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Spring Chicken

This is my final post on the August Guest Diva Design team for Sweet 'N Sassy Stamps. I really enjoyed working with Sweet 'N Sassy's fun images.

For today, since my birthday was yesterday and I thought the sentiment was spot on, I decided to share this card made with Spring Chicken. Isn't she sassy and fun? I'm afraid to admit I think she has a bit more flair in accessorizing than I do.







Thank you again to Kim and Korin for the wonderful opportunity to be on the Guest DT for Sweet 'N Sassy Stamps.

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a great day.

Challenges:


Supplies:

  • Images: Spring Chicken & Chicken Sentiments from Sweet 'N Sassy
  • Papers & CS: SU Bella Birds DP, PTI kraft CS, Georgia Pacific white CS
  • Inks: SU Bordering Blue
  • Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities, Big Shot, MFT scalloped edge die, SU markers, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: Sakura Gelly Roll clear glitter pen, misc. ribbon and dew drops

Comments

Karen B. said…
Happy belated birthday! What a fun image and sentiment, sure makes me smile! And I do say, that chicken does have some fabulous accessories!
jaimie said…
Hi Cheryl,

What a lovely card and funny stamps :-)

Greetings, jaimie
Karin said…
Way cute and I love how the image extendes above the panel it's on. Your cards always have that unique touch :)
Linda Robinson said…
This is so so cute.. I love it!
Karen said…
Lovely! Thanks for joining us at Digi Doodle Shops Best.
xx
Dawn said…
What a fun image Cheryl! Love your coloring as usual. Happy Belated Birthday sweetie!
Tammy said…
This is adorable Cheryl! I LOVE that sentiment!
chris said…
Hi Happy Birthday for yesterday, hope you had a good one.
your card is so pretty and gorgeous. hugs chris xx
Audrey said…
How stinkin' cute! I love that chicken! We are having a DT call right now, you should put your name in! Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments and don't forget to join in our new monthy drawing going on right now.
Marlene said…
Love this sassy little card!
Happy Belated Birthday!!!! I hope you had a nice celebration!!!!!

What a great chickie image!! She looks darlin' under her umbrella!

I love the pp you used along with the sentiment!!

Again, Happy (belated) Birthday!
Maria
Doreen said…
Fab card great image.Thanks for sharing this with us at CYDA.xxx
li-bee-ti said…
Happy b-lated-birthday!
I love this vintage look!
Great dp and lovely image.
Thank you for playing with us on Simple Doodles and we hope to see you again next challenge!
Cora said…
Fun card. Makes me want to do some chicken cards.
Happy Birthday, hope you had a great day!!! :) Love your card, how cute is that chick ;) Have a great birthday week.
Pat (mspfd) said…
Hi Cheryl. I hope you had a very Happy Birthday! I love your card. What a super cute image!

What a fabulous design!!
KymKreates said…
Your project is outstanding! Thanks for joining us this week at Digi Doodle Shop's Best Anything Goes! Good luck and hope to see you again next time!

KymKreates
DT Coordinator
Joanne Gilch said…
Gorgeous card....cute chick!!!!!!
Riet said…
What a beautiful card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Kathy said…
Too funny, love the sentiment with the image, super cute.
1CardCreator said…
How cute is this! I love the sentiment, probably cause I'm no spring chicken either, lol. ~Diane.
Julie said…
So cute and funny! Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments
Kim P said…
Fun card! Love the scalloped dp!
Scrapaddict said…
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Scrapaddict said…
Love your card! Thanks for playing Simple Doodles!
Donna said…
such an adorable card, so cute! Thanks for joining us at CYDA this time. Hugs, Donna x
Helen Dooley said…
Happy birthday! This is just too cute. Thanks for playing along on PCC.
Sharon Caudle said…
Fabulous card!! I love it! Thanks so much for joining us at PTW!
hugs!
Sharon
Trish Hughes said…
wonderful job, thanks so much for playing along with SD!
Trish

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