Sunday, November 30, 2014

Tic Tac ... Tree for The Paper Players

Hi there and welcome back!  Today I decided to participate in the current challenge at The Paper Players, where Jaydee has provided us with a fun Tic Tac Toe challenge.  As it ended up, my card matches up with both a diagonal and vertical row

I dug through my retired Christmas stamp sets, my mind fixed on using the big, beautiful tree from Christmas Lodge. First, the tree image was stamped in Versamark and Garden Green ink on Very Vanilla card stock, then heat embossed with clear embossing powder.  

Although the Kraft card stock and dsp suggest a more rustic card, I really like dressing it up with Glimmer paper.  In this case, a strip along side the main image, a star atop the tree and little red ornaments adorning the boughs.  The beautiful sentiment from the same stamp set was first inked with Encore Gold, then heat embossed with Gold embossing powder.

That's it for this evening.  I hope you have a great week ahead.  Be sure to use the link above to check out all the great inspiration and join in the challenge.  Thanks so much for visiting and I'd love to hear from you if you have a moment to leave a comment!



Product details:
Stamps:  Christmas Lodge
Paper:  Kraft, Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green, Red and Gold Glimmer paper, Under the Tree designer series paper
Ink:  Versamark, Garden Green, Encore Gold
Other:  Stampin' Emboss Gold and Clear embossing powders, Confetti Stars punch, 1/8" Hand Held punch, Cherry Cobbler 1" Sheer Linen ribbon

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Christmas Present Tags

Hello again and welcome back!  Several weeks ago I made some Christmas tags that I thought I would share with you today.  They were made with four different stamp sets.

The first one was made with the Festival of Trees stamp set and matching Tree punch.  Can I just say that I love this one?

I started by first punching the Tree Punch through a piece of  Under the Tree dsp, then cutting it with a Starburst framelit. That ensured I could center the punched out portion in the circle.  The tree from Festival of Trees was then stamped in Mossy Meadow on a Whisper White tag punched at the top with the Scallop Tag Topper punch.  Mossy Meadow Stitched Satin Ribbon and Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine top the tag.  Finally, Cherry Cobbler Dazzling Details was used to create the tree "ornaments".

All is Calm Designer Washi Tape decorates these two tags...the colors of Pool Party, Silver, Pear Pizazz and Lost Lagoon are so gorgeous together and create some fun designs.  The tag on the left bears a snowflake from Best of Snow heat embossed with Pewter embossing powder, and topped with Pear Pizazz Seam Binding ribbon that was tied off with a small piece of 1/8" Silver ribbon.  Stamps from Cheerful Tags were used on the other tag, with a bit of Silver Dazzling Diamonds added to the middle of the little snow flake.  Pool Party Baker's Twine was attached at the top.

The two final tags were made with a single stamp that I purchased from last year's Holiday Catalogue but never used.

Cherry Cobbler and Mossy Meadow inks were used to stamp and color these tags, with Dazzling Details added to the berries.  Mossy Meadow Stitched Satin ribbon and retired Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin ribbon were added to the tops and wrapped with Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine.

Well, that's it for tonight.  Earlier we enjoyed our Thanksgiving dinner and now we're keeping with the other holiday tradition by watching football (Go Seahawks!).  Unfortunately, I have to work tomorrow, but I'm hoping for a quiet day (many, many people have the day off).  Take care and thanks for visiting!



Cozy Christmas

Welcome back!  I made this card late today and decided to go ahead and share tonight.  It's for Mojo Monday, where Julee has another great sketch.  I always love her sketches but his week it's my favorite kind, Tall and Skinny.

I started with a card base of Kraft that is 3.5" x 6" and added strips of Under the Table dsp.  The main image began with a rectangle of Confetti Cream where one of the houses from Holiday Home and "snow" from White Christmas were stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black, then colored with a Blender pen and reinkers.  The tree was stamped next to the house in Garden Green.

It is difficult to tell from the photos, but the "snow" and the trim around the door and the lower floor windows were colored with Craft Whisper White ink.  The sentiment was first stamped in Encore Gold then heat embossed in gold embossing powder, carrying on the gold theme from the Baker's Twine and Gold Foil card stock underlying the main image.

As always, your visit and comments are so appreciated!  Happy Thanksgiving everyone!



Product details:
Stamps:  Holiday Home, White Christmas
Paper:  Confetti Cream,  Cherry Cobbler, Gold Foil Kraft, Under the Tree dsp
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Basic Black, Garden Green, Craft Whisper White
Other:  Confetti Star punch, Blender Pen, Gold Baker's Twine, Stampin' Emboss Gold embossing powder

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Two cards for Paper Players

Hello and welcome back!  Today I have two cards to share that were made with this weeks sketch challenge at Paper Players.

I thought this was a great sketch for a quick, clean and simple Christmas card.  The focal point is perfect for the cute skater image from For the Birds stamp set.

I colored this first image with reinkers and a Blender pen.  I added a bit of Silver Dazzling Details to the pom pom on top of the hat to add to the sparkle provided by the Red and Silver Glimmer paper.  Everything was adhered to a base of Under the Table dsp.

This next card has a few differences from the first.  I used Blendability markers to color the bird image rather than ink, and added a cute wood snowflake from the Many Merry Stars Simply Created kit.  I decided I could afford to use one more on a card versus on a star from the kit (there are 21 wood stars included in the kit in 3 different sizes).  This card also uses Under the Table dsp, just a different color and design.

Thank you so much for taking the time to visit!  I hope you'll leave a comment as well - I always love to hear from you. For those in the US, I hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving tomorrow, filled with good food and great company!  Be sure to use the link above to visit the Paper Players and check out all the super inspiration, plus there is still time to join in if you want to play along.



Product details:
Stamps:  For the Birds
Paper:  Whisper White, Early Espresso, Red and Silver Glimmer paper, Under the Table dsp
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Real Red, Garden Green, Sahara Sand, Silver Encore
Other:  Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, and Smoky Slate Blendability markers, Cherry Cobbler and Silver Dazzling Details, Cherry Cobbler and Silver Baker's Twine, Snowflake punch (non-SU), Many Merry Stars Simply Created kit (wood Snowflake), Regals buttons.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

White Christmas cards

Hello again!  Tonight I have two cards to share, both made with the White Christmas stamp set in the current Holiday catalogue.  The first card uses the sketch from Pals Paper Arts.

Looking through my stash of Christmas dsp, I came across a pretty piece with white snowflakes against a Baja Breeze background and decided it would be complementary to a little snowy scene with the White Christmas stamp set.  The scene was stamped on Whisper White in Memento Tuxedo Black, with the sky and star sponged first, then a blender pen was used to color the tree and the star.  I also used a retired SU Journaling pen to extend the snowy landscape behind the bear.

I started with So Saffron on and around the star.  I deliberately left kind of a halo effect around the tree to indicate the light shining down on Madam Bear from the star.  Baja Breeze and Not Quite Navy were used to sponge the sky.

A piece of retired striped grosgrain ribbon was adhered across the bottom of the image, then topped with a sentiment from Endless Wishes.  Basic Rhinestones add a big of sparkle.

My next card uses more traditional Christmas colors.  I wanted to utilize the Merry Christmas banner as my sentiment, so that dictated the scene set up.  The base is Kraft, with a strip of Under the Table dsp under the main image.

For this card, the sky was lightly sponged with a sponge dauber in Soft Sky ink.  The birds and the snowman's scarf and hat were colored in Real Red with a blender pen.  The birds were snipped out and adhered to the trees with Glue Dots. Dazzling Details Silver Sparkle was applied along the ground and around the bottom of the trees.

Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine was threaded through a Silver Basic Metal Button and then glued to a piece of Garden Green card stock cut out with a Hearts A Flutter banner framelit. Overall, a very simple card.  Both cards ended up being flat enough for mailing without additional postage.  Yippee!

Well, if you lasted through this long post, thank you!  Be sure to use the link above to visit Pal Paper Arts, plus there is a bit of time left to join in if you are able.  As always, your visit and comments are so appreciated!  I hope you have a great week ahead, including a very Happy Thanksgiving to my visitors from the US.



Product details:
Card 1
Stamps:  White Christmas, Endless Wishes
Paper:  Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Not Quite Navy, Snow Festival dsp
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Baja Breeze, Not Quite Navy, So Saffron, Crumb Cake
Other:  1" circle and 1 1/4" Scallop Circle punches, Baja Breeze Striped Grosgrain ribbon, Basic Rhinestones, Blender Pen, Stampin' Up Journaling pen

Card 2
Stamps:  White Christmas
Paper:  Kraft, Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green, Under the Tree dsp
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Real Red, Garden Green, Crumb Cake, Sahara Sand, Soft Sky
Other:  Hearts A Flutter framelit, Silver Basic Metal Button, Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine, Blender Pen, Dazzling Details Silver Sparkle

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Festival Greetings

Good evening!  A quick post to share the card made for this week's challenge at Freshly Made Sketches.

I have a lot of Christmas cards yet to make, so I used the sketch to add to my stash.  I'm so far behind, I'm making at least two of everything in hopes of putting a quicker dent in number we need this year.

I decided to turn the card 45 degrees.  I pulled out some scraps of Snow Festival dsp from last years Holiday catalogue and made the trees to match.  Both trees were heat embossed on card stock then punched with the matching Tree punch.

Thanks for visiting and as always, I love to hear from you if you have a moment to leave a comment!  Back tomorrow with another card I made today (yup, it was a productive day today!).



Product details:
Stamps:  Festival of Trees, Greetings of the Season (ret.)
Paper:  Whisper White, island Indigo, Snow Festival dsp (ret.)
Ink:  Island Indigo, Versamark
Other:  Stampin' Emboss Pool Party and Pewter embossing powders, Tree and Corner Rounder punches, Frosted Sequins, Silver 1/8" ribbon, Coastal Cabana Blendability maker

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Bearing Gifts

Here it is, Sunday night again already!  The weekend always flies by, it seems.  But a good thing about Sundays is Karen Giron's Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge.  This week she has created a super flexible sketch that I used to make a couple more Christmas cards.

I pulled out the darling Bearing Gifts stamp, inked it up with Memento Tuxedo Black and stamped it on Whisper White card stock.  A blender pen and reinkers were used to color the image.

The card was assembled with a Kraft card based topped with a piece of Under the Tree dsp and wrapped with three strands of Gold Bakers Twine.  The flags were cut from Brushed Gold scraps and attached to the Mossy Meadow mat under the main image.  The stars were punched from Gold Glimmer paper with the Confetti Stars punch.  After taking the time to color the image, this card went together very quickly.  So much so, I made a second card that is just slightly different.

For this card, I used some retired Gold Elastic Cord, plus the card stock for the mat and flag were changed up.  I discovered that I really love Soft Sky and Mossy Meadow together, along with Cherry Cobbler.  They especially marry well in the colored image.  Because the main image is so engaging (and large) I didn't feel the need for a lot of additional embellishment, making it perfect for mailing.

As always, your visit and comments are so appreciated!  Please be sure to use the link above to visit Karen's blog and check out all the great inspiration.  I hope you have a great week ahead!



Product details:
Stamps:  Bearing Gifts
Paper:  Kraft, Whisper White, Mossy Meadow, Soft Sky, Brushed Gold, Gold Glimmer, Under the Tree dsp
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Cherry Cobbler, Soft Sky, Mossy Meadow, Crumb Cake, Sahara Sand, Blush Blossom, Chocolate Chip
Other:  Gold Baker's Twine, Gold Elastic Cord, Confetti Stars punch

Cheerful Decor

Welcome back!  Today I have some fun 3-D items to share with you.  I recently tried out my new Gift Box Punch Board and also made my first star from the Many Merry Stars Simply Created Kit.

The largest box of the group, which ends up measuring 4 x 4 x 4 inches' was created from a 12 x 12 inch piece of retired textured Garden Green card stock.  It was topped with the fabulous new Cherry Cobbler Sheer Linen ribbon and a tag made with the Cheerful Tags stamp set.  Once I truly understood the instructions for making the box, it was easy.  But it does take a careful reading of the instructions to follow the score lines correctly.

The tag, punched with the Note Tag punch, was first stamped with the snow flake stamp in Versamark on Very Vanilla, then heat embossed with gold embossing powder.  The word Merry was then added in Cherry Cobbler and the line of trees in Garden Green.  It was then attached to the ribbon with Gold Baker's Twine.

The smaller box was created from a 8 x 8 inch piece of Under the Tree dsp.  The final size of the box is 1.75 x 1.75 x 3.25 inches.  It was topped with Cherry Cobbler Waffle Weave ribbon, Chantilly Crochet Trim (both retired) and a string of Gold Sequins.  The wood embellishment and gold star were borrowed from the Many Merry Stars Simply Created Kit.

I am so enamored with the Many Merry Stars Simply Created Kit!!!  Typically I am not a purchaser of the kits that Stampin' Up! sells, but this one really caught my attention as it is one I knew I could not replicate easily or economically on my own. This is the first star I made and it taught me how crucial it is to make all the angles are true as possible so the star will stand evenly.  There are soooo many fun embellishments, including those sweet wood snow flakes, plus plenty of red and gold glimmer stars, along with several tags, banners and pennants that can be decorated with your choice of stamps, plus several die-cut sentiments.  The sizes of the stars range very small to one extremely large star, and I plan on using most either as decorations around the house or as fun holiday gifts.

Thanks for dropping by!  As always, your visit and comments are so appreciated.



Product details:
Stamps:  Cheerful Tags
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Garden Green (textured), Under the Tree dsp
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green, Versamark
Other:  Many Merry Stars Simply Created kit (star and embellishments)  Chantilly Crochet Trim, Gold Sequins, Cherry Cobbler Sheer Linen and Waffle Weave ribbons, Note Tag punch, Gold Baker's Twine, Gift Box Punch Board, Stampin' Emboss Gold embossing powder

Saturday, November 15, 2014

So Thankful

Well, I thought I was done with Thanksgiving cards (hence my post yesterday LOL) but I realized I needed one more card to send to a family member, so it was the FMS sketch to the rescue.

The Best of Autumn stamp set provided the stamp used to create this card.  While I love the sentiment that is included in the set, it was too large for this layout, so I used a Soft Suede marker to ink up just part of a sentiment from I Like You.

The tree was heat embossed and colored with a reinkers and a blender pen.  A sponge dauber was used to color the sky after lightly touching a Soft Sky ink pad.

You may be wondering how the cloud images were applied to the Pool Party panel behind the main image.  I used an idea I saw in the large catalogue.  I took my Pool Party ink pad and used it to ink up the raised portion of this retired embossing folder, then laid the folder across the card stock panel and the cloud images came out perfectly!  It was a fun experiment.

I was done with the card but it just seemed too heavily weighted to the bottom right corner.  I tried adding Candy Dots or Basic Jewels to the upper area but nothing looked right.  Then I came across this non-Stampin' Up piece of lace that I bought years ago and somehow it just seemed to fit at the top, almost giving the feel like you're looking out Grandma's window at the tree in the back yard or something.  Or maybe that's just me.  Anyway, I would love to hear what you think, if it adds or detracts from the card.

Thanks for coming by today!  I love reading your comments, so please take a moment and share your thoughts.  Be sure to use the link above to visit the FMS blog and check out all the wonderful inspiration!



Product details:
Stamps:  Best of Autumn, I Like You
Paper:  Soft Suede, More Mustard, Pool Party, Confetti White, Spice Cake
Ink:  Crumb Cake, Soft Suede, Soft Sky, More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie, Pool Party, Versamark
Other:  Stampin' Emboss Clear embossing powder, Word Window Punch, Bitty Banner framelit, Clouds embossing folder, Gold Baker's Twine, Gold Basic Metal button, Sponge Dauber, Blender Pen, Lace (non-SU)

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Last Two.....

...Thanksgiving cards for this year (I think).  At least the final one using Autumn Splendor!  Yeah!!  Don't get me wrong, I love that set, but after coloring multiple panels of leaves and making multiple cards with the same stamp set (boring!), I'm ready to move on.  But first let me share that last card, using this week's sketch from Mojo Monday.  Further down is a second Thanksgiving card using the new Holiday Home stamp set.

My card starts with a Cherry Cobbler base that is then topped with a panel of Early Espresso Core'dinations paper previously run through the Big Shot with the Stylish Stripes embossing folder.  The tilted panels are Cajun Craze card stock and the stamped and watercolored panel.

Can I just say I am in love with the Cherry Cobbler Sheer Linen ribbon available in the Holiday Catalogue?  I resisted at first, I mean I have soooo much ribbon already, did I really need more?  But I decided it would not go to waste between cards and boxes made with the new Gift Box Punch Board, so I went ahead and ordered it.  I'm so glad I did - it is beautiful ribbon that is so easy to work with.  And while it is sheer, it is substantial enough not to fray terribly on the ends, which I find happens with Seam Binding ribbon.  Okay, done with the editorializing and on to the next card.

I call this "The Card That Took FOREVER".  Seriously.  I spent hours designing, discarding, redesigning and revamping before ending up with this very simple design.  I tried to couple the busy dsp, which I ended up using anyway, with a somewhat elaborate scene using the stamps from Holiday Home, and it just didn't work, of course.  Different dsp, no dsp, change the scene...drove me crazy (of course, my husband reminds me that is a very short trip - ha, ha!).  I finally came back around to this dsp with just blowing leaves behind the house that had been colored with a mix of Blendability markers and Classic Ink.  Still don't love the card, but I do like the house...

...and the interior with dancing leaves decorating the edges.

Well, thanks for sticking with me and I hope your adventures in crafting go easier than mine on that last card!  As always, your visit and comments are so appreciated!



Product details:
Card 1
Stamps:  Autumn Splendor, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper:  Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso Core'dinations, Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Watercolor
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler, Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Hello Honey, So Saffron, Soft Suede, Early Espresso, Tangelo Twist, Versamark
Other:  Stampin' Emboss Early Espresso embossing powder, Stylish Stripes embossing folder, Blender Pen, Basic Rhinestones, Pumpkin Pie Blendability marker, Cherry Cobbler Sheer Linen ribbon

Card 2
Stamps:  Holiday Home, Holiday Wishes
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Naturals Ivory, Early Espresso, More Mustard, Pool Party, Spice Cake dsp
Ink:  Tangelo Twist, More Mustard, Cajun Craze, Early Espresso, So Saffron, Pool Party, Memento Tuxedo Black
Other:  Skin Tone Assortment & Pumpkin Pie Blendability markers, Gold Basic Metal Button, Linen Twine, More Mustard 1/4" Grosgrain ribbon, Ovals Collection and Holiday Home framelits, Blender Pen

Gift Card Envelopes

Welcome back!  A few weeks ago I received my new Gift Card Envelope & Trims Thinlit and decided to try it out with a variety of new and retired designer papers.  My grandkids love getting gift cards for music or other shopping, and I like giving gift cards for other occasions, so I knew the investment in this thinlit would yield plenty of use!  I have three to share with you today.  All three are a case of the example shown in the Holiday catalogue.

The first envelope was made from Under the Tree dsp.  It's a bit thick to use with this thinlit only because it doesn't fold as well as the thinner designer papers.  The tree from Festival of Trees was heat embossed with Whisper White Craft ink on Mossy Meadow card stock, then punched out with the coordinating Tree punch.  Stars in Red Glimmer paper, punched with the Confetti Stars punch, were adhered to the tree, envelope and card with a tiny drop of Crystal effects.  Love those tiny little stars!  The tag uses a stamp from Cheerful Tags and is punched out with the coordinating Note Tag punch.  Both the stamp and tag are used on the next two examples as well.

Next is an envelope created with Winter Frost dsp from the 2013 Holiday catalogue.  For the tree on this card, it was stamped in Island Indigo on Pool Party then topped it with a garland stamped with Encore Silver.  This time Silver Glimmer paper was used for the star atop the tree; sequins from Frosted Sequin were used for added embellishment.

The final gift envelope uses the long retired Christmas Cocoa dsp.  The Red Glimmer stars look fabulous against it and atop the tree from Festival of Trees embossed with Pewter embossing powder.  Some silver thread from Silver Baker's Twine was added for a bit of additional interest.

Here's the back of the envelope.  The circles are cut out of Whisper White card stock with one of the thinlit trim pieces and then attached with Mini Silver brads.  Silver Baker's Twine was then wrapped around each brad to secure.  Before attaching with the brads, I closed the envelope and estimated where to attach the circles so the bottom one did not overlap the top flap.  You'll want to use a firm adhesive to secure the bottom flap to the sides.  I used Sticky Strip, which worked perfectly.

Thanks so much for visiting today!  I hope you have a great weekend and are able to spend at least some time crafting!



Product details:
Stamps:  Festival of Trees, Cheerful Tags
Paper:  Whisper White, Mossy Meadow, Pool Party, Red and Silver Glimmer, Under the Tree dsp, Winter Frost dsp, Christmas Cocoa dsp
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler, Island Indigo, Real Red, Silver Encore, Versamark
Other:  Stampin' Emboss Whisper White and Pewter embossing powders, Note Tag, Tree and Confetti Stars punches, Gift Card Envelope & Trims Thinlit, Silver Mini brads, Cherry Cobbler, Pool Party and Silver Baker's Twine, Frosted Sequins

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Be of Good Cheer

Hi there again!  Today I'm sharing a couple of Christmas cards that were super quick, easy and fun to make.  I used the deconstructed sketch as the basis for my design.

I started with a Soft Sky base that was stamped in the same color ink with snow flakes from Endless Wishes.  A piece of Pear Pizazz card stock was layered on top after being embossed with the cute Decorative Dot embossing folder (it kind of reminds me of snow falling??  Am I the only one?).

The tag is a 2" x 4" piece of Lost Lagoon card stock punched with the Scallop Tag Topper punch.  I used washi tape to add some color and added a bow tied with some retired Soft Sky ribbon.  The final touch was the sequins and snowflakes from Frosted Sequins.

See, I told you it was quick and easy!  I always add a piece of white or vanilla card stock to the interior for the message and this photo gives you a peek of the washi tape I used to decorate the edge.

The second card mirrored the first with the exception of the ribbon, where I utilized some retired Pear Pizazz grosgrain ribbon, and lined the interior with washi tape of the same color.

Thanks so much for visiting!  Won't you take a moment to leave a comment?  I'd love to hear from you!  Also, be sure to use the link above to check out Deconstructed Sketch challenge!



Product details:
Stamps:  Endless Wishes
Paper:  Whisper White, Soft Sky, Pear Pizazz, Lost Lagoon
Ink:  Soft Sky, Pear Pizazz, Lost Lagoon
Other:  Scallop Tag Topper, Scallop Border and Decorative Label punches, Decorative Dots embossing folder, All is Calm Designer Washi Tape, Frosted Sequins, Soft Sky Saddle Stitched Grosgrain ribbon, Pear Pizazz Grosgrain ribbon.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Autumn Wishes

A second post!  I was a busy card maker this afternoon :-) on my quest to make a dent in cards for Thanksgiving.  This week's sketch at Freshly Made Sketches sure helped that process!

Lots of options with this sketch, and I chose to fill the top panel with leaves from Autumn Splendor.  After heat embossing they were colored with various reinkers.

We have a couple of bushes with leaves that look spectacular right now, which inspired the Cherry Cobbler colored leaves. The panel was adhered to a slightly larger one of More Mustard card stock and topped with a piece of the gorgeous Tangelo Twist Stitched Satin ribbon.

The sentiment is a mix of Teeny Tiny Wishes and Endless Wishes.  I love having mixed fonts!  The Rhinestones were adhered after coloring with the darkest Pumpkin Pie Blendability marker.

As always, your visit and comments are so appreciated!  Now use the link to get over to the FMS blog and check out all the amazing inspiration!



Product details:
Stamps:  Autumn Splendor, Endless Wishes, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper:  Early Espresso, More Mustard, Tangelo Twist, Very Vanilla, Watercolor
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, Soft Suede, Cajun Craze, So Saffron, Hello Honey, Tangelo Twist, More Mustard, Versamark
Other:  Blender Pens, Large Oval and Scallop Oval punches, Hemp Twine, Tangelo Twist Stitched Satin ribbon, Brushed Bronze Designer button, Basic Rhinestones, Pumpkin Pie Blendabilities marker, Corner Rounder, Woodgrain embossing folder