Hello all! I am a guest designer over at September Ninth today. Yea yea....I actually made something. I'm not even going to say "I'm back" because I don't know about that yet. Anyway, for today's project I used a cut file that Ruthie created from a coloring book page.
Hello Kitty is quite the popular cat these days. Actually, now that I think about it that cute white cat was popular back when I was a teen...all those years ago. Now my pre-teen daughter and her friends swoon over it just like I did in the 90s. I just hinted at my age there. Did you catch that?
Lately my daughter has been reading a lot. She has nothing else to do while she sits and mourns the loss of her electronic use privileges. Oh these pre-teen years!! Since she is reading a ton and probably lost the other bookmarks I made her I decided to use this awesome Hello Kitty file to make her a new bookmark. Here it is....
It was super easy to make. I welded the Hello Kitty main body to a rectangle in MTC and sized all the parts at the same time to keep the measurements equal. The bookmark is about 6" tall and 1.75" wide.
See the little kitty peeking out at you?
I have it on good word that Ruthie will be offering the Hello Kitty file for free. Head on over to her blog grab it!