August 29, 2009

S’Mores Kit

This was a super fun project. My bff reads my blog so I couldn’t post it until I gave it to her. She and her family are camping this weekend at Sibbald’s Point Provincial Park. They don’t go often so this was a big deal for them. So I decided to surprise them with my version of a s’mores kit; in case you are wondering, my version includes peanut butter and chocolate chips instead of chocolate bars (cheaper too!) I spread the peanut butter on the graham crackers and dip that into a bag of chocolate chips. The rest is made as usual. Fun and Yummy, right? I also added bag clips to seal leftover crackers and marshmallows as well as knives to spread the peanut butter.

smores kit 01

I used a photo box as the base. I stamped trees all around the bottom using a modified rock n roll technique. I used olive over all, chocolate chip for the ground and tree trunks and artichoke for the tops of the trees. I say ‘modified’ rock n roll because normally the whole stamp is rolled in a single colour; here not only did I use two colours but I used them in selective areas.

smores kit 02

I put woodsy looking ribbon all the way around the lid and then went to work on the top. I used the SU! colour spritzer to add cocoa fly-specking to he lid. The rectangular chipboard was painted with acrylic paint, then sponged with close to cocoa ink and the dots were stamped with chocolate chip ink. The marshmallows were tricky; first I cut the edges off of circular chipboard pieces, then painted it white with acrylic paint. Then I tried Copics and dye ink sponging for a toasted look but it didn't look quite right. So I added a thin coating of Liquid Appliqué with a paint brush. OMW, then the dye ink started soaking through and I thought they were ruined but after I heated them, the ink that soaked through just made them look toasted, how I wanted them in the first place! YEAH!

The chocolate chips were stamped and individually cut out and foam dotted on. TO make the fire, I stamped a solid log stamp in cocoa ink on cocoa and caramel paper. For more interest, I stamped several logs with the stamp curved on the block. The flames were cut by hand, edges were DTP inked and I added some lines with a marker. The fire was assembled with clear pop dots. The lettering was done with foam and rubber alpha sets, with large letters in acrylic paint and the small ones in dye ink.

I am so sorry that I haven’t been posting regularly. I expect to go back to my regular schedule of at least 4 posts a week starting this week. A weird set of circumstances led to not much posting. For those of you who just subscribed, thank you and I promise, the postings will increase!!

Enjoy, Rebecca

pumpkin, mustard, cocoa, ruby red, chocolate chip
Ink: cocoa, chocolate chip, caramel
Stamps: log-CTMH, small alphabet-SU!, large foam alphabet-Heidi Swapp, chocolate chip-Baked with Love by CHF, Lovely as a tree-SU!, Background stamp-Itty Bitty Backgrounds-SU!
Accessories: Liquid Appliqué, foam dots-Jody Morrow, clear dots-Zots, brown, white and red acrylic paint, chipboard-SU!, Ribbon-Stash (Michael’s $1.50 bin)

August 23, 2009

Thank You For the Shower Gift Card Set

Be sure to enter for my blog candy HERE.

I am so sorry that I haven’t posted anything new for so long. BAD BLOGGER!! I was just so busy with my photography class – which is going wonderfully—thanks for asking! I would recommend it to anyone who needs to brush up or learn about their SLR camera from scratch. And I can’t even begin to tell you how many hours I spent (20+ I guess??) on that mini album for the bridal shower but I got it done, all 22 or 24 pages of it.

Want to hear a bummer? The bride-to-be figured out the surprise and was there before me and a lot of other guests. Wanna know what the first page of the album was titled? “Surprize!” URGH!!! Nerts!! I will be sure and let you see all of the album as I fill in the photos. For now, here are a couple of cards I made her as thank you for her shower gifts. There were 8 in total, 3 red-based, 4 white-based and the lingerie card I showed in my last project post.

These are basically the same card, I dressed up the top of the white one because it looked too boring with plain white at the top. They make an awesome gift, especially in a nice clear box, matching cardstock box or one of Lauren’s Timeless Templates!

katie thanks1
katie thanks2
I have to admit, I wanted to use all riding hood red but I just couldn’t. I have so little left and I really love it! I just couldn’t use up most of my remaining sheets, especially as card bases. Now that I think about it, if I hadn’t been rushing, I could have used white bases and just cut the upper part only in red. I just didn’t have the time because I THOUGHT it was a surprise and I HAD to get there before the guest of honour so I wouldn't ruin the surprise. And I am ALWAYS late, not by much, just 5 or 10 minutes most times but if I had also gotten lost…  **SIGH** Sorry  about the photo of the white card, I should have used a coloured back drop but I was crazy rushing to get them done… It was white backdrop or no card picture! (BTW, the shower itself was really fun!)

Enjoy, Rebecca

SU! I think it is called Simply Said
Ink: riding hood red
Paper: SU! DSP, white, riding hood red, kiwi CS
Accessories: Cuttlebug textile embossing folder, Nestabilities Labels 1, foam dots-Jody Morrow, SU! oval punch

August 20, 2009

Blog Candy Deadline Extended

Hi Everyone! Seems this is a bad time of year to offer blog candy! I’ve only had one person play the sketch so far and I was definitely hoping for more. And the next few weeks just get busier as parents get their kids off to school. So I am extending the deadline until the Monday after school starts here in Canada. The new deadline for posting to your blog to earn entries is September 10th. The final deadline is September 14th.

PLEASE READ all of the blog contest details carefully. I can only give you entries if you include all the required elements. To enter, please visit THIS post.

I am so sorry for so few posts this last while. I have been burning the midnight oil making a scrapbook for a bridal shower this Friday and working on my Maggie Holmes photography class. Completely engrossing and time consuming. I promise I will post all of the pages once the book is done. Then I have a set of thank you cards to design, a baby gift to make and a wedding album to do, favours for the same wedding… AH, but I love it! Must…find…time…to…sleep. (think the stilted speech of Captain Kirk, hee hee)

Thanks, Rebecca

August 15, 2009

I've Got Blog Candy to Give Away!

ETA - Aug 12: I have added a COPIC SKETCH MARKER!! YG03!

ETA - Aug 15th: With only 3 entries so far, I may delay the contest, reposting it for the week after school starts. Seems everyone is too busy to visit!

I have a lot to celebrate! My hubby was on strike and it is over, finally! Fortunately, we didn't fair too badly financially because as an essential service, paramedic, he still worked 75%. I'm suffering withdrawal from ordering goodies from the internet though! My blog has over 10,000 hits, actually over 12,000 by now and I just went over 200 posts in less than a year! So, blog candy is in order!

So what are we playing for? How about A COPIC SKETCH MARKER YG03, 20 yards of mixed ribbon and ric-rack, a grab bag of unmounted rubber, SU! die cut tags and two favour boxes, a package of felt flowers, a generous mix of brads, eyelets, butterfly charms, pearls and beads and a brand new package of bright pink Scrapper’s Floss for your paper crafting pleasure! Oh, and some turquoise faux suede cording, envelope seals and two little word bubble embellishments. Pretty good, huh?

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blog candy aug2

To Earn Entries

1. Earn one entry for leaving a comment, one per person. Include the title of your favourite project post of mine from January to June of this year. Why you like it would be a nice addition to your comment. No title, no entry. Easy enough?! I have an archives section on my sidebar so you don't have to scroll back the whole way. Just click on a month and you will get all that month's posts.

2. Earn 5 entries for playing the sketch challenge below, no Mr. Linky, just leave a comment with a DIRECT link to your card on your blog or in a gallery. You may enter more than one card if you choose, 5 entries for each card. Please leave a separate comment for each card you make even if they are in the same post.

EES0013. Earn 10 additional entries for posting my Blog Candy on your blog by August 18th. If I get more than 100 different people entering, I will add another prize!! Your post MUST include a direct link to this post, a list of items being given away and the end date; feel free to copy and paste all or part of this post including the photo. To earn your entries, leave a comment here with the DIRECT LINK to your BLOG POST, please do not simply add it to your sidebar. You may putt your sketch card and the blog candy announcement in the same post but leave me 2 separate comments. If you upload to SCS, PCP or another online gallery, please use keyword EES001.

4. Spread the word any way you can! Facebook, Twitter, Email, Phone your gal pals! Anyone who mentions your name and says you referred them in their comment (even if you don't have a blog) gets a bonus entry and you get 5 bonus entries!! (Your comment must be in before theirs.)

Contest ends August 20th at 11:59 pm EST. Winner to be announced August 21st. If you do not include your email or have a Blogger account with email linked to your comments, visit here to find out if you won. I will choose another winner if I don't hear from you in 48 hours. I may also add another prize for best sketch card if I am really wowed so do your best work!

Enjoy, Rebecca

Testing Blog Banner


Hey y’all! Does this background colour look like the inside of a pink grapefruit to you? To me it looks much too raspberry-ish but I’m wondering if it is just my screen. Please leave me a comment about this. Thanks!

August 13, 2009

Elegant Thank You for Twinkling Tuesday

We had a guest sketch designer today AKA Temporary Twinkie! The daughter of Twinkling Team member Heather, Piper-6 years old, came up with today's sketch. Thanks for the challenge and the pretty colours Piper. I did a bit of tweaking as always, I bumped the opposing rounded corners down one level and didn't add any hearts (sorry), oh and my ribbon was under one more layer. Still, pretty close. In a way this was my own Limited Supply Challenge. One piece of patterned paper with border, one piece of 12x12" textured CS, one piece of vanilla CS, one stamp set and one colour of ink! 
removed for DT appl
The paper is double-sided, the border works as the crisscross detail; granted it is a bit hard to see on the black patterned paper. I used chalks to lightly colour the flowers and butterflies. I am not so into cutesy as seems to be the current trend. So I was really happy to see this vintage set by Inkadinkadoo. I remember getting stamps from them back in the 80's when I was a teenager. they were one of only a few stamp companies around. I still have clip_image002most of them! All three images are stamped with black craft ink and embossed with clear powder-I *HATE* black craft ink! It is so messy but the result is worth it. I know, I could use Versamark and use black EP but I *HATE* the flecks of black EP more! Only other interesting notes; the button is MOP (mother of Pearl) from my sewing stash and this card is big to accommodate all the layers-6x6".

We'd love it if you would play along! Upload your version of the sketch to your blog or PCP or SCS with keyword MTTSC9. Be sure to link to Madelynn's blog, see the sidebar. Need inspiration? Check out the rest of the team's work. They're all on the sidebar too! <----------------------

Enjoy, Rebecca

Ink: black craft ink-SU!, Adirondack black ink
Paper: black CS-Bazzill, vanilla-SU!, patterned paper-Clear Impressions
Accessories: buttons-UK, clear EP and chalk-SU!, embroidery floss-DMC, ribbon UK, black foam dots-Jody Morrow, corner rounder-EK Success

Guess I Should Play My Own Sketch Right?

So here it is! I need thank you cards to give as a shower gift and the shower theme colours are black, red and white. Has anyone else heard of the guests at a shower being asked to wear matching shirts? We have been all asked to wear red, the mother-of-the-groom is wearing black and the mother-of-the bride is wearing white. I have no idea what the bride-to-be is wearing! Is this a new thing? Anyway, for my shower gift I am giving shower thanksher an album for her shower pictures and thank you cards to give for the gifts she gets. This is one of those cards. I’ll make a matching holder for the cards, probably a Timeless Template, I think the one that looks like a desk organizer.

The cross piece is made from ribbon and ric-rac stuck on with foam dots. I’d love for you to play along and don’t forget to enter for my blog candy. Please note: I have added to the blog candy! A COPIC sketch marker! I was planning on adding it, but I just wanted to make super sure it was a duplicate of a colour I already have!! Click on my COPIC blog candy to enter!!

Enjoy, Rebecca

lingerie and thanks-unknown, Autumn Leaves-swirls, Heart bkgd-SU!
Ink: Memento black, real red-SU!
Paper: all SU! except Taylored Expressions white CS for image
Accessories: Doodlebug brads, Zva rhinestone, ric-rac and red dotted ribbon-stash, flower punch-EK success, foam dots-Jody Morrow

August 11, 2009

Super Good Blog Candy Alert

The following was copied and pasted from Priscilla Styles, Home of the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge blog.

This Candy is being posted as an early celebration of my blog’s speedy approach to 30,000 hits. ANYONE can join in this drawing. One lucky winner is going to be very happy with the prize giveaway, so check out what is up for grabs. You have till Aug 14th to get in on this celebration!!


1. A BRAND NEW BIG SHOT DIE-CUT MACHINE grand prize to one winner!
2. A BRAND NEW DOCTORS DIE-CUT BAG added to the grand prize when we hit 300 comments! (Added: They have already made it!)
3. TWO TEXTURED IMPRESSIONS EMBOSSING FOLDERS will be added as a bonus prize only if the “Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge Logo” is posted on the winners blog's side bar. Note: you are NOT required to play in the challenges…this is a non Midnight Madness GIVE AWAY, but I do appreciate the support for our sketch challenges :)

This blog also has awesome prizes for playing sketch challenges so be sure to visit regularly. They also have cash prizes if your name is drawn from the followers list AND you respond within 24 hours. She also has some tutorials coming up so stay tuned.

Enjoy, Rebecca

August 10, 2009

Vintage Car Experiment Card

I LOVE what Jennifer McGuire does with Tim Holtz techniques and Distress inks. So when I bought these Tim Holtz stamps, I had to try mixing the them. I had no idea how I wanted this card to look, no idea what techniques I would use. I just sat down and started to play. The vintage NYC train ticket was stamped on first; I punched holes in it just like the ticket seller would have so many years ago. If you’ve never seen this type of ticket, there are cities vintage car card listed on both sides, the seller punches the to and from cities and also the amount paid at the bottom. There are single digit numbers up to 9, then 10, 20, 30. For 32 dollars, the 30 and the 2 would be punched and there is another section with 1-9, then 20, 30, 40 etc up to 90 for the cents and they are punched similarly. Clever system when there are no computers!

I stamped the car with Versamark and embossed it with copper EP. The verse was stamped with Versamark and embossed with clear powder. Using cut ‘n’ dry foam, I sponged peeled paint and broken china inks on randomly. It was a bit too bright for me so I added weathered wood around the edges to tone it down a bit. The clock was stamped on cocoa paper and glued on, the hands are from a SU! set. The rest is pretty easy to figure out. I’m not totally sure I love it, it is so different from my usual style. I LOVE Tim’s vintage, grungy style but clearly I have to work hard to get the look and have much more work to go!! Hopefully, one day, practice cards like this one will make perfect!

Enjoy, Rebecca

Tim Holtz and SU!
Ink: Memento black and cocoa, Distress inks-broken china, peeled paint, weathered wood, Versamark
Paper: vanilla, cocoa CS-SU!
Accessories: black brads, copper and clear EP-SU!, tag-UK, twill tape and ribbon-stash, staples-Making Memories, metal bellie-stash

Flopsey Gardening Challenge Card

Isn’t Flopsey cute? Now I’m not sure if Flopsey is a girl or boy but he/she is a girl here, note the pretty pink hat! This card is for the SCS colour challenge, CC230, to use Cocoa, Cameo Coral, Blush, White and Celery. Such pretty colours I HAD to play! I don’t bother with colour challenges if I hate one or more of the colours. To me, that isn’t a challenge, that is just not fun :( Why play if it isn’t fun? It is also for Sharon Johnson’s No Time to Stamp #99, ssnotime99, using the word ‘friends’ on your card. And the OCC challenge, Harvest.
 gardener flopsey cc

I enjoyed colouring this image with my Copics; it is really very easy to colour. I hope you like the rows of plants in behind. Yes, I realize that the carrots are huge and the other plants are seedlings. Perhaps she cleared out early maturing spring plants to allow summer plants to grow in their place. OK, OK, I know, I am too literal! Seems to be a problem for me with any art, TV, movies, paintings, I am just too practical to enjoy things that aren’t accurate. As a nurse you should see me when I watch medical shows! Scary (“They wouldn’t really do that you know,” my hubby, a paramedic, just sighs patiently!! Boy, that was a tangent! Anyhoo…

gardener flopsey cc copics

A couple details-the celery is in the patterned paper even though it isn’t easy to see. The flower is coloured with an R32 Copic marker. If you look carefully, the descending portion of the ‘F’ in Friends is cut out with an X-Acto knife and lifted up over the edge of the main panel. The sentiment really says ‘friends’ but I thought it worked better for the card as ‘friend’ so I covered the ‘s’ with the flower. If I had two characters in the main image, ‘friends’ would be more appropriate.

Enjoy, Rebecca

Gardener Flopsey-MFT, Friends sentiment-UK
Ink: Color Box chalk-brown, Memento-brown, coral, Versamark
Paper: cocoa, coral, blush-SU!, white-Taylored Expressions, Basic Grey-LilyKate 
Accessories: flower-Scrapbook Sally, brad-CTMH, Copics, Ranger espresso EP, white liquid appliqué, watercolour glitter-Art Institute, brown grosgrain

August 06, 2009

Butterfly Project #1

I finally got to make my first Butterfly Project Butterfly. I’m sure with over 400,000 some one else has come up with the butterfly covered in butterflies idea but I still think it is pretty if not totally unique. I wonder if they will count this as one butterfly or as 23! Don’t forget if you make a butterfly, you can enter to win a stamp set at Craft Critique.

I feel so bad for children of the world who die so young for so many reasons, not just the 1.5 million children who were murdered during the Holocaust. Sickness, war, child soldiers, abuse, neglect and starvation. I LOVE my kids SO much, I can’t butterfly project 1
even imagine what it would be like to lose them. When I think about it, usually when I am tired, I can’t help but make myself cry and I have to try really hard not to think about it. Can you imagine getting off a train after a horrible ride, packed in like cattle, your most precious possessions gone, but you think, “At least we are together as a family,” then your children are ripped from you  and you never see them again?! Absolutely agonizing. To me, this project is so important. I mean, how else could I personally make any difference in the lives of those who died so butterfly project 1 closeup1
tragically so many  years ago, so far away. Hopefully this project not only honours those who were lost but perhaps makes some tiny difference to the few survivors who are left. I made up the sentiment, it might be a bit cheesy but all of those kids whose childhoods are stolen should have had time to just be kids. When I wrote it, I was thinking of kids running through a field filled with flowers chasing butterflies, carefree, able to live, love and grow without fear.

The base is the chipboard from a SU! DSP pack. I sprayed it with custom shimmer mist made with water and pink gold interference Pearl Ex. Because Pearl Ex does not contain a fixative, I sprayed butterfly project 1 closeup2one on after. See the gold on the lower right butterfly wing? Interference colours of Pearl Ex look different depending on the light so sometimes the background looks pink and sometimes it looks gold, Neat huh? Each butterfly is sponged with worn lipstick Distress ink to unify the project and grunge it up a bit. It was way too perfect before that.

Enjoy, Rebecca

Ink: worn lipstick Distress ink
Paper: various SU! CS and DP
Accessories: Cuttlebug, die-Quickutz, foam dots-Jody Morrow, silk ribbon and flowers-stash, Making Memories rub-ons, Krylon workable Fixatif

Webster’s Pages Mojo Monday Card

I love Mojo Monday! You have to enter to try and win a FREE stamp set worth $24 too! Not too shabby of a prize! I won once before with this card and I didn’t enter again for a while because I wasn’t sure if I was allowed even though I couldn’t find a rule. Some contests do not allow winners to win again for three months. No point in entering if you can’t win right? So here goes with Mojo Monday #98.

(Can you tell I want to try staging more interestingly?) The DP base and the scalloped edge are both Webster’s Pages journaling cards. I just LOVE these! They are decorated on one side and the websters post cardother side is lined and decorated. The scalloped edge was printed only, I cut it out from a larger card (not pre-cut). On the right side, the stamp, Post Card wording, stripes and the flourish-y were part of the journaling card-YEAH!!

The sentiment at the bottom was on the back of the scalloped journaling card. These cards are just so beautiful, anyone could make a gorgeous card with them. The heart frame used to be websters post card closeup silver, it is a Memory Makers tag maker frame; I coloured it with my Pilot gold paint pen. Both the photo corners and the frame were too bright for the rest of the card so I darkened them with a dark brown Copic so they fit better with the rest of the card.

The ribbon bow is made with the 2” Bow Easy, two-three looped silk ribbon bows layered on each other with a SU! pretties kit pearl on top. All of the layers are sponged with cocoa ink. The ink bottle and pen nib were stamped on Kraft CS, cut out and coloured with markers, cocoa for the bottle and Copic c-1 for the nib; both had clear Spica pen over them. For the bottle I hoped it might look more like glass without having to get out the glaze and for the nib, more metallic. The music is a real vintage music sheet and I used those old-fashioned, lick-to-stick (yucky tasting) photo corners.

Enjoy, Rebecca

Ink: chocolate, cocoa-SU!
Paper: Webster’s pages Journaling Cards, kraft, chocolate, vanilla CS-SU!
Accessories: Copic dark brown, R59 and C-1, pearl SU! pretties kit, May Arts silk ribbon, Making Memories heart tag frame, foam dots-Jody Morrow, clear Spica pen, velvet ribbon-Clear Dollar Stamps, Pilot paint pen, photo corners, vintage music sheet-stash, Bow Easy

August 01, 2009

Another Award- WAY COOL!!

Yeah, how AWESOME is this! A new internet buddy, Alysabeth Johnson from Layin’ Rubber Ink gave me this nifty award. I am so grateful. I work so hard to make this blog fun, informative and entertaining; it is so nice to be recognized once in a while.

circle-of-friends-awardI am supposed to pass this on to 5 other bloggers. I decided to not just pick bloggers who inspire me; as this is a Friends Award, I choose people who are ALSO my friends! So I nominate:






There are more I wanted to honour, don’t worry, your turn will be next!

Enjoy guys! Rebecca!

Bundle Of Joy Challenge Card

Another Challenge card for the JustRite Stamps 2 Sketches 3 You challenge. I started this card AGES ago when I first got these stamps. I got as far as the card base and the image with the scalloped layer underneath, then I got stuck. I tried a bunch of things and just couldn’t get it to work. I’m surprised I even remembered to go back to it! This sketch worked perfectly to finish this card. And how cool that it was a JustRite image with this being a JustRite sponsored sketch! I guess this one also qualifies for Sharon Johnson’s No Time to Stamp #98 because punched lace was included in the possibilities for the challenge.

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I think I may have lightened the photo just a bit too much, sorry. My photography class starts Monday, expect much better photos really soon! This is the first time I have used the MS scalloped scallop punch. I think it looks like a curtain pulled back, especially if you only have two scallops. I wonder if it is possible to punch around a circle, that would look TOTALLY cool. (I am such an 80’s kid!)

Enjoy, Rebecca

JustRite Stamps
Ink: Adirondack black, pretty in pink-SU!
Paper: pink pirouette, white, pink pirouette DSP-SU!, MME blue dots, Green DP-Honey Pie Cosmo Cricket
Accessories: Copics, pink gingham ribbon and flowers-stash, foam dots-Jody Morrow, MS scallop and floral lace punch

Triple Challenge Hanging Treat Holder

This card is for the Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge FTTC26 - make a monochromatic card, OK, so this isn’t a card but close enough right? It also qualifies for the sketch at 2 Sketches 4 You sponsored by JustRite Stamps. I doubt I’ll win but I have to try considering the prize is $100 worth of JustRite goodies! I have been dying to get some more fonts to make my own verses and phrases. This also qualifies for Sharon Johnson’s No Time to Stamp challenge #98 Lovely Lace.

I got the idea for this treat holder from Splitcoast Stampers. Click HERE for the directions. hanging treat holder1Now this holder isn’t very deep, only 1/2” so consider that when making it. Any thin/flat treat or candy bar will fit like Skor, Crispy Crunch, deluxe chocolate bars like mine and of course, good ‘ole Hershey! Other treats like old-fashioned candy sticks or those sugar powder filled sticks, are they Pixie Sticks? You could even pack it with fruit leather/roll ups for a healthier alternative. I can even see it as packaging for a small gift like a tie, gift card (tucked into tissue paper for security). Or how about tea/cup o’ soup packet/Kleenex pack for a sick friend? This can hang on either a door knob or a wine/juice bottle. It wouldn’t be very hard to alter to increase the depth, then you could add more/larger stuff.

It was SUPER easy to make, even easier than other templates I’ve used that I’ve described as easy. hanging treat holder2Score, cut, assemble; took about 5 minutes to make! Of course it took way longer to decorate! I considered decorating the hole part of the holder but I realized that it wouldn’t show with the size of my chocolate bar. The paper is Bazzil printed paper, I had to add a ‘liner’ of the patterned cardstock so that the area around the hole would have the same pattern as the rest of the holder.


hanging treat holder3 front angle

Enjoy, Rebecca

JustRite Stamps
Ink: Color Box chalk
Paper: dots and medium brown CS-Bazzil, vanilla, chocolate CS-SU!
Accessories: Latte pearls-Kaisercraft, Copic E33, Stampendous glitter (on the sugar in the image), Paper lace-K&Co., vanilla grosgrain-stash, velvet ribbon-Clear Dollar Stamps, Foam dots-Jody Morrow