Happy Friday! It’s time for another Sweet ‘n Sassy Digi Challenge! This week’s challenge is an easy one: Anything Goes! Simply make something featuring a digital image. It can be a card, a gift bag, a tag, a scrapbooking layout, or an altered project. The sky’s the limit! Share your artwork over at the Sweet ‘n Sassy Digi Challenge website before midnight eastern time Thursday, January 24. We’d love to see what you create! Although we especially enjoy seeing what our challenge participants make with Sweet ‘n Sassy digital images, you can use a digi from any stamp company.

Today is especially exciting because Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps is introducing 7 new digital images!  That’s right, 7!  Let me tell you, they are ADORABLE.  Each is a different animal with a sentiment to match.  The rest of the design team and I are showcasing different ones this week, so please check out everyone’s blogs so you can see all the new cuties!  Links are over in the left sidebar.  And yes – there are two new links over there because we have two new design team members!  Welcome, Lori Finch and Amy Wright!

I have two projects for you today.  The first one uses the Turtley Awesome image and its accompanying sentiment.  I chose this image because I wanted to add a card that could be sent to a boy to my Operation Write Home stash.  The layout for this card started off as this week’s Splitcoaststampers.com sketch challenge, but I decided to leave off one of the sketch elements.  I’ve paper pieced the turtle using two shades of green designer paper, and I used dimensional adhesive to pop its head out of its shell.  Although there isn’t a dominating amount of green on this card, I think it still fits into this week’s OWH Midweek Throwdown challenge.


My other project is another card for Operation Write Home.  I chose to use the image from Thank Ewe in a different way.  I added a little bit of coloring to the lamb to give it some visual dimension (although it would also be cute with the head popped up like I did with the turtle), paired it with this week’s Stars & Stamps sketch, and added a sentiment from one of the Sweet ‘n Sassy clear stamp sets.  And ta-da: an Easter lamb!  I did mirror-image the sketch so the lamb wouldn’t appear to be looking off the edge of the card.  The oval element of the sketch reminds me of an Easter egg!


So now it’s time for you to check out what the rest of the design team has done with the other new images, and then create your own project to share with us!  Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a fabulous weekend!

Supplies for the turtle card:
Digital Image: Turtley Awesome (Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps)
Cardstock: textured white (Bazzill); Pure Luxury White (Gina K. Designs); designer papers from Green at Heart 6″ x 6″ paper pad (Basic Grey)
Ink: printer ink
Other: dimensionals (Stampin’ Up)

Supplies for the lamb card:
Digital Image: Thank Ewe (Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps)
Sentiment Stamp: Egg-Cited Cocoa (SNSS)
Cardstock: Pure Luxury White (Gina K. Designs); Elegant Eggplant (Stampin’ Up); designer papers from Green at Heart 6″ x 6″ paper pad (Basic Grey)
Ink: printer ink; Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Other: dimensionals (SU); markers (Copic)

6 Responses to “Sweet ‘n Sassy Digi Challenge #88, and new release!”

  1. Both of your cards are so cute!! Those who receive them will be fortunate indeed! I think it’s great that you send so many cards to OWH. Thanks for all your work on the DT. I’m so glad you’re on the team.

  2. Both cards are adorable, Patricia! Love the paper piecing of the turtle shell. Wow!

  3. Oh Patricia, your cards are soooo adorable, and I’m in love with these digis! Love the papers you used in both cards. Great idea to pop the turtle’s head, and mirror image the lamb. Thanks so much for playing this week!

  4. One of the cutest cards I’ve seen so far.

  5. Very cute cards. Love the Thank Ewe! Thanks for sharing.

  6. Patricia, your paper pieced Turtley Awesome and simple Thank Ewe images look fabulous on these wonderfully layered cards. TFS! Hugz, ~ Rose

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