Archive for July, 2009

I just wish I had more time to work with this awesome kit! Super fun and versatile colors! Click on the image above to purchase in the store.

Large Origami Ornament

I won’t lie, this project took a LONG time. Sixty four-inch squares of paper folded into petals-whew!

Supplies: Amy Butler Papers, ribbons from the Sidewalk Chalk Kit.

The Story Tags

Supplies: Ribbon and trim from the sidewalk chalk kit, Mr. Campy papers by Cosmo Cricket, stamps by 7Gypsies, Technique Tuesday, and Autumn Leaves

Summer Planner and Bookmarks

Supplies: Cosmo Cricket Hello Sunshine papers, ribbons from the sidewalk chalk kit, bind-it-all and coils, 7gypsies gaffer tape

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The forums at Savvy n Sassy are hopping with pre-orders for lots of the new product lines being released at CHA!  You can visit the forums and sign up for the pre-order items you like.  You don’t pay until the items come in to the store, but you do commit to pay for them when you sign up.

Currently open pre-orders:

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Holly got to play with this lovely kit this month:

These cards all use Basic Grey papers with some assorted embellishments:

This layout has some Basic Grey paper and Heidi Swapp Alphas

And this final layout uses Basic Grey paper, assorted Prima flowers, Stampin’ Up stamps and a butterfly from Michaels.

This last card uses Basic Grey paper, Prima flowers, Making Memories Chipboard and a clothespin

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A color combination so versatile you will have just endless ideas with this kit.  Here are a few samples of color combinations and projects to do with it.  Enjoy!


Sour cream pouch to give some sweets or even some scrapping supplies.


Sometimes the best use of ribbon is just a tiny piece to ground everything together.


When what you need is cohesion, ribbon is the perfect tool!




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Hi Ladies!  We will be making a cute sour cream goodie bag container.  Here is a sample I did with July’s SNS ribbon kit Space Boy




  • cardstock or thick pattern paper or even vellum
  • paper crimper
  • red sticky tape or any other STRONG tapes
  • ribbons and other embellishments to decorate







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This week’s Spotlight Special at Savvy n Sassy features the Unity Stamps. These items will be on special in the store from July 25th -31st. I love Unity Stamps. They are deeply etched red rubber and are mounted on EZ mount, so all you need is an acrylic block to start stamping. There are some very cute designs. Here are some cards I created with them.

SnSssUnity1 (Large)

SnSssUnity2 (Large)

SnSssUnity3(Large) (Large)



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Okay, so I am a tomboy scrapper.  The great part about this ribbon kit is that it can be super girly, masculine, or neutral.

I never really been into sheer ribbons until I actually started to play and create with them.  They make nice, subtle background strips and “leaf” accents as I did on my gnome card above.

I do love tags, but find them outdated at times.  At the same time, a tag just doesn’t feel right without a ribbon topper.  Sheer ribbon works again, by accenting my color choices here, yet still blending in transforming this tag into a more trendier journaling spot.

Pink polka dot ribbon and the dark green velvet ribbon is pure girlyness here on my sparkly lemonade card.

I used the green pom-pom trim ribbon strand to add a little hip and whimsical feel to my thank you card.  As you can see, it is wide enough to place a larger sized brad through the trim.

The Fairy Garden kit just screams out shabby-chic to me.  The pink velvet ribbon is feminine and I love the added texture it brings to projects.

I fell in love with this sleepy fox print I found on IndieFixx, but wasn’t exactly sure how or where I would display it in my home.  I decided to alter a random wooden frame I found in my closet with a nature theme to mimic this print.  I trimmed out the inner frame edge in the dark green velvet.  The neat part about the dark green velvet is that the opposite side of it is a smooth light green.  I love when I tie a bow with the green velvet that it shows both sides and mixes textures.  For a dainty look, I overlayed the green lace trim over the velvet.  If you attempt to do this, I would recommend Zip Dry clear liquid adhesive or something similar with some heavy books placed on top.

I made this mini-book as part of DT Member Ann’s Go Green Challenge.  It is made from 4 toilet paper rolls.

The toilet paper roll is flattened with the end open to create a little slot where you can slip in little tags and extra pictures for this family mini-book.

Thanks for looking! 🙂

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This week Cosmo Cricket papers are the spotlight special in the Savvy n Sassy store!  They will be on sale July 18th – 24th.

Lately I’ve found myself reaching more and more often for Cosmo Cricket papers and stickers when I’m scrapbooking.  I love the fun colors and textures and how versatile the majority of the lines are!

Here is a new set of journaling tags I made using the Mr. Campy line from Cosmo Cricket (I ADORE woodgrain!):mr campy tags

And this is a recent mini-book I created using the Early Bird and Girl Friday lines:


This layout of mine from the gallery uses products from both the Hello Sunshine and Jack’s World lines:


Speaking of the gallery…check it out for lots more ideas and inspiration using new and old Cosmo Cricket lines!

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Here are the rest of the cards I made with this kit.

SnSJuly7 (Large)

SnSJuly8 (Large)

SnSJuly9 (Large)

SnSJuly10 (Large)

SnSJuly11 (Large)

SnSJuly12 (Large)


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This is a beautiful kit to work with. I love the olive green and bright pinks, it’s a wonderful combination. I had lots of fun making a bunch of cards. It matches a lot of different paper.

Before I get to the cards I have an altered item to share. I did it for my “Go Green” challenge in the forums here

Julymonthly2 (Large)

Now for some cards.

SnSJuly1 (Large)

SnSJuly2 (Large)

SnSJuly3 (Large)

SnSJuly4 (Large)

SnSJuly5 (Large)

SnSJuly6 (Large)

These are just a few. I will post the rest tomorrow


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