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It's HERE! It's the very first day of Sneaky Peek Week and I am SO excited to bring you the very first peek at our May Release available on May 21. We are kicking off the week, by bringing you our favorite Long Eared Bunny, kicking it!
We had our very first day of Summer-like weather here in San Francisco, and it must be because this little bunny wants his beach time.
Susan Liles multi-tasks with this darling card! What a great way to showcase this stamp set AND do the KISS TCP Tuesday Challenge. I'm in love with the coloring of the bunny on Kraft! Brilliant!
And speaking of darling cards, how about this one from Nancy Thomas? It's the start of tanning season and this sweet bunny is starting it off right! With a cocktail, sitting at the beach. I hope he remembers his SPF 30.
Wendy McGaffey has the right idea with her card! The bunny AND his umbrella are perfect for paper piecing and coloring up, or down.
When you finish at their blogs, head on over to our Forum on Splitcoaststampers and leave a comment on our "In It To Win It!" Thread. You could win the "Life's A Beach" stamp set just by leaving a comment.
Are you playing along with our TCP Tuesday Challenge? It's a KISS Challenge this month.
Happy Wednesday! It's Day Two of Sneaky Peek Week and someone has been waiting a long time to say "Hello"! Or "Meow" as the case may be. Sprinkle is back and she is searching for love! Hope you have some to give. She is part of NEW stamp set, "What's Mew" and it's part of our May Release available on May 21. Now onto the cards.
Wendy McGaffey created this fantabulous card, stamping the bush over and over to get this lush effect. And, Sprinkle, the centerpiece.
Swanky Stamper Cindy Major gives us a bit of jungle love with this fun card. And not only do I see a Puddity Tat, but I spy a couple of our new CutUps Dies. Can you spot them?
Nancy Thomas stamps it like it is. With four different sentiments to choose from, this is a great "just because" set to paper piece and color.
Oh Boy, it's Wednesday! It's Day Three of Sneaky Peek Week and the Bunny is going on a road trip! To the beach, or camping, the Bunny is a-traveling! This sweet bunny is part of NEW stamp set, "Travelin' Man" and it's part of our May Release available on May 21. The big, bold, open spaces in this stamp make it so fun to paper piece or color.
Nancy Thomas rolls out another cutie! Her card is fresh and fun and the coloring is so pretty!
Noelle McAdams is on her way with this darling card! She paper pieces AND colors! I'm loving this card. She is also peeking one of our new CutUps, Talk to Me. It contains 6 dies, the arrow, thought balloon, speech balloon and more. You can use them by themselves or with the NEW set that we will be Sneaky Peeking later this week.
Lori Tecler trips the light fantastic with this sweet card. She combines "Travelin' Man" and the Talk to Me CutUps and our Grass CutUps to create this great scenic card.
Want to see more of "Travelin' Man"? Then head on over to Wendy McGaffey, and Swanky Stampers, Emma Hubert, Cindy Major and see what they have done with "Travelin' Man." You won't be disappointed
When you finish at their blogs, head on over and leave a comment on our "In It To Win It!" Thread. You could win the "Travelin' Man" stamp set just by leaving a comment.
The Penguins are Baack! Did you have doubts? These little guys are part of a set that contains these guys and four different sentiments. You can stamp them alone or together.
And, the beauty of this NEW stamp set is that there isn't much to color or paper piece, for those of us who like to stamp and go. "Reel Experts" is part of our May Release available on May 21.
Now onto the cards
Remember what I said about stamping and going? Julie Masse is the master of clean and simple cards, and this one shows it off to perfection. Just a bit of paper tape, a dash of color and a bit of bling, and BAM. Instant, pretty card.
Wendy McGaffey does a bit of fussy cutting in this card. And the simple shapes of the penguins makes it easy. A little arrow from our New "Talk to Me" CutUps adds to the charm of this card
Nancy Thomas uses just two of the three Penguins for her card. The penguins look like they are having so much fun playing hooky and going to catch their dinner.
When you finish at their blogs, head on over and leave a comment on our "In It To Win It!" Thread. You could win the "Reel Experts" stamp set just by leaving a comment.
Guess who is shooting for the stars? That's right, the long-eared bunny is back and taking a little ride on a rocket! He's perfect for people who know no bounds. AND, he is wonderful for celebrating the Fourth of July or Canada Day! Who knows what else he is good for.
He is part of a Stamp set with four different sentiments, "Aim High. "Aim High" is part of our May Release available on May 21.
Cat Packer Extraordinaire, Susan Liles, a while back asked for a series of small sentiments to use on Scrapbook pages and cards. So when another Cat Packer, Tracy Falco, (who is also pretty darn extraordinary herself, suggested word balloons for dies, I knew that the two were a match made in heaven.
So today, we are showcasing "Small Sayings". "Small Sayings" is part of our May Release available on May 21. You can use "Small Sayings" stamped by itself or with the "Talk to Me" CutUps. And like all of our dies, you can also use the dies with the stamps, or by themselves.
Now onto the cards.
Here is Susan Liles' uber trendy card. Not only is she using the "Small Sentiments" set, and "Talk to Me" CutUps, but also the third CutUps in our May Release, "Glasses". Remember the saying "Boys don't make passes at girls that wear glasses"? Well, I am glad to say that glasses are a serious fashion accessory now. This CutUps was fashioned after my very own pair of frosty pink glasses that I wore in the third to fifth grade.
Noelle McAdams has a great idea to make a simple, yet stunning Birthday card. LOVING all the bits of shinies! They really make the starburst from the "Small Sayings" set, and "Talk to Me" CutUps, sing! Can you say that five times fast?
And, speaking of stunning, how about this card by Cindy Major? She had paper that she had that made the perfect background and then created this little patch work cutie.
Want to see more? Check out Swanky Stamper, Emma Hubert! This card is what I was thinking of when I created this stamp set. And, also Julie Masse. She makes stamps from the "Talk to Me" CutUps dies and then spatters the ink she used on the card for a really bright and cheery card. So awesome!
When you finish at their blogs, head on over and leave a comment on our "In It To Win It!" Thread. You could win the "Small Sayings" stamp set just by leaving a comment.