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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Puttin' On The Ritz

Hello!  I thought I'd share another card with you today.  This one features the Sassy Studio Designs image, Oz.  I, however, needed a tap dancer and I thought she looked the part!  She is colored with Copics and fussy cut.  Papers are Lost & Found Two: Blush from My Mind's Eye. 

Sketch is from Digi Sketch Challenge but I won't be able to enter due to the epic fail on my handmade flowers.  I did try, but I can't seem to get the hang of rolling card stock without ripping or otherwise mangling it!  Any tips for me?  Instead I added flowers from my stash along with some bling and a metal corner.  The sentiment is from a My Favorite Things stamp set called And Then I Said.  I also used one of their Die-namics with it (mini wavy pennants).  The border punch is Martha Stewart.

I had fun with this one which was a special request!  I love being challenged and having to find that perfect image that will work!  I was up far too late again last night finishing up another card and that looks to be the way the pattern of the week is going to go.  Lots of birthdays and a guest designer card will keep me busy!

And speaking of guest designing...  I decided to throw my {top} hat in the ring for a chance to join Sassy Studio Designs in September!  You can find all the details about their GDT call HERE.

I hope everyone has a fabulous Wednesday and I thank you for popping in!

Markers used: Copics (E00, E11, E21, E23, E70, E74, E79, R20, RV63, RV66, RV69, N2, N4, N6, N8).

- Time 4 Scrap: #12-Come To The Cabaret



Papercrafting Princess said...

Sassy & Cute!

Linda Palmer said...

Regan, this is a beautiful card. I love the coloring, love your sketch that you followed all to make a gorgeous design.

knitmachinequeen (KMQ) said...

Regan you have been on a cardmaking terror lately and everything has been fabulous. Your coloring is out of this world and your use of bling and sketches makes my heart flutter. TFS

Lori aka lorib117 said...

Regan, this is beautiful! Love the colors.