Thursday, January 9, 2014

{SPD} Tin Can Chat



Welcome the the fourth, and final day of Sweet Sneaks from SugarPea Designs! This week has felt like a whirlwind of cute-ness and I'm so happy and honoured to have been amongst the first stampers to launch this amazing little company :)

Today we are showing you another fun one from the Sweet P Collection (same as our Bushel & a Peck set) called Tin Can Chat!! 

These two girls actually are one stamp. I stamped them out, coloured and cut straight down the middle and reversed the orientation of the girls. I then used twine (MFT) and fabric stiffener to make a curly cord. I used a white paint pen to cover up the string part of the stamp. I used Glossy Accents over the tin cans, boots and eyes (on the open eyed girl). Dress and shirt were paper-pieced. I used an MFT die and woodgrain stamp to make the sign with the Hello, Friend sentiment stamped in versafine ink. I stuck some enamel dots here and there, as it was looking a little drab.
Oh yeah, white accents were applied to their cheeks and the boots using a sharpie white paint pen. I love the big ears on these kids!! and their gappy teeth!! Typical 6 year olds ;)





Tin-CanChat will be available for purchase when we open our cyber doors at SugarPea Designs this Thursday night at 9:00 PM EST! Get ready to hop and and see what my fellow SugarPeas have created for some additional crafty inspiration!  Be sure to comment as you go because one lucky person will WIN the (insert the stamp set of the day) stamp set! The winner will be announced during our release party on the SugarPea Design Facebook Page this Thursday night from 8:00 - 9:00 PM EST!  One VERY lucky party participant will win the entire January release!   



42 comments:

M DelValle said...

Awesome!! Love your coloring! :)

Lisa H. said...

such a knock out card! love this Jenny. cute stuff all week, thanks for sharing.

Good Kardma by Jules said...

Oh my gosh! What a creative way to use the stamp! I never would have thought of that. I love it. Thanks for the chance to win!

Boxofcolours said...

Oh wow I adore your take on this image - especially the real string attached to the cans!!

wendy said...

super creative Jenny...love this !

Tammie E said...

Your coloring amazes me, Jenny, and I love the creative way you laid the girls out...the curly twine was just brilliant! I've enjoyed checking out your designs all week!

Ardilla said...

Awesome coloring... love your card!

Theresa said...

love the paper piercing and the shadowing good job!

scrapn_momof2 said...

OMG Jenny, this is such a darling card!!! Love the bit of cord for the "phones".

Carla S. said...

This is awesome, Jenny! Fabulous coloring and design!

Kerin said...

OMG this is awesome! The twine is the perfect touch. So creative!

Chitra Nair said...

OMG Jenny!!!! What a gorgeous coloring!!! You are awesome!!! I LOVE your card and the image is super cute!!!

Pattie said...

O.M.G. the CA-UTEST card by far!!!

Iris said...

Love what you did with this stamp very clever and gorgeous work.
isoscia at aol dot com

Iris said...

Love what you did with this stamp very clever and gorgeous work.
isoscia at aol dot com

Vicki said...

I love the twine coming from behind the card. I may have to totally case it, that is when I get the stamp!

Nicole N. (Nicole's Craft Nook) said...

Great idea!! Such a fun card!!
It's nice to see what y'all are doing w. The same image -- but diff styles !!

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Jennifer said...

This is just amazing! Love your colouring and paper piecing! Super fun how you used the string and the sentiment!

Rachel Parys said...

Too stinkin' cute!!!! Love the layout and colors!!!

Kim Haygood said...

This is really cute and you ended up making a different look by how you did the two girls! I like the phone cord! Great card!

Danni said...

So cute and very creative!! Love it!

Danni said...

So cute and very creative!! Love it!

Mary-Anne V said...

How cute...love how you wrapped the twine around the card to connect the two chatterboxes!

Miriam Prantner said...

Love the curly string coming out of the cans and LOVE your coloring!

Natalie said...

LOVE your creativity! Darling card and fabulous coloring and paper piecing!! WOW!!!

Maye M.L said...

Jenny: Love your card. Thanks for describing the details, it is hard to appreciate them in the computer screen. Your coloring and paper piecing are incredible. Since I adhere to the philosophy that "Growing up is optional", I can picture using these girls for cards for several of my "mature" girlfriends. Happy crafting!

Jessica Yoder-Jones said...

Super cute stamp!! Love your card and the colors used. Great coloring

Laila B. said...

Amazing...very creative. Love it!!!

JoAnn said...

Wow Jenny, this is just the cutest card. Love how you separted the girls and added the curled twine. Very creative. TFS

Denise Goeldner said...

Such a sweetie love it hugs xx

cghundley said...

More fun here with
this sweet stamp set.
Love how you switched
their placement and
did the phone cord.
Carla from Utah

Simply Sandy said...

how cute~! love the twine and the coloring

Olivia said...

On love this. Great coloring.

Lisa Lara said...

Awesome paper piecing Jenny. So cute.

Cyndi said...

Love your paper piecing and coloring

Elizabeth Sarkisyan said...

Wow!! this is amazing and love how you added the twine to each little girl.

Sharla said...

Oh so very cute!! Love the twine, and the paper piecing!

Kris B said...

So cute and very creative! love the twine phone cord! Wonderful colors and the gelly accents look great!

Barbara Murphy said...

perfection! i love the little details you've added to the highlights and patterns. gorgeous design!

Sassy Raggedy said...

I think this is just amazing...Love those dots and the curly twine. Very creative. I just love this stamp set. Hugz, joann

Brian Naus said...

Love your coloring Jenny!-Jen Naus
jenny dot naus at yahoo dot com

Deni - Angel Scrapbook Goodies said...

Oh how I love this card, doesn't matter how many times I look at it I look smile and laugh lol. And your colouring as always is unreal.