Yes, cat yoga greeting cards are a thing and we’ve got a sneak peek at how we are making them SO FUN!
Animals doing human things is always cute and often funny. In our new release coming next week, we’ve got something new that will let you make cat yoga greeting cards for so many occasions with this adorable theme.
Today Allison is serving us a funny and sweet card for that true friend AND giving you a sneak peek at just two images from a brand new 11 image stamp set for which we are also offering a coordinating die set. This set will have you laughing, cheering, nodding in agreement and getting the warm and fuzzies. And not just from the cats!
Here are all the steps to make this card now so you can be ready when your new goodies order arrives!
First, Allie stamped her “downward cat” posed furry friend from our soon-to-be released Yoga Cats stamp set, colored her/him in with her markers and cut her/him out with our coordinating die.
Next Allie took a scrap of white card stock and blended green ink over it to create a grassy look. She then cut it with one of the dies from our Slimline Hills set and then cut again with the largest die in our Nested Loops set.
Allie used the leftover inked scraps of the hill piece to cut some stems using our versatile Leaf Stems die.
For her background, Allie took another piece of white card stock a couple of inches longer than the same Nested Loops die and using pale blue ink and our Cloud Stencil and added layers of billowy clouds from top to bottom. When she was done inking, Allie cut this out with the die, saving the extra length at the end.
Being in an inking frame of mind, Allie used shades of pink, orange and yellow ink to blend a pretty variegated look over another piece of white card stock and used our Small Flowers #4 to cut out some sweet little blossoms.
Using liquid glue, Allie added blooms to her stems and then adhered them to the back of the tippy top of her hill.
Then Allison adhered her hill element to the top of her cloud panel, lining up the loops for beautiful melding of the edges of both pieces.
Taking that leftover piece of cloud laden card stock, Allison stamped her sentiment onto it with black ink and then trimmed it down into an even rectangle. She added her cat and her sentiment with some dimensional adhesive, added a few white gel pen spots to her clouds and then a couple of jewels for accents and – VOILA! – the first of what we are sure will be lots of cute cat yoga greeting cards!
Can you even? And wait until you see all the other fabulous sentiments – which we are sure you will use with lots and lots of other stamp sets! – and the other kitties getting their zen on.
We designed these fun things to use to make cat yoga greeting cards because they are super cute, super fun and apparently, A Thing! Join in on the fun by marking your calendars for April 5th and jumping on this adorable trend!