Friday, January 30, 2015

Lawnscaping Challenge: January Blog Hop

Happy Friday everyone! Today is the last Friday of the month which means it's time for another Lawnscaping blog hop, woohoo! You should have arrived here from Suzanne's blog.

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We are so excited to announce that we have a NEW FIT blog hop sponsor this year! Please join me in welcoming The Ink Road to the Lawnscaping sponsorship family! The Ink Road is an adorable shop run by the fabulous Lara Smith. Her store is filled with all kinds of adorable crafty goodies from stamps (she carries our beloved Lawn Fawn) to dies to supplies to journals and planners. If she doesn't have it, she can get it. She also price matches... AND YES, she ships internationally. When you receive your order, you will smile because the packaging is absolutely adorable! Each order is filled from the creative heart! Be sure to check her out at her shop: click here and her blog: click here.

The winner of the FIT Team hop will receive a gift certificate to her adorable store!

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This month's blog hop is inspired by light blues. For my card, I used the super cute "Whale You Be Mine" stamp set to create a Valentine's Day card. I've had this set for a little while now and I've been dying to ink it up.

Lawnscaping January Blog Hop Card by Handmade By Yuki | Whale You Be Mine by Lawn Fawn

To create my card, I die cut my background panel using the A2-sized stitched rectangle die. I used Mama Elephant "Winter" pigment ink to stamp the chevron background stamp from the "Chevron Backdrops" stamp set. I die cut some light blue cardstock using the large stitched scalloped border die and kept the negative portion to use as waves. I then white heat embossed the sentiment directly onto one of the waves. For the focal panel, I stamped the wave from the "Life is Good" set and the whales directly onto a piece of cardstock I had die cut using a stitched circle die. I also stamped the heart in pink dye ink. I colored the focal panel using Copic Markers and then tucked the panel in between the two layers of waves. To finish my scene, I added some stitched cloud dies, Pretty Pink Posh sequins and some "Blue Berry" Trendy Twine.

Whales: B91, B93, R20
Ocean:  B12, B14, B16
Sky: B0000, B000

Thanks again for stopping by and remember to visit everyone else's blogs if you haven't already done so! Have a wonderful weekend! ♥

Yuki (you are here)


Supplies:
Lawn Fawn "Whale You Be Mine"
Lawn Fawn "Life is Good"
Lawn Fawn "Chevron Backdrops"
Lawn Fawn "Stitched Scalloped Borders"
Lawn Fawn "Small Stitched Circle Stackables"
Lawn Fawn "Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables"
Lawn Fawn "Spring Showers" Lawn Cuts
Mama Elephant "Winter" Pigment Ink
Hero Arts "Bubblegum" Dye Ink
"Blue Berry" Trendy Twine
Pretty Pink Posh 4mm Sparkling Clear Sequins
Pretty Pink Posh 6mm Marshmallow Sequins

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Online Card Class CAS4 Day 2: Border Gap Die-Cutting

Hi crafty friends! Have you been following along with the latest Online Card Class? If you haven't, you are missing out! I have been absolutely amazed and completely inspired by the various techniques the talented ladies of OCC have shown so far. This class series is all about CAS cards, a style I often struggle with, but absolutely love.
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Today's card was inspired by Kristina Werner's border gap die-cutting technique. I was so excited to give this technique a try and let me say, it was actually a lot easier than I thought it would be.

To make  my card, I started off with a panel measuring 4" x 5 1/4." I used the curved stitched die from Pretty Pink Posh's "Stitched Borders 1 Die" set to die cut my panel twice. In order to make room for the gaps in between the die cuts, I trimmed the top and bottom pieces about 1/4." I then masked off a portion for my light ray and applied Wild Honey, Mustard Seed and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Inks in that order to make a fading light ray. I then stamped the lighthouse and sentiment from the Lawn Fawn "Life is Good" stamp set directly onto the bottom panel. I colored the lighthouse using Copic Markers and then finished the card by adhering the panels directly onto my cardbase using foam tape.

Online Card Classes CAS4 "You Brighten My Life" Card by Handmade by Yuki | Life is Good by Lawn Fawn

This was such quick, CAS card and I absolutely love how it turned out! It was such a fun technique and the possibilities are endless. If you haven't already signed up, I highly recommend checking out the latest Online Card Class: Clean and Simple 4!

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day! ♥

Supplies:
Lawn Fawn "Life is Good"
Pretty Pink Posh "Stitched Borders 1 Die" 
Neenah "Solar White" 80# Cardstock
Neenah "Solar White" 110# Cardstock
Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Wild Honey, Mustard Seed, Squeezed Lemonade.
Copic Markers: R24, R27, Y13, Y19, C0, C2, C4, C6, T5, T7, W0, W2, W4

Monday, January 26, 2015

Lawnscaping DT Post - Birthday Card & Gift Topper

Hi crafty friends! Today I'm over on the Lawnscaping Challenge Blog sharing a super fun birthday card and coordinating gift topper. I made these for our dear friends who recently celebrated their son Connor’s first birthday.

Visit the Lawnscaping Challenge Blog to read more about how I made the card and gift topper and don't forget to visit the Lawnscaping Challenges Facebook page for even more awesome inspiration! ♥


Supplies:
Lawn Fawn "Critters at the Dog Park" Stamp Set
Lawn Fawn "Critters at the Dog Park" Lawn Cuts
Lawn Fawn "Hello Sunshine" Stamp Set
Lawn Fawn "Hello Sunshine" Lawn Cuts
Lawn Fawn "Harold's ABCs"
Lawn Fawn "Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables"
Lawn Fawn "Stitched Hillside Borders"
Mama Elephant "Ocean" Pigment Ink
Simon Says Stamp "Caribbean Blue" Dye Ink
Tumbled Glass Distress Ink
Shabby Shutters Distress Ink
Doodlebug "Bumblebee" Doodle Twine
Copic Markers:
Boxer - E43, E44, E47, T5, T7, W4, W6
Tennis Ball - YG00, YG01, YG13, YG17
Dog Bone - W0, W2





Supplies:
Lawn Fawn "Finley's ABCs"
Lawn Fawn "Hello Sunshine" Stamp Set
Lawn Fawn "Hello Sunshine" Lawn Cuts
Lawn Fawn "Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables"
Lawn Fawn "Small Stitched Rectangle Stackables"
Lawn Fawn "Let's Polka" 6x6 Petite Paper Pack
Lawn Fawn "Cloudy" Single Cord Lawn Trimmings
Simon Says Stamp "Green Apple" 100# Cardstock
Simon Says Stamp "Lemon Chiffon" 100# Cardstock
Copic Markers: Y00, Y01, Y04

Friday, January 23, 2015

Newton's Nook Designs Inky Paws Challenge #17 - Use a Heart Shape

Happy Friday! Today is the start of a new Inky Paws Challenge over on the Newton's Nook Designs Blog. In the spirit of Valentine's Day, this month's challenge is all about using a heart shape. You'll have two weeks to play along and the winner will win a $10 store credit to the Newton's Nook Designs Online Shop.

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For my card, I used the adorable new "Newton Dreams of Paris" stamp set to create a cute love scene. To stick to the theme of the challenge, I added some die cut hearts to embellish my love scene.


I started off by die cutting my focal panel using a stitched rectangle die and then white heat embossed the Eiffel Tower onto the upper right-hand corner. I used a post-it note to create a mask for my hill. And to leave a white mat around my panel, I also lined the stitched edges with painters tape. For the sky, I used Tumbled Glass and Evergreen Bough Distress Inks and then I used Old Paper and Shabby Shutters for the hill. I then colored Newton using Copic Markers and fussy cut him out leaving a white border. Doesn't he just look so adorable wearing a little beret?

Newton: YR12, YR14, T3, T4, T5, W0, W2, W4, R01
Beret & Scarf: C0, C2, C4, E42, E43

I then matted my focal panel onto a piece of pattern paper from the Fancy Pants "True Friend" 6x6 Paper Pack I had die cut using a larger stitched rectangle die. I die cut some matching grey pattern paper from the same collection using a scalloped frame die. I stamped the super sweet sentiment from the same set onto a small banner. And then I adhered one end behind a large heart I had die cut from the same grey pattern paper. To make the banner wavy, I spaced out little pieces of foam tape behind the banner. To finish my card, I die cut three little hearts from the same grey pattern paper and adhered them over Newton using small glue dots. And then as a finishing touch, I added some sequins.

I hope today's card has inspired you and I can't wait to see what you create! Visit the Newton's Nook Designs Blog for more details and inspiration. Thanks again for stopping by! ♥

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Newton's Nook Designs DT Post - Lemur Shaker Card

Hi crafty friends! Today I'm over on the Newton's Nook Designs Blog with a super fun shaker card featuring the very adorable lemur from the new "Wild About Zoo" stamp set.

First off, how absolutely awesome is this little lemur?! I absolutely love the different types of critters included in this set! And I love how you can use these critters for all sorts of occasions and different types of projects.


To begin my card, I used stitched rectangle dies to create the frame for my shaker window. I reused a piece of sturdy packaging for the window and then stamped the birthday sentiment from "Simply Sentimental" using Staz On "Jet Black" ink. I colored the lemur using Copic Markers and fussy cut him out leaving a white border. To make sure the branch was long enough to tuck behind the frame, I extended the branch with my Copic Multiliner pen.

Lemur: N1, N2, W2, W4, W6, R01
Branch: YG97, YG99, E44, E47

For the background, I used Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade, and Aged Mahogany Distress Inks to create a tropical sunset. I then filled the shaker portion with various Pretty Pink Posh sequins and gold confetti. To add a little bit more interest to the front of the shaker, I adhered a few additional sequins directly to the front of the card and die cut two stitched leaves from dark green cardstock. 

I hope you enjoyed today's card as much as I do! I absolutely love how this card came out and I am just having a blast with this new stamp set. Don't forget to visit the Newton's Nook Designs Blog for more posts and inspiration! ♥

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Panda Love Card featuring Mama Elephant

Hello crafty friends! It's been a while since I've used my Mama Elephant stamps and I thought it'd be fun to make a Valentine's Day/love card with the super cute pandas from the "Pandamonium" set by Mama Elephant.



To begin my card, I die cut the background panel using the stitched rectangle die from the "Femme Frames" die set. I masked off the stitched edges and then stamped the chevron background stamps from the "Modern Backgrounds" set with "Winter" and "Dark Storm" pigment inks. I used my C4 Copic Marker to color the stitched edges. I then die cut the focal panel using a smaller stitched rectangle die. I stamped the two kissing pandas directly onto the panel and colored them in with Copic Markers. I then stamped the little heart above the pandas using "Bubblegum" pigment ink. Like the larger panel, I used my C4 Copic Marker to color the stitched edges. I then white heat embossed the sentiment onto the wavy banner from the "Tags A Lot" set. To finish the card, I used the scalloped border die to create my cardbase and then added some Pretty Pink Posh sequins.

I really love how this card came together and the CAS design. I don't have a need for too many Valentine's Day cards, so I prefer to stick to general love-themed cards I can use throughout the year or for our anniversary. I hope you enjoyed today's card and thanks again for stopping by! ♥

Supplies:
Mama Elephant "Pandamonium"
Mama Elephant "Modern Borders"
Mama Elephant "Tags A Lot"
Mama Elephant "Femme Frames"
Mama Elephant "Winter" Pigment Ink
Mama Elephant "Dark Storm" Pigment Ink
Mama Elephant "Bubblegum" Pigment Ink
Lawn Fawn "Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables"
Simon Says Stamp "Surf Blue" 100# Cardstock
Bazzill Card Shoppe "Sugar Wafer" 100# Cardstock 
Pretty Pink Posh 4mm Sparkling Clear Sequins
Pretty Pink Posh 6mm Marshmallow Sequins
Copic Markers: C0, C2, W0, W2, R20, B000, C4



Monday, January 19, 2015

Lawnscaping Challenge #98 - Create a Background

Hi crafty friends! I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! Today is the start of a new Lawnscaping Challenge, woohoo! This challenge is sponsored by the super awesome folks over at Lawn Fawn. So be sure to swing by the Lawnscaping Challenge blog to play along!

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This challenge is all about using your stamps to create to create a background. Creating stamped backgrounds is so much fun and a great way to get more out of your stamps. For today's card, I combined the "Hedgehugs" and "Love You S'More" stamp sets to create a cute love/friendship card.


To create my background, I die cut a piece of SSS "Khaki" cardstock using the A2-sized stitched rectangle die. I masked the stitched edges and stamped the larger pine tree from the "Love You S'More" stamp set using SSS "Khaki" dye ink. I then distressed the edges with Vintage Photo distress ink. I colored the hedgehogs and small heart with Copic Markers and cut them out using the coordinating dies.

Hedgehogs: E30, E31, E43, E44, E47, R20
Heart: R37, R79

I die cut a piece of SSS "Olive" cardstock using one of the small stitched rectangle dies and then used the grassy border die to create some grass. I then white heat embossed the sentiment directly onto the grassy layer and adhered all of my images onto the background panel using foam tape. As a finishing touch, I added some Pretty Pink Posh sequins and some Gold Sparkle twine.

I hope today's card has inspired you and I cannot wait to see what you create! Thanks again for stopping by and if you would like to see more wonderful inspiration, be sure to visit the Lawnscaping Challenges Facebook page! ♥

Supplies:
Lawn Fawn "Hedgehugs" Stamp Set
Lawn Fawn "Hedgehugs" Lawn Cuts
Lawn Fawn "Love You S'More" Stamp Set
Lawn Fawn "Small Stitched Rectangle Stackables"
Lawn Fawn "Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables"
Lawn Fawn "Grassy Border"
Lawn Fawn "Gold Sparkle" Single Cord Trimmings
Pretty Pink Posh 4mm "Mossy Green" Sequins
Pretty Pink Posh "Nature Mix" 

Friday, January 16, 2015

Paper Smooches SPARKS Picture Perfect Challenge: Chubby Fox Birthday Card

Happy Friday! Today I'm playing along with the Paper Smooches SPARKS Challenge. The moment I saw the inspiration photo, I knew I wanted to use the super cute fox from the "Chilly Chums" stamp set. I recently got this set and I've been dying to use it!

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For my card, I was inspired by the wood elements and hints of gold. I started off by die cutting my background panel using an A2-sized stitched rectangle die. I used a stencil for the vertical stripes and applied some Delicata "Golden Glitz" pigment ink using a make-up sponge. I then colored the super cute fox using Copic Markers and cut him out using the coordinating die.

Fox: E15, E17, E19, R01, W0, W2

To create my scene, I die cut two hills using the Mama Elephant "Landscape Trio" set out of olive green cardstock. To add to the woodsy feel, I added some trees die cut with the tree die from the Lawn Fawn"Sweater Weather" die set. To ground my little fox, I created a shadow under him with my YG91 and YG93 Copic Markers.

For the sentiment, I used one of the small frames included in the SSS "Frames" set and die cut it from olive green and khaki cardstocks. I inlaid the olive green frame around khaki base and then used the happy birthday from the "Birthday Words" set to inlay the sentiment.



I really like how my card turned out and love how this card would be perfect for winter or fall. Thanks again for stopping by and have a wonderful weekend! ♥


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Supplies:
Paper Smooches "Chilly Chums" Stamps
Paper Smooches "Chilly Chums" Icons Dies
Paper Smooches "Birthday Words" Dies
Simon Says Stamp "Frames" Die Set
Mama Elephant "Landscape Trio" Creative Cuts
Lawn Fawn "Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables"
Lawn Fawn "Sweater Weather" Lawn Cuts
My Favorite Things "All Lined Up" 6x6 Stencil

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Newton's Nook Designs January Release Day 2

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Welcome back to Day 2 of Newton's Nook Designs January 2015 release! Today's reveal is "Newton Dreams of Paris." I seriously almost died of cuteness when I first saw this set! This is set is just so cute and I absolutely adore the cute images and scripty sentiments.

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For my card, I used the hot air balloon images to create a cute sky scene. I colored the images using Copic Markers and fussy cut them out. I stamped the images again directly onto my card panel and paper pieced the colored portions. I distressed the edges of the main panel using Old Paper distress ink. I then used a cloud die to create two layers of clouds, one out of white cardstock and one from vellum. I stamped the sentiment using SSS Smoke dye ink and stamped the little heart outline using Mama Elephant "Winter" pigment ink. I then distressed the edges of the white cloud layer using Old Paper and Tumbled Glass distress inks. As a final detail, I white heat embossed the cloud image onto vellum three times and fussy cut them out. I adhered the vellum clouds onto the card overlapping some of the images to create some added depth and dimension.

I absolutely love how this card came out! Even though it's a relatively flat (and postal-friendly) card, the layers of vellum add so much dimension. I cannot begin to express how absolutely in love I am with this set, it's just so cute and versatile. I hope you were inspired and don't forget that both sets are available for purchase tomorrow! ♥



Would you like to win “Newton Dreams of Paris”? 

This set will be given away to TWO lucky winners!

Here's how to win:
Comment on the NND blog and Design Team and Guest blogs (see list below)! Two winners will be chosen at random from the collective blogs release posts. Make sure to check out each of their blogs and comment for your chance to win. You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning! You have until Thursday, January 15th at 9pm CDT to comment -- winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, January 16th.


Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Newton's Nook Designs January Release Day 1

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Hi crafty friends! Today is Day 1 of Newton's Nook Designs January 2015 release. Today's reveal is the super adorable new set called "Wild About Zoo."  I absolutely adore all of the new critters and punny sentiments in this set. Even though this is a Valentine's-themed set, I can totally see myself using this set year-round.

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For today's post, I made two cards that showcase the versatility of this set. Both cards can be given anytime throughout the year and would make great love/friendship cards.


For my first card, I was inspired by the super cute zebra and decided to stick to the black and white color theme. I colored the zebra using Copic Markers and fussy cut him out, leaving a white border. I white heat embossed the sentiment and die cut it out using a Spellbinders die. I used a black and white heart pattern paper for the background and mounted it onto some grey cardstock. I die cut a piece of vellum using a grassy border die and tucked my zebra behind the vellum grass. To finish the card, I dry embossed the cardbase using a chevron embossing folder and added some black and white twine.



For my second card, I decided to make a more feminine card using the cute elephant. Like the zebra, I colored the elephant using Copic Markers and fussy cut it out leaving a white border. I die cut a stitched tag from some pattern paper and a little hill from some light grey cardstock. I mounted the elephant onto the tag using glue dots for some subtle dimension. I then white heat embossed the sentiment onto a strip of vellum and tucked the vellum behind the tag. I added a bow at the top of the tag and a few matching sequins. I used a piece of coordinating pattern paper for the background panel and adhered all of my layers onto a scalloped cardbase. 




Would you like to win “Wild About Zoo”? 

This set will be given away to TWO lucky winners!

Here's how to win:
Comment on the NND blog and Design Team and Guest blogs (see list below)! Two winners will be chosen at random from the collective blogs release posts. Make sure to check out each of their blogs and comment for your chance to win. You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning! You have until Thursday, January 15th at 9pm CDT to comment -- winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, January 16th.


Thursday, January 8, 2015

Newton's Nook Designs Flash Challenge - Thank You Theme

Hi crafty friends! Today there's an Inky Paws Flash Challenge over on the Newton's Nook Designs Blog. The theme is "thank you" and the challenge runs through Saturday, January 10th. And as a bonus, Newton's Nook Designs is offering a super cute free digi-stamp (pictured below). Click here to download the new digi-stamp.

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I used the Newton's Nook Designs "Versatile Vases" to create a feminine and more elegant thank you card. I've had this set for a little while and I've been dying to ink it up. It has so many pretty floral images and I love how you can really mix and match the different vases - they really are versatile! :)


I started my card by die cutting a tag-shaped window from purple cardstock. For the background of my window, I dry embossed a white piece of cardstock slightly larger than my window using a polka-dot embossing folder. I mounted the purple layer onto the white background using foam tape and matted both layers onto some light grey cardstock. I then colored the flowers using Copic Markers and fussy cut them out leaving a white border. I heat embossed the mason jar onto vellum using Ranger Liquid Platinum embossing powder. I also stamped the mason jar onto white cardstock using a light grey ink so that it wouldn't show through the vellum mason jar. I colored the white mason jar using Copic Markers to give the mason jar some added depth and dimension. I then fussy cut both mason jars and adhered all of the layers together, sandwiching the flowers in between both of the mason jars.

Flowers: V93, V95, Y00, Y02, YG41, YG45
Vase: B0000, B000, B00, C0, C2

I pieced together the thank you sentiment from the "Simply Sentimental" set and white heat embossed it onto a strip of the same light grey cardstock. As a finishing touch, I added some Pretty Pink Posh sequins, a bow at the top of the window and some clear Wink of Stella glitter to the flowers.

I hope you were inspired by my card and I cannot wait to see what you create! Don't forget to visit the Newton's Nook Designs Blog for more info and to see more amazing projects. Thanks again for stopping by! ♥

Monday, January 5, 2015

Lawnscaping Challenge #97 - Winter Themed

Hi crafty friends! I hope everyone enjoyed their holidays! I'm finally back at work (boo), but to ease the Monday blues, I bring you a card for the latest Lawnscaping Challenge (yay!). This Lawnscaping Challenge is inspired by winter-themed images from Pinterest. There is so much inspiration packed in these images and I cannot wait to see what you create!

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This Lawnscaping Challenge is sponsored by our amazing new sponsor Ellen Hutson. The winner will receive a $25 store credit!

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For my card, I used the "Joy to the Woods" stamp set to create a cute winter-themed thank you card inspired by the Pinterest images. I used the A2 Stitched Rectangle die from the "Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables" to cut my front panel from some light grey cardstock. I stamped the panel with the woodgrain background stamp from the "Woodgrain Backdrops" stamp set in SSS Fog dye ink and then distressed the edges with Pumice Stone distress ink. I then used one of the stitched square dies from the SSS "Stitched Squares" set to die cut a window out of my card panel.

I used the snowy bokeh-like pattern paper from the "Snow Day" 6x6 paper pack for my scene's backdrop. I then used the stitched hillside border dies to create the snow drifts. I colored the images using Copic Markers and then die cut them out using the coordinating dies. To finish the card, I die cut the "Scripty Thanks" die out of white cardstock three times and adhered the sentiment onto the woodgrain panel.

Fox: W2, W4, W6, R01
Cardinal: R37, R39 RV99, YR14, YR16
Birch Trees: W0, W2, W4
Holly: R37, R39, YG97, YG99


Thanks again for stopping by and if you would like to see more wonderful inspiration, be sure to visit the Lawnscaping Challenges Facebook page! ♥

Supplies:
Lawn Fawn "Joy to the Woods" Stamp Set
Lawn Fawn "Joy to the Woods" Coordinating Dies
Lawn Fawn "Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables"
Lawn Fawn "Stitched Hillside Borders"
Lawn Fawn "Woodgrain Backdrops"
Lawn Fawn "Snow Day " 6x6 Paper Pack
Simon Says Stamp "Stitched Squares"

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Newton's Nook Designs DT Announcement

Hi crafty friends! I just wanted to quickly pop in to wish everyone a Happy New Year and let everyone know that I'll be joining the Newton's Nook Designs DT :)!! I've been dying to share this exciting news and I cannot begin to express how absolutely excited and honored I am to be joining such an amazing and talented team! Below are the links to the other DT members, so be sure to swing by their blogs and give them some love! ♥

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I also wanted to let you guys know that Newton's Nook Designs is celebrating the New Year with a fun sale. The sale ends January 3rd, so visit the Newton's Nook Design store before then to take advantage of this awesome sale :)

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