Saturday, April 17, 2021

15 Minute Thank You Card


We wanted to thank a neighbor for trapping 3 stray kitties for spay/neuter program. Someone had dropped off a female and, of course, it became pregnant in no time. She had 3 cats and they are now all "fixed," and cared for by our neighbor. It happened so fast, in our parking area, and I wanted to make a quick cat thank you card. Whew! It took less than 15 minutes but close enough. The inside is stamped and colored, too, but they were already here so I couldn't grab a picture of it. We am grateful to have a neighbor who has kindness and concern to control the cat population, as well as trying to socialize them. I hope it works out. Now to try and catch Mama cat before this happens again. She already knows what a trap is though.

Stamp: SU Pretty Kitty
Ink: Memento and Versafine
Crayola Crayons
Accent Cardstock
Enamel dots

I'm going to share with the 30 Day Coloring Challenge. Kathy encourages the coloring world to just jump right in. It is highly inspirational. 

It's CAS, square & fast!
Thank you for taking a look!


  1. Lovely way to say Thank You! Glad you neighbor stepped in. I love this set! I use it frequently.

  2. Awww so so cute!! I would adopt the kittens if I lived nearby!!

  3. What a sweet story. So comforting to know that the 3 Little Kittens (pun intended) are safe and well cared for. Your card is so stinkin' cute, and spot on with the occasion. So fun that you used crayons, I haven't colored with crayons in forever. Thanks for the inspiration, all the way around.

  4. Cute card! Your neighbor will be so thrilled to find happy mail in their box! What a nice thing they did, thanks for sharing the story!

  5. AWWW!!! How sweet and so is the story

  6. So cute! And, a wonderful way to tell your neighbor how grateful you are to him.

  7. What an adorable card! I love this stamp set and have used it several times. What a great neighbor! Good luck in catching the Mom as they are pretty smart!


Your kind comments really encourage me a TON! Mahalo nui loa!