Friday, 30 October 2009

Hello again, hello



I am sitting on a GOLD MINE of titles when I use this sweet set called hello again from Stampin' Up! I can think of lots of songs and lyrics with the word hello in it - yippee (I know I'm sad). Today's card is a great for using up scraps of beautiful patterned paper that you can't bear to throw away. I am of the school of never throw anything away, well precious crafty stuff that is. I'm ruthless when it comes to everything else in the house, although it is REALLY difficult to do this as my husband is the reincarnation of Mr Trebus (remember him from the life of grime, the old gentleman who couldn't get in his own house for 'stuff').

Well I hope everyone has a spooktacular weekend & I will see you on Monday xx

P.s Oooh I nearly forgot tomorrow is the last chance for you to take advantage of my own personal offer of 10 % off all Stampin' Up! goodies before P&P with no minimum spend.  Give me a shout here if you want anything :D

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Hello again and darling dots (hostess set).
Ink: Chocolate chip and versamark.
Card stock: Whisper white.
Paper: Chocolate chip (retired), Haiku (retired) and tea party designer series paper.
Misc: Sticky cut sweets, cosmo glitter in celery and linen thread.
Tools used: Paper piercing template and tool.

Thursday, 29 October 2009

I say hello




Hello, hello ( I love the Beatles) and good morning. A nice cheery and happy card for you today made with very sweet set from Stampin' Up! called hello again (which surprise, surprise reminds of another song - I think I will save that for another title).

Not much going on at the mo, just some preparations for the Halloween party we are having tomorrow night. Dusting off the cobwebs and preparing the mystery box of goo (cooked, cooled spaghetti) for the kids to play lucky dip with - whoo hoo what fun we will have. Along with the candy floss machine, pass the parcel and musical statues we are in for a treat ;D

Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Hello again.
Ink: Pumpkin pie and old olive from the earth elements stampin write marker set.
Card stock: Old olive and whisper white.
Paper: Pumpkin pie and old olive designer series paper.
Ribbon: Pumpkin pie narrow grosgrain.
Tools used: Paper piercing template and tool.

Wednesday, 28 October 2009

All the fun of the fayre




Hello all, for today's post I thought I would share with you some of my little notebooks which are a firm favourite of mine. Some of you will have seen them on my blog before, these are the new and improved ones. My template for the note book is here, click on the image to get a larger view. They are great fun to make and are fab little gifts to give.
More here too, all made with the darling dots hostess stamp set from Stampin' Up! which is proving to be a go to set - it's so versatile.


Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Darling dots (hostess set).
Ink: Basic black, real red, cameo coral, old olive, ruby red, chocolate chip and uni-bal signo gel pen.
Card stock: Real red, basic black, whisper white, regal rose, chocolate chip and pretty in pink.
Paper: Sweet always & dashing (retired).
Ribbon: Chocolate chip striped grosgrain, rose red and black gingham.
Tools used: Scallop circle punch, heart to heart punch, 1"3/8 and 1"1/4 circle punches and cropadile.
Other: 3/4" book rings, post it notes, note books, pens, clear gem and apron lace border punch and dew drops.

Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Great balls of.......



....sparkle hee hee! Sorry I am in a silly mood today, I always am when we turn the clocks back. Maybe because my five year old doesn't partake in the lying in thing and was of course up before the birds on Sunday morning and I am still 'feeling' the lack of sleep in my bones :D

I have to say I like this card (am I allowed ?). I had an eureka moment with Stampin' Up!s snow flurries set and the 3/4" and 1/4" circle punches to make the "baubles". Also I love the taken with teal and rose red combination :D I hope you like too.

Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Snow flurries and sparkly & bright.
Ink: Taken with teal and rose red.
Card stock: Whisper white, rose red and taken with teal.
Ribbon: 5/8" whisper white satin ribbon and silver elastic cord.
Misc: Cosmo glitter in rose pink and turquoise.
Tools used: Paper piercing template, piercing tool, 3/4" and 1/4" circle punches.

Monday, 26 October 2009

He's checking it twice



Well I am checking my lists twice as I have put my name down for so many Craft Fayre's on the run up to Christmas it will be like Santa's crafty factory in my house for the next six weeks. It does seem at the moment that everyone is making note pads and not be outdone! I have made my own little version.

I made the wallet to fit a standard 7.5 x 21 cm ruled pad which you can get at most supermarkets etc. With an added bonus of some twill tape looped (see picture below) to put your pen in maybe. The only trouble is I need about 3 of these with all the organising I will need to do hee hee.



Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Card stock: Real red, old olive, whisper white and chocolate chip.
Ink: Black stazon.
Paper: Ski slop and dashing (both retired).
Misc: Medium twill tape.
Tools used: Piercing template and tool.
Other: PTI buttons and arctic snowflake punch.

Friday, 23 October 2009

Stop, oh yes wait a minute Mr Postman



Morning all hope you are well. My title for today is a nod to current affairs but mainly to say how relieved I am that my Stampin' Up! delivery comes via UPS delivery service. I say this only because I am due a bit of a desperate shipment today and it is on schedule to arrive - thank goodness. Not that I have any problems with my postie but it is a difficult time for everybody concerned.

As anyone that knows me, they would know how much I HATE having my photo taken, but you would laugh if you could see me now. I am sitting getting ready to help out at my son's school Monster Mash disco dressed up completely normal with trousers and a shirt but with a great huge pair of flashing devil horns on my head - I think my son may disown me - hee hee.

Have a great weekend and see you on Monday xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!

Stamps: On a pedestal.

Ink: Chocolate chip, pumpkin pie, rose ruby red, regal rose and old olive.

Card stock: Chocolate chip and whisper white.
Paper: Sweet always designer series paper (retired).
Ribbon: Regal rose grosgrain.
*Song from yesterday's post was sunflower by style council.

Thursday, 22 October 2009

Sunflower :D




Morning all and thanks to you all I am reassured in the fact that I am not the only song maker-upper in the world hee hee. But thanks to Helen (not) - I have been singing Abba's she called you last night from Tescooooooo's all blinkin day ;D lol! (btw Helen the white edge to my image yesterday was made by using a drop of the whisper white craft ink from the refill bottle and smudging a bit out on my finger and running it around the edge of the circle - although I shouldn't be doing you any favours ;D

Today's card is using the hostess set darling dots - such a great set with so many cute images which happily all fit into the circle punches. Once I punched the image out and cut out the leaf, I popped some of them up on dimensionals and left the rest flat.

Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Darling dots.
Ink: Earth elements stampin write markers in summer sun, chocolate chip and old olive.
Card stock: Old olive, whisper white and chocolate chip.
Paper: Old olive designer series paper.
Ribbon: Chocolate chip 5/8" grosgrain.
Tools used: 1" circle punch, piercing template & tool and stamp-a-ma-jig.

Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Poetry in motion




Hee hee, sorry for chuckling to myself but this title does make me laugh. I was thinking of a song lyric or title for today's post with maybe a tree or something in it and this song popped into my mind. I can only admit this secret shame of mine to you my lovely readers and friends as a show of my devotion for you ;D I love all sorts of music and from an early age I have listened to artists from 60's 70's and so on and up until maybe three years ago I thought that the song 'poetry in motion' was 'oh a tree in motion'!!!!!!!!!???? eeeeeeeeeeeeeee . Picture me now as it comes on the radio singing at the top of my voice 'OH A TREE IN MOTION tra la la - hee hee.

I would love to know if you have done anything similar to my numptyness. Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx


Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Best yet (retired), a tree for all seasons and jolly wheel.
Ink: Basic grey, Uniball signo white gel pen and whisper white craft.
Card stock: Sage shadow and kraft.
Ribbon: Basic grey taffeta.
Other: Dazzling diamonds.
*Song from yesterday's post was Look a bit like Christmas sung by Johnny Mathis.

Tuesday, 20 October 2009

It's begining to look a lot like.....




....Christmas, well on my blog recently it has lol! so don't panic everyone. Another clean and simple one today made with the sumptuous satin ribbon from Stampin' Up! it's so smooth, not that I was stroking it or anything!

Have a great day & see you tomorrow (if I am still here as lordy I have to make 80, yes 80 Halloween toppers for the Monster Mash ball at my son's school by tomorrow - deep breath and here I go - wish me luck :) xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Card stock: Whisper white and real red.
Paper: Ski slope designer series paper (retired).
Ribbon: Whisper white 5/8"satin ribbon.
Other: Red button from PTI and sentiment stamp from stash.
* Title from previous post was Autumn Almanac by the Kinks

Monday, 19 October 2009

Autumn Almanac



Morning all, these little beauties (even though I say myself) are for the guests at my son's upcoming Halloween Party. Altogether is a book mark and keyring post-it note holder and I will also chuck in some chocolate eyeballs, fangs and oozing sweety bugs - ugh! - well the kids will love them I'm sure.

This is my entry for the challenge over at A Passion for Papertrey (whoo hoo Aimes & Kate)where the theme is Autumn, well with it being Halloween time soon too and I used the template for the box from here I thought I should enter.

Must dash - have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Card stock: Pumpkin pie, whisper white and basic black.
Ink: Black stazon, basic black stampin write marker and uni-ball white signo gel pen.
Stamps: Canvas background (retired).
Ribbon: pumpkin pie narrow grosgrain.
Tools used: Round tab punch, 1" 3/8 and 1"1/4 circle punches and scallop circle punch and cropadile.
Other: Stamps from Bo Bunny, 3/4" book rings and tongue depressants.
*song from previous post was we are the champions by Queen.

Friday, 16 October 2009

We are the champions my friend



The title of today's post is in honour of the conquering hero that is my son. He triumphantly won the night at his weekly rugby game. Even though I said it myself he is fast and flew past all the opposition :D

My card for today was another one of those that happened accidentally on purpose if you know what I mean. I had the luscious nouveau chic papers out from yesterday's card and also the little Christmas tree out on the table from when I was making my other cards from this week. I was leafing (ok stroking) the paper and I came across this particular pattern and it reminded me slightly of a tree. Well a bit of kraft, sage shadow and basic grey card stock later, along with some white craft ink smudged around the edges of the circle and hey presto.

Have a great weekend and thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me such wonderful comments - they really do make my day. See you on Monday xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Sparkly & bright and best yet (retired).
Card stock: Sage shadow, kraft and basic grey.
Ink: Whisper white craft ink, sage shadow, uni-ball signo gel pen and basic grey.
Paper: Nouveau chic designer series paper.
Ribbon: Basic grey taffeta.
*Song from yesterday's title was (the version I was thinking of) sung by Dean Martin

Thursday, 15 October 2009

Oh baby it's cold outside



I don't know about where you are but it has been freezing down this neck of the woods in the mornings. I really haven't felt like getting out of my duvet at all (not that I do any morning mind) brrrrr. Anyhoo lots to say and tips to tell on this card. Firstly the fresh cuts stamps, as it is a largish stamp, to make it fit on a smaller bit of card stock I placed four post-it-notes around the edges, just in a little, so when I stamped the image it left a nice little border around the edge of the image. Secondly the image itself which I stamped in basic grey ink but then went over with my blender pens dipped into the basic grey ink to create shadows on the solid image parts of the stamps. I think you should be able to see it on the pic.

I hope you like, especially the yummy new nouveau chic papers too (super lush). Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Fresh cuts.
Card stock: Sage shadow, very vanilla, basic grey and kraft.
Ink: Basic grey.
Paper: Nouveau chic designer series paper.
Misc: Basic grey taffeta ribbon, black and pewter brads and buckle from (retired) hodgepodge kit.

* song from yesterday's post was Santa Claus is coming to town by Santa and/or Bruce Springsteen

Wednesday, 14 October 2009

He's making a list



Me too! I love lists. Is it me or do crafters generally love all things listy. I think my first real crafty love as a little girl was this beautiful stationary set my mother had bought me which included a little note book where I would put all my little lists of important things like sweets, beano comics and what I would I spend with the rest of my pocket money.

See I told you I loved this colour combination (taken with teal & whisper white) but I do have a variation on the theme as I have done one in real red too :D The background on this card is made with the the gorgeous jolly wheel from Stampin' Up! I love the 'weird' looking snowflakes - very funky.



Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Sparkly & bright and jolly stampin around wheel.
Card stock: Taken with teal, real red and whisper white.
Ink: Whisper white craft ink, Uni-ball white signo gel pen, taken with teal, real red and versamark.
Misc: 5/8" whisper white satin ribbon, dazzling diamonds, turquoise fine cosmo glitter, heat & stick powder, stampin emboss white powder.

*song from yesterday was Summer sun by Sharlene Spiteri


Tuesday, 13 October 2009

Here comes the summer sun



Morning and what a beautiful day it was yesterday, hope your day was nice too :D As you can see I am rolling out a few cards made from my new stash, mmmmmmmm. Can you see the ribbon, oh it's so lovely you won't want to use it hee hee. I have used the stamp set sparkly & bright - such a great little set, I have made lots using it.

Must dash today, I have no time for gossiping ;D Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Sparkly & bright.
Card stock: Chocolate chip and very vanilla.
Ink: Earth elements stampin write marks (including old olive, summer sun and chocolate chip).
Misc: 1 1/4 striped chocolate chip grosgrain ribbon and linen thread.
Tools used: Paper piercing template & tool.


*Song from yesterday was Kindred spirit by Cyndy Lauper.

Monday, 12 October 2009

Kindred spirit




Hello and happy Mondays :D everyone. I had a lovely weekend, the craft fayre was sunny and busy but and more importantly I found a fellow stash sniffer - whoo hoo. You see it has been my life long search since I started this crafting malarkey to also find the crafty people of Swansea to share my passion for stroking and sniffing paper, ribbon and stamps etc. Also for them not too look at me like "ding, ding all aboard for loony central".

I knew that I could only find them if I went out into Swonzee land, and indeed on Saturday I did, so a big hello to Marie who came past my stall on Saturday and said those immortal words ooh you're a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, well it was like music to my ears lol! For one she had heard of rubber stamping and even more amazingly she had heard of Stampin' Up!

Well a little bit about my card today, phew after all that excitement :D Please note the colour combination as you will probably be seeing a lot of it from me for my Christmas projects. It is taken with teal and whisper white and they really do make an awesome combination.

Have a great day & see you tomorrow, I am still on cloud nine from my crafty encounter :D

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Snow flurries and sparkly &; bright.
Ink: Taken with teal and versamark.
Card stock: Whisper white and taken with teal.
Misc: Heat & stick powder, dazzling diamonds and jewel brad from the pretties kit.
Tools used: Piercing template and tool, 3/4 circle punch and heat gun.

* Song title from Friday was: You've got a friend by Carol King

Friday, 9 October 2009

You've got a friend



Morning all and thank crunchie it's Friday - what a troublesome week it has been. Lots of niggly little things going on, work has been crazy and I am just pooped. So hurrah for the lazy days and happy stamping. Today's card is was going to be be for a fantastic person, a real classy lady and my dear friend Kate. I say was because it is now soggy and at the bottom of the bin - sorry Kate, an accident with a bottle of water and a five year old, with maybe a few blue words once he had left the room ;D. Luckily I had taken a picture of it as I was going to post about it next week after you had received it. Anyway Kate - this one's for you honey just because ;D and to thank you so much for being you, I received my beautiful card this morning - it has pride of place already.

Hope you all have a great weekend, I'm off to the Ostreme centre in the Mumbles in Swansea tomorrow for my usually monthly jaunt at the craft fayre xx

* Song title from yesterday was black magic woman by Fleetwood Mac.

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Pocket silhouettes and canvas background (retired).
Card stock: Basic black, kraft and old olive.
Ink: Basic black and versamark.
Misc: Medium twill tape and jumbo eyelet.
Tools used: 1 3/8 circle punch, basic black stampin write marker for doodling lines and faux stitching on the twill tape.

Thursday, 8 October 2009

Black magic woman




And now for something completely different! This is the prototype for some Halloween invites I have been conjuring up for my son's party. What do you think ? I always like to try a sample out before I go ahead with the mass production of invites. I think I will go with this one. The background paper is made from an old thriller that had fallen to pieces lying around the house but for the life of me I can't remember the name of the book - oh well I hope the 5 year old 's can't read it hee hee. A little shot of the inside too :D



Well I was hoping to play with my new stash last night but the blinkin UPS man came yesterday at the only time my husband was out of the house for 5 minutes all day - bum :( Hey ho I have now instructed hubby to not move his bot from the front room window tomorrow ;D

The winner of the last Stampin' Up! goody bag from yesterday was........... Vicki from sweet-swirls - whooo hooo well done you :D Email me at elfstamper@sky.com with your address and I will pop the lovelies in the post for you Vicki.

Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

* song title from yesterday's post was: "your song" by Elton John

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Cheer & wishes.
Card stock: Pumpkin pie, basic black & very vanilla.
Ink: Basic black.
Tools used: 1 3/8, 1/2 and 1/4 circle punches and sponge daubers.
Other: Halloween stamps, dew drops and rub-ons

Wednesday, 7 October 2009

This is your song

Hello all, as some of my regular followers will notice all of the titles for my posts are song titles or lyrics. It didn't start that way but as I have mentioned before I am always humming, singing or whistling a little ditty and this would inspire me at the time of posting my daily antics on here. A little pattern started to emerge and then it became more for fun and the challenge to find a song that matched either the mood I was in or the news I had or about the project I had done.

I explain all of this to you because I get quite a few questions about what songs I use in my titles and yesterday Aimes (whoo hoo love) asked if I had used her favourite song as a title. Well the song for yesterday was I feel fine by the Beatles ( their 6th number one as my husband shouts out that information in my ear hole). That's why everyday from now, just as a bit of trivia for you I will list at the bottom of my post the title and band of the song from the previous day's title, which can give you a chance to have a little guess if you want too ;D

Any hoo this is the last of my mad goody bag give aways. If you are in the UK please leave me a comment on this post before 10pm this evening and will announce the winner tomorrow. Ooh I nearly forgot the layout for today's card for you eagle eyed peeps is taken from a card on page 35 of the new Stampin' Up! catalogue - If you want a catalogue for just £4 delivered or any goodies drop me a line here :D

The winner of yesterday's goody bag was Steph, yes you Steph from any shade of green Steph :D - I have your address so I will pop in the post on the morrow.



Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Good friend and a bit of birthday cheer.
Card stock: Certainly celery, whisper white, chocolate chip and kraft.
Ink: Certainly celery, ruby red and chocolate chip.
Paper: Pumpkin pie designer series paper.
Misc: Linen thread and chocolate chip 5/8 grosgrain ribbon.
Tools used: scallop edge punch, paper piercing template &; tool.
Other: Red button from PTI

Tuesday, 6 October 2009

I feel fine


You will be glad to hear (or not if you had no sympathy for me lol!) I am feeling much recovered today :D I have needed a little TLC over the past few days and so out came my comfort kraft card stock. I have also used the dots & design rub-ons just as a simple little number for today.


As you can see above it is the penultimate give away, a chance to win another bag full of goodies if you are in the UK please leave me a comment on this post. The lucky winner of yesterday's stash is Burnice , congratulations Burnice, please email me your address and will pop your goodies in the post :D you will love them I guarantee it :D





Have a great day and honestly thank you for all your sympathetic and comforting words from yesterday - you are too good to me ;D

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: A bit of birthday cheer.
Card stock: Kraft and ruby red.
Ink: Ruby red.
Rub-ons: Dots & designs.
Tools used: Paper piercing template and tool.

Monday, 5 October 2009

Sunday girl


Well I am going to be grown up and admit it, it's a Sunday afternoon and I am still in my pyjamas and feeling a bit worse for wear. It might have something to do with a little French number I drank last night !! I am such a lightweight these days, half a shandy and the following day I feel as if I have the bubonic plague hee hee!

This is how much I love you all as it took ALL of my strength to make this card yesterday and I have used a layout I saw recently but now can't find to link it sorry. I know, I know no sympathy for my self inflicted ailments lol! Please leave me a comment for a chance to win another little goody bag. I will pull the name out of the hat at 10pm this evening :D

The winner of Friday's goody bag is number 1 (see pic below) who is Sugacatz whooooo hooooo Lesley you lucky thing. All is not lost though as I will have another draw tomorrow :D


Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Good friends and a bit of birthday cheer.
Card stock: Old olive, whisper white and kraft.
Ink: Pretty in pink, so saffron and old olive.
Paper: Tea party designer series paper.
Misc: Pretty in pink striped grosgrain and jewel brad from the pretties kit.
Tools used: Scallop edge punch and 1/2" circle punch.


Friday, 2 October 2009

Turn back the pages



What a whirlwind of a day I had yesterday, you know the good busy days. I was up well past midnight for the release of the new Stampin' Up! catalogue. With all the buzz on the forum and a great little blog hop. Up for the school run (well walk in our house), work which was especially busy as it's flu injection season - ouch ;D. Then to a whistle stop table top sale which went down really well and where I sold lots of the bookmarks from today's pic. They are made, talking of medical things from tongue depressants and I have made them lots of times in different shapes and forms and they are such fun. Home then to sort his nibs and as previously mentioned I placed my gargantuan Stampin' Up! order. I am usually, believe it or not very frugal when it comes to my crafty spends and normally allow myself x amount of money every month - but whey heyyyyyyyyy not this month ;D hee hee. I got ribbons, punches, papers, Christmas stamps, glitter, wheels and lots of accessories.

As I am still on such a Stampin' Up! high and as promised a little goody bag to give away, all from Stampin' Up! of course :D



I nearly forgot - doh Mr random org (see picture below) picked Judy's Crafty Moments to be the winner of the goodies from yesterday's post - whoo hooo Judy. Hee hee If I had only known I could have sent it with your things yesterday lol!

Remember everybody in the UK can enter again for a chance to win more Stampin' Up! goodies :D please leave a comment on this post and I will pick the winner out of the hat on Sunday night at 10 pm and announce the result on Monday morning.

Have a great day & see you on Monday xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Good friend, just beachy, garden whimsy and tart & tangy.
Card stock: Summer sun, real red, certainly celery, old olive, tempting turquoise, chocolate chip, garden green and whisper white.
Ink: Brocade blue, summer sun, chocolate chip, real red, garden green, regal rose and tempting turquoise.
Tools used: Circle scallop punch (punched twice) 1 1/4 & 1 3/8 circle punch and blossom nesties.
Other: Sarah's dewdrops, forever friends cupcake stamp and studio g mini alphabet set.

Thursday, 1 October 2009

OH HAPPY DAY!




Whoooooooooooo hoooooooooooooo! I am now officially aloud to blub my little heart out and reveal the beautiful revelations from the brand new Stampin' Up! 2009/2010 idea book and catalogue. Oooh the punches, ooh the ribbons, ooh the little clippy things that when I saw them I actually gasped! Hopefully the link should be up to the new catty, if not straight away it will be up some time today.

Please take advantage of my mad state of euphoria because I am offering 10% OFF ALL ORDERS placed with me in October. This is my personal offer and there is no minimum spend. So 10% off your order before p&p. Also too in my madness I will be offering a goody bag EVERY DAY for the next five posts (including today) of Stampin' Up! products( see picture below for details) included in it are designer series paper and co-ordinating card stock, ribbon, ink spot, buttons, brads, die cut flowers and hardware). There will be a different mix of lovlies every post. All you have to do is be a UK resident and leave a comment please on this post. I will pull the names out of the hat at 10pm tonight and reveal the winner tomorrow.


Getting ready to place my gargantuan order when I get home from work tonight - can't wait :D. I've got to say I love Stampin' Up! and not just because I'm a demo, I am so lucky to be part of this amazing company all because of my passion for paper crafting :D. I am having the best time and made and met the best people since I started this exciting journey :D

Have a great day and remember leave me a comment to be in with a chance to win a Stampin' Up! goody bag. See you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Good friend.
Card stock: Old olive, summer sun and elegant eggplant.
Ink: Elegant eggplant, summer sun and old olive.
Paper: Old olive designer series paper.
Misc: Elegant eggplant narrow grosgrain.
Other: Button from stash and blossom nestie or you could use the scallop circle punch.