Saturday, February 28, 2009

Lovely Embossed Vellum

The Flourishes blog has a Timeless Tuesday challenge each week. This week the challenge was to use vellum on your card. I had a card in my mind and went looking for my pink, blue, and yellow vellum. When I checked my drawer with the vellum in it I couldn't believe all that I had. I had forgotten all the colors and patterns I had bought in the past. I will definitely need to visit that drawer more often.

I pulled out my Sizzix embossing folder and used a piece of white cardstock to see how it would work. Once I saw how the folder worked, I used it to emboss a pink and blue flower as well green leaves and gold (didn't have yellow vellum but did have gold) flower center. It was then that I had the idea to make the white embossed cardstock the center image and the pink and blue flowers as an added element. When I put the white cardstock and pink and blue flower on an invitation size card they didn't all fit. I didn't want to eliminate either of the vellum flowers so I decided to use a 5 x 7 card instead. When I looking in the drawer for my vellum I found some mulberry paper (anybody remember that, I haven't seen it used in a long time). I decided to add a layer under the white embossed layer. When I put the layers on the white card it still needed something so I decided to try embossing a background gold vellum using a Cuttlebug embossing folder. I was even able to match the dots up perfectly! Whoo Hoo for me!

I then put the pieces on the card and it was still missing something, so I pulled out a border punch and added a layer at the bottom. As usual I felt it needed ribbon (love my ribbon) so I added a sparkly ribbon so it would have some bling (like bling on a card also). Again this is a very pretty feminine card. Looks like my daughter will have another card to add to her collection. Here is my creation.






















inside of card


Stamps: Emotions Pre-Inked Stampers (JustRite) Paper: Whisper White Accessories: Daisy flower Sizzix embossing folder, blue - gold - green - pink vellum, yellow mulberry paper, Floral Lace Edge Punch (Martha Stewart), ribbon (Pink Hedgehog) vellum tape, sticky tape, dimensionals
Wait till you see what I have been working on! It is so awesome. Check back tomorrow to see it.
Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Robbie

Friday, February 27, 2009

A White Sport Coat and a Pink Carnation

I am really going to date myself here, but the entire time I was making this card I kept singing this song. When I chose my flower die, the patterned paper, and the scrumptous ribbon all I could think of was Prom night.

The challenge at Clear Dollar Stamps is to create any card or project and use pearls (pearls, pearlized paper, pearlized embossing powder, etc.). I had this vision of using die cuts to create a soft flower with curled edges similar to the one create by Julie and using pearls in some way. I got my dies and chose Bella Rose PP. I then went looking for a ribbon as my vision was to wrap the ribbon and pearls around the card and make a bow. While looking for a pink ribbon I ran across this gorgeous satin ribbon I had gotten from Stampin' Up last year and had never used. It immediately made me think of Prom and I took off from there.

I made my flowers with the patterned paper and when I went to put them together it didn't look right so I decided to add some cardstock in a matching color. Once I did this I layered the flowers bent up the edges on each layer and added the pearl in the center. I layed the ribbon and flowers on the card and it still needed something so I pulled out a background sent and stamped the background with it. I then attached the ribbon and glued the layer to the card. I then decided on the placement of my flowers and started attaching the pearls using Crystal Effects. When I was finished it still needed something so I made a bow out of the ribbon and attached it with a glue dot to the ribbon.

I think this card is very pretty. It is so feminine looking I know I have a few visitors who will love it (Hi Sandy! This one is for you). What are your thoughts about this card? Let me know.



























inside of card


Stamps: Petite Patterns (retired) Paper: Pink Pirouette, white, Bella Rose PP Ink: Pink Pirouette Accessories: Cuttlebug Flower dies, 15/16" Purely Pomegranate satin ribbon, half-back pearls, string of pearls, Zots, crystal effects, sticky tape, dimensionals
I think I will send this card to my girly-girl daughter. She will love it as it right up her alley. Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Robbie

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Prairie No Time to Stamp black

Like that title? This card is another one for Sharon's black challenge. I am definitely loving this challenge. I have to admit I am trying more color challenges lately as I like this challenge for a change of pace.

Today's card uses Amy's/ sketch challenge. I did flip the sketch a little since my image as pretty large. Here is Amy's sketch and my card.







































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Stamps: Garden Silhouettes, Circle of Friendship (both retired) Paper: Basic Black, Lovely Lilac, white, Flowers for You PP (retired), Night Light Papers (Paper Parachute) Ink: Basic Black Accessories: 1/2" - 1" - 1 1/4" circle punches, ribbon, sticky tape, dimensionals
Hope you are enjoying my cards. I have one more for you later today so check back. Have a great day and thanks for looking!
Robbie

Another Black Ink Only Challenge

Second post, scroll down for first.

Well this is my final card for this challenge. I really took off with this challenge and I hope you did not get bored looking at my cards. I will tell you if you this is a good way to create a simple card that really pops. I used the addition of patterned paper in a color to really add an extra eye catcher.
Today's card did not use a sketch. I liked a card Sharon's blog so I used her layout and modified it. I am enjoying playing with the color challenges lately. On this card the background black and white paper was a little busy so I used a photo corner to break up some of the pattern. This card is really elegant but was very easy to make. Please leave me a comment and let me know if you have enjoyed my black ink only cards.

























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Stamps: Stem Silhouettes (retired) Paper: Basic Black, white, Prints Pack PP (hostess) Ink: Basic Black Accessories: black brads (Pink Hedgehog), photo corner punch, ribbon, sticky tape, dimensionals

Well tomorrow is Friday. Yeah!!!!!!!!!! I hope you have some plans for the weekend. I will be on the Eastern Shore doing a workshop for a friend. Thanks for looking and have a great weekend!


Robbie

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Planet No Time to Stamp Black

Second post, scroll down for first.


Happy Hump Day Everyone!

Sharon at No Time To Stamp issued a challenge to stamp using black ink only. I loved the cards she posted on her blog and decided to try it. I have always loved the look of black as an accent color and hadn't used it recently so I had fun with this one. I decided to use patterned paper as an added color so the majority of the card is black and white with a pop of color.

For this card I used the sketch from Paper Craft Planet. I liked the layout on this card and lends itself to lots of options. If you have some time visit Sharon's blog and look at her work. Her cards are beautiful! Here is the sketch and my card.

































inside of card

Stamps: Sprig (CC Rubber Stamps), Delight in Life (retired) Paper: Basic Black, white, Spring Flowers PP (retired), Night Light Papers ( Paper Parachute) Ink: Basic Black Accessories: black brads (Pink Hedgehog), ribbon, sticky tape, dimensionals
Hope you enjoyed this card. I have another one I will post later today. Check it out. Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Robbie

Pink & Gray Cherish

I recently went through my individual stamps as I hadn't inked them up lately. I had this stamp and thought it would interesting to cut the center out and line it with patterned paper. I think this was an interesting change from stamping a saying in the center.

The challenge this week on Colour Create was to use pink and gray. I love these 2 colors together. I also knew I had some gray velvet ribbon I knew matched my Basic Gray so I went with it. I recently discovered Deanne's blog . At Just My Sketches Deanne posts 2 card sketches and 2 layouts each month. I looked through the last 2 months of her sketches and chose this one as I loved the layout. I chose to watercolor the frame as it had been a while since I had watercolored and I was feeling the need. When the card was almost finished it needed something so I pulled out my Star gel pens and added some bling. This is a cute card and other than the frame is fairly easy. Hope you enjoy it.


Edited to add: Here is the sketch I forgot to include.






























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Stamps: Warm Words, Sunflower Frame (JRL Designs) Paper: Basic Gray, white, Prints Pack PP Ink: Basic Gray, Mellow Moss, Pretty In Pink, Regal Rose, Rose Red, Palette Noir Black Accessories: Clear - Gold - Pink - Rose Star gelly roll pens, So Saffron marker, velvet ribbon, sticky tape, dimensionals

Hope you enjoyed this card. It was a little less flowery than my most recent creations but I wanted to do a simple card. I hope you get some time to play today. Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Robbie

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Cased My Own Card

I made this card (second card in post) for Michaela last week that I loved. While reading my blogs I saw a Thumping Challenge on Gina K's blog and realized that is what I had done on Michaela's card. I decided to check out the challenge and use the same idea as I had used on my card as I liked the colors.

If you have not been to Stamp TV you need to check it out. Gina has done a great job of posting videos explaining how to cut stamps, techniques, and recently added challenges. The site is new (just this week) so there are only a few videos but she has plans to add more. The quality is excellent and I learned a few things about cutting stamps correctly. Check it out.

Okay on to my card. I used a different stamp as I wanted to try the technique on a bigger stamp. While I am okay with my casing, I think the first card was better. I may try this technique again using 3 colors in the same family. I do like the inside stamped image better as I used the Elegant Eggplant marker to edge the stamp. Here is my creation.



























inside of card


Stamps: Scented Storkes (Penny Black), So Many Sayings (retired) Paper: Elegant Eggplant, white, Sage Scroll (Sandy Lion Designs) Ink: Elegant Eggplant Accessories: Mellow Moss - Always Artichoke - Elegant Eggplant - So Saffron markers, ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), sponge dauber, sticky tape, dimensionals
So which is your favorite? Let me know. Hope you have a great afternoon and thanks for looking!
Robbie

Our Creative Corner Tag You're It

Like that title? Today's card combines the challenge from each of these blogs. On the Our Creative Corner blog this week you had to include a tag somewhere on your card. A new blog I have recently discovered is Tag, You're It and this blog is all about making tags. Since I have not done an ATC swap in a while, I was feeling the need to create a small piece of art so I decided to give it a try.

The requirements for the Tag, You're It challenge was to use Circles and Swirls on your card. I had a piece of patterned paper I ran across when looking for ones for my daughters cards that I felt would be perfect for the swirls since it had bees on it. So I thought I would make a tag then use the tag on a card for the Our Creative Corner challenge.

The bee paper used yellow and black so I went with those colors. Since I wanted the tag to pop I decided to use Cameo Coral as one base for my tag. I also searched for my black polka dot organdy ribbon as it would be perfect for the tag and card. To make the swirls I used the Swirls Scribble sizzlet and cut one is yellow and black. I also stamped a swirl on the background using black ink. Since the sizzlet had lots of little pieces I decided to use them randomly on the card and inside. I like the way this card turned out.
Tag

























Front of card





inside of card













Stamps: In Full Bloom(retired), Curls & Swirls (TAC) Paper: Basic Black, Cameo Coral, So Saffron, bee PP (Daisy D's) Ink: Basic Black Craft, Palette Noir Black Accessories: Swirls Scribbles Sizzlet, Black Diamond Embossing Powder (Judi Kins), 1/2" & 5/8" circle and Tag Corner punches, ribbon (Michael's), xyron create-a-sticker, dimensionals

So what do you think? Let me know. Thanks for looking and have a great Tuesday!


Robbie

Monday, February 23, 2009

Ink Spray & Smash Technique

When I read Faith's blog, she often uses a technique that create some absolutely beautiful backgrounds. The technique is called Ink Spray & Smash. I have wanted to try this technique for quite some time and Candice and I got a chance to give it a try last week.

There is a great tutorial on Splitcoast. You basically use glossy cardstock and drop several drops of a reinker on the sheet. Then drop fewer drops of a darker color. Next you spray your cardstock with water and take another sheet of glossy cardstock and lay it on top of your inked on and smash the 2 together. Slowly pull the 2 sheets apart and set aside to dry.

Candice and I used Barely Banana and Tempting Turquoise and the result was really cool. We then used the 2 sheets to make a card. Today's card is a result of our attempt. I am thinking of doing this one in my workshop in March. Let me know what you think.









inside of the card














Stamps: Embrace Life, Flight of the Butterfly, Simply Said Paper: Glossy white, So Saffron, Flowers for You DS (retired) Ink: So Saffron, Staz-0n Black, Tempting Turquoise Accessories: lattice border punch & inside butterfly punch (Martha Stewart), metallic paint chip (Lowe's), ribbbon (Pink Hedgehog), sponge dauber, dimensionals

Let me know what you think. If you get time make sure you try this technique as it was a lot of fun! Thanks for looking and have a great Monday!


Robbie

Sunday, February 22, 2009

My original card

As you know yesterday, I was the featured stamper on Card Sketch A Day. Today I will share my card with you. To check out the sketch and play along, visit Susan's blog and see the requirements.

I cannot post the sketch as I have not seen it myself. I hope you will visit Card Sketch A Day and check out all the gorgeous creations. Here is my creation.


Stamps: can't find the set for the name :( Paper: Always Artichoke, Mellow Moss, Not Quite Navy, So Saffron, white, Patterns Pack PP Ink: Not Quite Navy Accessories: Boho Blosssoms - Spiral - 5 Petal flower - Round Tab punch, leaf branch punch (Martha Stewart), Not Quite Navy brads (Pink Hedgehog ), ribbon (Michael's), sponge dauber, sticky tape, dimensionals
Hope you plan to spend some time stamping today! Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Robbie

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Guess What?

Second post. Scroll down for first post today!

I am so excited. I am the featured stamper at Card Sketch A Day. I have done a couple of sketches for Susan and when I asked for a sketch for February she asked if I would do one of her Saturday Spotlights. I immediately said yes.

She sent me the sketch for the Saturday cards and I then had to create an original card which she will post the sketch she made from my card long with my original card. If you get a chance you should check out her site. She does a great job with the sketches and it is fun to see what others come up with.
On the Easter card, I stamped the chick on the Kraft. I then stamped it again on So Saffron and the Cutie Pie PP. I cut out the pieces I needed and mounted it on the Kraft. I popped the shell for some dimension. I punched the Designer Label out of So Saffron and mounted it on the Real Red. Then I cut around the punched label to get the red layer.
On the second card, I used the embosslet and cut out the flower in Kiwi and Raspberry Tart PP. I then layered the flower part on the Kiwi. I outlined each part with an Old Olive and Rose Red marker. I then ikned the matching stamp with the same colors and stamped repeatedly to make the border at the bottom. I punched the white layer with the lattice punch. Since you didn't really notice the punched side I used a sponge and inked the lattice with Rose Red. For the label, I stamped the sentiment and then cut it to fit into the Round Tab punch. I punched the one side then turned the paper and punched the other side. I repeated this procedure with a piece of Rose Red that was a little larger than the white. I finished it by using Kittie's ribbon tying tutorial for a multiple loop bow.
Here is the sketch and my 2 cards (you'll have to come back tomorrow to see the original).

































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Stamps: A Good Egg Paper: Certainly Celery, Kraft, Real Red, So Saffron, Cutie Pie PP Ink: Palette Noir Black Accessories: ribbbon (Michael's), Designer Label & 1" circle punch, Embossed Zig Zag punch (Martha Stewart), sticky tape, dimensionals
Second Card























inside of card







Stamps: Sweet Stems, Best Yet (hostess) Paper: Kiwi Kiss, white, Raspberry Tart PP Ink: Kiwi Kiss, Rose Red Accessories: Old Olive & Rose Red marker, Round Tab punch, lattice punch (Martha Stewart), ribbon (Michael's), sponge dauber, sticky tape, dimensionals
Make sure you check back tomorrow to see my original card the sketch was made from. If you have some time check the Card Sketch blog for some fun sketches to use. Hope you have a great evening! Thanks for looking!
Robbie

Three.. Three.. Three Challenges in One

Yep, you read right. I combined 3 challenges into 1 card. It was really easy to do. I started with the sketch from All That Scraps. I then used the colors from k werner design and when I chose my patterned paper I chose one that had stripes for the Splitcoast's Ways To Use It stripe challenge.

Sometimes when I do a color challenge I pull out my catalog and look through at the stamps I have and many times the set to use just seems to jump off the page at me. Since I have been doing a lot of flower cards lately and wanted to do something different I flipped through my catalog to see what would grab me. When I thought about the colors More Mustard, Really Rust, Kiwi Kiss, and white from the color challenge they just seemed to fit with my Wanted set.

I wanted to add some color to the background so I pulled my Boho Backgrounds out and stamped it using Really Rust. For the zig zag piece it seemed to get lost on the page so I decided to sponge on some Kiwi Kiss and stamp the little star medallion across the top. It helped to highlight this element. I used the Rock-n-Roll method on the horse so it would show up better on the white. The rest seemed to fall into place. Here is the sketch and my creation.































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Stamps: Boho Backgrounds, Wanted, Best Yet Paper: Kiwi Kiss, white, More Mustard PP (Patterns Pack), Rust PP (Lasting Impressions) Ink: Kiwi Kiss, More Mustard, Really Rust Accessories: Oval Nestabilities (Spellbinders), small star and 1" circle punches, mustard hemp (Michael's), Linen Thread, Embossed Zig Zag punch (Martha Stewart), sponge dauber, sticky tape, dimensionals
I hope everyone has some plans for today. I will spend time in my craft room and sewing room. Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Friday, February 20, 2009

Six Chicks Sketch Challenge

Good Afternoon! I played some more yesterday and actually made 2 cards. The card I am showing you today fits into 2 challenges. I used the sketch from Limelight Papercrafts and the Splitcoast Ways To Use It #206 stripe challenge. I used a vellum envelope I have had for a few years on the front and made a little card to go inside. This was a fun card to make and my inspiration started with the flowers. I went from there and matched my colors.

When I had all my elements ready and laid them on the card, the card needed something at it was too plain. I pulled out my swirls set and embossed them with my Ancient Gold embossing powder. It was just the touch I needed. Here is the sketch and my card.





























card with envelope open

inside of card


Stamps: Small Letter Set (JustRite), Curls & Swirls (TAC) Paper: Close to Cocoa, Mellow Moss, Very Vanilla, Anna Griffin AG 204 & 286 (Michael's) Ink: So Saffron Craft Accessories: Glitter Flowers (Heidi Grace), Stuffed Ups Adhesive Envelopes (Sticko), ribbon (JoAnn's), sponge dauber, sticky tape, dimensionals
Hope you have a great afternoon! Thanks for looking!
Robbie

Thank Heaven it's Friday

Happy Friday everyone! I bet you are glad the weekend is here. I hope you have some fun plans.

On my post yesterday I let you know that I had 2 more cards to share with you. Here are the last 2 cards from my daughter's collection. I had lots of fun making these cards. I began by picking a bunch of cardstock and then finding patterned paper to go with them. From there I chose the stamps I wanted to use with each card individually. Then it was just a matter of using a variety of layouts. I think the insides were the most challenging in trying to use a variety of layouts. Hopefully I have been able to mix them up. Let me know what you think of the collection.

First Card
























inside of card
































Stamps: Delight in Life Paper: Confetti White, blue, patterned paper (DCWV - Spring Collection) Ink: Palette Noir Black, Tempting Turquoise Accessories: ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), Rose Red - So Saffron markers, aqua painter, Zots, dimensionals




Second Card - on this card I colored the stems with Always Artichoke, the blooms with So Saffron and then used the Elegant Eggplant marker to randomly add color to the blooms. The back white layer has the stamp inked with Always Artichoke and then used second generation stamping to add some interest.






































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Stamps: Wild Fairy Lily (Hero Arts) Paper: purple (can't remember), white, Sage Scroll (Sandy Lion Designs) Accessories: Always Artichoke - Elegant Eggplant - So Saffron markers, ribbon (PinkHedgehog), sponge dauber, sticky tape, dimensionals
Hope you enjoyed looking at my cards. Thanks for visiting and have a great day!
Robbie







Thursday, February 19, 2009

More Rosey Kiwis Challenge

Yesterday I hinted that Candice and I had tried some new techniques and that I had used my end product to create a card. We actually tried 2 techniques. The card in today's post uses 1 of them (the other will come later as I need to pick up some supplies to finish it).

One of the techniques we tried was called Foxy Oxi and uses Oxi Clean (a product you add to your wash). I had picked up the Oxi Clean several weeks ago when it was on sale at Target. I had used it in my wash and when I read the directions I thought it would be fun to give it a try. Candice's sample turned out different from mine. The neat fact about this technique is that the process continues to work for quite a while so your background changes constantly until the process is completed.

I wanted to use the ColorChallenge on Splitcoast this week so we choose to do the background using Kiwi Kiss. The flowers used More Mustard and Rose Red and the Rock - n - Roll technique. This card was a lot of fun and I am planning on using the card and technique in my workshop next month. Here is my creation.


























inside the card

Stamps: Best Yet (Hostess), Eastern Blooms, Office Accoutrements, Weathered Background Paper: Kiwi Kiss, Rose Red, Shimmery White Ink: Kiwi Kiss, More Mustard, Rose Red Accessories: Oxi Clean, ribbon, Always Artichoke & Old Olive markers, water spray bottle, dimensionals
Isn't this card just too cute? Will you be joining me for my March workshop? Let me know. Thanks for looking and have a great afternoon!
Robbie

Happy Thursday!



Only one more day till the weekend! Do any of you have any big plans for the weekend? I don't, just spending some time doing my crafts.

I have some more of my daughter's cards for you. Hope you are not getting tired of them. I am almost done with sharing them with you. Here are 2 more of the cards.


First Card
























inside of card













Stamps: Curls & Swirls (TAC) Paper: purple (package I bought in California when visiting my daughter), Patterned Paper (bought at stamp store in Fredericksburg) Ink: So Saffron Craft Accessories: Ranger Ancient Gold Embossing Powder, ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), Martha Stewart butterfly punch, Gold Gemstones (Hero Arts), crystal effect, sticky tape, dimensionals


Second Card
























inside of card

Stamps: Happy Spring (Great Impressions), Row of Perky Flowers (Hero Arts) Paper: green (bought in California while visiting my daughter), white, Green w/ Circles (Hot Off The Press) Ink: Palette Noir Black Accessories: ribbon, Gold - Lavender - Lemon - Melon - Olive - Orange - Pink - Red - Sky Blue Spica microflake pens, Silver Gray Marvy marker, Stardust Gelly Roll pen, sticky tape, dimensionals
Well I have 2 more cards to show you tomorrow and that will be the end of my daughter's collection. Thanks for sticking with me through all these cards. Have a great day!
Robbie

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Penny Black Sketch Challenge

Second post, scroll down for previous post.

Candice and I played with some new techniques today. We used our end products to create 2 cards. I just love my finished card. Check back tomorrow to see what I came up with, you are going to love it.!!!!!!

The card in this post is for the Penny Black sketch challenge. I hadn't done one of their challenges in a while so when I got back this afternoon I decided to give it a try. I had this last image from my sister's stash so I went with it. I also thought it would be appropriate since we had snow showers all day but no snow. Besides I had used a lot of flowers lately and thought you might like a change of pace. Here is the sketch and my creation.































inside of card




Stamps: Hedgey Shuffle (Penny Black) Paper: Brushed Gold, white, River Rock checked PP (Scrap Pads - Provo Craft), other patterns (from my scrap pile) Ink: Palette Noir Black , Brocade Blue, Handsome Hunter, Sage ShadowAccessories: ribbon (JoAnn's), snowflake (Michael's), Blush Blossom - Gable Green - Glorious Green - Going Gray - Green Galore - Pretty in Pink markers, Stardust Gelly Roll pen, crystal effects, sticky tape, dimensionals
Hope you have a great evening! Thanks for looking!
Robbie

Time got away from me

Well as you can see I did not get a challenge card made yesterday. The day just flew by and before I knew it I had to go to my stitching class. I am not sure I will get to do a challenge today but I will do my best.

In spite of my busy day I have some more of my daughter's cards to share with you. Just simple cards so she doesn't need to worry about extra postage.


First Card
























inside of card













Stamps: Best Yet (hostess), Priceless Paper: Pale Purple, Patterned Paper (DCWV - Spring Collection) Ink: Bashful Blue, Lavender Lace, Pretty in Pink Accessories: ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), crystal effects, sticky tape, dimensionals

Second Card
























inside of card













Stamps: Daisy Hedgehog (Penny Black) Paper: Yoyo Yellow, white, blue (DCWV - Spring Collection), Sweet PP (retired) Ink: Mellow Moss, Palette Noir Black Accessories: Basic Black, Green Galore - Yoyo yellow markers, Silver Gray Marvy marker, Flower Trio punch, half back pearls (Michael's), ribbon (Pink Hedgehog), crystal effect, sticky tape, dimensionals


Third Card

























inside of card


Stamps: jars of sunflowers (Great Impressions) Paper: Confetti White, purple (DCWV - Spring Stack), white, dotted PP (DCWV - Spring Stack) Ink: Palette Noir Black, Bashful Blue
Accessories: Martha Stewart lattice punch, Brocade Blue - Lavender Lace - Mellow Moss - Pretty in Pink - So Saffron markers, Lavender Lace - So Saffron - Mellow Moss eyelets, Crop -a - dile, aqua painter, crystal effect, dimensionals
Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Robbie