Monday, February 1, 2021

The Cat's Pajamas February TCP Tuesday Challenge (#376)


The February TCP Tuesday challenge is to use patterned paper on a project. Use a little, use a lot, either way is fine. TCP products are not required but encouraged. You have until the end of the month to submit a project and there is a $50 gift voucher up for grabs.



I decorated three small treat boxes for Easter gifts for my Discipleship Essentials quad. The treat boxes are premade ones I purchased from Amazon here. I I cut the lambs from the new Lamb/Bunny/Chick CutUps from white and black cardstock and patterned paper for the faces, then assembled. I chose the lamb to represent the Lamb of God. I added Easter whimsy by cutting grass using a die from the Grassy Patches CutUps on three sides and "hid" Easter eggs cut from cardstock and patterned paper using dies from the Easter Basket CutUpsI cut a square of pattered paper for the back sides and tops using a die from the Stitched Squares & More set. The lambs were attached to the fronts of each box. A sentiment banner tied with either ribbon or twine was tied at the top of each box along with a cross charm. The sentiment came from the cute and quirky Follow the Bunny set. 

Products: The Cat's Pajamas Stamps and Dies, Hobby Lobby, Doodlebug and Echo Park dp, PTI and RC cs, Hemptique twine, May Arts ribbon




Here are the details for the TCP Challenge:

  • Each month a new challenge will be posted on The Cat’s Pajamas blog and our Facebook page.
  • If you want to play along you just upload your design to The Cat’s Pajamas blog page using the InLinkz button provided.
  • You are not required to use a Cat’s Pajamas stamp or die but if you have them we would love to see them.
  • On the day of the next challenge the winner will be chosen from the previous challenge and will receive a Cat Cash Voucher for $50.
My prayers that all is well for you. If you need specific prayers, let me know and I will add you to my prayer list.

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