Saturday, April 1, 2017

Inspired By All The Little Things #50 - Celebration

Happy Saturday Everyone!!

It's time for a new challenge over at Inspired By All The Little Things!!  This week we are so excited to welcome you to our 50th Challenge Celebration! We cannot believe we have already hit this Milestone and we hope you will help us to celebrate!

To help us celebrate, we have each invited a special guest to join us this week along with our special Creative Guest invited by Leigh Penner.  My special guest is the very talented Amy Tsuruta of Tsuruta Designs. Thank you so much Amy for accepting my invitation to join us!! 

Now for my card...I was inspired by the cake layers (stripes) along the single tulip.   I used the Tulips Digital Stamp from Sweet 'N Sassy Stamps along with a sentiment from their Floral Greetings stamp set.

Paper: White CS (Recollections), Black CS (Recollections), Memory Planner Pad (Heidi Swapp); Stamps: Tulips Digital Stamp & Floral Greetings (Sweet 'N Sassy Stamps); Ink: Black (Simon Says Stamps); Coloring Medium: Prismacolor Pencils & Gamsol; Tools: Small Dotted Rectangle Stackables (Lawn Fawn), Scallop Rectangle Stackables (Lawn Fawn), Fishtail Flags Stax (Die-Namics), Scor-Buddy, Paper Trimmer (Fiskars), Big Shot (Sizzix); Other: Twine, Pearls, Clear Wink of Stella (Zig), ATG Adhesive, Foam Tape


Here's a look at Amy's GORGEOUS take on this weeks inspiration!!
Amy Tsuruta, Tsuruta Designs



Make sure to head over to the Inspired by All the Little Things blog for more inspiration!! 
Happy Stamping!!


  1. Oh Sheri, your card is absolutely beautiful. I love those tulips! Thanks again for the invite!

  2. This is so fresh and pretty, Sheri!!! Love your coloring!

  3. Very pretty take on the inspiration photo, Sheri!

  4. I love your bold style, Sheri! Great card :o)

  5. Sheri, your card is so striking! Love the color combo...and the flower image!

  6. Beautiful pattern and dimension, paired with a sweet and traditional image.
    Fantastic. x

  7. Your card is super pretty, Sheri! I used to use Sweet and Sassy stamps all the time.


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