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Rosie Posie

Happy Fourth of July to my American friends! 

I’m a day late with my post.  I think I have mentioned before that my life has gotten crazy busy lately.  Anyhow, I completely forgot to type up my post.  I did my project, took the pictures, had my list of supplies ready, but forgot the rest.   Doh!  So, I hope my project was worth the wait.

 

For my project this week, I used the adorable Rosie Posie digital stamp from Whimsy & Stars Studio.    She is just so sweet!   I had fun popping up the flower on her hat and adding some liquid pearls for some texture and interest.

 

2012-07-03 WSS Rosie Posie WM

Here is a closer look at Rosie.  I actually broke out my Stickles.  I usually forget to use them but thought they would be perfect on her tutu.

 

2012-07-03 WSS Rosie Posie 2 WM

So what’s going on to keep me so busy lately?  Besides my job, I have lots of family stuff that I am trying to take care of.  The tendonitis in my daughter’s Achilles heel has not gotten better with rest so she is starting PT.    She also needs to sit out of summer camp and if we do anything with a lot of walking, she needs to be in a wheel chair to give the tendon time to heal.   So I have busily trying to come up with the “B” plan for her during the day while I am at work. 

My poor dog, Summer, has had another flair up of her vestibular disease.   I feel so bad for her.  Even though she is dizzy, she is determined to do everything that she usually does, which means she falls down a lot.  (Or I fall down trying to help her up and down the stairs and keep her on her feet.)

I’m also planning a party for my dad’s 70th birthday.  (You can see a picture that is only a couple years old of him here.)(And yes, I’m ashamed to admit he probably still can beat me in a foot race…)

So these things, along with life in general, have been keeping me out of my craft room and off my computer as much as usual.   Don’t worry, I’ll be back.  (In my head that is in my best Arnold voice.)  With a little luck, I’ll be in there busily crafting away as you are reading my post. 

 

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  Rosie Posie (digital image) by Whimsy and Stars Studio
  • Inks:  None
  • Papers:  Neenah Crest solar white CS, Papertrey kraft CS, Candy Hearts Bazzill CS, October Afternoon Sidewalks DP pad
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Stampin’ Up edge punch, Copic markers
  • Embellishments:  Clear Spica pen, Hug Snug winter white seam binding, Paper Studio pearls & gemstones, Cotton Candy Stickles, Buttercup Liquid Pearls, misc. button & bakers twine

Challenges:

Comments

Anita said…
Cheryl, this card is sooo cute! Beautiful coloring and I love the pink ;) Fabulous papers and love the popped up flower. Yes, it was worth the wait! I hope things slow down for you soon.
Kathy and Lucky said…
My goodness, I am exhausted just reading about what you are doing, you poor thing. Hope things get better soon :) Your card is well worth the wait, how adorable with that flower and love how you did the background around her, I forget about that, thanks for the inspiration.
Lisa M said…
Oh what you do with your cards....amazes me! This is beyond adorable!!!!!!
Annette said…
aww how adorable...I just love this little image and that cute big flower on her head...too cute...lovely card...great color combo..
Dana said…
Adorable Cheryl!! I love how you popped up the flower and her dotty background is so cute! Your layout and stitching is simply amazing : )
hugs~
Dana
Well, she is just TOO adorable! Love the addition of the liquid pearls!

You ARE super busy! Hope PT works for Liz and the party planning goes nicely! How fun!!!!

We've got 30 people coming for bbq today! HEaded to store!

Happy 4th!
Lynn's Place said…
Thanks for joining us at Clear it out Tuesday Challenge...wonderful work here always enjoy seeing what everyone has to show us...cya again real soon <((><
ger76 said…
Super cute card Cheryl, love the colours!!!
Thanx so much for joining us at Crafty Bloggers Network Challenge

Ger x
CBN DT
ParkNSlide said…
Love the touch of Stickles...yummy colors! Thanks for posting in the Stamp N Plus "Anything Goes" challenge.
Laine said…
Hi Cheryl, This is so sweet. She is a beauty and so well coloured. Lots of lovely detail.
Thank you so much for joining us at Totally Paper Crafts this week.
Hugs
Line
X
Pia S said…
How cute is this! Adorable!
Jo Davies said…
Love this card great colours and love the papers and fab design! You do sound really busy.... Jo xxxx
A fab card Cheryl! I love all the stitching :) Sarah x
Spotted it on MIM.
Riet said…
What a beautiful card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Ani said…
What an adorable card! Thanks for joining our Ribbon and bow challenge over at BMD this week! Ani
Anonymous said…
Great card, thanks for joining in the CBN challenge
Shelby said…
Sounds like a crazy busy life!! Dang is your dad fit or what...good for him and hope it keeps him young for many many more years. Love the bright colors of your card and this image is just so sweet.

Shelby
Ellapu said…
really cute thank you for joining us over at poodles Parlour this week
Elaine DT
Tracy said…
Although i don't have the seriousness of your daughter's injury to deal with i can certainly sympathize with the time crunch issue. Don't worry though, your post was well worth waiting for. She's adorable Cheryl. Beautiful colors and I love her popped up hat and sparkly skirt Hope your doggie gets better. I have to help mine up the steps too. She's fell so many times she refuses to go up any more. Hugs!
Theresa said…
Is this card ever just too cute!! I love the dots you put behind her. The colors and layout are awesome. I need to get this image. Thanks for the inspiration.
Renee said…
Cheryl, Rosie was definitely worth the wait! She is so adorable & as always colored to perfection!
Sorry to hear of all the worries in your life....hope all is back on track soon.
Hugs, Renee
Sue from Oregon said…
Darling Cheryl...cute image and fun dotted halo too! I say Enjoy your summer to the fullest..!!! Happy 4th to you!
Shirley-anne said…
Hi Cheryl
Love those background papers and the sweet image along with the bling on the punched edging .
Thanks for sharing on Make it Monday .
gina g said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl i love the cute image and colours.Thanks for joining us at Bearly Mine this week and good luck. luv gina xx

PS i have candy on my blog if your interested http://ginaskraftyplace.blogspot.co.uk/
This is so sweet, and i love your colour choices. Thanks for joining us at Bearly Mine, good luck and hope to see you again.
Hugs
Tracey
Thankyou for sharing your lovely creation at One Stitch at a Time. This is perfect for our Use a Digi theme. Good luck with the Challenge. Judy x DT
Fuzzy Slippers said…
This is precious! Love the flower center detailing. :)
Sassy Cheryl said…
Gorgeous as always Cheryl! Love, love, love this sweet little image and your card is simply stunning!
Thanks for playing along in the Anything Goes challenge this week at Sassy Cheryl's.
Bonnie Irvine said…
I love everything about this card: thelayering, the stitching, the sweetly coloured image, the twine, the dimension. So Cute! Thanks for linking up with our Anything Goes Challenge at Stamp N Plus.
Violets Corner said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl, love the cute image and your colouring.

Thank you for sharing with Creatalicious Challenges this month.

Warm hugs
Maarit
Emily H said…
Thanks for the comment Cheryl. :)
Elizabeth said…
Such a sweet little bear! Love the colors and DP. I especially love the little pearls in the flower!
Desire Fourie said…
Just love this – very creative. Wishing you a fab Friday.
Hugs
Desíre
Digistamps4Joy DT Member
Doing Life
Cassidy said…
Such a cute card. I love the details of the sewing and the bakers twine.
Arabella said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl! I love the design and the colours are fab! I hope things calm down for you soon!

Arabella
Cyndie said…
Awwww, such a cutie! You have so many wonderful details in this card, like the glittery highlights and the interesting dotted background. And your coloring of this cute image is awesome!
Fabulous card Cheryl! She is a sweetie and the colours look really lush. What a yummy project :). Hope things slow down a little so you can get some time to breathe and craft!
Nikki Byrne said…
Great card :o) Love the digi!!! Thank you for joining us at OSAAT this week for our Use a digi challenge and good luck. Hugs

Nikki DT
Elaine said…
Oh Cheryl this is the sweetest little bear, I love this card and I also love how you put the dotty spots around the image it looks amazing I must try that . well done this is a gorgeous card Hugs Elaine
Jennie said…
Such a bright and cheerful card you've made with all the pressures you have. Thank you for joining us at OSAAT with such a sweet creation. Jennie DT.
KraftyKoolKat said…
This is so gorgeous, I love the popped flower. Sorry you daughter and dog are suffering I hope they are both well soon. Hats off to your Dad, I wouldn't want to go up that high for less at 70.

Hugs
Cathy
xxxxx
Mary J said…
So very pretty Cheryl - I love this cutie pie!
jimlynn said…
PRECIOUS!!! Love the little image and the stickles are so perfect on this. Adorable card!
Lynn
Lorraine said…
What a pretty card and love that cute image! Love how you colored her and her flower hat!
Oh My this is lovely! I love the image and all the papers you used. Thanks so much for linking up with HIMCR this week. DT AJ~
Karin said…
Cute, cute cute! Love the popped up flower and the glitter too!
Shanna Shands said…
Great card. Such a sweet image. Thanks for playing with Great Impressions.
Julia said…
Absolutely in love with your project! Thanks for sharing!
I saw this on Make it Monday!
These are my entries: # 129, #158, #160, #162, # 250 and #252 would love it if you could visit.
There is also some candy HERE!
Hugs,
Julia
1CardCreator said…
Sweet card Cheryl, love the dotted shading on the image too. Impressive picture of your Dad at 67!
Wedgie said…
I love this card, all those papers are soooo pretty! Wedgie xxx
What a sweet card!!! Thanks for participating in our Chocolate,Coffee and Cards challenge this week! Hope to see you again next week!!!
~DEANNE~
SusanLotus said…
Awww, this is so sweet! :)
mimibricole said…
this is such a lovely card... this stamp is way toooo cute!
thanks for sharing your card with us at cupcake craftroom
Cindy Groh said…
Aww. How sweet. This little image and your coloring are awesome. Thanks for joining us at Stamp N Plus this month.
Mary J said…
Me again! forgot to say thanks for joining us at the Cupcake Craftroom honey!

Mary J x
Stunning Card! LOVE the Image & The Colors!! Thank you for playing with us this time at Stamp N Plus! We Hope you Come Back and Play with us again soon!

Many Blessings,
Tina

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