This week we have a pleasure to spotlight Nic
better known as Coops
I asked her to make a brand new Simply Sassy card for us and she used the sweet Pillow Talk
Start by telling us a little about you:
Hi, my name is Nic better known as Coops and i am a married mum of one.
I live in a small town in Staffordshire and i enjoy crafting at night to help me relax and chill out.
When did you start card making and what made you start?
I started card making about 5 years ago when i was made redundant from the job i was in at the time.
I needed to find a hobby that would help to fill my days a little.
I was out of work for a year so in that time i caught the crafting bug.
What is your preferred coloring medium?
I first started by colouring with watercolours but then discovered promarkers about 2 years ago and i love them.I love the depth of colour you can achieve with them and they really help to bring stamps images to life.
I tend to prefer strong colours on my cards, i`m not really a pastel person.
What is your fav Simply Sassy stamp?
My favourite Sassy at the moment is Fairytale.
I love colouring in her fabulous hair and can spend quite a long time adding more shading until i`m happy.
I do have some new Sassys on the way though so i have a feeling that Windswept may soon be my favourite :D
How did you notice the Simply Sassy stamps the first time?
I first noticed the Sassys when they were previewed on the Sugar Nellie blog and thought wow!!I love the big eyes and flowing hair and they are lovely to colour in.
What is your favourite style (card making)?
I love stamping and i don`t really have a specific style.
I like to try out different styles.Sometimes i like clean and simple or distressing.It all depends on the image i`m working with and what i think looks best with the colours and products i`m using.
And what would you love to see more of at the Simply Sassy blog?
I love the Simply Sassy blog and i would love to see more tutorials on colouring techniques and new card shapes to try.
Here are some more of Nic's gorgeous cards!!
for this card she has used Hippie Chick
Go HERE to visit Nic's blog
Thank you for your wonderful Inspiration Nic!