Saturday, January 31, 2009

Simple Sketch Punched Snowflakes

One of the blogs I read does a 10 Minute Monday segment. Becky at Clean & Simple Stamping usually uses a sketch to create your cards and you can create these cards in 10 minutes.

I used her sketch from this week to make my card. I had these punched snowflakes from a die that I borrowed from a friend. I wanted to use them on this card but thought they might be too big. I decided to use them any way and I like how the card turned out. I had a sheet of blue vellum that I thought was very nice. I decided to try it on this card and liked how it turned out layered on the white. I used my Bashful Blue marker to add dots after I had the vellum on as the white seemed a little harsh. Here is the sketch and my creation. What do you think?

inside of card

Stamps: All Year Cheer I Paper: blue vellum (had it for a while so don't remember the details), Bashful Blue, white Ink: Bashful Blue Accessories: Bashful Blue marker, Sizzix Sizzlets Winter Phrase set, snowflake punch (borrowed from a friend - don't remember the name), Martha Stewart snowflake border punch, ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), sticky tape, dimensionals

Thanks for looking and have a great Saturday!

Friday, January 30, 2009

Blue Heart

Good Morning! Well we are going to get snow again today. They are saying less than 1" which is good. Then tonight we will get more but again the accumulation is less than 1" again. I have been busy sewing Michaela's curtains. I have to hem the great room ones and make the bedroom ones today. Then her curtains will be done. We will then decide on picture placement and hang them. She will then only have the boxes of clothes left to unpack. She will be in good shape when I leave on Sunday but boy has it been a busy week.

Today's card uses a sketch from Paper Craft Planet. This is a site similar to Splitcoast Stampers. They have weekly sketch and color challenges. They also have lots of groups yo can join as well as forums and chats. When I saw the sketch I did not want to use the heart shape for the center but decided to use an oval with a heart in the center. I also used my Square Step punch and removed the guard to punch the border. To do that just take the guard off and punch like a border punch. I want to try making a medallion similar to the ones Becca creates on her blog. Not sure how it will turn out but I want to play and see what I get. I think I should have used a thicker ribbon and may try changing it when I get home. Here is the sketch and my creation. What do you think?

inside of card

Stamps: Time Well Spent, Priceless, Great Greetings, All Year Cheer III (all retired) Paper:Buckaroo Blue (retired), white, Watercolor Collection - Ocean (Making Memories) Ink: Buckaroo Blue Accessories: Oval Nestabilities, Martha Stewart heart punch, Square Steps Corner Pocket punch, Fiskars Paper Edgers - Colonial, ribbon, sticky tape, dimensionals
Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Page Plans Valentine Sketch

Third Post today, scroll down for the two.

Well hello again! I hope you are having a good day. It snowed yesterday up here in New York. We got about 6 inches and then a light dusting again last night. It was a light fluffy snow so it was easy to just brush it off the car. It is amazing how they had the road cleared. Even with 6 inches we were able to go out and get a snow shovel and some other things and the kids had school. Do you think the transportation department would come to St. Mary's and consult with our department? lol

Was I busy last week before I left. I found some great sketches last weekend to use for some of my cards this week. I made the cards and took my pictures and uploaded them so all I had to do this week was create my post and publish it. I really like all the cards I made and can't wait to send them to my friends. I do need to make more Valentine cards as I don't have many of them.

I used a second sketch from Page Plans to make this card. As you can see from the sketch you were to have something going diagonally across the card. I had my card all make with my gray velvet ribbon going top to bottom. When I looked at the sketch, I saw it was supposed to be diagonally. I tried pulling the layer off but I had applied it with sticky tape (I always use this when I have ribbon so my layers will stick together) so it was not budging without tearing the card apart. So I cut the ribbon and applied it diagonally but as you can see from the picture, you can barely see it. The card was too cute to pitch and start over so I just left it. Here is the sketch and my creation.

inside of card

Stamps: Happy Heart Day, Sweet Shapes (retired) Paper: Basic Gray, white, Pack of Palette Prints - red Ink: Palette Noir Black, Real Red Accessories: Marvy Le Plume markers - Dark Gray & Silver Gray, Gray velvet ribbon, Spica microflake pens - red, pink & green, Word Window Punch, Martha Stewart heart border punch, sticky tape, dimensionals

Make sure you check out the Page Plans site to use for cards you are making. They have some great sketches. Check in again tomorrow as I have another creation for you. Thanks for looking and have a great day!


Amy's Sketch #55 Dancing Snowmen

Second Post today, scroll down for the first!

Good Morning! Wow it is the weekend already. I have been busy with making Michaela's curtains. I have finished the upstairs living/dining room ones and today I want to finish her bedroom ones. We hit a really good sale on some gorgeous silk decorating fabric when we were here earlier this month. The curtains look great! Now putting up the drapery hardware was another story. Let's just say trying to find extension support rods of at least 9" was impossible. We improvised with a black wrougth iron plant hanger. It looks really nice with the rod she chose. Okay on with the card.

One of the blogs I read is Paper Prairie & Ink. Amy does some great sketches on Friday and they are easy to use. Here is the sketch I used for this week and you can see her card there also. I had this cute snowman paper that I hadn't used and decided it needed some loving. I also wanted to use some of my larger felt snowflakes as it is hard to decide how to use them (anybody have any other ideas?). The card came together in about 10 minutes again so another quicky for you. Okay enough chit chat, here is the sketch and my creation.

inside of card

Stamps: Let it Snow (My Sentiments Exactly), Snowflakes (Make an Impression) Paper: Riding Hood Red, white, Dancing Snowmen White PP (Provo Craft) Ink: Whisper White Craft, Riding Hood Red Accessories: Felt snowflake, Cuttlebug snowflake die, Martha Stewart snowflake punch & snowflake border punch, white - red - silver brads (Pink Hedgehog), Fiskars Paper Edgers - Imperial, dimensionals
Make sure you come back later today as I have another creation for you. Thanks for looking, stay warm, and have a great day!

Page Plans Kitty Valentine

I ran across the Page Plans site while reading another blog. They have some great sketches for cards and scrapbook pages. I found a couple I like and here is one of the cards I made using one of their sketches.

I used another Penny Black image I had stamped using my sister's stamps. He is a cute kitty and I thought the Bella Rose paper would be a good way to make the card less feminine. It was a fun card to make and took about 10 minutes so it was a fast one. Here is the sketch and my creation.

inside of card

Stamps: Happy Heart Day Paper: Chocolate Chip, Riding Hood Red, white, Bella Rose DS Ink: Riding Hood Red, Palette Noir Black Accessories: Blush Blossom - Creamy Caramel - Real Red markers, white brads (Pink Hedgehog), sponge dauber, dimensionals

Make sure you check back later today as I have another Page Plans sketch card to post. Thanks for looking and have a great day!


Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Card Sketch A Day Snowmen

I love snowmen! They are so cute to create with. You can add fun colors to give them a playful look or use traditional snow colors to create fun cards. I created 2 cards today - one with fun colors and the other with traditonal snow colors.

I got a sketch from Susan at Card Sketch A Day. If you have not visited this site you should as they have some great sketches you can use to create cards. Using the sketch I created a traditional colored snowman. When I finished it I also decided I wanted to create a card using more non-traditional colors. On this card I was looking in scrap pile for a piece of Green Galore when I came upon a tag. Decided to use the tag and flip it for a twist to the sketch.Here is the sketch and my 2 cards and the inside of each card.

inside of card

Stamps: Stitched Snowman, Small Script (both retired) Paper: Brocade Blue, white, Bluebell Metallic Cover (The Paper Company), Blue/Green/Purple Stripes (Paper Pizazz) Ink: Brocade Blue, Palette Noir Black Accessories: Always Artichoke - Brocade Blue - Creamy Caramel - Lavendar Lace - Pretty in Pink - Real Red - Regal Rose - Pumpkin Pie - So Saffron markers, Spica micro flake clear glitter pen, Icicle Stickles, ribbon (Michael's), sponge dauber, crystal effect, sticky tape, dimensionals

Second card
inside of card

Stamps: Flaky Friends, Thanks Snow Much, Little Snow People (Hero Arts) Paper: Green Galore, White, Patterned Paper is from Close to My Heart (I have had this for a while) Ink: Green Galore, Palette Noir Black Accessories: Going Gray - Green Galore - Real Red - Tempting Turquoise markers, snowflake garland (bought at Michael's on clearance), sponge dauber, crystal effects, sticky tape, dimensionals

So go get your snowmen stamps and use this sketch to create a couple of cards. Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Amethyst Snow Card

Well, here we go again. The weatherman sure has missed his mark in the past. I wonder if he will be right with this storm.

We made it to New York in about 7 hours. No matter what we do it seems it takes that long. I guess to do it in 6 1/2 you have to drive straight through with no stops for gas, food, or bathroom breaks. The movers got here around 2 and had everything unloaded and were on the road by 3:30. Michaela and I left at 4 to go to the grocery store. Took us 2 hours as she had quite a few staples to pick up. When we got home we had dinner and then started unloading boxes. Her kitchen is completely set up and we played with her living room furniture arrangement. Her bed is up and usable. Tomorrow we will do some more and get rid of all the empty boxes.

Okay enough babbling, and on with the card. Today's card uses a Penny Black stamp I got from my sister. I had colored it quite a while ago and when I went to put it together the Amethyst was the only color that looked good with it so I went with it. I guess purple snow is better than yellow snow :) ! Here is my card and the inside. Hope you enjoy it.

inside of card

Stamps: Merry & Bright, Just Rite alphabet, could not find the duck and Hedgies on the Penny Black site Paper: Almost Amethyst, Green Galore, white, Palette of Prints Almost Amethyst PP Ink: Palette Noir Black, Whisper White Craft Accessories: Blush Blossom, Green Galore - Lovely Lilac - Only Orange, Pretty in Pink markers, Marvy Le Plume silver gray marker, Circle Nestabilities, Word Window punch, white embossing powder, Gelly Roll Stardust clear pen, Stickles - icicle, ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), sticky tape, dimensionals
I have some more cards for you tomorrow make sure you check back. Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Monday, January 26, 2009

Our Creative Corner Snowman Sketch

Well we are on our way to New York. It is hard to believe my youngest is going out on her own. It just seems like yesterday I was watching her push her police car around the family room. Time goes so quickly! I have a busy week getting her settled and making her curtains. Wish me luck!

Today's card is for the Our Creative Corner Blog sketch challenge this week. I had this paper for a few years and thought I would use it to create today's card. While it is a different color for a snow card I think it is still a cute card don't you think?

inside of card

Stamps: Scribbles (TAC), Winter Wishes (Great Impressions), Snow Flurries (retired) Paper: Bravo Burgundy, Very Vanilla, Mustard Gold, Snowman PP (Sweetwater) Ink: Encore Gold, Bravo Burgundy Accessories: Creamy Caramel - Bravo Burgundy markers, gold embossing powder, 1 3/8" circle punch, scallop circle punch, Martha Stewart snowflake punch, gold thin organdy ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), gold brad (Pink Hedgehog), dimensionals

I have created lots of cards that will be posted this week. Make sure you check back each day to see my creations. Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

2 cards for you today

The first card I have for you today is one of my workshop cards from last week. The layout I used is one that is very popular with this set that I found on Splitcoast. I also found the cool snow idea on this card and modified it for my card. I decided to place the image pieces on a Night of Navy layer to make everything pop. I love how this card turned out. Here is my creation and the inside.

My second card today uses Amy's sketch 54. I had this image I had stamped from my sister's stash of Penny Black stamps. I had it colored so it was just a matter of choosing paper and putting the card together following the sketch. I wanted to use a Cuttlebug embossing folder I had from last year and never used. I cut my strip and embossed the strip but wanted the words to pop so I sponged on Whisper White craft ink. I also sponged the edges with Real Red to make the white less harsh. I had made an embossed strip that was too small so I decided to cut it up and use some of the words inside for a different look. I love this card! Here is the sketch, my inside, and the beautiful creation.

inside of card

Punched snowman card details:

Stamps: Merry and Bright, Happy Winter, Holiday Tag Team (all retired), Priceless Paper: Bashful Blue, Night of Navy, white Ink: Bashful Blue, Basic Black, Night of Navy, Whisper White craft Accessories: Divine Swirl Cuttlebug embossing folder, 2 way glue pen, white glitter, scallop circle punch, snowflake punch (Martha Stewart), 1 3/8" circle punch, Night of Navy brad (Pink Hedgehog), Night of Navy marker, navy ribbon (Ribbons & Bows Oh My), toolkit, sticky tape, dimensionals

Penny Black Snowman card details

Stamps: hedgy pulling snowman (Penny Black - could not find the name), Festive Favorites (inside) Paper: Real Red, white, Ski Slope DS paper Ink: Palette Noir Black, Real Red, Whisper White craft Accessories: Sledding Cuttlebug embossing folder, Cuttlebug Snowflake die, Real Red - Going Gray - Creamy Caramel - Blush Blossom - Pretty in Pink markers, ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), Sakura clear Stardust gel pen, Spica clear micro flake pen, dimensionals

Check back tomorrow for some more cards. Thanks for looking and have a great day!


Tuesday, January 20, 2009

It's been a long time

Did you think I got lost? I can't believe how much time has passed since my last post. I have been busy with Michaela's move which happens this weekend. She has a lot to do in a few days.

The first card I am sharing is a card we did at my workshop last week. I saw several cards where the artists has used punches to create a penguin. I decided I would try my hand at it but has to adapt it since I did not have the wide oval punch. I think he turned out cute and he wasn't as hard to do as I thought. I used the layout from this card to make my creation. I added the beads to give it lots of bling. Here is my creation and the inside of the card.

The next card I have for you was one I created yesterday for the sketch challenge on Paper Craft Planet. This is a fairly new website that has weekly challenges, chat groups, etc. They describe themselves as "Facebook but for paper". I used their sketch for this week to create my creation. I had several embellishments I had bought over the last year that I also wanted to incorporate into the card. I love these mittens from retired Stampin' Up set. I think they made the card, what do you think?

inside of card

Penguin Card Info

Stamps: Polar Pals (retired - saying inside) Paper: white, Ski Slope DS Paper, Shimmery white (inside) Ink: Baja Breeze, Brilliance Platinum Planet Accessories: Snow jumbo wheel and handle, Stampin' Up punches - large and small oval; word window; 1/4" circle; Boho blossoms; 3/4" circle; snowflake (Martha Stewart), beads - misture of clear & silver & light blue, sticky tape, dimensionals

Mittens Card Info

Stamps: Merry (retired), Best Yet (hostess - Fall & Winter 2008), Snowflake Spot (retired) Paper: blue and 2 patterned papers (I have had for several years so I don't remember ), Bluebell Metallic Cover (The Paper Company), white Ink: Brocade Blue Accessories: Merry Minis snowflake, Snowflake charm (Making Memories), dimensionals

Thanks for looking and have a great day!


Friday, January 16, 2009

Elegant navy card

This is the last and one of my favorite cards from the simple and elegant card box. I like how this card turned out and I think I will be making some of these for myself.

I watercolored the flower and think it looks very pretty as I played with some shading. The strip at the bottom was made with a corner pocket punch with the guard removed. I noticed Becca created these really cool medalions circle and rectangle medallions. That got me to thinking and looking at my pocket punches. I had this retired Stampin' Up one that I played with using a strip of paper. I thought it made a cool border strip and decided to use it on this card. I really like the look. What do you think? Here is my creation.

Stamps: In Full Bloom Paper: Bashful Blue, Night of Navy, white Ink: Bashful Blue, Garden Green, Night of Navy, Palette Noir Black Accessories: ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), Square Steps Corner Pocket punch, aqua painter, Gold Spica micro flake pen, sponge dauber, sticky tape, dimensionals

Well I am headed into my craft room today to do some creating. I have not participated in challenges in a few weeks and want to try a few of them. Thanks for looking and have a great day!


Thursday, January 15, 2009

A butterfly card

Late post today. Lots going on and very busy.

This is another card from the simple and elegant card box I did for a gift. It is simple and fun. I used the strip stamp to create the sidebar. I often try to use the strip stamps in other ways. I like how the strip turned out. When I first started this card I felt the background paper was too busy. Once the card was finished, I really liked the final product. Does that ever happen to you. Here is my creation.

Stamps: Shades of Nature Paper: Garden Green, So Saffron, white, retired Stampin' Up Patterned Paper Ink: Palette Noir Black, Garden Green, So Saffron Accessories: Designer Label punch, 1" circle punch, Black Diamond embossing powder, ribbon (JoAnn's), Almost Amethyst - Ballet Blue - Gardern Green - So Saffron markers, sponge dauber, sticky tape, dimensionals

Thanks for looking and have a great afternoon!


Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Simple scalloped edge card

Well I spent the weekend putting away Christmas and organizing my craft room. I got the samples made for the workshop this week. I will post them later this week for you to see.

Today's card was a simple easy card. I used this card to base the box on as I liked the way it turned out. Not much to explain. Here is my creation.

Stamps: Garden Silhouettes Paper: Bordering Blue, white, Le Jardin PP Ink: Whisper White craft Accessories: Colonial Fiskars Paper Edgers, pearls (Michael's), white detail embossing powder

Thanks for looking and have a great day!


Sunday, January 11, 2009

Elegant punched flower card

Well I spent some time in my craft room yesterday trying to get organized. I need to make my cards for my workshop this week and need to get things ready to use that room. I also started taking down my Christmas decorations. When I left last week I just left everything in the house as it was for the holidays but need to get things down and put away before the workshop. I also need to stamp as I haven't created anything new in over 2 weeks. I am itching to make some winter cards.

This card is very similar to one I did as part of the fun and funky set. This one uses the same punch but by changing the stamp and the paper you can create a more elegant card.

After I punch the flowers I use a marker to draw lines to simulate petals. It gives the punch more depth in my opinion. I added some stickles in the center for some bling.

I often struggle with patterned paper that has swirls on it. I tried using the swirl at the bottom of the cut paper for the card and it actually turned out nice. I may just even add my own stamped swirls on patterned paper every once in a while. Here is my creation.

Stamps: Stem Silhouettes Paper: Always Artichoke, Brocade Blue, white, Le Jardin PP Ink: Always Artichoke Accessories: Flowers Trio punch, ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), icicle Stickles, sponge dauber, sticky tape, dimensionals

Thanks for looking and have a great Sunday!


Saturday, January 10, 2009

No embellishments used

I wanted a simple one layer card for one in the set. I went to the Stampin' Up set with simple flowers. Although there are no embellishments on this card I think it is very pretty.

I used markers to ink the stamp then stamped it one and then again without reinking to get a softer image also. Like the effect but need to work on my image placement a little. Here is my creation.

Stamps: Easy Elegance Paper: white Ink: Night of Navy Accessories: Brocade Blue - Night of Navy - Garden Green markers, sponge dauber

Thanks for looking and have a great Saturday!


Friday, January 9, 2009

The card boxes

Michaela and I are headed home today. It has been a good week. She has visited a lot of the surrounding towns to get to know the area. She has hit some really good sales (how about silk fabric for curtains that was originally $50 a yard on sale for $6 or a $70 mirror on sale for $17). That girl really has the luck when it comes to shopping! We have visited several local yarn stores and bought lots of yarn for me to make her some scarves (she will need it up here). I am anxious to get home and in my own bed and to be able to walk in the mornings

I have the 2 boxes I made to go with the cards I made. One box was for the fun and funky card set and the other box was for the simple and cute cards that I will be sharing with you over the next few days. Here are the boxes.

The box on the left is made with Bordering Blue cardstock and the one on the right is made with Wild Wasabi. Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Ribboned butterfly

This is the last card from my fun and funky card set. I wanted to create a colorful butterfly so I pulled out my Kaleidacolor pads and choose this one to ink the image. I had this colorful knitting ribbon I had picked up at Michael's that matched the ink so I decided to use it. I used the Kaleidacolor pad to ink the edges of the card. I also added the pink bling flowers at the bottom as the finished card seemed to need something.

Stamps: Bold Butterfly Paper: Brilliant Blue, Pink Passion, Yoyo Yellow, white, Jersey Shore PP Ink: Spectrum Kaleidacolor Accessories: knitting ribbon (Michael's), jeweled flowers (Target), sticky tape, dimensionals

Let me know what you think. Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

2 Sketch A Day Cards

I try and participate in sketch challenges quite often as I feel it increases my skills. The Card Sketch A Day blog puts up a sketch each day and everyone is welcome to give them a try. I volunteered to create a card for one of her sketches. I liked the sketch so much that I created 2 cards. Here is the sketch and my creations.

I decorated the inside also and here is a picture.

Stamps: Snowflakes saying (Make and Impression), The Snowflake Spot, Flaky Friends (both retired) Paper: Baja Breeze, white, Frosted white, Ski Slope DS Ink: Baja Breeze Accessories: Sizzix dies, sponge dauber, dimensionals

Here is the second card.

Stamps: Merry & Bright, Let It Snow (My Sentiments Exactly!), Polar Bears (retired) Paper: Bashful Blue, Chocolate Chip, white Ink: Bashful Blue, Palette Noir Black Accessories: Snowflake Edge Punch (Martha Stewart), Snowflake Punch (Martha Stewart), Bashful Blue - Close to Cocoa - Going Gray - Real Red markers, Sakura Stardust Gelly Roll pen, dimensionals
If you are ever at a loss for how to create your card, make sure you visit Susan's blog. You can always find a sketch to help you in your card making. Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Jersey Shore punched flowers

Michaela and I had a fun day on Sunday. We went to Corning to see the Corning Glass Museum. We learned quite a bit about glass blowing. Michaela even picked up some things on sale for her new apartment.

It has been very cold here. Sunday was the first day it was at freezing. All the other days it has been below freezing. We have had some snow and tonight we are supposed to have some snow.

Today's card is another one from the fun and funky set. I used the Jersey Shore patterned paper again. When I picked this paper I thought the Just Vine set would be a good one to use. I added the ribbon and the image panel and felt it still needed something so I pulled out some of my punches and created the punched flower cluster at the bottom. I thought it was really cute the way it turned out. What do you think?

Stamps: Just Vine Paper: Brilliant Blue, Pumpkin Pie, Wild Wasabi, white, Jersey Shore PP Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Wild Wasabi Accessories: Flowers Trip Punch, Leafy Branch and Rose Petal punches (Martha Stewart), ribbon, Icicle Stickles, sponge dauber, sticky tape, dimensionals

Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Bright Paisley

I have another fun and funky card for you today. This one uses some bright colors. Since Jess was taking these cards back to her co-workers in Hawaii I wanted to use some cool colors so I used Tempting Turquoise with Green Galore. I like the bright summer look of this card.

Stamps: Polka Dots & Paisley Paper: Cameo Coral, Green Galore, Tempting Turquoise, white Ink: Tempting Turquoise Accessories: ribbon (Michael's), Cameo Coral - Green Galore markers, silver dots, sticky tape, dimensionals

Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Friday, January 2, 2009

Embossing on Patterned Paper

I have another card from the fun and funky set I made. I have wanted to try embossing on patterned paper. I think the Upsy Daisy stamp from Stampin' Up is perfect for that. I had the Jersey Shore patterned paper and hadn't used it much so I thought I would give it a try with this stamp. I think the way it turned out was pretty cool. What do you think?

Stamps: Upsy Daisy, Sweet Shapes Paper: Brilliant Blue, white, Jersey Shore PP Ink: Brilliant Blue, Whisper White craft Accessories: white detail embossing powder, blue dew drops (Jody's share), sponge dauber, dimensionals

Let me know what you think. Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Thursday, January 1, 2009

I'm back and a new post finally!

I guess you are wondering what happened to me. Well my daughters kept me really busy during the holidays. I put Jess on a plane back to Hawaii yesterday and Michaela and I headed to New York to get her an apartment. We looked at 3 yesterday and signed for a nice 2 bedroom townhome with a garage. It has just recently been renovated and includes a laundry room, 2 bedrooms, and 1 1/2 baths. She loves it and is excited about decorating it. We will spend the rest of the week exploring the area.

The card I have for you today is one I made for one of the 2 sets I made for Jess to take back as a gift for the ladies in her office. I had 2 sets to make for her. One set needed to be elegant and the other one needed to be fun and funky. This one is from the fun and funky set. It was different and a little out of my normal comfort zone. Let me know what you think.

Stamps: Boho Backgrounds Paper: Chocolate Chip, Rose Red, white Ink: Chocolate Chip, Rose Red Accessories: 1 3/4" circle punch, round tab punch, chocolate chip ribbon, buttons (LSS), Chocolate Chip brad, tool kit, sticky tape, dimensionals

I have pictures to post over the next few days so make sure you check back to see what I made. Make sure you let me know what you think. Thanks for looking and have a great evening!