3D Foam Tape, Seam binding Ribbon Pink And Blue, Green Cord, Black Fine Liner, Distress Ink Vintage Photo, Big Shot, Glitter cardstock, X-acto knife, Water Mister, White cardstock
For more tips on creating with the Purr-fect Posies collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/88KR6a5RRmg.
Take the 12 x 12" purple page from the paper collection as a base, then take the sheet with the cats on the swing and cut slightly smaller. Make a nice tear on the top and distress it, adhere green cord where the swing will hang, tucking the ends behind the designer paper, then glue the paper down on the base page. Take a photo and mat it on purple glitter cardstock, choose the placement of the photo on the layout, then use an X-acto knife to cut your designer paper toward the bottom right of where you'll place the photo. Tuck the photo behind the cutout and tape it down. Place green cord on the place where the swing hangs.
Stamp assorted kitten images using black ink and die cut. Color with the Zig Clean Markers. Place the small kitten behind your torn paper, so its peeking out. Arrange rest of kittens as desired, placing the swing on the ends of the green cord, adhere onto layout using foam tape. Add seam binding ribbon bows to the kittens.
Stamp some posy flowers with Monarch Orange ink and die cut. Color the center with the same color and the edges with Buttercup ink. Stamp leaves with Fern Green ink, color them with Bamboo Leaves ink and die cut. Place the flowers and leaves in the 3D mold make mist with water mister, put the lid on and run it through the machine. Place some prills in the center using glue. Arrange and adhere flowers and leaves around swing as shown.
Use the paw die to make a stencil. Place stencil on your layout and then take a palette knife and put the Nuvo mousse on top then get the template off and let it dry. Repeat this five times. Take a fine liner and make lines around that paw print and also some doodling around the edge of layout. Stamp the word purr-fect using black ink, just above the photo, then use fine line marker to write "day".