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Wednesday, May 16, 2012


 Hmmmmm... one of the problems of this technique (sculpting parts of the image to be 3-D) is that when you try to scan or photograph, SOME-thing is always out of focus.  The close up allows you to see her body a little better, but trust me, the original is not that fuzzy!
This Sassy Cheryl image is colored and then framed with Distress Ink and scrap purple paper then mounted on scrap DP.  Finally, button brads, a sentiment banner and a real button were added.

The color theme is blue and purple for a challenge  - and I used Copics.
 This card should be eligible for the following
Cute Card Thursday#216 - Food and Drink
2 Sister's Challenge #91 - Make It Girly
Clear It Out Challenge - ConBRADulations with brads from my stash
Everbody Art Challenge #193 - Purple and Blue
Simon Says - Clean and Simple

IMAGES:  The focal image is Sassy Cheryl's Special Birthday Cupcake; the sentiment is from Hero Arts.
PAPER:  Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80# Cover Wt. used for the images; DP is from my stash; base CS is Georgia Pacific
EMBELLISHMENTS: brads and button are from my stash.
INKS: Distress Inks were used to create the faux frame; the image is printed on a Canon PIXMA & colored with Copics:


  1. Oh this image just makes me grin from ear to ear, too cute and I love the colours that you chose.. thanks for joining us at Simon Says Challenge blog

  2. This is adorable Ginny, a perfect CAS, borgeous colours and Sassy Cheryl's image is adorable.
    Heather xx
    and thanks for joining both Everybody's Art Challenge and Simon Says Stamp challenge.

  3. Love your card ! Super image.

    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Challenge this week.


    Jo x

  4. fab job on your presentation and thanks for stopping by Clear It Out

  5. Absolutely adorable card, thank you for joining the Clear It Out Challenge.


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