Saturday, April 30, 2011

Teacher Appreciation Card


I am so excited to share that Emma asked me to stay on with her My Creative Time Design Team for another term! I had such a blast working with Emma and my teammates, and I absolutely adore her stamps. I am thrilled to continue! Thanks, Emma!


Today I am sharing a card made with two stamps from Emma's "My Teacher Rocks" set. This stamp set is perfect for Teacher Appreciation Week or any time you want to give a little something to your favorite teacher (we LOVE feeling appreciated, LOL). I just adore this little stamp with the note to bring an apple to the teacher! The cork paper that I ordered from Michelle Wooderson's Etsy Shop just arrived yesterday, and as soon as I got it in the mail, I decided I had to make a little bulletin board out of it to use with Emma's stamp! The cork paper is very soft and easily cuts with dies in the Cuttlebug. Because it is so soft, I adhered it to a piece of cardstock before popping it up. My little apple is cut at 1 1/4" from Create a Critter.

Be sure to stop by My Creative Time to meet the new design team!

Recipe:

8 1/2" x 5 1/2" Papertrey Ink Rustic Cream Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
4" x 5 1/4" Papertrey Ink Pure Poppy Cardstock
3 3/4" x 5" Papertrey Ink Harvest Gold Cardstock
2 3/4" x 5" Papertrey Ink Simply Chartreuse Cardstock
ekSuccess Bumpy Road Punch
Papertrey Ink Pure Poppy Topnotch Twill Ribbon
Cork Paper
My Creative Time's "My Teacher Rocks" Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink Button Card Dies
Papertrey Ink "Bitty Background Basics" and "School Time" Stamp Sets
Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate, True Black, Simply Chartreuse, & Summer Sunrise Ink
Peachy Keen PK-570 Basic Paper Doll Face Assortment Stamps
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink

Friday, April 29, 2011

"Just a Note" Style Card


Sadly, it just wasn't in the budget for me to purchase the new Cricut Expression 2, and I LOVE the "Just a Note" cartridge that is included in it. I was so bummed to hear that it wouldn't ever be sold separately. However, after looking at cards people have made with it, I realized that I could make this style card on my Gypsy! I just needed to weld together some rectangles and shapes that I wanted to include. I decided to try it for a little card for a friend/teammate. Her birthday is on Saturday, and the rest of the 3rd grade team and I decided we would celebrate it during our planning time on Monday. We didn't want her to feel like we forgot her birthday, so we're giving this card to her today to let her know our plan. "Save the Date" is from the Sweethearts cartridge. I welded it to my card base and cut it again in patterned paper for a layer.

My party hat is from Straight From the Nest. Again, I welded it to the card base and then also cut it with all of its layers. Before putting it down, I added the green polka-dotted rectangle.


Finally, the center rounded part of my card is actually a liner from a Wild Card envelope. I adjusted the width and height to make it just the right size. I added more polka-dotted paper, and some plain cardstock for my message. I also die cut a felt flower and a tag with some PTI supplies to dress up this layer a bit.

Recipe:
(all materials Papertrey Ink, unless otherwise specified)

Core'dinations Cardstock
2009 Bitty Dot Basics Patterned Paper
Harvest Gold Cardstock
Seeing Spots Cuttlebug Folder
Beautiful Blooms II: #1 Die Collection & Tiny Tags Dies
Harvest Gold Felt
Tiny Tags Stamp Set
Summer Sunrise & Hawaiian Shores Ink
Rustic Cream Button Twine
Michael's Button
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Throwback Thursday!


It's Throwback Thursday over at My Creative Time, and the entire design team is joining in the fun today! Emma asked us to create a 3-D project. I decided to make the cake box from Tags, Bags, Boxes and More. I can't believe I never used this before. It is too cute, and will make a perfect little treat for my friend who is celebrating a birthday this weekend!

I cut my box at 8 1/2" twice, once in the brown polka dotted paper, and once in light blue. Before cutting, I used my Gypsy to hide all of the tick marks and two slits that are part of the cut. I really don't care for the look of tick marks along my score lines, and this box is easy to score without them.

I assembled the brown box and then trimmed down the light blue so that I would just have a piece for the top and part of the sides. Before I layered this on the brown, I used the Martha Stewart Drippy Goo punch around the edges. I then added my treat (chocolate covered dried fruit from Trader Joe's - yum!) and adhered my box shut with a clear round sticker.


When I trimmed the light blue, I was left with a section that I was able to trim down for another triangle layer that I could run through my Cuttlebug. I also added a 1/4" strip of yellow cardstock on all 3 sides of the box.


For my sentiment, I used an adorable stamp from My Creative Time's "Wow! So Many Candles" stamp set. I just stamped it onto some rustic white cardstock and trimmed around it. Then I inked the edges and adhered it to a slightly bigger piece of pink cardstock.

The final touch was some some flowers and buttons. I made my flowers out of felt, using Papertrey Ink dies with my Cuttlebug. I added a few buttons and twine with my glue gun, and that was it! Cute and yummy!

Be sure to stop by My Creative Time to check out some more Throwback Thursday projects from Emma and the rest of the design team!

Recipe:

DCWV Blossoms and Butterflies Patterned Paper
Papertrey Ink Spring Rain, Harvest Gold, Rustic White, & Raspberry Fizz Cardstock
Cuttlebug Divine Swirls Embossing Folder
Martha Stewart Drippy Goo Punch
My Creative Time "Wow! So Many Candles" stamp set
Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate and Chai Ink
Papertrey Ink Harvest Gold and Raspberry Fizz Felt
Papertrey Ink Beautiful Blooms II: #1 Die Collection
Papertrey Ink Vintage Buttons and Rustic Cream Button Twine

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Birthday Easel Card

A friend of mine, who is a big dog lover, is celebrating her birthday this week. I thought that this image from the Imagine Better Together cartridge would be perfect for her! I also thought it would be fun to make her an easel card.

To make the easel card, I first took a piece of 4 1/4" x 11" cardstock and scored it at 2 3/4" and 5 1/2".

After folding it, I put ATG tape just on the section shown, and then adhered a piece of 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" cardstock.


This is how it looks from the side. I flood filled rectangles from Better Together and Best Friends for my background layers. Don't you just love the Best Friends cloud pattern? I use that one so much!

With an easel card, you need to have a popped image that will help prop up the top part of the card. For mine, I took a little 2.2" framed sentiment from Better Together and separated it into layers. I just used the two base layers so that I could add my own sentiment from My Creative Time's "Wow! So Many Candles" stamp set. I also added a 1.4" cupcake from Better Together.

My girl and her dog are cut at 4". I used the layers and popped them up to give more dimension and added a couple of gems on her hair bows.

Recipe:

Papertrey Ink Aqua Mist Cardstock
White Bazzill Cardstock for Imagine Cuts
My Creative Time's "Wow! So Many Candles" Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate Ink
Imaginisce Gems
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink

Blog Hop Winner!

Sorry I've been MIA for a little while. My best friend and her family were visiting from Maryland last week, and I took a couple of days off work to spend time with them. So fun! However, with that and Easter, it took me some time to catch up with all of those things (laundry, correcting papers, etc.) that get in the way of my crafting. I'm back at it now, though, and I've got some fun projects to share with you this week!

For now, I wanted to share the winner of the Bonus Stamp from the My Creative Time April Stamp Release Blog Hop:

Christine said...

Great card and I love coffee! I like how you had the giftcard on a pullout.

Congrats, Christine! Emma will be mailing that stamp off to you. Enjoy!

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Easter Carrots

Click here for My Creative Time's April Release Blog Hop.


Happy Easter! I just wanted to share the little "party favors" I made for tomorrow's Easter brunch. I love making sour cream containers, so I was excited to see them turned into carrots on Sarah's Pink Cricut blog. Isn't that a cute idea? Since I needed 19, I decided to keep mine pretty simple. I made the ones for the kids with a chick stamp, and the adults' carrots are stamped with a sentiment from My Creative Time's "Color Me Happy" stamp set (there is different candy in each type).


Recipe:

Orange Cardstock from my Stash
Papertrey Ink New Leaf and Stamper's Select White Cardstock
Martha Stewart Icicle Punch
Papertrey Ink "Tiny Treats" Die
Papertrey Ink "Daily Designs" Stamp Set
My Creative Time "Color Me Happy" Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink Summer Sunrise and New Leaf Ink
Recollections Brads

Friday, April 22, 2011

My Creative Time's April Release Blog Hop


Emma has done it again! Today she is releasing her four brand new My Creative Time stamp sets, and they are FABULOUS! All of them are available for purchase on her blog! To celebrate, Emma and her design team are having a blog hop showcasing the new stamps. For my project, I created a coffee mug gift card holder using the coffee mug from the Cheerful Seasons cartridge.

I couldn't resist this sentiment from My Creative Time's "My Favorite Sayings" set. The flower was cut from Kate's ABCs.

I was able to create a pull out holder for a gift card by doing a little bit of welding on my Gypsy and utilizing my scissors. Here's a video showing how I did it.


Recipe:

DCWV Summer Dream Stack
Core'dinations Cardstock
Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate, Lavender Moon, Plum Pudding, & Rustic Cream Cardstock
My Creative Time's "My Favorite Sayings" Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate Ink
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink

If you didn't start the hop at My Creative Time, I recommend you go there to see Emma's video announcement. Here is the line-up for the blog. Your next stop is the extremely creative Glora of Glora's Crafts!


If you comment on all of the blogs in the hop, you'll be eligible to win one of nine of Emma's special edition "Bonus Stamp"! Each of us will be giving one away. You have until Sunday at noon Pacific time to comment, and Emma will announce the winners on Monday.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Mother's Day Card


It's Design Team Day for My Creative Time! Emma challenged us to make a card using her stamps and the colors green and purple. I'm sharing a Mother's Day card that I made with the "Mom You ROCK" stamp set. I LOVE this set! The fonts are so pretty. I used my Kate's ABC cartridge for my watering can full of flowers. It's cut at 2.9". I also used more of Emma's stamps on the inside of the card. In addition to "Mom You ROCK", I used a little tulip from her "Just a Little Note to Say..." set.

Be sure to stop by My Creative Time to see what Emma and the rest of the design team have for you today! Also, tomorrow morning we'll be having a blog hop to showcase Emma's newest stamps! She'll be announcing them in a video at the beginning of the hop.

Recipe:

8 1/2" x 4 1/4" Papertrey Ink Kraft Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
4" x 4" Papertrey Ink Royal Velvet Cardstock
3 3/4" x 3 3/4" Papertrey Ink Spring Moss Cardstock
Core'dinations Cardstock
Papertrey Ink Pretty Pastels Patterned Paper
Martha Stewart Ribbon Loop Punch
My Creative Time's "Mom You ROCK" & "Just a Little Note to Say..." Stamp Sets
Papertrey Ink "Background Basics: Gingham" Stamp Set
Papertrey Lavender Moon Topnotch Twill Ribbon
Papertrey Ink Spring Moss & Dark Chocolate Ink
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink
Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Happy Easter!


For my Creative Critterz Imaginations Design Team post today, I made an Easter card with my Imagine. This card fits in a business size envelope. I used the Imagine Yummy cartridge, because its colors and patterns are perfect for Spring!

My candy jar is cut at 7". I seperated it into layers and first just cut the pink layer. Then I cut the background layer using "cut only" and a transparency to get a clear "glass" look. My eggs are from Doodlecharms. They are cut at 1" and 1.6" and filled with colors and patterns from Yummy. The swirly brown background layer is also from Yummy. To get it, I flood-filled one of the stock rectangles (the 1:2) from the Imagine, cutting it at 4.5". Then I just trimmed it down to the size I needed.


My sentiment is from My Creative Time's "Color Me Happy" stamp set (perfect for Easter). I stamped it onto a little tag that I die cut with the Papertrey Ink Tiny Tags Die and fastened it to my jar with a pretty brad.

Have you seen the Easter challenge on Creative Critterz Imaginations? You still have a few days to enter and have a chance to win a Kate's Kitchen Imagine cartridge!

Recipe:

9 1/4" x 8" Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate Cardstock, scored at 4"
9" x 3 3/4" Papertrey Ink Spring Moss Cardstock
8 3/4" x 3 1/2" White Bazzill Cardstock (printed with Imagine)
White Bazzill Cardstock for Imagine Cuts
Transparency
My Creative Time "Color Me Happy" Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate Ink
Papertrey Ink "Tiny Tags" Die
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink
Papertrey Ink Spring Rain Satin Ribbon
sie Christmas Mint Designer Brad

Saturday, April 16, 2011

With Deepest Sympathy


One of my mom's good friends passed away this week, so I wanted to make a little card for my mom. I was inspired to make this after seeing a gorgeous card by Cheryl of What I Do Instead of Laundry. I had to try it out, with a few tweaks. My card is 4 1/4" square. I used my Scor-Pal to make the embossed frame on the white layer. Here is a look at the inside.


Recipe:
(all materials Papertrey Ink)

8 1/2" x 4 1/4" Kraft Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
4" x 4" Plum Pudding Cardstock
3 3/4" x 3 3/4" Rustic White Cardstock
"Wreath For All Seasons," "Asian Fusion," & "With Sympathy" Stamp Sets
Plum Pudding, Dark Chocolate, & Chai Ink

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Teapot Everyday Pop-Up Card


Here's another card from the Cricut Everyday Pop-Up Cards cartridge. Now, I have to say that I put together these cards how I think they should work, but for all I know, I could be totally wrong. This teapot card was a request by Lorraine of Card Creations by Lorraine. :-)


For the front of my card, I created my own patterned paper by stamping teacups from Papertrey Ink's "Tea For Two Additions" Stamp Set. The teapot is cut at 2.41" (I used my Gypsy). I cut the two main layers and the shadow, but I used my Gypsy to hide the marks on the top layer that show where to put the flowers. I did this because I had decided not to use the flower layers, but to use some Primas instead.


My sentiment is from My Creative Time's "Just a Little Note to Say..." stamp set. Click here for ordering information for this sweet set.


Now for the inside! The pop-up has two pieces: the teapot and the teacup. I decided I wanted these to be different colors, so I cut it twice at 3.5". Since I was using my Gyspy, I was able to "hide" the one I didn't want each time. I cut my teapot pop-up in brown and the teacup in the polka-dotted paper. Using my Gypsy, I was able to figure out that my striped layer size on the teapot should be 2.25". Now, the teacup has a strip attached to it that just slides through the teapot. Here's what it looks like from the back.


What I did was use a craft knife to cut a slit in the patterned layer that matches the slit in the teapot pop-up. I slipped the teacup strip through both layers on the left, but I only had it come through the brown layer on the right. I then adhered the two layers together, so the strip is in between the two layers on the right, and not poking through. I hope that makes sense.

Recipe:

8 1/2" x 5 1/2" Papertrey Ink New Leaf Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
4" x 5 1/4" Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate Cardstock
3 3/4" x 5" Papertrey Ink Aqua Mist Cardstock
Papertrey Ink Green Boutique Patterned Paper
Recollections Brown Cardstock (for pop-up)
My Creative Time's "Just a Little Note to Say..." Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink "Double-Ended Banner" Die
Papertrey Ink "Tea for Two Additions" and "Ribbon Tails" Stamp Sets
Papertrey Ink Aqua Mist and Dark Chocolate Ink
Prima Flowers
Recollections Brad
Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Something Egg-stra Special

This is my second post today. Scroll down to see how I used some scraps to make a cute card for my Creative Critterz Imaginations Design Team project.


Today is the day for another design team post for Craft Junkie Too! This week's task was to make "Something Egg-stra Special" with an Easter egg on it. Be sure to stop by Craft Junkie Too to see what Tracy, Amber, and Cheryl have created for you this week.

For my project, I made an Easter card for my brother's family. My sister-in-law likes to use my cards as part of her holiday decorations, and she was whining about not having an Easter one (just kidding, Becky)! The grass on the card is made from two 1" borders of grass from the Martha Stewart Seasonal Cake Art cartridge, welded together on my Gypsy. I cut this twice and layered it, in two different shades of green. The eggs, sized at 4.4" and 4.75", are from Doodlecharms.


I decided my chick needed to be on an Action Wobble so that my little nephews can have fun with him. He and his shell are cut at 2.75", and I hid his facial features on my Gypsy so that I could use a Peachy Keen stamp. You can still do this without a Gypsy, but cutting him with the "blackout" feature.


Lastly, I used one of my new Papertrey Ink dies for my sentiment tag and stamped it with a cute sentiment from My Creative Time's "Color Me Happy" stamp set. This set is PERFECT for Easter!

Recipe:

8 1/2" x 5 1/2" Papertrey Ink Lavendar Moon Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
4" x 5 1/4" Papertrey Ink Spring Moss Cardstock
3 3/4" x 5" Patterned Paper from DCWV Flower Shower Spring Stack
Papertrey Ink Pretty Pastels Patterned Paper Collection
Papertrey Ink Simply Chartreuse Cardstock
Papertrey Ink "Angled Labels" Die Collection
My Creative Time's "Color Me Happy" Stamp Set
Peachy Keen Critter Faces (Large) Stamps
Joann Craft Essentials Markers
Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen
Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate Ink
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink
Action Wobble

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Use What You Have


If you're like me, you have a lot of Cricut or Imagine cuts set aside that never quite made it onto a project. For my design team project for Creative Critterz Imaginations today, I decided to use some of these "scraps" to make a card. I started with an 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" brown cardstock, scored at 4 1/4". The turquoise layer is 4" x 5 1/4". To get my 3 3/4" x 5" dotted pink layer, I took a square that had originally come from the Imagine More Cards cartridge, and I trimmed it down and pieced it together. The seam ended up being covered by my ribbon.


The topnote image was a stock image from the Imagine filled with an Imagine More music pattern. The kite also originally came from the Imagine More cartridge, but I added a tag to the end of it. To make the tag, I ran a Papertrey Ink die through my Cuttlebug with a scrap of patterned paper from the Imagine More Cards cartridge. I added a sentiment from My Creative Time's "Turn That Frown Upside Down" cartridge, and that was it! A cute card that used up a few of my scraps!


Recipe:

Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate & Hawaiian Shore Cardstock
Bazzill White Cardstock for Imagine Cuts
Papertrey Ink Tiny Tags Die
My Creative Time's "Turn That Frown Upside Down" Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate Ink
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink
Papertrey Ink Hawaiian Shores Satin Ribbon

PTI Postmarks Birthday Card


This was a fun birthday card to make using the Papertrey Ink "Postmarks" stamp set. There are so many cute images on there; the possibilities are endless! I was even able to put my friend's birthday in the little postmark. The teacup is from "Tea for Two Additions." I also added sentiments from "Inside & Out: Birthday" for the outside and inside.


Recipe:
(all materials Papertrey Ink)

8 1/2" x 5 1/2" Kraft Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
4" x 5 1/4" Pure Poppy Cardstock
3 3/4" x 5" Patterned Paper from the "Postmarks" Patterned Paper Collection
3" x 4" Rustic Cream Cardstock
"Postmarks," "Tea for Two Additions," and "Inside & Out: Birthday" Stamp Sets
Enchanted Evening, Pure Poppy, Smokey Shadow, & Dark Chocolate Ink
Teacup Die
Pure Poppy Baker's Twine

Monday, April 11, 2011

Birdcage Everyday Pop-Up Card with Video


I found the birdcage from the Everyday Pop-Up Cards cartridge to be pretty easy to make. This time I actually used the card base, which comes out to be a perfect A2 sized card if you size it at 5 1/2".


Again, as you'll see in my video, I used my Gypsy to make layers for the pop-up pieces.


Recipe:

Papertrey Ink Berry Sorbet, Summer Sunrise, and Dark Chocolate Cardscock
Papertrey Ink Distressed Dots Patterned Paper
Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen

Saturday, April 9, 2011

"Love Your Pet" Blog Hop



Welcome to the "Love Your Pet" Blog Hop! This hop is being hosted by Abby from Scrapbookaholic by Abby. If you just arrived here mid-hop, you might want to start at the beginning, at Abby's blog. Abby started this hop to spread awareness that April is the ASPCA's "Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month". They encourage people to "Go Orange for Animals", which is why all of our projects use orange and animals.

I made my card using a 3" dog cut from Nate's ABCs. I gave his ball some texture, blinged his collar up with some gems, and die cut a label for my sentiment from My Creative Time's "Just a Little Note to Say..." stamp set. The sentiment continues on the inside of my card.


Recipe:

8 1/2" x 5 1/2" Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
4" x 5 1/4" Papertrey Ink Aqua Mist Cardstock
3 3/4" x 5" Papertrey Ink Dotty Biscotti Patterned Paper
Core'dinations Cardstock
Papertrey Ink Hawaiian Shores & Orange Zest Cardstock
Cuttlebug "Mesh Texture" & "Stripes" Embossing Folders
Papertrey Ink "Angeled Labels Die Collection"
Papertrey Ink "Label Basics" Stamp Set
My Creative Time's "Just a Little Note to Say..." Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink Hawaiian Shores & Dark Chocolate Ink
Imaginisce Gems
Papertrey Ink Aqua Mist Topnotch Twill Ribbon

If you would like to learn more about the ASPCA, visit their website or go here to donate/become a member. Also, Abby has this super fun blog candy to give away to somebody who leaves a comment on all of the blogs in the hop by the end of Sunday.



Your next stop is the super talented Sandra! Here is the rest of the line-up:

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Umbrella Everyday Pop-Up Card with Video



I haven't found any video tutorials for the Everyday Pop-Up Cards cartridge, so I thought I'd make one myself. I've been having fun experimenting with these cards. So far I've made the flowerbox and the wagon. Today I decided to make the umbrella card. Here is the front of the card. "Showering Thanks" is another cut from this cartridge.


If you have this cartridge, you may be wondering where the pop-up cloud is on my card. I wasn't really sure what to do with the cloud, so I didn't use it. But then I figured it out when I was editing my video, and it's really cute! I added on instructions at the end of the video. Oh, well. I'll use it next time I make it this card.


Be sure to watch the video for instructions.



Recipe:

Papertrey Ink Aqua Mist & Rustic White Cardstock
Core'dinations Cardstock
Bazzill Cardstock
Erin Lee Creative "My Favorite Things" Paper Stack
Papertrey Ink "Background Basics: Gingham" Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink Aqua Mist Ink
Martha Stewart Ribbon Loop Punch
Celebrate It Ribbon

Another Balsa Wood Card


This is my second post today. Be sure to scroll down to see the layout I made for my design team project for My Creative Time.


I'm so excited! The Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog is featuring me today! They wanted to share the card and video that I made using balsa wood with the Imagine (see that post here). They also asked me to make another card using that technique that would fit their "April Showers" challenge for this week: to create a project using an umbrella or hat image.


For my card, I printed an image from the Imagine More cartridge on the balsa wood, and then ran it through my Cuttlebug with the Papertrey Ink Button Card die. "Hey, chica!" is a sentiment I added from My Pink Stamper's Tweetie Hoo Puns set. My fun patterned background paper is also from the Imagine More cartridge.

Recipe:

8 1/2" x 5 1/2" Papertrey Ink Summer Sunrise Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
4" x 5 1/4" Papertrey Ink Terracotta Tile Cardstock
3 3/4" x 5" White Bazzill Cardstock for Imagine Print
Balsa Wood from Joann Fabrics
Papertrey Ink "Button Card" Die
My Pink Stamper's "Tweetie Hoo Puns" Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate Ink
Papertrey Ink Terracotta Tile Topnotch Twill Ribbon
Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen