Friday, January 28, 2011

SC317: You're Dino-mite!

Hi Friends!

I decided to play along with this week's sketch challenge over at SplitCoastStampers - SC317. Been a while since I've participated... or at least made something that actually resembles the sketch. ;)

I used the dinosaur from the recently released Kid at Heart stamp set from Taylored Expressions as the focal point and to create some very green background paper.

I wanted the main dino to really pop so after stamping and trimming I backed him with a piece of black cardstock diecut with a Labels 16 Nestabilities. And guess what? I didn't use any Liquid Pearls on this card... instead I used Black Enamel Accents (ha ha ha).

So what do you think? Cute? :)

Recipe:
Stamps: Kid at Heart (Taylored Expressions).
Paper: Certainly Celery, Wild Wasabi, Barely Banana, Basic Black (SU!), Choice Snow White (TE), designer (My Mind's Eye).
Ink: Lime Pastel and Olive Pastel Fluid Chalk (ColorBox), Memento Tuxedo Black.
Accessories: Black Enamel Accents (Ranger), Tiny Twinkles (TE), Black Divine Twine, edge distressing tool, heavy duty white thread and sewing machine, foam dimensionals, Labels 16 Nestabilities (Spellbinders).

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Happy Mail Makes the Birdies Sing

Hi Friends,

I'm popping in with a quick post sharing my latest MFT creation using the Pure Innocence - Happy Mail stamp. I paired the image with some leftover Snowy Day designer paper and some yellow accents to make a cheerful card.


I originally used green polka dot ribbon instead of the twine but it overpowered the card. So I ripped it apart and switched to the twine. And then I redid the sentiment... a couple of times. Would you believe that at one point it was stamped on red cardstock and there were Rouge Liquid Pearls? Oh yeah! But I redid it and made it better! :)


I added a bit of glitter to the mailbox and her hairclip. I also used an edger punch and did a bit of sewing.

Later gators - I'm off to count some sheep. ;)

Recipe:
Stamps: Pure Innocence - Happy Mail (MFT Stamps).
Paper: River Rock, Early Espresso (SU!), Choice Snow White (TE), Snowy Day designer (Create Paper).
Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa, Copic markers.
Accessories: yellow brads (SU!), Buttercup Liquid Pearls (Ranger), Crystal Fine Glitter (Martha Stewart), heavy duty white thread and sewing machine, foam dimensionals, Divine Twine.
Dies/Punches: Dotted Scallop edger (EK Success).

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Sweetheart Tags

Hi All,

How about I share some sweet Valentine goodness this Sunday? I spent a bit of time this weekend making a set of tags to celebrate the holiday. This project called for a little stamping, a bit of coloring and a bunch of die cutting.

To start I used the Tim Holtz Styled Labels die to cut a chipboard tag. I covered the front with BoBunny designer paper and the back with Pink Pirouette cardstock. I added Flamingo Liquid Pearls around the edge and added a silver jumbo eyelet to the top. I stamped a sentiment from the A Little Love set onto Pink Piroutte and trimmed the ends into points before attaching to the tag with dimenionals. This tag is so fun and feminine I just had to name it. Frannie. Hee hee hee.

Of course I didn't want Frannie to be lonely so I made her some friends. ;) And then I made Frannie and her friends some party dresses. I started by cutting a Lacey Circle from black cardstock and added Rouge Liquid Pearls. Next I punched 1 3/8" circles from designer paper (for extra sturdiness I layered the designer paper on black cardstock). Next I die cut a punch of leaves using the Taylored Expressions Leafy Branch die. I only used a portion of the die cut. Next I stamped a flower from the Friendship Blooms on white cardstock and colored with PrismaColor pencils. I coated with Glossy Accents and added a rhinestone to the center. To finish I tied some ribbon onto a stick pin and adhered the pin to the the back of the lacey circle with dimensionals.

Yay... I think they turned out well. Although I did go a bit crazy with the Liquid Pearls. To finish here is a closeup so you can see how much dimension this gifty tag has. Now I just need some gifts to attach the tags too. :)



Recipe:
Stamps: Friendship Blooms and A Little Love (Taylored Expressions).
Paper: Pink Pirouette, Basic Black (SU!), Choice Snow White (TE), Crush Collecion 6x6 designer pad (BoBunny).
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black.
Accessories: PrismaColor pencils and OMS, Rouge and Flamingo Liquid Pearls, Glossy Accents (Ranger), foam dimensionals, jumbo silver eyelet (We R Memory Keepers), heart stick pin (from Valentine Project Pantry Kit), red swirl ribbon, adhesive rhinestones, black Divine Twine, chipboard.
Dies: Lacey Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders), 1 3/8" circle punch (SU!), Leafy Branch (TE), Tim Holtz Styled Labels (Sizzix).


Saturday, January 22, 2011

January SFYTT: Happy Bunny

Hi Crafty Friends!

I think the weather outside is influencing my crafting. All this cold has me thinking thoughts of Spring and with Spring comes flowers, soft colors and lots and lots of bunnies. ;) And I used all three of those things on my card tonight: cute bunny from The Cat's Pajamas set Blow, soft pastels from the new Hopscotch designer paper pad by Basic Grey and a beige crocheted flower I made.



I used the January SFYTT for the layout - check it out if you like. It's a fab layout and there is even a prize involved. I stamped the main image with Memento Rich Cocoa ink and colored with Copic markers before trimming. I almost colored the rabbit's tail pink when I mistook it for a mushroom spot but realized my mistake just in time. Hee hee hee. I stamped the same image on a piece of the designer paper and matted on Early Espresso cardstock before adding the colored image with dimensionals. I added Bisque Liquid Pearls along the edges. I really tried resisting the pearls but failed.


I stamped a matching sentiment from the set on River Rock cardstock that had been matted on Early Espresso. I attached a crocheted flower to this layer using a designer brad. For the next layer I used a polka dot embossing folder on Sweet Blush cardstock and matted on more Early Espresso. I then matted another piece of the designer paper to Early Espresso and attached the two layers together before adding some ribbon. To finish I adhered all of the layers together with foam dimensions. Yes... many foam dimensionals were sacrificed in the making of this card. LOL!

Recipe:
Stamps:
Blow (The Cat's Pajamas).
Paper: Sweet Blush (PTI), River Rock and Early Espresso (SU!), Hopscotch designer (Basic Grey), Choice Snow White (TE).
Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa, Copic markers.
Accessories: crocheted flower, Bisque Liquid Pearls (Ranger), Jocelyn designer brad (SEI), beige brads (Basic Grey), Melon Berry satin ribbon (PTI), foam dimensionals, embossing folder (Sizzix).

Friday, January 21, 2011

Winter Magic

Hi Friends,

I'm checking in tonight with a winter themed card showcasing the Wonderful Winter Wishes set from There She Goes. It seems appropriate considering how cold it is outside... crazy cold. So cold that I might just have to start wearing a knitted hat inside. Brr! ;)


I colored the main image with PrismaColor pencils and E00/E02 Copic markers. I then diecut the maim image with a Cirlce Nestabilities die and then matted on slightly larger circles/lacey circles cut from Soft Sky and Early Espresso. I added oodles of little Tiny Twinkle rhinestones to the Soft Sky mat and coated the itty bitty snowman with Crystal Stickles.

Some crocheted ribbon, yellow Divine Twine and pretty Marjolaine designer paper from Basic Grey finished the card.

So what do you think? Isn't this stamp just soooo CUTE?! I love the little ears on the hood of her jacket. I might have to sew some on my knitted hat... that hat I think I'm going to go put on now! Later gators - stay warm!

Recipe:
Stamps: Wonderful Winter Wishes (There She Goes Clear Stamps).
Paper: Certainly Celery, Soft Sky, Early Espresso (SU!), Choice Snow White (TE), Marjolaine designer (Basic Grey).
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic markers (E00, E02).
Accessories: Yellow Divine Twine, Crystal Stickles (Ranger), brads (American Crafts), Crocheted ribbon (May Arts), Tiny Twinkles (TE), foam dimensionals.
Punches/Dies: Scalloped Scallop Edger Punch (EK Success), Circle and Lacey Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders).

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Love Birdie on a Branch

Hi Crafty Friends,

I'm back this evening (late) with another card using a new stamp set from There She Goes - Love Birds. I couldn't resist this set... I have a weakness for tweety birds but not the ones that sit outside my window at the crack of dawn making tons of noise. Seriously - they need a snooze button. ;)


I used my ancient small set of PrismaColor pencils to color the image and OMS to blend the colors. I have a secret to share - I had a gift card and saw this set of a 120 pencils so I shopped and I bought. ;) Hello beautiful colors!

After coloring the image I die cut it with an oval Nestabilities. I added some Flamingo Pink Liquid Pearls around the edge - as far as pearl placement I just dot away and don't bother with a template or such. So the spacing isn't perfect but it is close enough for me. I added some Glossy Accents to the hearts and dusted with glitter.

I do have a coloring tip: start with the lightest colors and work your way to the darkest, blending after each color. I didn't on this image and you can see where I picked up some of the darker color of the branch and hearts when trying to blend the blue shadow around the image.


Besides the Liquid Pearls and glitter I used a couple of heart stick pins and some pretty ribbon to accent the card.

Night night all! I have some Zzzzzs to catch! ;)

Recipe:
Stamps: Love Birds (There She Goes Clear Stamps).
Paper: Soft Sky, Tempting Turquoise, Cherry Cobbler, Choice Snow White (TE), designer (My Mind'sEye).
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black.
Accessories: PrismaColor pencils and OMS, Ric Rac ribbon (May Arts), Swirl ribbon, Flamingo Liquid Pearls and Glossy Accents(Ranger), Dazzling Diamonds Glitter (SU!). heart stick pins (Maya Road), heavy duty white thread and sewing machine, foam dimensionals.
Dies/Punches: Scallop Edger Punch and Oval Punch (SU!), Oval Nestabilities (Spellbinders).

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

TE Blast From the Past: Love Style

Hi friends!

I'm back today with a card I made for the January Blast from the Past Blog Hop for Taylored Expressions. The theme for this month is L O V E! I went with sugary sweet love and used the For the Love of Cupcakes stamp set and some glitter (it is an addiction).


I stamped the main image two times. I diecut the first image using a circle die, sponged the edges with Antique Linen Distress Ink, added a bit of shadow using the W1 Copic marker and finished by dotting the edge with Bisque Liquid Pearls. I colored the cup cakes from the second image and trimmed. After popping the cutout images over the first with foam dimensionals I accented with Glossy Accents and a touch of Dazzling Diamonds glitter. Many of the ingredients used on this card are from the Valentine Project Pantry Kit (most of the cardstock, the designer paper, brads and ribbon).



Ready for more lovely LOVE themed cards? Check out all the other peeps participating in the hop:





Recipe:
Stamps: For the Love of Cupcakes (TE aka Taylored Expressions).
Paper: Pink Pirouette (SU!), other papers from Valentine Project Pantry Kit (TE).
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Antique Linen Distress Ink (Ranger).
Other: ribbon and brads from Valentine Project Pantry Kit and Crystal Glitter (TE), Bisque Liquid Pearls and Glossy Accents (Ranger), Dazzling Diamonds glitter, Heavy duty white thread and sewing machine, foam dimensionals.
Dies: Circle and Lacey Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders).

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Buckets of Sweetness

Hi friends,

Been a few since I've checked into blogland but give me some new stamps and a little stampy time and I have a ton to share! :) The first set I played with is the new Buckets of Love from There She Goes and I used this week's Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge.


I practiced coloring with my PrismaColor pencils and a PrimsaColor blending pen. The blending pen is a bit easier for me to use than the OMS... but that could just be because I'm used to using markers and find the OMS and blending stubs to take a bit more work. Of course being the glitter fiend that I am I had to add a coating of Glossy Accents and a dusting of glitter to the candy. After assembling the card I had to go back and add dots of Liquid Pearls... I just can't leave the edges of the main layers naked. They just need something... stitching, paper piercing or Liquid Pearls! ;)


Recipe:
Stamps: Buckets of Love (There She Goes)
Paper: Bashful Blue, Pink Pirouette, Basic Black (SU!), Hibiscus Burst (PTI), Choice Snow White (TE), designer (K & Company).
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, W2 Copic marker.
Other: PrismaColor Pencils and PrismaColor Blender Pen, Pink Divine Twine, White Opal Liquid Pearls and Glossy Accents (Ranger), Dazzling Diamonds Glitter (SU!), Tiny Twinkles (TE), foam dimensionals.
Dies: Small Scallop Border Die and Scallops and Circles Impression Plate (TE), Circle and Petitte Scalloped Circle (Spellbinders).

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Belated Birthday Birds!

Hi chickadees!

How have you been doing? I've been practicing my snow removal form the last couple of days (shoveling!!!) and haven't had a ton of time to stamp. In fact it took me two nights to finish this card using the Belated Birthday - Stand Out A La Carte from Taylored Expressions. All that cold air must be making me S L O W. ;)


Of course, the slowness might also be due to my trying a new to me coloring technique. I broke out a set of Prismacolor pencils I've had since high school (please don't ask me how long ago that was... snicker) and bought a bottle of Oderless Mineral Spirits (aka OMS) and these birdies were me first attempt. I think they turned out cute... but I still love my Copic markers! One other note - I did coat the balloon with Glossy Accents after coloring and of course added dots of Liquid Pearls.



And in keeping with addictions I used another stick pin to attach the sentiment to this card. This time I tied the tag to the pin with some twine and then inserted the pin into a layered felt flower. I used the Friendship Blooms dies from TE to cut the flowers from felt. The sentiment says "I didn't forget your birthday" and then "I just wanted my card to stand out from the card!" was stamped on the inside.

One final note about the card: I created a background from 1/2" stripes of designer paper matted on Early Espresso cardstock and stitched the edges.

What do you think? Would you like to see more coloring using the pencils or are you a fan of the Copic markers?

Recipe:
Stamps: Belated Birthday - Stand Out A La Carte (Taylored Expressions).
Paper: Early Espresso, Baja Breeze, Naturals White, Fine & Dandy True Blue (My Mind's Eye)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black.
Accessories: Light Blue Liquid Pearls and Glossy Accents (Ranger), PrismaColor Pencils, Odorless Mineral Spirits, ruffled suede ribbon (May Arts), yellow twill, twine, oval punch, crystal stick pin (Maya Road), corduroy brad, foam dimensionals,
Dies: Friendship Blooms.


Monday, January 10, 2011

Chocolate Lollipop Template

Hi Peeps!

I've had a few people show interest in a template for my Chocolate Lollipop Boxes so I spent a bit of time with my copy of Adobe Illustrator and drew up a little picture... looks sorta like this:

Okay... that is only a snapshot of the template. You can download a full copy of the template --> HERE <--. If you do download and use the template, could you leave me a little love? That way I know someone found it useful. :)

Just one last little note - the template is for personal use only and is not intended for commercial use. Thanks!

Friday, January 7, 2011

TE Release Day: Showcasing A Little Love

Hi Crafty Peeps!

Today is the day. All of the fabulous stamps, dies and accessories that we have been sneak peeking are now available for puchase at Taylored Expressions (check out the Fresh Out of the Oven category for all of the new stuff).


Of course I have another creation to share today! This card full of Valentine goodness uses the new A Little Love stamp set. To start I created a heart background using the scalloped heart image from the set and Rose Coral Chalk ink. I matted it on black cardstock and added a border of designer paper (Be Mine by Echo Park) to the bottom before stitching the edges with my sewing machine. A couple of ribbons finished this layer.


The rosette was created by scoring two 1" x 6" strips of designer paper every 1/4" and then accordian folding both of them. The ends were adhered together to create a rosette. I sandwiched the the rosette between a couple of circles of cardstock. I then stamped the dove from A Little Love on Choice Snow White cardstock and colored with Copic markers. It was then punched out using a 1 1/4" circle punch and matted on a slightly larger circle cut from black cardstock. I then attached it to the rosette with dimensionals before adding some Liquid Pearl dots and coating the bird with Crystal Stickles. To finish I added two stick pins (inserted into the foam dimesionals); one of which a sentiment flag was attached (my new favorite way of adding a small sentiment).


So what do you think? Is it beautiful? Does it make you squeal? Hee hee hee. For more fabulous samples check out the Baker's Dozen and our Guest Designer:


Danielle Lounds - that's me!
Lea Lawson - January/February Guest Designer


Recipe:
Stamps: A Little Love (Taylored Expressions).
Paper: Pink Pirouette, Naturals White, Basic Black, Choice Snow White (TE), Be Mine designer (Echo Park).
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Rose Coral Chalk (ColorBox).
Accessories: Flamingo Liquid Pearls and Crystal Stickles (Ranger), white ribbon with swirls and heart stick pins from Valentine Project Pantry Kit (TE), black double stitch ribbon, foam dimensionals, 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches, heavy duty white thread and sewing machine.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

TE Sneak Peeks: A Little Love and Kid at Heart

Hi Peeps!

I'm back with more sneak peek samples for the Taylored Expressions release this Friday. I have a couple of projects to share today so buckle your seat belts and hold on for the ride. :)


My first sample uses the A Little Love mini set that coordinates with the Favor Frame Die. I used the set to make packaging for a batch of chocolate lollipops! Chocolate Lollipops? It is what you get when you adhere two chocolates to a lollipop stick.

I made some little 1 1/4" boxes to house the lollipops from pink cardstock. I decorated each side of the box with Echo Park designer paper matted on black cardstock. I then created a matching tag using a frame, a sentiment and an accent image from the stamp set.


And here is a picture of the box opened so you can see the yummy dark chocoate lollipop. Nom nom nom.


My second project uses the new Kid at Heart set. This set was designed to make the perfect homemade valentine for classroom exchanges but it is also perfect for making regular cards and any other projects you can imagine! The set is made from high quality rubber, is precut
and comes on a handy dandy sturdy full color storage panel that stores perfectly in the mini binder box.


I stamped the owl image from the set in various colors of Colorbox Chalk ink on Choice Buttercream cardstock and cut out. I covered the eyes with Tiny Twinkles and added glitter to the belly area before coating each owl with Glossy Accents. While the Glossy Accents were still wet I added a little red heart (leftovers from the Heart Border die) to the belly of each owl. These owls look even cuter in person... the pictures do not do them justice! :)



For more fabulous samples check out the Baker's Dozen:

Danielle Lounds - that's me!


Chocolate Lollipops Recipe:
Stamps: A Little Love
Paper: designer (Echo Park), black, pink textured (from Valentine Project Pantry Kit).
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Berryliscious Chalk (ColorBox).
Accessories: satin crinkle ribbon, black baker's twine, Crop-a-dile, Tiny Twinkles, foam dimensionals, chocolate, lollipop sticks.
Dies: Favor Frame.

Lovey Dovey Owls Recipe:
Stamps: Kid At Heart
Paper: designer (October Afternoon), Early Espresso, Naturals Ivory, blue swiss dot (Bazzill).
Ink: Memento Rick Cocoa, Chalk inks (Colorbox).
Accessories: 1 1/4 circle punch, twine, stitched ribbon, brads, dimensionals, glitter, Glossy Accents, heavy duty white thread and sewing machine, Tiny Twinkles.
Dies: Heart Border (uses the leftover cutout bits).







Wednesday, January 5, 2011

TE Sneak Peeks: Wreath of Love

Hello! Welcome to the second day of sneak peeks for Taylored Expressions! There are some sweet stamps, fun dies and a fabulous Project Pantry kit being debuted today. I'm really excited to share the project that I worked... really really excited... so scroll down, okay?! :)


See... well worth the effort of scrolling, isn't it? It is the Love Coupon Book.


All of the designer paper and cardstock are from the new Valentine Project Pantry kit. The kit also includes some fabulous ribbon (the red grosgrain used in this project), chipboard, Sparkly Fluff, heart shaped brads and more! The heart wreath, love sentiment and small heart images are all from the Wreath of Love petite set. Like other TE stamp sets this set is made from high-quality rubber mounted on cling foam and precut. All you need to do is place the stamp on an acrylic block and stamp away! Oh, and this Petite set comes on its own mini full color storage panel.

Notes: I stamped the wreath on white cardstock and diecut using the matching Wreath of Love die. I colored with Copic markers and distressed the edges using Tea Dye Distress Ink by Ranger. I added Glossy Accents to the red hearts and covered the pink hearts with pink Sparkly Fluff. I also stamed a couple of the little hearts, colored with markers and cut out.

I used a couple of the chipboard pieces from the kit to accent the main image. I inked up the heart with Rose Coral Chalk ink and once dry coated with more of the pink Sparkly Fluff. I inked up the LOVE sentiment with Warm Red and then applied a liberal coated of Glossy Accents.

The book covers are 3 1/2" x 7" pieces of chipboard covered with designer paper from the kit. Since the designer papers are only 6" wide I used a bit of pink textured cardstock to cover the remaining portion.


Inside are 6 coupons (2 each of 3 different designs) that are ready to be filled with some special deal or another (hee hee!). The coupons are from the Coupon Book Download that is available in the TE store. After printing on Choice Snow White cardstock and cutting them out I decided that they needed a little color so I decorated each page. Really, I did!
For the first coupon I colored the heart with Copic markers and then applied Glossy Accents. I also added Bisque Liquid Pearls along the heart border.

I decorated the second coupon with another of the colored and die cut wreaths. This time I just used Glossy Accents (no sparkly fluff) and attached a ribbon flag using a white heart brad.


For the third coupon I colored the hearts and used both pink sparkly fluff and Glossy Accents. I also added a border of pink cardstock to the end of the page over which I added a border of red hearts cut out using the new Heart Border die. A little twine finished the look. :)

So what do you think? Is it fun? :)
All of the new stamps, dies and the project pantry kit will available for purchase at Taylored Expressions this Friday at 8AM (PST). For more fabulous sneak peeks, check out the Baker's Dozen and guests:

Charmaine Ikach
Danielle Lounds -- That's me!
Donna Baker
Jackie Pedro
Jami Sibley
Jodi Collins
Karen Giron
Karen Motz
Melissa Sauls
Nancy McKinney
Regina Mangum
Sankari Wegman
Taylor VanBruggen
Tori Wild

Recipe:
Stamps: Wreath of Love Petite (Taylored Expressions).
Paper: Valentine Project Pantry Kit and Choice Snow White cardstock (Taylored Expressions).
ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Warm Red and Rose Coral Chalk Ink (Colorbox), Tea Dye Distress Ink (Ranger), Copic markers.
Other: Bisque Liquid Pearls and Glossy Accents (Ranger), twine and crocheted ribbon (May Arts), red grosgrain ribbon, sparkly pink fluff, white heart brads and chipboard letters are all from the Valentine Project Pantry Kit (Taylored Expressions), chipboard, Bind-it-All and 3/4" silver O-Wires, Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers).
Dies: Wreath of Love, Heart Border (Taylored Expressions).










Tuesday, January 4, 2011

TE Sneak Peeks: Rest & Renewal

Hi peeps!

I'm still alive! The nasty cold I caught on Christmas may have held me back a bit from stamping over the holidays but I made my way to the crafty room this last weekend and had some fun playing with the new stamps, dies and accessories that Taylored Expressions is releasing at the end of this week. I had to... they needed some lovin'! :) And now I can share the first of the creations I made with those new goodies.

For my sample today I'm using the new Rest & Renewal stamp set - the latest addition to the Lasting Impressions line of stamps. The set includes 6 beautiful Bible verses as well as 5 matching sentiments. It also coordinates beautifully with the New Beginnings stamp set and matching dies. I used the frame die to cut out a piece of Buttercream cardstock on which I stamped one of the Bible verses. I accented it with some dots of Buttercream Liquid Pearls (such a pretty warm yellow).



I then cut a few butterflies from wool blend felt using the new Butterflies die (love!). I layered the medium sized butterfly on top of the large one and stitched together; adding beads to cover the really big stitch I made. Check out THIS LINK for some fabulous info on how the TE dies work.


All of the wonderful new products being peeked this week will be available for purchase Friday morning at 8AM (PST). Ready for more fabulous sneak peek samples? Then check out the Baker's Dozen:

Recipe:
Stamps: Rest & Renewal (Taylored Expressions).
Paper: Naturals Ivory, Ocean's Tide, Choice Buttercream (TE), Campfire designer (October Afternoon).
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black.
Other: Green seed beads, heavy duty white thread and sewing machine, wool blend felt, green satin ribbon, cream poly-twill, Buttercup Liquid Pearls (Ranger).
Dies: Butterflies and Frame It Up - 1 (Taylored Expressions).