Thursday, February 16, 2012

LOAD - 14 & 15

template: K. Pertiet "Another Year Older"

Papers: "Daja Kit" by Laura'sKathi

Already put this photo in Jay's birthday mini album, but wanted a layout for my Library of Memories "Us" album.  I have so few layouts about Jay in there!

template: Jessica Sprague

papers & elements: "Birds of a Feather" kit from retrodiva designs (slightly recolored to match the photo).

This is an old photo (2003) that I came across while working on cleaning up my digi photo library. Nearly 9 years later, nothing has changed between these two and this photo was perfect to illustrate their weird kitty relationship!  I think their expressions say it all!

11 comments:

Sian said...

Wow, nine years is a pretty long time for a relationship - in cat years!

MonicaB said...

Wonderful pages! I love the heart paper, the colors are great.

Karen said...

More great layouts! I especially love the colors and patterns in the birthday layout.

Maya said...

Love your pages, Cheri! Beautiful girls and beautiful kitties! :)

scrappyjacky said...

Such a lovely family photo,Cheri.

Amy said...

The photo of the cats is priceless! It's funny how their personalities show through this way.

quiltingfool said...

I'm loving all these new layouts. Your journalling on Ashley & Kira's photo is perfect. At least they will share the same space for awhile. Kittie's are inscrutable, aren't they?

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

You are just going to town on the digi, girl! Love these layouts and that's just too funny about your cats. The photo says it all too.

Karen said...

Love both the layouts but those are really cute kitties.

Paper Pile Kitten said...

LOL! I have two cat sisters, too! They are 10 years old, and they certainly have issues. One of them is the "top cat" from the litter and the other one is the poorest little weakling. That was something we didn't discover until after we got them from the local cat shelter. Interestingly enough, sometimes those roles are reversed. It turns out that the cool and tough cat can be quite nervous and afraid sometimes, while the weakling toughens up and is furiously cranking her sharp little paw at her sister quite fiercely until big sister flees in panic to hide behind the humans. :D Cats know how to power play, indeed.

Ginger said...

I LOVE this photo! Cats are truly entertaining to watch - mine are definitely not related, but boy do they go at it sometimes, add the dog to the mix and poor Sophie usually never has a chance. Your cats are beautiful :)