Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The Cat's Pajama Stamps and Blog Hop - TCPTUES338



It's time for the new release of The Cat's Pajama Stamps and a new TCPTUES338 - How does your garden grow? AND to add to that fun, it's the TCP Blog Hop! If you arrived from the talented Brenda's blog, then you are in the right place. There is so much fun with this release and one that will surely please most everyone.  Flowers, gnomes, and sentiments oh my!


The Cat Pack has been busy creating some fabulous projects highlighting these awesome sets.  I shared with you all yesterday the wonderful Big Blooms set and today I am sharing with you a card made with What's Up Gnomies?



I wanted to create a window type card with some acetate to have the flower peek through as the rest of the scene was on the outside.  Using some fun patterned paper from Doodlebug & Co, I made the cover with the acetate between the cardstock base and the patterned paper.  I stamped and colored the images with Copics before fussy cutting them out to be popped up on the front.  I stamped the flower on a white panel to be colored in and some clear Smooches glitter pen added to the petals.


I finished the card with some rhinestones as the "water" falling from the can and the sentiment partially stamped on the outside and the remainder on the inside.

Now - ARE YOU IN IT TO WIN IT? 


All you have to do is leave a comment and a random winner will be chosen to win a $10 Gift Certificate to the TCP Store. The winner will be posted on the TCP Blog.  Now be sure to hop on over to my other awesome team mate Nancy's blog for some more wonderful and talented inspiration.

Thanks for popping in and hope you have a great day!

7 comments:

  1. Love your use of the acetate... very clever and a super cute card!

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  2. Adorable, Deborah! Love your coloring! Miss you 😘

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  3. Too cute! Love the watering can and that fun gnome! Great card with the acetate window!

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  4. Fun card. Love how you split up the sentiment and made the silvery water drops.

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  5. that’s fun to have the acetate as a peek through Deborah! Such a cute design!

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  6. LOVE the coloring on this card. And so clever using acetate.

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