Thursday, September 6, 2012

Fancy Folds at Sassy Studio Designs

The challenge this week at Dare To Be Sassy Thursday is to create a fancy folds card.  Any type of card will do as long as it doesn't open on the side or top.  For my project, I made a Z-fold card using Cruella Deville from Sassy Studio Designs.
I used white fun flock on her coat to make it look like a fur coat.
Card Details:
Image:  Cruella Deville from Sassy Studio Designs
Copics:  E00, E11, E21, E40, E41, C9, C7, W0, W1, R59, R46, R37,
Sizzix swirls dies
Spellbinders scalloped circle dies
Martha Stewart border punch
Inside Sentiment is a rubber stamp
Entered in the following challenges:
Crafts and Me:  Add a flower
Scrap-Creations:  Humor
The Crazy Challenge:  Seeing Spots
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Lori aka lorib117 said...

Julie, I love this! The black, red and white combo is perfect for Cruella. Love your coloring and all the added embellies. Beautifully done!

Kate said...

Gorgeous Card. I so want her cloak so pretty. The details are amazing.

Anonymous said...

I am totally amazed by this card every time I see it!! It is so fun and awesome!!

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Kathy said...

So fun Julie. Love the flocked fur coat and the fold is awesome. Great coloring as usual!

Kim Kelley said...

Julie this card is gorgeous! Elegant! Love it! HUGS

Michelle said...

This card is beautiful and has so many wonderful details! Thanks for sharing this with us at GGSC!

coops said...

wow so stunning julie.i love your design and striking colours and the image is fantastic.
thanks for joining us this week at the Crafts and Me challenge :D

xx coops xx

*щурчо* said...

WOW...Lovely work!
Thank you for plaing along with us at CCH # 128 Seeing Spots!

Berit Synnøve said...

Gorgeous card. Love your shape and colors.
Thanks for joining The Crazy Challenge.
Hugs Berit

Plastic Cards Printing said...

Stunning card. So gorgeous design. I like the softness of the colors and that image is absolutely adorable. I appreciate your work. Thanks for sharing.