Friday, December 14, 2012

... Hanging the Wreath ...


This is my 2nd post today,
please scroll down for the current QKR Stampede Challenge
 
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It Friday and that means a NEW Fabulous Freebie Friday in our Sassy Studio Designs Group over at Paper Craft Planet.  Every Friday at 8:00 AM EST a new discussion is opened in our SSD Group. With those discussions comes a NEW FREE image along with a Challenge. The image is only available for 24-hrs!!!

We are in Week 2 of our Embellishments Challenge ... use three (3) different embellishments on your project.

the FREE image this week is called "Hanging the Wreath"
 

After coloring my stamp with Copic Markers, she was fussy cut out.  I pulled out this House Shaped Card that I picked up over the Summer from The Paper Cut Co.  I layered some cream colored cardstock of the card, applied some Brown Washi Tape for the roof, added Icicle Stickles to the roof to represent snow, and some hanging lights stickers.  Once this was done I made the door with a yellow brad for the door knob, added a white window, attached the Sassy lady Hanging the Wreath, and then applied some X-mas Red Stickles to the Wreath.

The rest of the Sassy Designers created some amazing projects with "Hanging the Wreath", so come on over to the SSD Group, grab your FREE image, and join in the FUN for a chance to win some Sassy Studio Designs Stamps of your choice! Remember that she is only available for 24-hrs. You say you're not a member? Come on over and join the SSD Group, it's as easy as 1-2-3!

Until next time ... Enjoy!

Ruza

Copic Markers:  E00, E11, E13, E07, E09, YR14, YR24, W4, W2, W0, W00, RV34, BV23, V01, V17, V15, V12, G09, RV29, R29, R89

5 comments:

Jovan said...

Super cute!

Emily Keaton said...

Totally cute, Ruza! Shaped cards are so much fun. The string of Christmas lights is an awesome touch!

Robin said...

Love the house card and the lights punch is adorable! Hugs, Robin

Kate said...

So cute.

Lori aka lorib117 said...

Ruza, I love this house shaped card. What a great idea!