Tuesday, 11 February 2014

SNSS February Release Hop Day 4

Hello and welcome to Day 4 of the blog hops celebrating the February Releases at Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps.  
Today we're highlighting From Cocoa's Kitchen.



This set has some perfect sentiments to make a card or a tag to accompany a special treat from your kitchen.  
Our church provides meals for those who are unable to cook due to illness, operations, etc. - now when it's my turn, I can include a card with a kitchen theme.
I sponged all edges of the dp with Ranger Distress Antique Linen and added some lace.  I knew there were some tiny wooden rolling pins that my mother had sent me long ago and to my own amazement I actually found them! 
The sweet little image is coloured with copics - it's stamped three times so that the chef's hat and Cocoa's head could be popped up for dimension.

Now have a look at the full set with all the details below:


The set is 4" x 4" and contains 2 images and 6 coordinating sentiments.
The chef's hat image measures approximately 2.25" x 1.75 ".
It's illustrated by Korin Sutherland and sells for $11.

The DT has shared their beautiful  samples in the thumbnails below.  Stop by each of their blogs and comment for a chance to WIN one of (2) $20 gift codes to our store!

Don't miss these other opportunities to win:
(1) $20 gift code drawn from all comments 
on Friday's release blog post 
(1) $20 gift code drawn from all comments on 
full reveals in our SCS forum 
(1) $20 gift code drawn from all participants in our release challenge hosted on blog

The deadline to comment for a chance to win is midnight EST Friday, February 14th.  The list of winners will be announced on our blog by Monday, February 17th.
Thanks so much for joining us!  Enjoy the hop!

25 comments:

grandmato19 said...

Sweet! Love the retro feel of the patterned papers and that wee little rolling pin! :)

Irish Cherokee said...

This card brought back immediate memories of grams kitchen. The mouse would have sent her up on a chair but she would have loved the rest of it. ***** stars out of ***** stars.

Blessings

Susie said...

Bridget, this is darling, and the rolling pin is the cherry on top! Isn't it wonderful when churches have a ministry to those in need of a meal. My mother-in-law receives "Meals on Wheels" and it's a blessing to her and to us since we don't live close enough to check on her everyday. What a wonderful surprise for those who will receive a meal from you. I don't think we know just how important these things are until we're faced with it ourselves. God bless you, Bridget. <3

bearsmother said...

Great job of coloring. The background paper makes you think you are in the kitchen. Love the rolling pin at the bottom.
fun card.

Giovana Smith said...

Love all the dimension on this project, Bridget!

merrymstamper said...

Beautiful work Bridget!! love the colours you chose to work with, it reminds me of a cheerful, sunny kitchen.

Nana Griffin said...

Love those background papers you picked! Everything goes perfectly together. Great job.

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

fabulous design and colors on your card!

the primitive country bug said...

Your card is just darling!!

Janeen said...

i love the warm kitcheny look of your papers. great job.

JD/ Jill said...

Pretty card...with lovely cheery colors. Your choice of the rolling pin for embellishment couldn't be more perfect!

Julie S. said...

I really am liking all these kitchen cards! That little rolling pin is a great touch!

Sue D said...

Such a sweet idea to include this with a meal.

Judy Woodland said...

This stamp set is just as cute as can be!! Love it, and love your card! Really sweet papers too!!

Indy said...

Oh so cute! Just love the Cocoa image and that darling rolling pin embellie! CUTE!
Hugs, Debbie!

craftymom205 said...

Great card.

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Scrappin' Diva said...

Fantastic card and the rolling pin is a cute addition to this card!

Kim B said...

This is so cute, love the dp, and that darling little rolling pin.

Daria Guenther said...

How beautiful. I just LOVE the floral background and bright colors!

Patty said...

Love your card, those papers are fabulous!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Wonderful card. great paper choices.

Heather said...

Ok, that little rolling pin is the cutest!!! And what a perfect card for giving along with a homemade meal! Great idea.

Lucinde said...

The rolling pin is perfect for cocoa!

Andrea La Vigne said...

Such a sweet card--and what a wonderful thought to include it with a meal like that! Love the rolling pin--glad you found it. Thanks for sharing this card, and your process to create it!

Graciellie CH said...

Love the coloring!!!!!!! Great job