Creating Meowgical Caticorn Cards

The fun thing about fantasy mythical images is that you can have sooo much fun creating anything with them because they give you permission to try things out & have fun with the images. The Meowgical Stamp is the perfect stamp set to do just that.

For my first card creation I had fun creating this background with an embossing folder & Distressed Oxide Inks watered down.

I created the fun label with the Cricut so that the Meowgical Caticorn could sit front & centre on it. I coloured the Caticorn with TriBlend™ Markers & Precious Metals Metallic Markers

With my next card I created this fun background of cut out clouds with my Cricut & used Distress Oxide Inks to create a rainbow of colour.

I added some Bright Bitty Beads to the some of the clouds with Liquid Glass to create a whimsical look & added the Build-a-Rainbow Thin Cuts to complete the look. I coloured in the Meowgical Caticorns with with TriBlend™ Markers & Precious Metals Metallic Markers to finish off the card.

Now when I created the above card I had some white daisy sitting under the cloud openings & basically used it like a stencil & I had the starts for this wonderful card.

I cut the background down with the inner part of the Slimline Shaker Window Thin Cuts & added some random toffee ink stars (they look like a dull gold in this colour) & added on my coloured in Meowgical Caticorns & filled up the spaces with some Wild Berry Loose Sequins & Rose Gold Liquid Pearls™ which made the card extra magical.

AND I also created another card with all the cut out clouds – love the fact that this one cloud background I created int he Cricut allowed me to make 3 different cards.

I used Capri Cardstock as my background & added Moon Dust Stickles™ Glitter Gel over the top of it. Instead of keeping the clouds white (I mean all things can go in Caticorn Land right?) I decided to colour them in with TriBlend™ Markers & soften the centres of them down with the Blender Marker & add some lines with the Precious Metals Metallic Markers. Seeing the clouds were coloured I did not do much colouring on my Meowgical Caticorns

I thought one of the Meowgical Caticorns would be fun to add as a cake topper!

I created my cake using the Happy Cake Day stamp set onto white daisy that had been cut from the inner part of the Slimline Shaker Window Thin Cuts. I decided I wanted to use some of the colour of the year Wild Berry Cardstock which allowed me to choose what to colour the cake & caticorn. I used the pattern black & white from the Sweet as Honey Paper Packet to tie it all together.

My next idea I created a rainbow of colour on Distress Watercolor Cardstock & added some Gilt Gloss Spray & Gold Shimmer Brush for some sparkle.

The rainbow of colour was sponged from various Distress Oxide Inks efore adding some water spritz to create the speckled look. I thought that the Meowgical Caticorn in the donut was a fun image to have at the end of the rainbow.

As you can see really the ideas of things you could try with the Meowgical stamp images is really endless options of fun creative ideas. Hopefully one of these will spark an idea for you to try out. I still have a shaker card that I want to complete & try out some ideas using Vellum with them.

Idea straight from the Catalogue

And just in case what I have created is not enough inspiration check out this Scrapbook Layout from the January–February 2022 Catalogue.

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I hope you liked my idea & it has inspired you to try it out for yourself. Until next time, see you soon & keep creating!


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