Saturday, January 8, 2011

Sugar Creek Hollow Back in Action with a Sketch!

The design team at Sugar Creek Hollow has had a much needed holiday break, and we are back to bring you some amazing new cards using a fun sketch!

Everyone is invited to enter a card using this sketch and you are not required to use an image from Sugar Creek Hollow, but if you do, you will get two entries into the random prize drawing. The winner of that draw will receive a digi of her choice from the Sugar Creek Hollow Shoppe and a badge to display on her blog. Once we reach a minimum of 10 entries, the Design Team will select a Card of the Week and the creator of that card will receive a special badge to display on her blog. Every month there will be a Guest Designer chosen from the Cards of the Week and that person will be invited to join the Design Team in a challenge. There are lots of reasons to enter, so we can't wait to see your fabulous creations. Upload your creation HERE and start the fun with us!

Did you know? - - - The proceeds of sales from the Sugar Creek Hollow Shoppe go to provide food, clothing and shelter for those who are less fortunate. If you don't have any images from the Shoppe yet, check it out and when you buy something to use on your creations you can say that you have helped out, too.
Card Details:
Stamps: Bad Hair Day and Congratulations ticket by Sugar Creek Hollow
Paper: DSP by Graphic 45; Riding Hood Red, Close to Cocoa, and Early Espresso by SU
Accessories: Copic markers; Nestabilities; Spica glitter pens; Cuttlebug embossing folder; Martha Stewart snowflake punch; brad; Lucky card by 7 Gypsies; brown trim in organza


Heide said...

"Bad hair day" looks super on you card. She is just stunning and regal with her little blue friend.

Primitive Paper said...

Nancy, I am in love with this cocolate paper you have used!!! Probably because I have not had any chocolate in three months :-(
Anyway...lost my train of thought there for a moment...(tee hee) the vintage ticket is just the perfect acccentfor this image. And the ruffle of must share if it was pre-pleated or is that something you can teach me to do?

Renlymat's World of Family & Crafts said...

How cute! I love the embossing and the ruffle. I'm not sure I would call myself LUCKY if I was having a "bad hair day" like she is but it works for her. This is adorable! Love the snowflake paper in the background too!

Mary Duffek said...

What a fun and fabulous card! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and a very happy new year!

Sharon Basel said...

Nancy this is so cute! I love this wonderful snowlady anyway but your showcase of her is very creative. Wonderful textures on this card and that ribbon is fantastic.

Joseline said...

Sweet card Nancy!! I love the embossing behind the snowman (lady). The entire card is just so cute!

Donna Moore said...

Hey Miss Nancy, your "bad hair" gal is just terrific! I just love this image, I can so identify with her, even with a day where her hair is everywhere it shouldn't be she can still feel lucky! Now that is a "glass half full" kind of girl, just the kind I want to hang with!! I love your chosen colors and your coloring of "our" girl is perfect, not to mention you nailed the sketch right on the head!! Love it!

marsha said...

Oh Nancy, I love your card creation with "bad hair snowman"! The DP looks fabulous, and I agree, the chocolate looks yummy! Love all the colors plus the lace.

Cec said...

I love this card and so does my granddaughter. The embossing is a super addition as is the trim and the ticket.

Julie said...

Beautiful card! I love the fringe. Too cute!


Dawn Edwards said...

Nancy this is such a Sweet card. I love the embossing behind your image, great touch. The G45 snowflake paper was another great touch it brightens the whole card. Thanks for the inspiration.