28 März 2017

Oh no, I gained weight!!!

Hello furiends

How are you doing on this pawesome day? My human furiend is at work and I am a bit bored and so I checked my weight and boooooah, furiends!!! I gained weight!
I am really heavy now! My human furiends always tell me that I've developed a bit of a tummy!
This is not nice but now that I've seen my weight I have to admit that they are right! This is paweful! I think I just need some extra play hours with my human furiend and the tummy will vanish!

Here's a little make of my human furiend. She made it whilst watching TV series on her phone. She should not do this she says. She gets distracted and then her cards don't turn out as she wants them to.
Okay, I will check out what I can do until she comes home from work.


5 Kommentare:

Gina's Cards hat gesagt…

Hi Elly & Ally, Oh no you've gained weight Elly, wait until you get to be as old as me then you only have to look at food and you gain weight! Your card is beautiful Ally! I love the flowers and wonderful die cuts. Thank you for sharing your card with us at LHOSM, good luck and I hope you will join us again. Also thank you so much for entering the DT call.
Gina xx

Lisa hat gesagt…

I think you look beautiful, Elly, extra weight and all :) And Ally's card is stunning!! The layers are amazing!! I love the flowers and leaves and the sweet image!! Every detail is fabulous!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

A Mermaid's Crafts

Fikreta hat gesagt…

your are so cute cat!
you look beautiful!
and card is so gorgeous!

Plony hat gesagt…

No idea what your human furiend would love to see in stead of this gorgeous card but....can you tell her I loveeeeeee this. I love the colors....the flowers.....everything about it.
Tell her we thank her for joining our challenge at LHOSM and that I have my fingers crossed for the DT-call.
xxx Plony....and kisses for you Elly

Loose Stitches hat gesagt…

You're too cute to worry about extra weight Elly! Gorgeous card, Ally, I love all the wonderful details!
Hugs, Sherry x
Loose Stitches and Unraveled Threads