Thursday, 29 January 2015

Two Woodgrain Any Occasion Cards

Angela and Janet will be with me later on for an afternoon of card making.  The ladies requests were to use the SU! Hardwood stamp and to make two cards.  As they'll be making two cards I've kept to simple designs and straightforward techniques.

First up is this grid layout card featuring stamping, punching and die cutting - simples!  I stamped the Hardwood onto Crumb Cake CS with Soft Suede ink and was able to cut all four squares at the same time thanks to a 1 7/8" squares grid die.  I glued a Rich Razzleberry mat layer to the front of the 5 1/4" square cream card, inked the edges of each wood square and popped them up.  I stamped the butterflies with Rich Razzleberry ink onto Coastal Cabana CS, punched them out and glued them to the wood squares making sure to lift the wings up.  A stamped and punched circle element completed the card front.


Here's the inside and the envelope.


For card two, as with card one, I stamped the Hardwood stamp onto Crumb Cake CS with Soft Suede ink.  The wood grain detail looks stronger on this card because I re-inked my Soft Suede ink pad after making the first card.  I stamped the silhouette with VersaMark ink onto the wood panel and heat embossed with white powder - white heat embossing on kraft card is definitely a fave look of mine!  I trimmed the wood panel to size, inked the edges with Soft Suede ink, added the gingham ribbon and adhered the wood panel to a white CS mat layer.  I then adhered that layer to the front of an A6 Tempting Turquoise card base.  Blimey, it has been a LONG time since I've used turquoise - I think I fell in love with the newer blues from SU! and neglected Tempting Turquoise!  I stamped and punched the sentiment element, popped that up and sprinkled on a few turquoise gems to finish the front.


For the inside and envelope I stamped the gorgeous silhouette in Soft Suede ink.  I snapped this Hero Arts 'Wildflower Garden' set up from the ex demo/class sale section at the Glitter Pot - a beautiful bargain!  



Supplies for 'to you from me' card:
Stamps: SU! 'Hardwood' background stamp, 'Papillon Potpourri' & 'Best Yet' sets, Personal Impressions 'Medium Everyday Messages' clear set
CS: PaperMania cream square card blank, SU! Crumb Cake, Rich Razzleberry, Coastal Cabana & Very Vanilla
Ink: SU! Soft Suede & Rich Razzleberry
Tools: Sizzix 1 7/8" Squares Grid Works Thinlits die, SU! 'Elegant Butterfly' & 'Bitty Butterfly' punches, circle punches, sponge dauber
Embellishments & accessories: 3D foam tape


Supplies for 'Warm Wishes' card:
Stamps: SU! 'Hardwood' background stamp, Hero Arts 'Wildflower Garden' cling set, Personal Impressions 'Medium Everyday Messages' clear set
CS: SU! Tempting Turquoise, Crumb Cake & Whisper White
Ink: VersaMark, SU! Soft Suede
Tools: SU! plain & scalloped oval punches, heat tool, sponge dauber
Embellishments & accessories: white embossing powder, Woodware turquoise gingham ribbon, Kaisercraft turquoise gems, SU! Dimensionals


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Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Two Floral Cluster Circle Thank You Cards

The X Cut 'Floral Cluster Circle' die is so pretty - flowers and a butterfly - what's not to love?!  For these two thank you cards I kept to the same design but used different colour schemes - one soft and one bold.  The cards measure 5 1/4" square and I glued a 4" circle behind the cluster circles before popping them up.  I die cut just the butterfly portion of the die from patterned papers and inset them, raising the wings up.  I then blinged with lots of rhinestones!

Here's the soft version with SU! Pool Party and Brushed Silver CS together with a grey damask patterned paper.


Here's the inside and the envelope.  For the butterflies on the envelopes I used Memory Box dies where the centres of the butterflies remain attached to the card after die cutting.  I snipped with my scissors to release them so I could use the positive shapes on the envelope flaps.   


Here's the bold version with SU! Blackberry Bliss and Brushed Silver CS together with a floral patterned paper.


Here's the inside and the envelope.


Supplies:
Stamps: SU! 'Curly Cute' set
CS: SU! Pool Party, Blackberry Bliss & Brushed Silver 

Patterned paper: Echo Park Style Essentials 'Gray Damask', Basic Grey RSVP 'Sprinkles'
Ink: VersaFine Onyx Black, SU! Blackberry Bliss
Tools: X Cut 'Floral Cluster Circle' die, Sizzix 'Circle #1' Originals die, Sizzix 'Charms, Fancy' Framelits die set, Memory Box 'Effera Butterfly Wings' & 'Rhone Butterfly Wings' dies, Woodware multi flower punch
Embellishments & accessories: aqua gems, SU! rhinestone jewels, 3D foam tape


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Monday, 26 January 2015

Dotty Flowers Birthday Card & Gift Box

My sweet friend Wendy came over on Saturday morning to make a birthday card and matching gift box.  Here's the completed ensemble.


The 5 3/4" square card was made with Rich Razzleberry CS and I added Old Olive and Pool Party hexagons, embossing the Pool Party shape with a Leafy Swirls folder.  I bought the hexagon dies recently as I wanted another shape option to add to my circle, square, rectangle and oval dies - I'm really liking them so far!  I stamped the three sizes of flower in VersaMark ink onto dotty paper,  embossed them with white embossing powder, fussy cut them, shaped them and stacked them together with a pearl brad.  I die cut and shaped the leaves, adhered them in place and popped the flower up.  I added small punched flowers to the sentiment label, popped the label up and added some aqua pearls to complete the card front.

   
Here's the inside and the envelope.  I used the Petal Chain border punch to decorate the inside of the card.


Here's the 3 1/4" x 3 1/4" x 2 1/2" gift box made with the Gift Box Punch Board.  As I'm not fond of an interlocking closure for the top of a box I made a belly band which slides on and off.  I used the Petal Chain border punch I'd used on the inside of the card to decorate the belly band and I popped the flower up.


Here's the top of the box.  For the envelope and box I stamped the dotty flowers onto Pool Party CS with Rich Razzleberry ink.  I then filled in the dots with a Rich Razzleberry marker.  I stacked the flowers, attaching the layers together with a plain brad base in the centre.  I coloured a white pearl with the darkest Rich Razzleberry Blendabilities pen and added that to the brad base.  


Crafting, chatting, laughing and lunch including a blueberry muffin - what a lovely time we both had!

Supplies:
Stamps: Woodware 'Dotty Flowers' set, SU! 'Curly Cute' set, Penny Black 'Lovely Day'
CS: SU! Rich Razzleberry (A4 & 12" x 12"), Pool Party, Old Olive & Whisper White

Patterned paper: Bo Bunny 'Boysenberry' Double Dot
Ink: VersaMark, SU! Rich Razzleberry ink pad & marker, Rich Razzleberry dark Blendabilities pen
Tools: Sizzix 'Hexagons' & 'Charms, Fancy' Framelits die sets, Crafts Too 'Leafy Swirl' square embossing folder,  WRMK/SU! Gift Box Punch Board, SU! 'Simply Scored' board, Woodware 'Petal Chain' Deep Lever Border Punch, Woodware multi flower punch, paper piercer
Embellishments & accessories: SU! brad bases & pearl jewels, aqua pearls, SU! Dimensionals


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Saturday, 24 January 2015

Glitter Pot 'Black, White & Add a Bright' and 'Krafty Cards' Class Cards

Yesterday I ran two classes at my local craft shop, the Glitter Pot.  I was excited and a tad apprehensive all at the same time!  The apprehension soon disappeared as the ladies were such a wonderful bunch.  They were very kind and said lovely things, bless them!  I really enjoyed our day together!

The morning class was 'Black White and Add a Bright'.  Here's the black, white and red landscape oriented A6 sized easel card I designed. The image was heat embossed and the poppies coloured in with a 'Ruby' ProMarker.


The second card was this black, white and bright pink 5 3/4" square Z fold card. The image was stamped twice - once in VersaMark on black card and heat embossed with white embossing powder and stamped a second time in black ink on pink CS.  Circle dies were used to cut the pink and black spotlight circle and that was popped up.  The sentiment was also heat embossed with white powder and punched daisies added more pops of pink.   Elegant flourishes were stamped on the inside and the strip of black CS added a truly finished look.


The class in the afternoon was 'Krafty Cards' using kraft and white plus dark brown.

This first card is 5 3/4" square and features white heat embossings on kraft CS - I love how that looks!  A pretty, feminine design featuring patterned paper, ribbon and gems.


A kraft, white and dark brown colour combo lends itself to masculine design cards and so I included this card suitable for a male.  The positive die cut tree shapes are nested in the solid negative die cut shape and you can see through the trees to the panel of dotty paper on the inside of the card. 


 Here's a side view of the card.


I had both positive and negative die cut tree pieces left over from the previous card and it would have been such a shame to waste them so I made an extra card using the left over pieces!  The kraft positive tree shapes were inset into the brown negative shape, embossed with a woodgrain folder and then Walnut Stain ink was addded to the kraft trees.  A simple offset layout, a stamped sentiment, three punched 1/4" circles and the card was done.     


These cards will be on display at the Glitter Pot - I'll get a kick out of seeing my designs displayed when I visit the shop!  That's me done for January but I'll be running more classes at the Glitter Pot in February.  I'm looking forward to it muchly!
 
Supplies for black, white & red easel card:
Stamps: IndigoBlu 'Wild Flowers', Penny Black 'Special Wishes' clear set
CS: Glitter Pot A4 white & black CS, Bazzill 'Kisses' 

Patterned paper: 'Impression Ledger Typewriter/Damask' from the Authentique 'Crush' collection
Ink: VersaFine Onyx Black, VersaMagic Red Magic chalk ink, 'Ruby' ProMarker
Tools: heat tool, score board
Embellishments & accessories: Stampendous clear embossing powder, Woodware black stripe organza ribbon, PaperMania red & black adhesive jewels, 3D foam tape 


Supplies for black, white & bright pink Z fold card:
Stamps: IndigoBlu 'Love Is'  & 'Vintage Flourish', Penny Black 'Special Wishes' clear set
CS: Glitter Pot A4 white & black CS, Bazzill Dotted Swiss 'Ballet'
Ink: VersaMark, Tim Holtz Walnut Stain Distress Ink
Tools: Circle Nestabilities dies, Woodware Inverted Corner Rounder & Regular Daisy punches, heat tool, score board
Embellishments & accessories: Stampendous white embossing powder, PaperMania black adhesive jewels, 3D foam tape 


Supplies for 'Just Thinking of You' card:
Stamps: Woodware 'Going to Seed' set
CS: Glitter Pot A4 white CS, Craftwork Cards Kraft CS, Bazzill 'Pinecone' 

Patterned paper: Echo Park 'Baby Cakes' from 'Bundle of Joy' collection
Ink: VersaMark
Tools: heat tool
Embellishments & accessories: Stampendous white embossing powder, Woodware brown gingham ribbon, PaperMania Bronze adhesive jewels 


Supplies for 'Especially for You' trees card
Stamps: Woodware 'Going to Seed' set
CS: Craftwork Cards Kraft CS, Bazzill 'Brown', Glitter Pot A4 white CS

Patterned paper: Bo Bunny Double Dot 'Chiffon'
Ink: VersaMark
Tools: Memory Box 'Cosenza Tree Background' & 'Cosenza Tree Outline' dies, heat tool
Embellishments & accessories: Stampendous white embossing powder 


Supplies for 'happy birthday' trees card
Stamps: Penny Black 'Special Wishes' set
CS: Glitter Pot A4 white CS, Craftwork Cards Kraft CS, Bazzill 'Brown'
Ink: Tim Holtz Walnut Stain Distress Ink
Tools: Sizzix 'Drapery & Woodgrain #2' embossing folder set, 1/4" circle punch, sponge dauber
  




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Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Glitter Pot Class Cards - Preview Peeks!

On Friday I'll be at the Glitter Pot running two card classes - how exciting!  In the morning the class is Black, White and Add a Bright and the afternoon class is Krafty Cards.

I'll share the cards after Friday but I thought I'd share some preview peeks before the event! 






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Lotus Blossom Thank You Card

When I saw the SU! Sale-A-Bration catalogue I was really intrigued by the Lotus Blossom stamp set.  I've always loved two step stamping and with this set you actually build your flower by stamping three times - this gives an even more detailed look which is fabulous!

I dry embossed a piece of Very Vanilla CS, layered that onto a Cherry Cobbler mat and glued the panel to the front of a Wild Wasabi A6 sized card.  I stamped the stem and sentiment direct to a piece of Very Vanilla CS and cut it out with a die from the Apothecary Accents set.  I stamped the flower head on a separate piece of CS, fussy cut it and popped it up.  I stamped the first image in full strength Cherry Cobbler ink, stamped the second image in stamped off Cherry Cobbler ink and stamped the solid image in Blushing Bride ink.  I used Pistachio Pudding and Wild Wasabi inks to stamp the stem.  Using a larger die from the set I cut a Cherry Cobbler shape, glued that in place and popped up the Very Vanilla shape.  I completed the card front  by adding a couple of Wild Wasabi Candy Dots.


Here's the inside and the envelope with a couple more of those pretty blossoms.


Supplies:
Stamps: SU! 'Lotus Blossom' set
CS: SU! Wild Wasabi, Cherry Cobbler & Very Vanilla
Ink: SU! Blushing Bride, Cherry Cobbler, Pistachio Pudding & Wild Wasabi
Tools: SU! 'Apothecary Accents' Framelits die set, 'Decorative Dots' embossing folder, circle punches
Embellishments & accessories: SU! Wild Wasabi Candy Dots, Dimensionals


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Thursday, 15 January 2015

Holly Branch & Ornament Season's Greetings Card - CASE-ing Christmas Challenge #2

My friend, the amazing crafty whirlwind known as Mynn, has set up a new Christmas card challenge blog called CASE-ing Christmas.  Somehow, I managed to miss the first challenge but I was determined to play along with challenge #2.  I had to get a shift on as there were only a few hours left to take part in the challenge!  This week we're to CASE this beautiful card made by Pat. I chose to be inspired by the layout, the dry embossing and the swirly flourish.

 

I love getting some new Christmas goodies in the sales and because I want to play with my new bargains it encourages me to start making my Christmas cards early!  I've used two of my new bargains on this card, the stamp and die combo set and the holly branch die.  I went very traditional in my colour choices opting for Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Very Vanilla and some sparkly gold.  The card is A6 sized, the Very Vanilla banner is dry embossed with a snowflake swirl folder and the ornament and sentiment strip are both popped up.  I added some deep red crystals as holly berries to complete the card front.


Here's the inside and the envelope.  For the inside I cut the holly branch in Old Olive CS and added red nailheads as berries.  I used the same gorgeous embossing folder that I'd used on the card front to emboss the envelope flap - a very simple yet elegant touch I think.  So that's my first Christmas card for 2015 made.


Supplies:
Stamps: Sizzix 'Ornaments #3' stamps & dies set, Hero Arts 'Holiday Cheer' clear set
CS: SU! Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Gold Glimmer Paper

Patterned paper: Echo Park Style Essentials 'Green Damask'
Ink: SU! Cherry Cobbler & Old Olive
Tools: Framelits dies from Sizzix 'Ornaments #3' stamps & dies set, Die-Versions Whispers 'Holly Branch' die, Darice 'Snowflake Swirl' embossing folder
Embellishments & accessories: red Swarovski crystals, red nailheads, SU! Dimensionals


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Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Floral 60th Birthday Flip Card

Yesterday Angela celebrated her 60th birthday and here's the flip card I made for her.  I took my colour combo from a few of the the colours in the gorgeous patterned paper.  The flowers are from a brand new Woodware set called 'Flower Head Selection' - well, a set of different flower stamps just had to go into my basket to be added to my stash!

I die cut the twister card from Blackberry Bliss CS, glued the patterned paper mat layers on and then stamped and fussy cut three flowers.   I stamped the flowers with Crushed Curry, Blushing Bride, Lost Lagoon and Blackberry Bliss inks and I used punches to cut out circles for the flower centres.  I fussy cut the flower heads, shaped them and popped them up.  To complete the card front I punched and layered Lost Lagoon and Blushing Bride CS photo corners and added a yellow pearl to each corner.


Here's the other side of the flip element with a 60th birthday sentiment stamped onto a die cut oval.


Here's the back of the card and the envelope flap.  I'm really happy that the Flip-It Card set includes dies that cut the perfect sized layers to mat on the card base - fabulous!  I added a die cut butterfly with rhinestones next to the sentiment and I popped up the flower on the envelope flap.


Supplies:
Stamps: Woodware 'Flower Head Selection' set, SU! 'Morning Meadow' & 'Memorable Moments' sets, Hero Arts 'Yummy Treats' clear set
CS: SU! Blackberry Bliss, Lost Lagoon, Blushing Bride & Whisper White

Patterned paper: Basic Grey RSVP 'Sprinkles'
Ink: SU! Blackberry Bliss, Lost Lagoon, Blushing Bride & Crushed Curry
Tools: Sizzix 'Card, Fancy Frame Flip-It's #2' Framelits die set, SU! Photo Corners punch, Petite Oval Nestabilities die, SU! Beautiful Wings Embosslits die, various sized circle punches
Embellishments & accessories: yellow pearls, SU! rhinestone jewels, Dimensionals


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Monday, 12 January 2015

Two Thank You Cards For Friends

Our friends Gill & Brett along with their children Naomi and Max had us over to their house yesterday evening.  Our friends Debbie and Mike came too.  We had a lovely meal and played a music quiz game which was a lot of fun.  One of the rounds involved charades which proved hilarious!  I took along the two cards I'd made to say thank you for our Christmas gifts. 

First is this robin card I gave to Debbie and Mike which was inspired by a card made by Alison at the Glitter Pot.  I sat in on one of Alison's Glitter Pot classes where she used the beautiful IndigoBlu 'Rockin' Robin' stamp for one of the class Christmas cards.  I resisted the temptation to buy the stamp that day but then it appeared in the Glitter Pot sale after Christmas so I got it then!  I know it's a Christmas stamp really but I thought it would work well as a wintry after Christmas thank you card for my friend Debbie who is a bird loving member of the RSPB. 

I stamped the image in Soft Suede ink onto Very Vanilla CS, stamped the robin portion on a Post-It note to create a mask and stamped the robin portion again on a separate piece of vanilla CS.  I cut the mask and coloured the bird body first using Gathered Twigs Distress Ink, then masked the body part and used Festive Berries Distress Ink to colour the robin's red breast.  I inked the edges of the Very Vanilla panel with Festive Berries ink, layered the panel onto a Soft Suede mat and glued that to the front of the Real Red A6 card base.  I stamped the sentiment on a piece of vanilla CS, fussy cut it, inked the edges and popped that up.  I fussy cut the robin, popped him up and added a black gem for his eye.


Here's the inside and the envelope with another beautiful IndigoBlu stamp - 'Snowflake Lace'.


The card for the Paton family is so different from the shabby robin card!  I bought the very pretty X-Cut 'Floral Cluster Circle' die on Saturday and couldn't wait to make a card with it.  I made a 5 1/4" square card using Lost Lagoon CS, die cut the fancy circle from Pool Party CS and glued a Rich Razzleberry 4" die cut circle behind.  I die cut just the butterfly portion from sparkly Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper, lifted the wings up and glued that over the top.   I matted a square of Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper onto a Rich Razzleberry layer, added brad bases with Pool Party Candy Dots and attached that to the card front.  I popped up the fancy circle layer and sprinkled on some rhinestone gems to finish.


One of my other purchases on Saturday was a sale bargain border punch.  I was impatient to try that out also so I used it to decorate the inside and the envelope.  I am VERY happy with my new crafty acquisitions and the two cards went down well with the recipients - definitely a win-win situation!


Supplies for robin card:
Stamps: IndigoBlu 'Rockin' Robin' & 'Snowflake Lace', 'Thanks!' from SU! 'Vintage Verses' set, inside sentiment from SU! 'Wetlands' set
CS: SU! Real Red, Soft Suede & Very Vanilla
Ink: SU! Real Red & Soft Suede, Ranger Tim Holtz Gathered Twigs & Festive Berries Distress Inks
Tools: Sizzix 'Banners, Fancy' Framelits die set, sponge daubers
Embellishments & accessories: PaperMania black gem, SU! Soft Suede Candy Dots, Dimensionals, Post-It note


Supplies for fancy circle card:
Stamps: Hero Arts 'Sending Smiles Messages' clear set
CS: SU! Lost Lagoon, Pool Party, Rich Razzleberry & Whisper White, SU! Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper
Ink: SU! Lost Lagoon & Rich Razzleberry
Tools: X-Cut 'Floral Cluster Circle' die, Sizzix 'Circle #1' Originals die, Woodware 'Petal Chain' Deep Lever Border Punch, paper piercer
Embellishments & accessories: SU! brad bases & Pool Party Candy Dots, SU! rhinestone jewels, PaperMania aqua gems, 3D foam tape


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Friday, 9 January 2015

January 2015 Card Group Projects

Yesterday afternoon was our first card group meeting of 2015 and a very happy afternoon was had by everyone!  As usual I designed three projects for the ladies to make, this time it was a birthday card with a matching gift box plus an inked background silhouette note card.

This note card has such a simple design but is so lovely.  I was inspired by Jackie at the Glitter Pot as she has a few of these style cards on display at the shop in different colourways and I loved them.  I thought the design would be good as a card group project and I must say the card did prove popular with everyone.  After I'd made the card it occurred to me that a set of these in a box would make a great gift.  I suggested that to the ladies and they enthusiastically embraced that idea so over the coming months we'll be making more of this design plus a box to place them in.

For this card I used a Petite Oval Nestie die to cut out a stencil and I applied Salty Ocean and Peacock Feathers Distress Ink through the aperture with ink duster brushes.  Then it was a case of simply stamping the silhouettes and sentiment in black ink.


I usually decorate the insides of my cards plus the envelopes but I just didn't get round to that before card group yesterday.  So today I've spent some time in my craft room finishing off the cards and envelopes.  Here's the stamped inside and envelope flap.


For the birthday card with a matching gift box I kept to the same design but used different colours and stamps so half the group made the So Saffron version and the other half made the Rich Razzleberry version.  Because I used different flower images, sentiments and colours it meant the ladies didn't have to wait too long for stamps and ink pads to become available.  I do tell them how good I am to them - I'm not sure they're always convinced though!

Here's the So Saffron, Rose Red, Early Espresso and Very Vanilla version.


Here's the Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive, So Saffron and Whisper White version.


The cards are A6 sized and I used the SU! Flower Shop stamp set and matching Pansy punch to make the flowers. Here's the So Saffron card and envelope.


Here's the Rich Razzleberry card and envelope.


Here are the insides of both cards.


Here are both gift boxes.  The Gift Box Punch Board was used to make the gift boxes which measure 3 1/4" wide, 3 1/4" deep and 1 3/4" tall.  The Gift Box Punch Board has a reverse punch which makes an interlocking flap closure for a box but I must admit I don't like it.  I find it OK to interlock the first two flaps but the top two flaps prove more of a faff and could easily end up torn - plus they look a bit tatty after you've tried interlocking them umpteen times!  To keep my boxes closed I've made belly bands which slide on and off - I like that idea much better!  I cut strips of CS measuring 11 1/2" x 1", scored the strips at 3 3/8", 5 1/4", 8 5/8" and 10 1/2" and glued the ends together to form the belly bands.  I popped up die cut fancy squares on both belly bands and then popped up flowers on top of the squares.  I also popped up flowers on two sides of both gift boxes to finish off.


Supplies for 'Just a note' card:
Stamps: Personal Impressions Lindsay Mason Designs 'Hope Blooms' set, Waltzingmouse Stamps 'Say it with Style' set
CS: PaperMania A6 white card blank
Ink: VersaFine Onyx Black, Tim Holtz Salty Ocean & Peacock Feathers Distress Inks
Tools: Petite Oval Nestabilities die, Inkylicious ink duster brushes

Supplies for Birthday Cards:
Stamps: SU! 'Flower Shop', 'Wetlands', 'Morning Meadow' & 'Blooming with Kindness' sets, Hero Arts 'Fabulous Birthday'
CS: SU! So Saffron, Early Espresso & Very Vanilla, SU! Rich Razzleberry, So Saffron & Whisper White 

Patterned papers: Bazzill Basics Vintage Lace 'Laced Squares' & Echo Park Splendid Sunshine 'Sunny Stripe' (green dotty reverse side of paper used)
Ink: SU! Rose Red & Blackberry Bliss
Tools: SU! Pansy, plain & scalloped oval punches, 1/2" circle punch, Woodware multi flower punch
Embellishments & accessories: SU! Dimensionals


Supplies for Gift Boxes:
Stamps: SU! 'Flower Shop' set
CS: SU! So Saffron, Rose Red, Early Espresso & Very Vanilla, SU! Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive, So Saffron & Whisper White
Ink: SU! Rose Red & Blackberry Bliss
Tools: SU!/WRMK Gift Box Punch Board, SU! Simply Scored, SU! Pansy punch, fancy square shape from Sizzix 'Charms, Fancy' Framelits die set, SU! 1/2" circle punch
Embellishments & accessories: SU! Dimensionals


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