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Sentimental Sundays Cute & Cuddly

It's time for a new Sentimental Sundays challenge. This week our challenge is "Cute & Cuddly". Don't forget a sentiment! We also have a special guest designer joining our team this week. My 9-year old daughter has joined the fun. Please stop by her blog to check out her project (and leave a comment. She loves them!)




I made this flower using some old fabric and tulle that I found in the basement. The tulle is pink and was left over from a princess birthday party for my daughter from several years ago. I was inspired by this tutorial from Linda, the Funkie Junkie. The textured, brown piece was punched out of a Starbucks coffee sleeve. I love the texture of these things.

Thank you for stopping by! Don't forget to join in the Sentimental Sundays "Cute & Cuddly" challenge. The challenge is being sponsored by Heart Song Designs. Stop by the blog to see all the lovely creations from the DT and to get the challenge details.



Supplies:

  • Stamps: Garden Bun Bun Fairy by Meljen's Designs & Garden Bun Bun Sentiments from Raindrop Echo Designs (Both available on Whimsy Stamps)
  • Inks: None
  • Papers: PaperTrey white CS, Neenah Crest solar white CS, Stampin' Up Bashful Blue CS & Bella Bird CS
  • Tools: Sewing Machine, Big Shot, PaperTrey Victorian Lace, Beautiful Blooms II #1 & Banner Basics die, Copic Markers
  • Embellishments: Starbucks coffee sleeve, pink tulle, white linen, LuminArte Icicles, Liquid Pearls Opal, Paper Studio brad, Prismacolor white pencil

Challenge:



Comments

Anne Marie said…
Yup, this IS very cute and cuddly!! Love that sweet image and the paper piercing is a great accent. Everything about this is adorable, Cheryl! Love it! :)
Cheryl said…
oh this is one,cute image hun and the love paper piercing on this,just great hugs cheryl xxxxx
Karin said…
Awesome flower and that border is so cool! Such a sweet card for spring!
Kathy and Lucky said…
What a great card, love all the different textures and the flower, they all just fit this fun image, love it. Will stop by your daughters blog, how exciting for her.
Karen B. said…
Your card surely is cute, great colors!
I love that you used the starbucks sleeve on the card and that tulle flower is terrific!!!
What an adorable rabbit!!! Great work :)
Maria
Anita said…
Very sweet card Cheryl. Your coloring is beautiful and I love the papers and your layout. Love that border punch.
Mandy said…
Another gorgeous card Cheryl...I love the sweet little rabbit and your layout and papers are as lovely as ever...Love the border...I'll go and checkout your daughter's now..
Mandy x
AN said…
Kaunis ja taitavasti iehty kortti!
Kiitos osallistumisesta ABC-haasteeseen tällä viikolla!
Onnea arvontaan!
Ihanaa kevään jatkoa sinulle !
Sandi said…
Cheryl - love your handmade flower, nice job!
Thanks for playing in our 'Flowers OR Flowers and Pearls' challenge!
♥ Sandi
DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!
and Pattie's shop
Home of Pattieboop and Allie!
xiumaiyuki said…
ok, you have to stop enabling with these adorable images and the fabulousness you do with them!!! :o)
Riet said…
So gorgeous card Cheryl,I love the image and your papers.

Hugs Riet.xx
Joanne Gilch said…
love the sewing and the pearls....and the link to the flower...fabulous...she made it look so easy...probably was...right?
Great use of the Starbucks wrapper/huggie.
mforquer said…
GORGEOUS Cheryl!!! Love it! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations this week!
hugs,
M
Kimberly S said…
Adorable card Cheryl. Very clever using the sleeve that way! :)
Angela said…
What a fabulous card! Love your take on the challenge! ingenious using a sleeve!!! thank you for playing with us at Frosted Designs this week! xx
Gorgeous coloring on this darling image. Thanks for joining us at Going Grey with Scrap-creations!
Dawn said…
Hey Cheryl,

Love your image and your coloring is lovely! Great card! Thank you for playing along at OSCC!
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scrappingmom73 said…
Love your flower and the use of the coffee sleeve! What a great idea! Thanks for playing along with us at Frosted Designs!
Lydia
Kim P said…
This is sooo precious! And I absolutely love that Bella Bird dp!!
Well I'd say you hit the challenge mark on the head. Definitely cute and cuddly! Super Sweet!
Erin R said…
love your stamp and your layers!! thanks for playing with frosted designs!!
1CardCreator said…
Sweet card Cheryl, love that flower too!
Jackie said…
Hey Cheryl! I'm so glad to see you playing in the Etsy Inspired challenge!!!! Your card is gorgeous & I adore that image....great design too!!!!!!!!
Audrey Pettit said…
What a sweet card! I just love those papers and colors and love the Starbuck's sleeve on here. Adorable image and super fun flower you created. Love the sentiment tab on the side, too.
Cec said…
Adorable card. Love your handmade flower. Thanks for joining us at Phindy's Place.
Hugs!
Cec
Cec said…
Thanks for joining us at Sugar Creek Hollow with this card. The papers and stitching are great and how clever to recycle the Starbucks sleeve.
Hugs!
Cec
Dorcas said…
THis is gorgeous Cheryl! Thanks so much for playing with us at Phindy’s! We really love to have you with us.:-)
Hugs,
Dorcas
Tammy said…
This is sooo cute Cheryl! I love that image and your stitching is fabulous!! :)
Regan said…
Cheryl, this is absolutely adorable! Love the hand-made flower and the recycling of the Starbucks sleeve! Such a cute image too! Thanks for playing along @ SSD! :)
Shelly said…
Beautiful card and great bunny image, thanks for joining us at The Creative Cottage! Shelly x
Pattie G said…
Cheryly,
What a cute card! I love how you used our theme for this weeks challenge. Thanks for joining us this week at Pattie’s Creations Design Challenge.
Hugs ♥
de said…
Cute!

Thanks for playing EtsyInspired this week!
Kiki said…
Wow, this is fantastic! Such a cute image! Love this hugh flower - it looks gorgeous!

Thanks so much for joining us at Hanna & Friends this week.

Hugs, Kiki
Ayelet {Jenny} said…
Oh what a cute image and a pretty card! Thank you for playing with us at BTC&G and good luck! X
Cute image and beautiful colours combo! I love your card! ;)
Beverly Montez said…
Hey Cheryl!
Keeping warm up there in Wisconsin?
This card is awesome. Way to recycle, girl! That image is darling and I love your paper choices. Thanks for joining us at Fairy Fun Fridays this week.
XO
Beverly
Hannapanna said…
Such a sweet card. Thanks for joining us over at By the Cute and Girly this month and good luck. Hugs, Hanna
Lori said…
I absolutely love your flower, thanks for joining us at our Spring theme at the Fairy Fun Friday blog.

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