Monday, 18 July 2011

Apple of My Eye

Morning Sassy Fans,

Where does the weekend go.  Seriously you blink and you miss it.  I did manage to do an hour in the gymn on Saturday, goodness knows what's come over me and yesterday I visited my niece and the new addition to the family, baby Nikita.  She's gorgeous, so now I'm a Great Aunt!

I also had a little accident with acrylic paint, oh my word.  I only needed a little for the project so I unscrewed the lid. Biggggggg mistake.  I knocked the bottle off the table and it landed upright.  Good you may think. Notttt. It hit the floor with such speed that the contents splurted up and covered me, my sewing machine, printer, radiator and the carpet. Opps!  As i woke up early I just put on my hubbys T-shirt and my linen trousers and went to my craftroom whilst everyone was still sleeping, so my hubby's black Firetrap T-shirt now has splatters of white paint all over it. I was so lucky it didn't splatter the cards I had on the side, typical crafter more worried about my cards than OH's T-shirt. Who would of thought there was that much in a bottle, lol.  My hair still has white streaks, lol.

I have a little sneek peek for you. This is Apple of my Eye and will be available on Saturday from Funky Kits.


Ingredients:-

Image "Apple of my Eye" Funky Kits from Sat 23rd July
Pion Papers
Lasercut Chipboards leaves, corners, flower centre in ribbon by Make It Crafty/Quixotic Paperie
Acrylic Paint
Martha Stewart border punch
Magnolia Butterfly Die
Magnolia fence die
Sentiment is Whimsey
Bling, ribbon and flowers from stash

15 comments:

  1. Oh gosh...poor you! Acrylic paint all over....:( Doesn't this always happens morning or just when you are late? Sigh...
    Congrats for being a Great Aunt!! I am in my 40-ies and I am Great Aunt for eight already...LOL! As I was a late-comer my nieces and nephews are between 30 and 40 now....
    I simply love this new stamp "Apple of my Eye"...soo cute and you made such a stunning and charming card with it! All these cute embellies you have used....stunning!
    Martina

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  2. She is CUTE to boot and your colouring is amazing, everything is absolutely gorgeous!

    Hugs xx

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  3. Wowwww, what lovely. Nice coloring and a lot of details.

    Hugs Astrid.

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  4. wowwww what a stunning card and what a lovely image ! Hugs, Marion

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  5. A wowwww card and the stamp is again a must have!
    Hugs Tiets

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  6. Oh I did have to smile ... spilling paint is becoming a habit in my carft room!!

    Gorgeous card and I LOVE this new image ... going to HAVE to have her!
    Hugs
    Cathy xx

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  7. Wow! Tracy, this is a beautiful card, the image is gorgeous, oh!oh! what a calamity, but at least your cards were saved. Yup! you got the priorities right. lol.
    Hugs
    Suzi x

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  8. Good job its my birthday soon - love her and your card is stunning

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  9. Yet another fabulous addition to the Simply Sassy range - wow I need this one (sorry I would like it he he)as she is simply divine! Sheila:)X

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  10. Oh this is stunning...thank goodness I get paid on Thursday is all I can say!!

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  11. So gorgeous card,I love the image and your papers.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  12. gorgous card,love the new image another must have. sue xx

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  13. Stunning colours & I love that ribbon. This looks like it is going to be a fun release too - just look at that hair! The way you have placed that floral centrepiece on the ribbon to make it look as if it is the flowerhead of the green leaves is masterful. Just super with that floral themed patterned paper & the way you've pikced out both the mauve & the cherry pink with the butterflies. Glad you survived the whitewashing episode.
    Paula (PEP)

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  14. Wow! Stunning card and this image is a must have.
    That stuff sure makes a mess doesn't it. Ask me how I know!
    hugs
    Marion

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  15. this is fabulous!!! Hugs Juls

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