You're the Best

June 20, 2018

You're the Best

Hi there,

here is another creation using the adorable Gerda Steiner Designs Cat in bookshelf stamp set and if my son was a cat he would look exactly like this :o)


  • color the images from the Gerda Steiner Designs Cat in bookshelf stamp set with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens and a damp watercolor brush
  • as a background I used a leftover piece from an earlier watercolor session cut out with one of the Elizabeth Craft Designs Stitched Rectangles¬†
  • stamp the sentiment from the Mama Elephant Labeled Messages with Versafine Onyx Black
  • add a swirl of silver thread behind the cute little cat before adhering it to the watercolor panel

Have a wonderful day.

Hugs,




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