Shana Gaff
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Friday, November 30, 2012

Simple Sparkly Christmas

I was really excited to see that the challenge at Less is More this week is Glamour and Glitz.  I thought this would make for a nice and easy Christmas card!
Of course my glamour and glitz doesn't show very well in my picture!  Here's a close up of the trees:
I first stamped the trees in Midnight Muse. Then I cut out a frame and used the negative as a mask to sponge inside with Bashful Blue and Illuminate Watermark Ink.  I used Silver Dazzling Details on the trees for the sparkle.  Of course, when I stamped my sentiment, I got a line from the edge of the stamp, so I added the rhinestones to cover my mistake.  That was okay because it is a glamour and glitz card, right?!  :)

Stamp Sets: Lovely as a Tree, More Merry Messages
Cardstock: Whisper White
Ink: Midnight Muse, Raspberry Ripple, Illuminate Watermark
Tools: sponges, Simply Scored
Accessories: Raspberry Ripple Stitched Satin Ribbon, Silver Dazzling Details, Basic Rhinestones

A Sad Day

I'm sad because this is the last challenge at Color Me Beautiful! :(  I had so much fun designing for them and I really hope that they decide to bring it back some time in the future.  It probably will work out for the better for me though since I have been asked to design for the next round of the Stampin' Up! Creative Crew over at Splitcoaststampers!!!  YEAH!  So I guess it's not such a sad day after all. lol  Make sure you stop over there and play along with the challenges.  They are great for those of us that love Stampin' Up! and you get to see a lot of beautiful samples!

The color palette this week is another beauty.
I decided to pair it with a sketch from retro sketches.

 I just loved this sketch, as I always do the sketches from their site!  It's a pretty simple sketch, yet there is still a lot going on.  If that makes any sense at all! :)
I did a little bit of embossing in the background with the row of three scallops. I was a little bummed because each time I moved the embossing folder it squished the previous embossing I had done.  If anyone has a tip for making this not happen I would love to hear it!  The front frame with the sentiment was embossed and then I cut it out and stamped it. I stamped the sentiment on both sides and had a hard time deciding which one I liked better. They both looked great!  I was excited to use both of these embossing folders because they rarely get used. It is fun using things that have just been sitting around collecting dust.  It's almost like getting new goodies!

Stamp Sets: More Merry Messages, Ornament Keepsakes
Cardstock: Sahara Sand
Ink: Baja Breeze, Crumb Cake, Primrose Petals, Rose Red, Sahara Sand
Tools: Designer Frames Embossing Folder, Adorning Accents Embossing Folder, Holiday Ornaments Framelits, sponge
Accessories: Primrose Petals Stitched Satin Ribbon, Basic Rhinestones

Thursday, November 29, 2012

For the Birds

Yes, you all know that's how I feel about snow and winter in general.  :)  But that's not why I chose that title!  I chose it because there is an adorable little birdie on ice skates in the For the Birds stamp set!  Create with Connie and Mary  had the perfect color combination for my little guy and I paired it with the sketch from The Paper Players.
I thought this was a cute little sketch and the banner was a perfect spot for my little ice-skating birdie.

I used Silver Glimmer cardstock for the scallops and Silver Dazzling Details on parts of the birdie as well as the larger snowflakes. On the snowflakes I just put a few drops of the DD and then spread it around with my finger. 
Stamp Sets: For the Birds, Snowflake Soiree
Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Whisper White, Wisteria Wonder
Ink: Black StazOn, Baja Breeze, Wisteria Wonder
Tools: Scallop Trim Border Punch, Blender Pen
Accessories: Silver Glimmer cardstock, Silver Dazzling Details

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Blue Ribbon Birthday

I just had to ink up my new Blue Ribbon stamp set and I found the perfect sketch at Just Add Ink to use it with!
I liked this simple sketch so I decided to keep my card very clean and simple as well.
I was a tad bit disappointed to find that the scallop circle punch doesn't fit perfectly with the top of the ribbon, so I had to hand cut the whole thing. Lucky for me I don't mind cutting!  The red layer was punched with the small scallop circle punch, then inserted back in and rotated before punching again, creating the medallion look. I like this trick for masculine cards.  Th sentiment is on Dimensionals and I backed the whole thing with two strips of Daffodil Delight Seam Binding Ribbon to bring all of the colors together.
Stamp Set: Blue Ribbon
Cardstock: Pacific Point, Whisper White
Ink: Pacific Point
Tools: Scallop Circle Punch, 1 3/8" Circle Punch, Argyle Embossing Folder
Accessories: Summer Smooches DSP, Daffodil Delight Seam Binding Ribbon, Dimensionals

Addicted to Stamps & More Sketch

It's time for another sketch challenge at Addicted to Stamps and More!
This week's challenge is being sponsored by All That Scraps.  They will be offering a rubber stamp prize for the winner!  Yay! 
As soon as I saw this sketch I knew that I wanted to turn it sideways so I could use my brand new Come to Bethlehem stamp set that just showed up at my door unexpectedly yesterday. I wasn't expecting it to be here until Thursday, so it was quite the surprise!
I had seem someone do a similar technique on a swap at the Lansing Regionals, so I decided to try it myself.  I stamped the image on Bashful Blue Cardstock, then sponged the edges with Bashful Blue and Early Espresso ink.  I then covered the entire image with VersaMark and heat set Heat & Stick powder over the top. While it was still warm I poured Dazzling Details over the top and heat set it a little. My entire house is now sparkly. :)  I had to take scotch tape to my face just so I was presentable enough to leave the house last night!  My cards sure does look nice and sparkly though, so it was worth it.

Stamp Set: Come to Bethlehem
Cardstock: Bashful Blue, Very Vanilla
Ink: Bashful Blue, Early Espresso, VersaMark
Tools: Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, heat tool, Heat & Stick Powder, sponges
Accessories: Festival of Prints DSP stack, Dazzling Diamonds, Dimensionals

Ten-Minute Tuesday

I have a very quick and bright Ten-Minute Tuesday to share with you today!  The sketch is from Try Stampin' On Tuesday.
When I just went to get the link and the picture of the sketch I found that the link to submit closes in just 59 minutes!  Oops!  Just in time. :)
I have been neglecting my flower stamps and DSP since it is now fall and close to Christmas, so I decided to do something different for a change.  Nothing really to explain about this card.  It's basically back to the basics of cardmaking which I seem to get away form sometimes! 
Stamp Sets: Bright Blossoms, Pursuit of Happiness
Cardstock: Island Indigo, Tangerine Tango, Whisper White
Ink: Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade, Real Red, Tangerine Tango
Tools: 2 3/8" Scallop Circle Punch, Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder
Accessories: Daffodil Delight Seam Binding Ribbon, Brights Buttons, Dimensionals

Monday, November 26, 2012

A Green Day

I was feeling a little green today, so I decided to make an all green card!  And no, I am NOT pregnant! lol  Just felt a little icky. :)  I'm feeling much better now though and in the mood for some card making!  I found this pretty little sketch at Stampin' Royalty:
I still have almost an entire stack of Festival of Prints DSP left, so I decided to start with that.
Lucky Limeade is one of my favorite In Colors and I will definitely be sad when it leaves. I wouldn't be disappointed if it replaced Old Olive though!  And I will not miss the old style of ink pad. I didn't replace mine since it only had a year left of use and boy can you tell the difference!  Hard to tell from the pic but I sponged the layer of Lucky Limeade that is embossed with the Square Lattice Embossing Folder.  The ornaments also have Dazzling Details on them and the scallops at the bottom have little pearls in the centers.
Stamp Sets: More Merry Messages, Ornamental Keepsakes
Cardstock: Lucky Limeade, Very Vanilla
Ink: Lucky Limeade
Tools: Holiday Ornaments Framelits, Scallop Trim Border Punch, Decorative Label Punch, Square Lattice Embossing Folder, sponge
Accessories: Basic Pearls, Dazzling Details, Dimensionals, Lucky Limeade Ruffled Ribbon, Festival of Prints DSP stack

Sunday, November 25, 2012

A Wasted Day

Well, almost!  I have had a migraine all day.  I finally took two Excedrine just so I could drag myself into my stamping studio.  I just could not go a day without posting. :)  I am telling you, this is an addiction. Brett says so too. But he knows I love it so he bears with me! 

Today's card uses more scraps from yesterday.  Yay!  Some of the colors from the colourQ fit in perfectly with the DSP I have been using.  I combined the colors with the sketch at Freshly Made Sketches
I first thought I would do leaves with the colors, but I have been doing a lot of those so I decided to do a little punch owl instead.
I don't use this little fella nearly enough.  He is so stinkin' cute and I just love these colors for him!  Don't you think the Fancy Fan Embossing Folder makes him look like he has feathers?!  I just love that! 
Stamp Set: Friendly Phrases
Cardstock: Cajun Craze, Concord Crush, Island Indigo, More Mustard, Very Vanilla
Ink: Cajun Craze, Concord Crush, Island Indigo
Tools: Owl Builder Punch, 2 3/8" Circle Punch, handheld circle punch, Fancy Fan Embossing Folder, sponge
Accessories: Orchard Harvest DSP, Island Indigo Ruffled Ribbon, Dimensionals

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Gobble, Gobble

I was really excited when I saw the cue card at CASology this week. 
A long time ago I had seen a cute little turkey on Stampin' Connection, our Stampin' Up! demonstrator website, and I really wanted to CASE him.  It was made by Doris Denman. I could not find a blog for her, but if you are a demo you can look her up on Stampin' Connection!  I also used the sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch!  I guess this card is all about CASEing! lol
I turned the sketch sideways for my card.  For this sketch, the OLD me would have kept it the same AND used flowers. The NEW me tried to mix up the sketch a little bit and think outside the box. :) 
I made this card for Brett and it is supposed to be funny. Get it?  Miss you turkey. He picked it up and said "Aw, you miss me!"  I had to explain it to him. ;)  The feathers are made with the wide oval punch and the Orchard Harvest DSP.  I punched them all out, inked the edges, then adhered them to a circle punch.  Then I ran the whole thing through the Big Shot with the Fancy Fan Embossing Folder.  I did it this way so all of the little fans would be going the same way. I had a feeling it would bug me if they weren't. :)  The strip with the sentiment is scored diagonally at the top and bottom and the sentiment is embossed with Early Espresso Embossing Powder. If you couldn't tell, I used up a lot of the scraps I had lying around from the last card I posted.  Love it when this happens!
Stamp Set: Lacy & Lovely
Cardstock: Cajun Craze, Island Indigo, More Mustard, Very Vanilla
Ink: Cajun Craze
Tools: Wide Oval Punch, 2 1/2" Circle Punch, Fancy Fan Embossing Folder, Simply Scored & Diagonal Plate
Accessories: Googlies, Dimensionals

Fancy Folds

I wanted to try this challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments, so I spent some time perusing the tutorial section at Splitcoaststampers today! 
I decided to use the Double Dutch Fold for my card.  There are so many fun techniques to try there.  It sure has grown since I first became a member!  I really need to start using up this fall DSP that I have sitting around here, so I put the Christmas stamps away for now and pulled out the leaves.  I know, yesterday I was making a spring card!  I just can't make up my mind.  That is the good thing about my job.  I don't have to!  I can do whatever I please and there is no one to tell me it is wrong!
I just love making these leaves and they coordinate perfectly with this DSP.  I haven't posted one in a while, so I'll give you the rundown on how to easily make one.  I die cut the leaf from my Autumn Accents Bigz Die in More Mustard cardstock, then sponged it with More Mustard, Cajun Craze and Raspberry Ripple ink.  Then I stamped it with the water splotches stamp from French Foliage and scored in veins with my stylus.  I did draw back over the lines with my Cajun Craze marker, but that is hard to see. I then spritzed it with some homemade Crumb Cake shimmer spritz, crumpled up my beautiful creation, then unfolded it and adhered it to the Early Espresso Window Frame Framelit.  The framelit is backed with a square of Lucky Limeade cardstock.  I just love doing this.  I added a little tag with the sentiment on the inside.
I really like this fold for a card and already have all of the cardstock out to go make a Christmas card like with the Double Dutch Fold.  I love it when a card sparks the creativity in me like this and gets me motivated to stamp!
Stamp Sets:  French Foliage, Seasonal Sayings
Cardstock: Early Espresso, Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade, More Mustard

Ink: Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Lucky Limeade, More Mustard, Raspberry Ripple, VersaMark
Tools: Window Frames Framelits, Apothecary Accents Framelits, Essentials and Festive Paper Piercing Packs, piercing tool, stylus, Autumn Accents Bigz Die, heat tool, Embossing Buddy, Stampin' Spritzer, rubbing alcohol
Accessories: Raspberry Ripple Stitched Satin Ribbon, Orchard Harvest DSP, Early Espresso Embossing Powder, Frost White Shimmer Paint

Friday, November 23, 2012

Ready for Spring!

Seriously, am I the only one who is ready for spring? I'm tired of the cold and it has barely even snowed here yet!  It's not even winter!  The good news is, we have a new furnace AND we got the  heat fixed in our van.  Merry early Christmas to me!

I decided to use some springy colors and make a warm card today.  I used the colors from Play Date Cafe and the sketch from Nacho Average Challenges

 I chose the colors Primrose Petals, Certainly Celery and Basic Gray to represent the colors in the photo.  I really like these three together. I actually think they would make nice Christmas ornament or snowflake colors, so I might have to try those later. :) For now, I thought warm thoughts.
Pretty simple and straightforward.  I turned the sketch sideways.  Some of the flowers are stamped full strength and others are stamped off. I used the three rhinestones in the left corner to balance the sentiment in the lower right corner.  There are also some rhinestones in the little flower centers.  Love me some bling!

Stamp Sets: Blessings from Heaven, Summer Silhouettes
Cardstock: Basic Gray, Certainly Celery, Primrose Petals, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Gray, Certainly Celery, Primrose Petals
Tools: Fancy Fan Embossing Folder, Labels Collection Framelits
Accessories: Basic Rhinestones, Dimensionals

Christmas Sweets

I am in love with the color challenge at Color Me Beautiful this week!  Okay, maybe it is more so the name of the challenge I am drawn to. :)  Christmas Sweets!  Yum!
Aren't these pretty colors though?  I haven't used Wisteria Wonder in a long time and I really need to start making a dent in my collection of cardstock before it retires.  Unless Stampin' Up! decides to bring it in as a permanent color!  That is not unheard of, and a while back they DID tell us to hold onto our In Color ink pads after they retire in case they decided to do this again.  Hint, hint, right?  We don't have any other light purples in our collection, so it would be fine with me if they decided to put this in the Subtles and replace, say Perfect Plum.  That one's not all that subtle anyway, in my opinion! :)  Just sayin'.  lol
I just could not resist making the little jars of candy to go along with the Christmas Sweets theme. :)  I stamped Basic Gray on Vellum Cardstock and die cut them with the Cannery Framelits.  The candies are adhered directly to the vellum with Crystal Effects.  It actually made them a little bit darker so you can see them better through the vellum.  Unfortunately, I had to completely redo the first two I made because they stuck to my counter and got ruined!  Make sure you dry them upside down, just in case some of that sneaky CE seeps out.  You know how I know! :)

Stamp Sets: More Merry Messages, Perfectly Preserved, Sweets for the Sweet
Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Old Olive, Primrose Petals, Whisper White, Wisteria Wonder, Vellum
Ink: Basic Gray, Crumb Cake, Old Olive, Primrose Petals, Wisteria Wonder
Tools: Cannery Framelits, Chevron Embossing Folder, 1" Circle Punch
Accessories: Baker's Twine, Crystal Effects

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving!

Even though it is Thanksgiving, it wouldn't seem right that I didn't make a card!  So after lunch I decided to try the challenges at The Paper Players and retro sketches. :) 
They were pretty easy, so I didn't feel too bad about missing time with the hubs. He was here, so I guess we were still spending time together. lol
I just love gold and silver embossing, and I thought they would look really elegant together.  I love the way it turned out.  I think this looks really classy!  Now I am all out of silver embossing powder though. Too bad I just sent in two orders this week.

Stamp Sets: Ornament Keepsakes, Snowflake Soiree
Cardstock: Gold and Silver Brushed
Ink: Versamark
Tools: Holiday Ornaments Framelits, heat tool, Embossing Buddy
Accessories: Gold and Silver Embossing Powder

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Lucky I'm getting a post in today!

Today has been a crazy day and I haven't been home long enough to do anything!  I ordered the MDS2+ Download since it is now 50% off, and tried to download it at home yesterday.  Well, we have Hughes Net, so the file was way too big to download.  I thought I would be smart and go to McDonald's and do it last night.  It was going to take a few hours, so that wasn't an option.  Then I found out I could download it at 2am with my Hughes Net and it wouldn't use up my air time.  So, I set my alarm for 2am and started the download.  I fell asleep, woke up and my computer had gone into sleep mode as well. I woke it up and the download had stopped completely. :(  I had to start over completely!  By that time, I was out of air time so I decided to go to my mother-in-law's house since she has really fast internet.  Started it, left, she called me, and it had stopped at 94%!  It fell asleep again!  Stupid computer!   So now I am back over here waiting for it to download AGAIN.  I have it set up so that it will not fall asleep and I am not leaving its side! lol 

I do have a picture to share though!  This is a card that I had made for the Color Me Beautiful challenge a few weeks ago, Candy Cane Hues. 
I had thought I was using a Mojo Monday sketch, but it turned out it was just one I made up in my head. :)  I never got around to sharing this one, so I saved it for a rainy day.  Today is that rainy day. :)

Stamp Sets: More Merry Messages, Scentsational Season
Cardstock: Primrose Petals, Sahara Sand, Soft Suede, Very Vanilla
Ink: Primrose Petals, Real Red, Soft Suede, VersaMark
Tools: Petals-A-Plenty Embossing Folder, Window Frames Framelits, Festive Paper-Piercing Pack, Circle Punch, Color Spritzer, sponges
Accessories: Primrose Petals Stitched Satin Ribbon, Dimensionals

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Ten-Minute Tuesday

It's another CAS challenge at Addicted to Stamps & More!  My favorite!  I love these because you can go in any direction you want.  I decided to use the cute little gingerbread man from Scentsational Season.  It is one that won't be available to order after the Holiday Mini is over, so I want to get as much use out of it as I can before then!  I am crossing my fingers that it makes it into the new catalog in June.  I know that's a long ways away but I just love that it has the coordinating Framelits!
The "Happy Christmas" is the best sentiment for these little guys. Don't you think?  They just look so happy!  I love clean and simple cards.  Little time to make and little time to explain! The top and bottom guys are on Dimensionals. The middle guy is glued down and the sentiment is ruffled a little for some texture.  Love the little banner he is holding!  I tried putting googly eyes on him, but they looked kind of creepy! I guess that is why the CAS label. lol

Stamp Sets: More Merry Messages, Scentsational Season
Cardstock: Whisper White
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Real Red
Tools: Holiday Collection Framelits, Petals-a-Plenty Embossing Folder
Accessories: Red Dazzling Details, Dimensionals

Black & White Beauty

I was in love as soon as I saw the challenge at Black Tie Fridays this week!
I really wanted to do an elegant Christmas card for this challenge and have seen a lot of people doing these cutouts with ribbon behind them so I decided to try one for myself.
 I rarely use this Scallop Trim Corner punch because I can't get it lined up very well with the border punch it coordinates with.  I decided I liked it without the border punch!  I had a happy little accident with my ornaments...go figure!  I originally just had the big ribbon ornament.  There was a little smudge of adhesive on the white cardstock, and when I went to erase it, I got a huge smudge of ink on the card!  I decided to cover it with the two smaller ornaments.  I like it better now!  They have Dazzling Details on them for some pop!

Stamp Sets: Everything Eleanor, More Merry Messages, Ornament Keepsakes
Cardstock: Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink: Black StazOn
Tools: Holiday Ornaments Framelits, Scallop Trim Corner
Accessories: Dazzling Details, Basic Black Scalloped Polka Dot Ribbon

Monday, November 19, 2012

Christmas Tag Class

Christmas Tag Class

Saturday, December 1st at 9:00 am
(Please RSVP by Wednesday, November 28th)

 Saturday, December 8th at 9:00 am
(Please RSVP by Wednesday, December 5th)

We will be making 40 Christmas tags, 4 each of 10 different designs, using the Two Tags Bigz Die, Scentsational Season and Perfectly Preserved Stamp Sets.  Cost is $20. I will have glue sticks available to use.  Feel free to bring your own adhesive!

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Water Stamping

I found a fun, new technique today and decided to give it a try!  It is called water stamping and it is so easy!  You can find the technique here at Splitcoaststampers.  Basically you just sponge ink all over your cardstock, make a water ink pad by wetting a stack of paper towels, and stamp away!  I wanted to use a layout that showcased a lot of the technique, so I chose this one from Freshly Made Sketches:
 I thought the color combination from ColourQ would look great with this technique.
These are great fall colors!  I loved the touch of Tempting Turquoise to brighten it up a bit.  The colors just look so crisp to me.  And don't you just love that hat?!  Reminds me of the hats that Steph and I have. :)
I used the water technique with the En Francais background stamp.  It looks so cool!  In person it almost looks like it is embossed.  It is kind of puffy!  I used the Simply Scored to do diagonal lines on the Tempting Turquoise cardstock, just to add a little texture there.  You can't tell from the pic but I added Dazzling Details to the Old Olive leaves so they are sparkly. 

Stamp Sets: En Francais background, Gently Falling, Seasonal Sayings
Cardstock: Cajun Craze, Tempting Turquoise, Very Vanilla
Ink: Cajun Craze, Old Olive, Soft Suede, Tempting Turquoise
Tools: 1" Circle Punch, Simply Scored, sponges
Accessories: Dazzling Details, Old Olive Dotted Scallop Ribbon

Saturday, November 17, 2012

CAS(E)ing Away!

I just cannot bring myself to miss a challenge at CASology since they are supposed to be simple cards, which is what I love!  I had several choices of stamps for the challenge this week.

I ended up going a completely different direction than I started with. My original plan was to use the jar from Perfectly Preserved, but then it ended up WAY not CAS, so I started over.  I was looking through my swaps from Regionals and found a layout that I really liked which was totally CAS.  This cute little card was made by Gladys Rienks.
Isn't that cute?!  I loved the scoring so I decided to CASE it!  Here is my version:
I stuck with just a card base instead of the layer, since I was going for true CAS.  The DSP is from Orchard Harvest DSP.  The one side of each paper in that pack is so versatile!  I used my Stampin' Write markers to color directly on the stamp. It is hard to tell in the picture, but the frame is around the sentiment is Early Espresso.  I backed it with a square of Elegant Eggplant DSP.  I like to do this because the larger-sized framelit just seems too big so when I use a square I can make it a little smaller.  You can also use circle punches on the sides if you want a complete border!

Stamp Set: Friendship Preserves
Cardstock: Elegant Eggplant, Very Vanilla
Ink: Early Espresso, Elegant Eggplant, Lucky Limeade
Tools: Window Frames Framelits, Simply Scored
Accessories: Orchard Harvest DSP, Dimensionals


Early Morning Stamping

I woke up this morning with the same migraine I had when I went to bed.  It was only 4:30 but I didn't have much of a choice, so I took an Excedrine.  Well that was FULL of caffeine, so I couldn't fall asleep and decided to do some work in my stamping studio.  I got SOOOO much done!  I am actually thinking about going to bed earlier so I can get up early and do this every day!  I finished my invitations for my Downline & Hostess Christmas Party and got them mailed, stamped some envelopes and actually sent some cards for a change, make the thank you notes I posted earlier, bagged up the workshop order that came AND finished a card to post today.  Mostly all before noon!  I love it when I have productive days like this.  It gets me so motivated to work harder on my business!

For my card, I used the sketch from Unscripted Sketches and the color combination from Nacho Average Challenge.
I've been doing a lot of snowflakes lately, so I decided to go with doilies for a change on this one.  I just love this color combination!  So bright and cheery.
I started with a piece of Midnight Muse that was 9 1/2" by 4 1/4" scored at 5 1/2" and 8 1/4" on the long side.  Then I folded it up, embellished the flap with Summer Starfruit cardstock embossed in an inked Lacy Brocade Embossing Folder, and tied it shut with the Midnight Muse Stitched Satin Ribbon.  I just love this ribbon!  The card pulls out all of the way to see the sentiment and there is room to write your own message.

Stamp Set: Delicate Doilies
Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Midnight Muse, Summer Starfruit, Whisper White
Ink: Baja Breeze, Midnight Muse, Summer Starfruit
Tools: 1" Circle Punch, Lacy Brocade Embossing Folder
Accessories: Vintage Faceted Button, Basic Rhinestones, Midnight Muse Stitched Satin Ribbon, Dimensionals