Tuesday, July 1, 2014

July Happenings

Hello Sweet 'n Sassy friends!
Just a quick post to let you know what's happening during the month of July at 

Each day you can be sure to find beautiful samples created by the design team using Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps here on the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Blog!

We will be continuing our Friday Feature Challenges complete with special discounts and prizes so be sure to check back each Friday during the month of July!
In fact there's still time to participate in the "Anything Goes" Release Challenge from this past Friday.  Check out the details HERE!

It's not too early to begin thinking about creating your cards for Christmas!  Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps will be celebrating Christmas In July!  On Friday, July 11th, we will be releasing three new Christmas stamp sets perfect for getting a jump start on your Christmas stash!  Join us for a fun day of New Release activities!

On July 12, Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps will be in York, PA for an 
Alive in Stamping Grace Trunk Show.  We will be offering our popular "Reflection Class," so if you are in the York area, we'd love for you to stop in!

Finally, I have a card to share with you using the new Birthday Word Art stamp set and the What's Up? Arrow Die Set.  I had made a card for my great niece's first birthday months ago, but do you think I could find it when I needed it!  LOL!  So…I had a blast using these new products to make another one.  Can I just tell you how much I LOVE these arrow dies!  Oh my…how fun!

The frame and scalloped border were made from KaiserCraft papers stitched to pink card stock and was then attached to a Solar Crest card base.  The number strip from the Birthday Word Art stamp set was clear embossed repeatedly on the DP for a subtle background.  The other elements on the card were made with the What's Up? Arrow Dies, the Birthday Bash Dies, the Birthday Bash stamp set, Number Dies, and the Ticket Sentiments stamp set.  The arrows were colored with a Wink of Stella Glitter Pen and covered with Glossy Accents for sparkle and dimension.  Glittery sparkles and gems were added to the cupcake just because I wanted a girly, girl card!

Thanks so much for stopping by…have a wonderfully blessed day!


1 comment:

Andrea La Vigne said...

Such a pretty card! I hope your great-niece's parents save it so she can look at it when she gets older and be reminded how much you love her. Thanks so much for sharing this!