Sunday, 9 October 2011

Simply Sweet!

Good morning Sassy fans, how are you all?! Over here the weather is okay, after experiencing some real autumn winds and rain over the last few days the weekend has brought some sunshine, which is unusual :D. Isn't it funny how us Dutchies (and the British too) always talk about the weather...oh well, gotta have something to complain about, right ;o)

Anyway, onto my card for today, I have used the delicious and delectable





Isn't she just too cute?!? Of course this is another stamp that can be used on soooo many different kinds of cards, I love how nearly all Krista's images are so versatile :D!

Card Ingredients:

Stamps:
Simply Sassy "Tiffany"; sentiment by My Favorite Things
Paper: Bazzill Basics cardstock; Prima Marketing design paper "Madeline"
Embellishments: Prima Marketing flowers; BoBunny button; ring; brads
Tools: Kars butterfly punch; QuicKutz oval label; Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate ink; Ranger Distress Ink Broken China
Copics:
E00, E51, E93, E21 (skin, cheeks, lips)
Y28, E53, E50 (hair)
BG000, BG01, BG02, BG10, BG11 (clothes, eyes)


That's all from me this Sunday, hope I've inspired you to get out you Sassy stamps and make something today :D!

Hugs,
Erica

7 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card. Nice paper and coloring.

    Hugs AStrid.
    http://creaastrid.blogspot.com/

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  2. Wow !! love the colour combo and the cute little tags !! Such a beautifull card. Hugs, marion

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  3. hiya sweetie
    what a super image, she's so adorable
    i just love your card hunni
    perfect color combo
    hugs angelique

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  4. This is a cutie one. The card is also very beautiful.
    Hugs Astrid

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  5. She is so cute and love the colors you used.
    Hugs, Yvon

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  6. Stunning the way that flower picks up on the one in her hair & I love those little butterflies. The layered tag is a lovely embellishment & i really like your edging of the the image panel - using the two colours for distressing really makes it all hold together.
    Paula (PEP)

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