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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Layers at Sassy Cheryl's


I told my friends at Sassy Cheryl's that they should be careful not to fall on the floor because I have actually managed to get a card made for the current challenge at Sassy Cheryl's Challenge Blog , which is all about LOTS OF LAYERS.

I started a different card and coloured an image for the first time in probably 4 months but then I tried to get artsy and ruined the image so I had to scrap that effort and start again.  I was checking to see if I had anything else printed and found an image that was already coloured - bonus.  I had done it when I visited my friend Ann English last May and she let me use her Copics - not my usual medium but with her expert guidance I got something worth keeping.

From the bottom up, here is my card:

I started with some Recollections card stock for the blank (this card is a 6" square).  Next I added some green patterned paper from my stash for the background.  Next came a couple of Provo Craft papers (also from my scraps) and then a band of white card stock that was punched with a Martha Stewart edge punch.

I added three rows of ribbon from Michaels and some Recollections pearl stickers.  The flower is made up of a white Prima flower and a couple of coloured flowers from Dollarama.  I added a button from my stash and some baker's twine from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

Next I fussy cut around the image before adhering it.  Voila, lots of layers.  I decided not to add a sentiment because I am not sure how this card will be used. 

This is not my usual style of crafting since I normally do vintage or shabby chic so I struggled with this.  Even though I absolutely love these Sassy images, my pea brain can't seem to combine my style with her wonderful images.  I will keep trying though now that I have more time since I am officially retired again.

I don't know what this image is called and I can't find it in the Sassy Cheryl Stamp Store but that could be because I didn't look hard enough.  If it isn't there, not to worry because Cheryl has lots of other fabulous digis, including a set of twins that just arrived and are adorable.

I am going to enter this card in the following challenges:

Sassy Cheryl's -Lots of Layers with a Sassy Cheryl Image
That Craft Place - Buttons
Left of Center Challenges - Ribbon and/or Flowers

6 comments:

  1. Hi, lovely and bright card. Great layout to the card too and very neat fussy cutting around the image. Just love it!!! Thankyou for joining in with That Craft Place challenge. Good Luck and hope to see you again soon.
    Hugs Amanda

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  2. You could knock me over with a feather. You and Shirley both entered the layers challenge. Good golly is the sky going to fall.

    This is lovely Cec. I love your clean style. You always have a flair to know where and what to put on a card.

    Thanks for joining the challenge this week. Hope to see you back again soon.

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  3. LOL. . .you and Shirley are causing quite a stir this week aren't ya. Making people fall over, off their chairs and on the floor. :)

    I LOVE it Cec. .. you always do the most amazing and gorgeous cards. Sorry the first 'artsy' one didn't turn out for ya and I didn't see it....but I do love this one. It's a stunner!
    Thanks for playing along in the Layers challenge with my Sassy Design Team!!! Good luck in the drawing!

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  4. Well, now, what a happy surprise on two counts! Darling card and yes, I think I remember you working on that image. It makes me happy on many levels- memory of a happy visit, seeing hour lovely card this week-it's all good! I'm so glad you joined us for the Sassy Cheryl's challenge.

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  5. Oh so sweet such a cute project thanks for joining us at Left of Centre Challenges.Kay (DT)

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  6. Such a cute card! lovely! Thanks for sharing at Left of Center this fortnight! Mo DT Coordinator xxx

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