Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Just for you

 I am into my wishful thinking mode again. Snow in my neck of the woods, but I am thinking flowers. 😊

For this card I was playing along with the colour challenge at Splitcoaststampers, which are the pink, yellow/citrus and the blue. I decided to go with the dark background, something different for me. I used Prussian Blue for my background, heat dried, then added Cobalt Blue. I die cut the panel using my deckled rectangle, which I love with this background, then added white acrylic paint splatters, and once dry I attached it to my card base. 

To stamp the floral image, in my Misti, I coloured with distress markers the corresponding colour, i.e. the petals in pink, the stem in green, etc. Once I finished that, I added further colour by tracing the image with the markers as I was going to be heat embossing with clear embossing powder. I then painted the image with the distress marker colours, and added further colours with my Zig Brushes. I then die cut the image with the coordinating die, styled it slightly with my stylus and attached using foam tape. For the sentiment, again in my Misti, I stamped the sentiment with cobalt ink, making several passes due to the deep colour. I then die cut the sentiment with the label die and attached with foam tape. To complete my card I added a few sequins in pink and clear. 
This is a closeup of my finished card. 

Thank you for visiting today.
Products: Altenew Best Mom Stamp and Die Set, Altenew Best Buds Stamp Set (for sentiment), Frantic Stamper Deckled Rectangles Die Set, Frantic Stamper Double Fishtail Label Die Set, Schminke Watercolour Prussian Blue and Cobalt, Tim Holtz Distress Ink Mustard Seed, Citrus and Picked Raspberry, Zig Brushes in Pink, Yellow, Green, Ranger Archival Ink Cobalt Blue, White Acrylic Paint, VersaMark Embossing Ink, Clear Embossing Powder, Sequins, Foam Tape.

Hearts Day

Hearts Day for a male friend. I don't mind giving my female friends Valentine cards with pinks and reds, but for some reason, it does not work for me when it is a male friend. I guess I am biased, oh dear!

I wanted to make my friend a fun Valentine card. He likes my cards and loves the fun colours I use, so I think he will like this card. I did the Acetate Inking technique for this card, using distress inks. I wanted a horizontal pattern for the background as I thought it would look great with my splattered heart. I used lemonade, fossilized amber, and spiced marmalade for the background. Once the background was dry I die cut using my deckled rectangle then stamped the heart using ripe persimmon distress ink. For added texture and some shine I stamped again with VersaMark ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. I attached the panel using foam tape, which as you know is one of my favourite things to do with my card panels. I then stamped the sentiment and die cut it with one of my new favourite label dies. I love how it looks, and especially with the deckled rectangle die.

To finish I added some jewel drops in lemon and orange colours. 

Thank you for visiting my blog. I appreciate your visits and your comments. 
Products: IndigoBlu Splattered Hearts Dinkie Stamp, Crate Paper Heart Day Stamp Set, Frantic Stamper Decked Rectangles Die Set, Frantic Stamper Sentiment Labels and Strips Die Set,  Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110lb, Tim Holtz Distress Inks Squeezed Lemonade, Fossilized Amber, Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon, Ranger Archival Ink Monarch, VersaMark Embossing Ink, Clear Embossing Powder, Nuvo Jewel Drops Limencello and Marmalade, Foam Tape. 

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Doily Friends

More pink! I just could not picture this doily stencil done any other way, and I also found this distress embossing powder that I wanted to use. It is very old so I am surprised it was still good. 

I did the stencilling on a piece of vellum using 4 ink colours. I made the frame and sentiment banner by using my large deckle rectangle die. The panel is attached to my card base using foam tape. I heat embossed the love sentiment then die cut it along with die cutting the shadow in white, and stamped the wording using black ink. When I was attaching the love I realised it would push in the vellum, so with tweezers I stuck in another piece of foam tape that sits underneath the die supporting it. I finished by adding a few sequins. 

Thank you for dropping by today.
 
Products: Neat and Tangled Love Notes Stamp and Die Set, Spellbinders Large Deckle Rectangle, Tim Holtz Doily Stencil, Tim Holtz Distress Embossing Powder, VersaMark Embossing Ink, Neenah Cardstock, Vellum, Altenew Ink Frosty Pink, Coral Berry, Ruby Red, Grapevine, Ranger Archival Black Ink, Sequins, Foam Tape.

Saturday, January 27, 2018

I Miss You

With the Beaver being one of Canada's National Symbols, I just had to have this stamp set and it is so cute to boot. 

I started this card by stencilling my card base with the hexagon stencil in two shades of pink inks. For the top panel I die cut using the dotted rectangle die, then cut the heart negative. The image is stamped in black ink and water coloured with Zig Brushes. 

I arranged the beaver where I wanted him then stamped the sentiment in black ink. The panel is attached using foam tape and I styled the beaver a bit before attaching him. To finish I added a few dew drops. 

Fun fact ~ did you know the teeth of the Beaver never stop growing. 😄

Thank you for dropping by my blog.
Products: Neat and Tangled Beavers Eh, Neat and Tangled Nesting Hexagons Stencil, Spellbinders Nested Hearts Die Set, Sizzix Dotted Rectangle Die Set, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock, Fabriano Hot Press Watercolour Paper, Zig Clean Colour Brushes, Altenew Coral Berry and Ruby Red Ink,  White Gel Pen, Ranger Archival Black Ink, Dew Drops, Foam Tape. 

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Valentine Hugs and Kisses

 Something a little different to share with you today. I saw this technique done on the Simon Says Stamp blog and thought I would give it a try. 

I die cut my hearts using Neenah 110lb cardstock then covered them with embossing powders in red, silver and white. I then laid down parchment paper over the top and very close to them heated until the powder was melting, then tapped them ever so slightly getting the movement. When you peel off the parchment some remains on it, and that is what I used to die cut the second smaller heart. In my Misti I stamped my sentiment on the rectangle die and attached using foam tape, then attached the big heart on foam tape, and the little delicate heart on foam dots and gluing it to the larger hearts. I have to say, I had a lot of fun today ... now I need to get some housework done.

Behind the scenes, I did the technique my way as I did not have available things the lady who demoed it had. I used a board under my work, and dollar store parchment paper to lay under my work and on top of the work. I cleaned up the paper before heating so no specks were laying about then did the heating with my heat gun very close to the work.

Here is a link to the video

Here is the negative left from the small die cut.
 And this is the parchment paper from the dollar store I used, a piece on the bottom and a piece over the top along with the board so I would not burn anything underneath as you are close to the work.
Thank you for visiting my blog today.
Products: Spellbinders Nested Hearts, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles, Wow Embossing Powders in Red, Simon Says Stamp Valentine Sentiment, Silver and White, Ranger Archival Ink Red, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock, Sequins, Foam Tape.

Monday, January 22, 2018

By the Sea

Making this card has me yearning for spring to arrive, but that will not be for awhile, so why not make summer in your imagination.

This is my sample for this week's Clean and Simple Challenge at Splitcoaststampers, which is to make a card about travel. I would love to go overseas again, which is what I was thinking with this design. 

I started by sponging the colours on Neenah card stock, then die cut the sponged area with my waves die. I stamped and heat embossed the anchor in silver, then die cut with the deckled circle die, as I did the panel, using the deckled rectangle die. I attached the waves, stamped the sentiment and attached the panel to my base using foam tape. I added foam tape to the circle die before attaching it, and finished with a few sequins.

Thank you for visiting my blog today. I hope you enjoy this card.
Products: Frantic Stamped Deckled Rectangles and Deckled Circle Die Sets, Memory Box Breezy Waves Die, Frantic Stamper By the Sea Stamp Set, Neenah Cardstock, Tim Holtz Distress Inks Salty Ocean, Blueprint Sketch, Cracked Pistachio, Ranger Arhival Ink Manganese Blue for sentiment, VersaMark Embossing Ink, Silver Embossing Powder, Foam Tape, Sequins.

Saturday, January 20, 2018

XOXO

A Valentine card to send to a very dear friend. 

This card I designed around the designer papers and I am quite happy with the outcome.

I started by die cutting the bottom panel with the wonky rectangle die and attaching it to my card base. I then stamped the flower image on the yellow heart paper, heat embossed with black embossing powder, then die cut with the coordinating die. I attached it to the card using foam tape. The vellum is die cut using the smaller wonky rectangle then stamped and heat embossed again using black embossing powder. I attached it to the flower using multi matte glue and a toothpick applying the glue to the black embossed area of the flower so it would not show through the vellum. And being the "embellisher" that I am, I finished with sequins and pearls. 

I hope you enjoy this card and thank you for visiting my blog.
Products:  Altenew Best Mum Stamp and Die Set, Simon Says Stamp Really Like You Stamp Set, Simon Says Stamp Wonky Rectangles, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock, Lawn Fawn in the Meadow Designer Paper Pack, American Crafts Plus One Designer Paper Pack, Foam Tape, Ranger Multi Medium Matte Glue, VersaMark Embossing Ink, Black Embossing Powder, Sequins, Kaiser Pearls.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Smiles

It has been such a brutal winter for most all of us. It is time to share some flowers.

 In my Misti, using the grid lines and my bar magnet, I stamped the leaves on both the card base and the die cut panel to create the overlap, stamping a few times each to get a deeper colour. I then stamped the flower on watercolour paper and painted using Zig Brushes. Once dry I die cut, styled and attached it to the card on foam dots. I stamped the sentiment using the same inks, and liked to look so did not add any embellishments. 

I hope you enjoy this card, and thank you for dropping by.
Products: Misti, Altenew Majestic Blooms Stamp and Die Set, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles, Joy Clair Hugs and Smiles Stamp Set, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock, Fabriano Hot Press Watercolour Paper, Ranger Archival Majestic Violet Ink, Zig Clean Colour Brushes, Foam Dots.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

For my friend

This was a quick card to make to send to a friend. 

I did an emboss resist technique for my background using my leaves background stamp, embossing with white powder. I sponged using Altenew Parrot ink, sponging some areas darker than others, then die cut the piece with my wonky rectangle die. For the sentiment I did an ombre look with Tim Holtz Distress Inks in Worn Lipstick and Spun Sugar. I also stamped the "for my" with the parrot ink and die cut using the stitched label die.

To put it together I attached the panel using foam tap to my card base, then attached the sentiment pieces, along with a few sequins. 
Thank you for visiting today.

Products: Simon Says Stamp Leaves Background Stamp, Simon Says Stamp Friend, Simon Says Stamp Wonky Rectangles, Simon Says Stamp Friend Die, Frantic Stamper Stitched Double Fishtail Labels, Altenew Super Script Stamp Set, Neenah Cardstock, Tim Holtz Distress Inks Worn Lipstick, Spun Sugar, Altenew Parrot Ink, Sequins, Foam Tape.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Love is in the Air

 I am up on the My Sweet Petunia blog today with this card. I am a bird lover, as most know, so I could not resist this set from Clearly Besotted called Some Birdie Loves You. 

The panel of this card is done using a smooshing technique along with a bit of tap dancing, meaning I tapped the paper into the inks. I used Tim Holtz Distress Inks in Lemonade, Picked Raspberry and Ripe Persimmon. Once dry I die cut using my wonky rectangles die then flicked the panel with yellow acrylic paint. 

In my mini Misti I proceed to stamp the images I wanted to use. I stamped the bird twice, and the leaves three times. The reason for this is that I would paint them differently then pick the ones I liked the best to use on my card. I did not move the stamps to do this, I simply moved the paper in my Misti for this. I then proceeded to colour using Zig Clean Color Brushes to paint. Once finished I fussy cut the images and styled them to use. 
I die cut the stacked heart and dragged it through some Lemonade ink and water before attaching to my panel, then attached all the my card base using foam tape. I then added the birds with foam dots, sitting them on the top of a heart for their perch, then added the leaves to the corner, and treated the flowers like sequins.
It was then I realized I had not stamped my sentiment - ack! Back in my Misti my card went where I stamped the sentiment using Ripe Persimmon Ink. I did several passes with the ink, as under the panel is hallow. It stamped perfectly, except for a bit at the top of the "t and h" in "the", so I touched those up with my distress marker.

This is a closeup of the card which shows the colours and the acrylic paint a bit better. 
I clearly had a lot of fun making this card and I hope you enjoy it as well. 

I did this video showing how I did this card. I hope you enjoy the video and if you do give it a thumbs up.


Thanks so much for visiting.
Products Used: Mini Misti, Clearly Besotted Some Birdie Loves You Stamp Set, Simon Says Stamp Stacked Hearts, Simon Says Stamp Wonky Rectangles, Aura 100lb Cardstock, Fabriano Hot Press Watercolour Paper, Tim Holtz Distress Inks Lemonade, Picked Raspberry and Ripe Persimmon, Tim Holtz Distress Markers Ripe Persimmon, Zig Clean Color Brushes, Foam Dots, Foam Tape.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Sunday Best

This card is a nod to my childhood and Sunday's, and the pretty dresses and hats we wore to Sunday School. The challenge at Splitcoaststampers today is about the hat, and this is my sample card.

I started by stencilling the lattice pattern using my Clarity Brushes and twisted citron distress ink, fading the ink around the edges. I die cut the tangled frame and attached to the base on foam dots. For the hat, I die cut two pieces, one using the designer paper and the other with Neenah cardstock, gluing them together to show a slight shadow and attaching on foam dots, then adding Wink of Stella to the ribbon along the top of the hat. 

 I very much wanted the sentiment to be Sunday Best, so I generated it on my computer and die cut the sentiment with my sentiment labels die, attaching with foam dots supporting the centre. A few sequins finished my card. I hope you enjoy this card and thank you for visiting.
Products: Frantic Stamper Vintage Chick for Hat, Frantic Stamper Sentiment Labels, Frantic Stamper Oval Tangled Frames, Memory Box Texture Diamond Stencil, Tim Holtz Distress Inks Twisted Citron, Clarity Brushes, Neenah Cardstock, Lawn Fawn Polka in the Meadow 6x6 Designer Paper Pack, Foam Dots, Sequins, Wink of Stella, Clarity Brushes

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Hoppy Easter

This is Vintage Chick hopping in to say hello for Easter. She is from the latest release by Frantic Stamper

For my card base I used a lavender cardstock and attached designer paper along with glitter ribbon which I cut in half. I stamped the Vintage Easter Greetings using Ranger Archival Ink in . I then die cut the deckled oval to use as a background for the chick.

Using water colour paper I die cut her and the hat then painted with Zig Clean Colour Brushes. I styled her and attached her to the oval on foam dots and added a few sequins to finish my card. 

She is now ready for Easter. Thank you for visiting.
Products: All dies and stamps used are Frantic Stamper, Aura Cardstock, Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid 6x6 Designer Paper Pack, Lawn Fawn Polka in the Meadown 6x6 Designer Paper Pack, Ranger Archival Ink Majestic Violet, Zig Clean Colour Brushes, Glitter Ribbon Tape, Kaiser Gem, Sequins, Foam Dots.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Valentine Hugs

Sending Valentine Hugs to you today.

I did the background for this card earlier this week using the smooshing technique and distress inks, adding in some flecks of yellow acrylic paint for a change of pace. I also used my stacked hearts die and added water to the panel over the die to achieve the subtle hearts in the background. I then die cut the panel using my stitched rectangle die, and attached to my card base with foam tape.

The image is an oldie but goodie from Penny Black called Hugs. The sentiment is stamped using Ranger Archival Ink Monarch Orange. For the image, I water coloured using my Zig Brushes and used my ScanNCut to cut it out, then and attached on foam dots, and finished my card with a scattering of sequins. 

This was such a fun card to make, and the start to some Valentine cards for this year.

Thank you for visiting today.
 
Products: Penny Black Hugs Stamp Set, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles,  Simon Says Stamp Stacked Hearts Die, Simon Says Stamp Really Like You Stamp Set, Neenah Classic Crest Cardstock, Ranger Watercolour Paper, Fabriano Watercolour Paper, Tim Holtz Distress Inks Lemonade, Picked Raspberry, Ripe Persimmon, Yellow Acrylic Paint, Ranger Archival Ink Monarch Orange, Foam Tape and Dots, Sequins.


Friday, January 12, 2018

Follow the Bunny

I am hopelessly in love with this bunny image with coordinating die. Too cute!

To do this card, I first cut the papers for my design. On the top panel, I measured and die cut the bunnies, laying the panel above the area that it will cover. I added water colour paper to the area, and water coloured the different colours I wanted the bunnies using my pearl paints, then attached the panel to the area using foam tape. I attached the bunny stamp to an acrylic block and stamped through the die cut using coordinating colours in archival ink. I added the sentiment and a scattering of sequins to finish. 

Thank you so much for joining me today.
Products: All stamps and dies from Frantic Stamper, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock, Bazzill Cardstock, Kuretake Pearl Watercolours, Ranger Archival Inks, Sequins, Foam Tape.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Easter Wreath

I love this Easter Wreath die and can see myself using this a lot, along with the goodies I attached to it. All of these dies are from the recent release called Vintage Easter.

I started this card by embossing my card base with the matelasse folder. All of the dies I die cut from watercolour paper and painted with Kuretake Pearl paints.  The dies are Bonnet Basket Treat Cup, Vintage Basket and Eggs, Modern Wreath and Elegant Happy Spring Easter Words. I styled all the dies before attaching them to the wreath, which is attached to the base on foam dots. I added a pearl to the bow to finish. 

Thank you for visiting today. 
Products: All dies are from Frantic Stamper, Cuttlebug Matelasse by Anna Griffin, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock, Kuretake Pearl Paints, Foam Dots, Styler, Kaiser Pearl.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Easter Scene

Easter is on the way ... really it is!

This is another one of the cards I made for the new release at Frantic Stamper called Vintage Easter, which is so much fun. Check it out here.

For my card I used the Spring Scene Edger, the Vintage Basket and Eggs and the Easter sentiment die from Elegant Happy Spring Easter Words.

I made a Bridge Card to show off the Spring Scene Edger die which I die cut in pink paper and shadowed using white card stock, which I also did with the Easter sentiment die. I die cut the basket and the eggs then painted using my Zig Brushes. I styled the cuts and attached using foam dots. 

The bridge card folds down flat and fits in an A2 envelope for mailing.

Thanks for having a look ... see you next time.
All dies are from Frantic Stamper, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Card stock, Doodlebug Design Springs Things Designer Paper Pack, Zig Clean Colour Brush.

Monday, January 08, 2018

Snowflake of Kindness

The Clean and Simple Challenge at Splitcoaststampers today is to use different snowflakes on our cards. They are calling for more snow tonight in my area, and like you I am snowed out. So, spring colours flank this snowflake, and I used pearl watercolours too. I simple wash for the background and the snowflake I dragged through a little puddle of the blue and white paint. In my Misti I stamped the sentiment at least 8 times to get very good coverage over the pearl paint. I love my Misti! The panel was die cut with the wonky die and attached to fun foam then attached to my card base. I added a few foam dots to the snowflake before attaching and finished with a few sequins. 

Thanks for having a look and for visiting.
Products: Simon Says Stamp Funky Snowflake and Wonky Rectangles, Honey Bee Stamps Kindness, Aura Cardstock, Fabriano Hot Press Watercolour Paper, Kuretake Pearl Watercolours, Ranger Archival Manganese Blue Ink, Fun Foam, Foam Dots, Sequins.

Sunday, January 07, 2018

Carrots Anyone

How about some happy bright colours to take the drudge out of this winter weather. It was just before Christmas when I started making this card for the January release at Frantic Stamper. So here I sat surrounded by Christmas thinking Easter. With the weather we have been having, Easter became a wish, so when I saw this cute Vintage Bunny I immediately thought of doing happy and bright colours to show her off. I painted the plaid background using two Daniel Smith watercolours then die cut using the deckled rectangle die. I kept the bunny all in white except for the bright pink eye, which has her popping off the background. I tucked the carrot in under her paw and attached her on foam dots inside the Oval Tangled Frame, which I water coloured using the same paints. To finish, I added sequins and the Easter die sentiment. 

I admit, I smile when I look at this card. 

Thank you for visiting today ... see you with more from the Frantic Stamper release in the coming days.

Products: All dies are Frantic Stamper, Neenah Solar White Cardstock, Fabriano Hot Press Watercolour Paper, Daniel Smith Watercolours Opera Rose and Lemon Yellow, Kuretake White Gold, Sequins, Foam Dots.

Saturday, January 06, 2018

Sorry for your loss

This is not a sympathy card, it is actually a "resignation" card. Giggles!

A card done for a customer to use when she quits her job. The inside is decorated and it says 
"it's [her name], and this is
my two weeks notice". 

I was stumped when this card was mentioned to me. I was not sure what image might be good, and then I remember Harmony Girl. In my Misti, I stamped her using intense black ink and doing several passes to ensure I touched every part of the stamp. I then heat embossed using clear embossing powder to give a good sharp look to the image. The only colour added to the image is the stormy sky colour used on the rain drops. The colour is in the papers and sentiment, which is computer generated. I used a spellbinders tag for the sentiment, shadowed it with some coordinating paper and attached it on foam dots. 
On the inside I used another coordinating paper and a white tag with the resignation and added a swirl die around the tag. 

This was certainly a fun and different card to make. I hope my customer likes it.
Thank you for visiting today .... see you next time.
Products: Unity Stamps Harmony Girl, Spellbinders Tag Die, Penny Black Bookmark, Neenah Solar White Cardstock, My Favorite Things Tranquil Textures Paper Pack, Tim Holtz Distress Ink Stormy Sky Marker, Simon Says Stamp Intense Black Ink, Clear Embossing Powder, Foam Dots.

Friday, January 05, 2018

Pawesome

This little fellow is just too cute for words I think, and I also think he makes for a sweet thank you card, especially for a dog person.

I stamped him on watercolour paper and painted using distress inks. It doesn't take very much to have him looking cute. I wanted him in a frame, so I die cut one using my deckled rectangles dies and die cut a piece of designer paper using the largest die for my background. I attached the paper and propped the frame up using foam tape. The dog is fussy cut and attached also with foam dots. I stamped the sentiment and die cut it with the fishtail label die and attached, again using foam tape. Then in my Misti I stamped the paw prints where I wanted them moving my card instead of the stamp. I finished with a bit of Wink of Stella on his nose.
I hope you enjoy this little fellow, thank you for joining me today.
Products: Clearly Besotted Puppy Love, Frantic Stamper Deckled Rectangles, Frantic Stamper Stitched Double Fishtail Labels, Neenah Cardstock, My Favorite Things Tranquil Textures Designer Paper Pack, Ranger Archival Black Ink, Tim Holtz Distress Inks Brushed Corduroy and Antique Linen, Wink of Stella, Foam Tape, Foam Dots.

Monday, January 01, 2018

Chickadee With Thanks

We are buried in snow in my area, as is much of Canada. But, I am not complaining, instead I am creating. I am hosting the Clean and Simple Challenge today at Splitcoaststampers and I thought it fitting that the challenge be about being "chilled". I asked for Thank you card with a wintry chill look and this card is my sample for the challenge.

Being a bird owner and lover I always worry about the birds in the winter, and even more so with the amount of snow we have. 

So, for my card today I decided to paint this chickadee stamp I have from WPlus9 called New Day. I did not want the leaves and berries from the stamp so in my Misti I used a marker to cover the area of the stamp I wanted and stamped several times to get a good impression. As I used black soot for this process I heat embossed the image with clear embossing powder before I painted it to set the black ink, the die cut the panel with the stitched rectangle die.

I painted the background and the bird using a mix of Daniel Smith and Winsor Newton water colours. I wanted more plums in my background, but of course when I want them I can't make them! gah!

Once I was finished with the painting I splattered on some white acrylic paint representing a flurry of snow fall. I stamped the sentiment, then attached the panel to my card base using foam tape, and yes - sequins to finish. I do love me those sequins.

Thanks so much for visiting and I would like to send everyone my wishes for a happy, healthy and creative New Year.
 
Products: Misti, WPlus9 New Day Stamp, WPlus9 Hand Lettered Thanks Stamp Set, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles, Neenah Antique Gray Cardstock, Fabriano Hot Press Watercolour Paper, Tim Holtz Distress Ink Black Soot, Daniel Smith Ultramarine Blue, Alizarin Crimson, Winsor Newton Sepia, Daniel Smith Quinacridone Gold, Quinacridone Coral, Phthalo Blue and Manganese Blue, Winsor Newton Payne's Gray, VersaMark Embossing Ink, Clear Embossing Powder, White Acrylic Paint, Foam Tape, Sequins.

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