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Thursday, April 21, 2011

Dare To Be Sassy Thursday #69 - Pastel Colors



And just like that another Thursday is upon us! Where does the time go? It feels like there is never enough hours in my week to finish everything that needs to be done! But what I did have time for is another Sassy Studio Designs Dare To Be Sassy Thursday! DTBST #69 is Pastel Colors. With Spring in the air and Easter on the way this weekend, it is a very fitting challenge. Your card doesn't have to be Spring or Easter themed; it just has to have a soft color palette. I did opt to make an Easter card, using the sweet Easter Bunny Honey image from SSD. My layout is Sketch 187 from Mojo Monday. I had one of those panic crafting moments where I assembled my layers then realized I had forgotten the paper piercing element so I used my template to add some "faux" piercing with a fine tipped black pen! Hey, if we can use faux stitching, why not paper piercing too? lol If you'd like to play along with this week's DTBST all you have to do is link your pastel colored creation here before next Wednesday night. You could win two Sassy Studio Designs images of your choice for your efforts!

Thanks for looking and have a fantastic day!

Card Supplies
Images: Lil Honey Easter Bunny (Sassy Studio Designs); Hoppy Easter (My Favorite Things)
Ink: printer; Copics (E11, E21, E00, R02, R20, Y32, E04, E33, E34, E25, E27); Prismacolor Art Markers (147, 192, 194, 198)
Paper: Barely Banana, Baja Breeze, Certainly Celery, Soft Suede, and Pretty in Pink card stock (Stampin' Up); white card stock (Georgia Pacific); Easter Doodle - Easter Trail designer paper (Moxxie)
Accessories: Lacey Circles and Lacy Squares Nestabilities (Spellbinders); Baja Breeze seam binding ribbon (Stampin' Up); Modern Avalanche buttons (Bazzill Basics); Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder (Provocraft); Jumbo Scallop Die-namic (My Favorite Things); Cappuccino baker's twine (The Twinery); 3D dots

1 comment:

Linda Palmer said...

This is soooooo cute. Love the colors you used and love the sketch you used.