Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Speedy the Cat


Just couldn't resist playing along with the tea party gang on Mothermark's blog - check out the story HERE. This card is to help celebrate the fact that a prominent SCS member, Faith Hofrichter, has reached the 100,000 comment level! Wow...that's a ton of commenting! Any regular at Splitcoast is familiar with Speedy the Cat...seems Faith needs a rest from needy Speedy, so she's sending him off to Ms. Kittie's for a break. I wasn't sure that Speedy could make it by jumping over all those gators, so I went for Plan B and decided it might be better to send him by snail male instead. So you can see I have him packaged in a starry box, since Faith is the star for the moment and he's ready to go with Sam the Snail! The sketch is another take on Roxie's sketch (see my post below). Those stars have Crystal Effects & glitter on them, but this cloudy morning just didn't capture the sparkle and shine very well on the pic. Have a great day and don't forget when you're getting dressed, to put on your smile!

STAMPS: SonLight Impressions, Stars & Swirls (SU)
PAPER: Pacific Point, Real Red, Yoyo Yellow, White
INK: Black
ACCESSORIES: Scallop border punch (SU), CB, Herringbone & Dotted Swiss EF, Crystal Effects, Diamond glitter, Copic sketch markers

7 comments:

Marisa said...

My daughter would love to receive a package with a kitty in it :D Speedy the cat will be pleased to receive this.

jdmommy said...

I love the primary colors you used, Wanda! the kitty is fabulous....I think it really IS Speedy!!!

Joanne Travis said...

LOVE the bright, happy colors and the kitty popping up out of the box. Too cute!!

Francie G. said...

This is just the cutest, Wanda! Such a sweet image! Wonderful coloring!

Cathleen said...

This is so cute and fun Wanda, love the bright and happy colors!

maryr917 said...

cute card wanda-and the kitty is so sweet-hey congrats I noticed on the mojo blog your card made it as one of the finalists-it was a beauty

Edna said...

Love the cat in the box, and you certainly got your colours all bright and lovely, nice job!