Monday, November 8, 2010

Featured Guest Designer #2-Jak Heath

It's week two of the Sassy Cheryl's featured designer spot.  I am super proud and honored to have Jak Heath and her wonderful talent as this Monday's feature!  This woman is amazing!  
For those of you who are not familar with Jak and her delightful work, you will be amazed at her talent and 'knowhow' generosity!  Here is just a little about her.

Please welcome Jak Heath!


Jak is a designer in the crafting industry.  She is a published artist, having been credited with designing Remembering When and Flippin' Men decoupage for the La Pashe company.  Wow!  How incredible is that!  Jak lives in the North East of England with her wonderful husband Chris.  She is the proud mother of two beautiful daughters and a blessed grandmother to, as she puts it, a 'cheeky faced' grandson.  I bet he is super spoiled!  Don't you just bet!

I first came across Jak's amazing work back in August when she entered the 24th challenge at Sassy Cheryl's.  The challenge was to use black, white & pink with embellishments and this was her amazing entry using the Ladybug Lady stamp.  Isn't it gorgeous!

And I've been in love with her work ever sense.  She is truly a gifted artist.  

Along with Jak's delightful site, Jak Heath Creating Beautiful Things, she also has three amazing and informative sections including: Techniques & Tutorials, Jak Heath Designs and Promarker Knowhow.   Her site is warm, inviting and so professionally done.  She is not only a gifted designer and artist but also an amazing photographer.  But don't take my word for it.  Get over there and take a look.  But first. . . .check out this amazing card that Jak created for her Featured Designer Spot this week.  I'll let her tell you about it.

When the very talented Cheryl Alger (artist of Sassy Cheryl's) asked me to do a little project for her, I jumped at the chance.  I simply lover her work.  If you haven't yet found her, get on over there as you are missing out.

I used the Unhappy Santa with gift digi stamp and coloured it with Copic Markers.  I used a deep Purple card and created the scene with white ink and sponging over torn paper.  I then punched out a circle from scrap paper and spnged through the hole to make the moon.  I dabbed the Ink Essentials white pen randomly across the sponged scene for snow and added a star with the same pen.  I added lots of crushed glass gltter for the snow topped roof and added the image sepeartely with foam pads to give it that 3D effect.


Isn't he just about the cutest thing you've ever seen.  And so beautifully done!  And don't you just love the sweet little comment that she added! I told you she was amazing.
NOW. . . .you can head on over to Jak's site to see more of her amazing work, tutorials and knowhow!  But before you go, be sure to leave Jak a comment and let her know just how fantastic she is!

If you'd like to be a Featured Guest Designer here at Sassy Cheryl's Blog, simply send me an email for more information.  It's a simple as that.



7 comments:

  1. Congratulations Jak!! Love your card and that sentiment cracked me up!! I don't remember seeing this image so it's good you used it. Now, I will have to have it. LOL

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  2. Congratulations!! I remember this pink/black challenge card, I loved it. Big fan your work Jak! ~jeni :)

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  3. congratulations, Jak, I'm a big fan too!
    hugs, Alina

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  4. Congratulations! Your card is beautiful and lots of neat tips in your description.

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  5. WOW! What a talented artist! Jak~your coloring is divine.

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  6. Congratulations Jak! I too love your work and follow it regularly. This card is awesome. I enlarged it and just studied the beauty ofyour techniques! Awesome.

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  7. Jak, I have been a fan of your wonderful work for quite some time and you never disappoint. Thanks for sharing your talent with us :)

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