Sneaky Peek #5— This Could Be Vodka


It’s Day #5 of Sneaky Peek Week. Are you excited yet? Only Three days left before our NEW Release becomes available on October 18.

Today, we are sneaky peeking a set brought to you by the artist who draws our Long-eared Bunny. This time around, she’s gotten into the coffee and tea craze, too.

This set is called “This Could Be Vodka” and it pairs perfectly with our NEW Cups CutUps Duos Die. And, if you want a little sass, this set is for you.

Now, let’s take a look what The Cat Pack and our Special Guest Designer did with this set.


First, our Special Guest Designer, Jodi Collins creates a FABULOUS card using some of the small design elements in this set. You can stamp and color up a storm with this set.

maybe-vodka_smNeed a quick but fun card? This card by Deborah Anton uses the bunny in a tea cup for her card. She uses the NEW Scalloped Duos Die to place it in. Don’t you just love the extra stitching detail that the cutout has? And, what could be quicker to decorate the cup than a die cut?


Julie Elak‘s card is just too pretty. She creates the patterned paper with some of the little stamps in the set and  die cutting the cup, gives her more time to color.


How about this sweet card by Christine Okken? She uses another of the NEW Cups Duo Dies to cut the cut and the insert for different look.


Brenda Nakandakari creates a retro slider card using the NEW Roller CutUps. Isn’t the cup just darling with the flower insert. It’s easy to get different looks with our NEW Duos CutUps. Check out the video.

Want to see more of this set and our dies? Check out the Special Guest Designer and members of our Cat Pack’s blog for a closer look.


Jodi Collins


Nancy Thomas
Christine Okken
Brenda Nakandakari
Wendy Mcguffey
Julie Elak
Deborah Anton
Stacey Schafer


Are you IN IT TO WIN IT? For a chance to win a $10 gift certificate to The Cat’s Pajamas store, leave a comment on each of the Designer’s Sneak Peek posts, including The Cat’s Pajamas blog. Each day, a winner will be randomly drawn and will be announced on the TCP Facebook Page and this blog the following day.