SugarPea Designs Fall 2020 Release: Day 4

Hello #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Let's Stay Home stamp set by SugarPea Designs #sugarpeadesigns

Hello and welcome to Day 4 of the SugarPea Fall Product Release!

I hope you’ll join SPD Design Team tomorrow because we’ll be sharing Sweet Peeks for the products that will be available for purchase starting this Friday, August 28th 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 GIVEAWAYS!  All you need to do is leave a comment for your chance to win.

**Please note that links to SPD store for these new products will not go LIVE until 6PM EST on August 28th.**

Today’s Introductions include… amazing Let’s Stay Home stamp set that comes with the coordinating Let’s Stay Home SugarCut so useful to die cut all the small accessories; and wonderful Torn Strips Stencil that will suit so many projects due to the simplicity of its design.

On my stop of this hop I’m sharing a cute card featuring new products and some very simple watercoloring! To start, I die cut all the elements I needed for this card using the coordinating Let’s Stay Home SugarCut and Strathmore Bristol paper. I saved the negative parts of the dies and used them inside the MISTI tool to help me with the alignment while I was stamping the open images from Let’s Stay Home stamp set with VersaFine Onyx Black ink. Finally I colored all the stamps with water based markers and set them aside to air dry.
In case you’re  interested, I’m leaving all the exact colors used on this card: TOMBOW MARKERS N79, 076, 098, 126, 133, 158, 177, 192, 195, 491, 743, 606, 946, 947, 977, 985, 992.

Hello #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Let's Stay Home stamp set by SugarPea Designs #sugarpeadesigns

An extended A2 size card base was made from Neenah Solar White paper and embellished with a tone on tone pattern applied through new Torn Strips Stencil with a white embossing paste. The sentiment was die cut three times from new just released Card Front Elements 3 SugarCut, stacked together and glues directly to the card front. Finally all the other colored elements were arranged with a bit of dimension.

Hello #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Let's Stay Home stamp set by SugarPea Designs #sugarpeadesigns

Would you like to win a $50 Gift Voucher to our 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 our blog: Monday, May 25th.

Our 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!

Amy Kolling
Jennifer Timko
Linda van Wely
Stéphanie Beauchemin
Tatiana Trafimovich <— you’re here
Tricia Barber
Vera Yates

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

Hugs,
Tatiana

32 thoughts on “SugarPea Designs Fall 2020 Release: Day 4

  1. I love that card and I love all the possibilities with this Let’s Stay Home set. The Torn Strip stencil makes a perfect textured wall.

  2. This is so wonderful. Love the use of the stencil for the wall. I love the use of the medium to make it look plastered. Great idea and beautiful card!

  3. Beautiful card, Tatiana!! I love how you used that stencil – reminds of a stucco wall. Your shelves are filled with all kinds of wonderful things!!

  4. Beautiful, strong but subtle background with the torn strips stencil! Then a fantastic scene on top of that, love! Thanks for sharing!

  5. While everyone would think if a room with cozy sofa, your idea of a walk with book shelves is so unique. It has turned out beautifully.

  6. Fantastic card! Your wall is wonderful- I just love the texture. I am so inspired to start using stencils with embossing paste.

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