Welcome to the first day of The Cat's Pajamas sneak peeks! Over the next seven days The Cat Pack along with some very special guest designers will be showcasing seven new stamp sets and seven new CutUps. It's going to be a full week so let's get it started with the new Big Cups set.
Today is also the first day of the TCP Tuesday challenge to include a beverage on your project. See the full details on The Cat's Pajamas blog, The challenge runs for two weeks and The Cat’s Pajamas products are not required although we do love it when you use our stamps and dies.
I first cut the cup base twice from white and yellow cardstock using the Cups CutUps and then cut the decorative portion from the yellow top layer. I glued the two layers together and set aside. Using the Misti to assist, I stamped the image and sentiment from the new Big Cups set stamped onto a plain white cardstock rectangle. I then carefully placed the cup piece underneath the dog and and stamped again so the ear portion would appear to flop over the cup rim. I colored up the few places needed with Copic markers and then glued the die cut cup underneath Poochie. I attached the image piece to the prepared card front. and added a scattering of black and yellow enamel dots for a clean and simple card.
Products: The Cat's Pajamas stamps and dies, Kaisercraft dp, PTI cs, Doodlebug enamel dots, MFT ink, Copic Markers
Copics: Cup-Y11, Y13, Y15, Y35, E25, E27; Dog-R11, R20
Here are some details you need to know:
1. All the new stamps and dies will be released on Tuesday, October 18th.
2. Are you IN IT TO WIN IT? For a chance to win a $10 gift certificate to The Cat's Pajamas store, leave a comment on each of the sneak peek posts, including The Cat's Pajamas blog. A winner will be randomly drawn and will be announced on the TCP Facebook Page the following day.
3. Save the date for the Pajama Party on Monday, October 17 from 8-10pm EDT.
Here are the other Cat Pack participants today: Brenda, Wendy, Christine, Julie, Deborah, Jessie, Anita Madden-Guest Designer
And here are the new products I used: