January at TCP Brings Love!

January at TCP Brings Love!

Happy 2022 Creators!  It’s Christine here  kicking off the New Year with some brand new  The Cat’s Pajamas fun!  This month its all about love, and there’s no better occasion for card making than telling someone you love them.

I created two designs to show you today and am starting with a SWEET one that has a retro feel.  It’s using the new TCP digi called Bee My Honey.  Isn’t he adorable??  I’ve combined a number of the images included in this set into one design by adding the honey pot tucked behind our sweet bear, shrinking the little bee and his heart-wings to fit the size of the honey pot and tucking in the sentiment along the bottom of the image.  

All the colouring is done with Copics (shown below).  Seriously, look at that cute little BEE!

To make the honey theme sing, I used some shimmering molding paste in a honeycomb stencil, and then once it was fully dry, I sponged Peanut Brittle Distress ink overtop to really give it the feeling of honey in a comb.  And the glimmer is really a nice effect.

Here’s a peek at the colours I used above.

[caption id="attachment_44263" align="aligncenter" width="428"]Bee My Honey Bee My Honey Digi[/caption]

Card Number Two!

Next up its a mini-slimline design with these loveable sheep in the set Ewe Complete Me . I just adore these CUTE lambs holding hand/hooves!  I wanted to make them black and fluffy so I let my Copics make lots of swirly lines to mimic thick wool.

To accent the design I added some of our new Hearts Cutables in a great peachy tone, accented with a black pearl.  The designer paper mimics the swirly notes in the sheep wool and also the little flower.

Here’s a peek at the Copics I used for colouring.

[caption id="attachment_44264" align="aligncenter" width="500"]Ewe Complete Me Ewe Complete Me Digi Stamp[/caption]

Stay tuned to the TCP Website  all month long to see all of the cute new Digi Stamp Sets and Cutables in action!
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