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Masculine Get Well Card Featuring Beccy's Place The Cat's Meow Digital Stamp

I've used a digi from Beccy's Place The Cat's Meow digital stamp set for this get well card for a friend of my husband's who's recently had hip surgery. Given that he's understandably walking with difficulty at the moment, I thought this image eminently suitable. The French sentiment 'Remit-toi vites sur pattes !' literally means 'Get back on your paws quick!' A funny way of saying you hope someone is back on their feet soon. And just a quick French lesson here...in case you're thinking I've goofed on the card and left a space at the end of my sentiment between the last word and the exclamation point, no, I haven't. In French, a space is left between the last word and the exclamation point that follows it (same goes for question marks and some other forms of punctuation).

Every one of the four cat digis and seven sentiments included in the set are fantastic, making this digi kit extremely versatile and suitable for so many different occasions. 

Paper is American Crafts DIY Shop Kraft paper pad. I dressed it up with some jupe ribbon and wooden stars (that I painted black) adorned with brass metal studs. I have quite a few of these studs I've picked up in outlet bins. They're supposed to be for clothing, but they're perfect for cards. I glue them down with a little Aleene's Tacky Glue and they stay put just fine. I especially like them on masculine cards, e.g. this Gentleman Ted birthday card. 

Supply List
Paper – cardstock, American Crafts DIY Shop Kraft paper pad
Digital stamp – Beccy's Place The Cat's Meow
Dies – Die-namics rectangle stax
Embellishments – jupe ribbon, metal studs
Font – Candy Round BTN font
Spectrum Noir Illustrator markers
Art-n-Fly white pen

I'm linking up with: Beccy's Place March challenge – ATG with one of Beccy's images, Allsorts Challenge Week 617/8 – ATG opt. Monochromatic, Gem of a Challenge Week 7 – ATG, Inkspirational Challenges #235 – Fur or Feathers, and Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers #181 – L is for Layers.

14 comments

  1. A really great image and some lovely papers, great colours too. Thank you for joining our 'Monochromatic' challenge at Allsorts.

    Kath x

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  2. What a great design and cute image, it's perfect for our optional monochromatic theme at Allsorts challenge!
    Thanks so much for joining in!
    Ellie
    Ellibelle's Corner

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  3. This card is just darling! Excellent entry for the Allsorts challenge! Cheers, MK

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  4. You've done a brilliant job coordinating all the colours in your project Shari, I love the black, kraft and yellow tones. The sentiment is wonderful, I really like the humour in it and the way it literally connects with the image, fabulous idea. The embellished stars are awesome too, great idea to add the studs with some glue. Love it!
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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  5. A really beautifully designed monochromatic creation. Many thanks for joining in with our Anything Goes/Mono theme at Allsorts challenge. Still a few days left to join our mono theme at Stamping Sensations!

    B x

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  6. Love the layers, design, fun image, and sentiment! Superb card!

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  7. Love your card - that poor kitty looks so sorry for itself! Thanks for getting your layers on with SoSS, Jo x

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous! I love the papers and all those fabulous layers!
    Thank you for joining us at Polkadoodles Gem of a Challenge! Jane S (DT) Paper, Pencils & Pretty Things xxx

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  9. Adorable card! LOVE that little kitty! Thanks for joining us at Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

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  10. We love kitties at the Sisterhood! Fabulously colored and awesome layering. I enjoyed my little French lesson as well. Thanks so much for playing along with us!!

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  11. Wonderful card, Shani! That paper is perfect for masculine cards. Thanks for the lesson on French punctuation....I had no idea (and when I saw it on other cards I just thought it was for effect/aesthetics).

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  12. Well done Thanks for layering it up with the sisterhood.

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  13. Thanks for getting layered up with Edna and the sisterhood of snarky stampers!!

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  14. Love it and the sentiment is perfect! Love those layers too!

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