Friday, March 29, 2019

Looking out the Window

Ever wonder what your animal is doing looking out the window?  If this were a dog I might think they were protecting the property or waiting for you to arrive back home.  But, since it is a cat, I think the reason is a bit more mysterious.  Maybe she is enjoying the view of the flowers through the stained glass and even moving her eyes somewhat to make the image change as the sunlight filters through the colored glass creating rainbow prisms as it streams through onto her ledge.  Maybe she is basking in the sunlight, embracing the warmth, as it lulls her into an afternoon nap.  Maybe she is contemplating the meaning of life.  And maybe, just maybe , she is waiting for that glimpse of you coming up the walk to know that she can then settle in for the the night knowing all is well with her world and her family is home.  Of course, she will never let you know that is what she is thinking.

What do you think she is thinking?

I used Stampin' Blends to color in the Graceful Glass Vellum to create a stained glass look and then put glue on the Silicone Craft Mat and applied it to the vellum with a sponge to get the great adhesiveness on the entire vellum piece without leaving ugly adhesive you can see through the vellum  Thanks Connie Stewart for this great tip and thanks Elizabeth for recommending that video to me.

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