She did laugh when she read this card.
Which goes to prove this stamp set is suitable for all ages.
It's called Giggle greetings and it's in the 2013/14 catalogue.
(It comes with three other humorous stamps. See below)
to make this card I stamped the cat on to vanilla card stock and again onto thin scrap paper. I cut the cat on the scrap paper applied some two way adhesive to the reverse of the scrap cat and allowed it to dry.
Once the glue was dry, I placed it over the cat I had stamped on the card to mask it .The purpose of this is to keep the cat clean when stamping the brick wall and sponging the grass area.
I inked up the brick wall stamp (which is one of the Cover a Card range of stamps) with creamy caramel ink ( a retired colour from SU) and stamped over the top half of the cat.
To do the grass, I used Pear Pizazz ink a sponge dauber and sponged in the grass area then over stamped it randomly with a small grass tuft stamp using Old Olive ink pad.
Once the wall and grass area were completed I removed the mask from the cat.
The bushes were created using a small foliage stamp which was stamped repeatedly until I was happy with the effect. I used a white gel pen and added some dots on the bushes to give the impression of flowers.