Friday, July 31

ANYA-versary & Purple Series 2

Happy ANYA-versary! The Greeting Farm is celebrating one year of business - one year of adorable Anya's and Ian's - one year of being fabulous! I decided to take part in the blog hop for several reasons: a party is always FUN, to showcase Stampin' Up! Cottage Wall Designer Series Paper, and bonus - to have a reason to try out my new Copic markers.
  • My Rich Razzleberry card base is cut to standard size and layered with Orchid Opulence and a polka-dot selection from Cottage Wall Designer Series Paper. The purples in this paper collection are wonderful - a perfect fit for this week's Our Creative Corner challenge.
  • I zipped the Oval Scallop Frame Bigz Die through my Big Shot with 2 prints from Cottage Wall. I love how the purple stripes are on a bias - so sassy (and a totally wonderful accident). Using Stampin' Dimensionals I 'popped' the frame for the scalloped oval.
  • Miss. Anya was stamped onto Whisper White with Palette Ink and heat set. I opted to paper piece her outfit. A polka-dot top and Orchid Opulence shorts seemed just right for a day of shopping. Her bags of goodies are also paper pieced using Kraft, Chocolate Chip, and another snippet of Cottage Wall DP. The rest of Anya is colored with Copics. There's a first time for everything! How did I do??
  • Is there anything more sassy than rhinestones? I think not! Green 'gems' adorn Miss. Anya's hair bow and shoes. I also added a few to the upper corner. What can I say -- I'm a girl that loves a little sparkle!
  • A few paper blossoms with button middles are my favorite sassy somethings today. The sentiment, 'classy and fabulous' is part of Coco Chanel's famous saying, "A girl should be two things... classy and fabulous". My mom is definitely both of these things, and I promise I've seen pictures of her during high school years with this exact hair-do. All in all this is the perfect card to wish my mom (and The Greeting Farm) a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Thanks for stopping by!!

Stamps: Miss. Anya (The Greeting Farm)
Paper: Rich Razzleberry (115316), Orchid Opulence (100969), Whisper White (100730), Cottage Wall Designer Series (115671)
Ink: Pallette Ink - Black, Old Olive (102277)
Tools: Scallop Oval Frame Bigz Die (114521)
Sassy Somethings: Spare Parts Paper Flowers, Buttons, Rhinestones

Thursday, July 30

Debut of Pals Paper Arts!

I am thrilled to welcome you not only to Sassy Stampin' but also to introduce you to Pals Paper Arts! Myself and my stampin' Pals have been working non-stop to create this unique site for Paper Arts Challenges. We'll be using exclusively Stampin' Up! products, but we encourage participants to just PLAY - any and all brands of supplies and stamps are welcome! This week we're hosting a Color Challenge:
  • A Melon Mambo card base (standard) gets thing started and is topped with 2 layers of card stock: Bermuda Bay and Chocolate Chip. A patterned Bermuda layer from the Thoroughly Modern Designer Series Paper collection adds a bit of swirly (and sassy) delight.
  • I zipped a piece of Chocolate Chip polka-dots through my Big Shot using the Top Note die... I love this shape!
  • Melon Mambo Polka-Dot Grosgrain (I opted for the solid side of this fabulous reversible ribbon) runs across the bottom and is accented with two Chocolate Chip Corduroy Brads... today's sassy somethings.
  • I adore the Rose is a Rose stamp set. I chose it when I joined Stampin' Up! as a demonstrator as part of my Starter Kit and have been in love ever since. A Rose Is A Rose is a 2-Step Stampin' set. (There is a base stamp as well as a 'shadow' stamp for each of the images.) I inked the base rose image in Regal Rose and stamped it onto Whisper White. Then, using my Stamp-a-ma-jig, I lined up the images and stamped the second layer in Melon Mambo. This same process was repeated for the buds. TIP: Baby wipes are perfect for cleaning your Stamp-a-ma-Jig and keeping all that ink off your hands! Of course, with a 9 month old in the house, I always have a ready supply.
  • Stampin' Dimensionals were used to pop my flowers. I even trimmed a portion of a large rose to layer and 'pop' -- the added dimension is stunning! I only used the base image for the leaves - Bermuda Bay on Whisper White.
  • A quick sentiment courtesy of Matchbox Messages completes the card. It was stamped in Chocolate Chip onto Kraft card stock and punched using the 1.25" Circle Punch. A Scallop Circle in Bermuda Bay highlights the sentiment. For the final touch, a bright pink button from my 'button bin' accents the floral bouquet.
Now, head on over to Pals Paper Arts to check out the rest of the Design Team's creations and get ALL the details on how YOU can participate in this week's Color Challenge.

Stamps: A Rose Is A Rose (111560), Matchbox Messages (113800)
Paper: Melon Mambo (115320), Bermuda Bay (115317), Chocolate Chip card stock (102128) and Patterns Designer Series (112164), Thoroughly Modern Designer Series (115673), Kraft (102125), Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Regal Rose (105211), Melon Mambo (115656), Bermuda Bay (115655), Chocolate Chip (100908)
Tools: Top Note Die (113463), 1.25" Circle Punch (104403), Scallop Circle Punch (109043)
Must Haves: Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Stamp-a-ma-Jig (101049)
Sassy Somethings: Chocolate Chip Corduroy Brads (114339), Melon Mambo Polka-Dot Grosgrain - reversible (115611)

Wednesday, July 29

Purple Series - 1

My mother is my biggest fan. I can always count on her to 'oooh and ahhh' over my cards. She especially loves anything with the color purple incorporated. (I literally cheered in mom's honor when Stampin' Up! announced the In Colors included Rich Razzleberry!) Her birthday is right around the corner, and I wanted to make her a set of purple cards she can use for a variety of occasions. With that thought in mind, I'm kicking off a Purple Series here on Sassy Stampin'.
  • I started with a standard A2 Rich Razzleberry card base matted with a piece of Old Olive. I opted for Patterns Designer Series Paper today in three colors: Old Olive, Crushed Curry, and Rich Razzleberry.
  • The Old Olive and Rich Razzleberry layers are each 'sassed up' with the Scallop Edge Punch. A strip of Rich Razzleberry Polka-Dot Grosgrain hides the 'seam' between the white based pattern and the Old Olive. TIP: The NEW In Color ribbon is reversible - solid on one side, polka-dots on the other. Can you say versatile?
  • I inked the dove from Special Blessings in Rich Razzleberry and stamped onto Whisper White. TIP: I love how the floral print on the dove coordinates with the floral patterned paper. Details, details. Using Stampin' Dimensionals, I popped the dove onto a piece of Crushed Curry with a small, subtle pattern. (1.75" x 2.5")
  • The sentiment, 'May God bless you...' is stamped in Rich Razzleberry and mounted onto a thin strip of Crushed Curry. A sassy 'v' on one end builds interest.
  • To add a little more Crushed Curry, I opted for a Scallop Edge border where my card opens. Can you tell I was in a bit of a scallop frenzy? I like how they unify the project.
  • Today's sassy somethings are the beautiful paper flowers (Spare Parts) I picked up at my local craft store. They are paired with buttons from the Playground Button collection. I sewed the buttons on using Linen Thread and adhered the flowers to my card base with Pop-Up Glue Dots. TIP: The More Mustard button included with the Playground Buttons is a perfect match for Crushed Curry.
Thursday, July 30th -- 5:00 am CST
Tomorrow we'll take a quick break from the Purple Series for the debut of the NEW Challenge Blog. Myself and a very special design team have put together a fabulous site dedicated to craft challenges.

You'll LOVE it, and I just know you'll want to play along! Stop in for your morning dose of Sassy Stampin' - I'll provide the challenge link.

Stamps: Special Blessings (113411)
Paper: Rich Razzleberry Card stock (115316) and Patters Designer Series (115685), Old Olive Card stock (100702) and Patterns Designer Series (112160), Crushed Curry Card stock (115319) and Patterns Designer Series (115686)
Ink: Rich Razzleberry (115658)
Tools: Scallop Edge Punch (112091)
Must-Haves: Pop-Up Glue Dots (104183)
Sassy Somethings: Rich Razzleberry Polka-Dot Grosgrain - reversible (115613), Playground Buttons (116313), Linen Thread (104199), Spare Parts Paper Flowers

Monday, July 27

Ready, Set, Rub-On

Sometimes a Rub-On is just the thing I need to get myself going. The NEW Idea Book and Catalog is full of new Rub-On sets - perfect for quick cards and embellishments.
  • Today's sassy little number starts with a Chocolate Chip card base cut to 4" x 8" and scored. I used my 3/16" Corner Rounder for the corners at the fold.
  • Scallops are a hot trend these days. I opted for a sassy twist: Using my 1.25" Circle Punch I popped 4 Ruby Red circles out and adhered them to my card - allowing half of the circle to hang off the edge.
  • A 3" x 3.25" piece of Chocolate Chip pattern was cut and matted using Ruby Red. Both layers received the Corner Rounder 'treatment'.
  • Adhering a strip of Double-Stitch Grosgrain across the bottom turns my circles into darling scallops. TIP: Before adding the ribbon I used my paper trimmer to make sure my sides were even and trim down the 'hang-over'. I layered a piece of Pretty in Pink Grosgrain on top of the wide Chocolate Chip. TIP: Mini Glue Dots are the perfect solution for keeping ribbon in place.
  • A floral rub-on from the Dots and Designs pack looks perfect on Kraft Cardstock. I used my Marvy scallop square punch (pink) to crop the image. Stampin' Dimensionals make the flower pop when added to a Pretty in Pink base with rounded edges. (2" square)
  • A skinny strip of Kraft cardstock was cut to 4.5" and trimmed to a 'v' at one end. The sweet sentiment is also a rub-on, this time courtesy of the Chit-Chat pack. I selected Antique Brass brads from the Vintage Brads collection and used them to adhere the strip. TIP: Instead of laying the strip down flat with adhesive I opted to lightly curve the strip using my fingers and rounding it. Pretend your fingers are scissors and use them in the same way you would use scissors to curl ribbon for a package.
  • A few more Stampin' Dimensionals make the floral image catch your eye. The image is adhered slightly off-center to make room for the sweet sentiment to be noticed.
  • Last, my favorite embellishment, buttons, dress up the bottom border. TIP: I use Linen Thread to tie through my button holes. It's got a thickness that is 'just right' and is very easy to work with. Plus, I love the way it coordinates with the Kraft cardstock in this project.
Rub-Ons: Dots and Designs (115728), Chit-Chat (111804)
Paper: Chocolate Chip (102128), Ruby Red (102030), Pretty in Pink (100459), Kraft (102125), Chocolate Chip Patterns Pack (112164)
Tools: 1.25" Circle Punch (104403), 3/16" Corner Rounder (109047), Scallop Square Punch - Marvy (pink)
Must-Haves: Mini Glue Dots (103683), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)
Sassy Somethings: Button Latte (114333), Chocolate Chip Double-Stitch Grosgrain (111849), Pretty in Pink 1/4" Grosgrain (109032), Linen Thread (104199), Vintage Brads (109109)

Saturday, July 25

How 'bout a challenge?

Do you enjoy a challenge?

Soon you will be saying, " I love to Play @ PPA!"

Join me and a my PALS for some stampin' fun as we launch our very own challenge blog. The Design Team will feature Stampin' Up! products each week and are sure to inspire your creativity. Participants are welcome to use any brand of supplies - we just want you to PLAY along!

What: Launch of the new PPA Challenge Blog

When: 5:00 AM CST, July 30th

Where: Check in here at Sassy Stampin' - I'll provide the link.

I'm looking forward to sharing this exciting event with you!

Tuesday, July 21


We got to spend some time with extended family this weekend... a blessing in the middle of this crazy summer. My tween-aged niece is absolutely in love with the Twilight series and delights in all things Edward. When I won this fab (and aptly named) Edward stamp from The Greeting Farm, I knew exactly who to make a card for.

I combined the Farm Fresh Friday sketch with the Triple Play challenge from Our Creative Corner. My 3 embellishments are buttons, ribbon, and my large silver heart brad... all sassy somethings.

I stamped Edward onto watercolor paper and used my Stampin' Write Markers and Blender Pens to color him in. His vest is paper pieced. For a funky and slightly macabre vibe I used the retired Rockabilly paper collection. The final touch: a Round Tab Punch accented with the letter 'E' from Lovely Letters Alphabet.

I love that Stampin' Up! has such an array of products. Even when I use another company's stamps, I always turn to Stampin' Up for my craft staples... punches, Designer Series Paper, etc. Anything you order from Stampin' Up! is guaranteed to be high quality... what new necessities are on your wish list? And speaking of necessities... check out the Deal of the Week:

Styled Vanilla Hodgepodge Hardware
Regular: $29.95 SALE: $18.99
NOW thru. July 26th, 9:50 am MT

Stamps: Edward (The Greeting Farm), Lovely Letters (115030)
Paper: Basic Black - Textured Neutrals 12x12 astd. (108693), Rockabilly Specialty Designer Series (retired), Watercolor (105019)
Ink: StazOn (101406); Stampin' Write Markers: Ruby Red (100075), Not Quite Navy (100059), Blush Blossom (100037), So Saffron (105114), Creamy Caramel (100078), Blender Pens (102845)
Tools: Scallop Edge Punch (112091), Round Tab Punch (108340)
Sassy Somethings: Buttons, Heart Brad, and Black Ribbon (not SU)

Wednesday, July 15

So Tweet

The NEW Chic Boutique set is 'so tweet'... it just may be my favorite new set from the catalog. Have you had a chance to pick a favorite and add it to your wish list?
  • Today's layout is courtesy of Mojo Monday #95. My Rich Razzleberry card base is 5 x 7 (A7) and topped with two sweet layers: So Saffron and a stripe from the NEW Cottage Wall Designer Series Paper collection.
  • I stamped the bird cage image onto watercolor paper in StazOn black ink. Using a blender pen dipped in Creamy Caramel I shaded the cage. TIP: I wanted to shading to be light so after 'loading' my blender pen I 'wiped' it onto scratch paper before coloring.
  • I used my Rich Razzleberry marker to add accent and color. My tweet birdie was colored in So Saffron. For a little sassy something, a petite button was added as the 'handle.
  • My horizontal panel started as a 1.75" x4.75" piece of textured Basic Gray cardstock. I topped it with a layer of So Saffron that has a dainty scalloped edge. Some Rich Razzleberry polka-dot grosgrain ties the whole thing together. TIP: This panel is adhered to my card using Stampin' Dimensionals - it creates a cute 'pocket' effect for the images.
  • I stamped the frame in Basic Gray onto Very Vanilla cardstock and used my Stamp-a-ma-Jig to insert the Rich Razzleberry 'hello' sentiment. I love this simple sentiment - perfect for making projects in advance and then customizing later. This can easily be for a birthday, thank you note, or 'just because', etc.... all depending on what I add to the inside.
  • Today's sassy somethings are the blooms I created using the Birds and Blooms Sizzlits. They are perfect for layering and eliminate all the hand-cutting that I normally do. Plus, this is a great way to use your scraps. I love how they dress this card up!
Another great way to dress up your cards: Rhinestones

Deal of the Week: Square Fire Rhinestone Brads
Regular Price: $10.95 SALE PRICE: $6.99
Price effective thru. July 19th, 9:50am MT

Stamps: Chic Boutique (113744)
Paper: Cottage Wall Designer Series (115671), Rich Rich Razzleberry (115316), So Saffron (105118), Basic Gray - textured neutrals 12 x 12 astd. (108693), Very Vanilla (101650), Watercolor Paper (105019), Walk in the Park Designer Series (retired)
Ink: StazOn (101406), Creamy Caramel (103220), Basic Gray (109120), Rich Razzleberry (115658), Stampin Write Markers: So Saffron (105114)
Tools: Scalloped Edge Punch (112091), Stamp-a-ma-Jig (101049)
Sassy Somethings: Birds and Blooms Sizzlits - 4 pack (113485), Rich Razzleberry Polka-Dot Grosgrain (115613), Button Latte (114333)

Sunday, July 12

Pendant Park

Do you have a secret crafting fear? Does the thought of sponging edges make you sweat? Or does watercoloring make you weak in the knees? My personal crafty krytonite is the Bold Brights color family. Friends, let's join together to conquer our crafty fears by confronting them head on! I'm jumping in with Color Throwdown #50: Real Red, Tempting Turqouise, and Kiwi Kiss. I will BOLD-ly and BRIGHT-ly craft!

I was inspired by CPS sketch #124 but opted for a square card instead of the standard rectangle. My 5.5" x 11" (folded in half) piece of textured Tempting Turquoise is layered with a 5.25" piece of Kiwi Kiss.

  • Two prints from the Real Red Patterns pack provide my background. TIP: These two patterns create balance - one is red based, the other more white based. I used my Scallop Edge Punch to add extra interest along the left side.
  • I stamped the tree from the NEW Pendant Park set in Kiwi Kiss onto Whisper White. (3" x 3.25") TIP: Old Olive is the perfect sub for Kiwi Kiss. A Tempting Turquoise matte provides extra emphasis. The entire panel is popped using Stampin' Dimensionals.
  • My 'hello' sentiment is just right in Real Red. I also added the smallest butterfly from Flight of the Butterfly. I simply colored the stamp using my Tempting Turquoise Stampin' Write Marker, 'huffed' to ensure moisture, stamped, and snipped.
  • I'm sure you already guessed that today's Sassy Somethings are buttons. I love them! Buttons are a serious crafting trend right now and are popping up in all sorts of fun ways on projects. Stampin' Up! has NEW Playground and Sherbet Buttons collections that are adorable and provide a perfect mix of colors, sizes, and textures. Plus, they're a sassy steal for only $7.95.
Stamps: Pendant Park (115456), Flight of the Butterfly (111564)
Paper: Real Red Patterns - currently available in Rose Red (112162), Tempting Turquoise - Textured 12x12 - astd. Bold Brights (108698) , Kiwi Kiss (retired), Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Kiwi Kiss, Real Red (103133), Tempting Turquoise Stampin' Write Marker (100058)
Tools: Scallop Edge Punch (112091)
Sassy Somethings: Playground Buttons (116313), Linen Thread (104199)

Friday, July 10

Sassy Chic

Instead of Shabby Chic, we're going to call today's creation: Sassy Chic. I've been busy working on a few personal projects for friends while suffering from a nasty cold. For one of these projects I created a background print using the Damask stamp from the Friends 24-7 set. I had scraps all over the place and wanted to recycle, not waste!
  • Using my 1.25" Circle Punch I managed to salvage some beautiful snippets from my scraps. To add a shabby look, I distressed them using Tea Dye ink from Ranger. TIP: When sponging I use a cosmetic make-up wedge. They're cheaper, dual purpose, and provide more surface area.
  • I ran my Top Note Die thru the Big Shot twice - Kraft and Baja Breeze. (Yes, I'm still using Baja- call me addicted! A great substitute is Brocade Blue.)
  • Using a background stamp (very similar to Bella Toile) and inked with Soft Suede, I covered the Kraft Top Note in pattern. I trimmed at the perforation and mounted it atop my Baja Breeze matte. My finished Top Note rests on a Soft Suede card base (10" x 4.25" scored in half)
  • I adhered my circles using Stampin' Dimensionals... quick and easy. Then, I inked up the butterfly from Great Friend and stamped her three times onto Very Vanilla: Crushed Curry, Old Olive, and Soft Suede. Her wings were also lightly sponged with Tea Dye ink.
  • My fluttery friends got pearl bodies and were adhered to their spots using Stampin' Dimensionals. (cut in half)
  • For a final sassy something I added a Crushed Curry scallop to my card edge. I love the shabby... I mean, sassy chic vibe this card has.
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Stamps: Great Friend (113792), Friends 24-7 (113218), Bella Toile (111598)
Paper: Soft Suede (115318), Kraft, Crushed Curry (115319), Very Vanilla (108693), Baja Breeze (retired)
Ink: Soft Suede (115657), Ruby Red (102259), Old Olive (102277), Baja Breeze (retired), Tea Dye by Ranger
Tools: Top Note Die (113463), Scallop Edge Punch (112091), 1.25" Circle Punch (104403)

Tuesday, July 7

A Tisket, A Tasket

Using Lauren Meader's, Pack a Picnic template, I whipped up a cute thank-you treat for some dear friends. It took a while to score, trim, and assemble this little basket, but I love the finished result. (I also have a new appreciation for how easy my Big Shot makes things.)
  • I created my basket using Kraft cardstock paired with a Ruby Red lid. I punched the basket edge with the Scallop Edge Punch. TIP: When putting together 3-D items it is extra important to use a strong adhesive. I chose Sticky Strip.
  • My main panel was made using Very Vanilla cardstock and the Season of Friendship stamp set. (An addition I was thrilled made it to the pages of the NEW Idea Book and Catalog.) My trunk was inked in Chocolate Chip and my Old Olive leaves were placed with the help of my trusty Stamp-a-ma-jig.
  • For some extra sass, I stamped Ruby Red flowers and popped them using my 1/2" Circle Punch. (I wasn't in the mood to hand trim.) Next, I adhered the small flowers to a few Antique Brass Build-A-Brads. TIP: A standard rule of design is to add accents or embellishments in ODD numbers.
  • A dainty fleurette with ribbon leaves perfectly accents my custom tag. I stamped, 'for you', from Great Friend onto Old Olive and snipped the end into a 'v' using Paper Snips.
  • The lid of my basket has Alpine Ribbon trim (retired) and a sassy double layer bow using Chocolate Chip Double-Stitch Ribbon.
  • I layered punches to create a super sassy 'tag' for the top. I punched the 'thank you' sentiment from Oval All using the Small Oval Punch and layered it onto an Old Olive Scallop Oval. I followed that with a Chocolate Chip Wide Oval and a Kraft scallop. (Marvy pink) To tie everything together I added ribbon 'leaves' and another Build-A-Brad flower.
Deal of the Week
This Week: Sizzix Doctor's Bag (113474)
NOW thru. July 13th, 9:50 am
Regular Price: $69.95 SALE Price: $49.95

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Stamps: Season of Friendship (111776), Oval All (113790), Great Friend (113792)
Paper: Kraft (102125), Very Vanilla (101650), Chocolate Chip (102128), Old Olive (100702), Ruby Red (102030)
Ink: Chocolate Chip (100908), Old Olive (102277), Ruby Red (102259)
Tools: Stamp-a-ma-Jig (101049), Scallop Edge Punch (112091), 1/2" Circle Punch (104390), Small Oval Punch (107304), Scallop Oval Punch (114889), Wide Oval Punch (112082)
Must Haves: Sticky Strip(104294), Paper Snips (103579)
Sassy Somethings: Fleurette - currently available in Whisper White (115604), Build-A-Brads in Antique Brass (109108), Playground Buttons (116313). Chocolate Chip Double Stitch Grosgrain (111849), Alpine Striped Ribbon (retired)

Wednesday, July 1

In Color Share

Well, do you love the new catty?? Are you in LOVE with the new In Colors??! And did you see the NEW In Color Markers?! What about the polka-dotted ribbon? Do you want it ALL!!?

Announcing: Sassy Stampin' In Color Share!
What You Get:

2.5 yds. (7.5 ft) of each In Color Polka-Dot Grosgrain
3 sheets of each In Color 8.5 x 11 Cardstock
3 sheets of each In Color 8.5 x 11 Textured Cardstock
Set: In Color Stampin' Write Markers including all 6 In Colors

Cost: $40 (includes shipping/handling and tax)


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