Thursday, November 29, 2007

Brightly Colored Sketch Challenge & Half-Winner!

While I'm waiting for today's Ways to Use It challenge to be posted, I'll share yesterday's sketch challenge card and some news with you.
First of all, I didn't post this yesterday, because I was at a job interview, and guess what - I got it!!! I will be starting work in the next 10 days (have to wait for a drug test and background check to go through first). That's good news for me, but maybe not-so-good news for my blog... I'm not sure how often I will be able to complete the challenges and post them once I start working.
On a happier note for the blog, lindass was the first to guess correctly that my technique will feature gift card holders as the project. Linda - please send me your address via email (, so I can mail your prize. No one has guessed the actual technique yet, so there's STILL time for that. Next week, I will post a hint, and I'm *sure* you'll get it with just one hint.
One last announcement... starting December 8th and continuing on for 12 days, I will be featuring a special gift-giving project that can be made at my house for just $5. This, of course, is my 12 Days of Christmas. If you're on my mailing list (sign up to the right), you'll receive the email listing them all this weekend. I will offer the kits, as well. If you do not live in the Chicago area, I will mail them to you via priority mail for $4.60 or $7.95, whichever box your project(s) need.
On to the card....First the recipe, then the story...
Stamp Set: Time Well Spent
Ink: Pink Passion & Basic Gray
Paper: Basic Gray, Pink Passion, Whisper White, Winter Bright SSK DSP
Accessories: Zig Painty pen, Metal buttons, Crystal Stickers Pearls
Now the story...
This card took me COMPLETELY outside my comfort zone. I was cleaning up the crafting room and came across these metal buttons (not really sure what else to call them - little help??) - they're like bottle caps without the rough edges and mounted on self-adhesive foam. I have NO IDEA who even makes them. I know I got them at a Scrapbook Expo in California, but that's all the info I have on them. If anyone else can shed some light on this guys, I'm all ears... I would love to get some more. Anyway, back to inspiration... I found these and wanted to use them. Lucky for me, Roxie's sketch challenge fit them perfectly. The buttons (I'm calling them that until someone tells me what they really are!) are Basic Gray, Pink Passion, and White. That's right - Basic Gray!!! My new favorite color! I started with a Basic Gray card base, added the Pink Passion (had to look up the name of this color because I had NEVER used it before) strip. The large block, I knew was going to be Whisper White with some sort of pattern on it. The striped button led me to the Winter Bright SSK DSP (again, a favorite). It wasn't exactly the same colors, but I think it works, so that was my final strip. I had to use my new Time Well Spent set, so I stamped the little flower in Pink Passion and Basic Gray on the Whisper White. I was going to use the large flower from that set, as well, but I remember my Pretties Kit large flower and went with that instead. At convention, we learned to color the Pretties Kit flowers with markers, so I used the Pink Passion marker to draw stripes along the center ridge of the petals. The buttons came on a strip of 4, so I used the last one for the center of the flower. After stamping the sentiment on the striped strip in Basic Gray (of course), I thought it needed a little something extra to fit with the flashiness of this card. In a recent trip into Archivers, I happened to see Mark Richards' Crystal Stickers Pearls. I resisted. But then, I had ordered a Stardust pen. When I went to pick it up, there on the counter were the Pearls. I had to have them at that point! So, they got stuck on the little flowers in the sentiment after I colored them with the Zig painty pen. Anyway, that's the story of this card! Enjoy!

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Stay Put Bow Video AND Blog Candy!

As promised, here is the video for the Stay Put Bow...

I used it for the cards pictured below for today's color combo challenge. I couldn't decide between using the large flower to make a full-sized card and the smaller one for a 3x3, so I did both! One of the colors was Basic Gray, and if you've noticed lately, I'm posting quite a bit with this color... LOVE IT!!! I hope you like my color challenge cards...

Color Combo Challenge # 142 - Basic Gray, Bashful Blue, & Certainly Celery
Stamp Sets: Doodle This, Priceless, Short & Sweet
Ink: Basic Gray, Bashful Blue Craft
Paper: Certainly Celery, Basic Gray, Bashful Blue Textured, Certainly Celery Prints DSP
Accessories (both): Light Blue Gingham ribbon, Crop-a-Dile (for stay put bow), Zig Painty pen, Pop Dots
Accessories (full card): Ice Circle Rhinestone brad
Accessories (3x3): Microbeads - these are smashed into the pop dot in the center of the flower... look closely!

I have a bit of news to share... on December 10th, I will be hosting a challenge on SCS!!! I will be hosting the Try a New Technique challenge, so make sure you check it out!!! Two of the projects for the challenge are on the video... can you guess the technique??? There WILL be Blog Candy for you if you guess correctly!! When I decide what to give, I will post a picture. The quicker the correct guess, the bigger the prize. A small hint for you - this is a two-part challenge. More hints to come in the coming weeks... stay tuned and get your thinking caps on!

Monday, November 26, 2007

Three More Challenges

I took a stampin' hiatus over the Thanksgiving weekend, but I'm back now! I had to get caught up with all the challenges, so here are today's challenges...
Bella Sketch Challenge # 5 + Bella Black Friday Bonus Challenge - make a holiday Bella from a non-holiday Bella. The Bella image came from my Secret Sis... LOVE my sis!!!!!!!!
Stamps: Cosmobella, Tags On Board
Ink: Basic Gray, Jet Black StazOn
Paper: Dashing DSP, Basic Gray, Whisper White
Accessories: Corner Rounder punch, Word Window punch, Large Oval punch, Fire Circle Rhinestone brads, Watercolor Wonder Crayons (Night of Navy, Really Rust, Creamy Caramel, Glorious Green, Real Red)

Try a New Technique Challenge # 144 - Clear Nugget Box + Matching Card
The bottom of the nugget (Snickers) box is lined with the striped paper from the Winter Bright SSK. I didn't have any transparency sheets, so I used the "window" from my new ornaments' box. It worked very well!
Stamps: Tags on Board, Michael's $1 foam snowflakes
Ink: White StazOn (snowflakes), Handsome Hunter (tree), VersaMark (sentiment), Real Red Craft (chipboard tag)
Paper: Wild Wasabi, Winter Bright SSK DSP
Accessories: Wild Wasabi Double-Stitched grosgrain, On Board Accents (tag), Acetate sheet, Silver gel pen

Demonstrable Card Challenge # 27 - Masculine Cards
Today's challenge was to create a masculine card. This is my take! This technique is called repetitive stamping. To do this, you ink the stamp once in a dark color, then stamp the image multiple times without re-inking. In this case, it gives the illusion of movement.
Stamp Sets: Wanted, Much Appreciated, Sanded BG
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Sahara Sand, Really Rust
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, Apple Cider DSP
Accessories: Star punch, Pewter Jumbo eyelet, Crop-a-Dile (to set eyelet), Cutter Kit (distressing tool), Hemp Twine, Pop Dots

This card was the first one I've staged with some props... do you like this photography style, or just the card please?? Please post a comment and let me know. Thanks!
Have a great week!!

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Wrapping Up the Holidays Promotion

Check out all of these sales from Stampin' Up! These sales will run from November 23 - December 15, or while supplies last! Order yours by December 10th to make sure it's here in plenty of time for Christmas! Check out ALL the details HERE.
  • Holiday Tag Bundle - ONLY $4.95 - A new item just for this promotion! This bundle includes several pre-cut pieces that makes 15 quick and easy toppers for gift giving. This bundle includes...
    • 30 pieces of Whisper White CS cut to 2" x 4 1/4"
    • 15 pieces of Real Red Textured CS cut to 3 1/2" x 4 1/4"
    • 15 pieces of Soft Sky Prints DSP cut to 3" x 4 1/4"
    • 15 pieces of Real Red zigzag twill tape cut to 3 1/2"
  • Empty Accents and Elements Tin-3 Pack - $9.95 - A new item chosen just for this promotion!
  • Tags for All Stamp Set 20% off! - That's just $24.76 to hand-make ALL of your holiday tags and cards!!
  • Hand Selected Accents & Elements for just $8.21!
  • Purely Pomegranate and Chocolate Chip Satin Ribbon Buy 1, get 1 free! That's just $9.95 for 30 yards of ribbon!
For SUPER CUTE projects made with these items, check HERE.

One more thing before I leave you... here is Latte's first snowfall... she LOVED it! She got to play with Auntie Leeza on Thanksgiving Day.

Happy Thanksgiving!

So, today, I decided to make something to sit on my piano in my living room... a little frame for the kids. This fulfilled this week's color challenge, as well as this week's sketch challenge. While I didn't exactly make a card, I think this is a valid substitute. Plus, look at them - aren't they so cute?? I don't think you can see it in the photo, but the striped paper is dry embossed with the Fiskars texture template paw prints.
Stamps: Unknown vendor paw prints
Ink: Basic Gray
Paper: Pretty in Pink, Wild Wasabi, Bashful Blue, Winter Bright SSK DSP
Accessories: Fiskars paw print texture template, Empressor stylus, Basic Gray Taffeta ribbon, 1 3/8" Square punch

I hope you all have a safe and happy thanksgiving! I'm hoping the snow will let us go to my parents' house tomorrow morning... wish us luck! Be sure to check back Saturday, as I will be posting Stampin' Up!'s sales for the holiday season! They look really cool thus far... don't have all the details, but they're supposed to be available Friday. I'm going to *try* to post them Friday, but Saturday for sure! Until then...

Monday, November 19, 2007

Two More Challenges

I decided to do a few more challenges today. The first one is a Bella Challenge!!! I happened across these (a month late, of course), but now I'm WAY stoked!!! Jamie (AKA jaymerz) posts the weekly sketch challenge using Bellas. This card here is for Sketch Challenge #4. I rotated the sketch, so my javabellas would fit nicely. This card went this afternoon to my good friend, Kate (AKA scrappintica), whose birthday is November 30th. There was, of course, something coffee-related inside!Stamps: javabellas
Ink: Basic Gray
Paper: Kraft, Whisper White, Cutie Pie DSP
Accessories: Corner Rounder punch, Watercolor Wonder Crayons (Night of Navy, Old Olive, Rose Red, So Saffron, Really Rust, More Mustard, Chocolate Chip, Lavender Lace), Crop-a-Dile, Basic Gray Taffeta ribbon
This is the LAST card that uses a stay put bow that I will post before I post the tutorial... I promise!!!

The next "card" is for this week's Try a New Technique Challenge #143 called You are my cup of tea! For this challenge, we were supposed to make a tea bag holder. It was foggy and rainy and cold outside, so all I could think about was hot chocolate. So that's what I used to decorate my tea bag holder. This will not hold a Swiss Miss cocoa pouch, BUT if you change the dimensions (after the recipe for this card), it would easily work that way.
Stamp Set: Like It a Latte (LOVE THIS SET!!!)
Ink: Chocolate Chip (cup + sentiment), Sahara Sand (marshmallows - all of them), Pixie Pink Craft (hearts)
Paper: Certainly Celery, Chocolate Chip, Confetti White - the yucky weather made my Certainly Celery look more Mellow Moss and Green Galore, but I promise you, it's Certainly Celery
Accessories: Crystal Clear embossing powder (hearts), Crystal Effects - that's how I got the cup to look liquid

To make the actual cocoa pocket, you'll need a piece of card stock 5 1/4" x 11". You will score it at 3 5/8" on both ends. The center will be slightly larger (like 1/8"), but it works very well to make the pocket with it slightly larger. I adhere the edge of the left-hand side to the score line - that gives a slightly fatter pocket to put the hot chocolate mix in. Is that in English??? Maybe I need more coffee... HTH!
Until next time...

Stamp a Stack Christmas Card

Today's Demo Challenge on SCS was to create a card for a Holiday Stamp a Stack. For those of you who don't know, a Stamp a Stack is just what you might think it sounds like - you come and stamp a stack of cards all the same. Usually, they're birthday cards, thank you cards, or Christmas cards. This is the card that I'm going to try to hold my Stamp a Stack around this year. This card is super simple, but very elegant (IMO). For those of you who despise using Whisper White for its SLOW drying time, try the TEXTURED card stock... it's dry time is next to nothing. HTH!

Stamp Set: Solemn Stillness
Ink: Night of Navy, Encore Silver
Paper: Night of Navy, Real Red Textured, Whisper White Textured
Accessories: Real Red narrow grosgrain
This card also uses the stay put ribbon technique... I AM working on this tutorial for you!

Yesterday, I jumped on the Scalloped Circle ornament band wagon. OMG are these SO SIMPLE to make! They turn out super cute (again, IMO). The first one I did used Soft Sky Prints Designer Series Paper. You just cut 8 Scalloped Circles + 12" of cord (I used Silver elastic) + beads of your choice. You just fold the scalloped circles in half and tape the "wrong" sides together. Use a strip of Sticky Strip to lock the cord in place, close the last circle, and you're DONE. You can embellish it with beads or glitter or whatever you like!

Paper: Soft Sky Prints DSP
Accessories: Scallop Circle punch, Silver elastic cord, beads

I got to thinking... I bet I could use photos instead of just paper, so I did! I took 8 photos of my furry kids (of course!) and shrunk them down. I used Power Point to save paper and just put all the photos on one page. I had to make the photos around 2" x 3" to get it to work with the Scalloped Circle Punch. I think I might have to check out one of the large Marvy punches to make my photos larger. I printed my photos on Whisper White CS. The photo paper, I thought, wouldn't bend really well. In any event, enjoy!

Paper: Whisper White
Accessories: Scallop Circle punch, Purely Pomegranate Double-Stitched grosgrain

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Weekend Sketch Challenge #28 + Free Stamps!

I decided to play with Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenge, as well as kick out another card for the Limited Supplies Challenge (here's my first one). If you don't recognize that heart, that's because IT'S BRAND NEW!!!!!!!!! It's a Level 3 hostess set from the Spring/Summer 2008 Collection. That's right... this set, called Time Well Spent, was sent to all Stampin' Up! demonstrators FREE. Oh yeah, FREE STAMPS!!!! You knew right away, I HAD to ink it up, so this is the first of 3 cards I made with this awesome new set.
Stamp Sets: Time Well Spent, Floral BG
Ink: Elegant Eggplant, Rose Red
Paper: Elegant Eggplant, Always Artichoke, Regal Rose
Accessories: Watercolor Wonder Crayons (Regal Rose, Always Artichoke, Elegant Eggplant); Scallop Circle punch, Theater Ribbon Originals

The second card I made I'm calling "Groovy Butterfly". This is the first card, if you notice, made with Groovy Guava CS, one of the 2007 InColor line. For some reason, this set just begged for me to use the GG, so I did. I also used 2 more of the InColor line... This is also the first time I used my sewing machine on a card. Lots of first going down here... hmmm...
Stamp Set: Time Well Spent
Ink: Basic Gray
Paper: Groovy Guava, Ballet Blue, Rose Red, River Rock, Soft Sky
Accessories: Stampin' Write Markers (Rose Red, Ballet Blue, Elegant Eggplant), Stirling Silver glitter + 2-way Glue Pen, Sewing machine

The last card (for today) I made with this set uses the cracked glass technique. If you're not familiar with this technique, GET familiar! HERE is Beate's awesome (as always) tutorial on cracked glass. When I was mounting the set, the large flower looked like something that should be done with cracked glass to me. Again, no idea, but maybe it was the Mike's Hard Lemonade... In any event, I think it looks pretty cool cracked. I also see TONS of bright color when I look at this set, so lots of layers came with it. Just an FYI, as well, I watercolored after stamping with Basic Gray on Very Vanilla, and it was colorfast, meaning it didn't bleed when it got wet. Just another reason why I love Basic Gray!
Stamp Set: Time Well Spent
Ink: Basic Gray, Taken with Teal, Creamy Caramel (on the cracks)
Paper: Elegant Eggplant, So Saffron, Taken with Teal, Rose Red, Certainly Celery, Very Vanilla
Accessories: Watercolor Wonder Crayons (Rose Red, Taken with Teal, Elegant Eggplant), Stampin' Write Markers (So Saffron, Certain Celery, Rose Red), Regal Rose wide grosgrain, Basic Gray Taffeta ribbon
This project uses a Stay Put Ribbon technique that I learned at a FABULOUS Inkerbelles gathering earlier this year. I'm working on a video to show you how to do them... I'm trying to make it my Thanksgiving present to you all, so stay tuned!

I also have been working on some contest entries for Stampin' Up! I don't think I'm supposed to post them on my blog, but I'm checking into it. If I can, you'll definitely see them. If anyone knows if this is/is not ok, please drop me a comment. Thanks!
In any event, one is a scrapbook page made with this ADORABLE picture of my Latte puppy. How could I NOT scrapbook that?!
Just an update on Gandy, my poor Frankenstein dog... he is doing GREAT!!!!!!!! He is back to terrorizing Latte and running around. While his stitches don't come out for another 10 days, he acts like they aren't even there. Latte even bit him in the stitches while playing last night, and he didn't even wince. SO THANKFUL for that!

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Happy Belated Veteran's Day

This past Saturday, our street had a progressive dinner. It was appetizers and drinks at 5 different houses, ours being one of them. It was a BLAST!! It was our first time attending one of these in the neighborhood, let alone hosting. Needless to say, we had WAY too much food, but it made some GOOD leftovers for Sunday football. Here is one recipe that I made - Ginger Orange Glazed Chicken... it was REALLY good! I didn't use chicken wings; I used chicken breast tenders cut in half. I thought it would be less messy. We also made Gluhwein, a traditional German Christmas drink. Most folks here had never had it... most liked it, so that was a hit in my book. The next day (during half time of the Browns/Steelers game... don't get me started on the outcome of that one!), I delivered thank you gifts to the hostesses. I made Sheryl's Pouch Card Holders and put 3x3 thank you cards with matching envelopes in them. I made one slight modification on Sheryl's recipe... I scored at 2 1/2" instead of 2 3/4"... it gave a larger opening and made it less cramped inside.
Stamp Sets (3x3 cards & envelopes): Priceless, So Swirly jumbo wheel
Ink (3x3 card): Purely Pomegranate, Basic Gray
Ink (envelopes): Pretty in Pink, Soft Sky
Paper (3x3 cards): Purely Pomegranate, Soft Sky, Basic Gray, Pretty in Pink Textured
Paper (pouch purse): Cutie Pie DSP
Accessories (3x3 cards): Scallop Circle punch, 1 3/8" Circle punch, 1 1/4" Circle punch, 2-way glue pen, Dazzling Diamonds glitter
Accessories (pouch purse): Basic Gray Taffeta ribbon, Sticky Strip

For class this month, we're setting the Thanksgiving table in style. Here are sample place cards that will be at MY Thanksgiving table this year...
Stamp Sets: Dotted Autumn, Short Order Alphabet, Leaves Awash jumbo wheel
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Patch Spectrum Pad, VersaMark
Paper: Confetti White, Chocolate Chip, Apple Cider DSP (Holiday mini catty - HURRY and get it before it's gone on Nov 30!!)
Accessories: Cutter Kit (distressing tool)

The past two days, I've been in Granger, IN at my parents' house where our German Shepherd Dog (Gandy) had surgery. If you noticed in previous pictures, he had a big black spot between his eyes and a lump by his left ear. Well, these were tumors that the previous owner had not removed. On Monday, I rented an SUV (my little Acura wasn't going to work for this trip), loaded it with Gandy + crate AND Latte's + crate, as well as a turkey roaster and a few other things Momma needed for Thanksgiving and made the 3-hour drive to Granger. Gandy had to come in at 7:30AM Eastern time, 6:30AM our time for surgery, so driving the morning of was NOT an option. That evening was a TOTAL CIRCUS with TWO Germany Shepherd Dogs and a Pug under one roof!!! They all came out alive, though. Tuesday morning, I dropped him off for surgery while Latte played with Auntie Leeza. Leeza and Latte kept Poppy and I occupied. Poppy even took an afternoon nap with Latte, so she didn't worry about big brother being missing. At 4:30PM, I picked Gandy up and loaded him back in the SUV with Latte and drove back home, fighting rush hour the whole way. It wasn't so bad until I made a wrong turn and went THROUGH downtown Chicago. Oops!!!!!!!!!! In any event, we made it back and Gandy is recovering well, it seems. He is on pain pills and sedatives, so he's been sleeping most of the day. Latte is confused because she can't play with brother right now. In any event, stamping will probably be few and far between in the coming days until Gandy gets a little better.

One last parting thought before I let you out of here... Check out Kristen's Custom Monogram Tutorial... too awesome!!!!!!!!!!!

Until next time...

Friday, November 9, 2007

Catching Up

Hi there! Even though I haven't been posting, I HAVE been stamping. This post is a little long, but it will get you caught up on my adventures in stamping land. I will try to post in the order in which they were created, but I make no promises here. If you hit this lull again, you can check out my SCS gallery - that's where I've been posting the challenges and all. Anyway, enjoy!
Color Combo Challenge #138 - So Saffron, Tempting Turquoise, Real Red
So these colors aren't something I would EVER put together on my own, but they DO seem to work. I made this just before I left for the airport Thursday, so I thought my Arivadercibella was the perfect stamp... plus, she hadn't seen ink until that day. (I know, I know!)
Stamps: Arivadercibella, Floral BG
Ink: Tempting Turquoise, Jet Black StazOn
Paper: Real Red, So Saffron, Tempting Turquoise, Creamy Caramel
Accessories: WWC, Aqua Painter, Spiral Punch

Double Challenge: Try a New Technique Challenge # 141 - Horizontal Pocket Card & Color Combo Challenge # 139 - Bashful Blue/Soft Sky, Ruby Red, Wild Wasabi
Since I was on an airplane (coming home, though!) on Monday, I missed the technique challenge, so I decided to combine it with Tuesday's color combo. I used some "leftovers" from my World Card Making Day class, where we used the Winter Bright SSK. This project just flew together... so easy! Just add Ruby Red, and I'm there! Want to do your own pocket card?
Check out Beate's tutorial - it rocks, of course! Gotta LOVE Beate!!!
Stamps: NONE!!
Ink: NONE!!
Paper: Ruby Red, Bashful Blue Textured, Wild Wasabi, Winter Bright DSP
Accessories: Wild Wasabi Double-Stitched grosgrain, Winter Bright SSK (stickers), Round Tab punch, Corner Rounder punch

Another Double Challenge: Color Combo Challenge # 139 (again) & Sketch Challenge # 149
I wanted to create something non-Christmas with that color combo. If you've noticed, I've been making a TON of birthday cards. Why? I'm out! AND I'm a birthday babe for this round of DDSS, so I need to send at least 4 birthday cards out per month for that, let alone my friends and family... hence, the rise in birthday creations. Anyway, I did it - the color combo non-Christmas!
Stamp Sets: Fun & Fast Notes, Doodle jumbo wheel
Ink: Wild Wasabi, Jet Black StazOn, {Soft Sky, Ruby Red, Basic Gray - watercolor image}
Paper: Soft Sky, Ruby Red, Wild Wasabi, Watercolor paper
Accessories: Aqua Painter, Three For You punch, Vintage brads, 1 3/8" Square punch

This is my contribution to my monthly recipe swap. The recipe is the same as I did for the utahstampaholic's Christmas swap, but it's decorated VERY differently!
November Recipe 6x6 card
Stamp Set: Wanted
Ink: Sahara Sand, Really Rust, Brocade Blue
Paper: Really Rust, Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, River Rock, Apple Cider DSP
Accessories: Spiral punch, Scallop Circle punch, Jumbo eyelet (pewter, I think), Crop-a-Dile (to set eyelet)

In California, Josh had these painted canvas panels. I'd been DYING to stamp on them... they just screamed - STAMP ME!!! Well, in the new house, I finally got that chance. I think I'm going to have to go back and clear emboss them, because it just isn't drying. It probably didn't help that I hung it up in the bathroom, huh? Anyone have any other suggestions, other than embossing for this???? I DO like it that if I mess up, I just take a baby wipe to it and start again.
Stamp Sets: Priceless, Monogram S
Ink: Whisper White craft
Paper: None
Accessories: None, unless you count the baby wipe

Ways to Use It Challenge # 139 - Velvet
This challenge was to use velvet on a card. Well, the only velvet I had was from Ribbon Originals, so I decided to play. Turns out, quite a few folks used the velvet ribbon for this challenge, too. Since I'm on my birthday card kick, I decided to go ahead and make two of these. They were CASEd from custampin's Time is Priceless card (seen HERE). The cards measure 4.25" square before the scalloped edge, which was done with the corner rounder. For some reason, the second card was just screaming for my new taffeta ribbon, so it won. I broke the challenge!
Stamp Sets: Priceless, So Swirly jumbo wheel, Everyday Flexible Phrases
Ink: Rose Red, Basic Gray, VersaMark
Paper: So Saffron, Certainly Celery, Basic Gray, Whisper White, Cute Pie DSP
Accessories: Sherbet Ribbon Originals/Basic Gray Taffeta ribbon, Hodgepodge S-clip, Silver brads, 1 3/8" Square punch, Corner Rounder, Crop-a-Dile (for holes in scallop)

Whew! That's a bunch... ok, I get it... I need to post more frequently! Until next time...


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