Wednesday, May 29, 2013

furry (CASology)


Know how I'm always complaining that challenges should be open longer?  Not this time.  Thanks for creating a challenge just for me, ladies ;)  On a fluke I happened to see this at CASology four minutes after it was posted! 


and have leftovers from this card still on my workspace (read:  ironing board).  Know where I'm headed?


The challenge is sponsored by Paper Smooches - such cheeky stamps.  Love 'em.  And this set, A little Lovin', is fabby.  When I bought it I thought I would only use the mama/baby elephant image in it for baby cards - it's precious - but no, this froggy has seen his share of ink too!  Just realized you can't see his gold crown :(

Happy CASing folks.  And thanks to all of my followers out there.  So nice to see your cheery faces every day.  Maybe I'll have to giveaway some furry pink hearts soon!


Supplies kiss me:
Paper: CS Bringmann
Stamps: Paper Smooches
Ink: Versamark, Versafine
Tools: heart die Sizzix
Other: gold embossing powder, furry fabric

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

really truly, i'm a water girl (AEIU)

You may remember this card for an Avery Elle challenge inspired by a photo of water.  Well they've another water photo so here I go again.

Image Credit


I now own one AE set so this time I've channeled my inner Cristina K. - using the tiniest stamps in the set :) Some stamping, some dry embossing and some masculine sequins (the flat ones, ya know?).


Thanks for peeking.


Supplies happy etc:
Paper: CS  Bringmann
Stamps: Avery Elle
Ink : Versafine, Jenny Bowlin
Tools: die Sizzix, embossing folder Craft Concepts
Other: sequins

Monday, May 27, 2013

happy birthday dd (Moxie Fab)

Another yippie here - in my cutting up craze I stumbled upon a PP that was just screaming to adorn DD's birthday card.  There's rumor a four-legged fur ball may be joining our family post-summer vacation.  At least that's what we've been telling her since post-summer vacation last year. We would love to have a dog (we are a Golden Retriever kinda family), but because we travel to my folks' every summer we've always nixed the idea.  The two rabbits were a compromise - can be carted to MIL's while we're gone.  And although they are work and she's a sweetie for taking care of them, a dog would be a bit much.  And a kennel for a month every year doesn't seem fair to the doggie.  And I know I wouldn't want to travel sedated in the belly of the plane with the suitcases.

But then DD discovered that certain dogs are small enough to take in the cabin on the airplane. She's really been looking into this and we've nixed the Chihuahua and are now at Havanese.  If any of you lovelies out there have one, or more specifically have one that travels, I'd love to hear your stories...

Anyhoo, this was supposed to be about PP.  And a card.  Here she is.


The whole front panel is from one piece of Webster's Pages PP.  I simply added the "laser cut" mint flowers and a gold embossed sentiment.  Hope she likes it.  Can't believe my little girl is going to be 15!

Now there's no feather or weather here, but I love the image for this week's Tuesday Trigger and I think it might subconsciously have made me more alert when I stumbled upon this doggie.  There is a very similar feel, agree?

Image Credit
Wishing you a wonderful week.



Supplies happy birthday:
Paper: CS Bringmann, PP Webster's Pages, laser paper KI Memories
Stamps: American Crafts
Ink: Versamark
Tools:
Other: gold embossing powder



Saturday, May 25, 2013

his and hers (CFC, CAS(E))

Yippie... I've used up some more PP.  And I've got sore arms cuz I've finally taken the plunge and chopped the majority of my 12x12 up into 6x6 pieces.  I truly think this will help me use it more often - it worked this time!

TIP:  Think about pieces with special patterns that you might one day want to actually scrapbook on - don't chop 'em!  Keep some pieces for making envelopes or pillow boxes or book covers (I kinda forgot about that in my cutting craze.)

Anyhoo, here are my tags:


Know which challenges I'm playing?



Found this Webster's Pages paper pack, red/white/blue and bingo.  CASual Fridays #102.  I really like the sketch at CAS(E) this Sketch #29 so I went with it for my tags.

Now what are these lovelies adorning, you ask?  Well, it's a huge soccer day in Germany because the Champions League final (like a European Cup but with pro teams as opposed to national teams) is happening this evening in London.  And amazingly enough, two German teams are playing - Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich.  I'm rooting for Dortmund cuz their trainer, J├╝rgen Klopp, commonly called "Kloppo"  is uber cool and got his start at our area team, Mainz 05!  Anyhoo, probably more than you really wanted to know.  But we are joining friends to watch the game and this is what I'm taking as host/hostess gifts ;)


Yep, we live in wine country but we can't ignore beer now can we?  Fair's fair!  Hope your weekend is nice.  Cheers to all the Memorial Day celebraters...



Supplies his and hers tags:
Paper: CS Bringmann, PP Webster's Pages
Stamps: 
Ink: 
Tools: tag and circle die MFT, alpha die Memory Box
Other: Cutter Bee tool, gold star sequins, ribbon Sew Sweet

Thursday, May 23, 2013

giving gallery idol a go! . three (PC)


Here's my last birthday card for the open auditions at Paper Crafts Gallery Idol 2013 challenge. Have you joined the fun yet?  As another wise man once said  "Ever tried.  Ever failed.  No matter. Try Again.  Fail again.  Fail better."  Lookin' kinda regal and elegant from the little photo, eh? When I showed DD this one, she wrinkled her nose.  Well, keeping with the theme "Birthday Cards for Teens and Kids" please meet "for a 16-year-old-kitschy-but-true":



What was I thinking when I bought that shaggy neon pink fabric?  Pillow.  Nuff said.  It will never meet my sewing machine.  But my Big Shot, yep!

Have a good one.



Supplies dreams take flight
Paper: CS Bringmann, vellum The Paper Company
Stamps: Hero Arts, sentiment PTI
Ink: Versamark, Versafine
Tools: heart die Sizzix, butterfly die Hero Arts/Sizzix
Other: white embossing powder Stampendous, washi Masking Tape, gold wire, shishkabob stick, glue dots

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

stamp on PP (CFC, ATSAM)

In just under the gun.  Again.  With a digital stamping on PP for the CASual Fridays




Just love that sentiment and thought this little worm girl looked like she was wigglin' it!  Sequins on a stick pin - you've seen that before.  And even with her wiggly eyes this little lady was a Paper Crafts reject.  Oh well.

Hope she made you smile.

Hooking up at Addicted to Stamps and More - Anything Goes.



Supplies happy dancing:
Paper: CS Bringmann and Am Crafts, PP Echo Park, Basic Grey
Stamps: PC generated sentiment from The Hickmann Five at  h5cp.blogspot.com, other Casual Fridays
Ink: orange Hero Arts, Versafine
Tools: PC, scissors
Other: wiggly eyes, sequins, beads, pins

giving gallery idol a go! . two (PC, Craft Stamper)

Here's another birthday card for the open auditions at Paper Crafts Gallery Idol 2013 challenge.  Keeping with the theme "Birthday Cards for Teens and Kids" please meet "for a 13-year-old-alcohol-inks-and-artsy":


I applied alcohol inks to glossy card as seen at Craft Stamper and therefore I'm also hooking this up to the Make it Take it #2 challenge to rip and tear - perfect for vellum.

Thanks for looking.



Supplies OMG:
Paper: CS Bringmann, glossy card Ranger, vellum The Paper Co.
Stamps: PC generated sentiment from eyechartmaker.com
Ink: alcohol inks
Tools: plastic spatula
Other: glue dots






Tuesday, May 21, 2013

giving gallery idol a go! . one (PC, ATCAS, ABNH)

Morning.  Broke my heart to hear about the tornado victims in Oklahoma.   Cars and horses flying through the air???  Are we responsible for the crazy changes in weather recently???  Even got an email from Mom saying that in MI last night they had crazy storms and then a "totally pink sky" like she's never seen before...

Well, maybe it was the holiday weekend in Germany (the third this month already... can you say lucky?) but something moved me to create cards for this year's Gallery Idol competition over at Paper Crafts.  I'm not expecting anything out of it, but it's kinda like the challenge of all challenges in my book.  And as a wise man once said, it's all about the journey, not the destination.  Get your thinking cap on and give it a go too!

The theme for the Open Auditions is "Birthday Cards for Teens and Kids".  Now that is truly challenging for me.  Introducing "for-a-four-year-old-in-primary-colors":


The mug in the mirror - moi!  Just add a "9" to the "4" and it'd be true.  Playing in the Birthday challenge #13 at Addicted to CAS and the Clean Up Your Act challenge over at A Blog Named Hero.

Thanks for visiting and stay safe.





Supplies look who's 4:
Paper: CS Bringmann, mirror card
Stamps: Stampendous
Ink: J Versafine
Tools: square punch EKS, die Memory Box
Other: sticker Lego









Saturday, May 18, 2013

took me... fishing (WPlus9, ABNH)

Here's Mood Board #12 at WPlus9.  At the risk of repeating myself...I love that company.


But alas, I'm still limited to my two and a half stamp sets.  So when Dawn said "use the mood board as a starting point for a card, tag, layout or any project...where ever the inspiration takes you! " it took me fishing.  Birthday, bold stripes, masculine, primary colors.  Never would have imagined how happy this stamp set makes me!


We've got a neighbor who loves to fish.  This card'll be bobbin' his way .  It's also bobbin' over to A Blog named Hero where the current challenge is Clean and Simple.  Yep.  Have a good one.



Supplies wiggle it:
Paper: CS Bringmann, scrap
Stamps: WPlus9
Ink: Jenny Bowlin, Versafine
Tools: 
Other: crochet thread

Friday, May 17, 2013

yippie... (CASE, Inspired By)

...I've used up some letter stickers!  That's certainly not what you were expecting, eh?  But after thinking of "the best laid plans..." and "neglected children " as post titles, it occurred to me that something positive occured here.

Backtrack.  DS takes a final exam in German today.  Four hours long.  DD has a Math test and let's just say she and Math don't get along well.  And there's this saying in German that loosely translates to "the shoemaker's kids have the worst shoes in town".  I'm whipping out cards all the time, but rarely for my own kids.  That's about to change.

Since I had two cards to cover and Alicia T.'s bitty bag had been playing in the back of my mind, this is what I did.



Printed the "yes you can" (nod to a certain presidential campaign) then placed the "you" stickers on one card and misted with blue Dylusions and the "can do it" stickers on the other card and sprayed with pink Dylusions.  Took the letters off the cards and adhered them to the "other" card - get it?

TIP:  If you want the letters to look clean after they've been misted... they probably won't.   Maybe they would if you wiped them quickly with a baby wipe.  But I didn't.  So I now have some yellow-misted-pink  stickers back in my stash replacing the clean ones I had to pull out to use on the blue card!


I'm hooking up at CASE Study - #141.  I had Maile's hearts in mind when choosing the colors to use for the two cards and I just love the words-on-top-of-gobs-of-color idea.


And I saw this cool photo at Inspired By #45 and that stark "E" at the top inspired me to use strong black letters in the pink mist with the design flowing from upper left to lower right.  Cool photo Laurel.

Thanks for visiting today.  May the sun be with you this weekend, wherever you are.



Supplies you can do it:
Paper: CS Bringmann, copy paper
Stamps: none!
Ink: Dylusions
Tools: 
Other: letter stickers Pebbles and KI Memories

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

gift tags in a bag (Catered Crop, Lessology, Moxie)

Big post comin' at ya.

I was thrilled to win a spot as Guest Designer for the Fabric of Friendship Recipe Swap at Catered Crop so the plan began.  Fabric.  Hmmm, make a flower?  Use fabric for a card front?  Well, if you check out the challenge, you'll see a board of ideas Linda has put together including two CAS beauties which look like they have an element of the design done in patchwork.  So my gears started rolling.

Tomorrow is girlfriend's bday.  Guess what she's getting?  Gift tags. I sure hope all my friends think they are just as good for hanging around the neck of a wine bottle as I do...  Maybe I should just start making wine bottle tags like Erin T....

So how about if I edged the tag with "patchwork" - that looks fabric-y - and stamped a simple image onto fabric (recycled canvasy stuff)?  Then it occurred to me to use PTI Button Bits in keeping with the fabric theme.  Done deal.  Here's my fave of the bunch:




And here's the bunch:


Die cut tags in two different sizes - once from CS and once from canvas.  Cut strips of PP (it's a Christmas PP pack from Penny Black! - wanted primary colors) and cut the strips into different sized pieces.  Adhesive  around the edges then I stuck them on randomly  (such fun for all you control freaks out there).  Stamped the images with Versafine and sewed on the buttons.  Glued and stitched the fabric tags to the paper tags, punched a hole and added seam binding.  Hmmm, how to package them?

Just bought a T-shirt at Aldi and was throwing away the packaging when I thought "hey I could sew myself a small pouch out of that and the tags will be visible through it."  Done deal.  TIP:  Sewing machines don't like slippery plastic.  Use temporary adhesive to lightly adhere the plastic to a piece of paper (the feed dog - is it really called that? - likes paper better than plastic), sew and then carefully tear away the paper.  I even stitched at the top of the packaging so I could use the sticky foldover flap.  A die cut patchwork heart, a sentiment stamped on a fabric scrap and a tiny clothespin and she's good to go.


Whew.  Oh, I'm also playing at Lessology - #25 For the love of fabric and Moxie Fab's The Gift Tag Challenge as well as The Gift Packaging Challenge.

Note:  I'm still reeling from my watercolor related wins over at Moxie Fab.  Playing with colors is SO MUCH FUN and there is so much inspiration over there to be had.  The challenge is over but you must check out the gallery if you haven't.



Supplies tag set:
Paper: CS scraps, PP Penny Black
Stamps: Papertrey
Ink: Versafine
Tools: die MFT, sewing machine
Other: buttons Sew Sweet, needle/crochet thread, seam binding

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

CASEing retro style (CASE, Retro, CFC)

One of my cardmaking heroes, Maile B., is the muse at CASE Study #140 this month.  Remember this beauty of hers?

 I actually have that Dogwood stamp and die, so a visit to Retro Sketches #63


and the decision to use my new gray CS going monochromatic led to this card:



Inspired by the subtle BG stamping on Maile's card, I pulled out a mesh BG, stamped with Versamark and sprinkled a tiny bit of black embossing powder for added interest.  Distressed the edges of the panel and added some embossed powder to the cardbase in a nod to the sketch.  Knowing I was making a sympathy card I didn't want to get carried away with embellies.  My flowers are stamped on gray too, so I used a pink colored pencil to highlight the areas shaded on the stamp for a teensy bit of color.  The strip of washi across the bottom nods to Maile's ribbon and the sketch.

Also playing at CASual Fridays - Tic Tac Toe (die/text/B&W)

Appreciate your visit.



Supplies Thinking of you:
Paper: CS Bringmann
Stamps: BG CHF, flower Hero Arts, sentiment Tech Tuesday
Ink: Versamark, Versafine
Tools: die Hero Arts/Sizzix
Other: washi Freckled Fawn, black embossing powder, dimensional adhesive

Monday, May 13, 2013

the thing with wings (PDCC, SSS)

Let it be said that all card challenges should run for at least two weeks.  OK, it's been said.

Made this one with three challenges in mind:
Fusion #5 - totally about the sketch but way too late
Play Date Cafe - #181 Steel blue, peach and apricot
Simon Says Stamp - Things with Wings

Here she is:


Take a bird die cut from distress-inked and water-splattered CS, a PC generated sentiment and a sewing machine and this is what you get.  I am a total fan of Emily Dickinson's "Hope is the thing with feathers", I just changed it up a little.

Thanks for looking.


p.s.  Great giveaway over at The Ribbon Girl - hemp twine.  Check it out.







Supplies the thing with wings:
Paper: CS Bringmann, white Neenah
Stamps: sentiment PC
Ink: Distress Inks
Tools: die Tim Holtz Sizzix, sewing machine
Other: 


Saturday, May 11, 2013

dainty and delightful (WPlus9)

Don't have a lot of WPlus9 supplies, but what I do have I love.  And I love putting them to work for the Cloud9 photo inspiration blog hops.  Look at this beauty.



This spoke to me and said... you're not going to believe this... raised dots around the inside edges of the little frames.  See 'em?

So that became this card.


So happy that I finally used a Spellbinders die I'd never used before.  It's really not my style, but I bought it when the world was on a doily craze and I thought the hearts motif at least was my style. Well I die cut three, glued 'em together and used them to dry emboss my frame on the card front. A PP circle, some die cut leaves and handmade blooms and a super sentiment later I was ready to add my perfect pearl raised dots to my frame :)

Appreciate your visit.



Supplies you are simply amazing:
Paper: CS Bringmann, green Papermanic, PP Kars, crepe paper
Stamps: sentiment WPlus9
Ink: Versafine
Tools: frame die Spellbinders, leaf die WPlus9, flower die PTI
Other: perfect pearls, brads

Friday, May 10, 2013

sequined flower (CAS(E), ATCAS, CASology)

Definitely a CAS card.  But many minutes went into it.  And I've now got a lot more respect for the likes of Chari M. and the others who have combined negative die cuts with sequins getting gorgeous results.  I definitely need more practice.  Have a look.


Used Matte Medium to glue them on.  Used a Spellbinders flower die and a sentiment on vellum from Clearly Besotted Stamps.

Playing at:
CAS(E) this Sketch - #27


Addicted to CAS - Rainbow
CASology - Hexagon

Off for a wine wagon ride - trademark of Rheinhessen.  Our town's festival is this weekend and the wine drinking season has officially begun.  (Not that we wait for it to become official around here.) Prost!



Supplies be Happy:
Paper: CS Bringmann, vellum The Paper Company
Stamps: sentiment Clearly Besotted
Ink: Versafine
Tools: die Spellbinders
Other: sequins

Thursday, May 9, 2013

scrap wrangler

Howdy folks.  It was just way too nice outside today.  Couldn't make myself head to the laundry room to make a card.  But I did run across this put-a-grin-on-your-face-from-ear-to-ear video that I decided I just had to share with you.  Meet Sandy Allnock of Operation Write Home fame.  Enjoy.



Did you catch the line about "punching flowers and hearts out of scraps"?  Guilty.  She must have a hidden camera in my scrap room!

Happy scrap wrangling.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

sign her letters with x's and o's (WPlus9, CFC, Retro Sketches)

Have I told you I love country music?  Yep, yep.  Remember Trisha Yearwood?  "An American Girl - She used to tie her hair up in ribbons and bows (not me), sign her letters with x's and o's (so me)..."  I actually saw Trisha perform in the Detroit area a few years back.  I digress.  But - I think there may be more to it than just its wonderful graphic nature that moved me to purchase the XOXO die from WPlus9...

Well I've got black and white on the brain of late.  I've been hanging out in the B/W column of the CASual Friday Tic Tac Toe Challenge (this time die, "text" and B/W).   And now I'm combining it with the Monday Mood Board #11 at WPlus9.  And the sketch at Retro Sketches #62.








See that little black tag with the white heart next to the twine?  That's what inspired me.  Went with black on black but used some dry embossing and heat embossing gold around the edges to add some interest.

Appreciate your visit.



Supplies xoxo:
Paper: black Bringmann, white Neenah, red American Crafts
Stamps: 
Ink: Versamark
Tools:circle die MFT, heart die Amuse, embossing plate Sizzix
Other: gold embossing powder, twine


Tuesday, May 7, 2013

teenage motivation #2 (CFC)

It's Tic Tac Toe over at CASual Fridays 2nd Birthday Challenge.  I went with B/W, text and a punch.  It's the second of the journals I personalized for my tutor kids.  For an 8th grade boy this time.



Saw the idea of the flair with twine on a notecard in a recent issue of Paper Crafts.  Hope said boy will actually use this...

Thanks for looking.



Supplies Journal believe:
Paper: notecard
Stamps: sentiment PC generated
Ink: 
Tools: border punch EKS
Other: journal Aldi, letter sticker and twine Making Memories, flair ?

teenage motivation #1 (10min craft dash)


I did it again - the 10-minute Craft Dash.  And I made it before my timer went off.  Barely.  12 seconds left!  And I had to go back and glue some blooms on better with stronger-than-Glossy-Accents glue cuz I guess it doesn't work between fabric and paper, but I'm not counting that.


Needed gifts for kids I tutor who made their confirmation. Wanted to include a motivational quote and  personalize store-bought journals for each of them.  When I saw the Craft Dash colors I decided to challenge myself on this girly one. I had the sentiment ready to go and  I pulled the papers and my flower punches as well as the tiny alpha stickers ahead of time.  Keeping with the notecard theme I included some washi but probably shouldn't have.  In glueing down the flowers I aimed to put pink across from pink and blue across from blue but I probably could have done a better job.  Oh well.  Time pressure stinks, but it gets things done much quicker I must admit. Could probably have spent 10 minutes just re-arranging blooms!

Give the Craft Dash a go if you haven't before.  It's definitely challenging but you feel good when you're done.  And there's always a great prize.

Thanks for visiting.



Supplies journal - Strength:
Paper: notecard, PP K& Co.
Stamps: sentiment PC generated
Ink: 
Tools: punches
Other: washi, letter stickers KI Memories, journal Aldi, glue



Monday, May 6, 2013

evolution of a goldfish (KIS, CFC)

No, not as in science.  As in, where did this card come from?  Take a piece of  paper (not seen here) watercolored with Distress Inks and the squish method .  Have this funky fish BG stamp fall out of the box you keep your BG stamps in as you move it from right to left for the hundredth time. Think "hmm, I could stamp that over the watercolored paper."  Stamp it.  Stamp off on a scrap of white card.  Decide you don't know what to do with the now-watercolored-and-stamped specimen cuz it doesn't look as spiffy as you thought it would.  Decide to color one goldfish on the stamped-off piece cuz you saw the latest challenge at Keep it Simple - White and a Splash (Get it? Fish...Water...Splash) and confused it with Play Date Cafe's B/W with Magenta and taaa daaa... The evolution of a goldfish!


Briefly thought of re-coloring him magenta, but I had a fantail goldfish for awhile as a kid so I consider this a tribute to him!  And I figure I'll hook up at KIS anyway just to stir things up a bit since black isn't really a color ;)

And lucky me.  Messed up for my original challenge plan, but CASual Fridays has a Tic Tac Toe challenge going on in celebration of their 2nd birthday and I'm in with B/W, embossing and birthday.  Whew.

TIP: Nautical is trending.  Need a simple nautical touch?  Use a circle punch to create a wavy water effect like on my sentiment strip.

Happy Monday.



Supplies best fishes:
Paper: card base Buttinette, black Bringmann, white Neenah
Stamps: Stampout, sentiment Fiskars
Ink: Versafine, colored pencils
Tools: circle punch
Other: white embossing powder

Sunday, May 5, 2013

better left to photoshop (Moxie Fab)


Did you see the Five for Friday feature over at Moxie Fab two weeks ago?  If you clicked on Cath's links you might have visited the Colossal site and seen the amazing Double Exposure portraits by Sara K. Byrne.  The cherry blossom gal would be me - you may have seen this card and this one - I've been quite inspired by the trees around our house.

Well, I put my "I can do that" hat on and set about making a card.  My plan?  Stamp a cherry blossomed tree coming in from the side and layer vellum over a part of it with my profile cut out of it.  Figured that would make the ultimate Mother's Day card.


The cherry blossomed tree worked fine.  I forgot to take a photo of my first step which was the branches and then the teensy blooms from the CASual Fridays Calm and Gentle treetop stamp (the circle on the block upper left).  Perfect for this.  I used multi-generational stamping in Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick Distress and Chewing Gum Jenny Bowlin, spritzing the stamp with water sometimes before stamping.  And therefore I'm parking this at the Wonder of Watercolor challenge at Moxie Fab.

The photo above was after the next step, stamping the same way with some individual tiny blooms from Technique Tuesday, as well as with some white pigment ink.  Still all systems a go.

On copy paper I printed a B/W photo of me taken from the side.  TIP:  It's an easy way to achieve that silhouette we used to do in school with overhead projector and black construction paper.   Put vellum over the photo and traced my silhouette , then fussy cut.  Um, Houston, we've got a problem.


How to achieve the break between the vellum and non-vellum?  How to attach the vellum cuz it needs to be raised a bit to have the effect?  Sentiment?  Ugh.

My solution:  Tear the vellum, leaving only half of the silhouette.  Stamp a few more cherry blossoms to mimic the form of my silhouette.  Use whopper glue dots to achieve the height.  Stamp the only Mother's Day sentiment I have in blue - blue?  Where'd that idea come from????

Result:  Not satisfied.  But not willing to do it again.  So here it is for you to learn from.  Want this effect? Better leave it to Photoshop!



Supplies happy mother's day:
Paper: cardbase Craft UK, vellum The Paper Company 
Stamps: branch Artemio, leaves CASual Fridays, blooms Technique Tuesday, sentiment Jane's Doodles
Ink : Rich Cocoa Memento, Distress, Jenny Bowlin, teal pigment Inkadinkado
Tools:  scissors
Other: glue dots Zots







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