SugarPea Designs January 2020 Release: Day 1

Snappy Birthday #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Later Gator stamp set by SugarPea Designs #sugarpeadesigns

Hello and welcome to Day 1 of the SugarPea January Product Release!

I hope you’ll join SPD Design Team over the next 5 days because we’ll be sharing Sweet Peeks for the products that will be available for purchase starting this Friday, January 24th at 6 PM EST in the SPD Store.

Each day will be full of inspiration, and as always, you’ll have a shot at winning one of FIVE GIVEAWAYS!  All you need to do is leave a comment for your chance to win.

**Please note that links to our store for these new products will not go LIVE until 6PM EST on January 24th.**

Today’s Introductions include… the most adorable Later Gator stamp set that has the cutest alligator to pair with many accessories and lots of sentiments that will suit many occasions; the coordinating Later Gator SugarCut; plus two new amazing stencils Leaf Canopy and Laurel Leaves.

Later Gator

Later Gator SugarCut

Leaf Canopy Stencil

Laurel Leaves Stencil

And here’s what I came up with for you today! A sweet and bright copic colored card! I started with the coordinating Later Gator SugarCut and Neenah Solar White paper. Once die cut all the necessary elements, I stamped the images from Later Gator stamp set helping myself with the negative parts of the die cuts for a perfect alignment. Next I simply colored all the stamps with copic markers.

In case you’re wondering, here’s the complete list of all COPIC markers used on this project: YG0000-YG00-YG01-YG25-G07; R0000-R00-R11-R12-R32; RV0000-RV00-RV10-RV02; RV0000-RV00-RV13; V01-V04-V06.

Snappy Birthday #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Later Gator stamp set by SugarPea Designs #sugarpeadesigns

The pattern on the background was applied through the new Leaf Canopy Stencil. I just love the intricate design of this product! It looks really gorgeous to me! I mixed a plain white embossing paste with Picked Raspberry and Worn Lipstick Distress inks on a slick surface and then applied it on a piece of paper at an angle. I let the embossing paste air dry before popping all the elements on a foam tape along with a matching heat embossed birthday sentiment that comes from the same Later Gator stamp set.

Snappy Birthday #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Later Gator stamp set by SugarPea Designs #sugarpeadesigns


Would you like to win a $50 Gift Voucher to SugarPea Designs store? Leave a comment below for your chance to win. TWO lucky commenters will be randomly selected from the Sweet Peek Week comments to win a $50 Gift Voucher! Winners will be announced on SugarPea Designs blog: Monday, January 27th

Blog-Hop-GreenSPD Design Team has some amazing and creative inspiration for you using the products featured here today. You can visit each of our designers’ blogs below for details on their projects. And while you’re there be sure to leave a sweet comment for them, giving you an extra entry to win today’s giveaway prize.

Amy Kolling
Becky Pearce
Kara Pogreba
Kelly Lunceford
Nicole Vögeli
Simonne Clay
Tatiana Trafimovich <— you’re here
Tricia Barber
Vera Yates

That’s all for today! Hope you like this cute birthday card! Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!!!


36 thoughts on “SugarPea Designs January 2020 Release: Day 1

  1. Oh Tatiana, this card is so adorable, love the soft pink background with the white embossing paste. And your coloring is as always amazing.♥

  2. That is pretty cool how you made the background out of the paste and the distress inks! I like the way it turned out and how you also did it on an angle to create more interest on the card. Your gator looks great and I totally dig his purple chapeau! Awesome sauce!

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