Friday, January 31, 2014

Playing catch up

Happy Friday, friends!

I have spent all week playing catch up! Seems like I just couldn't get ahead this week no matter what I did, so my to-do list was huge.  I was able to get a lot accomplished, though, and should finally get some serious creative time in this afternoon and through this weekend.  I am always so much more relaxed when I have time every day to do something crafty.

Anyway,  couple things to share today.

This stamped one-layer card is inspired by a tag that I saw on Pinterest.

I used the sketchy heart from Bubble talk and stamped it randomly in Smokey Shadow, Soft Stone, Hibiscus Burst, Sweet Blush, and Limeaide Ice on a select stampers white cardstock base.

Next, I stamped the LOVE from the Headline alpha stamps in Limeaide Ice ink and the "Hello" is a stamp from Mini-Blooms that I stamped in Smokey Shadow.  It came together really quickly and I think the gray tones in it make it a little less girly, but still Valentines-ish.

Cardstock: Select Stampers White
Stamps: Bubble Talk, Headline Alpha, Mini Blooms
Ink: Limeaide Ice, Smokey Shadow, Hibiscus Burst, Sweet Blush, Soft Stone

In celebration of my new job starting soon, I also made a cute little frame using a couple files from the Silhouette Online store by Lori Whitlock + some Papertrey supplies to decorate my new desk.  I love this frame.  I have big plans to make several more of these to put around various places of our home.

I used some Aqua mist cardstock for the frame and select stampers white for the easel base.  (These are 2 separate files in the online store.) **Note--  I added my own accent frame for the patterned paper to the file, that is not included in the file you purchase, but it's really simple to do.  I just duplicated one of the layers of the frame, resized it and resized the opening so that it would fit the front piece.  Sounds hard, but I promise it wasn't.   I stamped some flowers from Rosie Posie in Melon Berry and then the Step 2 images in Berry Sorbet and the leaves in Simply Chartreuse.  My little front frame image is cut from Damask patterned paper from the Aqua Mist pattern pack.  I attached that to the front of the frame after it was all assembled and then added my flowers.  I cut a piece of Melon Berry Cardstock for some contrast to the inside of the frame and then added my picture and a sentiment from the Best Is Yet to Be additions that I stamped in Aqua Mist on a little scrap of Vintage Cream and then matted it on some Aqua Mist cardstock.

This one was a little more complicated to put together, but I think my problems were that my glue is not as fast drying as it could be, and I used a really heavy cardstock that isn't extremely pliable.  I still love the result and I definitely recommend the file because the finished product is just awesome.  I can't wait to put this on my new desk!

Cardstock: Aqua mist, Select Stampers White, Melon Berry, Vintage Cream
Stamps: Rosie Posie, Rosie Posie Step 2, The Best Is Yet To Be Additions
Ink: Aqua Mist, Simply Chartreuse, Melon Berry, Berry Sorbet
Dies: Rosie Posie
Other: Silhouette cut files by Lori Whitlock (purchased from Silhouette Online Store), Aqua Mist Pattern Pack

That's it from me today! I'm looking forward to a nice relaxing weekend with the family (with hopefully no illness this time) and the SUPERBOWL! We are scheduled to get some snow on Sunday, so it'll be a good day to snuggle up on the couch, eat way too much football food, watch football, and most likely do a little knitting or crochet. GO BRONCOS! :-)

Have a great weekend!

Monday, January 27, 2014

Make It Monday #150

Hi-dee-ho! Happy Monday.

Sick kiddo in my house means lots of lounging around in our PJs with no particular plan in mind throughout this past weekend and again today. I normally don't get around to making my MIM card on Monday...usually Tuesday or Wednesday before I get there, but with being confined to the house on a normally busy errand day, I was able to get it done early! Thankfully I haven't started the new job yet, so I'm glad to at least get this illness over with before then so I don't have to miss any days right in the beginning!

Had some fun with this week's MIM challenge.  You can see the video over on Nichole's blog, HERE.  This week we were challenged to make a Window Screen Card.  I linked up a card from last week, but I wanted to make a new one also.  Here is the one I created after watching the video:

I decided to go with something a little more masculine this time.  I tend to gravitate towards florals and girly stuff, so I pulled out another set I haven't inked up in a while, Hello Foxy, and used it to make a little Valentine for the Mister.

I started out by cutting the Figure of Speech die from Kraft cardstock and embossing it using the Woodgrain impression plate to give it a more masculine feel.  I then die cut the Hexagon Coverplate and trimmed it down to fit behind the open 'window' of the word bubble.  I backed that with a piece of Aqua Mist patterned paper.

Next, I stamped the heart and You sentiment from Grand Ampersand onto individual hexagons, and then the word FOXY from Hello, Foxy and placed them in the word bubble using foam adhesive. I die cut the fox and stamped the image in Dark chocolate ink.   To finish the card, I used a double ended banner die that I stamped using some masking to fit the "Just sayin'" sentiment.  It didn't stand out as much as I wanted, so I placed a piece of dark chocolate cardstock underneath and then adhered them to the figure of speech die cut.  I placed that completed piece onto a trimmed sheet of Vintage cream, and then to an Aqua Mist card base.

Supplies: (All by Papertrey Ink)
Cardstock: Aqua Mist, Vintage Cream, Kraft, Orange Zest, Dark Chocolate
Stamps: Hello, Foxy, Grand Ampersand
Ink: Orange Zest, Dark Chocolate
Dies: Hello, Foxy, Cover Plate: Hexagon, Double Ended Banners, Figure of Speech

 There ya have it, friends! That's it from me today! Have a great rest of your day!

Saturday, January 25, 2014

January 2014 Papertrey Ink Blog Hop Part 2

Hey Hoppers,
  Back again for Part 2 of my Blog Hop Entry for this month's Papertrey Ink Blog Hop.

This card is one of my favorites that I've made in a while.  It is so soft and pretty in person.

I made the Framed Love die cut first and covered it in versamark ink and then Gold Glitter Zing Embossing powder.  Still one of my favorite products right now. Such a pretty glittery gold.

I wanted the frame to be the focal point of the card, so I used that as my jumping off point in designing the rest of it.  I started off with a sweet blush card base. Using the polka dot patterned heart from Happy Hearts in Sweet Blush ink, I stamped randomly on the card base. I then went back with Hibiscus Burst ink and stamped the same image again next to the first set of Sweet Blush hearts.

Next up, I decided to try out the white embossing on vellum to soften the look of the background and help my frame stand out.  Loving the way Danielle Flanders has been using this technique lately, so I was excited to try it.  I used Fancy Flourishes stamp set and stamped the images in versamark and then heat embossed with white embossing powder.  I attached that to my card base.  I then added a die cut from Limitless Layers Hearts, also from Sweet Blush, and centered it on the card front before adding my gold glittered frame.

I can't wait for Valentine's day to get here! I love spoiling my girls and my sweet husband. 

In case you missed my first post, you can click HERE to find it. Now I'm off to go enjoy the blog hop and see everyone else's beautiful work.  Enjoy the rest of your day, thanks for stopping by!

Cardstock: Sweet Blush, Vintage Cream, Vellum (from The Paper Studio)
Stamps: Happy Hearts, Fancy Flourishes
Ink: Sweet Blush, Hibiscus Burst, Versamark
Dies: Framed Love, Limitless Layers: Hearts
Other: Gold Glitter Zing Embossing Powder, White Filigree Embossing Powder

January 2014 Papertrey Ink Blog Hop- Part 1

Good morning, PTI blog-hoppers!

So excited about this month's theme because Pink is one of my two favorite colors.

Here is the first of my projects for this month's blog hop. (I am doing this in two posts so I can link up both projects.)

I started out with a vintage cream card base for this one.  I die cut several strips of the Filigree border die from Raspberry Fizz, Sweet Blush, and Berry Sorbet.  I arranged them on the card base by color, in stacks so they made a flower shape.  (I ended up covering up the sweet blush one with the doily).

I added a doily and a die cut doily from the details die collection from sweet blush cardstock.  I topped those with a strip of bitty dot dark chocolate paper for contrast that was adhered to the back of a strip of vintage cream to help my sentiment stand out.  I chose Boutique Borders Birthday and die cut the frame from melon berry cardstock.  I then stamped the coordinating frame image and sentiment using Berry Sorbet.

To finish off the card, I chose a couple enamel dots from My Mind's Eye.

Cardstock: Vintage Cream, Raspberry Fizz, Sweet Blush, Berry Sorbet, Melon Berry and bitty dot Patterned paper pack (dark chocolate)
Stamps: Boutique Borders: Birthday
Ink: Melon Berry
Dies: Filigree Border Die, Doily Details Die Collection, Boutique Borders: Birthday die
Other: Enamel dots from My Minds Eye, large white doily

My next project is my favorite! Click HERE to go on to Part 2!

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Make It Monday #149

Hey there!! Welcome back!!

I am here for another Make it Monday challenge over at Nichole Heady's blog.  You can find details about the challenge here.  This week it's all about Glitter Embellishments.  I love love love glitter, so this one was right up my alley.

Here is the card that I came up with.

I wanted to use a stamp set that I hadn't inked up in a while, so I pulled out  Boy Basics: Out of this World. I started out with the spring rain card base and stamped it with some of the star images and the cluster of dots image from the set in Enchanted Evening ink.  I then die cut the tipped top dies (I stacked the smallest and the largest together to make the frame) and stamped it with the countdown stamp all the way around.  Next, I ran a piece of select stampers white cardstock through my xyron machine like Heather Nichols demonstrated in the video and die cut the pieces from the coordinating die set.  As well as one of the Happy dies from Tipped Tops.

Using the same technique as the video, I cut the xyron paper from the die cut images with an exacto knife.  For the space ship image, I did something slightly different.  I stamped the image onto the paper backing and then used the stamped image to trim the paper in sections to add the glitter.  This way, I was still able to get some of the stamped image detail and still use the technique for the challenge.

I finished off the card by die cutting some of the limitless layers squares from orange zest and white, and stamping Birthday from Stylish Sentiments: Birthday and also one of the sentiments from the Out of this World set.  I added it to my card front with foam adhesive and then arranged all of my glittered embellishments. So fun! Love all that glittery goodness!

Supplies (All PTI unless otherwise specified)
Cardstock: Spring Rain, Pure Poppy, Orange Zest, Select Stampers White, Simply Chartreuse
Stamps: Boy Basics: Out of this World, Stylish Sentiments: Birthday
Ink: Pure Poppy, Enchanted Evening, Orange Zest
Dies: Tipped Tops, Out of This World, Limitless Layers: Squares
Other:  Glitter- Various sources.

On another note,

 I had a request from my post yesterday to share the patterns that I used to make the baby booties and hat.  For the booties, I used this pattern from Repeat Crafter Me, but instead of adding flowers, I made some bows to add.  I don't have a pattern link for the bows, but there are lots of tutorials out there if you're not sure how to make a bow. For mine, I did a chain of 25, and then did alternating rows of single crochet and half double crochet for 4 rows, finished it off and then folded it into a cuff shape, sewed the ends together, and then wrapped yarn around the middle of the "cuff" to form the bow.  Easy peasy. I guess that is sort of a pattern to share with you, isn't it? :-)  Hopefully that makes sense.  For the hat, I used this pattern, but instead of doing the bow that she did, I made another one of the bows that I used on the booties so that they matched.

Thank you for the question! Please let me know if you have any others that I can answer for you!

Have a wonderful day, friends! Thanks for visiting!

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Good News!

For those that read my last post, I have some great news! I have accepted the position that I interviewed for last week.  I'm extremely excited to embark on a new adventure here, though it does make me miss the family of co-workers that I left with my last job.  I am hoping this job will help me to make some connections here in our new home town and make this place feel like more of a home than it has these last few months.  I haven't gotten my start date yet, as a background check and other things need to be completed first, but it will be sometime in the next couple of weeks.  This will be another change for my family, but hopefully a positive one.

On a craftier note, it was a busy weekend for creativity around here.  

I did some stamping and made this card:

I started out by die cutting 2 pieces of white cardstock using the Hexagon Cover plate.  I stacked them so they were off-set slightly and then mounted them on a trimmed piece of Royal Velvet cardstock.  Next, I cut a piece of Raspberry fizz cardstock to fit and then trimmed the inside window out to create a frame.  This panel was placed on a white card base and then the sentiment frame was die cut using Boutique Borders Birthday and stamped with the coordinating stamp set.  Bright and fun and even though there is a lot of little details, it still has a clean look.

Supplies: (All by Papertrey)
Cardstock: White, Royal Velvet, Raspberry Fizz
Stamps: Boutique Borders: Birthday
Ink: Royal Velvet, Aqua Mist
Dies: Boutique Borders: Birthday, Hexagon Coverplate

Next up, I had time for a little crochet-

My cousin requested that I make him a beard hat.  Here is the Mister modeling it for me to make sure it had a good fit.

Then, because about 80% of my friends are expecting babies in the coming months, I decided to make my first ever pair of baby booties and added these cute little bows to the tops.

And of course I had to make a matching little hat to go with it.

If you follow me on facebook and/or Instagram, you saw those already as I posted them just after they were finished! It was a lot of watching sports around here, so I had plenty of time to sit and crochet! Love those kinds of weekends, but I must admit I am itching to get out and do something a little more active! The weather is supposed to be incredible here this weekend, so here's hoping for some outdoor fun!

I am off to go prepare for the Papertrey Blog Hop and this week's make it Monday challenge! Make sure to come back by to check it out!

Have a great day!

Thursday, January 16, 2014

2014- so far you're AWESOME

First of all,  a quick thank you to those that sent positive thoughts for my interview yesterday.  It went well.  I don't know if I got the job yet, but I feel good about the way I interviewed and presented my qualifications.  I also booked another interview for Monday, so even if I don't get that job or this next one, I am hoping that I'm on the right track.  Getting one of them sure would be nice, too, but having the phone ring for interviews is major. There aren't many places to apply that are close to our home, so having 2 call backs within a week is amazing.

2014 is off to a great start for me.  I have a card being published in the June issue of CARDS Magazine. After not having submitted anything for a long time, it feels good to be back at it and I am submitting regularly again.  Added bonus that I found out about the first one of my submissions being picked up so quickly.  I also got a shout out on my Make it Monday card for this week, which is almost just as exciting since PTI is my favorite company.  I am working out more, eating better-- putting more priority on my health and myself has been an overdue change, but I feel good about it.  All things that are leading me steps closer to my goals for this year.  To me, that makes 2014 awesome.  So far.

Growing this blog is another project of mine for the year.  Sharing more.  Posting more.  I'm off to a great start with that too.  Each person that comes by here and reads a post or comments on a card, etc is helping with that, and I'm grateful.  So thank you.  I hope this year is bringing good things your way too.

I have a quick thank you card to share with you before I sign off for the day.

This card was inspired by a mini binder that I picked up at Target to use as my planner for 2014.  It has a bold floral pattern with this color scheme.

To create the background, I started with a cut, scored, and folded standard size A2 piece of Vintage cream cardstock.  I used the images from Ruby Rose (see, I told you I love this set) and stamped them in Sweet Blush, Dark Chocolate, Harvest Gold, Berry Sorbet, and Ocean Tides.

The sentiment is from Ruby Reprise.  I stamped it in Dark Chocolate ink on a pinked edge labels die cut.  I added some stitching with some pink embroidery floss and set off the sentiment with the little flowers from Ruby Reprise.

Well I'm off to fold some laundry before the kids get out of school! I hope you all have a wonderful day!

Cardstock: Vintage Cream, Dark Chocolate
Ink: Harvest Gold, Dark Chocolate, Ocean Tides, Sweet Blush, and Berry Sorbet
Stamps: Ruby Rose, Ruby Reprise
Dies: Pinked Edge Labels
Other: Pink embroidery Floss

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Make It Monday #148

I am back for this week's Make It Monday Challenge over at Nichole Heady's blog.

This week, the technique is multi-colored generation stamping using line images.  I chose to go outside the box a little bit with my stamp selection and I chose two images from the Rosie Posie Step 2 Stamp Set.

 I started out with the larger circular image and stamped it in limeaid ice ink on Vintage Cream cardstock followed by spring moss ink.  I used the same image again in sweet blush and raspberry fizz inks.  Then I took the smaller circle image and stamped it in aqua mist and Hawaiian shores ink.

I created the sentiment panel using a Mat Stack #4 layerz die cut and stamped it with a sentiment from Hello Friend and then added the larger "Friend" word from Friends 'Til the End.  I finished off the sentiment tag by stamping the border image from Boutique Borders: Birthday in Versamark ink.

I cut a dark chocolate mat and adhered the vintage cream to that and then attached those layers to a Kraft cardstock base using foam adhesive.

At first, I wasn't sure I was going to like this technique because in the video the image just looked like it was out of focus.  Almost like I forgot to put my glasses on.  But now that I've tried it, it was most likely just hard to capture on video.  The technique was a lot of fun and going through my stamps to find images that would work was fun too.  Looking at supplies in a new way is definitely a bonus to doing these challenges.

I also have one more card to share before I go.  Not for this technique, but just for fun.  This is another that I made over winter break.  Again, if you follow me on Instagram, you've seen peeks of this one, but I still wanted to share it here.

For this card, I used the Sweet Life stamp set along with Stylish Sentiments: Birthday.

And my love affair with the gold filigree embossing powder continues *wink.  Love this stuff.

I die cut the flowers and leaves from Vintage Cream cardstock and stamped them with lavender moon, winter wisteria, and Royal Velvet inks.  The leaves were stamped in Spring Moss ink and dark chocolate ink.  I stamped the sentiment in versamark and then heat embossed it with the gold filigree embossing powder.

After I arranged the flowers and leaves, I felt like it was missing something, so I added the little bow in the upper right hand corner.  The ribbon came from the dollar spot at Target.

Just one more little thing to share before I go for the day! I have a job interview at the local hospital tomorrow- keep your fingers crossed that the position is a good fit for me and my family.  I really enjoy being a stay at home mom, but with constant cuts to military benefits and pay, we would feel more comfortable with my added income until we know for sure what is happening in the long run.  I will still be sharing here regularly, of course, and have high hopes of joining a design team this year, which would give me even more to share with you.

Thanks in advance for the positive thoughts!  Glad you stopped by today, I'll see you back here tomorrow with some more fun stuff!

Make it Monday #148 card
Supplies: (All PTI unless otherwise specified)
Cardstock: Vintage Cream, Kraft, Dark Chocolate, Simply Chartreuse
Stamps: Rosie Posie Step 2, Friends 'Til the End, Hello Friend, Boutique Borders: Birthday
Ink: Sweet Blush, Raspberry Fizz, Limeaid Ice, Spring Moss, Dark Chocolate, Aqua Mist, Hawaiian Shores, and Versamark
Dies: Mat Stack Layerz #4

Sweet Life Birthday Card
Supplies: (All PTI unless otherwise specified)
Cardstock: Royal Velvet, Vintage Cream
Stamps: The Sweet Life, Stylish Sentiments: Birthday
Ink: Lavender moon, Winter Wisteria, Royal Velvet, Spring Moss, Dark Chocolate, and Versamark
Dies: Sweet Life
Other: Gold ribbon from Target Dollar Spot

Monday, January 13, 2014

CTS #59

Hey there friends! Welcome back for post #2 today.

This is my first time playing along with the (CAS)E this sketch challenge.  You can find this week's challenge here.

Here is the sketch:

My interpretation of the sketch:

 I chose the Papertrey Ink Propose A Toast stamp set for my card.  I started out with a stampers select white standard size card base.  I added some dry embossed lines using my scor-pal and then stamped the bubbles in Versamark ink.  I added some gold filigree embossing powder for a little sparkle and heat embossed that image.  I then die cut and stamped the glasses from white cardstock and stamped the coordinating images in Berry Sorbet ink.  I added the sentiment, also from Propose a Toast, in True black ink to finish off the card.

Clean and simple with a lot of white space.

Here is a close up so you can see the shimmer from the embossing powder.

I really enjoyed playing along with this sketch challenge.  It's always fun to try something new! I'll be participating again for sure!

That's it from me today! Go off and do something creative today!  See you tomorrow!

Supplies: (All Papertrey Ink unless otherwise specified)
Cardstock: Select Stampers White
Stamps: Propose a Toast
Ink: Versamark, True Black, Berry Sorbet
Dies: Propose a Toast
Other: Gold Filigree Embossing Powder, Scor-Pal

A little love for Valentine's day

I meant to post this yesterday, so there will be two posts today! Yippee!  After staying up late watching football on Saturday night, I spent most of Sunday afternoon on the couch napping and snuggling with my husband and our girls.  It was an extremely relaxing day. Unfortunately my Colts lost to the Patriots on Saturday.  We had a great season, though, and now I'll be rooting for the Broncos.  Still lots of love for Peyton Manning!

Now...onto the projects for today!  This is another of the cards I made with the release from last month.  If you follow me on Facebook and Instagram, I did already post a peek of this one, but wanted to share it here as well.

I started off by stamping the cute owl image from Polka Dot Parade #11 multiple times on a piece of white cardstock.  I added the wings stamped in multiple colors as well as all of the other cute little details to create a background patterned paper.  Next, I did some die cutting and cut out a couple of the hearts from Limitless Layers: Hearts and a double ended banner and stamped those with some sentiments from PDP #11.  I adhered those to the patterned paper background and then attached that to a standard A2 Royal Velvet card base.

These little owls are so cute.  I'm excited to play with this set even more for some cute treats for my girls.   We are starting a new tradition for February. I made some little mailboxes using my silhouette, and we will be doing some family love notes throughout the month- it will be fun to make some cute little notes and leave mail for each other. I hope the rest of my family thinks this idea is as fun as I do.

Here is a little picture of the mailboxes.  I used a cut file by Lori Whitlock.

Here is what the box looks like when it's open

Here are all four of our boxes.  I used some old patterned paper from American Crafts to make all 4 of them.  The heart shape is not included in the cut file, it is one that I made myself.  The font for the mailboxes is Chunk Five.  You can download it here.

I'll be back later today with my take on the (CAS)E this sketch! Challenge!  I hope you all had a wonderful weekend!!

Owl Card Supplies: (all PTI)
Cardstock: Royal Velvet, Select Stampers White, Hibiscus Burst, Sweet Blush
Stamps: Polka Dot Parade #11
Ink: Dark Chocolate, Summer Sunrise, Pure Poppy, Harvest Gold, Royal Velvet, Aqua Mist, New Leaf, True Black
Dies: Polka Dot Parade #11, Limitless Layers: Hearts, Double Ended Banners

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Some fun with Ruby Rose

Happy Saturday, friends! 

Glad that the weekend is finally here- even though we will be spending a good chunk of it cleaning/organizing the garage.  (Yuck).  Since we moved here to Oklahoma into base housing, we are down 2 bedrooms + my office space, so the garage is corralling all of the overflow.  Eventually we will get it all into a storage unit for the duration of our time here, but until then the garage is a maze of boxes. 

 My hubby and I are into woodworking.  It's something that we really enjoy doing together, and since the bulk of our garage space has been overtaken by beds, dressers, my office stuff, and the bins containing our holiday decor, out of season clothing, etc, we haven't been able to use any of the tools.   In addition, all of our workout equipment is in the garage since there is no where in the house to put it. A treadmill, elliptical, bike trainer, step, various weights, and more also live out there.  My husband just signed himself up for the base Biggest Loser contest, so we need to get that area nice and tidy so he can use it.  And me too. I didn't sign up for the contest, but I'll definitely compete with him to keep him (and myself) motivated.

Other than that project, it should be a nice and relaxing weekend around here.  The Colts v. Patriots game is definitely on the to-do list.  Cheering on our Colts loud and proud.  The last game I yelled at the TV to the point where it made my girls jump.  I'm sure this one will be just as bad, but hopefully will be easier on my blood pressure than the last game was.  I was surprised when I was out and about around town yesterday to see so many other people wearing Colts gear.  Most people around here are Cowboys fans so it was a pleasant surprise to see all the Colts fans showing their support.  

Hopefully I'll get some more stamping time in too.  In the meantime, here is another card that I made using some of my new Christmas goodies.  This Ruby Rose set is quickly becoming a favorite of mine, so you should probably expect to see a lot more of it in the near future! I love these images. 

I started out with a white card front and stamped the various flowers from Ruby Rose in Soft Stone ink.  Once I was happy with the way the pattern looked, I stamped the Happy Birthday sentiment from the set.  I then die cut and stamped the large flower and leaves from Ruby Rose.  I chose the colors Pure Poppy, Aqua Mist, and White to work with.

I finished the card off with some enamel dots from My Mind's Eye for Studio Calico that I got in a scrapbook kit a couple months ago and then attached the card front to a cut and scored standard A2 size aqua mist card base. Quick and easy, clean and simple.

That's all for me today, I'm off to get some garage-work done! Wish me luck!!!

Supplies: (All PTI unless otherwise specified)
Cardstock: Select Stampers White, Aqua Mist
Stamps: Ruby Rose
Ink: Aqua Mist, Soft Stone, Pure Poppy, True Black
Dies:  Ruby Rose
Other: Enamel dots by MME for Studio Calico