Wednesday, September 8, 2010

September Guest Designer

Hi, Just wanted to take this opportunity to introduce our new Fabulous September Guest Designer...
Here's a little info about Debbie to help you get to know her better! You can find her creations on Paper Craft Planet!

Sassy Studio Guest Designer Questionnaire

1. Name: Debbie Miller

2. Location: Northern Minnesota

3. How long have you been stamping? Oh, about 18 years or so, which by the way, does not reflect my age of let’s say “35”, yes “35” is a good number!

4. How did you hear about Sassy Studios? Surfing the net, I ran across a card a gal had made, and it struck me as “wow, that card has attitude”. The design was unlike anything I’d seen from stamp companies, so I took the leap into digital images and never looked back. Although I have to say Sassy images are my favorite to work with.

5. What was your first ever Sassy Image? Martini pin up of course. Of all my images, that one I use over and over and over. It’s that perfect “need a sassy card for a man” image. I find it very versatile because you can change the martini color for guys and gals.

6. What are five craft items you can’t live without? ATG Gun, bling, copics, cricut machine, and stickles.

7. What is your favorite coloring medium? Copics. You can’t beat the skin tones for the sassy designs.

8. Any tips or techniques you can give fellow stampers? If you’re not quite sure you like a card you designed – walk away from it – sleep on it – the next day your “fresh eyes” will love it, if not, I like to get rid of the evidence....just like that card NEVER happened….then I move onto new paper and new designs. Don’t let that one you didn’t really love block your creativity.

9. If you could create your very own sassy image, what would it be? The roaring 20’s flapper girls. I just love the fringe dresses, featherly/blingly head dress, and the long necklaces. Their attitude compliments their outfits. I would love to see a collection like this.

10. Any questions you want to ask Sassy Studio Designs? Do you create your digital designs from a sketch? How do they come from your pencil to the computer?

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