Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Two for the Price of One - MDSM62

I saw this cool sketch on MDS Monday's blog....and saved that sketch to my computer desktop to work on it this week.  Well, I got the time to create it ..... designed it.... and it looks amazing! So, today I went to add it to the MDS Monday's blog, and found out that I didn't read the whole challenge!  Oh well..... time to create again! LOL.  What's great is now I have two wonderful cards! Thanks MDS Monday!

So, if you'd like to view their challenge MDSM62 - click here: http://mdsmonday.blogspot.com/2014/04/mds62-were-matching.html  I've added the sketch here, so you can see it:

The challenge was to create a card with this sketch - AND - to add a DSP that you like and only use the 'matching tool' within MDS to fill in all the other elements on the card. Whew!  I do have to say that it was challenging to complete this task....since the DSP I chose 'Feast of Thanks' had variations within each small strip....as you can see with the striped paper above and below the 'Happy Birthday' piece.


I this card with the words 'Happy Birthday'.  It's from 'Delightful Dozen' and I cropped it to only get one 'Happy' and one 'Birthday' from it, so they show in a single line and not one on top of the other. After grouping them together, I copied and pasted them in rows.  I then added a square punch with my 'Feast of Thanks' striped DSP. I grouped those strips of DSP plus the sentiment together and rotated all of it -.8 degrees. After ungrouping all the elements, I was able to use the color matching tool within MDS to color in my sentiment.  Each balloon is a separate embellishment from 'Piece of Cake' and I used the color matching tool to change those colors to match.  The brad is bronze, but even that I was able to use the color matching tool to change it to be a red bronze. I also used the color matching tool on the tag outline...and with the freeform tool to create the sprinkles underneath the frosting on the cupcake! 
Thanks for a wonderful challenge Cindy (at MDS Monday)!


Supplies Used:
Paper - Naturals White
Punch - Square (filled w/Feast of Thanks DSP #2); Tag (filled w/yellow - color match and Whisper White)
Embellishment - Brad (Bronze - color matched to Red); Piece of Cake (balloons - cropped and color matched blue and yellow)
Stamp Brush Set - Delightful Dozen (words - cropped and color matched yellow and blue); Party Hearty (cupcake - colored Chocolate Chip and Bashful Blue)
Freeform Tool - to color sprinkles blue underneath the frosting using the color matching tool

Now....here's the first card I created with this sketch:
This reminds me of all those times my Dad was fixing the cars or bikes we had over the years...greasing things up and getting messy!

Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used:
Paper - Sahara Sand, Basic Black and Whisper White
Stamp Brush Set - Teeny Tiny Wishes (sentiment- Whisper White), Glimmer Kit (chevrons - Basic Black); Ink Splatter (Basic Black)
Punch - Square (filled w/Smoky Slate); Cog (filled w/Going Gray and Basic Gray

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Birthday Peace

Trying to work on masculine cards again.... oh why are they so hard to create?  I'm not sure I'm in love with this card, but I do like it!  Maybe it's needs something more...hmmm...

Well what do you think?

Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used:
Stamp Sets - Remembering Your Birthday, Peaceful Petals
Paper - Marina Mist, Early Espresso, Naturals White
Ink - Early Espresso
Accessories - scissors, Taffeta Ribbon (Early Espresso), Big Shot, Solid Stripes TIEF, stamp-a-ma-jig

Express Hope

My cousin's daughter is making her First Holy Communion this May.  I was honored to create 'thank you' cards for her. She loves bright pink, so I wanted to include it into my design.
I created 30 cards, and sent them off with 32 envelopes in a cute box that I made myself! =)



Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used:
Stamp Sets - Crosses of Hope, Express Yourself
Paper - Whisper White, Melon Mambo, Smoky Slate
Ink - Smoky Slate, Melon Mambo
Accessories - Stamp-a-ma-jig, Basic Rhinestones, Big Shot, Beautifully Baroque TIEF, scissors

Pennant Wish


I cannot take credit for this wonderful layout and colors.  I was inspired by Sandy Mathis' card.... you can view it here: 
http://www.stampwithsandy.com/2014/03/i-miss-you-fms127-cc5.html

Thanks Sandy!

Supplies Used:
Stamp Set - Perfect Pennants
Paper - Early Espresso, Whisper White, Old Olive, Haiku DSP (retired)
Ink - Early Espresso, Old Olive
Accessories - Big Shot, Banners Framelits, scissors, Taffeta Ribbon (Early Espresso), dimensionals

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Hinckley Lake Park

 

Such fun family moments! In July 2012, a few family members got together to go to Hinckley Lake Park and have a picnic.  My Dad taught Ally (my niece) to fish.... and we taught the kids to skip rocks on the water!
We didn't have many photos, but I wanted to showcase the lake, so I made the photo of the lake to span both pages.

To do this: 
1. Make sure your left and ride side pages are side-by-side. (click on the little open page book at the bottom of your software screen -- located underneath the ruler marking on the left-hand side).
2. Create a photo box on the left-hand side.
3. Right-click on photo, and select 'span pages'.
4. Drag the photo corners/sides to encompass both pages
5. Insert your photo.

Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used: My Digital Studio software, Stampin' Up!
Background - Photo
Embellishments - Simple Snapshots (flowers, border, leaves)
Font - Informal (Early Espresso)

Birthday Milestones

 

In July 2012, we celebrated my Dad's 70th and my brother's 40th birthday's at Bucci's J. Bella's restaurant.  My sister and I flew in from out-of-town too (no, Deb's family and my Mike did not attend the celebration).  Both my Dad and Dave were completely surprised -- they thought the surprise party was for the other one.
We had a lovely time getting together.

Thanks for looking!

With the background paper.... I recolored the "To The Nines" DSP to Basic Gray and changed the opacity to 50%, so that it was lighter.

Supplies Used: My Digital Studio software, Stampin' Up!
Background paper - To the Nines DSP #9 (recolored Basic Gray and 50% opacity to lighten the paper
Embellishment - Taffeta Ribbon (Basic Black); Piece of Cake (balloons - recolored Basic Black); Candy Cane Lane (presents - recolored Basic Black)
Punch - Flag (filled w/Basic Black); Square (filled w/ To the Nines DSP #10 and Whisper White at 40% opacity)
Stamp Brush Set - Glimmer Kit (chevrons - Sage Shadow)
Font - Pickwick (Basic Black)

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Sedona

 

We had such a wonderful time seeing the red rocks of Sedona, AZ.... a beautiful place!  These photos really don't do them justice... you need to see them for yourself.

In order to get all my photos, embellishments and words at the same angle.... I simply created my page how I wanted it without an angle, selected all the elements (start off the page and click, hold and drag the mouse over the entire page.... it'll select everything), then grouped them together.  After grouping them, rotate to the angle you want by clicking on the gray box in one corner.

Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used:  My Digital Studio software, Stampin' Up!
Background paper - Textured Cardstock - More Mustard
Embellishments - Brads (Early Espresso)
Stamp Brush Sets - Ink Splatter (Cajun Craze); Autumn Harvest (leaf border - Early Espresso); Autumn Days (leaf and pheasant - Early Espresso)
Freeform Tool - Cajun Craze behind pheasant 
Font - Lavanderia (Early Espresso)

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Fire Museum

 

Moving along on our 2012 photobook, but still in June 2012.  I've got a ways to go yet to get caught up! 
I was excited to create this background.... I wanted it to look like a burnt brick building.  I used the 'Well Worn' DSP.... yes, this is what it looks like before I manipulated it:
I achieved the look on my pages by first making my background Basic Black.  I place a photo box over the entire area, and added this Well Worn DSP (#11).  Then, I recolored it Sahara Sand. But....that wasn't all! I changed the opacity to 40%, so that the Black background could show through the paper.  Now isn't that cool!  

On another note, that I got excited about was my smoky cloud!  I used the cloud punch, made it whisper white and changed the opacity to 50%.  I then copied and pasted another cloud...but flipped the image, so that I could create a cloudy box with it! FUN!

Supplies Used: My Digital Studio software, Stampin' Up!
Background paper - Basic Black
Stamp Brush Set - The Great Outdoors (fire - Basic Black); Man's Best Friend (hydrant - Basic Black and Real Red); Oh Whale (splash - Soft Sky)
Freeform Tool - coloring in of fire w/Crushed Curry, Pumpkin Pie and Real Red
Punch - Flag (filled w/Whisper White); Cloud (filled w/Whisper White at 50% opacity)
Photo box (filled w/Well Worn DSP #11 recolored Sahara Sand at 40% opacity)
Font - Broadway (Real Red); Herald (Basic Black)

AZ Sealife Aquarium - DGSC116

 

Continuing my work on our 2012 photobook, with our trip with Mike's parents to the Arizona Sealife Aquarium.  We had a lovely time.... and it was great to see our favorites -- the jellyfish and seahorses!

In creating these pages, I wanted to incorporate the Digi-Scrap Challenge (DGSC116) found on the Splitcoaststampers website.  It can be found here:  http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/digital-scrapbooking-tuesdays-f253/dgsc116-%96-spring-into-change-april-1-a-t586126.html
The challenge asked us to use a template and change it up, adding layers and masks.  I chose a sketch template from Scrapbooks Etc (SE292).  This is the sketch:

It was a little rough in creating these pages.... as I wanted the sun, clam, whale and starfish to 'look' like they were punched out of each colored paper. I achieved it by utilizing the drop shadow feature on the opposite sides of where I wanted to 'punch out' the stamp. I added a Basic Gray stamp underneath the Coastal Cabana stamp to add depth to the 'punched out' stamps too.  

I cropped each stamp, so that it would fit perfectly in the corner or sides of each colored block.

Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used: My Digital Studio software, Stampin' Up!
Background paper - Coastal Cabana
Embellishments - Baker's Twine (Whisper White cropped)
Stamp Brush Sets - A Split Second (splatter - Soft Sky cropped in some areas); Anchors Away (starfish and clam shell- Basic Gray and Coastal Cabana); Oh Whale (whale - Coastal Cabana; wave - Whisper White and Bermuda Bay); All Time Fave (sun - Basic Gray and Coastal Cabana)
Punch - Square (filled w/ Kiwi Kiss, Calypso Coral, Soft Sky, Summer Sun and Whisper White)
Font - CK Teen Scene (Whisper White and Bermuda Bay)

Friday, April 4, 2014

CAF Museum

 

I'm working my way through designing our 2012 photobook.... I'm on June! Yay....halfway done.
I had some fun creating these two pages.... We took Mike's parents to the Arizona Wing CAF Museum. CAF - stands for 'Commemorative Air Force'.  My Dad is a veteran of the Air Force, so seeing the planes that he used to work on was neat.

Within my software... it was hard to find elements that went with my theme.  I found two planes: the one in black is from 'All Time Fave' Digital Kit and the gray plane is from the 'World Tour' stamp brush set (I cropped this to only show the plane and not the words).

Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used - My Digital Studio software, Stampin' Up!
Background paper - Textured Cardstock (Midnight Muse)
Embellishments - Spring to Life (wheat -recolored Daffodil Delight); Staples and Stitching (zigzag - Whisper White)
Stamp Brush Sets - All Time Fave (plane - Basic Black); World Tour (plane cropped to show only the plane - Smoky Slate); Notes (curly cue - Smoky Slate)
Punch - Square (filled w/Daffodil Delight)
Font - Arial Block (Whisper White)

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Sunshine Thanks - MDSM60

I was a bit nervous about creating something with this sketch I found on the MDS Monday blog (MDSM60).  You may view the challenge, and all the cards created with it here: 

But, after I started playing with it, changing colors and papers and such! I had some fun with it!  I really like the end result too.

Along with the sketch, the challenge asked us to re-color some embellishments on your page/card.  I chose to re-color the circle embellishment (inside the sunburst)...the decorative edge was green....and I changed it to Black.  Also, the sentiment itself is an embellishment (in the Hooray of Parties Kit)... it was gray with the flowers being different colors -- and I changed it all to be white.

Thanks ladies for an exciting challenge!

Supplies Used - My Digital Studio software, Stampin' Up!
Background - Textured Cardstock (Daffodil Delight)
Punch - Square (filled w/Sunshine and Sprinkles DSP #4); Flag (filled w/ Whisper White and Basic Black); Sunburst (filled w/Daffodil Delight); Circle (filled w/ Basic Black)
Embellishment - Christmas Jingle (circle label - recolored Basic Black); Hooray for Parties (sentiment - recolored Whisper White)


Prayerful Flourish


It's always sad to hear when someone's loved one has passed away.  This one was a bit difficult for me.... as she passed away from pancreatic cancer (the same cancer that took my Mom). 

I cannot take credit for this lovely card.... I found Wanda Pettijohn's card on Pinterest.  Here's her card, on her blog: 
http://www.starlightstamper.com/2013/06/flowering-flourishes-anniversary-card.html

And, I see from her blog, she had inspiration from Deena Boos' card. Here's her card and blog:
Thanks so much ladies for your inspiration and your lovely cards!

Supplies Used: Stampin' Up products
Stamp Sets - Flowering Flourishes, Thoughts and Prayers
Paper - Sahara Sand, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink - Staz-on Black
Accessories - stamp-a-ma-jig, ruler (non-SU)


Grateful Kindness


Not sure you can tell the colors on this card from my photo.  They are Soft Sky, Smoky Slate and Night of Navy.  I'm not even sure I LOVE this card, but I do like the softness of the colors together.

Okay, so I took another look at this card.... and I figured rhinestones would make this card more lovely!  So here's the new card:


Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used: Stampin' Up products, unless otherwise noted
Stamp Sets - So Very Grateful, Blooming with Kindness
Paper - Soft Sky, Smoky Slate, Whisper White
Ink - Soft Sky, Smoky Slate and Night of Navy
Accessories - Blender Pen, ruler (non-SU), Rhinestones

Peaceful One - CTS71

 

I saw this sketch on the CAS(e) This Sketch blog (CTS71).  Not sure I followed it completely, but it is where I got the inspiration to create my card.  You may view the challenge here (as well as all the cards created with it here): http://casethissketch.blogspot.com/2014/04/case-this-sketch-71.html?showComment=1396542833780#c4590177769555153625

Now, I do have to say that I got frustrated with this card.... after several attempts at creating a ribbon banner with the sentiment, I finally just made the ends to go off the page.  LOL! How's that for making the card my own! =)

Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used: Stampin' Up! products
Stamp sets - Peaceful Petals, Million & One
Paper - Pistachio Pudding, Garden Green, Whisper White
Ink - Garden Green
Accessories - scissors

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Having Fun!

 

Yeah! Finally finished scrapbooking our May 2012 trip to Orlando with my two brother's and their families.  Wow! What an exciting trip!

The top two pages just reflect us having fun posing throughout the parks.  Things to note:  There is an ice cream shop in Islands of Adventure called 'Schwab's'.... since my brother's and family ARE indeed Schwab's -- we couldn't miss that photo-op!  My brother, Doug, is called 'Squidward' at work by a few co-workers -- so he got a photo with him! And last, my niece, Sam.... got a photo with Sam I Am! Totally cute!

The bottom two pages show our one day trip to Wet 'n Wild Waterpark and our dinner/show at Arabian Nights. 

I'm so happy to have re-lived this vacation again while I've scrapbooked it!  I so wanna go back now!
Or, at least, plan another trip with some family members!

Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used: My Digital Studio software, Stampin' Up!
Background paper - Whisper White
Punch - Square (filled w/Pink Flamingo DSP #1); Flag (filled w/Melon Mambo Dotted Stripe DSP and Coastal Island Dots DSP); Large Photo Corner (filled w/Coastal Island Dots DSP)
Embellishments - Ruffled Ribbon (Island Indigo); Printed Brads (Island Indigo)
Stamp Brush Sets - Earth Laughs (Island Indigo and Coastal Cabana); Blossoms Abound (swirl - Melon Mambo
Font - Aurora (Island Indigo)

Harry Potter World

 

Continuing our photobook for May 2012 with our Orlando trip, with our visit to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter! Wow!  I thoroughly enjoyed the books.... then the movies... and now with the Wizarding World in Universal -- it makes it all complete!

Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used: My Digital Studio, Stampin' Up!
Background paper - Whisper White
Punch - Square (filled w/Pink Flamingo DSP #1); Flag (filled w/Melon Mambo Dotted Stripe DSP and Coastal Island Dots DSP); Large Photo Corner (filled w/Coastal Island Dots DSP)
Embellishments- Ruffled Ribbon (Island Indigo); Printed Brads (Island Indigo)
Stamp Brush Sets - Earth Laughs (Island Indigo and Coastal Cabana); Blossoms Abound (swirl- Melon Mambo)
Font - Aurora (Island Indigo)

The Rides

 
Still working on our vacation trip to Orlando in May 2012....wow...we have a ton of photos!  That said, I was surprised we had so many with us on the rides.  I wanted to keep the theme going with the flags and such on previous pages (to tie them all together), so I just rotated the flags on the side by grouping them together. <---So easy in My Digital Studio.

Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used - My Digital Studio software, Stampin' Up!
Background Paper - Whisper White
Punch - Square (filled w/Pink Flamingo DSP#1); Flag (filled w/Melon Mambo Dotted Stripe DSP and Coastal Island Dots); Large Photo Corner (filled w/Coastal Island Dots)
Embellishments - Ruffled Ribbon (Island Indigo); Printed Brads (Island Indigo)
Stamp Brush Set - Earth Laughs (Island Indigo and Coastal Cabana)
Font - Aurora (Island Indigo)

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Vacation House




Continuing working on our vacation trip to Orlando in May 2012.  Here are photos of our vacation rental home and of our little photo shoot by the gatehouse of Doug's family and Mike &I! We enjoyed it!

I used a sketch I saw on the SweetShoppe website:

As you can see from my page, I left a lot of the embellishments off of it! 
Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used: My Digital Studio (Stampin' Up!)
Background - Whisper White
Punch - Square (filled w/Pink Flamingo DSP #1); Flag (filled w/Melon Mambo Dotted Stripe DSP and Coastal Island Dots DSP); Large Photo Corner (filled w/Coastal Island Dots DSP)
Embellishments - Ruffled Ribbon (Island Indigo); Printed Brads (Island Indigo)
Stamp Brush Set - Earth Laughs (flourish - Coastal Cabana and Island Indigo); Blossoms Abound (swirl- Melon Mambo)
Font - Aurora (Island Indigo)

Universal - MDSM59

 

Working on our 2012 photobook with our May trip to Florida with two of my brothers and their families.  We had a great time!

I used the sketch found on the MDS Monday Blog - MDSM59.  You may view the challenge here: http://mdsmonday.blogspot.com/2014/03/mdsm59-heidis-layering-trim.html
And decided to create a double page spread with it! Thanks Ladies!

My page is an 11x8.5 size....although, you can't really tell as the background is white. 
I created my own DSP in MDS for the 'blue' flags.... and I'd like to share how I did that.

I opened up a blank page, within MDS. I selected the background to be Coastal Cabana. Then I brought over the stamp 'Dots Dots Dots'....changing the color of the 'dots' to be Island Indigo. I selected 'share' (on the right-hand side of the design center) and chose 'export pages'. I saved it as a .jpg file and sent it to my desktop, so that I could find it easier. Name your new DSP (I called mine Coastal Island Dots).  Now.... all I needed to do was add it to my background papers within the MDS software, and I have my own DSP!  This is how I did that (using a PC...not a MAC):  follow this path on your computer: C drive/Program Files(x86)/My Digital Studio/Components/Backgrounds/Designer Series Paper  -- now add a new folder and name it whatever you want (Mine is 'MyDiane DSP').  Now, copy and paste your .jpg file into that folder you just created.  Now, when you open MDS again, and select DSP.... your folder (and all your own DSP) will be in there to choose from!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used: My Digital Studio (Stampin' Up!)
Background paper - Whisper White
Punch - Square (filled w/Pink Flamingo DSP #1); Flag (filled w/ Melon Mambo Dotted Stripe and Coastal Island Dots DSP)
Embellishments - Ruffled Ribbon (Island Indigo), Printed Brad (Island Indigo)
Font - Aurora (Island Indigo)




Friday, March 28, 2014

Marymoor

 

I had created a 12x12 calendar page of the image you see on the left....and wanted to use it in my 2012 photobook (so I converted it to a 8.5x11 page).  Also, I created a companion page to make it a double-page spread!  These pages reflect the joy in nature that both Mike and I have come to love!

One of the photos is of a tree.... where both Mike and I thought it looked a lot like the 'Whomping Willow' tree in the movies 'Harry Potter'.  So.... we couldn't miss the photo-op of the tree 'whomping' on me.  We have so much fun!

Thanks for taking a look!

Supplies Used: My Digital Studio (Stampin' Up!)
Background paper - Ice Cream Parlor DSP #5
Embellishments - Dahlias (Midnight Muse, Daffodil Delight, Primrose Petals)
Stamp Brush Set - Cheerful Treat (flower spray - Whisper White)
Punch - Square (filled w/Ice Cream Parlor DSP #5; Calypso Coral); Fun Flower (filled w/Midnight Muse, Primrose Petals and Daffodil Delight); Flag (filled w/Midnight Muse, Primrose Petals and Daffodil Delight)
Font - Lavanderia and KG Eyes Wide Open(Whisper White)

Sammamish Park

 

We are so very fortunate to live where we do in Washington State.  There is so much beauty so close to where we live -- some, which in this case -- within waking distance.  Mike and I love to walk, so when improvements were made to the walking trails around Sammamish Lake.... we just had to try them out.

Now, remember I am way behind in my scrapbooking.... so I'm still working on 2012! HA!  I will get caught up-to-date! I will get caught up-to-date! I will get caught up-to-date! <--- Maybe if I keep saying that it'll happen.....someday. LOL

In creating these pages, I used the Urban Garden DSP.  Once I had the papers down how I wanted them.... I just selected add a duplicate mirrored page to get my second page!

Supplies Used - My Digital Studio (Stampin' Up!)
Background paper - Urban Garden DSP #11
Punch - Square (filled w/ Urban Garden DSP #3, #5, #6; Baja Breeze); Square and Circle (Not Quite Navy for underneath metal frame)
Embellishments - Hodgepodge Hardware (Vanilla Frame recolored Not Quite Navy); Timeless Taffeta Trimmings (Whisper White Ribbon); Brads (Not Quite Navy); Staples and Stitching (Very Vanilla)
Stamp Brush Sets - Autumn Days (Not Quite Navy and Whisper White); Presto Patterns Overlays (frame around photo - Not Quite Navy); Spring Fever (words -Enjoy Life - Very Vanilla and Not Quite Navy)
Font - Bernard MT Condensed (Whisper White)

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Graduate Glimmer - FTL285

 

Another cute sketch from the Clean & Simple blog this week!  You may view the challenge and all the cards created with it here:

I'm a bit disappointed with my lighting on my photo.... cause it doesn't reflect the true colors of Elegant Eggplant, Glimmer Gold and Whisper White on this card. Oh well..... imagine a deep purple with gold and crisp white! lol! Royal colors indeed!

I used My Digital Studio software to create this card.  The Glimmer Kit with it's gold trim created a lovely border around my piece. The hats....along with the sentiment is from the Stamp Brush Set - Go Graduate Plus.... isn't it great to be able to mirror stamps, as well as, make them bigger or smaller to fit your needs!  The font I used is called 'AtLastGreetings'.  I printed all this on Whisper White cardstock and then attached it to a piece of Elegant Eggplant.

Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used - My Digital Studio software, Stampin' Up products
Paper - Elegant Eggplant, Whisper White
Stamp Brush Set - Go Graduate Plus (hats - Basic Black; sentiment - Elegant Eggplant)
Embellishments - Glimmer Kit (gold trim)
Font - AtLastGreetings (Elegant Eggplant)


Blossom Celebration


I cannot take credit for this lovely card.  Aside from the colors, I CASEd it! 
Thanks to Pinterest and the Stemplestern Blog for your lovely card, shown here:
Isn't it a beauty!  

Supplies Used:
Stamp sets - Fabulous Florets, Stippled Blossoms, Something to Celebrate
Paper - Pool Party, Pear Pizzazz, Whisper White
Ink - Pool Party, Bermuda Bay, Pear Pizzazz, Gumball Green
Accessories - scissors, stamp-a-ma-jig


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