New Stampin’ Up! Cat Punch

Although I am not a cat lover or a Halloween card maker, I love the new Stamping’ Up! Cat Punch that is in the 2017 Holiday Catalog.  I just think it is very cute and as long as it doesn’t cross my path, I will be ok.

When I was in high school a friend and I were going to visit my grandparents in Vermont. They used to live in Manchester Depot which is near Bromley, Magic Mountain and Stratton ski resorts and we loved to ski.  We left super early one morning and on my way to pick up my friend a black cat crossed my path.  I was not (and am still not) a very superstitious person but later that day I hit black ice and totaled my parents car.  It makes you wonder but I think I’ll be ok with this punch.

This punch has a matching stamp set called Spooky Cat and you can save 10% by purchasing them in a Bundle.  You can use them for Halloween or not.  Cats are year round animals!  The sentiment is from Dragonfly Dreams and the background was made using the Brick Embossing Folder.


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4 thoughts on “New Stampin’ Up! Cat Punch

  1. So cute. How clever to put the cat in the window! I keep forgetting about that die. Love the extras, too – the flower box and brick wall. I know it was a while ago, but Hope you weren’t hurt in the wreck. Black ice is scary and sneaky.

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  2. Nah – black cats (all cats) are good! I used to own a black cat, and he was wonderful! 🙂 (my brother was hit by a car on a Friday the 13th when we were kids, though….he suffered a concussion, and was in a coma for a few days. He came out alright though!) Cats do love their window perches 🙂

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