Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Sassy Cheryl's Challenge--Girl's Rule

Yippee, it's Tuesday, time for a new, Sassy Cheryl's Challenge, brought to you by our ubber talented, Sassy Pat :) who chose the theme, Girls Rule.  I chose the image, Quiet Inspiration for the wonderful image and sentiment:


Isn't Maddie just the cutest little paddler?  I had so much fun coloring her up  with copics.  I used my new Sizzix scalloped circle die I got on  sale last week at Michaels, and my new wooden flower buttons to make this Girl's Rule card beautiful.

Be sure to stop by the Challenge Blog and see what the rest of my Sassy Sistah's have created and then grab a Sassy image and play along. You might just be the winner of 2 Sassy images of your choice in the random drawing , but you have to use a Sassy Image to play.

Sassy Cheryl's is having a Mother's Day sale going on right now, even on the rubber stamps,  so even more reason to grab an image or two.

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful creative day.

Cathy

6 comments:

Boxofcolours said...

Oh this is very pretty Cathy - I love the colours you've chosen and the dash of colour to her hat makes your image pop!
Hugs
Jane

Dawn said...

awww, she's darling, Cathy!

jkreucher said...

Cathy! what a cutie patootie!!!
I love the softness of the colors and your amazing coloring!
what a gorgeous new doily circle!
you go girl!
hugs to ya
Judy

Pat said...

Hey sugar!! Can you believe that I printed up this images and was going to use it for this week's challenge...but decided to color up little Callie instead! But...seriously...that "mind meld" thing between us is alive and well! I'm lovin' this card!! Such a darling image, of course, and beautifully colored! Hey...next time you chat with SC, remind her that we need mpore Maddies!! hehe! Gorgeous coloring...and I love those DPs! Is that a wooden flower button? So cool!! Hugs. Pat

CHERYL GRANT said...

I can tell you had fun coloring her! It's a gorgeous card Cathy! Love, love, love it.

Linda Compton said...

Soft and sweet. Love that bit of lace peeking out of the paper and those wooden buttons look like they were designed specifically for this image.