Saturday, February 9, 2019


Hello snarky peeps!
It's time for the new challenge at the
The next two weeks are brought to you by the letter K.
As in K for Kitties!

Here's my offering:

I saw a t-shirt that said this and I knew I had to make it into a card!
Love the fact that this kitty looks anything but humored by 
the humerus bone. LOL!

So now it's your turn to break out your kitty stash and make a project
that proudly displays them. Be sure to link up at the 
Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers so we can admire it!
For more ideas, do check out what my Sisters, and our reigning
Queen, Lisa, have created for your viewing pleasure.
Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!

Stamps: Katzelkraft - Les Chats Russe
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
CS: Crafter's Companion; Taylored Expressions
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; MISTI; computer & printer; free clip art of humerus bone; GC; Avery Elle - double pierced rectangle die
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Elmer's extra strength glue stick


  1. Totally brilliant! The combination of that cat with the sentiment is purr-fection, Jo x

  2. I'm giggling at your card, it's perfection!!! and brilliant!!! I really like those Katzelkraft cats.

  3. Laugh out loud funny - and I do love that grumpy cat, he's my all time favourite cat stamp

  4. OMG this is funny! I have to case this for my brother-he's got a wicked sense of humor like yours! Love it!

  5. LOL I love it, especially 'grumpy cat'

  6. Despite being a DOG owner, you obviously understand the cat personality, as this is just how a cat would feel about this pun. :D (I need to remind myself why I don't own these stamps!) >'.'<

  7. YESSSSSSSSSSSSSS this is totally perfect and a cat joke to boot
    Loves loves loves it!!


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