Friday, January 24, 2020

SugarPea Designs Sweet Peek Week - Day 5

Today is the last day of the Sweet Peek Week at SugarPea Designs!   Today we are sharing Friendship Sentiments, Friend(s) Word SugarCut and the Interlocking Circles SugarCut.   





I started off by ink blending a panel of Distress Oxide inks in Antique Linen, Evergreen Bough and Black Soot.   I then die cur the Interlocking Circles SugarCut twice from white card stock.  I then adhered the die cut to the top and bottom part of the panel.  I trimmed the panel down to 3 3/4 inches by 5 inches.   I adhered it onto a white card base.  






I then die cut the Friends Word SugarCut from black card stock and then the shadow from white card stock.   I stamped a sentiment from Friendship Sentiments and white heat embossed it onto a strip of black card stock.  The sentiment stamps so crisp and clean! I then popped up the Friends die cut and the sentiment strip with foam tape.  I added some Crystal Darice Sequins to finish off the card.  





Well that is it for today!   The new release will be available tonight at 6 pm EST.    Please check out SugarPea Designs Blog for todays final Sweet Peek post and check out all the inspiration from the Design team!     What is your favorite from the new release?    







Thank you for hanging out with me this week!   






26 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! I love that the ink blending matches perfectly with your sequins as well as it really showcases those circle die cut pieces! Wonderful card!

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  2. Gorgeous ink blending! I LOVE the friend die font!

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  3. Wow, I like your "different" colors!!!!!!!! It would be great for a guy. NICE

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  4. I love the interlocking circles and I love you layout and blended background!

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  5. Good masculine card. Love that
    die cut. thanks for sharing
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  6. Wonderful card. I love those friendship sentiments and the interlocking circles are definitely on my wish list. Beautiful colors.

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  7. What a clever way to use the die cut and great blended background!

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  8. Beautiful card Tricia, I love that it is a cool tone color pallet, perfect for those times that we need a masculine card.

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  9. I can't get over how wonderful the background on this card makes everything standout in a perfect way. Wonderful card.

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  10. I like the ink blended background for these circles.

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  11. I really like how you split the design into 2 parts. Your background is wonderful. I haven't seen those colors used together very often. TFS!

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  12. Beautiful card! Love the sentiment and colors! Awesome circles die!

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  13. I really like these interlocked circles for adding interest to any design. They look great with your shaded background.

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  14. Beautiful blending and awesome design! :)

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  15. Amazing color choice, very pleasing to the eye. I need to try these colors. Love it!

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  16. What a pretty card! Your color choices for the ink blended background are just beautiful!

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  17. Great card, especially using darker colors for a change. Would make a perfect men's card!

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  18. Beautifully blended card...I never would have guessed the distress inks you used. Love this card with the cool new die.

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  19. Gorgeous! The circles are a must have!

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  20. Gorgeous color blending. Great card!

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  21. Indeed - yes they do! Your card colors are so gorgeous - lovely blending!

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  22. The blending and colors work very well. Has a calming look to it. Of all, I like the jukebox die.

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