Be Feline Fine With This Cat Scrapbook Layout

Cats. Kitties. Kitty-cats. Feline friends. No matter what you call your fur child, many have a best friend and companion in a cat. Deemed as more low maintenance and having the occasional mischievous bout (knocking items over a counter, anyone?), cats rule… and dogs drool? Well, regardless of where you stand on the cat versus dog debate, we’re purring with excitement over this cat scrapbook layout from blog contributor Sachiyo Omitsu! 

Cat-themed scrapbook layout idea.

To create this layout you will need:

Step 1: Use the hearts paper as the base of this layout. Cut a piece of grid paper to measure 11-3/4” x 11-3/4” and add to the base.

Step 2: Cut the following segments for the cat.

  • Face:
    • Use the outside of the smaller heart Gemstone Custom Cutting System Pattern and the Red Blade to cut a heart shape from Beige Solid Cardstock. Trim the top of the heart shape by 1/2” as shown. Cut the bottom to measure 3” height. Trim to round the corners.
  • Ears:
    • Use the outside of the small heart Gemstone Custom Cutting System Pattern and the Red Blade to cut a piece of heart from Beige Solid Cardstock and Soft Pink Solid Cardstock. Cut both heart shapes in half. Add the pink piece slightly offset from the beige one to make it look like ears.
  • Eyes:
    • Use the Piece by Piece Mini Trio Punch to punch two larger circles from Black Solid Cardstock and two smaller circles from White Solid Cardstock.
  • Nose:
    • Use the Piece by Piece MiniTrio Punch to punch a heart shape from Soft Pink Solid Cardstock.
  • Whiskers:
    • Cut a narrow strip from Black Solid Cardstock.
  • Hands:
    • Use the inside of the small heart Gemstone Custom Cutting System Pattern with the Blue Blade to cut two egg-like shapes from Beige Solid Cardstock. Draw claws with the Dual-Tip Black Pen.

Step 3: Assemble the cat as shown. Trim off the excess as you go.

Step 4: Cut a piece of the cat word art paper to measure 11-3/4” x 1-1/4” and add to the

Step 5: Cut a piece of the “meow” paper to measure 11-1/2” x 6-1/2”. Cut three mats to measure 3-3/4” x 6-1/4” from White Solid Cardstock and add to the “meow” piece. Add to the page.

Step 6: Use the Paw Punch to punch three paws from Beige Solid Cardstock and three paws from Hot Fudge Solid Cardstock. Adhere the beige paw to the hot fudge one, so that it looks like the hot fudge is a slight shadow.

Step 7: Adhere the cat, paws, stickers and embellishments, using Foam Squares on some for added

Do you have a pet cats or multiple cats? Would you make Sachiyo’s cat scrapbook layout to pay homage to your furry friend?

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5 thoughts on “Be Feline Fine With This Cat Scrapbook Layout

  1. You could personalize the page by creating the cat out of color cardstock that is similar or reminds you of cat you’re highlighting. I had a variety of cats in childhood and some paper color designs I might look for in paper stash: white and black like a ? cow pattern, small tiny print paper with orange and white for cat we named Orange Marmalade Cookie, a multicolor tiny print paper with browns, whites, and black for 2 cats we had with those colors… Maybe if you had a cat that had a wild streak, could find/use paper that reminds you of Wild Cat Cousins.
    Love the page idea as reminds me of cats hanging out in boxes and bags.

  2. The extraordinary characters of your pets are obvious proof. On the off chance that it isn’t a problem, if it’s not too much trouble, keep us refreshed on your sites so we can get back to see what’s the deal with your blog. Their appeal and agreeableness astound me.

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