Tuesday, January 12, 2016

TCP Sneak Peek : Just Let It Happen


I've been sitting on some news for several weeks and can finally spill the beans today! I was asked to be a guest designer for the January release for The Cat's Pajamas and am so excited to share creations with you daily until the release occurs on Tuesday, January 19! You will love these fun designs that are so perfect for the upcoming season of love and valentines!  On this first day, we are showcasing the fun stamp set - Just Let It Happen.  


I started by taking a brass filmstrip stencil and sponged black ink

over Smoky Slate cardstock to create a border.  The main image
was stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on X-Press It Blending Card then colored with Copics.  I added Glossy Accents to the 3D glasses and added Copic Opaque White paint to the popcorn using a fine paintbrush.  The cat's necklace was highlighted with a Clear Star Gelly Roll pen.  Unfortunately, the sparkle and shine do not show up well in the photo.  The nested heart cutups and sentiment just might be another peek...wink, wink...but more about those on another day!


Pssst....This would be a great way to gift someone special with some movie tickets!

So, here's the scoop...
1. All the new stamps and dies will be released on Tuesday, January 19th.

2. Are you IN IT TO WIN IT? For a chance to win a $10 gift certificate to The Cat's Pajamas store, leave a comment on each of the sneak peek posts, including The Cat's Pajamas blog. A winner will be randomly drawn and will be announced on the TCP Facebook Page the following day.

3. Save the date for the Pajama Party on Monday, January 18th from 8-10 PM EST.

Here are the other Cat Pack participants today:
BrendaWendyDeborahJulieChristineLori


20 comments:

Brenda said...

Wanda, I love your card! The film strip stencil is brilliant for this set. Thanks so much for joining us the week. Can't wait to see more!

Kimberley said...

Very cute!

redheadbeck said...

Awesome card!!

redheadbeck said...

Awesome job with this!

Denise Marsden said...

I love the addition of the filmstrip! Yes, it would make a cute addition to a gift of movie tickets, even to your spouse for date night on Valentine's Day! Some men need just a little push and yet, it's always their idea. I totally love Just let it happen set.

Andrea said...

Love the clean and bold colors!

Marisa said...

Congrats on the GDT!!! This card is adorable :)

Karen at Inky Fingers said...

I really love this card. The little accents that transfer well in photo really make the card. What a cute way to gift movie tickets!!

Super Stick Chick said...

Love the way you created your film strip. That popcorn eating stamp is so adorable.

Cindy Major said...

There are so many good things about this new release! Love the popcorn image, love the film roll die, love those cute hearts... Your card showcases it all so nicely! TFS!

ionabunny said...

Love how you made your filmstrip and I love these cute popcorn lovers. So cool. Hugz

Nancy Thomas said...

You put this card way over the top cute with the film strip addition!

Oh You Made Me Ink said...

Fantastic card! You knocked it out of the ballpark!

D.Ann C said...

I NEED this for my movie bud!! Love the filmstrip with 'em!!

Vickie Z said...

Woot woot!! Love this card!! Love this image!!!

Denise Bryant said...

Fun card! Love those awesome heart dies and fun filmstrip details on your cute card! It would be perfect with some movie passes inside... great idea!

Yvonne B. said...

The film strip is such a great layer! Love the coloring and all you did to create such a fun, fun card! Thanks for sharing today!

ChristineCreations said...

So fun to have you with us Wanda! I know you’ll show off some great things this week. i LOVE your movie scene especially with the film strip!

Angela said...

Great use of the film strip die to go along with Sprinkle and Poochie! Their 3D glasses and popcorn for the movie are so fun! It all looks great together!

Deborah Anton said...

Fabulous! Love the film strip along with the perfect color combo for this image.