TCP New Release Blog Hop

Wahoo! It's release day over at The Cat's Pajamas which means The Cat Pack is doing a blog hop! You should have hopped over here from Julee's blog.

I'm so excited to share the cards I made with some of the new release goodies!!!  I had so much fun with this release that I couldn't stop playing with everything, and made four cards for today's blog hop!
My first card features the Hello Darlin' stamp set and Shakey Serif stencil:
To make this baby card, I used my Big Beautiful Blending Brush and the Shakey Serif stencil to blend the ABCs to the top and bottom of my white card panel with distress oxide ink (mermaid lagoon).  Then I stamped the zebra and "HELLO darlin'" sentiment to the center of my card and colored the zebra and heart with copic markers.  I drew in the ground for the zebra with copics.  Then I glued my white panel onto my light blue card base.

I used my Big Beautiful Blending Brush and the new Pattern Builder & Stripes & Plaid stencil to blend distress oxide ink (barn door) to make the plaid background for this card.  I added a white frame over m plaid background.  Then I stamped the panda riding the bicycle onto white card stock, colored with copic markers, fussy cut and glued it on the bottom center of my card base. 

My third card features the new Stuck on You stamp set and Shakey Numbers stencil:
I used my Big Beautiful Blending Brush and the new Shakey Numbers stencil to blend distress oxide ink (cracked pistachio and mermaid lagoon) to make the numbered background for my 7th Birthday card.  I stamped the Happy Birthday sentiment to the top right corner from the Simply Said stamp set, and then glued my card front to a blue card base.  Last, I stamped and colored the porcupine from the Stuck on You stamp set, cut it out and glued it next to the 7.  This card went perfectly with a porcupine stuffed animal for a 7th birthday gift!

My last card features the new Stuck on You stamp set and Succulent stencil:
I used the new Succulent stencil to emboss the succulent background onto my white card base.  Then I stamped the three succulents, colored with copic markers, and cut them out using the coordinating die cut to add on to the bottom of my card.  Lastly, I stamped the "Aloe you very much" sentiment onto a strip of purple cardstock with black ink, then heat embossed with clear embossing powder, cut out a fishtail and glued it onto my card base.

Thanks for joining the TCP blog hop!  Next kitty up from the Cat Pack is Wendy.  Go check out her awesome creations for the hop with the new TCP release!

Crafty hugs,
Beata June 💚💚

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Brenda said…
Looks like you had a great time, all wonderful cards, Beata!
sharon g said…
Your panda just captures my heart. I love how sweet he looks.
Christine Kiehl said…
I love the new panda set! Very nice cards!
Alma de la Rosa said…
Wow so many cards and I love each one!