Monday, August 31, 2009

Paper Makeup Stamps Monday Challenge

Hi everyone! It's been a few days since I've posted something here. I was busy this weekend. On Saturday I went to the Stamp Scrap Art Tour show that came to our local county fairgrounds. I went with my friends Cheryl Rowley and Tracy Harp. We had fun browsing all the booths, doing some make-and-takes, seeing some old friends, and meeting some new ones. We met Jane Wetzel who was there with Our Daily Bread Designs doing a make-and-take. It turns out she is on the Copic Creations DT with Cheryl Rowley! It was fun for the two "cyber friends" to finally meet! And one of the girls from my SU club, Judith Starks, won $250 in gift certificates to spend at the event! Congrats Judith! I bought some stamps and tonic scissors from Tim Holtz that are FABULOUS! They cut through the rubber and EZ-Mount like butter! Literally!

So today is Monday and it's
Paper Makeup Stamps Monday challenge. Today we have an inspiration from Shaela Odd and she chose this fabulous website called Carrie's Cakes that is full of wedding cakes for our inspiration. I love wedding cakes! I used to make them for about five years or so. I had my own little cake business. I'll have to share some of those pictures someday. (You can see one I made last year for my nephew's wedding here.) I loved making them, so this inspiration was fun for me! I chose this cake called Noelle.

Isn't it a beautiful cake? I love the square shape...very contemporary for a wedding cake, and I also love the monochromatic look and, of course, that fantastic bow! So this is what I came up with for my card. It's sort of an aerial view of the cake, since I couldn't get the 3-D effect with a card. I used the two flourishes from Dream Big by PMS stamped in So Saffron. It gave me the monochromatic look I needed. The top part of the cake has swiss dots on it, so that is what I did with my final layer. The bow is also So Saffron in a grosgrain pattern. The Congratulations sentiment (also from PMS) was stamped in So Saffron and cut and embossed with a die. I added the pearls in the corners and on the sentiment even though there weren't any in the inspiration piece. It just fancied it up a bit. I had to go to a wedding this past Friday, and bought a card because I didn't have time to make one! This would have been perfect! Her girls were dressed in a champagne color. That'll teach me to not have one on hand! LOL!

You should stop by the PMS blog and see what the other DT has done with this inspiration. Outstanding cards once again! You should also stop by their blogs to see what cake they chose to use as their inspiration! (Their names are listed on my sidebar...just click on their names to get to their blogs.) It's fun to see what someone has taken away from an inspiration piece! I love these challenges! Thanks Shaela!

Well, thanks again for stopping by today! There's lots going on this week...tomorrow is the Artful INKables Think Ink Tuesday challenge and Wednesday begins the sneaks for Paper Makeup Stamps September release! Some fun and different images coming, so make sure you check it out! Have a great week!
Stamps: Dream Big and sentiment (PMS)

Paper: PTI vintage cream, So Saffron (SU)
Ink: So Saffron
Accessories: So Saffron grosgrain ribbon, pearls, die, dimensionals

Friday, August 28, 2009

Paper Makeup Stamps Friday Freebie

Hi all! Paper Makeup Stamps has another Friday Freebie for you. Unfortunately, I don't have a sample, but you can see what some of the DT has done by hopping on over to the PMS blog. It's another great wordart! Thanks for stopping by!

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Muchas Gracias

My best friend, Maria, was having her family over yesterday afternoon because one of her cousins was in from out of town, and she invited me to visit with them. We grew up together and her family is like my second family. They are a wonderfully crazy family and I so enjoy their company. They are Mexican-American and I thought this South of the Border card would be a nice way to thank Maria for a nice afternoon.
This South of the Border set is one of the new releases from Artful Inkables. It's full of really cute images! I stamped the armadillo (which I had to Google to see how to color him...I exaggerated his colors because amradillos are all grey and too boring!), then masked it and stamped the cactus so it appears to be behind the armadillo. I used copic markers to color the image. I sponged in the sky and clouds with cool carribean ink (retired SU in color). The sketch is cool, isn't it? It's from yesterday's sketch challenge on SCS.

I used Basic Grey's Lime Rickey dp for this because of the bright colors. The striped dp reminded me of a Mexican blanket, so I created the "fringe" on the bottom with a new EK Success icicle border punch. I really like the way this card came together...not much thinking involved. Sometimes I play for hours before I'm satisfied with the outcome of a card! Crazy!

I've slowly been getting back to my classroom this week. I moved into a new room and had lots of boxes to unpack. I'm going back today to hopefully get my bulletin boards seems like it's never-ending! I have a wedding to go to tomorrow, so I'll have a wedding card to post. Thanks for stopping by today.

Stamps: South of the Border (Artful Inkables)
Paper: PTI white and pure poppy; Lime Rickey (Basic Grey)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, real red, yo yo yellow
Copic Markers: E21, 33, 35, 51, 53; YR23, 24; Y08, 18; G09, 28, 29; R11, 24; W-1, 3, 5, 7
Accessories: EK Success icicle border punch, nesties, dew drops, yellow and star dust stickles, dimensionals

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Happy Harvest

Have you been enjoying the cards I've been making with these new sets by Anna Wight for Whipper Snapper as much as I've been enjoying making them? Fall is my favorite season, and these sets really have been a joy to work with. I'll have more this week because there are three releases this month and each one has so many stamps that allow you to make a bunch of different cards! Here's another I made with Farm Fresh. Doesn't this card just scream fall? It makes me happy! I started this card with the sketch. I saw Gina K do a card on a Stamp TV episode and fell in love with it! She even gave the dimensions of each of the pieces, so it made my job really easy (she's so thorough!)! The sketch also allowed me to use six on of the sixteen stamps in this set! The dp is PTI's new paper called Autumn Abundance and it's mounted on SU's new in color dusty durango. The ivory is PTI's vintage cream. All the images are colored with MANY copic markers! It's amazing how many you have to use to get all the shading! Love them! I added star dust stickles (of course) to the images for some sparkle. I also used lots of dimensionals on this card! The brads broke up all the squares.

If you haven't visited the Whipper Snapper Featured Designer gallery on SCS, you really should. The girls have been cranking out some beauties with these sets!

Oh, by the way, did you know that I was chosen as the Featured Stamper on the Color Throwdown blog this week for this card? The colors were just so me, and I had a great image to work with (it's still free until tomorrow!) from Paper Makeup Stamps. You can still pick it up here. How fun is that? Thanks for choosing my card, ladies!

Thanks for stopping in today. Tomorrow I'll have something for you from Artful Inkables, so please visit again.

Stamps: Farm Fresh (Whipper Snapper)
Paper: Vintage cream and Autumn Abundance dp (PTI), dusty durango (SU)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, chocolate chip
Copic Markers: E15, 18, 27, 29, 31, 37, 97; YG00, 13, 17; G09, 16, 29; C-3, 5, 7; Y15, 17; YR16, 68
Accessories: Nesties. brads, star dust stickles, dimensionals


I have another card done with Anna Wight's new stamp set called Singing Cowboy that was released yesterday at Whipper Snapper. Great set...tons of options!I purchased the paper just for this set. I just loved the denim and the paisley print western! I tried to do actual stitching with this little "sewing machine" I purchased long ago for about $10, but I wasn't having any luck at all...and I tried it twice! So I ended up going with the faux much easier! I used the Mojo Monday sketch from yesterday for the layout. This singing cowboy was colored with copics, and I added some sparkle with a Sakura star dust glitter pen. I even added it to the dp.

You have to see what the other Feature Designers have done with the three new sets Anna designed. You can find them on SCS at the Whipper Snapper Featured Designer gallery. They are fabulous! Thanks for stopping in today and for your nice comments! Stop by again tomorrow for another one done with Anna's sets! See you then!

Stamps: Singing Cowboy (Whipper Snapper)
Paper: Neenah white, night of navy, The Paper Studio (from Hobby Lobby)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, night of navy
Copic Markers: E00, 02, 15, 18; B39, 45; R27, 35, 59; C-1, 3, 5; Y17
Accessories: Nesties, PTI ribbon, sakura glitter pen, brads, white gel pen, paper piercer, dimensionals

Monday, August 24, 2009

Whipper Snapper New Release!

I have another post after this one for the PMS Monday Challenge, so please make sure you see that as well!

So today is the release of three (yes THREE!) new sets by Anna Wight for Whipper Snapper. One is called the Singing Cowboy, another is Farm Fresh, and the last is Turkey Time. I used a combination of stamps from the Singing Cowboy and Farm Fresh to make my card. Here are the two sets I used.

As you can see, I used the post and wire fence and the bird from Singing Cowboy and the barn and sentiment from Farm Fresh. These remind me of the scenery I see on the ride to our cabin in the country. I just love seeing the barns, cows, and crops on the countryside. It's just so comforting to me. And that sentiment? Think "Green Acres" with Eddie Albert singing, "farrrrrRmm livin' is the life for me!" Are you going to be singing that all day now? LOL!

Ok, back to the card! It's colored with copics and the bird is popped up for dimension. I added star dust stickles on a few places on the images to make them sparkle (I love sparkle!). I copied Anna's banner for my sentiment. She does this quite often and I love the look! The "stitching" on the top and bottom is a retired stamp from SU called All in a Row.

You can see more of the sets that the other Featured Designers have done by going to the SCS Whipper Snapper Feature Designer gallery here. I'll be featuring more this week, so please stop by again. Have a great week and see you soon!

Stamps: Singing Cowboy and Farm Fresh (Whipper Snapper)
Paper: Neenah white, black, Bitty Dot Basics dp (PTI)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black
Copic Markers: E16, 27, 33, 35; Y11, 18; R27, 59; C-1, 5; B32; G09
Accessories: Nesties, button, floss, star dust stickles, metal dots, paper piercer, dimensionals

PMS Monday Challenge

It's Monday, so we have a new Paper Makeup Stamps Monday challenge for you. This week, Mindy Baxter drew up a sketch for us. It's a great one!I sort of deviated from the sketch a bit. My sentiment was an oval instead of the rectangle, and it didn't leave me room for the three dots on the bottom. But I just think it's still so cute!I chose to use the cute fairy called Baby Gabe because I hadn't inked him up yet and he fit nicely in the circle! The dp is from The Paper Studio which I purchased at Hobby Lobby. I added the bashful blue strips embossed with circles (to mimic the bubbles) on either side of the main image, which was matted with chocolate chip run through a pinking circle nestie. The sentiment is from PTI, and I added the blue bows on either side of the image. The bubbles in the tub have star dust stickles all over them, and the bubbles floating in the air have crystal effects on them. Very shiny!

For more inspiration, you can visit the PMS blog to see what the DT have done with this sketch. We hope you can play in our challenge, and if you do, please link your direct post to Mr. Linky on the
PMS blog. If you post to SCS, please use the keywords PMSMC25. You don't have to use PMS stamps, but if you do, use the keywords Paper Makeup Stamps and pmsgallerychal. You may have the chance of designing your own fairy and having it named after you! This challenge runs until August 31, so hurry and get your entries in! Thanks for stopping in today!
Stamps: Baby Gabe (PMS), Bitty Baby Blessings (PTI)
Paper: Neenah white, chocolate chip, bashful blue, The Paper Studio dp
Ink: Memento tuxedo black
Copic Markers: C-1, 3, 5; B00, 32; E00, 02; R20
Accessories: Nesties, grosgrain ribbon, star dust stickles, crystal stickles, embossing folder, large and small oval punches, dimensionals

Sunday, August 23, 2009

You're the Sweetest

Happy Sunday! I have a card to show you from last week's Paper Makeup Stamps Monday Challenge that I got around to doing. I've been a bit behind because of my vacation! Meli Mitchell challenged us to use green, blue, and black. Fun color combo to use! The black really grounds them.I used Sprinkles and Cherries from PMS. I wanted to paper piece the cupcake, so I went through my stash of paper and found this retired dp from SU called Cutie Pie. I followed the SCS sketch from this week as well. I put Star Dust Stickles on the dp to make it sparkle and shine!

Tomorrow we have another challenge for you from Mindy Baxter. It's also release day for three new sets from Anna Wight! Let me tell you that they are fabulous! When I saw them, I was so excited to ink them up! They are being released by Whipper Snapper, and Anna's been sneaking some of them on her blog, so if you're curious you can take a peek at her blog.

Thanks for stopping in, and please make sure you come back tomorrow for my two posts!

Stamps: Sprinkles and Cherries
Paper: Neenah white, bashful blue, black, Cutie Pie dp (retired SU)
Ink: Memento black, certainly celery
Accessories: Certainly celery grosgrain ribbon, circles embossing folder, star dust stickles, sentiment die, dimensionals

Saturday, August 22, 2009

My Time Template Challenge

I'm not fond of these words...Back to School! I know that moms love these words, but teachers...not so much! It means my free time is over, and I love my free time! Oh well, on to this week's challenge.

Pam suggested using a back to school theme for this week's My Time Template Challenge. I have a five-year-old nephew, Ethan, who will begin Kindergarten this September, and I had made a card for an inspiration challenge a while back that I was saving to give to him for his first day of school (you can see the orginal post here). So I decided to combine that card with this challenge and made this lunchbox for Ethan. I used Lauren Meader's Let's Do Lunch template and coordinated it with the card. The dp is from Graphic 45's Playtimes Past collection.I placed the dp on the sides and top of the lid. Then I added the so saffron grosgrain ribbon to finish it off. I also decorated the black handle with the same ribbon. The latch was punched with the round tab punch in real red and I added a black PTI button on top. The checkerboard dp on the bottom is from the same collection, however it's a punchout.So here's a picture of all the goodies his aunt is loading in there! I tried to purchase healthy snacks, but couldn't pass up the Mini Oreos! We aunts have the right to spoil them, right? Ok, so here's a picture with a real healthy snack.So can you see a little Kindergartener giving this to his teacher on the first day of school? He'd be in like Flynn with me! LOL!!!

Now you should stop by the My Time DT blogs and see what they've created for their back to school projects. I know some of them are jumping for joy that it's this time of the year! LOL!! Here are links to their blogs.

If you decide to play, please link your DIRECT POST to Mr. Linky on Lauren's blog. You have to chance to be highlighted on Lauren's blog next week in her My Time to Shine spotlight. If you upload to SCS, please use the keywords MTTC05.

Thanks for stopping in today and have a great weekend!

Friday, August 21, 2009

Freebie Friday at Paper Makeup Stamps

Well it's Friday and that means Paper Makeup Stamps has another FREE digi wordart for you. You can pick it up here on the PMS blog and it will be available free for a week before it goes away and you'll have to pay for it! It's a beautiful saying by Leonardo da Vinci.
When I first saw it, I thought of doing a clean and simple card, but it sort of got complicated along the way! I used the Mojo sketch from yesterday and the color combo from the Color Throwdown blog. They chose three of the new SU in-colors: bermuda bay, soft suede, and dusty durango. I matched up this Marrakech dp from Basic Grey. All the layers were distressed with soft suede ink and I used the dusty durango polka dot ribbon. The flower is from the Friendly Flowers set from PMS. I just loaded the stamp with dusty durango ink, stamped off then stamped on my circle. I didn't want the image to be too strong...the wordart was the focal point of this card. I finished off the bow with a PTI button strung with some floss in a rust color.

So why don't you head on over to the PMS blog and pick up your FREE wordart? We'd love to see what you do with it, too, so please leave a link to your card in the comments section or post it on SCS using the key words Paper Makeup Stamps or pmsgallerychall to be entered in a contest to have a fairy named after you or a loved one. You can see more information about this contest in this post. You still have time to enter this runs until August 31, so get those entries in!

Thanks for stopping in today and have a great Freebie Friday!

Stamps: Friendly Flowers and free wordart (PMS)
Paper: Neenah white, bermuda bay, dusty durango, soft suede, Marrakech dp (Basic Grey)
Ink: Soft suede, dusty durango
Accessories: Swiss dots embossing folder, nesties, polka dot ribbon (SU), button, floss, dimensionals

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Artful Inkables Challenge

Hi everyone! Today is my day to post my challenge card for the Think INK Tuesday Challenge. This is a bi-weekly challenge that anyone can join. You don't need to use AI stamps, but if you have them why not use them, right? And if you don't have them, you might want to give them a try because they are really very nice stamps!

This week's challenge is a color challenge issued by Joy Stagg and she chose the fabulous color combo of red, black and white. So I decided to use the snake with hot peppers from the new set called
South of the Border. I just fell in love with this fun set!

I had been saving this ribbon for just the right card, and this was it! It was perfect for this sketch from the Mojo Monday blog. They are celebrating 100 sketches this week with a new sketch every day from their DT. I just turned the sketch on its side to accommodate my image. I colored the snake with copic markers and added Crystal Effects to the snake's eyes and the peppers. I also added Star Dust Stickles to the green tops of the peppers because I love SPARKLE!

I have to say that I think my mojo is still on vacation! This was the first card I had done in well over a week because I was on vacation. I'd heard about losing your mojo after a vacation, but I didn't think it would happen to me! I do like the card, but I had something different in mind! What do you think?

Remember to join the AI challenge if you like this color combo. You have the chance to win a grab bag of AI stamps, too! All you have to do is link your direct post to Mr. Linky on the AI blog. Thanks for stopping by today!

Stamps: South of the Border (Artful Inkables)
Paper: PTI white, black, PTI dp (b&w dots), Cosmo Cricket (red)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, real red
Accessories: Nesties, crystal effects, star dust stickles, ribbon, scallop border punch, corner rounder, circle punch, dimensionals

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Artful Inkables Think INK Tuesday Challenge

Hi everyone! There's a new challenge on the block sponsored by Artful Inkables. It's called Think INK Tuesday. You can snatch this logo and place it on your blog if you play in the challenge.

The challenge will be bi-weekly on Tuesdays (of course) and will be posted on the
AI blog. This week's challenge is a color challenge. You need to use red, black and white.

You can get more info on the
AI blog. My card will be posted on Thursday, but Crystal has a card to share with you on her blog. Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you playing in our challenge!

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Artful Inkables Blog Hop and Release Day!

Are you ready to hop with Artful Inkables today? The DT has three great sets to show you! You should have arrived from the AI blog. If not, start there to get some important information you'll need for a chance to win all three sets pictured here!Don't they look fun and fabulous? I have a card made with the great new set called Fun and Friendly. It has some really cute sayings and images to go along with it. This is what I did with it.I have a friend I go stamp shopping with that would appreciate this card! I stamped the image twice, then cut out the credit card. I added the words "S. Stamper" and "Visa" inside the boxes and colored it with copic markers. I mounted it on the original image with dimensionals, then added crystal effects to give it that shiny credit card look. I then added the red sort of "flames" coming from the credit card to make it look like it was smokin' from all the use it got! I wanted the papers to be really bright and hot, so I used Yo Yo Yellow as my base and some Basic Grey papers (Junebug for the yellow and print and I think the red is from Marrakech). I liked the square red bling and added one to the middle of yellow and red primas.

So do you want to see more? You won't want to miss what the other DT has for you. Your next stop is Crystal's blog. Have fun on the hop and good luck with the blog hop candy! Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Fun and Friendly (Artful Inkables)
Paper: Neenah white, yo yo yellow, Junebug and Marrakech dp (Basic Grey)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black and copic markers
Accessories: Primas, nesties, bling, crytal effects, dimensionals

Friday, August 14, 2009

My Cute Nephews

My nephews, Ethan and Kristoff, had birthdays in July and August and my niece is having their party tomorrow at a park. She asked me to make the invitations. She sent me a picture of the boys giving each other a bear hug when they were at Disney World a few months ago. So cute!I used the numbers cuttlebug folder and found that if I placed my photo in just the right spot, the 2 and 5, their ages, was visible. So I took a dauber and sponged some blue ink on the numbers to highlight them. Super easy! The information on the inside was just computer generated, and I stamped a fun confetti image on it as well.

Well, that's it for today. I'm on vacation at our cabin and not able to stamp, but I made sure I had a couple of things to post while I was gone. Make sure you come back tomorrow for my first Artful Inkables blog hop. There are three new sets to be released and win! So I hope to see you tomorrow!

Also, today is Freebie Friday at Paper Makeup Stamps! Katie has a great free wordart for you (yes, I said FREE!)! It's another great one and will be available for one week only! Make sure you stop by the PMS blog for that one! Thanks for stopping by today! Have a great weekend!

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

A Birthday Gift

Hi everyone! I didn't think I'd have anything for you until my Artful Inkables blog hop on Saturday, but I forgot about this gift I made for my friend, Maria, for her birthday. She had gotten me a Pandora bracelet for my birthday last year and got herself one as well. We've been buying charms for each other for gifts (super easy gift)! I needed something to place the charm in, so I used one of Lauren Meader's My Timeless Templates called Pack a Picnic. I actually cased this one of Lauren's, that when I saw it, my mouth just dropped and I knew I would be casing it sooner or later. I made a card a while back that gave me the reason to make this lovely gift. I used PTI's Polka Dot Basics stamped in white craft ink. I was supposed to use some decorative scissors on the green lid, but in my haste I forgot! The strawberry is from Flourishes new Strawberry set. I used PTI's ribbon to tie it all up. Here's an aerial view of it. Needless to say, the strawberries were eaten as soon as these pictures were taken! I LOVE strawberries! Here's a picture of the card with the gift box. I made this card for one of the My Time challenges and also for a Copic Creations challenge. I thought it was such a pretty gift and so did Maria! Oh, and the gift was a charm with ruby stones (not real!) which is her birthstone.

I'll be back tomorrow with an invitation for my nephews' birthday party. Thanks for stopping in today!

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

New PMS Contest!

Hi everyone! I'm currently on vacation, so I won't have anything to show you this week. I do have blog hop coming up on Saturday for a new design team I'm on called Artful Inkables! Please stop in for that. Otherwise, it's going to be quiet here at Kind's Creations!

I do have some exciting contest news to tell you about from Paper Makeup Stamps. This is what Katie has to say about it on the PMS blog:

Have you ever dreamed of having a stamp made just for YOU! Well here's your chance! PMS is hosting a huge challenge! And the winner will get a fairy stamp made just for you! You pick the name... you pick the "action". You can have a fairy made in your image, your child's, your best friends, etc. The fairy can even be made to have your hair cut and style!

Here's what we're doing... We would love to see more PMS creations in our splitcoast company gallery! So all you have to do is sign up for a
Splitcoast Stampers account if you don't already have one. It's free and a great resource for all things stamping! When you upload to your gallery, YOU MUST use the following tags.... Paper Makeup Stamps, PMSgallerychal. And yes, the Paper Makeup Stamps SHOULD have spaces. :)

We will choose all of our OMG did you SEE cards for the blog thru these challenge entries. And each week, 1 OMG card will win the stamp of their choice! That's just as a bonus. :)

You have until August 31st for this challenge. Our winner will be announced on September 1st!

So what do you think? Pretty cool contest, huh? We'd love to see you play in our contest! Also, stop by the PMS blog to see the Monday Challenge - use stickers on your card. Lisa McKinney came up with this challenge, and the DT did a great job with it! You can see their cards on this PMS post. You can also play along by linking your direct post to Mr. Linky on the blog.

Have a great week! I'll be checking in and make sure you stop by for my Artful Inkabables blog hop on Saturday! Bye for now!

Friday, August 7, 2009

PMS Blog Hop and Release Day!

Today is the day for the Paper Makeup Stamps blog hop and release of their August stamp collection! Beautiful new fairies, sentiments, flowers, and wonderful wordart! I hope you check it out tonight. Katie told us for this hop to use whatever new stamp we wanted and none of us has seen each other's cards, so it's a fun hop for us too!

You should have come here from Kim Stewart's blog. If you didn't, please start at the PMS blog because, in true PMS style, you'll be picking up letters that spell out a phrase which will get you 15% off the new stamps! I'll tell you my letter at the end. ;-) Here's my card.
This little fairy is Teddy. Isn't he just adorable with his little teddy bear? So sweet! I used this great layout from Amy Rysavy. The sentiment is also from PMS which you can find in the Monster Sentiment set.

So I bet you are looking for my letter, right? Well my letter for you is T and now you can hop over to the blog of the fabulous Tangii Crain to see what eye candy she has for you.

Remember our release party tonight in the PMS forum. They are always a lot of fun! You can play the challenges, win prizes, or just chat! Hope to see you there! Thanks for stopping by my blog today and have a great weekend!

Stamps: Teddy Fairy and sentiment (PMS)
Paper: PTI vintage cream, brocade blue, certainly celery, Making Memories Animal Crackers dp
Ink: Memento tuxedo black
Copic Markers: E02, 15, 25, 29, 31, 33, 35, 39, 51; Boo, 21, 32, 34; G12, 24, 40; R20, 32; W-3
Accessories: Brads, nesties, tag die, star dust stickles, dimensionals


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