Hi Sugar Peeps! It’s Tracey here today to share with you a fun card for the happy campers on your summer birthday list. I used a little bit of all the new camping products that were released this past June. So now that you have had a chance to get these products for yourself you can either CASE this card or maybe it will inspire you to make a camping card of your own design. I started by die cutting… Read more »

Hello everyone! Stephanie again with you ūüôā I wanted to share how easy it is to create a scene with the whimsical stamps at SugarPea Designs! For today’s card, I used only two products: the Chunky Monkey stamp set and the¬†SugarCut ‚Äď Zig Zag Stitched Rectangles. My cards are usually dimensional, so I figured why not go out of my comfort zone and create something completely flat?! I first stamped twice the little monkey at the top right corner; once… Read more »

Hello everyone! Stephanie¬†here with you and I have a short and sweet project to share with you today, featuring the new¬†Pucker Up stamp set¬†that was released in June. My amazing teammates have all been doing a fantastic job with this set and here I was in my craftroom, thinking how to make you guys see the upmost potential of it. And the light shone; using it into a masculine, yet completely sweet (pun intended ;-)) way. So I first stamped… Read more »

Hello! Today Vera is sharing with us a collection of cards she made using the adorable Chunky Monkey set and coordinating SugarCut die set, along with paper from the Happy Camper Patterned Paper Collection. ¬†Aren’t her monkeys just as sweet as can be? Chunky Monkey SugarCut – Chunky Monkey Happy Camper Patterned Paper Collection

Hi all!¬†Kerin¬†here with you today and I’m sharing a card that will have you creating a card in much less time using one of the papers from the¬†Countryside Charm Patterned Paper Collection! Instead of taking the time to create an elaborate background for your scene, why not just pull a piece of this precious paper out, add a few chickens from the¬†Best of Cluck¬†set, a tag from the¬†Stitched Flags SugarCut¬†set, and voil√†, your card is done! I also wanted to… Read more »

Hello! ¬†Amy K. here with a CAS card using some new and older products from¬†SugarPea Designs! ¬† I started by diecutting the¬†Starburst Cover Plate¬†with white cardstock. ¬†Using Mustard Seed Distress Ink, I blended the ink outwards from the center fading off towards the ends of the rays. ¬†While I had the Mustard Seed Distress Ink out, I blended some on white cardstock and using the¬†Zig Zag Stitched Circles, I die cut a circle for the center of my Starburst panel…. Read more »

Hi everyone!¬†¬†Simonne¬†here to share with you a couple of cards I made using some stamp sets from our June release. For my first card, I started by inking the top of a 4.25×5.5″ piece of white cardstock with Tumbled Glass distress ink then placed it in my MISTI.¬† I then trimmed and tore a piece of kraft cardstock to resemble the ‘sand’, laid it at the bottom of the card and positioned my stamps from the¬†Let’s Flamingle¬†stamp set¬† Once the… Read more »

Hi Sugar Peeps! Tracey here today sharing a card design for some yummy happy mail! Ice cream and summer go hand in hand so getting out the Summer Scoops stamp set to make ice cream cones in three flavours is sure to put a smile on a friends face when they get this card. I started by smooshing a watercolour panel into some Distress Oxide ink and set it aside to dry. Then I die cutting the second largest rectangle… Read more »

Hello, Brianna joining you all this fabulous Tuesday. Today, I will be sharing a card with you all using one of my favorite techniques. I love incorporating the use of dies on my stamped images to create a 3D raised effect. The 2nd image shown above, shows the 3D raised effect the best. To create this effect I start out by coloring my image, which from the RV There Yet? stamp set. I then took the, Home Sweet Home Sugarcut… Read more »

Good morning! Ardyth here with you with 4 cards using similar layouts and products. Each year, I make 300 nativity-themed Christmas cards for 2 churches, who give them to their members. I usually make them in sets of about 30. I am always on the look-out for church-appropriate stamp sets and for simple but beautiful designs that are easy to mass produce. Because my kids go to camp, summer is a great time to get a good start on this… Read more »