Friday, June 27, 2014

So What's Up with New Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps?

Hello Friends!

Welcome to Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps June 2014 Release. The DT has been having a lot of fun with these sets as you will see as you hop along to each of their blogs.

It wouldn't be a Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Release without fun prizes and a challenge so here are the details!  You have two ways to win~

~One random commenter from one of the DT blogs will be selected to win a $10 Gift Code to be used at the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Store.  You have until Thursday, July 3rd at midnight EST to leave your comments.  The winner will be posted on the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Blog on Friday, July 4th!
~ Participate in the "Anything Goes" Friday Feature Challenge.  Details are below.

 Now, on to the Release!
First up…

The What's Up Stamp Set also has a matching Die Set.  

And next...

My first Birthday card uses both of the new release stamp sets.  I hope this card is bright enough for you, LOL!
 I framed my sentiment ( which is from Birthday Word Art) with the right angle arrow stamp and then made a banner using a smaller stamp.  Then I punched small scalloped circles in red and added white and black circles to them as flower centers; the flowers were used to embellish the yellow banners.  Bright enamel dots embellish the arrows and mimic the polka dot patterned paper.
This card is being entered in Simon Says Stamp  Wednesday Challenge, Anything Goes and the Seize the Birthday Anything Goes Challenge.  

Again I used both new stamp sets.  I created a background using that fantastic line of numbers, stamping them in white craft ink.  My banner is embellished with an arrow from the What's Up Stamp Set ( and die cut out with a matching die)  as well as an image (hand) from the Keep In Touch Stamp Set along with the matching die.  My punched circles are layered on a hexagon die cut using the Shape Dies.  I finished off the banner with that classic sentiment, 'You're How Old?".

Before I let you go, don't forget about our release day challenge and chance to win a $20 store gift code!

Our challenge is "Anything Goes!"  Just add your card to the gallery using the linky tool below.  To be eligible for the prize, we ask that you create a new card (no back linking, please) and enter your card in no more than 3 challenges.  

Just a few guidelines to remember as you play:
- You don't have to use a Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps image to enter (although we sure love when you do!)
 - You'll have until Thursday, July 3rd at midnight EST to enter
- We'll draw 1 winner from this week's challenge to receive a $20 credit to Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps!
If there are 50 participants, (not including the DT), we'll draw 2 winners!
- Please use code SNSJRC14 when uploading to Splitcoaststampers or other galleries

To enter simply share a link to your creation below.

Thanks for joining us today!  Be sure to check back again on Friday, July 4th to see if you've  won and to check out the next Friday Feature & Challenge!

Lee Ann  :)

Supplies Used~
Card 1
Stamps- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Birthday Word Art and What's Up
Paper- Basic Black, Poppy Parade, Whisper White, Bermuda Bay, Neenah Solar White, SU dp
Ink- Bermuda Bay, Daffodil Delight, Versafine Black
Other- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps What's Up Matching Dies, enamel dots, SU Pool Party Baker's Twine, small circle punches, zig zag scissors

Card 2
Stamps- Birthday Word Art, What's Up, Keep In Touch
Paper- Neenah Solar White, Basic Black, Poppy Parade
Ink- Crushed Curry, Versafine Black, PTI Snow Craft Ink
Other- What's Up, Shape and Keep In Touch Matching Dies, Hemptique Twine, dimensionals, MFT Fishtail Flag Stax Die~Namics, Circle punches


  1. Such fun and sweet cards Lee Ann. Love the color combos you used... especially the second with the black paper and white images... the touch of red and yellow look great.

  2. Very fun cards. I like all the colors and patterns on the first one.

  3. Oh I love these two cards very much <3

  4. Great cards! Love the way you used those arrows... Nice.

  5. I love both of theses! Especially like the white on black background!

  6. So fun! They are both fantastic! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  7. Absolutely love this card. The composition is fabulous along with the colors! Fun set arrow set and the bigger sentiments are wonderful~

  8. super banner and love the twine used on card two -thanks for sharing your lovely work in this hop - thanks for the hop!

  9. I like bright. Good work! Love love love your second card

  10. I love the second card!!! so much fun. Your cards are always so beautiful!

  11. Wow-I love both of these cards! That first one is my favorite, though-so fun!
    Question for you…did you used to be a CM Consultant (or Unit Leader)? I was a consultant for a couple years under Melinda M. in Illinois. Your name looks so familiar. If not, sorry for the confusion :-)

  12. Love, love both of your cards, Lee Ann…so bright and cheerful! The numbers look great as a background, especially stamped in white on black…looks like a chalkboard! Hugs!

  13. The cards are very pretty. Love how the sentiment is framed with the arrows in the first card.
    thanks for sharing some great cards.

  14. great cards nice showcasing of the sentiments

  15. Love both of your card LeeAnn! On the first one...I love those arrows and on the second one the number look great against the black. Both cards are amazing! Thanks for sharing them with us at Seize the Birthday! Hope to see more of your fabulous work!

  16. Oh Lee Ann, both of your cards are wonderful! The colors are bright and bold and would work so great for a guy or a girl! Such awesome work! :)

  17. Nicely done! Like the last one best.

  18. Love both your cards. Thanks for sharing at Seize the Birthday.

  19. Both cards are great but I love those fun, polka dot arrows on the first one! Thanks so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday!

  20. Love both your cards! The greeting on the first is wonderful, and I love the bright colors and how you created your banner. And the relatively subtle background stamping on the second really lets the banner be the star of the show. Love that greeting, too!

  21. Great cards. Love the banners on your first card, TFS


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