Featured Sassy Friend #6. . .Cheryl Moody

I never used to be a fan of Mondays until I started doing the Featured Sassy Friends post.  Now, I just LOVE them.  Each week, I get to bring you another amazing & oh, so talented card maker.
This is week #6 and I have the pleasure of introducing you to Cheryl Moody.  Many of you may already know Cheryl as she is a frequent poster on my blogs.  She's amazing!
Please welcome Cheryl Moody.

I first became familiar with Cheryl's work back in October.  She has some amazing cards.  Her coloring and paper selections are incredible and her cards bring new meaning to the word 'creativity!'  
I have a very hard time choosing a favorite among Cheryl's many, many cards, but this has to be among the top five.  This is a Halloween card that she made using the 'Boo' image.  I just love that polka dot paper and that orange ribbon.  It's perfectly adorable!  Don't you agree?!?!

NOW. . .
Let's see what Cheryl has created this week for the Featured Sassy Friend spot.
But I won't ruin it for her, I'll let her tell you a little about her tea light holder set that she made, using the Cappuccino Anyone Snowman image and how she got started in making cards.

Cheryl says. . .
     "Hello, my name is Cheryl.  I am thrilled to be the 'Featured Sassy Friend' this week.  Thank you Cheryl for considering me Sassy worthy!  I first became aware of stamping about ten years ago when I was managing a flower/craft shop.  I was looking through a supply catalogue from the States when I happened upon some 12 x 12 papers.  The papers were so beautiful, I just had to order a bunch.  The problem was, once I got them, I had no idea what to do with them.  Customers would say, 'These are pretty, what do you do with them?' I would just smile and say. . .'I don't know. . .but they are pretty aren't they.'
     Two years later when I discovered what could be done with those papers, I gave up floral designing and became an addicted card maker!  All I had to do was make one card and I was hooked!  For life!
     I love all of Cheryl's images.  Each character has it's own personality and you just know exactly what the card needs to say just by the look on the face or by their body language.  I love that she offers both coloured as well as the digi stamp.  On those days when I am feeling lazy, I just let Cheryl do all the work and I go for the coloured version.
     When Cappuccino Anyone Snowman came out, I fell in love!  I knew the adorable fella would serve me well throughout the year.  And I've used him here in my card today.  I decided he would make an adorable Birthday project for my step-daughter who had a November Birthday.  The tutorial for this tea light holder project can be found at StampARTic.  
     Thank you Cheryl, for sharing your wonderful talent with us.  Keep drawing and I will keep creating!  
Happy Stamping Everyone!"

Cheryl has two amazing shops that she sells her cards on.  The first is her Etsy shop, that she began back in 2009 and her Ebay store.  I hope that you will bookmark both stores and visit often. 
She also has a fun packed blog entitled, God and I on the Railroadtracks, that you'll certainly want to follow.
So, go one, check them out and be sure to leave Cheryl some kudos on her featured spot before you head out!

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget, be back next Monday when I'll have another incredibly talented featured Sassy Friend to introduce!  And if you'd like to be a featured Sassy Friend, just drop me an email, I'd love to hear from you.


  1. Congratulations! Your tea light holder is wonderful and makes a sweet gift.

  2. What a great idea for a gift. It's sure to make your Step-Daughter feel very special.

  3. Congratulations! Your card and gift idea is beautiful. I love the colors, great job!

  4. So glad to see you show cased as a "Sassy Friend". Love your beautiful cards. Hope to keep seeing more from you. ~jeni :)

  5. gorgeous creations, Cheryl, congratulations on being featured!
    hugs, Alina


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