Thursday, February 26, 2009

Scallop Envelope Treat Holder

Happy Thursday! I just finished whipping up this little box for one of our stamp club projects this month. Thanks to my buddy Jenn over at Stamp Your Heart for the great idea! It's made with the Big Shot Scallop Envelope die. We've made a bigger box with this die before using four envelopes, but this one is smaller and only uses two envelopes. It's smaller than I thought...I bought ten Reese's eggs for stamp club members to put inside, but they wouldn't fit! Wonder what I'm going to do with ten Reese's eggs now?! hee! hee! Here's the overall pic:

Have I mentioned that I'm going on a scrapbooking retreat this weekend? Did I mention that I'm leaving work and hitting the road at noon tomorrow? Have I started packing or preparing supplies?! Ugggghhhhh! Oh well, here's what I do have ready: clean pajamas, the tequila and margarita mix, Diet Vanilla Pepsi....I should be good, right?!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Polka Dot Punches, Sweet Sampler (enjoy)
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Cameo Coral, Tempting Turquoise, Pink Flamingo DSP.
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Big Shot, Scallop Envelope Die, 5-Petal Flower Punch, Vintage Brads, 1/4" Chocolate Chip Grosgrain Ribbon, 5/8" Chocolate Chip Jumbo Brad, Sticky Strip, Dimensionals.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Laura's Sketch #20: Chirp Up

Happy Tuesday, peeps! I went to a meeting at my up, upline's house last night (thanks, Sharon!) and came home inspired to stamp so I turned to Laura's Sketch #20, even though it was after 9:00 and I should have went to bed, because I am dragging today! Oh what we sacrifice for our stamping! lol!

Anywhooo, the large circle image made me think of a "sun" so I used some SU paper from the Good Morning Sunshine DSP and the birdie from On Board So Tweet chipboard, love that stuff! I liked the idea of the little letters peeking out from behind, and I bought some new Making Memories items from the Chloe's Closet line from Michael's a few weeks ago (you know how I love blue, and it has polka dots AND ledger paper so how could I resist!), so I broke it out and actually used it! lol! I'm pretty sure it's never going to fit in a regular size envelope with that giant pom pom trim, but oh well! Here's a close-up of the glittery part...I used Versamark, heat and stick powder, and some retired SU glitter:

Okay, off to cram some more learning into young minds as the TAKS test looms week from today! Wish me luck! hee! hee! Thanks for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: none
Cardstock: SU Brocade Blue and Good Morning Sunshine DSP; Making Memories Chloe's Closet paper.
Ink: Versamark, Chocolate Chip marker.
Accessories: SU On Board So Tweet, Heat & Stick Powder, Embossing Tool, retired glitter, Dazzling Diamonds & 2 Way Glue Pen (his legs), Dimensionals, 5/8" Brocade Blue Grosgrain Ribbon; Making Memories Chloe's Closet mini letters; unknown pom pom trim.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Easter Wishes

Happy Sunday! Hope everyone is having a good weekend! We (dh and's a very exclusive party!) have been enjoying our Oscar Red Carpet preview show...rooting for Slumdog Millionaire bigtime!

I just finished this little card for one of the Stamp Club projects this month. Wish I could take the credit for it, but I pretty much copied it straight out of the Stampin' Success, a magazine with ideas and training for SU demonstrators. I added the polka dots at the bottom and changed the focal point image to the butterfly because I wanted to use my new Big Shot Butterfly die. Isn't she pretty?! Anyway, the little brad is acting as a hinge and the card opens with a little surprise:

What do you think? I like this concept and will definitely try it again! The card base is the Kraft cardstock, so you can still write inside of the card.

Okay, so are you watching the beginning of the Oscars?! It's off to a great start...Hugh Jackman, yummmmmmm! I gotta run and give him my full attention!! Thanks for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: All Holiday, Polka Dot background.
Cardstock: Kraft, Certainly Celery, So Saffron, Regal Rose, Delicate Dots SAB DSP.
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Certainly Celelry.
Accessories: Border Scallop Punch, Big Shot, ButterflyDie, 5/8" Regal Rose Grosgrain Ribbon, Certainly Celery Brad, Paper Piercer and mat.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Kazan's Sketch #20: sweet life

Happy Wednesday! (I just typed Thursday and had to go back and delete it, that tells you where my mind is!) I took a *teeny* nap (2 hours) earlier so decided to try and stamp a little something before bed. I'm a little rusty, so I looked for inspiration!

I used Kazan's fabulous Sketch #20 from 2S4Y as well as Kristina's Color Inspiration #42 for this sweet life card. With the layout and colors already decided on, there was hardly anything for me to do! hee! hee! When I saw the "scrolly" thing on Kazan's sketch I immediately thought of this pear from the new On Board So Tweet chipboard for some reason, so I went with that.

I usually suck at keeping up at blog awards and tags, but I'm trying to be better, because I really do appreciate people thinking of me. So thank you to Juanita at Rubber Side Down, whose become a great blog friend, for thinking of me for the Best Blog Comments Award!

Okay, better get to bed. A cold front is coming and I'm scared it may be too cold for the kids to go to recess tomorrow morning. That does not bode well for the day! lol! Thanks for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Happy Everything.
Cardstock: Really Rust, More Mustard, Kiwi Kiss, SAB Delicate Dots, DSP, Good Morning Sunshine DSP, some retired rust DSP.
Ink: Chocolate Chip.
Accessories: On Board So Tweet Chipboard, Kiwi Kiss Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Kiwi Kiss Corduray Brad, Billboard Alphabet Decorative Strip die, Big Shot, Large Oval Punch, Dimensionals.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Merry Christmas 2006 Layout

Happy Tuesday! I have nothing new SU to share, please forgive me, so I'm posting these scrapbook pages I made a few weeks ago! I didn't want to keep leaving that gypsy post at the top of my blog though! lol! I think I mentioned I'm model teaching this week (instead of my usual job of just going in and working with struggling students in small groups), and let's just say I'm trying to hang on! There are unexpected treats and laughs, though, like this morning when I walked down the hallway and found this one lonesome just cracked me up!

Thank you so much for all your sweet comments the last few days, they're really helped! I'm falling terribly behind on my Google Reader and reciprocal blurfing, but don't give up on me, things should get better by Thursday night. Thanks for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Gypsies, lesson plans,Valentines, etc.

Happy Sunday! Here are the gypsies! lol! It's funny because when I left the house I felt so trampy and ridiculous, but now in the photo I don't seem that different...I'm even wearing black and white like I always do! What did help was the addition of that silver belly-dancing scarf around my of the parents happened to have three of them in her car and loaned them to us! The little girls were telling me, "You look so pretty" and I wanted to say, "No! I'm a gypsy ho!" That's what dh was calling me anyway!

Do you see that silver ball sitting on the table? That was our "crystal ball." The funniest thing, though, was when one little boy asked, "Is that a Magic 8 ball covered in glitter?" And it was! lol!

Well, I don't have anything stampy to share yet, mainly because of writing lesson plans and making manipulatives for school tomorrow. I really shouldn't complain, because this is the first time I've done it all year...a huge bonus of my RTI position this year. But the bosses asked me to model teach 3rd grade math this week (I'll spare you the details), so back in the trenches for me! lol! It's just not right when you're stamping desk looks like this all weekend:

I'll leave you with a Valentine dh brought me. I thought it was so sweet because he knows how much I love and collect vintage postcards:

But then I looked all the way down and read the whole thing:

Is that a hoot or what?! He printed it out from an email at work. After that, I didn't even bother giving him the owl Valentine card I showed y'all yesterday! lol!

Hope you're having a great weekend! Maybe I'll get done and have time to stamp before bed, I hope! Thanks for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Saturday, February 14, 2009

GSG Limited Supply Challenge: Again...Monochromatic Mayhem!

Happy Saturday and Happy Valentine's Day! Thought I would share the other card I had started and then abandoned for the GSG Monochromatic Mayhem will be dh's Valentine card, so hope he doesn't see it! lol! I like the Pacific Point color, but it's one that I have trouble using, it's kind of bold for me...I'm so delicate (HA!), but I do like it paired with the Bashful Blue like on that owl paper.

Well, I spent WAY too much time on that facebook last night, lol! It is so great for talking to friends...old ones and current ones! I sent a link to dh to invite him to join. He said "no thanks"! Can you believe that? Then last night our conversation went something like this:

dh: What are you doing?
me: Talking to friends...looking for more friends...
dh: In real time?
me: Yes, like chatting.
dh: Well, I guess I can see the appeal of that. They can see you online? I wouldn't add anymore, you're gonna have to talk to them.
me: That's kind of the should join!
dh: No, I don't wanna talk to people.

LOL! He's Mr. Social! At least he likes to talk to me! Which reminds y'all have big Valentine plans? I'm thinking we don't! lol! We talked about going to see a matinee movie this afternoon, but then I remembered I have the "Trunka Trunka Burning Love" school carnival today. It's in the school parking lot, hence the "trunk" business I guess. The high temp is only going to be 58 degrees, so I'm gonna be freezing in my love fortune-telling gypsy costume! I may have to replace the fish-net stockings with wool tights! lol!

Hope you have a great Saturday and Valentine's Day! Thanks for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Owl Together Now, Polka Dot.
Cardstock: Pacific Point, Bashful Blue, Good Morning Sunshine DSP.
Ink: Pacific Point.
Accessories: 1 3/4" Circle Punch, Pacific Point Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Dimensionals.

Friday, February 13, 2009

GSG Limited Supply Challenge: Monochromatic Mayhem!

Happy Friday! Thank goodness! It has been one stressful week, and I am ready for the weekend! lol!

I tried to make this card for the Great Swap Girls challenge this week, you can see it here. Well, I was stressing out trying to get 2 stamp sets to use, so I had to add this stuff on the inside of the card. Now I just looked over there and I was supposed to use some designer series paper! Doh! I had the pink pirouette cardstock left over, rejected from this card, so I took the lazy way out!

**Edited to add: Here is a revised card for the challenge! I added a scallop strip of Sweet Always designer series paper! How did I have time, you ask?! It's spirit Friday so I can wear jeans and a school t-shirt, and I didn't fix my hair! lol!

Here are the details, you should play along:

This week your challenge is to use any, all or some of these limited supplies while making a monochromatic card:
  • Paper: One pattern of DSP (remember, monochromatic), one neutral and unlimited solid colors (but remember, monochromatic- so maybe all pink/reds or all shades of blues etc).
  • Stamps: 2 stamp sets required, one current and one retired.
  • Accessories: Any as long as they are all the same color!

Looks like I may have to try another one. I had a cute one started with Pacific Point and some cute owl paper, but I got stuck. Looks like I better give it another go tonight! But, at least this card doesn't have the Billboard alphabet, like I promised not to use! lol!

Okay, I'm outta here! Yay for Friday! Thanks for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Holidays and Wishes, Congrats (SAB), Riveting (retired).
Cardstock: Pink Pirouette, Whisper White, Sweet Always DSP.
Ink: Regal Rose.
Accessories: Big Shots, SU Backgrounds 1 Texturz Plate, Border Scallop Punch, Fleurettes, Pink Pirouette Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Latte Designer Button, 1/2" Circle Punch, needle/thread.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Laura's Sketch #19: hello!

Happy Thursday! Here's a card I started and messed with for about 30 minutes on Tuesday night and it was going nowhere so I went to bed. I messed with it about another hour last night, still didn't go anywhere I loved, but what they hey, here it is anyway! lol!

The design is based on Laura's Sketch #19 over at 2S4Y, which I love, so I may have to try again with another card. And I know, the Billboard alphabet die...AGAIN! I swear the next card, I will just say, "No!" But I did at least ink up one of my favorite new sets, Trendy Trees. It is WAY cute!

On another note...Stephanie asked me the other day how I photograph my cards. I asked advice on here a long time ago when I was thinking of buying a light box. The winter is the hardest because all the daylight is gone when I'm at work, so I have to make do. Natural light is the best. But for now, I just use some white cardstock and shine my Ott Lite and 2 cheap Ikea desk lamps onto the project.

The biggest thing that helped was reading my camera's manual...there's a special setting on there for detailed, close-up photos, like portrait mode or something. It makes the photos much crisper. Lastly, after taking the photo, I edit it in Photoshop Elements...I adjust the image size, sharpen, and adjust the lighting levels, sometimes the contrast, etc. That program can really work magic on your photos! I'm FAR from an expert, but I hope that helps a little! Here's what it looks like when I photograph right now:

Lastly, a lot of friends had been *urging*/*bugging* me to sign up for Facebook and I finally did last night. So there went a few hours! lol! If you're on, let me know so I can find you! I chatted with an old childhood friend for a long time, it was so awesome! I'm afraid I'm going to need a few more hours in my day now, though! I can see it becoming very addicting...there may not be anymore time for stamping or scrapping! lol!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Trendy Trees, Polka Dot.
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Whisper White, So Saffron, Good Morning Sunshine DSP.
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Kiwi Kiss.
Accessories: Big Shot, Billboard decorative strip die, 5/8" Chocoalte Chip Grosgrain Ribbon, Spiral Punch, Wide Oval Punch, Chocolate Chip Library Clip, Dimensionals, large glue dots, Sherbert retired ribbon.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

CPS102 Sketch Challenge: my friend

Happy Tuesday! Hope everyone had a good start to their week yesterday! Even though I had a serious lack of sleep, I had a really good Monday. After overcoming a little *prefix* trouble in reading with a one small group, the rest of the day went surprisingly well. During the *prefix* lesson, one student even said, "Oh, we're making Ms. Tieman sad." I had to reassure them that I wasn't sad, but I just wasn't doing a good job explaining it to them, and I was trying to figure out a better way. We did get there eventually!

Okay, on to the card! I made this using the CPS102 Sketch Challenge as well as Nichole's "card for a friend" challenge. Can you tell I'm addicted to that Billboard die for the Big Shot?! It's actually a decorative strip die and a very economical choice for a die cut alphabet...only $21.95...and a good size for cards. To get a little more dimension, I adhered some Chocolate Chip cardstock to some plain chipboard and then ran it through the Big Shot. They're almost like Thickers! Here's the link and a picture for it:
For the rest of the card, I made a ribbon yo-yo and used a scrap of paper from the Sweet Always DSP that I had been saving for quite some time. That bird is just too precious! I also used another new Fleurette (not really, I took the one off of this card and recycled it...they are just SO precious!) and a new 5/8" Chocolate Chip brad, isn't it fabulous?! Lastly, I folded and stitched some more DSP and added the little "my" stickers by Carolee's Creations that were in one of my Scarlet Lime kits.

Guess that's it for today! We're meeting after school to plan our costumes for the school's Valentine Carnival on Saturday. Jennifer signed our RTI team up for a "gypsy love fortune-telling" booth, aye yi yi! Any costume ideas you can share with me?!

Hope you have a great Tuesday! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: none.
Cardstock: Rose Red, Chocolate Chip, Sweet Always DSP, plain chipboard.
Ink: none.
Accessories: Big Shot, Billboard decorative strip die, 5/8" Chocolate Chip Brad, Fleurette, Dimensionals, Glue Dots, Fairytale ribbon (retired), Janome Sew Mini, "my" stickers from Carolee's Creations.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Featured Stamper #105: All Holiday

Happy Monday! Hope everyone had a good weekend! I worked on a lot of school stuff and now I can't believe the weekend is over, ugh!

I did get a chance to make this card on Sunday for the Featured Stamper Challenge #105 over at Splitcoast. This week the featured stamper is Karen Dunbrook and you can see the card that I cased here. I was very excited to see the puzzle pieces she used, because I have a package of them I received at a crop and had never used them.

I changed the colors and instead of using the paint chip, I pulled out some pattern paper scraps and used them. I also raised my puzzle pieces and added some ribbon, mostly because I didn't print out a picture of her card, and I was too lazy to go back into the computer room and check it again! lol! Oh, and instead of stamping on the puzzle pieces like Karen did, I used my Big Shot and new Billboard alphabet die, I'm loving that thing!

This card is quite an's for my niece Emma, whose birthday isn't until March! That blue floral patterned paper had the words "grow" and "love" on it, so I thought it was perfect for her. Too bad I ended up cutting them off, doh! Now, my sister-in-law and mother-in-law have birthdays this weekend. Are their cards ready? Um, no! Guess I better check out some more challenges after work tonight and get on that!

Hope you have a super-duper Monday! Thanks so much for stopping by and for the kind comments you leave! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: All Holiday.
Cardstock: Kraft, Brocade Blue, Whisper White, retired DSP.
Ink: Brocade Blue.
Accessories: Big Shot, Billboard Alphabet die, 5/8" Brocade Blue Grosgrain Ribbon, Dimensionals, Scrapworks puzzle pieces.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Billboard Alphabet: don't happy!

Happy weekend! I'm up way too late again, deciding to stamp something at 11:30 p.m.! What is wrong with me?! Well, we don't have enough time to go into that right now, hee! hee!

I teamed up two challenges for this card...a yellow and gray color challenge from the wonderful Cath at Moxie Fab World and a sketch challenge from the fabulous Nichole at Capture the Moment (I couldn't resist the chance to win all that yummy ribbon!!).

It was a wonderful opportunity to use some more of my new SU goodies! I received the level 1 hostess patterns paper pack which includes some Basic Gray, sigh, absolutely love it! I planned on using some So Saffron, but then I remembered the bright new Pink Flamingo DSP I got and that floral was just too perfect! It seemed so "happy" I had to make my own greeting using the Billboard die with my Big Shot. You know I love letters and can never resist them when they come out. (A tip: to get the apostrophe, I cut the top off of the "f".)

At first I had no ribbon and was using a new white library clip...those are awesome, by the way! But I decided it needed some ribbon and all I could find was this super wide white grosgrain that I had recycled from some type of packaging. So it's in keeping with the big bow trend right now, but there was no more room for the white library clip, will have to use it later. Can't remember where the white eyelets came from, but I liked their size.

Hope you are having a great weekend and staying healthy, there is a lot of sickness going around. Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: none
Cardstock: Basic Gray, Summer Sun, Pink Flamingo DSP, Hostess Level 1 Patterns DSP.
Ink: none
Accessories: Big Shot, Billboard Alphabet die, Tool Kit, Dimensionals, white eyelets unknown, white recycyled packaging ribbon.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Kazan's Sketch #19: Good Friends

Happy Friday! I finally played with my new SU stuff last night, yay! I took a *little* nap from 5:30 to 7:30, then watched a bunch of Thursday night tv with dh, then decided to go stamp at 10:30! Yikes! I won't even admit how late I was up...

Anyway, here is my card made with new goodies for Kazan's Sketch #19 over at 2 Sketches 4 You. A few of my favorites: the crocheted flower "Fleurettes", the "So Tweet" chipboard, and the new Big Shot Texturz plates. I didn't order one of the necessary impression plates that I needed to use with the Texturz plates, so I had to experiment and kind of force it and it doesn't show up very well in the picture, but it does look really cool in real life. I think you're really going to like them too!

Okay, ta ta for now...definitely going to need coffee this morning! Hope you have a great Friday! Thanks for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Good Friends Cardstock: Pink Pirouette, Rose Red, Whisper White, Bella Rose DSP, Candy Lane DSP, Delicate Dots DSP. Ink: Rose Red. Accessories: On Board So Tweet chipboard bird, Eyelet Border Punch, Scallop Edge Punch, Fleurette, Kiwi Kiss Corduroy Button, Big Shot, Su Backgrounds 1 Texturz Plates, Pure Color Pencils (retired), Fairytale Ribbon (retired)

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

A small thing...

Happy Wednesday! Is it really only Wednesday?! Ugh! Here's a quick card I made last night...I actually had the idea on Monday night as I was falling asleep (because I knew I still had one more black polka dot scrap piece!)...I should have got up and made it then, because I couldn't quite remember all the details I had planned and it didn't turn out quite like I imagined, but oh well! lol! Sorry the photo isn't too good either, looks kind of dark.

Anyway, very simple, whisper white base with a Lavendar Lace Curly Label punch piece. I couldn't decide what to add on top of the curly label, so I pulled out my Big Shot dies and added the little bird. I have a little new catalog order arrives today!...and it includes several new items to use with the Big Shot! Yippee! Skippee!

Okay, before I go, one quick school story for those of you who like them. I was working with a group and one boy, who is very smart, but has a lot of troule controling himself and gets in trouble a lot, and he started acting "ornery"...

Me: "Please act like the sweetie that I know that you are."
Student: "You wish!"

See, like I said, he's really very smart...and hilarious! One time on "hat day" during spirit week he wore this little black bowler hat, simply adorable, and proceeded to do a dance for me with the hat.

Me: "That was a great dance! Where did you learn that, do you take classes?"
Student: "No! I made it up just now!"

I have one more from him, but I'll save it for tomorrow, mainly because I still have to iron my clothes and dh is going to be ready and waiting on me! lol! Thanks for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Cute and Curly Cardstock: Whisper White, Lavender Lace, retired Parisian Summer DSP, My Mind's Eye black polka dot. Ink: Black Staz-On. Accessories: Curly Label Punch, Birds & Blooms Die, Big Shot, retired SAB rub-ons, Scallop Edge Punch, Dimensionals, Janome Sew Mini.

Monday, February 2, 2009

It's a Loop Thing...the little things

Happy Monday! Here's a quick card before I dash off to bed! It felt chilly tonight (it's 41 right now, hee! hee!), so I had some hot chocolate with Bailey's, yummmm! I have to admit, though, it made me so sleepy I could barely stamp a card. I had to lay my head down on my desk for a good 20 minutes during Heroes!

Anyway, the hot chocolate inspired this card...I only wish I had the whipped cream to add on top like I tried to draw in on the card with the Aquapainter and White Craft pad. Everything else is pretty easy peasy. The red ribbon slide thing was in a bag of Foofala buttons, the rest is all SU. Maybe I'll have to mail this to a fellow Bailey's know who you are!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: It's a Loop Thing, Enjoy Every Moment.
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Kraft, Red Riding Hood, Red Riding Hood Patterns DSP.
Ink: Brown Staz-On, White Craft.
Accessories: Aquapainters, Alpine Ribbon (retired), Scallop Edge Punch, Curly Label Punch, ribbon slide from Foofala.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

It's a Loop Thing: happy birthday cupcakes

Happy Sunday! Did you catch that Super Bowl game?! Wow, it was a close one! I stamped, of course, while watching, but I think I caught the important things and the replays! What was your favorite commercial? I kind of liked the Doritos one where he threw the "crystal ball" into the vending machine. The job one with the lady screaming in her car was good too. Now I can't wait for The Office special!

I've been creating all day, and you better sit down for this one...I scrapped two 2-page layouts! I'll have to photograph them when I have daylight since they're bigger than a card and I don't think my Ott Lite and two cheap desk lamps can handle it! lol! The scrapping leads to this card, because I made this scallop border with some My Mind's Eye black polka dot paper (I seriously HEART this paper!) and I didn't use all of it on my page, so this card started with that scrap.

I finally used the "stamp set" that comes with the SU Level 3 hostess Hand Drawn Bundle. I'd been using the rub-ons and designer series paper, but never the stamp set. I really like it and think I'll go use it some more! Today is my sister Gala's birthday, so I better get this in the mail tomorrow with a gift card!

Hope you had a great weekend! Thanks for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamp sets: It's a Loop Thing, All Holidays
Cardstock: Kraft, Candy Lane DSP, My Mind's Eye black polka dot.
Ink: Staz-On Black, Red Riding Hood & Baja Breeze.
Accessories: Aquapainter, 2-way glue pen, Dazzling Diamonds glitter, 5/8" Baja Breeze Striped Ribbon, Scallop Border Punch, flat pearl from Pretties Kit, Mini Glue Dots, Janome Mini sewing machine.