Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Sassy Temps in the 90's and Frosty Grapes!

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I don't know about where you live, but the last few days here have just been HOT and humid...ugh! Maybe if I work with "Winter" images it'll help keep me cool! LOL

Don't forget the Winter/Christmas images at  Sassy Cheryl's are 10% off through the end of July! Our Sassy Challenge #19 is a sketch, you can play along too!

July6 hhugginsgirl_blogspot_com 3 July6 Memory SketchI flipped the sketch and used Reindeer Pull, water colored with wc crayons. The image layer is faux layered, Copic/ruler.

July6 deergirl

July6 snow clsupI tore 2 strips of lightweight cardboard and added "snow" by Deco Art. The sentiment is Be Thankful from Innovative Stamp Creations. The DP is DCWV Winter.

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Now, here's a cool treat, Frosty Grapes. One of the ladies at my spinning guild brought these to share, so I made some for a picnic yesterday.

Frosted Grapes 1 Frosted Grapes 3

Frosted Grapes 2Wash the grapes and pat excess water off. I dump the grapes and jello into a gallon baggie to give them a good shaking, then refrigerate before serving. Try different flavors, red grapes work too. It's kind of like a sweet tart candy only with fruit! FUN!

For more sassy fun
be sure to check the other Sassy Girls.

Ann English Cathy Edgar
Heather Huggins Chrissy Le
Jackie Mooney Jodi Ann Lee
Kim Rhead Peggy Marsh
Tracy Jackson Alina Meijer
Judy Kreucher

And as always, Thanks for stopping!



Sassy Cheryl said...

Dawn, love the snow and glitter. This is amazing! Your coloring is always inspiring.

jkreucher said...

Hi Dawn, this is just precious.. Love the snow and your wonderful watercoloring!
I hope to be creating for the next challenge.
your cards are always eye candy for sure!

Cathy said...

Dawn, what a wonderful card. Love the snow. You always rock the challenges GF!!!

- dlm. said...

How fun is your card! I love the snow!

Jodi said...

Dawn this is so sweet! I love the snow you added to the card!
Jodi =)

Alina said...

Gorgeous card, Dawn, wonderful details!
Hugs, Alina