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Sentimental Sundays #22 - Let's See Some Dimension

The new Sentimental Sundays challenge is "Let's See Some Dimension". I enjoyed making this card because the image reminds me of my daughter when she still had long hair.



This picture shows the dimension a little better.



I used Hug Snug seam binding to tie a double bow. The snowflakes are layered to add a bit more dimension.

Please join the Sentimental Sundays "Let's See Some Dimension". The rules are really easy - create a new project (it can be combined with other challenges), use a sentiment, and follow the challenge theme. You can use any stamps or products that you would like. For more information or to link up your creation, go to the Sentimental Sundays blog. Remember that Ann Vento of Raindrop Echo Designs posts a new freebie each week.

I hope you are having a great week end. I think I am finally getting a craft room. Currently, I have everything put away and then I drag it out to the kitchen table when I want to craft. Then I put it all way when I am done for the evening or for dinner time. I am to excited to get a space to use and I can leave partially completed projects out. If you have any tips on things that work great or maybe don't work so well in your craft space, I would love to hear them. I don't have much of a budget and a chunk of that is going to have to go for some decent lighting in the room.


Challenges:


Supplies:
  • Stamps: Lily in Her Winter Coat from Pink Cat Studios, Tree Trimming Trios from PaperTrey
  • Papers & CS: PaperTrey white CS, GP white CS, Stampin' Up Pretty in Pink CS, BasicGrey Eskimo Kisses DP,Wausau Paper Metallics CS
  • Inks: Close To My Heart Blush
  • Tools: Fiskars edge punch, EK Success snowflake punch, Stampin' Up word window punch, Big Shot, Spellbinders Oval Nestabilities, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: Hug Snug Winter White seam binding, Fun Flock, Paper Studios gemstones

Comments

Leanne said…
This card is adorable Cheryl! I love that sweet image and the paper piecing looks awesome! Love all your embellishments!
Micki said…
wow, another gorgeous card. Love it.

I'm even more impressed at your card making skills knowing you don't have a permanent craft space.

hugs
jaimie said…
Hi Cheryl,

What a sweet card, with lovely details!!

Greetings, jzimie
chris said…
Hi Cheryl, love your card the paper piecing is gorgeous.
have a happy new room, just dont be like me, when I was doing it on the kitchen table my craft storage area was very tidy, now I have a room its just piled up on the worktop as I no longer have to tidy away for other people, I'm sure you wont be like this its just me thats untidy!
back soon love chris xx
Joanne Gilch said…
This card is pure brilliance. Love every thing about it.
I am so excited for you and your new space...you must be on pins and needles with the anticipation!
Karen B. said…
This is a masterpiece! What a perfect choice of colors and your layers are amazing!
Rose Petal said…
Hello Cheryl. This is beautiful. What a lot of work, time and effert has gone into this. Lovely design and colours, cute image and the sparkle effect. Thank you for joining us at Tellens Place, hope to see you again soon. Happy crafting.
With love, Sandra xx
Lawren said…
What a lovely card. Thank you for joining us at AIF.

Lawren - DT Member
Kate said…
OMG this is SOOOOO cute. I love the image and the colours you've used!
Gorgeous.
Maria Matter said…
Gorgeous Cheryl!! love the soft colors of these pretty papers!
hugs & blessings!
I love her! She is soooo pretty! This card is just outstanding! I love all your dimensions!! And her little muff! I used to have a white (fake) fur one growing up - he he.

Congrats getting a craft space! I love mine. I HAVE to keep things out in view in order to use them. If they go into drawers or behind cabinet doors, I forget what I have!

Enjoy creating your space!!
Maria
Joanna K said…
Beautiful, beautiful card, Cheryl! I love the colours and the image is so sweet! Pure loveliness...;0
Kathy said…
Oh this is just adorable!! I love this paper and the paper piecing is brilliant!! Lovely layout and gorgeous bow!!
:)Kathy
What an adorable card! I love the colors, the image and your paper piecing perfect. Congrats on your craft space, how exciting!
Debra said…
Cheryl...this is STUNNING. Thanks for sharing
Tammy said…
Om Gosh this is adorable Cheryl! I love that image and your paper piecing!!
racinggrandma61 said…
Great job. Love your project. TYSVM for joining us at AiFactory and please be sure to come back and play with us again.

Laralee DT
racinggrandma61 said…
Great job. Love your project. TYSVM for joining us at AiFactory and please be sure to come back and play with us again.

Laralee DT
Ceal said…
how adorable! great job with the challenge. I love it
Just Me said…
What an adorable card. The colors are just fantastic.
Kati said…
What a great composition of challenges - thanks für playing paperminutes and sharing it with us.
hugs
mamapia
Beautiful~ Love the paper piecing!

Tee
Joynana said…
Beautiful card, the colors the image everything just works together. Love it. Thanks for joining us at Tellen's Place. Hope to see you again soon.
Terry Oulboub said…
I just love this card, so perfect paper pieced and the papers are so well coordinated! It is like a Laura Ashley design (if I have the name right). The image is so cute and I love that bow - great texture! What a fantastic card! Thanks for joining us at Tellen's Place this week! :~)
WOW, what an amazing card!!! I absolutely love all of the dimension and that fun DP. Thanks so much for taking the time to play along in this weeks Shining the Light Challenge!! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina
1CardCreator said…
This is beautiful Cheryl, I love the paper piecing and all the dimension you have added! That was the perfect paper for the coat and hat! I just love it! ~Diane
Anesha said…
Beautiful card, love the sweet image. Hugs
tampatha said…
I love the colors of your card and the paper piecing you did is fantastic! thanks for playing this week at AIF
-Tammy DT Lead
Ellie said…
So so cute!! Love the paper piecing. And the papers are just gorgeous.
Thanks so much for joining us at DT.
This is SO adorable in pinks and blues. I love how you paper pieced her outfit. Too cute.
An adorable card.
Thankyou for joining us at Tellen's Place and hope to see you back again soon
This is absolutely gorgeous!! I so love your coloring and paper piecing! Your dp and layout with the details are perfect! Beautiful take on the Wing it challenge at ODBD Shining the Light. Thanks for joining us this week.
Anne Marie said…
Oh my goodness, oh my goodness I LOVE THIS!! The colors, the image, the design...all adorable! You did an outstanding job on this card! :)
Anonymous said…
Thanks for sharing this link, but unfortunately it seems to be down... Does anybody have a mirror or another source? Please reply to my post if you do!

I would appreciate if a staff member here at shestamps.blogspot.com could post it.

Thanks,
Mark
Annika said…
I admired your card in the gallery already - such gorgeous colours and the paper piecing ties it all together into a gorgeous perfection!
Hugs
Annika
Chrissy D said…
ADORABLE card, Cheryl! Love the cheerful colors. Hope you are having a good week!
Karin said…
This is just way too cute! Just adorable in you usual fabulous way :) Thanks for all the blog visits while I was away.
Dorcas said…
Oh Cheryl, I am sooooo in love with this card!It is so beautiful, I just love it to pieces. And speaking of pieces, I love your paper piecing. Really gorgeous. :-)
Faye said…
What's not too like about this absolutely adorable card?! Love the papers, image, paper piecing, LO, all of it really! ;)
xxx
Samantha said…
Oh this is so pretty! and really inspiring card! I really love your paper piecing, thanks for stopping by my blog today too! hugs Samantha :0)
Suzie McFloozy said…
This is just perfect - I had to pop over after seeing it at sentimental sundays to tell you how much I love it x
That image is just soooo darling x
Thanks so much for sharing x
((hugs)) Suzie xx
Paper Addict said…
STuNNiNG!!! a beautiful beautiful work of art, hugs, ronnie
Marlene said…
Oooooh!!! I LOVE the paper piecing! This is beautiful!
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Jane said…
Hi Cheryl
I love your card the image you used is so cute.
Luv Jane xxx
Anette said…
A beautiful card!
Thanks for joining us at Scrappekammeret!
Anette :)
how cute! love the glitter! I'm glad you are getting a craft room, it is nice to leave a mess out if you need to!
Ingrid said…
What a gorgeous card! The colours, the textures, the dimensions - yummy!!!!! Absolutely fantastic!
Thank you so much for playing along at Scrappekammeret,
Ingrid
Anita Hovey said…
Oooh...that's just scrumptious! Love the colors and the piecing! thanks for sharing at Raise the Bar this week!
Andrea said…
This is super gorgeous! Your detail is stunning!
Andrea
Tracey said…
This is so pretty Cheryl, I love everything about it :)

Hugs
Tracey
xx
Stampin Mindy said…
Love the paper piecing and dimension. Gorgeous card.

Thanks so much for joining us over at Wild Orchid Crafts Challenge Blog.

Hugs, Mindy
Tazza said…
Love your card it is absolutely fabulous. Thanks so much for joining us at MyGrafico Challenges!
Guro said…
Really cute card you have made :-D
I love the colors.
Thank you so much for playing at Scrappekammeret.
Hugs Guro
Jane Matsumoto said…
This is absolutely darling! So soft and sweet! Good luck with your entry!

hugs,
Jane

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