Friday, March 21, 2014

Sneaky Peek--Besties

Sneaky peek week continues today at The Cat's Pajamas with a look at the new Besties stamp set.  This is just one of seven (yes, seven!) brand new stamp sets and three new sets of dies that will be available on Tuesday, March 25

No Road Is too Long-designed by Lori Tecler-Inking Aloud-stamps from The Cat's Pajamas
The signature TCP penguins make an appearance in this perfect for spring stamp set. I stamped them in Versafine Black ink—my favorite for the penguins and for Sprinkle, too—then colored the image with Copic markers.

The penguins are adhered to a multicolored dotted patterned paper panel on top of a fishtail flag strip cut with the new Cut Ups All Framed Up 2 die. I accented the strip with a matching red button tied with some of TCP’s cream linen thread. The set’s “no road is too long if the company is good” sentiment was stamped at the top of the patterned paper panel. I edged the panel with golden yellow cardstock, then machine stitched along the top and bottom edges. The finished panel was adhered to a blue card base.

For more peeks of the new Besties set and the newest CutUps dies, check out my fellow Cat Pack members here:


And, be sure to stop by and leave a comment on the In it to Win It thread in the TCP member company forum on SCS. You can chat with Cat Pack members and other TCP fans about the upcoming release and your favorite TCP characters. One lucky commenter will be selected each day to win one of the new releases before you can buy it.

We’d also like to invite you to join us for our release night Pajama Party on Monday, March 24 at 8 PM EST in the TCP member company forum. We’ll have games, giveaways, and even more sneaky peeks of the new sets. Hope to see you there!

Materials Used: 
Besties stamp set, CutUps All Framed Up 2 die, cream linen thread (The Cat’s Pajamas); Versafine Onyx Black ink (Tsukineko); markers (Copic); Daffodil Delight and Real Red cardstock (Stampin’ Up!); Lake House cardstock (WPlus9) white cardstock (Taylored Expressions); Quite Contrary Jack and Jill “Life Is Good” Serene Spots designer paper (Echo Park); red button (Michaels); sewing machine 

1 comment:

  1. Ooooo RED bike!!! Too FUN!!! I love your bright and cheerful card! It's loads of fun and full of fabulousity!!! Thanks for another amazing sneak peek, Lori! Your creations all week have been so enjoyable to see and have inspired me as well! Hugs and Happy Friday!! :)


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