Thursday, July 29, 2010

Have a Seat: happy day

Well pooh! I missed the Embellish Challenge with Ric Rac deadline! I struggled with these colors off and on for a week now, even made one card I dismissed as not even photo-worthy (it's SO fussy!), and then managed to whip this up in 10 minutes earlier this evening (the yarn flower was already made!). But then I was heading off to a shoebox swap with friends, so I took a quick picture, thinking I'd upload it when I got home. Too late! ha! I'm blaming it on the margaritas and chocolate martinis...apparently they slow down a shoebox swap! *wink*

Oh well, c'est la vie! I had this ribbon that I bought back while on vacation back in Missouri at Wal-Mart...could the colors be any more perfect for this challenge?! I stamped the chairs from Have a Seat randomly (and quickly, as you can tell, doh!) in Early Espressso on an office tag. Then I threw in a little Peach Parfait cardstock and printed pattern paper. It's a fun new In Color, I can't think of any peach colors SU has had before.

Okay, toodles for now! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Have a Seat, Fabulous Phrases.
Cardstock: Early Espresso, Peach Parfait, Peach Parfait Print Patterns paper.
Ink: Early Espresso.
Accessories: office tag, PTI wool felt & ric rac die, Wal-Mart ribbon (Offray?), misc. yarn, dimensionals.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Just Believe: friends

Happy Wednesday! I don't know where this day has gone, yikes!

No stamping today (yet!), shameful, I know, but in the meantime here's another SU Convention display card with Just Believe. I thought this would be a fun, unexpected color combo with this "flowery" set. I love this new paper with all the old newsprint and polka dots!

Gotta dash, still have to frost the homemade sugar cookies I made for stamp club at Lori's house tonight! Yummmmm! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Play Date Cafe Challenge: Thanks a Million

Happy Tuesday! Hope your day is going well! I got the kitchen and the laundry done...and *thinking* about cooking dinner, maybe. Maybe breakfast for dinner, yummmm!

I need to make some thank yous (because I don't already have 132 thank yous waiting in my stash!) so I used the Play Date Cafe Challenge #39. Don't you love all the neutrals together? They have gorgeous samples by the design team, all so different, so I thought I would see what I could come up with.

I had that Sassafrass Lass number paper in my scrap pile and thought the colors would work well. Then I got a chance to ink up my new Word Play set, it's really a fun one! And a secret...I had finished it and photographed it, then smacked my head with the thought: bling would be perfect for this card! I don't have a strong bling history, but I'm trying to add it to my repetoire! *smile*

Okay, back to more projects! Time is running out, ack! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Word Play.
Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Sassafrass Lass patterned paper.
Ink: Staz-On Black.
Accessories: Basic Gray Taffeta Ribbon, Rhinestones, Dimensionals.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Paper Crafts: Inspired By Challenge

Happy Monday! How has your week started? We had a tiny storm earlier, but now it's cleared off. I put my book down earlier and told myself I couldn't pick it back up until after I had made a card. DH says, "Nothing like making yourself make a card." I know, right?!

So, I noticed on the Paper Crafts blog this morning that tomorrow is the last day to enter the Inspired By Challenge. I also noticed at that time there were only about 25 entries, so don't anyone else enter, please, because that improves my odds of winning! Bwahahahahahaha! If you must go ahead and mess up my odds, the challenge is to use a vintage typewriter as your inspiration and create a card in one of the 4 styles: Clean & Graphic, Shabby & Vintage, Classy & Elegant, or Fun & Cute.

I showed dh the card to get his opinion, explaining that it was inspired by a vintage typewriter and was done in the clean & graphic style. Here's how it went:

DH: Yes, I like it. It's very clean and graphical and cute.
Me: No, not cute. Just clean and graphic.
DH: No, not cute. Just clean and graphical.
Me: Right.
DH: I would never say your cards are cute.
Me: Well, sometimes, they're cute. Just not this one.
DH: Right. This one is definitely not cute.

Glad we got that straightened out! After some more blah, blah, blah, he informed me when I speak to him, I need to address him as "husband." Hmmm, we'll see how that works out. He shouldn't have had that nap earlier, he's a little too *awake* and *alert* now!

Okay, back to my book. You knew that was coming, right?! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Edited to add: Did you notice this really works for the Clean & Simple 100th sketch too?!

Stamps: Puns From the Past.
Cardstock: Red Riding Hood.
Ink: Staz-On Black.
Accessories: October Afternoon Thrift Shop stickers, Dymo Label Maker, misc. black twill tape, Janome Sew Mini.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Scrapbook Sunday #25: Oh that smile!

Happy Sunday!

Remember this sneak peek I shared earlier? Well, here's the whole page!

And here it is photographed on display at Convention (Heather posted it here, thanks, Heather!):

Isn't little Maya beautiful?! She's the daughter of my friend and downline Asha, who also happens to be an amazing photographer! I stamped the large floral stamp from Just Believe to the left of the photo in Baja Breeze and stamped off before stamping on the page, but it's very light...maybe should have done it full strength in the Baja Breeze ink and it would have faded a little bit over time. Oh, and for that multi-layer scallop ruffle, I have to thank Kazan over at 2S4Y. I loved the week she had this sketch, and I thought, "Why not do that across a whole scrapbook page?!" So thanks, Kazan!

Well, I haven't stamped or created anything since Thursday night! That's what happens when I get into a good book. I finished reading Shiver today and went to Border's with my 40% off coupon and bought the 2nd book in the series, Linger. I was 30 on the library wait list and the used book store didn't have it either! Thank goodness for those 40% off coupons, just in time! *Maybe* I'll try to make one card before starting on Linger, I do have some Sunday night shows to watch after all. Oh how I *heart* summer vacation! Two weeks to go...

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

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Woodsy Just Believe

Happy Saturday! Hope you are having a good weekend so far!

Here's another Just Believe card, getting tired yet?! It's another SU convention sample. It's a little plain, but one of my faves. When I tried adding stuff (dh said it was a little heavy on the right, but only when I forced him for an opinion!), it just didn't work, so I left it. Cutting out those leaves was very tedious and very un-Angie like, so it was going on a card, no matter what! lol!

Okay, better get moving, I've been way too lazy, again! DH brought me home Shiver from the library last friend told me it was like the new Twilight, and it's pretty good. Have you read it? Have to put it down now, meeting the girls for all the July birthday celebrations. Fun, fun, fun!

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

Stamps: Just Believe, Woodgrain background.
Cardstock: Early Espresso, Whisper White, Old Olive, Blushing Bride.
Ink: Early Espresso, Old Olive.
Accessories: Marina Mist grosgrain ribbon, Dimensionals.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Clean & Simple: 100th Sketch Celebration!

Happy Friday! I am super excited today to be participating in the Clean & Simple Blog's 100th Sketch Celebration! I can't believe it's already been 100 sketches for them! If you're not already aware, you can always find a great, interesting, doable sketch there to get your creativity going when you need it!

I ended up making three cards with this sketch, I just couldn't stop! I had more idea too, so you may end up seeing it again! *wink* Here are my other two cards using sketch 100:

But wait,
the fun isn't over yet! (do I sound like an infomercial person?!) Clean & Simple has organized a little blog hop to celebrate, yippee! Check out this list of fabulous bloggers (click their name to go to their blog) for more inspiration with the 100th sketch! When you're done soaking in all that inspiration, make your card and head on over to the Clean & Simple blog to upload it! I can't wait to see what you create! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Just Believe with fun, fabric flower!

Happy Thursday! Another summer week is almost gone, yikes! They are going toooooo fast!

Here's a simple little card made with Just Believe again. It's one for the SU Convention display boards, I hope they posted it. I used a little fabric for the flower, which at the time we didn't then imagine my surprise and excitement when I learned we have 2 new small fabric collections in the upcoming Holiday Mini! Cool, right?! I can't wait to get my hands on them! *imagine mad scientist rubbing her hands together here*

FYI, my workshop was good yesterday. The teacher, Penny Kittle, was amazing! It was more geared toward older students as it turned out, but I still got a lot of wonderful ideas for writing. I think writing is one of the hardest things to teach and really admire all of those writing teachers out there!

I guess that's it for today, I have a little fuzzy brain, ugh! I think I need coffee. Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Just Believe.
Cardstock: Pumpkin Pie, Melon Mambo, Whisper White.
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Melon Mambo.
Accessories: 1 1/4" (?) Circle Punch, Corner Rounder, Big Shot, Texturz Plate, Dimensionals, fabric.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Just Believe

Happy Wednesday! Yes, the posted time is correct, and I am up! No, really, it's true! I'm off to a teacher workshop I signed up for back in May. Teacher thoughts are slowly starting to creep back in my head. I ordered two books from Amazon earlier this week, this one and this one, in case you're interested. I'll let you know what I think after reading.

In the meantime, here's a little card I made with the new SU set Just Believe. The SU Convention starts today and this is one of the sets that all attendees will be receiving. It seems like it will be a popular set. Have you seen it? Do you like it?

By the way, have you seen this free class, being offered here? I signed up the other day, can't wait to play with some new flowers and crepe paper!

Okay, gotta dash! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Just Believe, Great Friend
Cardstock: Basic Gray, Whisper White, Wild Wasabi, Greenhouse Gala DSP.
Ink: Basic Gray, Staz On Black, Versamark
Accessories: Big Shot, Perfect Details Texturz Plate, Matchbox Bigz XL Die, Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, White Satin Ribbon, So Saffron & Pretty in Pink designer buttons, Modern Label Punch, Dimensionals.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Kazan's Sketch #57: Play Date HB

Happy Tuesday! Hope you're having a great day!

I whipped up this little card for Kazan's Sketch #57 over at 2S4Y, isn't it a fun sketch?! I thought immediately it would be perfect to use my new, yummy crocheted flowers! Awhile back I won blog candy from Amy (thanks, gf!), a $10 shopping spree at Pixiepetals over at Etsy, so I stocked up on some crocheted flowers! She is the sweetest gal and has the yummiest handmade and vintage goodies, go check them out!

Okay, I've been dragging my feet on my walking, guess I better get started, then head to the post office. I'm still clearing out stamps here! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: It's Your Birthday (retired).
Cardstock: Crumb Cake, So Saffron, Play Date DSP.
Ink: Tempting Turquoise.
Accessories: Old Olive, So Saffron & Real Red buttons, Martha Stewart red/white striped string, Big Shot, PTI Large Scallop Die, PTI wool felt, Jenni Bowlin ticket, ribbon not sure.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Dare to Get Dirty: TV Dinner & Sketch challenges

Happy Monday! Thank you so much for all of the 2S4Y congratulations and for the birthday wishes yesterday! I really appreciate it! DH and I had a fabby day and really liked Inception!

I stayed up *way* late Saturday night, mostly fiddling around, and working on this card while I watched terrible, scary movies. (Ugh! I don't know why I do that!) Anywhooo, I used two more of the Splitcoast Dare to Get Dirty challenges (you have to be a Fan Club member to have access, but if you can swing it, they have great galleries every month and it's a great way to help support Splitcoast):

Challenge 1: Bev Rousch's TV Dinner-a card or project inspired by a tv show
Challenge 2: Kim Teasdale's sketch challenge

Can you tell what tv show is my inspiration?

If you watch it, hopefully you thought of The Amazing Race! DH and I started watching it the last few years (we are never early adopters, but always behind on the trends!) and love it. He's wanted us to start training several times over the years so we could try out for the show...yeah, right, like I could ever eat any of that stuff and he could conquer his fear of heights, no matter how great of shape we might be in!

My plan for today was to work on some Paper Crafts submissions, but that hasn't quite started yet, doh! Have you submitted?! There's still time, go here for the details!

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

Cardstock: Kiwi Kiss, October Afternoon Thrift Shop patterned paper.
Accessories: Girls Paperie die cuts, SU vintage brad & tag, Cosmo Cricket & Jenni Bowlin sticker letters, Papertrey large scallop die, Big Shot, old wood, Janome Sew Mini.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Dare to Get Dirty: Embrace the White Space

Happy Sunday! Hope you are having a great weekend and staying cool! It seems to be hot everywhere!

Have you heard about the Dare to Get Dirty challenges over at Splitcoast? There are fabulous challenges all week from the Dirty Girls for the Fan Club members, how fun!

I made this for the "Embrace the White Space" challenge...limit your layers, leave white space showing, try a minimalist approach. I just had to add a little pop of patterned paper at the bottom though. The stamped image and the sentiment had been laying on my desk back since the Gallery Idol contest, my first...and then abandoned...endeavor for the Creativity Heals challenge to make a "thinking of you/get well/inspiration" type card. I did create the sentiment myself on my computer using Word, I was happy with the way that turned out, just never could get the rest to come together, until now! ha!

So, did you hear my BIG news (No, not that I just turned 44 today, yikes!) for the day?! Laura and Kazan asked me to be on 2S4Y design team!! Imagine my happy dance here...sort of like Elaine's...I told Laura I almost threw my hip out dancing around the room when I got the news! hee! hee! I've been playing along at 2S4Y every since their very first sketch challenge, it's such a great community with so much talent, I'm super excited!

Okay, off for exciting things brunch (something to act as a vehicle for my syrup, YUM!) and Inception and maybe a little shopping! Well worth a shower and hair wash, wouldn't you say?! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Jenni Bowlin class highlights!

Happy Saturday! Or should I say Happy Lazy Saturday! Man, I must be wiped out from my day in Waco yesterday, because I have been one lazy girl! lol! We had a great time at our Jenni Bowlin class! She is a great teacher and so down to earth and talkative, just like one of the girls! And for the first time EVER, my friends (oops, edited: I forgot I was going to call them mates, doh!) and I all finished our project! Whoo! Hoo! We did run about 30 minutes late, but the folks at Crop, Paper, Scissors were super nice and didn't rush us at all! Here we are with Jenni and our finished brag books:

So who did I choose to "brag" about in my brag book?! Well, Nick, of course! He's just the best dog in the whole wide world!

Some extra bonuses, the shop was decorated so cutely and even had antiques! Be still my heart! You can see more pictures of the store here.

Vina immediately wanted to hit some antique stores after seeing this, so they referred us to downtown Waco. Luckily Eva went to school at Baylor, so she was an awesome co-pilot! She even directed us to the best coffee ever, Common Grounds! Yummm-oh! Then we found the antique store, and look at this $5 vintage beauty I found:

So, as you can see, that was quite a day we had! No wonder I'm lazy today! ha! Hopefully I'll get my *craft on* tonight and be back with something to share tomorrow! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Friday, July 16, 2010

Laura's Sketch #56: 2 Styles

Happy Friday! Hope y'all have had a great week and are ready for the weekend!

Remember yesterday when I challenged myself to make 4 cards in different styles using one sketch like Kim Hughes did in Card Style? Well, I gave it a go using fabby Laura's Sketch #56 over at 2S4Y, was harder than I thought! lol! I only managed to finish 2 styles so far. What style do you think the one above is? Hopefully, you guessed Shabby & Vintage, because that's what I was going for! You don't know how many times I *thought* I was finished, but I had to keep going back to add more stuff, it was a real struggle! lol! Don't forget, you can enter your Shabby Vintage cards into Cath's Moxie Fab World challenge here!

Okay, here's the second one (I was going for Fun & Cute, be kind!):

So, I learned it's harder than I thought to break out of your ordinary style, which is normally Clean & Graphic for me. I was putting off Classy & Elegant until the end, I think that's the very hardest for me. What's your normal style? What's hardest for you? Let me know if you try the 4 styles challenge!

Okay, better get moving, because guess where I'm going today?! I'm going here to take this class with Jenni Bowlin! I know, shut up, right?! My mates (I watched House Hunters International in Australia last night, and now my friends are going to be called mates!), and I are roadtripping down to Waco for the day, fun, fun, fun!

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

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Card Style!

Happy Thursday!

Have you seen this new Card Style magazine?! Wowza! It's chock full of goodness! (Is that an expression, chock full? Where does that come from?!) I got a copy the other day and I could not put it down! There's a little quiz at the beginning to find out what style you are: 1. fun & cute 2. clean & graphic 3. shabby & vintage 4. classy & elegant. Then the magazine is separated into four sections with tons of fabulous samples of each card style. I was lucky enough to get my Santa card published in the clean & graphic style, but now I'm dying to try out some more styles!

I think my favorite part of the magazine is where Kim Hughes uses one sketch and similar colors to create one card in each style, you can see some details here. That's my next goal! I'm going to play with a sketch and see if I can try to create four different cards with it, one in each style. Do you want to try too?!

And I'm still working on my stamp room. Still, you say? YES, still! lol! I had a punch dilemma and that has been solved, yippee! The last dilemma: 7,483 cards! Okay, maybe I'm exagerrating, but it doesn't feel like it. I sent like 300 to Operation Write Home last year, and I have another box just about ready to go. But I still need an easily accessible place for newly created cards, Etsy cards, cards separated by occasion, etc. I think I found a solution at The Container Store yesterday, but it's going to require me "reconfiguring it" (and yes, it won't be returnable if it doesn't work, ha!) so I'm building up the strength to attempt that now. Of course, in the meantime, I've started stamping again, so the neat and clean spaces from last week are no longer neat and clean, sigh. Such is the life, right?!

Okay, enough rambling! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Cardstock: Wild Wasabi.
Accessories: Santa die-cut from Christmas Journal Table by Little Yellow Bicycle; ribbon from May Arts; metal clip from Making Memories; Dymo label-maker; dimensionals.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Greetings, Earthling!

Happy Wednesday! It is Wednesday, right?!

I whipped up this little card while watching As The Word Turns (my summer secret!) using CPS Sketch 175 and SCS Color Challenge 279: Marina Mist, Cherry Cobbler, Wild Wasabi! Me likey new colors! And can you believe all the challenges I'm doing?! Just call me Amy, Jr.! hee! hee!

Actually, this card was also made for a more important reason than just reminding me how poor my watercoloring skills are, ugh! It was made for a little 11-year old boy Mark who was recently diagnosed with Lymphoma and is undergoing chemo. His Aunt Cookie posted a card on Splitcoast that she made for him, and then Marilyn started organizing a card drive here if you'd like to send Mark a card too. Cards and prayers, they go a long way!

Well, guess it's my time to hop on the treadmill (Yeah, I know! It's almost becoming a summer routine, who am I?!) then shower before dh gets home! Just one of those little things I do for him! ha! Actually, last night I made tuna casserole, steamed vegetables, and homemade banana bread for him...he had to go outside and check if he was in the right house!

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

Stamps: Greetings Earthling, Lots of Bots.
Cardstock: Wild Wasabi, Marina Mist, Very Vanilla, Love Letters DSP.
Ink: Marina Mist, Wild Wasabi, Cherry Cobbler, Staz-On Brown.
Accessories: Big Shot, Dots Embossing folder, 3/4" Square Punch, Aquapainter, Stamp-a-Ma-Jig, Dimensionals.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Funky Four: Curtain Call Act 38 & CCMC106

Happy Tuesday!

In my extended blog travels while on vacation, I saw that the uber-talented Mary and Connie have a challenge blog, so I thought I'd give it a try last night. (I couldn't quite get the little dots embellishments in there, although I did try, I promise!) I paired it up with Stacey's Curtain Call color challenge, which truly ended up being a challenge for me...that's a lot of colors and bright ones at that! It gets tricky for me when I can't use Kraft! lol! I guess it's called Crumb Cake now, can't get used to that...

Anywhoo, wasn't sure about this card and debated on posting it, but I got nothing else! lol! On a positive note, it was Gregory Peck night on TCM and I caught one of his films that I hadn't seen, The Valley of Decision. It was an early film for him with Greer Garson. Gregory Peck, they don't make them like that anymore, sigh. Maybe that's why I had trouble concentrating on the card?! hee! hee!

Okay, better get moving! Hope you have a wonderful day! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: Funky Four.
Cardstock: Pumpkin Pie, Rich Razzleberry, Certainly Celery, Regal Rose, Very Vanilla.
Ink: Certainly Celery, Rich Razzleberry.
Accessories: Pumpkin Pie Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, 1 3/4" Circle Punch, Large Scallop Punch, Corner Rounder, Linen Thread, Subtles Perfect Plum button, Big Shot, Top Note die, dimensionals.

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Stamps for Sale! Even more!

Click on the name to see the picture/condition of the set. Scroll to bottom for shipping/payment instructions.

A is for Adorable, $10

All Around Argyle, $12
Alphabet Soup, $8
Big Blossom, $10
By Definition background, $10
Canvas background, $10
Cheesecloth background, $10
Crazy for Christmas $8, sold
Dig In Country Living kit, $6
Do the Hula, $12, sold
Dotted background, $10, sold
Flannel background, $10
Floral background, $10, sold
Fontastic background, $10
For a Friend, $8, sold
Happy Moments
, $8, sold
Happy Occasions, $8, sold
Holiday Spirit, $10
Houndstooth background, $10, sold
Mixed Bouquet, $12, sold
Much Love, $10
On the Spot background, $10, sold
Paisley background, $10, sold
Print Pattern background, $10
Say It With Scallops, $8, sold
Simply the Best, $10, sold
So Many Scallops, $8, SOLD
Teeny Tinies, $4, sold
Text and Texture, front, back, $10
That's Nice, $8, sold
Time Well Spent, $12, sold
Vintage Labels, $8
Wanted, $8, sold
Word by Word background, $10

I'm back with some stamps for sale!

Click the red links below to see pictures/conditions of stamps. Scroll to bottom for shipping/payment instructions.

A Beautiful Thing, front, back, $8
Designer Label, front, back, $10, sold
French Flair, front, back, $10, sold
Friendly Flowers, front, back, $10
Frosty, front, back, $8, sold
Good Friend, front, back, $10, sold
Happiness, front, $10
In the Spotlight, front, back, $10, sold
It's About Time, front, back, $10, sold
It's All Good, front, back, $6, sold
Quick Cards, front, back, $10, sold
Sew Seasonal, front, back, $12, sold
Sweet Sampler, front, back, $8
The Snowflake Spot, front, back, $8, SOLD
Three for You, front, back, $8, SOLD
Totally Tabs, front, back, $8, sold
Trim the Tree, unmounted, $10, sold

Wonderful Words, front, back, $8, sold
Word on Word, unmounted, $10, sold
Wow Flowers, front, back, $6
Yummy, front, back, $8

Click the red links below to see pictures/conditions of stamps.

Christmas punch, unmounted, front, $10, sold
Cold Play, front, back, $10, sold
Elementary Essentials, front, back, $12
Enjoy Every moment, front, back, $10, sold
Embrace Life, front, back, $10, sold
Happy Everything, front, back, $8
Stella Stamper, front, back, $12, sold
Tres Chic, front, $10, sold

Crayon Fun Upper Alphabet, unmounted, front, $12
Doodle Alphabet, front, back, $12
Doodle Alphabet Numbers, front, back, $8
Whimsical Upper Alphabet, front, back, $12
Whimsical Lower Alphabet, front, back, $12, SOLD
Whimsical Numbers Alphabet, front, back, $8

Paypal accepted for payment.

All items shipped
(US only) within two days of payment, 1st class priority, flat rate envelope $4.90; several sets can be combined in flat rate medium box $10.70 or flat rate large box $14.50.

Each box will also contain some kind of extra goody and/or card samples! Let me know if there's a certain retired set you are looking for right now, I might have it! *wink*

Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out my stamps for sale! Hugs and happy stamping!