Monday, March 29, 2010


HAPPY MONDAY!  It's Nicole here, again!  And this is the last time I will be posting on MONDAY'S!  But don't fret!  I am not going anywhere, thank goodness!  We are just going to be switching up the posting schedule a little bit to give it a bit more variety with ALL of the DIGI DIVAS able to post here at Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps!  SO, HOW exciting is that!?!?!?!?

I thought I would create a card that is more similar to the cards I used to create when I first began card-making years ago!  If you know me, you know how I am a huge fan of SENTIMENTS!!  And when you think of digi companies, you always think of images of cute little creatures, children and things of the sort that you color in...  Well, we tend to forget that Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps has a wonderful line of SENTIMENT digis!!  These are awesome because you can keep them small to coordinate with another image, or you can enlarge them (like above) to make them your focal image!!

I used a sentiment from the 'A TRUE FRIEND' sentiment set on my card and adorned it with a array of paper flowers and lime green pearls!  Pretty simple, but doesn't it showcase the sentiment digi??  I LOVE IT!  So, the next time you think 'digi', don't forget about those sentiments that are also available to go with your digi images!  They are available for ALL occasions in tons of different fonts, too!  SHOP HERE to see more!



  1. Nicole, this is beautiful! The cascade of flowers makes a terrific backdrop for this lovely sentiment.

  2. HI MELANIE! Thanks! This is actually off of a sketch I saw last week, but can't remember which site! If anyone knows, please comment here so that the sketch blog can get the proper credit! HUGS!

  3. What a beautiful card, Nicole! I love the colors you used and the flowers! I need to use my flowers more! :-)

  4. Just stunning, Nicole! Those flowers are the perfect backdrop for the sentiment and the colors are F*A*B!!!

  5. This is so eye-catching, Nicole! The colors are right up my alley -- bright and cheery! I love how you made the greeting the center-piece here -- I tend to forget that can be done -- LOL!