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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Dare To Be Sassy Thursday #73 - Recipe


Welcome to another Sassy Studio Designs Dare To Be Sassy Thursday! Today's challenge (#73) is a recipe one... We would like you to use the following "ingredients" on your card: 3 designer papers, 2 buttons, twine. This card was a special request from one of my co-workers. She is involved in the pageant world and has a friend competing that she wanted to wish good luck to. I immediately thought of this SSD image, called Crissy's Prom. I paper pieced her gown and used two other coordinating designer papers behind my image. The buttons are bling from Bazzill, and I threaded some twine through them as well as through the Ribbon Tag Nestie that I stamped my sentiment on. I couldn't resist adding a flower and some pearls as well. My layout is last week's sketch from Card Positioning Systems (CPS217).

If you'd like to play along, all you have to do is whip up a project based on the recipe and post it here before next Wednesday evening. The winner gets to select 2 SSD images of their choice! Also, be sure to check out our Sassy Christmas Challenge #2 - Santa Baby on the SSD blog and our bi-weekly challenge over at our Paper Craft Planet SSD group. The more you play, the greater your chances of winning are!

I'll be back in a bit with the new Tickled Pink Stamps Challenge for this week! Thursdays sure are busy around here these days! :) Thanks for looking and hope you'll stop by again soon!

Card Supplies
Images: Crissy's Prom (Sassy Studio Designs); Essential Sentiments (My Favorite Things)
Ink: printer; Copics (E11, E21, E00, E04, R20, B02, B04, E31, E33, E34)
Paper: Cameo Coral, Baja Breeze, and Certainly Celery card stock (Stampin' Up); white card stock (Georgia Pacific); The Whimsy stack (DCWV)
Accessories: Ribbon Trio Tag Shapeabilities (Spellbinders); Peal adhesive pearls (Queen&Co); adhesive faux pearl flourishes (Recollections); Honeydew baker's twine (The Twinery); Modern Avalanche buttons (Bazzill Basics); Boutique Fleur mulberry paper mini roses (Recollections); glue dots; 3D dots

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