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It's the very first day of Sneaky Peek Week. That means that a week from now is the first day you can get all the goodies in this collection on The Cat's Pajamas website.
So let's begin! The first stamp set on the agenda is "Admit One". When Jen del Muro first approached me with the idea for this ticket die and stamp set, she said to make it big. So I did. This set has 28, yes, 28 stamps in the set. We think that's a pretty good deal. And it works perfectly with the Big Ticket CutUps die. There are so many ways to use this set and die... well, let me stop talking, and get you looking.
Just check out this sweet creation by Amy Rohl. She mixes and matches our Babydoll and Nightie Alphabets with "Admit One" and stamps up some wonderful goodness on the Big Ticket CutUps Die. Sweet! And do I spy a couple more of our NEW CutUps, as well?....Hmm. Can you spot them?
I can tell Mistress of Moderation Julie Masse had a lot of fun creating this invitation and matching goodie bags. I love that you can get really detailed or stay simple, and still create a wonderful looking piece. Did I mention that the Big Ticket CutUps Die is perforated at the ends of the ticket? It's a cool way to get texture in your designs.
Now take a gander at this card by Susan Liles. Love, love, LOVE that she chose papers and inks that totally changed
the look of this set. She took the Big Ticket CutUps die and cut thorough chipboard to create a wonderful embellishment.
Can I also mention, in case you missed it buried in my marathon post, that the card I made to match my treat bags was made using TCP's Big Pinking CutUps die (it's not dp)!! Just goes to show you how versatile and useful these CutUps are!!
It's the second day of Sneaky Peek Week! I love Sneaky Peek Week because after weeks of keeping my mouth shut about everything that's new, I finally get to show you why I'm so excited and all the great creations The Cat Pack have designed. There are 5 more days of Sneaky Peeks before the New Stamp Sets and Dies are available on The Cat's Pajamas website.
Take this cute card by Jenny Peterson. I love that she made the bear's paws dimensional and the ribbon hanging outside of the box. And while you are at it, check the bow. ADORABLE!
Now look at this cute card by Lori Tecler. The same stamp set and sentiment, but a whole different feeling. I love how this set can go from every day, to birthdays and then the Holidays.
Not only is this set perfect for paper piecing, but coloring, too! Julie Masse's CAS card really shows this off to perfection, as well as one of our New CutUps Dies, Circus Panels. You get 3 nesting dies in the Circus Panels CutUps, but what I love about them is that you can snap them apart and place them anywhere on the page to cut little windows for sentiments or anything you want. The possibilities.....well, you get the picture.
If you want to see the complete set, head on over to my blog.
Then head on over to our In It To Win It thread in this forum. You could win the "Bearing Presents" stamp set or any of the other stamp set we are previewing this week. Winners are announced each day on the Sneaky Peek threads.
It's Day #3 of Sneaky Peek Week and we are so excited to be showing this next set featuring PJ the Bear. We give PJ a couple of options in this set to decide what he wants to be. A Magician, a Ringmaster, or an Animal Trainer. Whatever you decide he should be, he is impeccably dressed, right down to his cheeky mustache.
Love the colors and textures of this card by Nancy Thomas. She mixes a couple of our New CutUps Dies with some of our old favorites. Can you spot the fourth CutUps of this release in this happy card?
Well, how about this sweet altered Bingo card by Amy Rohl? The gal can really paper piece. Did you guess the fourth CutUps? It's the Big Top, and I just love it. The cut lines of the tent, make it easy to paper piece to your heart's content. And you can see all three of the Circus Panels CutUps together. LOVE!
And how about one more sweet treat? This little treat bag holds the perfect treat. And what better topper than this one by Leigh O'Brien? So very cute and wonderfully colored. YUM!
To see the complete set, "Step Right Up" to my blog.
Then head on over to our In It To Win It thread in this forum. You could win the "Step Right Up" stamp set or any of the other stamp set we are previewing this week. Winners are announced each day on the Sneaky Peek threads.
It's Day #4 of Sneaky Peek Week and we couldn't let another day go by without showing off one of these darling bunnies. The entire collection, will be available on our website on October 11. Can't wait until then? The complete collection could be at your LSS this weekend. Check my blog for more deets.
We call this Clear Stamp Set, "Oh Chute". And for very good reason. What I love about this bunny is that, if you are a little lazy, like moi, you can keep him white. And then just add a color here and there for the shading.
If you are more industrious, like Carole Burrage, you can color the sweet bunny any color you want. And do whatever you wish to the parachute. Sky's the limit, dontcha know? Pun intended.
Like this arty card by Nancy Thomas. She colored the bunny and even gave him a blue nose and a fluffy tail. The stamp set not only comes with the bunny, but also that sweet little ribbon banner and several sayings that you can use as is, or bend them to stamp inside the banner. The flexibility of our clear stamps makes it possible to bend the sayings to fit almost any curve.
And if you want whimsical, this set can do whimsical. Lori Tecler made my jaw drop with this card. Not only is her bunny colored well, but the dimension in this card makes it extra special. See that little bit of the Circus Border peeking out from behind the sentiment? Sweet!
And I love the design of the card. The design is this week's sketch at Card Positioning Systems, one of the premiere sketch sites on the web. This week, The Cat's Pajamas is the sponsor, so if you post a card to their site using the sketch on Card Positioning Systems, you are eligible for a $25 Shopping Spree!
Then head on over to our In It To Win It thread in our forum at SplitcoastStampers. You could win the "Oh Chute" stamp set or any of the other stamp set we are previewing this week. Winners of the sets are announced each day on each of the Sneaky Peek threads.