Friday, April 29, 2011

A Mother's Day Card

I made this Mother's Day card using Angellina's Balloons from Mo's Digital Pencil. The sketch that I used is from this week's challenge at Critter Sketch.                                               
The base of my card is white backed in bright green and then backed agian in st valentino pink.  I colored the image using crayola and prisma colored pencils. I cut it out in an oval and backed it in bright green and then again in st valentino pink. The block behind the image is white backed in green and the backed in a larger piece of white that is backed in st valentino pink. I created the sentiment on my computer and then backed it in bright green and then again in st valentino pink.  I added pink and green sprinkles to left side of the image and then again to the upper right corner of the image.

I am also entering this card into the following challenges:


Polly Craft Monday: Fun And Games

Craft Your Passion: Show Us Your Layers


Crafty Creations: White Space

Aud Sentiments: Mother's Day


Simon Says Stamp: Anything Goes


Dutch Dare: For Mom



SUPPLIES USED

IMAGE: Mo's Digital Pencil Too Angelina's Balloons Digital Stamp
SENTIMENT: Created on Computer
PAPER: White Cardstock, The Paper Company Bright Green Cardstock, Coredinations St Valentino Cardstock
EMBELLISHMENTS: Annabelle Stamps Green Sprinkles, Annabelle Stamps Pink Sprinkles
TOOLS: Fiskars Oval Template
OTHER: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Birthday Dragon

I created this birthday card using this adorable dragon image from Doodle Dragon Studios.  This week's Dustin Pikes challenge is to create a birhday card using just two colors from the challenge blog header. I used purple and green. I used purple as the base of my card. I colored the image using crayola colored pencils. I backed the image and the sentiment in green and then again in white.  The sketch that I used is from this week's challenge at Sunday Sketch and Stamp.  I added a piece of purple ribbon to the block of green cardstock at the bottom. I finished the card by adding a purple glittery flower button to the left side of the ribbon and 3 purple sprinkles (from Annabelle Stamps) to the top right corner.

I am also entering this card into the following challenges:

Cupcake Inspiration: Photo Inspiration (dragon, flower, purple, green & white)

Creative Inspirations: Digi Day

Corrosive Challenge: Animals



SUPPLIES USED

IMAGE: Doodle Dragon Studios Dragon
SENTIMENT: Fiskars All Year Greeting Rubber Stamp Set
PAPER: Bazzill Basics Spring Breeze Cardstock, White Cardstock, K and Company Remake Lilac Lavenders Mat Pad ~ Purple
EMBELLISHMENTS: Purple Glitter Flower Button, Annabelle Stamps Purple Sprinkles, Offray Purple Ribbon
OTHER: Crayola Colored Pencils


Mother's Day Fairy

I made this Mother's Day card using Tea Cup Fairy from Mo's Digital Pencil.  I used the sketch from this week's Mojo Monday challenge.  The base of my card is white cardstock backed in sherbert orange cardstock.  I added a strip of sherbert orange. I added a piece of white sheer ribbon across the bottom of the strip and then backed it in white and then backed again in sherbert orange.  I punced the edge of the last layer using an eyelet lace border punch. I added the completed strip to the right side of the card and added a bow made out of the same white sheer ribbon.  I colored the image using crayola and prisma colored pencils. I colored the fairy's hair black for the coloring black hair challenge at Make It Colourful.  I cut the image out using a circle template and backed it in sherbert orange.  I created the sentiment on my computer. I backed it in sherbert orange and added it to the bottom of my card.  I created the flowers using the Mother's Day Bouquet Cricut cartridge.  I cut one type of flower out of white and the other out of sherbert orange.  I created the finished flower by adding one of the sherbert orange flowers ontop of the white flower and attatching it with a white brad.  To finish my card I added 3 light orange pearls to the left bottom corner just under the sentiment.

I am also entering this card into the following challenges:

Fantabulous Cricut: Mom's The Word

Whoopsi Daisy: Fairies


Alota Rubber Stamps: Mother's Day

Sentimental Sundays: Let's Get Punchy




Craft Your Passion: Show Us Your Layers

Everybody Art: Fairies

Top Tip Tuesday: Square Projects

Aud Sentiments: Mother's Day




SUPPLIES USED

IMAGE: Mo's Digital Pencil Too Tea Cup Fairy Digital Stamp
SENTIMENT: Typed On Computer
PAPER: The Paper Company Sherbert Orange Cardstock, White Cardstock
EMBELLISHMENTS: White Brads, Light Orange Pearls, Crystal Stickles, Sheer White Ribbon
TOOLS: Cricut Mother's Day Bouquet Cartridge, Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace Border Punch
OTHER: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Pati's Kisses

I created this Mother's Day card using Pati's Kisses digital stamp from Elisabeth Bell Designs for the Mother's Day challenge at Elisabeth Bell's World.  I used the sketch from Card Patterns.
The colors I used on my card are from the brown, pink and cream color challenge at The Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge. The base of my card is a pink floral patterned paper backed in brown cardstock.  I added a strip of brown cardstock to the bottom of the card. To the strip of brown I added a piece of cream cardstock that I punched using an eyelet lace border punch.  I added a piece of brown ribbon to where the brown strip and cream strip meet.  I added a piece of the same brown ribbon coming down the middle of the card from the top.  I colored the image using crayola and prisma colored pencils. I backed the image in brown cardstock, then in sugar n spice cardstock (pink) and then again in cream cardstock. I added the image to the card and then added a bow made out of the brown ribbon to the top of the image. I typed the sentiment out on my computer and backed it the same way that I backed the image.  I added 3 cream pearls between the image and the sentiment.  I also added a cream pearl to each side of the ribbon that runs across the card.

I am also entering this card into the following challenges:


Craft Your Passion: Show Us Your Layers

Sentimental Sundays: Let's Get Punchy


Alota Rubber Stamps: Mother's Day


SUPPLIES USED

IMAGE: Elisabeth Bells Pati's Kisses Digital Stamp
SENTIMENT: Typed on Computer
PAPER: White Cardstock, The Paper Company Brown Cardstock, Pink Floral Patterned Paper, Coredinations Sugar N Spice Cardstock, DCWV Pastel Cardstock Stack ~ Cream
EMBELLISHMENTS: Annabelle Stamps 4mm Cream Pearls, American Crafts Boutique Brunet Ribbon
TOOLS: Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace Border Punch
OTHER: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils


Birthday Card

I made this birthday card for an elderly lady in our church.  The image that I used is from Mo's Digital Pencil Too and is called Angellina's Balloons.  I thought that this image was perfect for the carnival theme challenge at Mo's Digital Challenges.  I used the sketch from Sketch and Stash.  This week you chose which sketch you wanted to use out of their previous sketches. I chose sketch #30.
The base of my card is sugar n spice cardstock, backed in white and then backed again in bright green. I added a strip of striped patterned paper backed in white.  I punched the bottom of the white using an eyelet lace border punch.  I added that to the top of the card. At the bottom of the card I added a strip of sherbert orange cardstock backed in white.  I colored the image using crayola and prisma colored pencils. I backed the image and the sentiment in bright green and then again in white cardstock.  I added green sprinkles (from Annabelle Stamps) to the sherbert orange strip.
I am also entering this card into the following challenges:

Happy Monday Challenge: Reaching Out To Our Elderly

Craft Your Passion: Show Us Your Layers

Polly Craft Monday: Fun & Games

Stamptacular Sunday: Pile It On
Creative Inspirations: Digi Day

The Crafty Pad: Circles

Sentimental Sundays: Lets Get Punchy

Totally Gorjuss: Bling It On


Supplies Used

IMAGE: Mo's Digital Pencil Too Angellina's Balloons Digital Stamp
SENTIMENT: Typed On Computer
PAPER: White Cardstock, The Paper Company Bright Green Cardstock, The Paper Company Sherbert Orange Cardstock, Coredinations Sugar N Spice Cardstock, EK Success Chloe Stripes And Gingham Patterned Paper
EMBELLISHMENTS:Annabelle Stamps Green Sprinkles
TOOLS: Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace Border Punch
OTHER: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Wedding Card

I made this wedding card using Cake Topper Kiss from The Greeting Farm.  The base of my card is white cardstock backed in wild pansy cardstock. I added a strip of wild pansy cardstock that I punched using an eyelet lace border punch.  I added a piece of sheer white ribbon across the top and added it to the middle of my card. I colored the image using crayola and prisma colored pencils. I backed the image in wild pansy cardstock. I made a bow out of the sheer white ribbon and added it to the left side of the image. I added 3 purple paper roses to the right side of the image and finished off the card by adding 3 purple pearls to the upper right corner.

I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Cute Card Thursday: No Text

The Greeting Farm Farm Fresh Challenges Farm Fresh Friday: Use A Digi

Totally Paper Crafts: Wedding

Stampin For The Weekend: Wedding

Fresh Brewed: Flowers

Stampavie & More: Pearls

Kaboodle Doodles: Here Comes The Bride

Die Cut Dreams: Wedding

Cupcake Inspirations: Photo Inspiration (purple, white & flowers)

Creative Inspirations: Digi Day

Really Reasonable Ribbon Ramblings: Violets, Lilacs And Plums Oh My


Supplies Used

Image: The Greeting Farm Cake Topper Kiss Digital Stamp
Paper: Bazzill Basics Wild Pansy Cardstock, White Cardstock
Embellishments: White Sheer Ribbon, Purple Paper Roses, Purple Pearls
Tools: Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace Border Punch
Other: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils


It's Your Birthday!

This is a birthday card I made using Birthday Morris from Motivet Stamps. I colored him using crayola colored pencils.  The base of my card is green plaid patterned paper backed in brandywine cardstock.  I backed the image and the sentiment in aqua cardstock.  I  added 3 aqua sprinkles to the upper right corner.

I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Pixie Cottage: Happy Birthday

Charisma Cardz: Jokes/Laughter

Polly Craft Monday: Fun & Games



Supplies Used:

Image: Motivet Stamps Birthday Morris Rubber Stamp
Sentiment: Fiskars All Year Greetings Rubber Stamp Set
Paper: Bazzill Basics Brandywine Cardstock, White Cardstock, The Paper Company Aqua Cardstock, DCWV Baby Boy Cardstock Stack ~ Green Plaid
Embellishments: Annabelle Stamps Aqua Sprinkles
Other: Crayola Colored Pencils

Monday, April 25, 2011

Easter Card

I created this Easter card using Tilda With Eggs In Her Apron from Magnolia Stamps. The base of my card is pastel blue. I cut a strip of berry blush and punched it using an eyelet lace border punch. I added 3 ribbons to the top (yellow, green and blue).  I colored the image using crayola and prisma colored pencils, cut it out in an oval and backed it in berry blush.  I added two yelow paper daisies and some eggs I cut out using a Doodle Charms Cricut Cartridge.  I added a white pearl to the center of each flower and  5 white pearls to the top right corner of the image. 
I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Scrappy Frogs: Easter

Fresh Brewed: Flowers

Creative Belli Blog: Eggs/Bunnies (old/forgotten: Doodle Charms Cricut Cartridge)

Inky Impressions: Flowers

Paper Play: Easter

Crafty Sentiments: Easter Cards

Stamping Scrapping Challenge Central: Anything Goes (item from store: Magnolia stamp)

Sweet Stampin: Easter

Crazy 4 Challenges: Easter

Sentimental Sundays: Let's Get Punchy

Pile It On: 2 or More Ribbons

Magnolia Stamp Lovers: Flowers


Supplies Used:

Image: Magnolia Tilda With Eggs In Her Apron Rubber Stamp
Sentiment: Studio G Easter Stamp Set
Paper: DCWV Pastel Cardstock Stack ~ Blue, White Cardstock, Scrap Paper, Bazzill Basics Berry Blush Cardstock
Embellishments: Yellow Paper Daisies, Offray Green Ribbon, Offray Blue Ribbon, Offray Yellow Ribbon, Annabelle Stamps 4mm White Pearls
Tools: Fiskars Oval Template, Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace Border Punch, Cricut Doodle Charms Cartridge
Other: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils


Here Comes The Bride

I created this wedding card using Here Comes The Bride from Karen's Doodles.  The base of my card is a floral paper backed in sugar n spice, backed in white and then backed again in sugar n spice.  I cut a strip of sugar n spice and punched the bottom with an eyelet lace border punch.  I added a piece of sheer white ribbon to the top. Then added it across the middle of my card.  I colored my image using crayola and prisma colored pencils.  I backed the image in sugar n spice and then again in white.  I added it to the left side of  the card.  I added a pink sheer ribbon bow to the left side of the image and three 6mm white heart pearls to the upper right corner.



I am entering this card into the following challenges:


Fab N Funky: Here Comes The Bride




Pile It On: 2 or More Ribbons

Stamptacular Sunday: At Least 5 Layers

Craft Your Passion: Show Us Your Layers

Kaboodle Doodles: Here Comes The Bride


Stamping Scrapping Challenge Central: Anything Goes (item from store: Coredinations Cardstock)


Supplies Used:

Image: Karen's Doodles Here Comes The Bride Digital Stamp
Paper: Coredinations Sugar N Spice Cardstock, White Cardstock, Floral Patterned Paper
Embellishments: Sheer White Ribbon, Sheer Pink Ribbon Bow, Annabelle Stamps 6mm White Heart Pearls
Tools: Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace Heart Border Punch
Other: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils

Saturday, April 23, 2011

2 Sisters Challenge ~ Photo Inspiration

Good morning! Today is challenge day at 2 Sisters. We are being sponsored this week by Stamp Fairy. Our challenge is a PHOTO INSPIRATION challenge.  You can use anything that inspires you from this adorable bunny image. 

For my card I used this candle image from Inkadinkado.  I used the colors and glitter from the picture as my inspiration.  I colored the image using crayola colored pencils.  I added glitter to the flame and flowers using crystal stickles and to the candle and purple cardstock using lavender stickles.  I added a purple ribbon and bow and 3 white pearls to finish off my card. 


I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Digi Doodles Shops Best: Glitter & Glitz

Delicious Doodles: Anything Goes


ABC Challenge: S is for Sparkle

Friday, April 22, 2011

Baby Boy

I created this baby boy card using Meljen's Donkey image. The base of my card is pastel blue plaid backed in white.  I colored the image using crayola colored pencils and backed it in vibrant blue and then again in white. I backed the sentiment in the same way.  I added a light blue ribbon and bow to the bottom of the card just under the image.  To finish off the card I added three 6mm white heart pearls to the upper left corner. 

I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Wee Memories: All Things Adorable

Top Tip Tuesday: Open

There She Goes Clear Stamps: Monochromatic

Cup Cake Crafts: Lots Of Layers

Everybody Art: Pearls

A Spoonfull Of Sugar: Let's Celebrate

Aud Sentiments: Anything Goes

Delicious Doodles: Anything Goes


Supplies Used:

Image: Meljens Donkey Digital Stamp

Sentiment: Fiskars Clear Stamp Set ~ Baby

Paper: Pastel Blue Gingham Patterned Paper, Bazzill Basics Vibrant Blue Cardstock, White Cardstock

Embellishments: Offray Light Blue Ribbon, Annabelle 6mm White Heart Pearls

Other: Crayola Colored Pencils

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

May Your Love Grow

I created this wedding card using Cake Topper Kiss from The Greeeting Farm.  I created this card by casing the card on The Greeting Farm's Farm Fresh Mystery Monday challenge blog.  The base of my card is berry blush backed in white. I embossed a block of berry blush using a cuttlebug embossing folder (dots) and backed it in white and added it to the bottom of my card. I added a white paper heart doily to the top of the card.  I colored the image using prisma and crayola colored pencils and cut it out. I added it using foam squares.  I added a 6mm white pearl heart to the top corners of the card.  The sentiment that I added is called Passing Years and is  from My Sentiments Exactly.

I am also entering this card into the following challenges:

Totally Gorjuss: No patterned Paper

Paper Sundaes: Texture

Polka Doodles: Tie The Knot

Top Tip Tuesday: Open

Crafty Cardmakers: A Royal Wedding

There She Goes Clear Stamp: Monochromatic

Everybody Art: Pearls

A Spoonfull Of Sugar: Let's Celebrate

Aud Sentiments: Anything Goes


Supplies Used:

Image: The Greeting Farm Cake Topper Kiss Digital Stamp

Sentiment: My Sentiments Exactly Passing Years Rubber Stamp

Paper: Bazzill Basics Berry Blush Cardstock, White Cardstock

Embellishments: Annabelle Stamps 6mm White Heart Pearls, White Doily Heart

Tools: Cuttlebug Embossing Folder ~ Dots

Other: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils 

Celebrate Easter (boy)

Here is another easter card that I made using an image from Sassy Cheryls.  This one is called Wanna Be Bunny Boy.  The base of my card is pastel yellow backed in blue. I colored the image using crayola and prisma colored pencils.  I backed both the image and sentiment in blue and finished off my card by adding blue pearls and a carrot button.

I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Pixie Dust Studio: Say It Out Loud


Daring Cardmakers: Spring/Easter



Sentimental Sundays: Spring/Easter

Creative Belli Blog: Eggs/Bunnies (old/forgotten ~ carrot buttons)

Aud Sentiments: Anything Goes

Fussy And Fancy: Card For A Cild




Supplies Used:

Image: Sassy Cheryls Wanna Be Bunny Boy Digital Stamp

Sentiment: Studio G Clear Stamp Set ~ Easter

Paper: White Paper, DCWV Pastel Cardstock Stack ~ Yellow, DCWV Pastel Cardstock Stack ~ Blue

Embellishments: Blue Pearls, Carrot Buttons

Other: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Celebrate Easter (girl)

I created this Easter card using Wanna Be Bunny Girl from Sassy Cheryls.  I colored the image using crayola and prisma colored pencils. The base of my card is berry blush.  I added a strip of pastel yellow and white dotted paper across the middle of the card.  At the bottom of the patterned paper I added a strip of pastel yellow cardstock that I punched using an eyelet lace border punch.  I colored the image using crayola and prisma colored pencils and backed the image in pastel yellow.  I backed the sentiment in berry blush.  I added a piece of light pink ribbon across the bottom of the patterned paper and added a yellow flower with a pink sprinkle from Annabelle Stamps. I also added 3 more pink sprinkles beside the image. 
I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Simon Says Stamp: For A Child



Fab N Funky: All Spotty & Dotty

Card Makin Mamas: Spring Colors

Pixie Dust Studio: Say It Out Loud


Daring Cardmakers: Easter/Spring



Sentimental Sundays: Spring/Easter


Creative Belli Blog: Eggs/Bunnies (old embellishments ~ flowers)

Aud Sentiments: Anything Goes


Fussy and Fancy: Card For A Child



Fresh Brewed: Flowers


Supplies Used:

Image: Sassy Cheryls Wanna Be Bunny Girl Digital Stamp

Sentiments: Studio G Clear Stamp Set ~ Easter

Paper: Bazzill Basics Berry Blush Cardstock, White Cardstock, DCWV Pastel Cardstock Stack ~ Yellow, Yellow & White Dotted Patterned Paper

Embellihsments: Pink Ribbon, Yellow Paper Flowers, Annabelle Stamps Pink Sprinkles

Tools: Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace Border Punch

Other: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils

Baby Girl

Here is another baby card. This one using Baby Fairy Flora from Mo's Digital Pencil Too. The sketch that I used is from this week's challenge at The Sweet Stop. There is a spin on the sketch this week which is to use winged things. To create the base of my card I inked the edges of white cardstock using pastel pink chalk ink and backed it in berry blush cardstock. I added a strip of pink and white stripped patterned paper across the middle. I punched a strip of berry blush using a lace heart border punch and added it to the bottom of the stripped paper. I added a piece of thin white ribbon to the bottom of the stripped paper. I cut a piece of pink and white dotted patterned paper and cut a piece of white and inked it up just like the base. I colored the image using crayola and prisma colored pencils. I inked the edges and added crystal stickles to the wings. I cut the sentiment out in an oval and inked the edges. I added them to the middle of the card. To finish off the card I added two pink heart pearls to the white block of cardstock. I also added two pink paper flowers to the bottom corner of the image and added a pink button flower to the center of each.
I am entering this card into the following challenges:

A Spoonfull of Sugar: Let's Celebrate

Top Tip Tuesday: Open

Papertake Weekly: Spots & Stripes

Everybody Art: Pearls

Cupcake Crafts: Lots of Layers

There She Goes Clear Stamps: Monochromatic Magic

Mo's Digital Challenge: Start of Something New

Do It With Digis: Fairies, Pixies & Elves

Digi Doodles Shops Best: Stripes

Sew Many Challenges: 2 Designer Papers, At Least 1 Flower & At Least 1 Button

Wee Memories: All Things Adorable

Ann's Creative Nook: Anything Goes With A Technique (technique: distressing)

Aud Sentiments: Anything Goes

Inky Impressions: Flowers

Fresh Brewed: Flowers

Craft Your Passion: You've Been Spotted



Supplies Used


Image: Mo's Digital Pencil Too Baby Fairy Flora Digital Stamp


Sentiment: Fiskars Clear Stamp Set ~ Baby


Paper: Bazzill Basics Berry Blush Cardstock, White Cardstock, Pink & White Stripped Patterned Paper, Pink & White Dotted Paper


Embellishments: White Ribbon, Pink Heart Pearls, Crystal Stickles, Pink Paper Flowers, Pink Button Flowers


Tools: Martha Stewart Heart Lace Border Punch, Fiskars Oval Template


Other: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisma Colored Pencils, Studio G Pastel Pink Chalk Ink


Sweet Baby

I made this baby shower card using Spring Ducks from Prairie Fairy. I colored the image using crayola colored pencils. I added frosted lace stickles to the petals of the flower and crystal stickles to the center of the flower and to the bows.

I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Card Makin Mamas: Spring Colors

Pixie Dust Studio: Say It Out Loud

Aud Sentiments: Anything Goes

Fab N Funky: All Spotty & Dotty




Supplies Used:


Image: Prairie Fairy Spring Ducks Digital Stamp


Sentiment: Fiskars All Year Greetings Clear Rubber Stamp Set


Paper: White Cardstock, DCWV Pastel Cardstock Stack ~ Yellow


Embellishments: American Crafts Yellow Ribbon, Yellow Pearls, Frosted Lace Stickles, Crystal Stickles


Tools: Cuttlebug Embossing Folder ~ Dots


Other: Crayola Colored Pencils


Saturday, April 16, 2011

2 Sisters Challenge ~ BINGO

This week at 2 Sisters we have a BINGO card challenge. You have your choice of any 3 that you want to do off the bingo card but like bingo theymust be in a row Everone that enters will have a chance to win some goodies from Robyn's Fetish. But in addition to the that prize anyone who enteres a card/project using all 9 bingo squares will have a chance to win some goodie from Pizzazz Aplenty.
For my card I used all 9 bingo squares. The base of my card is pastel yellow backed in sugar n spice (pink). I embossed a strip of pastel purple using a cuttlebug embossing folder (swirls). I added a border to the top and bottom of the strip of embossed cardstock. I punched the border out using an eyelet lace border punch and added a piece of light blue ribbon at the top and bottom of the purple cardstock. I colored the image (Easter Girl from Robyn's Fetish) using crayola and prisma colored pencils. I backed both the image and the sentiment in sugar n spice. I added a pink paper flower and a yellow paper flower. In the center of each flower I added a 6mm white heart pearl. I also added 3 of the white heart pearls to the bottom of the card. I added crystal stickles to the edges of the paper flowers, the center of the flowers on the image and to her wings.


I am entering this card into the following challenges:





The Crafty Pad: Spring Is In The Air




Stamptacular Sunday: Girls & Swirls


Flutterby Wednesday: Soft Pastel Colors



Supplies Used:


Image: Robyn's Fetish Easter Girl Digtial Stamp


Sentiment: Studio G Easter Stamp Set


Paper: DCWV Pastel Cardstock Stack ~ Yellow & Purple, Coredinations Sugar n Spice Cardstock, Whtie Cardstock


Embellishments: Pink Paper Flower, Yellow Paper Flower, Annabelle Stamps 6mm White Heart Pearls, Light Blue Ribbon, Crystal Stickles


Tools: Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace Border Punch, Cuttlebug Embossing Folder ~ Swirls


Other: Crayola Colored Pencils, Prisa Colored Pencils