A small curled up kitty sleeping on the RV pad between the RV and the raspberries. I thought one of the neighborhood cats must have chosen it as a napping spot, but then thought, "it looks a little like Tigger. Wait a minute, it looks a lot like Tigger." I called hubby in and then tapped on the window. It was Tigger! How the heck did he get out?
For those of you who don't know, hubby built a kitty
So that got me to thinking about what an amazing thing "coincidence" is. I wonder how long Tigger would have been locked out if I hadn't decided to work on my class project, if I hadn't been drawn to look out while I contemplated what to write, if he had chosen anywhere else to lay considering I can't see but a small area from my window with my big old computer screen blocking the view... So whether you think it was just a coincidence or part of a master plan, tonight I thank God that our little guy chose that exact spot to lay down and that I chose to goof off and go do tonight's lesson now before it got too dark, because that little guy has made a huge improvement in our lives since he bounced down the freeway in front of us three years ago that I don't even want to think about not having him with us for many more years to come.
So now back to the crafting at hand. I'm a bit stumped about what I want to do for the next onesie, so tonight I have a card that I want to share. I found the inspiration on Pinterest a bit back but knew I would have to make my own version. No surprise, it's from Karen Thomas at Luv to Stamp again. I was so completely taken by how cute the first couple of her cards were that I had to follow her blog and pin a whole lot of them!
This one was super fun to make. I used the chrysanthemum from the Silhouette Design Studio because it makes me think of fall. I used a cute argyle embossing folder from QuickKutz. I switched out the ribbon for some baker's twine and I just loved this little ticket stamp from Inkadinkado combined with a little stamp from Studio G. So perfect! So thank you Karen for your constant inspiration...