Sunday, October 21, 2018

Black Cats for Halloween



Louisa loves Kitty.  Who just happens to be a black cat, of course.  While she was here this weekend,  Louisa carried around my black cat cards and she kept picking them up  and saying "Black Kitty."

You can download this cute Little Fortune Teller with her black kitty below.



This adorable black cat is a svg file.  Fun for a last minute Halloween card or making multiples.  It doesn't take too long to put together and if you like cats, it's purr-fect!  Couldn't resist!



I love this cool cat.  He's a little scraggly, which I think is really cute.  This is also a svg file.  I think it's really pretty.  I covered the cat in black glitter and gave him green eyes. I ended up making this card 6 1/2 x 6 1/2 - it's really large.  One reason is because of the intricacy of the cuts.  


Louisa has been so cute identifying all the pumpkins (on the porch, in her Halloween books, at restaurants, etc...)  Her first ever gluing project was to glue a jack o' lantern face to a colored pumpkin.  She caught on to squeezing the glue pretty quickly and we had to wipe up just a little bit extra.  She must have put on and took off the eyes and mouth about 6 times!  Doesn't she look serious?





Download Little Fortune Teller HERE.

I just have to tell you about my daughter's Autumn Festival Cookbook on Kindle:

Lauren just published a wonderful history-filled cookbook called Revel.  

Okay, yes, I'm the mom.  But still...this is a wonderful read.  If you love to learn things, if you love history or if you love holidays:  this book is for you!  Even if you have no interest in the actual recipes, you will enjoy the fun information!

Lauren has done a LOT of research on traditional British food and late autumn holidays.  She tells you all about the history of the holiday (great conversational tone) and each recipe features a picture and the recipes are tried and true.

You can download Lauren's book, Revel, HERE on Amazon.  (It's only $4.99.)


Thank yo for stopping by and for letting me tell you about Lauren's cookbook.  Have a wonderful day!



10 comments:

  1. Three super cute projects, Lori, but the most cute at all is always Louisa!!! :D How many efforts in her gluing!! She is becoming an expert crafter !!
    The details you added to the fortune teller card are just delicious, love that little bat on the moon and the black&yellow ribbons! Thanks for sharing the file! That svg cat with the "spooky" label makes me squeal, how fun and sweet!!
    Hugs and big congrats to your daughter for her recipe book!!

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  2. Adorable! All of it... omg that little fortune teller and love the svg files! That glittery scraggly cat is awesome!

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  3. what a cute card and an adorable little card maker. the download is sweet and the idea of what to do with it is great!!!

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  4. Oh, my! Such sweet projects with the black cats! And, the pics of Louisa coloring the pumpkin is just darling!

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  5. These are such cute and fun projects, especially the scraggly cat! Love the pics of Louisa working on her art projects :)

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  6. These are so very cute, my favorite is the 3rd card, that SVG file is too cute, love the little tag you gave to the cat and the polka dot background.
    Louisa is so adorable, it is so fun seeing things through their eyes :)
    Congrats to your daughter and her new book!

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  7. OMGOODNESS Lori.. you've made some adorably CUTE Halloween cards! Totally love the black cat SVG card.. so fun and I love how Louisa is working so hard on her project... totally a future crafter in the making right there! So FUN! Have a great week!

    Theresa

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  8. Congratulations to Lauren--how great! And oh my goodness, Louisa is such a cutie pie & clearly into her project--love it! The black kitty cards are darling! I especially love the scruffy one--great card!

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  9. Woohoo! Congrats to Lauren! That Louisa is growing in leaps and bounds. She was definitely concentrating on her project. LOL All the cards are fabulous Lori.

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