Friday, July 31, 2015

SugarPea Designs July Sweet Peek-Day 5

A Note of Thanks card-designed by Lori Tecler/Inking Aloud-stamps and dies from SugarPea Designs


Today is the big day!  It's the final day of Sweet Peek Week at SugarPea Designs and all of the stamps and dies we've been showing off this week will be available in the SPD store tonight!  Today's final peek is of the Take Note stamp set.  This set is the Sweet Incentive stamp set for this release and is available for free with a $60 purchase.

For my card featuring this sweet set, I colored the little girl image with Copic markers, then cut out the colored image using the new SugarCuts-Notebook Journal Card dies.  I love the perforated strip and spiral notebook style edge on the set's big die!  The image panel was adhered to a light blue card base over a piece of feminine floral patterned paper.  I stamped the set's "a note of thanks" sentiment on a narrow light blue cardstock strip, then adhered it near the bottom of the patterned paper panel.  The image panel was accented with a tiny paper clip, die cut with another die from the Notebook Journal Card dies.  I used a sturdy, shiny silver paper to make it look more real.  It's dressed up with a piece of knotted red grosgrain ribbon.

We would love to hear your thoughts on the products introduced today!! Please leave a comment on this post and on each of the talented SugarPea Designers shown below and you could WIN! We will chose one lucky person to WIN the Take Note stamp set from the comments left here and on the DT Blogs! All winners during our July Product Release will be announced on Monday, August 3rd. Our entire July Release will be available in the SugarPea Designs Store at 6:00 PM EST TODAY!! Please click here to shop – and if you are lucky enough to win a set you’ve already purchased, you may choose another stamp set of the same value!







Materials Used:
Take Note stamp set, SugarCuts-Notebook Journal Card dies (SugarPea Designs); Memento Tuxedo Black ink (IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko); markers (Copic); Real Red, Bashful Blue, Blue Bayou, and So Saffron cardstock, red grosgrain ribbon (Stampin' Up!); Sterling Silver cardstock (Clear and Simple Stamps); Playdate 6x6 paper pad (My Mind's Eye); circle punch (EK Success)

26 comments:

  1. Every release I have a favorite. Today's is mine. The dies and stamp are perfect for so many projects.

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  2. Wonderful--I like the card design and the cute paper clip.

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  3. This is really cute Lori. I love the little paper clip added to the top.

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  4. Cute card! Love the colors ♥

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  5. So cute !! They would be perfect for teacher appreciation

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  6. I really like the design of your card and the primary colors that stand right out! She's so cute!!

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  7. sweet image with a great choice of colours.

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  8. The coloring is great.
    Love the background
    thanks for sharing.

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  9. AWE your card is very Sweet looking!!!!

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  10. So darling! Great color combo!

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  11. So cute!! I just love the new die set, that little paper clip is adorable!!

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  12. She's just SO stinkin' cute!

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  13. she's so adorable and I love the papers and colors you selected.

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  14. I love the softer primary colors, so cute!

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  15. Beautiful coloring as always, and pick me! I love her!

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  16. This is so sweet. Beautiful work.

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  17. Such a cutie! Love her earnestness in writing. So much like my niece.

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  18. This is a TERRIFIC card - love the way the card was styled and designed!! Super awesome with the extra touches you added!!

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  19. Oh, how sweet! I love that bright red floral paper against the soft pool blue and that little girl image is beyond adorable!

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  20. In just 15 minutes I can buy this fantastic die set ... I can't wait!! Such a sweet card. It totally sold me on this purchase!

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