Friday, May 18, 2012

Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps May Digi Release Blog Hop


It's time for another Sweet `n Sassy Digi Challenge but it is also Digi Release Day. To celebrate the new digi designs, the ladies of the Sweet 'n Sassy Digi Challenge Design Team have put together a little blog hop.

Have fun hopping along but here's a hint: You will want to leave some love on each of the Design Team posts. One of the team members will be picking a random winner from the comments on her post but it's a mystery as to which member gets this honor.

The winning prize will be the whole May Digi Release! The winner will be announced at Sweet 'n Sassy Digi Challenge Blog on Friday, May 25th.

And now for today's challenge...It's a Recipe Challenge. Create a card, LO or other project using one ribbon, two gems and three different colors(plus neutrals).

Please keep in mind as you play along to ONLY use digital images for the challenge. You don't have to use SNS digi images to play along but we sure love it when you do. Please share a link to your creation using the Linky feature at the end of today's Sweet 'n Sassy Digi Challenge post. If the link feature is down, please add a link with your comment. When uploading to online galleries, please use keyword SNSDC54.

For every card you link to the Challenge Blog throughout the month of May, you will receive one entry in the monthly drawing. One lucky winner will receive 3 digital images of his/her choice from the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps store. Please note, if you use SNSS digital images to create your project, you will receive two entries! Be sure to play along every week... The more you play and/or use SNS digis, the more chances you have to win!

My card is a CAS design using the new Sweet 'n Sassy Digi Baseball Rhubarb. The sentiment is from the Sports Sentiment Digital Stamp set. After printing the sentiment on kraft paper, I created panels and added them to the card base. I then printed Rhubarb on Copic X-Press It Blending Card, colored him with my Copics, fussy-cut and adhered him to my card base using foam dimensional adhesive. The ribbon is actually fabric tape from Dailylike.

Please hop along to see more Recipe Challenge creations using the new, May Release Sweet 'n Sassy Digital Stamps.

Cathy Wallington
Ceal Pritchett
Cyndi Bundy
Makiko Jones
Melinda Gleissner (you are here)
Meredith "Crafty Math Chick"
Patricia Hays
Stephanie Serrano
Stephanie Wright
Wendy Jordan

Thanks for visiting!

15 comments:

  1. Adorable, love everything about this!

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  2. Your coloring is fabulous with Baseball Rhubarb! I love this card! Great job, TFS

    The Happy Card Encouragement Factory

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  3. This is super wonderful Melinda! I love the CAS style and the ribbon edge!

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  4. Him is SO cute! Yes, I used my poor grammar. LMBO. I really love this digi. You did a wonderful job making him come alive. I also love that you printed the sentiment on the kraft paper. TFS and scrappy hugs to you!

    Christel
    Scrappin’ Sista Designs

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  5. love your CAS card, Rhubarb is so sweet and colored so well!

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  6. What a sweet card for a boy!! Your color work is amazing!! Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog! ~ Blessings

    http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

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  7. I just love the big bold Rhubarb against the CAS background. Fantastic job!

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  8. Way way cute! Love it...I may have to buy him after seeing this!
    TFS

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  9. What a cute little boy card, perfect colors. Thank you for sharing.

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  10. Makes me think "Awe Shucks!" Very cute!

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  11. I love CAS cards and I love kraft paper! So this is a card that is really to my taste. I also love blues together with kraft, it's such a nice color combo. Great work!!!

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  12. With T-ball season in full swing this card is so perfect! What a quick card to put together as encouragement for my little baseball player. Thanks for the super design!

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  13. This card turned out super cute with the colors and I love the strip of ribbon. Just adorable!

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