Saturday, June 16, 2012

Sassy Studio Designs Wedding Savenger Hunt

June has been an exciting month at Sassy Studio Designs and we want to make it even more exciting my having a "wedding savenger hunt" hop this weekend. Stop by Sassy Studio Designs for all the details.

You should have arrived here from Soma's blog. If not, click on the link to get back on track.

Meet Sexy Bride. I colored the image with Copics and highlighted her veil and shoes with the Copic Spica glitter pen. I used a satin finish "jacquard stripe" design paper. Next using paper from the DCWV Metallic stack I used the Cuttlebug "Swirls" embossing folder. On one long side of that same paper I used a Martha Stewart "lacey hearts" edge punch. I also used a Martha Stewart punch for the branches and the butterfly both being cut from a DCWV Christmas & Winter Glitter Matstick cardstock. The image was popped up with 1/4" thick foam dots. The chipboard sentiment is for "Studio 112" from Joanns. Not being one that "can leave well enough alone" I cut the wedding rings from the Cricut "Sweethearts" cartridge. The hearts are the punchouts from the Martha Stewart edge punch while the "filmstrip" is from Tim Holtz and the rice in the lower right corner is from my kitchen! Finally the organza ribbon is from my stash.

Your next stop on the hop trail should be our very talented DT member Kathy of Will Stamp for Wine. Don't forget to leave comments at every stop for a chance to win free digis. The list below is a listing of all the stops along the way.

SSD http://sassystudiodesigns.blogspot.com/
Rebecca http://sydneyssentiments.blogspot.com/
Soma http://craftwithcolours.blogspot.in/
Rachelle http://www.imblackmartha.blogspot.com/
Kathy http://willstampforwine.blogspot.com/
Mary www.mystampinhide-away.blogspot.com
Karen http://busybusyhoneybee.wordpress.com/

Challenges entered:
Crafty Catz - embossing

sparkle - http://www.sparklee.com

21 comments:

  1. I absolutely LOVE the way you have coloured this image in!!! Stunning!! And a beautiful card and sentiment!
    Nat -x-

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  2. WOW, Rachelle!!! This is fabulous!!! LOVE your coloring, and the color you've used are so pretty! Great card!!

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  3. This is stunning! I love how you did the background paper with the embossing and love how you have the sentiment! This is awesome - as usual!
    Hugs,
    Karen C (your Sassy Sister)
    www.busybusyhoneybee.wordpress.com

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  4. This is beautiful as usual Rachellle. The red hair is lovely. I really like the branches and bow at the top, it looks like she is under an arch. But my absolute favorite part is the rice, brilliant!

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  5. Rachelle: Love all the added special elements right down to the rice. Beautiful creation.

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  6. This is beautiful as-usual Rachellle...........Love her red hair!!!!!

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  7. Gorgeous! I love the added film strip and the sentiment is perfect! Also love the heart border. HUGS

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  8. Hi Rachelle! This is GORGEOUS! I love the hearts, rings, filmstrip and butterfly! They all make the perfect embellishments for this lovely card to treasure always.
    I'm offering some blog candy this weekend! I hope that you can stop by!
    Warmest Hugs, Sheryl

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  9. WOW Martha this is fabulous! I love the rings and the rice especially. You colored her so pretty. This card is just stunning. Hugs, Robin

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  10. What a beautiful card and all the work that when into it!

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  11. Beautiful card...I love all the details!

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  12. Rachelle, this is just beautiful! I love all the added details.

    -Lori SSD DT

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  13. Rice?!?! Genius, Rachelle! It's such a beautiful card! The branches in the organza bow are a fantastic detail! As is the film strip! Your bride is beautifully colored! Love the blue "glow" to her dress especially! Great chipboard sentiment too! :)
    {hugs}
    Regan

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  14. Looks like you got them all. something blue....lots of beautiful blues . now which would count as something new ? I would pick the wonderfully creative and appropriate wedding rings. we could count the ribbon as something old as it came from your stash. You even have the rice. what a great finishing touch

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  15. She is Beautiful!!!! Love the color and those rings are such a nice touch. I really like her red hair too.

    Hugs,
    Kate

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  16. Gorgeous, Rachelle! Love the blue and white, and she looks awesome as a red-head.

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  17. Oohhh! I love what you did here! The backdrop really showcases the bride and your awesome coloring! Gorgeous!
    HUGS! ;o)

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  18. This is just stunning. Your coloring is AMAZING, and I love the colors you chose. That blue embossed background really makes the image pop, and the border punch is fabulous.

    xx Star

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  19. This is simply gorgeous! I love the colors, the details, the layout....I love it all!

    Jackie, SSD DT

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