Victor and Vanquished

Hello Everybody,

Thanks for popping by and all your lovely comments, they were very much appreciated.

Bach again with some more cards using the lovely Nicecrane Designs Images. This time it’s for the second helping and the final two of The Adorable Louis Wain Kittens. 

Let’s start with ‘The Victor’ …

The Victor I

… a somewhat battered and bruised happy chappy … much admired …

The Victor II

… as you can see. The inspiration for this card cam from some catty playtime, climbing up the neighbour’s willow tree. I also wanted to give the card a look of adventure and exploration of unchartered territories. That’s why I chose to make a lever card following Laura Lippe’s tutorial, but I changed the dimensions to suit me.

The Victor III

And now to The Vanquished ….

The Vanquished

… the one who got beaten by the elements and is lost at sea. The shadow box card style gives it the air of a picture frame on the mantle piece. Click here for the shadow box card tutorial. I wrote the instructions myself adding lots of pictures, which would have been too much for this post.

Hope you enjoyed the catty journey, back next week with some more catty adventures … in the meantime feel free to pop by the Nicecrane Designs Blog for more inspiration.

Have a great day and

Happy Crafting!!! 🙂

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8 thoughts on “Victor and Vanquished

  1. Wowww,,, Monika,,,,,,It is first time I am watching a Lever Card, love your funny card,,,,,and the colors,,,,,,,I was curious and sure,,,I was to takea look to the tutorial,,,,,hahahaha….
    And Your Shadow Card is so cute, so elegant,,,,so funny,,,,,,,love the sea effect,,,,,,it remember me these big boats,,,,,,,,,,,,,wow,wwwwwwwowww You are Rock Monika….

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