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New Craftroom addition 💚

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💛 Hi crafty friends. I hope you are all safe and healthy at home.  Today I am sharing this new addition to my craftroom…

Never thought I would be excited about a trash bin! 🗑 @lotsastyle_shop contacted me a few weeks ago and asked if they could send me this cute bin for my craftroom. It was so fun decorating it with my logo (created by my amazingly talented friend Davina @popsiclesticks). 💛

Now I have somewhere to put all my scraps when I’m making my cards instead of all over the floor 😆😆 

@lotsastyle_shop is offering 30% off if you use this promo code: 30CRAFTYBEE
You can shop here: http://bit.ly/2MryefO

Happy crafting my friends! Stay home and stay safe. 💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛

Crafty hugs,
Beata June 💚💚

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TCP March Release Blog Hop

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Hi crafty friends!  That's for hopping along with the Cat Pack as we celebrate release day over at The Cat's Pajamas!  You should have arrived from Brenda's blog

Today I'm sharing 3 cards I made featuring some of the new release goodies!
Still Life stamp and die bundle: To make this card I splattered gold acrylic paint onto a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" piece of dark blue cardstock, and added a stitched border around the blue cardstock panel.  Then I stamped the pretty flowers from the new Still Life stamp set, colored them with copic markers, cut them out using the coordinating die, and glued them onto the center of my blue cardstock panel.  Then I added with "with love" sentiment from the For Fox Sake stamp set.

Silly Numbers bundle; Let There Be Cake bundle: To make this 9th birthday card, I stamped the 9s from the Silly Numbers stamp set using light turquoise and pink ink on a 4"x5 1/4" piece of white cardstock and added a stitched border.  Then…

TCP Sneaky Peek - Get Your Sparkle On

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Hi crafty friends!  Today I'm sharing a sneak peek of the new Get Your Sparkle On stamp set, available over at The Cat's Pajamas store!

To make this card, I cut out the flower banner for the bottom of my card from blue cardstock using the new Liners Too Die which will be available in this month's release! Then I cut out the best wishes sentiment from blue cardstock using the new Best Wishes Die also available in the new release.  I glued those die cut pieces onto my white card panel (4"x5 1/4") and added a stitched border around the panel.  Then I stamped the dancing bunny from the Get Your Sparkle On stamp set, colored it the with copic markers, cut out my colored image, and glued it over my flower banner.  Lastly, I glued my card panel onto my blue A2 card base.

I hope you like this card and go check out more sneaky peeks over at The Cat's Pajamas blog!
And remember to leave a comment here for a chance to win a $10 voucher to the TCP online store.

Crafty hu…

TCP Sneaky Peek Day - Super

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It's sneaky peek week over at The Cat's Pajamas and today I'm giving you all a look at a papercraft project I made using the new Super stamp set.  This new set is suuuuuuper cuuuute!

To make this bookmark, first I cut our a rectangle piece of blue cardstock and added a stitched border to it.  Then I stamped the superhero bear from the Super stamp set, colored it with copic markers, cut out my colored image, and glued the bear to my blue rectangle cardstock.  I stamped the "MY HERO" sentiment from the Super stamp set with versamark ink and heat embossed it with white embossing powder.  Then I punched a hole at the top of my rectangle for the tassel to go through.  Next I made my tassel with gold embroidery thread.  (Click here to check out my prior blog post for a tutorial on how to make the tassle for the bookmark.)

I love all the cute images on this new Super stamp set.  It's available for purchase now over at the TCP store!

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TCP Challenge #366 Reminder - Furry Animals

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Hi crafty friends!  Have you had a chance to link up your furry animal card over at The Cat's Pajamas blog? Go link up your project for a chance to win a $50 gift voucher to the TCP online store!

Here's a card I made featuring the fuzzy caffeine loving bunny from the Make Tea stamp set: To make this card, I stamped the fuzzy coffee loving bunny and tiny mouse from the Make Tea stamp set, and the coffee cup from the Year of the Rat stamp set, colored my stamped images with copic markers, and cut them out. I stamped the "Keep Calm Put the Kettle On" sentiment from the Make Tea stamp set onto some patterned notebook paper with blue ink, and then glued on my colored images below the sentiment. 

You still have time to link up your furry animal card over on the TCP blog.  A few reminders about the TCP challenge: Each month a new challenge will be posted on The Cat's Pajamas blog and the TCP Facebook page. If you want to play along you just upload your design to The Cat…

TCP Turesday Challenge #366 - Furry Animals

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It's the first Tuesday of the month and that means there's a new challenge happening over at The Cat's Pajamas blog!  This month's challenge theme is furry animals. 

For my furry animal project, I used the Make Tea stamp set to make this card: First, I cut a piece of gingham pink patterned paper (4"x5 1/4") and glued it to my white A2 card base.  Then I stamped my fuzzy bunny from the Make Tea stamp set and colored the fuzzy guy with copics.  I cut out a stitched oval from white cardstock, and glued my colored bunny to the bottom of the oval.  Then I stamped the "You warm my heart" sentiment from the Make Tea stamp set above my bunny, and glued on some pink holeless sequins from the sherbet holeless sequins pack.  Then I adhered my white stitched oval over my gingham patterned paper using foam tape for some dimension.  I hope you go find some of your cute furry critter stamps and make a project to link up over at the TCP blog!  Here are a few remin…

TCP Stencil Challenge Reminder

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Have you entered into this month's Tuesday Challenge over on The Cat's Pajamas blog?  This month's challenge theme is Stencils!

This card features the TCP Twist Stencil: To make this card I stamped the bunny and rain cloud from the Look for the Rainbows stamp set onto the center of my card base.  Then I used the Twist stencil to blend various distress oxides using the Big Beautiful Blending Brush to make the rainbow background around my bunny.  Then I stamped out another bunny and rain cloud on a separate piece of white cardstock, colored them with copic markers, cut them out, and then glued them onto my card base.  Then I colored the raining hearts with copics, and added white accents to my colored images using a white gelly roll pen.  To finish off my card I stamped the "Take Time To Look For the Rainbows" sentiment from the Look for the Rainbows stamp set and added a stitched border.
There's still time to enter this month's stencil challenge over on Th…