Caturday Art

Last year Mommy and Daddy went kayaking on the Escatawpa river. Afterwards they stopped by Eldest Boy Beans house and they learned that Grant was going to arrive in February.  Mommy made this scrapbook page to remember the day.

CK mentioned that Mommy should hide a cat in her scrapbook pages. We didn't manage to get her to do it in this one but we wonder if you can find the one insect other than the butterflies. For that matter do you know how many butterflies Mommy crammed on the page? She made it for the Mother's Day Challenge.

Next we colored some pages and we are pleased that one of them is a CAT.


Well they certainly don't look happy, come on guys turn those frowns upside down.



MOL, Mommy colored this page for Scylla (see Worn Out Wednesday post).

~ATCAD






10 comments:

Meezer's Mews & Terrieristical Woofs said...

Ha! The Princess and the Pea! I discuss that tale often with some of my residents...they seem to feel every bum and wrinkle in their bedding and clothes.

I counted 7 or 8 butterflies and one bumble bee! Those guys are busy buzzing around here in all the flowers!

Pretty scrap pages:)

Summer said...

Nice art... and I found the extra bug in the butterfly one!

Roby Sweet said...

Nice art! I found six butterflies and one bumble bee. Our Paisley could relate to your Princess & the Pea art. She likes to sleep on pillows too! :)

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Beautiful art, I counted 6 butterflies and I did see the other insect :)

Crafty Garden Gal (find me at PlayingInCatnip.com or HomeGardenDiggers.com) said...

That is some beautiful art. I found a bee in addition to all the butterflies. Happy Caturday!
Yael from PlayingInCatnip.com

Hailey and Zaphod and their Lady said...

What a special day to remember!

Madi and Mom said...

Each artsy photo needs to be hung in a gallery. Very very pretty
hugs madi and mom

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

Lovely art. I saw 6 butterflies and a bee.

Cathy Keisha said...

Six butterflies and a bee but no partridge in a pear tree.

Marie Symeou said...

Love those, especially the last!