Thursday, September 30, 2010

Dare To Be Sassy Thursday - Girls Rule, Boys Drool!

Hi, and welcome to another Thursday challenge at SSD.  It's all about girls!  Make a card or project that uses one of Lindsay's images and create something girly!  You can find all the amazing ditial images at Sassy Studio Designs store.

I also have a sneak peek for you of SSD's October 1st release, and let me tell you they are amazing!!
As you know, or may not know Halloween is my favourite holiday!  So this is my version of a "Girly" halloween card.  Let me introduce you to our newest addition to the SSD family, "Bride of Frankenstein".

Well, didn't I tell you they were amazing.  I didn't use traditional  halloween colors, because I wanted to enter this in a card challenge, and their theme was to use Purple and Silver.

The fence and sentiment were cut with my brand new "Little Monsters" Cricut cartridge, and I am lovin" it!  The flower I made, using the smallest round scalloped Spellbinders die cut.  I added a brad, and some Martha Stewart black glitter to the flower.  I embossed the purple card stock with the Swirls Cuttlebug embossing folder.  The designer paper is from the dollar store.  I had a stamp for bats, so I just glittered them and then cut them out.

I am also entering the following challenges:
Burtonesque Dolls - Challenge #20 Edward Scissorhands, Sketch.
Saturday Challenge - Challenge #102 Purple and Silver.
Practical Scrappers - Stamps.

Don't forget to link up your project to the SSD blog, for your chance to win some sassy images!

Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!


Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Cooking It Up With Katie - Sponsored by Sassy Studio Designs

Another wonderful challenge at Cooking It Up With Katie, and it is sponsored by Sassy Studio Designs.  The theme is Yellow and Sparkle, and don't forget you have a chance to win some wonderful SSD images. 

This is the adorable "Cupcake Honey" this was released a couple of months ago.  I colored most of the image with copics, but I paper pieced the cupcake wrapper.  I add Martha Stewart glitter to the cupcake, and to the flame on the candle.  The border punch, and designer paper are also from Martha Stewart (looks like I got a MS theme going on).  If you are a member of the SNR group, they have some wonderful tutorials for flowers, and that's where I got the tutorial for this flower.  The paper, for the flower, is just the reverse side of the background dp, and then I added a large crystal to the center.  I also added some glue to the tips of the flowers, and then sprinkled them with clear glitter.  I used a Sakura glitter pen, to highlight the scalloped edges around the image.

I am also entering this card in the following challenge:
All Sorts - challenge #71 Plain and Simple.

I hope you will take the time to participate in this challenge, after all who wouldn't want to win some gorgeous SSD images, and don't forget on Friday, Lindsay will have her new releases, and they are AWESOME!  So, thanks for stopping by, see you again next time!


Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Michelle Perkett Challenge #47 - Girly With Some Bling!

Wow, another Tuesday, and another fun challenge at Michelle Perkett's Studio Blog.  This week it's all about the ladies!  Using one of Michelle's images create a card or project that is "Girly" and has some bling, and who knows maybe you will be our winner next week.  The winner will get one digital image of their choice from Michelle's Etsy Store.

This is "Carmen Cupcake", a new release this month, and she is perfect for this week's challenge.  I found a tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers, and  youtube, for a "Pop-Up" easel card, and thought it would be fun to try.  I made it on a 6 x 6 inch card base, and the pop-up easel is glued or pop-dotted to the front of the card.  Here is a picture of the easel.

The easel is attached to a tag, and you use the ribbon at the top to pull it open, and it stands up like an easel card.  I love it!  It's very easy to do, and it can be modified to any size card.  I hope you'll give it a try.

I am also entering this card in the following challenges:
Cute Card Thursday - Challenge #131 Sketch.
Incy Wincy - Challenge #61 Anything Goes!

I hope you will enter our challenge this week, and I look forward to checking out your entries.  Thanks for stoppiing by.


Saturday, September 25, 2010

Inspirational Card Sketches Challenge #84

For this sketch I used "Autumn", she is part of the Four Seasons Series, created by Michelle Perkett.  You can find this digital stamp and many more stunning images at Michelle's Etsy Store.  You can also win some digital images from Michelle, by joining her challenge each week.  The current challenge is "Tag You're It!  You can find all the information on Michelle's challenge blog.

The designer paper is from Basic Grey's Origins Paper Pad.  I cut them in strips and then weaved them together.  Everything is layered on Bazzill card stock.  The rosebuds I made from left over card stock.  I used modge podge on them, to give them a shine, and harden the paper.  The sentiment is part of a sheet I got from Kraftin' Kimmie.  Ribbon and charms, are from my stash, and I probably got them at the dollar store!

I am also entering this card in the following challenges:
Tuesday Morning Sketches - Challenge #60 Handmade Flowers.
Cooking It Up With Katie - Challenge #30 Is That A Sweet Metal Ribbon I See!
Creative Card Crew - Autumn or Fall.
Paper Playtime - Challenge #17 Autumn.
Going Grey - Fall.
Stamp Something - Fall Colors.

Thanks for stopping by, and have a great week-end!


Thursday, September 23, 2010

Charisma Card Challenge #38 - Anything Goes!

For the Charisma Card Challenge "Anything Goes"  I made a tag, and used the image "Thomas", by the artist Michelle Perkett.  You can find this digital image and many more beautiful stamps, at Michelle's Etsy store.

So, I colored Thomas with copics, and then layered him on Bazzill card stock.  I used dark blue, yellow, and green to make a three layered frame for the image.  I cut the outer edges with some "funky" scissors, I've had for ages.  I used a Sakura glitter pen around the edges of the frames.  I found these diamond shaped eyelets at the dollar store, and used them to attach the image to the frame, then finished it off with some white ribbon, that was just knotted.  The whole thing was stuck to the tag using dimensional tape.

There is currently a challenge running at Michelle Perkett's challenge blog, and the theme is "Tag You're It".  Just create a card with a tag,  or just a tag using one of Michelle's image.  You can find all the info on her blog.  Sure hope you will participate with us this week!

I'm a little late getting this posted for the MPS challenge this week, but have been knocked out with a cold, but you know what they say, "Better Late Than Never".  Anyway, so glad you stopped by, enjoy the rest of your day!


Color Create Challenge Sponsored by Sassy Studio Designs!

Happy Thursday!  SSD is proud to sponsor the Color Create Challenge.  So what do you have to do!  Create a card using only white.  You can color your image, but all cardstock, embellishments, flowers, ribbons, etc.. must be white.  This is one of my favourite challenges.  Of course, don't forget you might  be the winner of  some Sassy Studio digital images!

This is the lovely "Rapunzel Honey" from the September release.  I paper pieced her dress, and colored the rest of the image with copics.  The gorgeous embossed paper in the background, is some I have had in my stash for a while, not sure who makes it.  I cut out an oval with the Spellbinders oval die, and attached the image to it.  I used the scalloped oval die on white vellum paper, and layered it behind the image.  I then glued some seed beeds on the scallops, and on the butterflies body.  I made the flower using my Cricut Wildcard cartridge, and the same cartridge for the branches of leaves.  The butterfly and border punch is by Martha Stewart.   The sentiment is from Kraftin' Kimmie.

I am also entering this card in the following challenges"
Incy Wincy - Challenge #60 All White!
All Sorts - Challenge Week 70 3 Punches!
A Spoonful Of Sugar - Challenge #122 Anything Goes!

Well, there you have it, thanks for popping by and having a peek!  Have a great day.


Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Flutter By Wednesday Challenge #123 - All Things Winged!

The image I used for the Flutter By Wednesday challenge is from Lili Of the Valley, and it's called "Fairies Bouquet"., and of course it fits in with the challenge theme, "All Things Winged".

So I colored her with copics, and layered the image on green Bazzill card stock.  The blue and green card stock was embossed with the Cuttlebug Swirls folder.  The border punch is from Martha Stewart, and it's called Scallop Dot edger.  The designer paper is from Best Creations.  I made the photo corners myself, using the Martha Stewart lace border punch, and then added a gem.

I guess you are wondering why there is ribbon sticking out of the side of the card!  Well, that's because it is a  pocket card.

I added a cute "Thank You" sentiment from Create With TLC.

Thanks for popping by, and having a look!


Saturday, September 18, 2010

Bee Crafty Challenge #38 - Fall Into Fashion!

For the Bee Crafty Fall Into Fashion challenge, I used the newly released "Put On Your Party Dress" from Michelle Perkett Studio's etsy store.

Designer paper from Martha Stewart, as well as the Optic Dot, border and corner punch.  Flowers were cut with my Cricut, with Doodlebug buttons glued on for the centers.

I am also entering this card in the following challenges:
Charisma Card - Challenge #37 Sketch It!
Crafts and Me - Challenge #13 Easels!
Secret Crafters Saturday Challenge - Challenge #101 Anything Goes!

There is also a challenge up and running at Michelle Perkett's blog, the theme is to create a birthday card.  The winner will receive a $10.00 gift certificate to shop at Michelle's etsy store.  Good luck!

Have a great week-end, and thanks for coming by, always a welcome treat to read any comments you leave!


Friday, September 17, 2010

Sassy Studio Designs Is Sponsoring "Stamp Something"

Hi, here's another chance to win some fabulous Sassy Studio Images, just hop over to Stamp Something Blog, and enter their challenge, which is pretty easy, just use a digi image.

I used the "Fallen Leaves" image, and created a card for the Autumn Season.  The designer paper is from the Basic Grey Origins paper pack.  I cut four corners out of orange card stock, and embossed it with the leaves folder from Cuttlebug.  I layered together two buttons, from Doodlebug, and tied them together with brown embroidery thread. 

Other challenges I am entering are:
Incy Wincy - Challenge #59 Autumn Colors.
All Sorts - Challenge #69 - Colors of Autumn.
Craftalicious - Challenge #8 "Thanks".
Cupcake Craft Challenge - Challenge #108 Sketch.
Polly Craft - Challenge #61 Autumns Colors.
Paper Sundaes - Challenge #35 Minimum of 3 embellishments.

I just wanted to remind you there is currently a challenge running on the SSD BLOG.  The theme is to "create something other than a card".  I hope you will join us again this week, after all who doesn't want a chance to win some Sassy Studio images.

Have a great week-end, and thanks for poppin" by!


Thursday, September 16, 2010

Dare To Be Sassy Thursday - Something Other Than A Card!

Hi, and good morning, it's time for another SSD challenge, and it's a beauty!  Using one of SSD's images create anything but a card.

This adorable image is called "Baby It's Cold Outside" which you can find at Lindsay's store.  I know you are thinking this looks like a card, but it's not!  I made a CD cover, I received the instructions on how to make one from Whimsey Doodles.  It's super easy. 

This is the inside where you slip in the CD.  I made mine christmasy, figuring you could use it to send a CD of either pictures or christmas music, but you could decorate it anyway you want, and create a theme.

As usual I colored her with Copics.  I used the Cuttlebug Snowflake embossing folder, and the Martha Stewart Lace border punch.  This took no time at all to put together.

I hope you will join our challenge this week, and don't forget you have a chance to win some gorgeous SSD images.  Have a great day!


Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Michelle Perkett Challenge #45 - Birthday Cards!

This week, Michelle Perkett, is featuring Operation Write Home (OWH) Birthday Celebration.  We would like you to make a birthday card with Michelle's images and send them to one of the OWH shippers.  The only restriction is NO GLITTER, or glitter products because it puts the soldiers lives in danger.  We challenge you to make a card that a soldier can send home to a family member; wife, husband, child, mom, dad, girlfriend, boyfriend etc.  Don't forget you will still have a chance to win a $10.00 gift certificate to shop at Michelle's Etsy Store.

The "Abby and Walter" birthday image was perfect for this challenge.  I colored the image with Copics, and then layered it on blue and yellow Bazzill card stock.  The designer paper is from the dollar store.  I used the Happy Birthday embossing folder by Cuttlebug on the blue background cardstock.  The ribbon is threaded threw the blue cardstock and then layered on yellow.  I discovered using different styles of flowers cut by my Cricut make quite a nice flower, which is what I did for this one.  I podged the layers to give them a bit of stability and shine, before I put the flower together.

I am also entering this card in the following challenge:
Sketch Saturday - challenge #120.
KAH-Wink-E-Dink - birthday card.

I sure hope you will join our challenge this week, it is for a great cause!  Have a great week, and thanks for coming by.


Saturday, September 11, 2010


This is a very special release day at Sassy Studio Designs.  In honour of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attack on New York, Lindsay has created three new digital images, and is releasing them today on the anniversary of 9/11.  I am using the "Fire Fighter Honey" in memory of all the courageous New York City Fire Department (FDNY) heroes past and present!  I hope you will take a moment to reflect on that fateful day, and offer up a prayer of thanks and gratitude, to all the men and women who answered the call, and helped, regardless of injury to themselves.  I am a proud Canadian, but my heart broke that day, as if I truly were an American.  I remember with such clarity where I was, and what I was doing when the news broke, we will never forget!

You will be able to see all the images by going to each DT's blog.  If you just came from Lisa's blog, then you are on the right track.  The next stop along the way is Amanda.  Amanda is going to have 4 challenges during the day, one each hour beginning at 9 A.M.  You have until Sunday September 12th at 4 P.M., she will annouce the winners later that night. 

I challenged myself with this card.  I wanted to use a totally "off the wall" color combo, one that I would not normally work with.  So as you can see I chose blue, red and yellow.  Even though this hop is in honour of the men and women of 9/11, I wanted something bright and cheerful, a new beginning!  I think I accomplished it.

The coat, hat and pants are all paper pieced with the same designer background paper.  I colored the rest of the image with Copics.  I used the Spellbinders Oval and Scalloped dies to cut and layer the image.  I used the Romance embossing folder by Cuttlebug on the blue, yellow and red card stock.  The sentiment is a freebie from Create With TLC.  Other than the image my favourite is the flower.  I used my Cricut to cut different flower shapes.  Then I used modge podge on them, to harden them a bit and make them shine.  I found that the podge helps them keep their shape once you start rolling them.  There are six layers to the flower, and a blue gem in the middle.

I hope you have enjoyed the hop so far, and if you are interested in the new releases hop on over to the Sassy Studio Design store, where you will find lots of sassy images to choose from!

I am also entering this card in the following challenges:
Sunday Sketch and Stamp - Challenge #36 Erin's sketch.
Charisma Card - Challenge #36 Try Something New.  I tried a new color combo, and flower.
OWH Hero Blog.


Truly Scrumptious Challenge #40 Get Knotted!

This is another image from Michelle Perkett Studio called "Candy".  You can find all kinds of gorgeous digital images at Michelle's Etsy Store.
Truly Scrumptious also provided a sketch for this challenge, and the added bonus was to add a knot some where on your project.  Take a look at the sketch!  It was a lot of fun to work with.

I decided to make this into an easel card, as it went well with the sketch.  The sentiment is from C.C. Designs.  The Boo's were cut with my Cricut, I used the Wildcard cartridge.  The designer paper is from last years Basic Grey halloween pack.  I layered the image on black Bazzill card stock, then used the EK Success corner punch on the orange cardstock, to frame the picture.  I also used the EK Success ribbon punch to thread the halloween ribbon threw the orange card stock.  The butterfly was cut using the Large Martha Stewart butterfly punch, then used MS glitter on the butterfly.  My added knot is the black ribbon at the top of the card.  To keep the easel card open I used a BoBunny halloween Ghost Brad, although it is hard to see it in the picture.

I am also entering the Incy Wincy challenge #58 - Celebrate!
Cute Card Thursday - challenge #129 Play On Words!
Tuesday Throwdown - challenge #16 Celebrate Fall!  The best way for me to celebrate fall is with Halloween!

Thanks for coming by, and have a great week-end!


Friday, September 10, 2010

Burtonesque Dolls Challenge #17 - Willy Wonka!

The Burtonesque Dolls are having a fabulous challenge, this week.  They want us to create a candy bag, candy box, chocolate bar, and any fun or funky new chocolate candy you would find at Willy Wonka's Factory.  I had a blast doing this challenge, it really made me think "outside of the box".  So, here is what I came up with.

I used this adorable digital image from Tiddly Inks, and he is called "Frankoboto".  My new candy bag(box) is filled with "Chocolate Covered Mixed Bolts", a great addition to Willy Wonka's factory.  What robot doesn't enjoy his bolts with yummy chocolate all over them! 

I wanted to show you a side view, the box closes in the back with a flap.  I had this box from some candy I had bought from Laura Secord, so I took it apart and made a template for this one.  I used the Clockworks embossing folder from Cuttlebug, it has clock parts and bolts.  I downloaded a font from called "Halloween Spider Font", it went perfect with the theme.  Then I used some bolts and attached them with black embroidery thread to the bow. 

I am really happy with how this box turned out, and I think I was giggling the whole time I was making it.  Halloween is my favourite holiday, and I decided to combine the two together in creating this box.  I am going to send this to my grandson, but I will definitely fill it with "Human" goodies!

I hope you enjoyed reading about my efforts, I know I certainly enjoyed making this little box.  Thanks for stopping by.  Have a great week-end!


Thursday, September 9, 2010

Sketch Saturday Challenge #119

This little cutie, "Eva The Glam Mermaid" is another digital image from Michelle Perkett Studio.  You can buy her at Michelle's etsy store.  This was another wonderful sketch provided by Sketch Saturday, and here is the sketch.

The designer papers used were from Basic Grey,  BoBunny, and DCWV.  The punch was by Martha Stewart - Optic Dots.  Brads and gems are from Crafts, and ribbon and lace from my stash.  The flower was made from leftover designer papers.  I used a sakura glitter pen on the hair, and the flowers on the mermaid, and some glitter on the homemade flower. 

I am also entering the following challenges:
Crafts and Me - challenge #12 Gems and Sparkle.
Totally Paper Crafts - challenge #32 Charming (use atleast 1 charm on your project).
Lexi Creations - challenge #22 Flower Power.

Well, there you have it, my inspiration from this very creative sketch.  Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day!


Wednesday, September 8, 2010

For Fun Challenges Sponsored by SSD!

Hi, Today Sassy Studio Designs is sponsoring a challenge over at For Fun Challenges.  There challenge is to use Black, White and 1 color. 

I used one of the releases that came out in August.  This cutie is called "Air Force Honey", one of many you can find at Lindsays Store. I can't believe how dark the black turned out in this picture.  What was great about making this card, is that I used up odd size papers I had left.  I cut the image out and then used the Cricut to cut the scalloped circle.  The sentiment is from Create With TLC.

I am also entering this card at Saturday Challenge - Challenge #99 Clean and Simple.

I hope you participate in this challenge, and I would like to remind you today is the last day to enter the Dare To Be Sassy Thursday Challenge at the SSD blog.  The theme is "Fairy Tale Inspired" and you could win 2 SSD images of your choice.  Hope to see you there!

Have a great day everyone, and thanks for coming by!


Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Inspirational Card Sketch Challenge Sponsored by SSD!

Sassy Studio is sponsoring another challenge this week, and it is at Inspirational Card Sketch.  Some lucky participant will have a chance to win some of Lindsay's gorgeous digital images.  You can find all her sassy girls Here.

For this challenge I used "Princess Aurora Honey", one of the new releases for September.

I love the color combo brown (chocolate) and a peachy pink together.  So I used some designer paper I got at the dollar store, and A/C card stock.  I embossed the brown with the Kassie's Brocade Cuttlebug folder.  I made the rosebuds with leftover cardstock.  The sentiment is from Kraftin' Kimmie.

I hope you will participate in this week challenge, and I would like to remind you there is currently a challenge going on at SSD's Blog.  The theme is "Fairy Tale Inspired", and you have a chance to win two SSD images of your choice.

Have a great day, and thanks for stopping by.


Craftalicious Challenge #7 - Purple and Green!

This challenge was "right up my alley", I love the color combo Purple and Green.  This beautiful image was created by Michelle Perkett, she is called "Willow The Autumn Fairy" and she is one of many of my favourites by the artist.  You can find all Michelle's beautiful digital images at  her Etsy Store, and she is currently running a challenge at her blog.  The theme is Faux Stitching, you must use one of her images on your card/project, for the chance to win a $10.00 gift certificate at her store.

I used my Cricut to cut all the scalloped squares, and to make the grunge flower, (least I think it's a grunge flower).  The cricut cartridge is called Accent Essentials.  This was my first attempt at a grunge flower, and I think it turned out pretty good.  The designer papers are by Martha Stewart, and the card stock is from A/C.

I hope you are all having a great week so far.  Thanks for stopping by!


Saturday, September 4, 2010

Stamptacular Sunday Challenge #74 - Pretty In Pink!

I loved this challenge, since Pink is a favourite color of mine, and I got to use this gorgeous image from Michelle Perkett.  She is called "Emma The Amore Fairy", you can buy her at Michelle's Etsy Store, and there are lots of digital images to chose from, have fun!

I am combining this challenge with three others, and they are:
Papertake Weekly - Just One.  You had to use 1 of something.  So you have the choice on my card, of 1 designer paper, or 1 cardstock, or 1 pinwheel, or 1 color.
PollyCraft - Add A Little Nature.  My nature is the flowers in the image, and the flowers I made with the DP, and the cardstock.
Tuesday Morning Sketch - Challenge #57.

I found a tutorial in "Cards" magazine to make the pinwheel, and I thought it went great with the nature theme, being outdoors and all.  The rose buds I also made from the left over papers from this card.  I then added diamond glaze to stiffen them, and make them shiny.  The circles were cut with the Spellbinder dies, and of course the sentiment is from Create With TLC.

I just want to remind you that there is currently a challenge running at Michelle Perkett's blog, the theme is "Hold On To Summer".  You also have the chance to win a $10.00 voucher to shop at Michelle's store.  I hope you'll join us, and good luck if you do.

So there you have it, I think she's quite cute all in pink, I hope you think so too.  Thanks for stopping by and have a great week-end.


Thursday, September 2, 2010

Dare To Be Sassy Thursday - Fairy Tale Theme!

Hi, and welcome to another fabulous Sassy Thursday!  This week is all about Fairy Tales, and Lindsay has just released some cute Little Honey's that would be perfect for this challenge.  Head on over to her Sassy Studio Store, where you fill find lots of gorgeous images to chose from!  This week I used the adorable "Snow White Little Honey", and here is what I came up with.

I used my copics to color her, except for the bottom of her dress and bow, I paper pieced it. Then I layered her on oval and scalloped Spellbinder dies. The wonderful sentiment is from Create With TLC, she has so many great word arts to chose from.  I used my new Martha Stewart Flower Shower border punch, on the red card stock.  The gorgeous embossing is from the Cuttlebug Kassie's Brocade folder.  Ribbons and flowers are from my stash. 

I am also entering her in the following challenge:
Sunday Sketch and Stamp - Challenge #35 Emma's Sketch.

I hope you will join our challenge this week, and who wouldn't love a chance to win some amazing Sassy Studio images.  Don't forget to link up your entry at the SSD blog.  Good ladies!


Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Sassy Studio Designs - September Release!

Hello there!
September 1st already, wow hard to believe, but with September comes the new Sassy releases, and let me tell you they are awesome!  You can get them all at the Sassy Studio Store, and I have a couple to show you.  If you have been checking our blogs or on Paper Craft Planet, you may have seen some sneak peeks!

This is the "Little Mermaid", one of the new Little Honeys.  I remember watching the little mermaid with my girls, many many moons ago, but she wasn't as cute as this Little Honey! 

I cut out different size circles with my cricut, to layer the image on, and then I used the Easter cartridge to cut out the doily.  I also used the Martha Stewart Scalloped Dot edger punch for trim under the pink ribbon.  The gorgeous DP is by Best Creations.

My next card is also a Little Honey, she's "Briar Rose".  Can you guess the theme Lindsay went with, yep it's Disney fairy tale characters.

I love the Little Honey's, they are so much fun to color, and these new ones are amazing, and just as much fun!
Briar Rose is layered on Bazzill card stock.  The DP is by Bobunny and it's called Peacock Lane Tweet.  I just used the reversed side for the panels.  I wanted to enter this card into a challenge, but we weren't allowed to use any die cuts whatsoever.  Then I realized once I took the picture, that I had used my cricut for the flower.  Since I really like it on this card, I decided to leave it, and not enter the challenge.  I wonder if the Cricut counts as die cuts!  The middle of the flower is a Prima Mini Rose.

For this blog hop we are having a storybook trivia game.  Every  DT blog has a question about a disney character, and once you have figured out the answer, just post them on the SSD blog.  You will have a chance to win 3 of the new digi releases, providing you have all the correct answers.  So don't forget to check out all the DT blogs for your trivia questions, and see the other amazing Little Honey's!

So my question is about the Little Mermaid.

What did the Little Mermaid use as a comb for her hair?

Good luck ladies, see you tonight on the party blog!