape over some diecut flourishes. The "Thank You" sentiment is heat-embossed onto spotty paper and diecut into a circle shape, then fixed over the label with more foam tape for plenty of dimension. Tiny diecut cherry blossom flowers are added, with some little self-adhesive gems in their centres.
BoBunny 6"x6" paper pad: Timepiece
Justrite stamp set: Thank You Labels Twenty
Spellbinders: Labels 20, Cheery Blossom
Sizzix Bigz Elegant Flourishes
Small yellow self-adhesive gems
Cardstock: 300gsm, black
Versamark clear ink pad
Stampendous embossing powder: Pirate Gold
Adhesives: foam tape, Glossy Accents, Pinflair, PVA
Entered for the following challenge:
Justrite Inspiration Friday Challenge 84 - Flower Power