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Tuesday 1-8-13 Freebie Challenge -- Beautiful Dreamers


Tuesday 1-8-13 Freebie Challenge -- Beautiful Dreamers

These are two of my kitties, TJ and Maggie. TJ is the b&w tuxedo cat and Maggie is the all black cat. They usually sleep together and I couldn't resist taking this photo of the two of them. They looked so cute.


Supplies Used:
JZI Beautiful Dreamer Collection -- Paper-Gradient, Frame recolored using PSE11 Styles Purple Tone, Ornaments, Butterflies
JRE 12th of Never Collection -- Freebie Special
Lyrics to Beautiful Dreamer written by Stephen Foster (1826-1864). It was published posthumously in March 1864 by Wm. A. Pond & Co. of New York.



    I just adore kitties! I think I had up to 7 in Florida that lived on our screened patio. They are so curious especially when I brought the Live Maine lobster home and put them on the floor. (Rubber bands still on lobster's claws, of course.) Cats played with it for a while before walking away bored with it! :) Love your LO--they have the right idea--nice warm nap! Love the blue ribbon under the pic!
    I do always enjoy your adorable additions to your feline folio--TJ and Maggie are truly beautiful dreamers. I wonder what was going through their sleepy little kitty brains. Might TJ have been dreaming that SOMEONE needs to learn to not hog the bed??? I ask because it seems to be a recurrent theme with my girls.
    I have that song in my head now Carol. Pretty page.
    They are so sweet together napping! Great photo and I think your song describes your photo beautifully! Great layout of your sweet furbabies!
    Perfect song for your photo. Those two look so comfortable and I love how you framed and scrapped them.
    They are in kitty cat la la land...chasing butterflies and eating food, all the fun things kitties want to do. So very cute Carol!
    What sweeties!!! This song was exactly the inspiration for this collection. Thanks for using it, here!! :)
    Such a cute photo and you have scrapped it beautifully. Love your kitty layouts.
    Love that song. My grandma would hmmmm it all the time.