Sunday, 30 January 2011

Simply Stunning!

Hi Sassy fans, I'm back with your weekly dose of Sunday inspiration :D! I've used the lovely Windswept stamp from the new set of ultra-fabulous Simply Sassy girls. It's available from Funky Kits HERE. Now, this girl has hair like I've always wanted but haven't had for...ooooh some 28 years now (showing my age aren't I ;o)). I'm thinking she is waiting for her boyfriend to come back, he's in the navy and she's meeting him on the quayside in her cutest outfit (don't you just love those shoes! Wish they made those in my size...).

Okay, that's enough prattling from me, let's get down to some details:

Stamps: Simply Sassy "Windswept"; text from Papertrey Ink
Paper: BBP green, pink, white; Kaisercraft "English Rose"

Embellishments: Zva Creative pearl swirls; Kars adhesive pearls
Tools: Martha Stewart PATP "Swirling Lace"; EK Success Retro Flower punches; QuicKutz tab die; Heidi Swapp distresser

E00, E51, E93, E21 (skin, cheeks)
E50, E51, E53, Y28 (hair)
E25 (eyes)
R00, RV10 (clothes, shoes)
Wishing you have a lovely, crafty Sunday!



  1. Simply stunning is right, this is gorgeous Erica, wow! xx

  2. Wonderful! And I love "your story behind your card" :) I waited for years until my hair was (almost) as long as hers but it worked ;)

  3. Awww Erica this is such a gorgeous card Hun!! Luv the lo and dps and all the flowers just look amazing! Also luv your little story that goes with it rofl!! Lotsa luv xxxx

  4. So pretty , love the lace punch definitely one for my evergrowing wishlist and so makes me think of spring, well I can dream on both counts can't I?

  5. oh this is just gorgoues,love the lace punch you have used,hugs cheryl xx

  6. She's lovely and the pinks make her look like a ballerina, great for dancers card.

    ** Kate **

  7. Great design. Love how you cut her out, distressed the papers, and used the lacy looking punch. Beautiful card.

  8. It was the shoes that made this my favourite of the release. Love seeing her blonde too. Delightful the way you've acccented the curls in her hair with the punched border too.
    Paula (PEP)