Monday, July 7, 2014

SugarPea Designs Sweet Sneak- Great Catch


Hey, Sweet Friends!  
I'm so happy to be able to share this Sugar Pea Designs Sweet Sneak with you today!


This little guy is definitely one GREAT CATCH!  I just adore this raccoon...he totally reminds me of my own little guys when they were wee ones catching their first fish!


Would you like to WIN the (insert set name) stamp set?! Hop along and visit with the SugarPeas and guests, leaving some comment love along the way! One lucky person will be randomly selected to win the Great Catch stamp set!

Our fabulous July release will be available in the SugarPea Designs Online Shoppe at 6:00 AM EST this Thursday!





I stamped the raccoon with some dark brown in and stamped with onto a subtle pattern of patterned paper, then cut the image in horizontal strips to add some interest and depth to the focal panel.  There are plenty of layers here, too...a bit of twine and a sweet sentiment banner to finish it off.


Thanks so much for stopping by the stage!

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Stamps:  Great Catch (Sugar Pea Designs)
Ink:  Dark Chocolate (Simon Says Stamp)
Paper:  Kraft (PTI), Rough & Tumble (Carta Bella)
Other:  Stitched Rectangle Die (Lil' Inker Designs), Cappuccino Baker's Twine (The Twinery)


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30 comments:

wendy said...

what an awesome card, so different !

Wendy said...

This is adorable! I love how you cut the main image, so creative!

Wendy Ramlakhan said...

I could look at this all day!! Love all of the patterns and layers! xox

Sue D said...

Great layers and choice of papers.

Iva said...

I love that your image is not colored! It looks amazing! The pattern papers are so pretty!

Tracy Valure said...

I am just floored on how amazing this looks with no coloring! You layouts are amazing!!
Tracy

Sharla said...

Very cute! Love all the different papers and embellishments!

M DelValle said...

Very clever card design!!

Chitra Nair said...

The papers are so pretty and love your card design.. So cute!!!

bearsmother said...

So many pretty layers. Love how you stamped the fisherman on the patterned paper. Makes a great design.

Lisa H. said...

wow! love him. the cut up panel is so striking. great card, Stacey.

lindaplus3 said...

wow,,, i really like that,,,so different.. great idea :)

SemSee said...

I LOVE how you stamp but don't colour - brings a whole new look to these adorable images. Your layering is perfection and I love how you cut up the panel. Amazing work! xx

Deann Donohue said...

Great card - nice to have another way to use other than coloring him in! Love all the papers!

Vicki said...

I love the technique you used to stamp the image and then cut it in pieces. A great idea! The boat paper peeking out is cute.

Lesley Croghan said...

Such a great way to use the image, Stacey! Love it!

grandmato20 said...

This is one approach that I would never have thought of -- certainly makes for a great and easy card!

Kathy Schweinfurth said...

How super unique is this!! Love how you used the image - looks like an adorable cartoon and perfect for a little boy card!!

Dana Joy said...

Love how you did this card Stacey!

Charity Chamberlain said...

LOVE IT! Awesome technique!

Daisylove Creations said...

What a clever design, really love it!!

Heather said...

So cute! Thanks for showing how fabulous the image can look even without coloring. It really gives a totally different look.

Janeen said...

great way to stack the DP

Lisa Lara said...

Very cool Stacey. I love the cut up image and all your papers.

~amy~ said...

Stacey, LOVE this...so cute!

Brianna loeffelbein said...

Love your take on this image, never thought of not coloring, I will have to try this idea out!! Love all your super cute papers and layers also❤️❤️

Indy said...

This is darling! Love the design!

Lisa T. said...

I'm new to your blog and love your unique style! :)

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

adorable card!

Tracy said...

You have such a unique stamping style with these images Stacey. I always love to see lots of layering and splitting the image in panels is so cool. Hugs!