TCP Rings in the New Year with Birthdays!

TCP Rings in the New Year with Birthdays!

Girl bunny with cake on card

Welcome to 2023 Friends!  It’s Christine with you today to celebrate the start of the New Year and a new release at TCP!  And we’ve got Birthday’s to celebrate!  I don’t know about you but I’m always running out of Birthday cards.  Well we’ve got you covered this month!  

I have three designs to show you today starting with this cutie called Girl with Cake!   Sometimes, you’ve just got to go ALL feminine with pink galore!  I’ve coloured her up with Copics, and then trimmed her out and placed her on pretty round dies and a background of fading ink stencilled diamonds.  


Copic Colored girl bunny on card


Some vellum adds to the “fade” feel of the stencilled sponging and some cute mirrored sequins accent the party. 

Next up its all about the presents!  


Bunny in party hat with presents on card


Doesn’t he look ready for any party with that stack of gifts?  I wanted the card to have lots of colour and celebration, so I coloured the image to pair well with the plaid patterend paper and then added some retired TCP dies to accent the celebration.  

Bunny with party hat and presents on card


I’ve popped up a party hat on his head and he’s ready to go!  

Lasty up, what’s a party without cake? 


Birthday Cupcake on card


We’re celebrating in a BIG way with this design called You Say It’s Your Birthday.   Who says cupcakes have to be small?  I’ve supersized this digi image to take centre stage on the card and coloured it with Copic Markers.  After trimming it out, I placed it on an ink blended blackground in bright blue to contrast with the cupcake and make it really pop!  


Cupcake on card


Some white gel pan accents add a little realism, and simple canted framing, stars and sequins make it party ready.  
January Release Graphic


I hope you’ve enjoyed this Sneaky Peek into this month’s release!  Here’s a peek at the New Release items I used today!

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