It’s Day 6 of Sneaky Peek Week and today we are Sneaky Peeking what I think is the one stamp set represents Summer the best. But, of course, I’m biased, being from California. I’m lucky enough to live 10 blocks from the beach and seeing surfers in the waves come rain or shine is not unusual. There is really something so special about these athletes and their determination to do something they love that really touches my heart.
“Stoked” features the long-eared bunny surfing his little heart out. “Stoked” is fun, fresh and sassy. Color up his shorts and surfboard or better yet, paper piece them in bold happy patterns. Either way, this bunny will have you smiling all the way to shore.
This set, not only features a pretty rad bunny, but four sentiments to go with. and along with the other the stamp sets, dies and Cutables we are peeking this week it will be available for purchase on July 27th at 9:00pm pacific.
Now onto the cards.
Talk about a fun and exciting card, Nancy Thomas‘ card is everything and more. It’s perfect for celebrating a teen achievement or announcing a special trip. Awesome!
Check out this card by Christine Okken. She mixes coloring with paper piecing for a truly rad card.
Lisa Henke’s use of vellum in this card is stunning. She cuts the waves from a die that’s an oldie but goodie, the Wave CutUps. And, I love that she has the bunny surfing out of the circle.
I am so blessed that Swanky Stamper, Cindy Major played along with us this week. Her projects were outstanding. Like this fabulous card! She used various bits of paper that she cut to create a breathtaking vintagey scene. No Waves, No Glory. means No Guts, No Glory. And, this card is truly gloriousl
Want to see more? Check out the rest of the Cat Pack. Then, leave a comment on The Cat Pack’s blogs and on this one. We are giving away a $10 Gift Voucher each day of Sneaky Peek Week picked randomly from the comments left . You could win a $10 Gift Voucher just by leaving a comment.
We will announce the randomly chosen winners daily on our Facebook Page. Just look for this graphic.