Monday, November 24, 2014

Snowboarding Card featuring Simon Says Stamp

Hi crafty friends! I hope everyone had a great weekend! Thank you for all of the sweet birthday wishes ♥. I had a wonderful birthday weekend and am enjoying this beautiful Monday off from work.

Today's post features a super fun card I made using the Simon Says Stamp "Snow Gear" set. The moment I saw this set, I knew I wanted to replicate our snowboards. Snowboarding is one of our favorite winter activities and every winter we always board with one of our best friends. We call ourselves the "Triple Threat" lol. Here's a picture of us at the top of Mammoth Mountain, CA.


So to make an extra special card for our friend, I used the snowboard stamp to recreate our snowboards. Since I am by no means an artist, I simply tried to incorporate the colors and overall design elements of our snowboards. I did this by masking the center portion of the stamp with some washi tape. I used a Copic Multiliner pen to draw the designs and colored the boards with Copic Markers. I then used the coordinating die to cut them out and applied a thick layer of Glossy Accents. I let the boards sit over night to allow the Glossy Accents to completely dry.

For the background, I used the SSS "Falling Snow" stencil to apply a layer of Texture Paste to a piece of light blue cardstock. I used one of the hill dies from the SSS "Stitched Slopes and Hills" set to create a snowbank for the boards. I then heat embossed the sentiment directly onto the snow bank with Ranger "Liquid Platinum" embossing powder. To add a little extra silver to the card, I used the same embossing powder to heat emboss the edges of a piece of white cardstock in order to create a silver mat for the focal panel. to finish the card, I then mounted the focal panel onto a dark blue card base. 


I really love how the snowboards are the focus of the card. Since this card is for our friend, I tried to keep the overall design CAS and masculine. I hope today's card has inspired you to have fun with this new Simon Says Stamp stamp set. Thanks again for stopping by and see you soon! ♥

Supplies:
Copic Markers: C0, C2, C4, C6, T5, T7, Y32, Y35, YR12, YR14, YG00, YG01, YG03, B00, B02, B04, V15, V17, RV69, RV99,  

Friday, November 21, 2014

Winter Owl and Bunny Card featuring Lawn Fawn

Happy Friday everyone! I’m extra excited about this weekend because tomorrow is my birthday! And to celebrate, my boyfriend and I will be taking a trip up to Northern California/Bay Area this weekend. So to end the week on an extra happy note, I have another cute winter card featuring some of the other critters from the “Critters in the Arctic” set by Lawn Fawn.


To begin the card, I used the A2-sized stitched rectangle die by Lawn Fawn to create my background. I masked the edges to create a white mat and used Distress Inks to create my winter sky. I then used the SSS “Falling Snow” stencil to apply a layer of Ranger “Texture Paste” to my background. This is the first time I’ve ever used any sort of texture/embossing paste. I took advantage of the Ranger sale SSS had a few weeks ago and decided to give texture paste a try. The paste was easy to apply and dried rather quickly. However, one thing I did notice is the texture paste is not fully opaque. Therefore, the paste isn’t as vibrant up against the darker background. This didn’t really bother me and I actually kind of liked the soft white appearance. However, it is something to take into consideration if you’re unsure which type of paste to buy. Jennifer McGuire has a great video that compares texture paste and embossing paste (link to video). Once I finished my background, I colored the stamped images using Copic Markers and stamped the trees with SSS “Beanstalk Green” ink. I then cut them all out using the coordinating dies.

Rabbit: W0, W2, R20 G82, G85
Owl: W0, W2, W4, W6, R20, YR14, YR16
Log:

To create my winter scene, I used the stitched hillside border and forest border dies by Lawn Fawn. For the sentiment, I heat embossed the sentiment from the “Joy to the Woods” set onto a banner and adhered it directly onto the snowy background. As a finishing touch, I applied some clear Wink of Stella to the trees and Glossy Accents to the bunny’s scarf and the owl’s beak.

I hope you enjoyed today’s post and thanks again for stopping by! ♥

Supplies:
Lawn Fawn “Critters in the Arctic”
Lawn Fawn “Critters in the Arctic” Coordinating Dies
Lawn Fawn “Joy to the Woods”
Lawn Fawn “Stitched Hillside Borders”
Lawn Fawn “Forest Border”
Lawn Fawn “Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables”
Mama Elephant “Bold Banner” Die
Simon Says Stamp “Falling Snow” Stencil
Ranger White Texture Paste
Ranger Glossy Accents
Wink of Stella “Clear” Glitter Pen
My Favorite Things “Black Licorice” Hybrid Ink
Simons Says Stamp “Beanstalk Green” Dye Ink
Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Tumbled Glass, Evergreen Bough
Copic Markers: W0, W2, W4, W6, R20 G82, G85, YR14, YR16

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Walrus & Narwhal Winter Card featuring Lawn Fawn

Hi everyone! Today’s post features a card I made some time ago; unfortunately, I just had not gotten around to actually posting it (oopsies!). This fun card features the very cute Walrus and Narwhal from the “Critters in the Arctic” set by Lawn Fawn. I love that Lawn Fawn always thinks outside of the box when it comes to their critters… I mean seriously, a Narwhal? How cool is that?! :)



I started off by die cutting the background panel with the A2-sized stitched rectangle die by Lawn Fawn. To create my background, I masked off the stitched edges to create a white mat and I used Distress Inks to create an icy, arctic backdrop. I then colored the stamped images with Copic Markers and cut them out using the coordinating dies.

Walrus: E42, E44, E47, W0, W2, R20
Narwhal: B000, C2, C4, C6
Iceberg: B0000, B000, B00

Once I made sure my distressed background was completely dry, I heat embossed the snowflakes with Ranger “Holographic” embossing powder and used Ranger “Liquid Platinum” embossing powder to heat emboss the sentiment from the “Joy to the Woods” set. I die cut some vellum using the large stitched scalloped border die and used the negative portion to create the waves. I then tucked in all of the stamped images behind the vellum waves. To finish the card, I applied some clear Wink of Stella to the iceberg and Glossy Accents to the tusks of both critters.

I tried to keep this card relatively masculine and postage-friendly. I just love how the distressed background and vellum give the illusion of dimension without adding bulk. I hope you enjoyed today’s card featuring the very cute critters from the “Critters in the Arctic” set. Thanks again for stopping by! ♥

Supplies:
Lawn Fawn “Critters in the Arctic”
Lawn Fawn “Critters in the Arctic” Coordinating Dies
Lawn Fawn “Joy to the Woods”
Lawn Fawn “Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables”
Lawn Fawn “Stitched Scalloped Borders”
Ranger “Liquid Platinum” Embossing Powder
Ranger “Holographic” Embossing Powder
My Favorite Things “Black Licorice” Hybrid Ink
Neenah Solar White 80# Cardstock
Neenah Solar White 110# Cardstock
Ranger Glossy Accents
Wink of Stella “Clear” Glitter Pen
Tim Holtz Distress Ink: Tumbled Glass, Broken China, Peacock Feathers
Copic Markers: E42, E44, E47, W0, W2, R20, C2, C4, C6, B0000, B000, B00

Monday, November 17, 2014

Ugly Sweater Notecard Set featuring Simon Says Stamp

Hello crafty friends! Too help ease the Monday blues, I have a cute and whimsical notecard set featuring the delightfully tacky sweaters from the “Ugly Sweater” set by Simon Says Stamp.


To begin the card, I did some creative masking for the sweaters to add a pattern behind the focal images. Since the shape of the sweater is pretty simple, it was actually pretty easy to make a mask for the inside portion. I simply used a post-it note and cut along the inside and used the negative portion for the mask. Once the backgrounds were stamped, I colored the sweaters using Copic Markers and cut the sweaters out using the coordinating die.


Santa Sweater: E000, E00, E11, R20, R24, R27, R46, YG13, YG17, G99, B0000, B000, C0
Deer Sweater: E35, E37, E42, W4, YG95, YG97, YG99, R46
Wreath Sweater: G05, G17, Y32, Y35, C2, C4, B91, B93, B97, R37, R39

Since I wanted the sweaters to be the focal point of the cards, I decided to keep the rest of the cards clean and simple. I used the 3 ½ x 2 ¼ stitched rectangles die by Lawn Fawn to die cut the focal panels. I then used coordinating Copic Markers to draw a border around the focal panels using the stitching as a guide. And because I couldn't decide on just one of the sentiments, I decided to stamp a different sentiment on each card using Versafine “Onyx Black” Pigment Ink. To assemble the cards, I used foam tape to adhere the focal panels onto 4-bar “Walnut” notecards by Lawn Fawn.  To finish the cards I added some extra finishing touches to the sweaters.




I hope you enjoy these ugly sweaters as much as I do. I just love how much fun they are to decorate and color, the possibilities are endless! Thanks again for stopping by and until next time! ♥

Supplies:
Simon Says Stamp "Ugly Sweater"
Simon Says Stamp "Sweaters" Wafer Dies
Simon Says Stamp "Sweater Words & Appliques"
Lawn Fawn "Walnut" 4-Bar Notecards
Lawn Fawn "Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables"
Neenah Solar White 80# Cardstock
My Favorite Things "Black Licorice" Hybrid Ink
Versafine "Onyx Black" Black Pigment Ink
Ranger Glossy Accents
Wink of Stella "Clear" Glitter Pen
Copic Markers: E000, E00, E11, E35, E37, E42, R20, R24, R27, R46, R39, Y32, Y35,YG13, YG17, YG95, YG97, YG99, G05, G17, G99, C0, C2, C4, W4, B0000, B000, B91, B93, B97, R37

Friday, November 14, 2014

Quick & Easy Holiday Gift Tags featuring Lawn Fawn + Pretty Pink Posh

Hi everyone! Today’s post features two quick and easy gift tags you could easily mass produce for the holidays. To create these tags, I used the “Love You A Latte” and “Joy to the Woods” stamp sets by Lawn Fawn as well as the Stitched Duo 1 tag die, sequins and ribbon from Pretty Pink Posh.


For both tags, I die cut the tag twice out of white cardstock. I stamped all of the images using My Favorite Things “Black Licorice” Hybrid Ink and colored them in using Copic Markers. I distressed the edges of the coffee tag with Antique Linen distress ink. And to both tags, I used a matching Copic Marker to outline a border using the stitching as a guide. I did this to both the front and back-side of the tag.


Ornaments: R37, R39, G05, G17, Y13, Y19, Y32, Y26
Mug: G05, G17, E17, W6
Candy Cane: R37, R39
Saucer: C0, C2, C4
Outline: B0000, B000
Ground: W0, W2, W4
Borders: R46, G82

To embellish both tags, I added some sequins from Pretty Pink Posh. I then applied clear Wink of Stella and Glossy Accents to the ornaments. For the back-side of the tags, I used the “To” and “From” stamps from the “Birthday Tags” stamp set by Lawn Fawn. To finish up the tags, I punched a hole in both tags and threaded some red and green ribbon and tied the ribbon with matching twine.


And that finishes up both of my tags. I hope you enjoyed today’s post and got inspired to make some fun, easy-to-make gift tags for the holidays. Until next time! ♥

Edit: I have uploaded these tags to the latest CASology challenge which is all about festive tags. The challenge ends Monday, so be sure to swing by their blog!

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Supplies:
Lawn Fawn “Joy to the Woods”
Lawn Fawn “Love You A Latte”
Lawn Fawn “Birthday Tags”
Pretty Pink Posh “Stitched Duo 1”
Pretty Pink Posh 4mm “Christmas Mix” Sequins
Pretty Pink Posh 4mm “Mossy Green” Sequins
Pretty Pink Posh 4mm “Metallic Gold” Sequins
Pretty Pink Posh Red Ribbon
Pretty Pink Posh Green Ribbon
Pretty Pink Posh Red Twine
May Arts “Natural Twine”
Neenah Solar White 80# Cardstock
My Favorite Things “Black Licorice” Hybrid Ink
Versafine "Onyx Black" Pigment Ink
Ranger Glossy Accents
Wink of Stella “Clear” Glitter Pen
Tim Holtz “Antique Linen” Distress Ink
Copic Markers: R37, R39, R46, G05, G17, G82, Y13, Y19, Y32, Y26, C0, C2, C4, B0000, B000, W0, W2, W4, W6

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Snowman Window Card featuring Simon Says Stamp

Hi everyone! I've been seeing a lot of window cards lately and I finally decided to give this technique a try. For today’s card, I used the “Build a Snowman” set by SSS. This is such a cute and fun set and I had so much fun building my own paper snowman :).


I started off by creating the window panel. I created the window by using the 4 ½ x 3 ¼” stitched rectangle die by Lawn Fawn to partially die cut a rectangular opening. I then partially die cut the snowman and present using the coordinating dies. To complete the window, I simply used my X-ACTO knife to cut along the die cut portions. Creating the window panel was surprisingly quick and easy and only required a little bit of planning ahead of time. Once my window panel was done, I stamped my images. I stamped the present using SSS “Audrey Blue” dye ink and the snowman with My Favorite Things “Black Licorice” hybrid ink. To add some detail and dimension to the snowman, I colored him using Copic Markers.

Snowman: 0, B0000, B000, R20

Now it was time to actually build my snowman. I stamped his eyes and mouth directly onto the snowman using the same black ink. I stamped his remaining parts separately and die cut them out using the coordinating dies. I used SSS “Orange Peel” for the nose and SSS “Sea Glass” for the scarf and hat. I used my ZIG two-way glue pen to adhere the tiny parts onto the snowman. As a finishing touch, I added clear Wink of Stella to the scarf and hat and a light coat of Glossy Accents to his nose. For the present, I added the matching bow and also added another present stamped with SSS “Sea Glass.”

I used one of the hill dies from the “Stitched Slopes and Hills” die set by SSS. I just love how this set comes with stitched and non-stitched versions. I adhered the snow drift to the window panel using foam tape. For the background, I white heat embossed the sentiment and the smallest snowflake. I used Tumbled Glass, Peacock Feathers and Chipped Sapphire distress inks to create a winter night sky. To finish the card, I popped up my window panel using another layer of foam tape.

I had so much fun making this card and absolutely love how it came out. I hope you enjoyed today’s post and thanks again for stopping by! ♥

Supplies:
Simon Says Stamp “Build a Snowman” 
Simon Says Stamp “Build a Snowman” Coordinating Dies
Simon Says Stamp “Stitched Slopes and Hills”
Simon Says Stamp “Sea Glass” Dye Ink
Simon Says Stamp “Audrey Blue” Dye Ink
Simon Says Stamp “Orange Peel” Dye Ink
Lawn Fawn “Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables” 
My Favorite Things "Black Licorice" Hybrid Ink
Neenah Solar White 80# Cardstock
Neenah Solar White 110# Cardstock
Wink of Stella “Clear” Glitter Pen
Ranger Glossy Accents
Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Tumbled Glass, Peacock Feathers, Chipped Sapphire
Copic Markers: 0, B0000, B000, R20

Monday, November 10, 2014

"Happy Fall" Owl Card featuring Lawn Fawn

Update: This card received the "Honorable Gnome" title! 
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Hello crafty friends! Today's post features a sweet and simple card I made for the latest Lawnscaping Challenge. This challenge is all about Fall/pumpkin-themed projects, so I decided to make a Fall-themed card using the "Sweater Weather" and "You're A Hoot" stamp set by Lawn Fawn.
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I started off by stamping the very cute owl with Mama Elephant "Hazel" pigment ink. To add a little interest to the owl, I carefully applied a little bit of Antique Linen distress ink to his face and tummy. I also added some rosy cheeks using my R01 Copic Marker. I cut him out using the coordinating die. I used the log from the "Into the Woods" stamp set and stamped it with Colorbox "Chestnut Roan" chalk ink. I fussy cut the log leaving a white border to match the owl. I used the tree die from the "Sweater Weather" set to die cut the trees out of brown cardstock. I then used SSS "Sunshine" and "Orange Peel" dye inks for the leaves.

I die cut the focal panel using the 5 x 3 3/4" stitched rectangle die by Lawn Fawn. I also die cut two grassy hills using the stitched hillside borders dies. I thought the two shades of green cardstock added some extra dimension to the scene. For the background, I applied a light coat of Tumbled Glass distress ink. Although it's hard to tell in the photo, I used a cloud die to create clouds in the sky with the Tumbled Glass. I stamped the sentiment using the "Chestnut Roan" chalk ink onto a strip of pattern paper from the "Sweater Weather" 6x6 paper pack. I created a banner and popped it up using foam squares. I then matted my focal panel onto some matching pattern paper from the same 6x6 paper pack and mounted the entire panel onto the cardbase using foam tape.

I hope you enjoyed today's card and thanks again for stopping by! Hope to see you soon! ♥

Supplies:
Lawn Fawn "Sweater Weather"
Lawn Fawn "Sweater Weather" Coordinating Dies
Lawn Fawn "You're A Hoot"
Lawn Fawn "You're A Hoot" Coordinating Dies
Lawn Fawn "Into the Woods"
Lawn Fawn "Small Stitched Rectangle Stackables" (5 x 3 3/4")
Lawn Fawn "Stitched Hillside Borders"
Mama Elephant "Landscape Trio"
Lawn Fawn "Sweater Weather" 6x6 Paper Pack
Mama Elephant "Hazel" Pigment Ink
Colorbox "Chestnut Roan" Chalk Ink
Simon Says Stamp "Sunshine" Dye Ink
Simon Says Stamp "Orange Peel" Dye Ink
Neenah "Desert Storm" 100# Kraft Cardstock
Neenah "Solar White" 80# Cardstock
Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Antique Linen & Tumbled Glass
Copic Marker: R01

Saturday, November 8, 2014

"Go on and celebrate" Shaker Card featuring PPP + ME

Happy Saturday! I hope everyone is enjoying their Saturday morning! If you recall my previous blog post here, two of my dear friends and teammates won Gold in their respective divisions at the World Masters IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu Championship tournament.

Today, I have another congratulations card for my other friend. This fun and celebratory card features products from Pretty Pink Posh and Mama Elephant.


To begin the card, I die cut a piece of pattern paper from the “Let’s Polka” 6x6 paper pack by Lawn Fawn using the  4 x 2 ¾” and A2-sized stitched rectangle dies. To create a frame for the shaker window, I die cut a piece of teal cardstock using the 4 ½ x 3 ¼” and 4 x 2 ¾” stitched rectangle dies. I adhered a piece of clear acetate I saved from some old packaging to the shaker opening. And for the background portion of the shaker window, I white heat embossed the sentiment and stars from the “Make A Wish” set by Mama Elephant. To stick with the playful and colorful theme, I added PPP “Springtime” mixed sequins and 4mm “Sparkling Clear” sequins. I then used a bunch of foam tape to create a frame for my shaker window.

For the front of the card, I used the stitched border dies from PPP to die cut the white clouds and the green hill. And last but not least, I stamped the cute panda images from the “Pandamonium” set by Mama Elephant with My Favorite Things “Black Licorice” Hybrid Ink. Even though I wasn't planning on doing much Copic coloring, I did decide to add a touch of pink to their cheeks with my R02 Copic Marker.

I hope you like this fun and cheerful shaker card. I absolutely love all of the fun colors and the cute, happy pandas. I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend and until next time! ♥

Supplies:
Pretty Pink Posh “Stitched Borders 1”
Pretty Pink Posh “Stitched Borders 2”
Pretty Pink Posh 6mm “Springtime" Sequins Mix
Pretty Pink Posh 4mm “Sparkling Clear” Sequins
Mama Elephant “Pandamonium”
Mama Elephant “Make A Wish”
Lawn Fawn “Small Stitched Rectangle Stackables” (4 x 2 ¾”)
Lawn Fawn “Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables” (A2 and 4 ½ x 3 ¼”)
Lawn Fawn “Let’s Polka” 6x6 Paper Pack
Neenah Solar White 80# Cardstock
Neenah Solar White 110# Cardstock
Bazzill Card Shoppe "Robin's Egg" 100# Cardstock
Bazzill Card Shoppe "Caramel Apple" 100# Cardstock
My Favorite Things “Black Licorice” Hybrid Ink
Copic Marker: R02

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Congratulations Card featuring Avery Elle + Mama Elephant

Hello crafty friends! This past weekend, two of my dear friends and teammates competed in the World Masters IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu Championship tournament (phew, that was a mouth-full lol). Both of them had stellar performances and won Gold medals in their respective divisions! I am so proud of them and I thought it would be a sweet gesture to make them congratulations cards.

Today’s post features a card I made for one of my friends that competed. When I was brainstorming card ideas, I instantly thought of the Shakespeare quote included in the “Everyday Greetings” set by Mama Elephant. My friend has such a sweet and docile demeanor. She's a nurse in her mid-30s and at 107 lbs, you would never expect her to be a fierce competitor. She is such an inspiration, and is living proof that age and size are just numbers and that determination, hard work and a positive attitude are what truly matters.



To begin the card, I used the super cute hedgehog from the “More Stories” set by Avery Elle. I colored in the hedgehog using Copic Markers and fussy cut him out. To create my background, I die cut a piece of cardstock using the stitched rectangle die from the “Femme Frames” set by Mama Elephant. I stamped the hedgehog again and the patches of grass from the same set. I colored the grass and added a light halo of blue around the stamped images using Copic Markers.

Hedgehog: E000, E00, E11, R20, E42, E44
Grass: YG41, YG45
Sky: B0000, B000

I stamped the sentiment using Ranger Archival Jet Black Ink for a nice crisp impression. I then distressed the edges using Antique Linen distress ink. I used the cloud die from the “Landscape Trio” set by Mama Elephant to die cut a layer of clouds. I also used the stitched rectangle die to make sure my clouds had the same stitching as the focal panel. I applied Tumbled Glass distress ink and had it fade into the top of the clouds to give a soft and subtle appearance. I popped up the clouds using foam adhesive and also used foam adhesive for the hedgehog.

I matted my focal panel onto a piece of light pink cardstock. And then I die cut a sheet of pattern paper from the Pink Paislee “Hello Sunshine” 6x6 paper pack using the scalloped rectangle border die and adhered it directly onto the cardbase. To finish the card, I adhered the focal panel onto the cardbase using foam adhesive.

And that’s the card for today! I wanted to keep this card relatively simply and cute and I really like how it came out. I hope you enjoyed today’s post and now I’m off to make another congratulations card J! Until next time my crafty friends! ♥

Supplies:
Copic Markers: E000, E00, E11, R20, E42, E44, YG41, YG45, B0000, B000

Monday, November 3, 2014

Latte Thank You Card featuring SSS

Hello! I hope everyone had a fun Halloween weekend! Today's post features a cute CAS thank you card I made for the latest SSS Wednesday Challenge. It's anything goes so be sure to swing by their blog before Wednesday!
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To begin the card, I used the 4 1/2 x 3 1/4" stitched rectangle die by Lawn Fawn to die cut my focal panel. I used the mug stamp from the SSS "What's Brewing" set and the little heart stamp from the "Snow Day" set by Lawn Fawn. I colored the mug using Copic Markers and to add a little depth, I outlined the image with my B0000 Copic Marker. 

Mug: R37, R39 RV99, E18, W6
Ground: W0, W2, W4

I stamped the steam using the new Mama Elephant "Brown Sugar" pigment ink. I absolutely LOVE this new color. It's such a pretty warm gray and so versatile. I added some clear Wink of Stella to the steam to add some shine. It's hard to tell in the photo, but in person the steam has such a pretty sparkle to it. For the sentiment, I used the banner die from the new Mama Elephant "Tags a Lot" set. I used the sentiment from the "What's Brewing" set and simply curved the sentiment to fit onto the curved banner. I heat embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder and mounted the banner onto the focal panel using foam tape.
To finish my focal panel, I distressed the edges with Antique Linen distress ink. I then matted the focal panel onto a piece of pattern paper from the Fancy Pants "Happy-Go-Lucky!" 6x6 paper pack. To finish the card, I applied a thick layer of Glossy Accents to the mug. This took quite a while to dry, however the finishing result was so worth it! 
Thanks again for stopping by and until next time! ♥
Supplies:
Simon Says Stamp "What's Brewing"
Lawn Fawn "Small Stitched Rectangle Stackables" (5 x 3 3/4")
Lawn Fawn "Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables" (4 1/2 x 3 1/4")
Lawn Fawn "Snow Day"
Mama Elephant "Tags a Lot"
Fancy Pants "Happy-Go-Lucky!" 6x6 Paper Pack
Neenah Desert Storm 110# Kraft Cardstock
Bazzill Card Shoppe "Sugar Wafer" 100# Cardstock
My Favorite Things "Black Licorice" Hybrid Ink
Mama Elephant "Brown Sugar" Pigment Ink
Wink of Stella "Clear" Glitter Pen
Ranger Glossy Accents
Tim Holtz "Antique Linen" Distress Ink
Copic Markers: B0000, R37, R39 RV99, E18, W0, W2, W4, W6