SugarPea Designs Fall 2020 Release: Day 5

Thanks #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Thanks SugarCut by SugarPea Designs #sugarpeadesigns

Hello and welcome to Day 5 of the SugarPea Fall Product Release!

I hope you’ve joined SPD Design Team this week and hopped along for a chance at winning one of GIVEAWAYS! If not, there’s still time to enter! All you need to do is to 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 I decided to stretch more the beautiful products from the new fall release, mixing and matching some of them in a creative way: amazing Torn Strips Stencil with colorful stripes from Card Front Elements 3 SugarCut; gorgeous Thanks Word With Shadow SugarCut with a tiny heart from Beautiful Books Die Set.

To start, I die cut a stitched rectangle using Card Front Elements 3 SugarCut from Neenah Solar White paper and applied on top a white embossing paste through Torn Strips Stencil. I purposely didn’t try to achieve a smooth and even layer of the embossing paste, but preferred a more textured and uneven pattern with some gaps and crannies. I set the embossed piece aside to air dry well while I proceeded working on the rest of the card.

Thanks #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Thanks SugarCut by SugarPea Designs #sugarpeadesigns

I prepared an extended A2 size card base (5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″) from the same Neenah Solar White paper that I used previously for a perfect match of whites and die cut many colorful stripes from the scarps that I had in my stash using again Card Front Elements 3 SugarCut. The colorful stripes were arranged in a rainbow order and adhered vertically directly on the card base. The Thanks Word was die cut three times, stacked together with Multi Medium Matte liquid adhesive (since it dries matte and clear) and glued to the Shadow part made from vellum. Finally I cut out the embossed rectangle at an angle using Tonic trimmer and popped the top and bottom pieces on a foam tape. The sentiment were glued directly to the card front and a small die cut heart from Beautiful Books SugarCut gave a finish touch to this colorful project.

Thanks #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - Thanks SugarCut 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 cute project! Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!!!


29 thoughts on “SugarPea Designs Fall 2020 Release: Day 5

  1. Beautiful card. I love the Torn Strips stencil and you’ve used it in such a unique way — love it.

  2. This card is so happy and gorgeous!!! I love it! The new stripes stencil and the font of that Thanks word die are totally fabulous!!!

  3. The stencil is at the top of my list… love all the bright colors and it looks fabulous with the thanks die cut.

    • love this card especially the rainbow cardstock behind the white cardstock like that, it makes this card pop more and love how you cut a piece out the front so the rainbow cardstock can be seen

  4. So beautiful. Love how you combined the subtle torn strips background with the bright rainbow strips of colour.

  5. I love the white on white for the base and the vellum shadow with the white Thanks. It really adds to the card, keeping it clean and simple-ish, with texture and showcasing the rainbow of colors in the middle! 🙂

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