Tuesday, February 14, 2012

You are My Sunshine

Sassy Cheryl's Challenge #102 - No designer papers

Happy Valentine's Day my blog land friends! I'm sending out lots of love to you today!
It's time for another challenge at Sassy Cheryl's and Cathy is our hostess with the mostest. She has asked us NOT to use ANY designer paper!!! *** Gasp! *** This was a particularly HARD challenge for me. You see, I have a paper problem!! I see pretty papers and I just have to have them. I could probably make cards for a few years and not run out. I really was last minute making this one. The idea didn't hit me until Saturday when I was visiting my Hubby at work. He was helping a customer so I was wandering around the store being nosy and curious. I saw a big wall with lots of pretty colors and it just sucked me in. It was almost like the paper racks at the craft store!! Lol  I started picking up the sample cards they have and that's when it hit me. So, here ya go! My NO designer paper card. The paint sample doesn't count, right????

Cheryl has decided to change the weekly prize from a $5 gift certificate to 2 free images!!!
I hope you decide to play in this weeks challenge with us.
Thanks to all last weeks participants, your cards were all so lovely. 
Happy Crafting Y'all!!


Paper: Bazzill Basics - African Daisy, American Crafts - White textured card stock
Accessories: Spellbinders - Labels Eighteen, MS - border punch, Fiskars - cloud punch, Cuttlebug - Bloom Dots embossing folder, Offray - rainbow ribbon, Sherwin Williams - paint sampler 

17 comments:

heidy said...

Oh this is briliant Jeni,love it!
Hugs Heidy

Sassy Cheryl said...

Well, you really do have a paper problem, don't you! Creative idea for the card with No Designer Papers using the paint sample sheet. Love it Mz. Jeni!

Tammy said...

Wow, stunning card! The paint samples are an excellent idea!

Shirley said...

Paint Chips DEFINITELY do not count as designer paper and when I saw this card on the blog, I had to stop and immediately come tell you how much I love it. Fabulous idea.

Linda said...

Such a beautiful card.. Love the darling little image and its colored perfectly.. Lovely details too.. hugs, Linda

Pat said...

Oh Jeni...I think the paint sample card is a brilliant alternative to DPs. Oh...it counts, sistah! I laughed when I read that you're a DP addict too! I;m right there with ya! Your card is just as bright and happy as it can be! And your coloring is gorgeous!! I love it! Hugs. Pat Frank

Dawn said...

too stinkin cute!!! gack, I have so many of those paint chips... why don't I USE them!!! great idea girlie!!! love it

Sue said...

Hi hun
aww this is gorgeous, super duper cute, lovely design, sue,x

Cheryl said...

Cute, cute, cute! I love the way you used the paint sampler.

~Cheryl~
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Whimcees said...

Hello!

This is a fun challenge! I love this image and I see it is very popular with many! I have this image now and yet to use it - love the inspiration! Wishing you a happy day!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Cathy said...

Jeni, you are so cute, your paint chip card is not considered dp so you are ok GF. Love the colors and your image is colored beautifully as always. Love the embossing and ribbon. Such a Happy Card :)

Kim said...

Love this. It's even better in person :) Great idea with the paint card Jeni.

Cynthia said...

What a fun design with Sally! The paint chip card is such a fun addition, Jeni.

JACKIE M said...

Jeni I love your sunshine colours perfect with the image, beautiful card !

jkreucher said...

Hi Jeni, I had a cutsie comment all written, then hit the wrong key or something, so here is the short version, darn anyway!
what a great idea using the paint chips instead of dp!
How fun that so many of us chose the same little darling to create with.
your card is full of sunshine. and most of us need that right now. love it!
hugs to ha
Judy

The Wired Angel said...

Love your card, Jeni.. beautiful colors and how creative of you to use the paint chips! What a great idea. Peggy x

Linda said...

This is so cute and Kim is right, much cuter in person. Love how the names on the paint samples all tie in with the image. How would Daffodil look in my kitchen? Too bright? Had fun today sweetie!