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


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Bitty Stars - FTL284

 

This sketch from the Clean & Simple blog, made me think about my little nephew (he's gonna be 4 soon!).  He loves stars, planets and everything space! lol  Well, I wanted to create a card that would remind him of the vast night sky with all it's pretty stars!

Not sure I achieved it with this card....as my background piece came out lighter than I expected. BUT.... I am happy how it turned out.  I created my own DSP (Designer Series Paper)!!!!  On Whisper White cardstock, I sponged Island Indigo, Pear Pizzazz and Smoky Slate.  After sponging, I spritzed it all over with water.  After letting it dry.... I assembled it how you see here.  

When I placed my silver glimmer stars on my background piece.... they kinda blended into the background, so I used black stars underneath to make them 'pop' more!

You may view the sketch challenge (FTL284) from the Clean & Simple blog here: http://cleanandsimplestamping.blogspot.com/2014/03/284.html

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Stamp Sets - Itty Bitty Banners, Perfect Pennants
Paper - Whisper White, Basic Black, Smoky Slate, Silver Glimmer
Ink - Black Staz-on, Smoky Slate, Pear Pizzazz, Island Indigo
Accessories - sponges, spritzer, Bitty Banners Framelits, Big Shot, Small Star Punch

Mom Moments


I'm working on a few Mother's Day cards today (for my Mother-in-law and my Grandma H).  It's a bit bittersweet, as last year I also had my Grandma S and my Mom to create a card for.... this year, I do not.  Give a hug to all nurturing figures out there.... whether it be a Mom, Grandma, Aunt, Sister!

I found this card on Pinterest through the Vera Stamps blog:

I really liked the graffiti look of this card! So.... working with My Digital Studio software, I tried to create something similar with 'Mom' words.  Although.... I didn't care for the look (on my card) of placing the words over 'Mother'..... so I just placed them over and under the word.  <--- I know I'm a bit 'OCD' in that it has to be uniform and perfect. lol!

Thanks for taking a look!

Supplies Used - My Digital Studio software (Stampin' Up!)
Stamp Brush Sets - Handpicked for Mom (blossoms - Crumb Cake); Million-Dollar Moments (flower spray - Calypso Coral)
Freeform Tool - colored in the three flowers with Calypso Coral
Fonts - Long Island (Calypso Coral); Duchess, Lavanderia, Majestic, Pristina, Celebrity (Crumb Cake)


Tuesday, March 25, 2014

God's Garden - March Progressive Challenge


It's been quite difficult these past few weeks with my Mom passing away last month.  She will be forever missed..... but, I have wonderful memories to draw upon.  My sister-in-law had given me this beautiful poem a year ago.... not sure where she got it from, but it was really lovely.  I wanted to create a scrapbook page using this poem..... to comfort me (and others).

I used a photo from a trip to the Kobuta Gardens here in Seattle.  It's a lovely place....calm and peaceful.

On the Splitcoaststampers website, I used their March Progressive Digi-Scrap Challenge.  With the progressive challenge, they give you several steps each week.  After the 4th week you have one completed scrapbook page!  You may see the start of the challenge here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/digital-scrapbooking-tuesdays-f253/march-2014-progressive-challenge-22-task1-03-04-14-a-t584974.html

Supplies Used - My Digital Studio software (Stampin' Up!)
Background: Blossoms Abound DSP #6
Punch: Square (filled w/Blossoms Abound #1); Scallop (filled w/Pistachio Pudding); Oval (filled w/Pistachio Pudding); Circle (Whisper White)
Embellishments: Ruffled Trim (Pistachio Pudding); Hodgepodge Hardware (frame); Brads (Early Espresso); Blossoms Abound (flowers)
Stamp Brush Set - Blossoms Abound (swirl on scallop edges - Whisper White, flower -So Saffron, leaf - color tool to match green on flower embellishment)
Font - Chaucer (Early Espresso)

Blossom Punch Expression - RS107

 

I saw this cute sketch and the lovely technique of using the negative space left by punches or dies.... that I just had to try my hand at creating something! What lovely inspiration and great cards from the design team at Retro Sketches.  You may view the challenge and all the cards created with it here: http://retrosketches.blogspot.com/2014/03/retrosketches-107.html

I used the Blossom Punch on Whisper White cardstock and placed the Sweet Sorbet DSP underneath it!  I wanted to use the colors within the DSP, so I matted it on Summer Starfruit and used Sahara Sand as the base of this 5.5x5.5 inch square card.

I sentiment is from 'Express Yourself' stamp set.  I finished this card by adding silver 1/8" ribbon.

Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used: Stampin' Up! products, unless otherwise noted
Stamp set - Express Yourself
Paper - Sahara Sand, Summer Starfruit, Whisper White, Sweet Sorbet DSP
Ink - Black Staz-on
Accessories - Blossom Punch, glue dot

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Beautiful Blossoms - MDSM58

 

I saw this sketch on the MDS Monday Blog (MDSM58), and wanted to try my hand at creating something with it.  You may view the challenge here....as well as all the projects made with it here: http://mdsmonday.blogspot.com/2014/03/mdsm58-change-it-up.html

Here is the sketch:


The Challenge called for us to use the sketch -- AND -- to use a technique 're-coloring DSP'.
Well, I created the one on the top right first.... then I realized that the challenge wanted you to re-color one of your Designer Series Paper (DSP), as well as use the sketch.  So, I created the one on the top left for the actual challenge.  <--- With digital software....it's so easy to just change one paper -- no ruined paper! lol

I used the Blossoms Abound Kit....along with the Beautiful Birthday stamp.
Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used: My Digital Studio
Background paper - Blossoms Abound DSP #1
Punch - Square (filled w/ Blossoms Abound DSP #11, and #9-which is recolored Pistachio Pudding)  << The right sample was filled w/Pistachio Pudding instead of Blossoms Abound DSP #9>>; Decorative Label (filled w/Crisp Cantaloupe)
Embellishments - Grosgrain Ribbon (Whisper White); Blossoms Abound (flower 8)
Stamp Brush Set - Beautiful Birthday

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Beautiful Flowers


There are times when I'm just amazed at all the lovely talent that I find on blogs, websites, Stampin' Connection, Splitcoaststampers..... as well as through Pinterest! Wow!  So, when I saw this lovely card from Chat Wszelaki on Pinterest.... I pinned it immediately in hopes of me creating something similar.
Here's Chat's card that I drew inspiration from:

Then, I saw that Chat got her inspiration from Chris Smith.  Here is Chris' card here:

Like I said..... beautiful inspiration!  So thank you Chat and Chris..... your layouts allowed me to produce my lovely card!

I used My Digital Studio to print the sentiment on Whisper White cardstock (I wanted a elegant sentiment....and most of mine are not too flourish-y. <--- Is that even a word! LOL!)  Anyway, after I printed the sentiment I stamped the 'Best of Flowers' in Pear Pizzazz before I die-cut with the window framelit.

Supplies Used:
Stamp Brush Set - Beautiful Birthday (My Digital Studio)
Stamp Set - Best of Flowers
Paper - Pear Pizzazz, Whisper White
Ink - Basic Black, Pear Pizzazz
Accessories - Big Shot, Windows Framelits, Satin Ribbon (Basic Black), Brads (Basic Black), Decorative Dots TIEF, glue dots, dimensionals

Simply Perfect - CTS69

 

Saw this sketch on the CAS(e) this Sketch blog (CTS69). You may view the challenge and all the cards created with it here:  http://casethissketch.blogspot.com/2014/03/case-this-sketch-69.html

I love the look of this clean and simple design.... it worked wonderful for my card -- thanks N@ Ali for your great sketch and the CAS(e) this Sketch design team!

Supplies Used - Stampin Up! products, unless otherwise noted
Stamp Sets - Simple Stems, Perfectly Penned
Paper - Soft Suede, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink - Soft Suede, Black Staz-on
Accessories - stamp-a-ma-jig

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Easter Blessings


Working on some Easter cards! I love spring and it's flowers, so when I saw this stamp.... I just had to get it! =)
I saw a card that used the scallop edge on one side (like my card), and I like that look. Thanks Lee Conrey!!!!! Here is her card:


Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used - Stampin' Up products, unless otherwise noted

Stamp sets - Hardwood, Blessed Easter
Paper - Crumb Cake, Calypso Coral, Watercolor 
Ink - Early Espresso, Garden Green, Calypso Coral, Staz-on (Timber Brown -- from craft store)
Accessories - Blender Pen, Big Shot, Adorning Accents Edgelits, Taffeta Ribbon (Early Espresso), glue dots, dimensionals

Friday, March 14, 2014

Garden Stems


Wow! I'm liking how this turned out!  I used a color combo from the 'color coach' -- Soft Suede, Pink Pirouette and Crisp Cantaloupe (Although, I added Pistachio Pudding and Crumb Cake along with Very Vanilla too!). 

I stamped the hardwood image on the Crumb Cake Cardstock prior to die-cutting the Apothecary Framelit out.  With the stamp-a-ma-jig, I centered the sentiment on the Very Vanilla cardstock. I then matted the hardwood background on a piece of Soft Suede.

Using scissors after I stamped the flowers on a piece of Very Vanilla, I carefully cut them out.  You can see where I made one of the flowers smaller by cutting off the outer petals. <---Pretty cool to have another flower to 'choose' from.

I adhered the flowers and leaves with either glue dots and/or dimensionals to create the look that you see here!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used - Stampin' Up! products, unless otherwise noted
Stamp sets - Simple Stems, Memorable Moments, Hardwood
Paper - Crisp Cantaloupe, Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Pistachio Pudding, Soft Suede
Ink - Soft Suede, Crisp Cantaloupe, Pink Pirouette
Accessories - Big Shot, Apothecary Accents Framelits, Secret Garden Framelits, stamp-a-ma-jig, scissors, dimensionals, glue dots

Simple Whimsy


Anyone know what a 'fuzzle' is?  Well, in grade school.... my friends, my sister and I used to draw cute little fuzzles on notes that we passed around in school. Well, as soon as I saw this stamp set 'Simple Stems'.... I saw a cute little fuzzle in one of it's 'flower' stamps! Who knew!  Anyway, I created this card specifically for my best friend in hopes to put a smile on her face 'remembering when'!

Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used - Stampin' Up! products, unless otherwise noted
Stamp sets - Simple Stems, Just Believe, Whimsical Words
Paper - Raspberry Ripple, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink - Raspberry Ripple, Midnight Muse, Basic Black
Accessories - stamp-a-ma-jig, 'googly-eyes' (from a local Craft Store)

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Paradise Sail


I created this in My Digital Studio a while back ago.... yet haven't had the chance to print it out until now!  It was so surprisingly easy to create!
The sunset background piece is Designer Series Paper from the Paradise Found Photobook Template (Digital Download).  All I added was the sail boat and the sentiment. I then printed it out on Whisper White cardstock and adhered it to Sahara Sand cardstock.

Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used - My Digital Studio software; Stampin' Up! products
Paper - Sahara Sand, Whisper White
Background piece - Paradise Found DSP #1
Stamp Brush Sets - Sail Away (sailboat - Basic Black); Beautiful Birthday (sentiment - Basic Black)


Decorative Medallions


I saw a similar card by Jennifer Brum, and wanted to try making my own version (with different stamps and colors).  I chose Early Espresso and Very Vanilla.... although this picture looks like it's Black/White (hmmm).
Anyway, here is Jennifer Brum card:

I do have the Secret Garden stamp used in Jennifer's version, but wanted to use the Medallion stamp set on mine.  I think it turned out classy!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used - (Stampin' Up! products, unless otherwise noted)
Stamp sets - Daydream Medallions
Paper - Early Espresso, Very Vanilla
Ink - Early Espresso, Watermark
Accessories - Heat Tool, Embossing Powder (White), Embossing Buddy, Big Shot, Decorative Dots TIEF, glue dots, dimensionals, Basic Pearls, scissors, Boho Blossoms Punch, Satin Ribbon (Early Espresso), Floral Framelits

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Lucky in Love - DGSC115


Using the challenge on Splitcoaststampers for the month of March, I created this page.  Not sure how I will use it.... maybe as a calendar page for next years' calendar (March, of course!).

The challenge - DGSC115 (Wearing O' the Green) asked us to use a sketch from anywhere, plus a get inspiration from a photo of a cake (cream and green).  You may view the challenge here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/digital-scrapbooking-tuesdays-f253/dgsc115-wearing-ogreen-march-2014-a-t585208.html

I chose to use the colors artichoke, vanilla and black.  The photo is from my little brother's wedding in December 2013.
I (loosely) used a sketch I found on pagemaps from February 2014.  Here is the sketch:


Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used: (My Digital Software - Stampin' Up!)
Background - Love Impressions DSP (recolored Always Artichoke)
Punch - Square (filled w/Textured Cardstock - Always Artichoke); Perfect Pennants (Basic Black)
Stamp Brush Sets - So Happy For You (clover - River Rock and Very Vanilla); Luck O' the Irish (words 'lucky' and 'kiss me' - Basic Black); Moments Ago (words 'you + me' - Basic Black); Glimmer Kit (word 'love' - Basic Black)
Embellishment - Glimmer Kit (Gold Trim); Blossoms Abound (Banner)
Font - Script 92 (Basic Black)

Wooden Picnic Expression - FMS127





I saw this cute sketch on Freshly Made Sketches and just had to create something with it.  You may view the sketch along with all the other cards created with it here: 
FMS127

Here is the sketch I used:


I used a retired stamp called 'Picnic Parade' (bunny), since my niece (whom I made the card) loves bunnies!

Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used: (Stampin' Up products, unless otherwise noted)
Stamp Sets - Picnic Parade (retired), Express Yourself, Hardwood
Paper - Melon Mambo, Perfect Plum, Sahara Sand, Whisper White
Ink - Early Espresso, Perfect Plum, Melon Mambo, Sahara Sand, Pink Pirouette
Accessories - Big Shot, Decorative Dots TIEF, Banners Framelits, Taffeta Ribbon (Melon Mambo), Blender Pen, glue dots, dimensionals

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Decorative Banners


Well, I really like how this card came out.... and it really fits the person who it was intended for, as she adores 'pink'.  The inside's phrase is 'Today calls for something pink with Sprinkles on top!  Happy Birthday' !
What fabulous stamps.... and it was all free (with purchase of $50 in Stampin' Up! Products, of course) during this Sale-A-Bration time!!!! How cool is that!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used: (All Stampin' Up! products, unless otherwise noted)
Stamp Sets - Banner Blast
Paper - Smoky Slate, Pink Pirouette, Whisper White
Ink - Smoky Slate, Pink Pirouette
Accessories - Big Shot, Decorative Dots TIEF, Baker's Twine, Rhinestones, glue dots, Banner Punch

Memorable Petals



I'm really loving this stamp set (Peaceful Petals)!  Beautiful!
I like the soft colors of Pistachio and Cantaloupe together.... really reminds me of spring!  I'm ready for it to come!

Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used: (Stampin' Up products, unless otherwise noted)
Stamp sets - Peaceful Petals, Memorable Moments
Paper - Whisper White, Crisp Cantaloupe
Ink - Black Staz-on, Crisp Cantaloupe, Pistachio Pudding
Accessories - stamp-a-ma-jig, scissors, blender pen, dimensionals, corner round punch

Peaceful Expression


It's been a while since I was able to create cards in my craft area.  And... with my new products too!  I had fun creating this card.  I started with watercolor paper and stamped the flower image.  Then, using my blender pen and Bermuda Bay, Pool Party, Crushed Curry and Wild Wasabi, I colored the flower.  Using my stamp-a-ma-jig, I was able to get the sentiment centered and as close to the top edge of the banner as possible.  I used by Big Shot to cut out the banner (with the Banners Framelits) and to texture (using the Decorative Dots TIEF) the background piece.

Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used: (All Stampin' Up products, unless otherwise noted)
Stamp Sets - Peaceful Petals, Express Yourself
Paper - Naturals White, Bermuda Bay, Watercolor
Ink - Staz-on Black, Pool Party, Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, Wild Wasabi
Accessories - Taffeta Ribbon (Bermuda Bay), stamp-a-ma-jig, Big Shot, Decorative Dots TIEF, Banners Framelits, Blender Pen

Friday, March 7, 2014

Wedding Escort Cards and Table Numbers


 

I just remembered that I had never posted photos of the escort cards (place cards) and table numbers that I created for my brother's wedding (back in Dec 2013).  I really enjoyed creating them for my little brother and new sister-in-law on their special day.

You may view the wedding invites that I created here:December Wedding Invitations

I used My Digital Studio software for all of these.
Escort Cards (Place cards)
I typed four (4) names using the Cordial Font to an 8.5x11 page -- spacing them out so that the paper can be cut 4x4in.
I scored the paper in half using my Simply Scored Plate.
I embossed the snowflakes with the Northern Flurry TIEF.
I created the 'numbers' on another 8.5x11 sheet within MDS and cut them out using the Bitty Banners Framelits

Table Numbers
I typed two (2) Numbers using the Majestic Font to an 8.5x11 page in MDS -- spacing them out, so that they can be cut 4x6in.
I then embossed them, using the Northern Flurry TIEF.
I attached them to Cherry Cobbler Cardstock.
I created the stand using three small candy canes....gluing them together along with a spiral clip inside. I added a gold ribbon (craft store) around the candy canes.

Mother and Daughters - DGSC113



I created this page for the Digi-Scrap Challenge - Mix it Up! (DGSC113) on Splitcoaststampers website.  You may view the challenge here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/digital-scrapbooking-tuesdays-f253/dgsc113-mix-up-jan-2014-a-t583063.html

I used photos of my Mom, twin sister and myself... taken at my brother's wedding this past Dec (2013).

Thanks for taking a look!

Supplies Used:
Background - Crumb Cake
Embellishments - Festive Blooms (Early Espresso flowers), Basic Pearls
Punch - Square (filled w/ Mocha Morning DSP #10 and #11; Textured Cardstock - Very Vanilla)
Stamp Brush Set - Ink Splatter (Crumb Cake)
Font - Altast Greeting (Basic Black)

Sammamish


This is a page I created for the February Progressive Digi-Scrap Challenge for the month of February. You may view the start of the challenge here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/digital-scrapbooking-tuesdays-f253/february-progressive-challenge-21-task1-02-04-14-a-t583970.html

These photos were taken in May 2012.  We love to take walks in our neighborhood.... this one is around Sammamish Lake. So calm and peaceful.

Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used:
Background Paper - Urban Garden DSP #6
Embellishments - Staples and Stitching (Very Vanilla); Hodgepodge Hardware (Jumbo Brad); Dahlias (Not Quite Navy)
Punch- Square (filled w/Urban Garden DSP #7, Baja Breeze Textured Cardstock and Not Quite Navy Textured Cardstock); Circle (filled w/Textured Cardstock Baja Breeze and Urban Garden DSP #7); Tag (filled w/ Textured Cardstock Not Quite Navy)
Stamp Brush Set - Fabulous Florets (flower - Baja Breeze and Not Quite Navy); Grad Party (string - Kiwi Kiss); Paradise Found (leaves - Kiwi Kiss); Inspired by Nature (grass - Kiwi Kiss)
Font - Dragon (Not Quite Navy)

Remembering Gram


Gosh, it's been so long since I posted something on this blog.  I hope to get back in the swing of things and posting regularly again! =)

I created this page, in honor of my Gram -- who passed away this past Dec (Dec 23, 2013).  I used a photo from Nov 2013...where she received this yellow prayer shawl from the ladies at the church.

I used the January Progressive Challenge to complete this page (on Splitcoaststampers website).  You may view the start of the challenge here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/digital-scrapbooking-tuesdays-f253/january-progressive-challenge-20-task-1-1-7-2014-a-t582810.html#post20477118

Thanks for taking a peek!

Supplies Used:
My Digital Studio software
Background paper - Very Vanilla
Punch - Square (filled w/Razzleberry Splash DSP #1); Circle (filled w/Razzleberry Splash DSP #2, #3 and Very Vanilla)
Stamp Brush Set - Moments Ago (word LOVE - Night of Navy); Enjoy Every Moment (dotted circle - Rich Razzleberry)
Embellishment - Razzleberry Splash (border piece and flowers)
Freeform - stitched line (Night of Navy)
Font - CK Ali's Hand (Very Vanilla)
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