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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Sassy Studio Designs Movie Release

Mary Poppins

Yay! It's finally here! Sassy Studio Designs New Release Day has finally arrived! It's Cinema Saturday! And to celebrate the design team has a blog hop featuring fabulous creations made with the new movie themed images, fun movie trivia and a fantastic prize! Start at the SSD blog where you will find a trivia question or hint. Chose the correct answer from the answer list to be taken to the next team member's blog (hint: your answer will be in the cards) and a new question/hint, and so on and so on. Once you have collected all the answers e-mail Amanda at tandjsudios at gmail dot com by 6pm PST on Sunday, February 13th.. If you are already playing along, great! If not, start HERE to begin.

And my trivia hint is:
Frankly Scarlet, I don't give a darn*!
*edited to keep it PG! :)


Here's the Answer List:

The Tin Man



So get hopping and have fun! Please leave the design team some love in their comments to let us know what you think about the new images and our projects with them! :)

Card Supplies
Images: Mary Poppins (Sassy Studio Designs)
Ink: printer; Baja Breeze (Stampin' Up); Prismacolor Art Markers (12, 207, 202, 137, 43, 15, 103, 97, 90, 89)
Paper: Basic Gray card stock (Stampin' Up); white card stock (Georgia Pacific); Everyday Howdy designer paper (American Crafts)
Accessories: Jolee's By You London Bridge sticker (EK Success); Opaline designer half pearls (Basic Grey); cloud template for sponging; paper piercing tools; white thread (Walmart); needle; 3D dots

7 comments:

melissac said...

Regan -- your card is AWESOME!!! I love the background you created!!! Blessings and hugs!!

Kim Kelley said...

Love the bridge works perfectly with Miss Mary

KC said...

this is great! I love the clouds and the way you colored her!!!

BlackBird said...

Cute image.

sharman said...

Wonderful job. Great coloring.

Dorcas said...

Hi Reagan!
This is such a cute card! Thanks so much for your comment on my blog. :-)
About the stitching: I use a Singer "Touch & Sew" full size machine for my cards. It has tons of stitches all at the touch of a button. It's awesome!
Glad you liked the effect. :-)

Cheryl said...

This is gorgeous! I love how you added the bridge.