Good Friends Pass the Popcorn

Good Friends Pass the Popcorn

March Release Graphic
TCP Fans we’ve got so much in store for you this month!  It’s Christine bringing you my first trio of cards this month with all the fun new release images.  They are just right for bringing tons of cheerful celebration.

Slimline card with Penguins watching TV titled Good Friends Pass the Popcorn

I’ll kick it off with this fun slimline design using the Good Friends set.  As soon as I saw these binge watching penguins I thought it would be a fun one to mimic the popcorn box onto a background for the card.  All it took was strips of red cardstock.  The sentiment from the set is printed jumbo size and then I’ve added these red couch cuties and their retro TV.

They are coloured with Copics, with a fuzzy rug beneath them.  I added strips of warm grey to the card to help with the feeling of direction and the idea of “passing” the popcorn.
Flatlay view of Penguin card saying Good Friends pass the popcorn.

I always think these guys are a hoot.  Perfect for a friend, or movie night invite.

Next it’s Birthday time!  
Bunny behind mega sized cupcakes on multi-coloured background

This fun set is called One Cupcake.  I always think birthday cards should feel like a big celebration, so I often incorporate lots of colour.  This was an especially run one to make because I used some new products for me, sprinkled Lindy’s Magical Powders on embossed watercolour paper with lots of spritzed water to create this vibrant and shimmery background.  Jennifer McGuire showcased this earlier this year and I just had to try out that fun explosion of vibrant colour.  I think it’s the perfect backdrop for this fun cupcake and bunny.
Close up of Bunny behind mega cupcake card

Our birthday bunny is coloured with Copics, accented with white gell pen, and I  added some coordinating balloons from a retired TCP birthday set stamped in matching colour.
Flatlay of bunny and mega cupcake card

I just feel like it’s a party on a card!  

And lastly, for those occasions that need a little extra cheering up....a Get Well design using A Cuppa set.
Get Well Bear card bringing tea

This feels like the perfect pick-me-up!  Mama bear bringing a cozy honey lemon tea for the sickie.  I’ve coloured and paper pieced the bear with Copics and patterned paper and she’s trimmed out to lay on layers of sponged vellum, and the perfect lemon-themed patterned paper.  
Close up of bear bringing tea on Get Well card

TCP retired dies are used to create that notebook top and the shape of the vellum die cut.  You can see I’ve added some “print” to the tea cup and saucer to coordinate with the pink flowers on the patterned paper with my Copic markers.  It’s little touches like that that really give a card that extra touch.
Flat lay of bear bringing tea on Get Well card

The sunshiney design is sure to encourage.  

I hope you’ve enjoyed this little trio of March Release designs, here’s a peek at the products I used!  Be sure to give the store a visit!
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