Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Rustic Tag

Hi Friends:  Today's post is a rustic themed tag - created based on a Mood Board that I created. Please see below for photos, process, challenges, and supplies.  Have a super day!







My Mood Board for this tag:




Process:
I started with a blank manila tag and used embossing paste and a stripe stencil to create my wood-grain background.  Once dry, I used LSG sprays to color the background.  I colored a white doily with the Opal Sea Oats and layered it on the tag.  For a bit of interest, I used Jet Black ink and a script stamp randomly on the tag.  I colored some white and patterned flowers with the LSG sprays and arranged them over the doily.  From my mood board, in addition to the flowers and wood, I wanted to capture the lights, the metal chain on the lantern and some of the vines on the ladder.  I found a floral vine in my stash that had 2 elements I wanted to use - the wood-look vines and some plastic/glass-looking flowers and accents - I thought the flowers would look great hanging from the chain with the light bulb - they reminded me of little twinkle lights that you would hang outdoors.  So, I found some Tim Holtz chain tassels and light bulbs in my stash.  I separated the chains from the tassels, and the flowers from the vines, and used the little hooks to loop around the flowers and attach them to the chain.  I used a piece of silver wire to loop through the light bulb and attach it to the center of the piece of chain that I stapled to the top of the tag.  I stapled more pieces of the chain throughout the tag as shown.  I tucked a few more of the vines and leaves around the paper flowers on top of the doily.  I dry brushed the flowers with a bit of white gesso for highlights.  I added some microbeads to the flowers and areas around them.  I used Distress Black Soot ink to edge the tag and mixed some with water to create some ink splatters.  I colored some Crinkle Ribbon with the LSG sprays and tied it in a bow at the top of the tag.  The Chit Chat words were also colored with LSG sprays and edged with Black Soot, then added to the tag.  I really enjoyed creating this tag and think the mood board was a great inspiration for me!

Challenges Entered (Click on the Caption for the link):
Rustic
More Than Words Facebook Challenge



Supplies Used:
Manila Tag (SSS)
Tim Holtz Layering Stencil STRIPES (SSS)
Tim Holtz Idea-ology CRINKLE RIBBON (SSS)
Tim Holtz Chit Chat Stickers (SSS)
Ranger Archival Ink Pad JET BLACK (SSS)
Wendy Vecchi White Embossing Paste (SSS)
Prima Flowers MESSY Finnabair Clear Stamp (SSS)
Lindy's Stamp Gang Sprays (SSS):  Mission Bells Brown, Cattail Copper Brown, Pretty in Pink Pink, Opal Sea Oats
Distress Ink - Black Soot (SSS)
Liquitex Gesso (Amazon)
Tim Holtz Chain Tassels and Light Bulbs
Recollections: Microbeads - Champagne, Floral Stem Embellishments, Flowers
Other:  White doily, silver wire

Monday, September 26, 2016

Halloween Tag

Hi Friends:  Today's post is a Halloween tag.  Since the spooky season is fast approaching, I thought it was a great theme for the techniques I'm using.  Please see below for photos, process, challenges, and supplies.  Have a super day!





Process:
This tag uses the 2 techniques in the Tim Holtz September 2016 tag:  Distress Patina and Alcohol Ink Resist.  As in the tag post, it also uses the distress ink stamp resist on yupo.  I started with a blank tag and used Distress Paints to create the Distress Patina effect.  I also used the technique on the Alpha Part used on the tag.  I used Distress Inks to add some shading and did some water splatters to the background.  Next, I got out my yupo and played with my Alcohol Inks.  I colored the background with inks and let them get all marbly - love it!  Then I used the skeleton stamp from the Retro Halloween set, inked it with 2 colors of  Archival inks, stamped on top of the alcohol inked yupo, then wiped the stamp clear to show the resist.  Cool!  I used the Measured Layering Stencil with alcohol Blending Solution to create the resist technique.  Once done, I used my sewing machine to stitch the yupo to my tag.  Then I embellished with Index Labels, Reinforcers (edged with Black Soot), Label Letters, Wishbones, a Mini Plaquette and Gallery Industrious stickers (both inked with the same Alcohol Inks), the inked Alpha Part, a Trinket Pin and some black brads.  To attach the wishbone to the trinket pin, I wrapped it with some silver wire that I inked with the Alcohol Inks.  I used some Distress Stains to dye the ribbon and added it to the tag.  I wanted the tag to look a bit more tattered and worn, so I distressed the edges with my distress tool and added some scratches to the yupo.  I finished with more Black Soot ink around the edges.  Note:  I deliberately used the numbers in the stencil, Plaquette, and Trinket Pin to get at the "spooky" 13 & 31 dates.  This was lots of fun to create - I got to use some of my alcohol inks, which I love, and try some new techniques!

Challenges Entered (Click on the Caption for the link):

12 Tags - September 2016
HLS - Distress














Supplies Used:
Tim Holtz Alcohol Inks:  Pitch Black and Butterscotch (SSS)
Tim Holtz Distress Paint:  RUSTY HINGEWild HoneyBlack Soot, and Tarnished Brass (SSS)
Distress Stain: Rusty Hinge and Vintage Photo  (SSS)
Distress Ink: Black Soot and Carved Pumpkin (SSS)
Archival Ink:  Jet Black (SSS) and Dandelion (Amazon)
Tim Holtz Reinforcers

Other:  silver wire, black enamel brads

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Recipe - Baking Joy

Hi Friends:  Today's post is a layout of my daughter baking cookies when she was about 5 years old. Please see below for photos, process, challenges, and supplies.  Have a super day!





Process:
I prepped the paper with clear gesso.  Once dry, I used a stencil and embossing paste to randomly apply texture to the page.  After more drying, I used several red sprays to add color around the stenciled areas to help them stand out & make them shimmer.  I tore the edges of the paper & used a distress tool to distress them a bit more.  I used the Messy words stamp around the page to add a bit more interest,  I cut my white doilies using a combination of dies to make them look a bit more like snowflake doilies, then layered them on my background.  I added the sugar cookie recipe (I like that I use the same recipe that I apparently loved as a kid!), and the photo. I added some ribbon to a pocket tag and tucked it behind the recipe.  The holly leaves were 2 different bright green colors, so I added some red/orange distress inks to get them to a more olive color to match the color of the tag and added them around the photos.  The key word for the challenge is Delight, so I used the synonym Joy on my page - I added a charm, photo holder, and rub-on letters to/near the photo.  I found some lovely, sparkly red flowers and leaves in my stash and added them to the page.  For badges/flairs, I used a couple of metal pinch tabs - one in the center of the flowers and the other tucked over the tag pocket.  I added some perle thread to the edges of the page and added a transparency circle over the area where the threads cross.  I added some Black Soot to the edges of the page, layered the primary page to a striped background paper, then added some splatters with Black Soot ink and the white Color Shine.  I finished the page with a few bits of lace tucked behind some of the tears in the background.

Challenges Entered (Click on the Caption for the link):

Delight and Recipe

Going Round In Circles


Supplies Used:
Distress Inks (SSS):  Black Soot, Fired Brick, Dried Marigold, Fossilized Amber
Beacon 3 IN 1 ADVANCED CRAFT GLUE (SSS)
Wendy Vecchi Embossing Paste (SSS)
Heidi Swapp WHITE Color Shine (SSS)
Ranger Archival Ink Pad JET BLACK (SSS)
Prima Flowers MESSY Finnabair Clear Stamp (SSS)
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, Red Velvet (Amazon)
Glimmer Mist Burnt Red (Amazon)
Ranger Perfect Pearls Mists, Interference Red (Amazon)
Ranger Perfect Pearls Mists, Forever Red (Amazon)
Clear Scraps Quatrefoil Stencil (Amazon)
DCWV The Christmas Stack papers
Making Memories: Rub-Ons - Beach - White; Mixed Die-Cuts - Mistletoe; Advent Calendar Kit
Wyla lace
Jolee's Holly embellishments
DMC Cotton Perle
Nested Scallop Die
Karen Foster Christmas Pinch tabs
Liquitex clear gesso
Other:  flowers and leaves, ribbon, charms, buttons, white cardstock


Remember Moments Canvas

Hi Friends:  Today's post is a mixed media canvas of my daughter when she was about 5.  I love this picture and wanted to add it to a layout and decided that a canvas would be the perfect format.  Please see below for photos, process, and supplies.  Have a super day!







Process:
I started with a blank 8X10 canvas.  I used crackle paste and a stencil to add the hearts around the canvas.  Once dry, I added some Grungeboard swirls to the canvas and covered them with white gesso and let that dry.  I tucked some cheesecloth around the swirls for some added interest.  Next, I got out some of my favorite LSG sprays and colored the background with lots of shimmery color.  I grabbed several flowers from my stash, covered them with gesso so I could change the color, then sprayed them with the same LSG sprays.  The main flowers are topped with some shimmery foils.  I covered the Cabinet Card Frame with clear gesso, dried it, then colored it with the LSG Magicals and added the photo.  I used some spare cardboard to lift the picture on the canvas, then tucked the flowers in and around the frame.  For the wood title and heart, I used Versamark ink and embossed them with the LSG embossing powders to match the colors on the canvas, then glued them in place.  I added the charms, metals, jewelry pieces, brads, and other embellishments. To alter the color of the top jewelry piece, Philosophy Tag (Cherish), and the swirls, I rubbed them with silver Inka Gold and buffed the color to a nice shine.  The Grungeboard heart was painted with silver 3-D stamp paint and tucked between some flowers.  I colored the crinkle ribbon with the Blue Hawaiian Blue LSG spray, added another token, and glued it on top of the heart.  I added some metal mesh to the bottom left corner, then I was ready to add the seed beads around the swirls, the center flower, and the bottom corner, over the mesh.  For highlights on the flowers, instead of using gesso, I rubbed a bit of the inka gold on them.  This project was lots of fun - I love the shimmery sprays and seed beads!


Supplies Used:
Tim Holtz Idea-ology CABINET CARD FRAMES (SSS)
Tim Holtz Idea-ology TIMEPIECES (SSS)
Tim Holtz Idea-ology TYPED TOKENS (SSS)
Tim Holtz Idea-ology NATURE Adornments Metal Charms (SSS)
Tim Holtz Idea-ology PHILOSOPHY TAGS Hardware Metal Charm (SSS)
Tim Holtz Idea-ology CRINKLE RIBBON (SSS)
Versamark Ink (SSS)
Beacon 3 IN 1 ADVANCED CRAFT GLUE (SSS)
Lindy's Stamp Gang DRINK ME SILLY Magicals (SSS)Sprays (Amazon), and Embossing Powders (Amazon)
Grungeboard Elements (Amazon)
Viva Decor 3D Stamp Paint, Silver (Amazon)
Viva Decor SILVER Inka Gold (SSS)
Liquitex Gesso, Clear Gesso, and Super Heavy Gesso (Amazon)
Liquitex Matte Gel (Amazon)
Dress It Up Bright Foils
Making Memories Aluminum Metal Mesh
Recollections Mixed Media Hearts
Blue Moon Metal Pendants - Key
Heidi Swapp Hearts stencil
Other:  Seed beads, metal charms, ribbon, buttons, jewelry pieces, wooden words, cheesecloth, heat gun, brads

Monday, September 19, 2016

CYP - Hello Girl Card

Hi Friends:  There is a new challenge today over at the Craft Your Passion Challenges blog, where the challenge is Always Anything Goes, and any handcrafted items are welcome.

Please visit our fabulous sponsor this week, Julia Spiri, to see all of their wonderful products!

My creation for this week is a card using the fabulous digital stamp called Little Girl with Hat.  I am still reluctant to let summer slip away, so I used some lovely summery papers and colors.

I hope that you are inspired by my creation and will join us over at the CYP blog to see the creations of the other design team members and enter for your chance to win a great prize from our sponsor.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great CRAFTY day!



Process:
I printed the image onto PRISM smooth white cardstock and colored her with my Copic markers, then cut the image into an oval using my Creative Memories cutting tools.  For the layers, I used the Sunsplashed papers on an A7 card base - all edges were inked with brown chalk ink.  The bottom layer was embossed with the Floral Garland embossing folder and I used the Carved Pumpkin ink pad to color the raised portions.  From the striped paper in the pack, I cut a scalloped oval to frame the focal image.  I used the floral garland die to cut the garland several times to layer directly over the scalloped oval frame, then glued the focal image to the frame, and layered it onto the card front with fun foam for dimension.  I used the same papers to cut several flowers using the Tiny Tattered Florals dies, rolled them with the included tool, then, for added fullness, layered them over some older Prima Got Flowers from my stash.  (You can always bring new life to some of these older supplies!)  I used some gems for the flower centers and layered them around the focal image.  I cut the "Hello" word from black cardstock and added it to the panel.  For a bit more interest, I added some used, frayed dryer sheet behind the scalloped oval, and finished with a bow at the bottom.

Supplies Used:
Julie Spiri digital stamp Little Girl with Hat
Tim Holtz Distress Mini Ink Pad CARVED PUMPKIN (SSS)
Tim Holtz Sizzix TINY TATTERED FLORALS Thinlits Dies (SSS)
Clearsnap ColorBox Fluid Chalk Cat's Eye Inkpad, Dark Brown (Amazon)
Impression Obsession Greeting Set die (Hello) (Amazon)
Spellbinders Grand Calibur Nestabilities Dies, Scalloped Ovals (Amazon)
Copic Markers (SSS):
  Skin/Lips/Eyes:  E000, E01, E11, R20, R85, B14, B18
  Hair:  Y11, Y21, E55
  Hat / Flowers:  R37, YR04, YR07, YR65, YR68, R35, R37, YG13, YG67
  Dress/Socks/Shoes:  R37, BG45, BG48, BG15, E57, E59
  Cat:  N2, N3, N6, 0
Clearsnap ColorBox Fluid Chalk Cat's Eye Inkpad, Dark Brown (Amazon)
We-R-Memory Keepers Sunsplashed designer paper pack
Prima Got Flowers
Floral Garland die from Quick Cards Made Easy
Anna Griffin embossing folder - Floral Garland
PRISM smooth white cardstock
A7 Card Base
Creative Memories oval cutting tools


Other:  ribbon, gems, used dryer sheet, black cardstock

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Princess Birthday Card

Hi Friends:  There is a new challenge today over at the Crafting When We Can Challenges Blog, where the current theme is Favorite Medium (pencils, pens, paint etc).

Please visit our fabulous sponsor this week, Star Stampz, to see all of their wonderful products!

My creation for this week is a Princess Birthday card.

I hope that you are inspired by my creation and will join us over at the CWWC blog to see the creations of the other design team members and enter for your chance to win a great prize from our sponsor.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great CRAFTY day!



Process:
I printed the digital image onto smooth white cardstock, then fussy-cut her and colored her with LSG Magicals and Sprays (one of my favorite mediums - you know how I love the sparkle!)  On a separate panel of watercolor paper, I used a flourish stencil and embossing paste to add a beautiful embossed image to the background.  Then I colored the background with the same LSG Magicals and Sprays. To create the card, I layered papers from the Prima Rondelle collection onto a blank A2 card.   I used a border punch to decorate the top of the mat panel. I cut my words using the dies and Slice cartridge, then added them to the image and the colored panel.  I added some ribbon and a princess crown charm to the watercolor panel and added it to the card.  The bow was made using the fork technique - I have a whole stash of them that my daughter made because she was fascinated with the technique.  I used some foam dots to pop the image up from the watercolor panel, then finished off with gems to dot the "i's" and add some more glimmer around the card.


Supplies Used:
O is for Owls digital image from Melonheadz
Spellbinders CELEBRATION In'spire Die (SSS)
Core'dination WHITE Smooth A2 Cards And Envelopes (SSS)
Lindy's Stamp Gang SWEET TREATS Magicals Set (SSS) & sprays: Blazing Sun, Burnished Brass, Dark Chocolate Truffle, Cotton Candy Pink, Milk Chocolate Brown, Creme Brulee Cream
HERO ARTS STENCIL LEAF & FLOURISH (SSS)
Wendy Vecchi Embossing Paste WHITE (SSS)
Making Memories Slice Design Card Nursery Rhymes (Amazon)
PRISM smooth white cardstock
Martha Stewart border punch
Prima Rondelle 6X6 paper collection

Other:  gems, ribbon, charm, watercolor paper

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Wheelie Special Birthday

Hi Friends:  Today's post is a birthday card using a new stamp and die set that I wanted to try.  I love these AI Wobblers!  Please see below for photos, process, challenges, and supplies.  Have a super day!



Process:
I started by stamping the images onto PRISM smooth white cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and coloring it with my Spectrum Noir markers.  I fussy cut the image, then cut the shaker image using the included die and attached it over the base image with the included mini shaker.  I added some Wink of Stella clear glitter to parts of the image for a bit of sparkle.  For the base panel, I used a bit of watercolor paper, and colored the sky background and ground using Distress inks, then I added the shaker image to the panel.  I used the dies to cut the stars and "Zoom" from black cardstock, added them to the panel, then added some more Wink of Stella sparkle to them.  For the background, I used several sheets of the KI Metro Garden paper pad and layered the image over them.  (There's some machine stitching there for added interest/texture.)  I stamped the sentiment onto the KI paper using the Memento ink and cut it with a banner die & added it to the image panel.  I finished the card off with a few more black stars on the background strip.


Challenges Entered (Click on the Caption for the link):
Stamp It
Stamp It













Supplies Used:
Spectrum Noir Markers (SSS):  Skin: FS2, FS9, TN2, CR3; Clothes: TB2, TB4, TB6, TN2, TN3, TN4, TN5, TN8, IG1, IG3, IG4, BG4, CG3, FL3; Hair: TN3, TN8; Other: GB4, GB6
Memento TUXEDO BLACK INK PAD (SSS)
ZIG Wink of Stella GLITTER CLEAR Brush Tip Marker (SSS)
Art Impressions WHEELIE Mini Shaker Clear Stamps and Dies (SSS)
Distress Ink pads (SSS) in Ground Espresso and Weathered Wood
Core'dination WHITE Smooth A2 Cards And Envelopes (SSS)

PRISM smooth white cardstock, watercolor paper, black cardstock
KI Memories “Metro Garden” 6x6 paper pad
Stampin' Up! Banners Framelits Dies

Monday, September 5, 2016

Birthday Balloons

Hi Friends:  There is a new challenge today over at the Craft Your Passion Challenges blog, where the challenge is Always Anything Goes, and any handcrafted items are welcome.

Please visit our fabulous sponsor this week, The East Wind, to see all of their wonderful products!

My creations for this week are 2 cards using the Aurora Balloons digital stamp,

I hope that you are inspired by my creations and will join us over at the CYP blog to see the creations of the other design team members and enter for your chance to win a great prize from our sponsor.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great CRAFTY day!

Card 1:



Card 2:



Process:  Both cards started with printing the image onto PRISM smooth white cardstock.

Card 1:  I wanted to try using my Lindy's Stamp Gang Magicals to randomly color the focal image. First, I ran the panel through my Minc machine to add some rose gold foil to the image.  I used my fan brush to add the Magicals to the panel and spritz them with water.  I just love the way the colors sparkle and shine.  I used a SSS die to cut the panel and the scalloped frame, then stitched around the focal panel with my sewing machine.  I used a stitched rectangle die to cut the base panel from my patterned paper and layered it on an A2 card base. I glued the scallop border to the base panel, then used a fun foam panel to mount the focal panel to the center.  To finish, I added a sentiment sticker.

Card 2:  Since we all know that I'm a fanatic for shimmer, I colored the focal image with my Pearlescent watercolor paints.  Once complete, I cut the panel using a stitched rectangle die.  I used a larger stitched rectangle die to cut the base panel from my patterned paper, wrapped it with bakers twine, and layered it on an A2 card base.  I cut another panel with a scalloped rectangle die, stitched the edges with my sewing machine, and layered it over the base panel.  I cut a doily using a Prima die and layered it on the card before adding fun foam to the back of the focal panel and attaching it to the card front.  I cut a birthday sentiment from black cardstock and added it to the bottom of the card, then finished the card off with a charm attached with the baker's twine bow.

Supplies Used:
Other Dies:  Scalloped Rectangle nesting die
BasicGrey Out of Print 6X6 paper pad
Other:  baker's twine, charm, PRISM smooth white cardstock, black cardstock, word sticker

Sunday, September 4, 2016

Delight In Love

Hi Friends:  Today's post is a tag that was really fun to create - I got to play with some of my favorite things.  Please see below for photos, process, challenges, and supplies.  Have a super day!







Process:
I started by prepping the tag with gesso.  I wanted to incorporate the hearts, colors, wood-look, and the yarn from the mood board, so I used a Teresa Collins stencil with some embossing paste to add the hearts.  While the paste was still wet, I used the edge of my palette knife to add the lines in the hearts.  Although I should have done this first, the next thing I did was add the random machine stitching on the tag - the stitching surrounds all of the hearts and the entire tag, kind of representing how love holds us all together.  Next, I played with my LSG sprays - we all know how much I love the shimmer and shine of these sprays.  The tag is really beautiful in person - it's always so hard to capture that shimmer in a photo.  I sprayed the colors and let them move along the tg & around the hearts.  I wanted the hearts to look a bit more like white-washed wood, so I used some gesso to alternating sections of the hearts, then used a bit more color on the opposite sections.  Once I was happy with the background and the hearts, I added some splatters with the LSG colors, Black Soot Distress crayon, gesso, and some of the Heidi Swapp white Color Shine.   I wanted the hearts to stand out a bit more, so I used an Inktense pencil and some Black Soot Distress Crayons to outline them - love the way that turned out.  I also used the Black Soot around the edge of the entire tag.  I originally added the yarn around the tag, but I didn't really like that effect, so I made a inter-twined heart out of silver wire and the fibers, and sort of centered it on the tag.  (I tied some knots in the yarn to get it to look more chunky like the fibers in the mood board.)  For a bit more interest, I added some stamping with a Prima stamp and Jet Black archival ink.  I used the same outlining process on the Chit Chat stickers that I attached inside the wire heart - I used the kraft ones to add to the wood/beige-colored look from the board.  And I finished off with a few clear Dew Drops, and some more yarn & fibers tied to the top of the tag.  What fun!


Challenges Entered (Click on the Caption for the link):
Mixed Media Moods Board
It's a Stitch Up









Anything Goes
Supplies Used:
Lindy's Stamp Gang sprays (SSS): Bachelor Button Blue, Tibetan Poppy Teal, Sassy Sapphire
Glossy Accents (SSS) - to attach the Dew Drops

Other:  Liquitex gesso, yarn, fibers, sewing machine, silver wire, manila tag

CWWC - Birthday Cards

Hi Friends:  There is a new challenge today over at the Crafting When We Can Challenges Blog, where the current theme is Happy Birthday.

Please visit our fabulous sponsor this week, Karleigh Sue, to see all of their wonderful products!

My creations for this week are 2 cards using these digital stamps: Its My Birthday and Poodle Skirt 2015.

I hope that you are inspired by my creations and will join us over at the CWWC blog to see the creations of the other design team members and enter for your chance to win a great prize from our sponsor.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great CRAFTY day!

Card 1:




Card 2:




Process:  For both cards, I started by printing the images onto smooth white cardstock.

Card 1:  I colored the image with Copic Markers (listed below).  Once complete, I added a bit of sparkle to her lips using my Stardust clear glitter pen, and some Glossy Accents to the ice cream glass.  This card uses the MME I covered a base A7 card with the plaid paper, then cut the Moroccan border die from a beige glitter paper and layered the borders over the base layer.  I cut the Flourish Pattern die from the brown and teal dot paper and layered it in the center.  I popped my image up with fun foam and centered it on the card.  I died some crinkle ribbon and lace with Stormy Sky and Broken China Distress Stains and added them to the card.  I added some flowers in the corner, then stamped the words onto white cardstock with brown chalk ink,cut them with a mini tag punch, and added them under the flowers.

Card 2:  I wanted to use my LSG magicals again, so I foiled the image with rose gold foil, then sprayed water and tapped on the Mermaid Seashells and let them move across the page.  As usual, the camera doesn't capture the shimmer very well - it's beautiful in person.  This card uses the MME Cambridge Court paper pad in the background.  I layered a card base with the striped paper, then cut the Flourish 2 die from the floral pattern paper & added them to the corners of the card.  I added ribbon accented with stars, then layered the focal image to the center with fun foam.  I added a bit of gauzy dryer sheet material to the back of the focal image. To finish, I added the Best Wishes sticker to the bottom.

Supplies Used:
Karleigh Sue: It's My Birthday and Poodle Skirt 2015 digital images
Tim Holtz Idea-ology CRINKLE RIBBON (SSS)
Distress Ink Stain BROKEN CHINA (SSS)
Distress Ink Stain STORMY SKY (SSS)
Sakura Stardust CLEAR GLITTER PENS (SSS)
GLOSSY ACCENTS (SSS)
Therm O Web ROSE GOLD Deco Foil (SSS)
Lindy's Stamp Gang MERMAID SEASHELLS Magicals Set (SSS)
Spellbinders Shapeabilities D-Lites Fantastic Flourish 2 (Amazon)
Spellbinders Shapeabilites Moroccan Accents Die (Amazon)
Recollections Embellishments Flowers (Amazon)
Spellbinders VINTAGE FLOURISH PATTERN DIE (ODB)
My Mind's Eye Cambridge Court paper pad
My Mind's Eye Glittered Paper pad
Stampin' Up!:  Baja Breeze ribbon, tag punch, "happy" and "birthday" stamps
PRISM smooth white cardstock
A7 and 5.5 X 6 white card bases
Copic Markers:  0, R20, R85, R89, E000, E01, E09, E11, E18, E31, E33, E35, E37, E51, E55, BG13,  BG15, Y21, YR24, C1, C4, BG18, B41, B45
Other:  used dryer sheet, gems, word stickers, brown chalk ink, brad