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TCP Tuesday 372



Hi friends! It's time for a brand new TCP Tuesday challenge! This month our theme is animals!  Easy peasy with all the sweet critters in the TCP shop! We hope you can come play along.. there's a seriously cool prize for one lucky participant! 😁 Here are the challenge details...


Each month a new challenge is posted on The Cat’s Pajamas blog and Facebook page.
  • To play along, upload your design to the Inlinkz link up on The Cat’s Pajamas blog
  • The Cat’s Pajamas products are NOT required, but we do LOVE to see them!
  • Winner is announced the first Tuesday of the following month and will receive a $50 gift voucher to The Cat's Pajamas store.


For the challenge, I chose sweet little PJ the bear all decked out for Christmas in the Beary Christmas set. I colored the image with Copic markers. I then masked off the image and a bit of snow and blended speckled egg distress ink in the background, then flicked glimmer metallic ink on with a paintbrush for some falling snow.

Next I created a background for the card in the same way with speckled egg distress oxide and glimmer metallic ink.  I die cut the Holiday Toppers and used it for the trees in the background.  Then I hand trimmed a piece of white cardstock to meet up with the snowy banks on my image.  This panel is added with foam tape, then I added snowy accents with some stardust stickles.  I finished off with the Beary Christmas sentiment and a few snowflakes from the Five Snowflakes Dies,


Thanks so much for stopping by today! For more inspiration from the TCP design team, click on over to the Cat Pack links on the sidebar to see what everyone created for the challenge! I hope you find a little time this month to play along!

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1 comment

Marianne said...

So cute! Love how your stamped panel blends in with the background.