Sunday, June 25, 2017

"Pinspired" again!

Hello crafty friends!  I'm here again with another Pinspired post for the Scor-Pal blog.  I found this pin for a washi tape storage box on the Scor-Pal Pinterest Board.  I got to thinking about the mess of washi tapes that I had sitting on my shelf and decided that practical was the way for me to go this month.
For this project, you will need:

  • Scor-Pal
  • Scor-Tape
  • One 6" x 12" piece of double-sided patterned paper
  • Paper snips
  • Ribbon and extra paper to embellish
Place the 6" x 12" piece of patterned paper with the 12" side along the fence.  Make sure the pattern that you want on the outside of the box is facing up. Score at 1" and 11".
Turn your patterned paper so that the 6" side of the paper is along the fence.  Score at 1", 2", 4" and 5".
Burnish all the folds and cut tabs on my 6 inches up to the score line.
Turn the paper over and line the second and fourth segments with Scor-tape from tab to tab. Remove adhesive backing and fold down.
Line the center tabs on both ends with Scor-tape. Remove adhesive backing and secure tabs on each side to create corners, and finally, your box. 
Embellish your box as desired.  I die cut and layered a  couple of stars and popped them up on the front of my box.  I also cut small slits in the front of the box and slide ribbon through it.
Voila!  A washi storage box to clean up my shelf.  

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Details -  Paper: Fancy Pants Hopscotch dp, Black Licorice (MFT); Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, paper snips; Spellbinders Star Nestabilities, star punch, stampin' dimensionals, craft knife, black organdy ribbon

If you have made it this far, I have before and after shots for you.  Thanks to all you readers who encouraged me to clean up my shelf.  Notice all the washi tape that is just in piles and not very accessible in this before picture.
Here is the after picture.  My washi tape is much easier to get to now.  You will notice that I still have tapes behind my new box.  I'll have to whip up another one for the rest of my tapes.  You will see that my Scor-tape (in 3 different sizes) is always on the lower shelf where I can reach it!  Love that stuff!

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Using The Sea

Cathy is today's Ways To Use It challenge hostess and she has chosen "Sea Worthy" as our theme.  For my sea worthy creation, I chose the sand dollar.  I love this image and the sentiment. I did a lot of sponging and masking to create my sand and sea.  It also helped that one of the sets that I used had a sand stamp.  I used three different colors of ink to get my sand just so.  

I think it might be hard to tell from this angle, but I did round out my sand dollar.  I turned it upside down on a foam pad and used the rounded end of a pen cap like a stylus.  Moving in an elliptical fashion I created the "hump" where the pearl is on the sand dollar.  

Thanks for looking!

Details - Stamp: Sand Dollar (MFP), Gifts from the Sea (GKD); Paper: Confetti White, Perfect Plum, Textured Off White; Ink: Tuxedo Black, Espresso Truffle, London Fog, Almost Amethyst, Perfect Plum, Creamy Caramel, Close to Cocoa, Pool Party, Baja Breeze, Marina Mist, Pacific Point; Accessories: Copic Markers, paper snips, stampin' sponge, Kaisercraft pearls, stampin' dimensionals.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Using Doodles

Doodling is not my forte.  However, I did find a pin on Pinterest that inspired me and I created this little number.  I had the watercolor base left over from Sabrina's Ways to Use tea or T challenge.  I had painted a rectangular shape on water color paper and it was left over on my desk.  

For this challenge, I doodled around the edge of the rectangle and then stamped a sentiment and some flowers inside of it.  I followed that up with sponging and distressing.  A bit of linen thread, wrapped and tied in a bow, finishes it off.

Thanks for looking!

Details - Stamps: French Foliage, Pursuit of Happiness, Looks Like Spring, Both Way Blossoms; Paper: Water color paper, Black Licorice (MFT); Ink: Rich Cocoa, Sahara Sand, Rich Razzleberry, Crushed Olive; Accessories: water brush, post it, linen thread, MM distressing tool, glue dot, foam tape, Copic Multiliner, Sakura clear star gel pen, sponge dauber.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Halfway Through Scor-Pal's June More Than One Score Challenge

Hello again!  I'm back with a reminder about June's More Than One Score Challenge.  This month's theme is Ribbon, Lace and Trim.  It is also now time for you to see a great tutorial by Patti.  She has made a sweet gate fold card with a ribbon closure.  You can see her tutorial here.  
Since I don't like to have you visit without something new to see, I whipped up this little box with a ribbon closure.  Of course, Father's Day is just a few days away and so I made that my theme.  This is a 2, 5, 7, 10 box.  It's really quite simple with 6 scores, 4 cuts and 2 cut away sections.  Some of the fabulous Scor-Tape adheres it all together.  A hole punch and ribbon keep the lid down.

Thanks for stopping by!

Details - Stamps: All Year Cheer II (SU); Paper: Night of Navy, Sahara Sand, DCWV dp; Ink: Versamark; Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, white embossing powder, heat tool, Circle Nestabilities, corner chomper, taffeta ribbon, stampin' dimensionals, paper snips, crop-a-dile.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Ways To Use Duct Tape

I'm back with a Ways To Use It challenge sample for this week's challenge.  Carla is our hostess and she has chosen duct tape in honor of Father's Day.  It's coming.  Are you ready?

You have probably guessed that my duct tape is on the blade of the saw.  I stamped my saw on duct tape. Then I trimmed out the saw.  I stamped the saw again, trimmed out the handle and then attached it to the blade with mini brads.  

I embossed a pieced of card stock, die cut it and then ran a craft pad over the top to simulate wood grain. I mounted my saw and sentiment over the top.  I find that less is more when it comes to masculine cards.  

Details - Stamps: Totally Tool (SU); Paper: Black (Amuse), Early Espresso, Whisper White; Ink: StazOn Black, Tuxedo Black, Vanilla Craft; Accessories: Paper snips, mini brads, Copic multiliner, Wood grain embossing folder, Spellbinders labels 8, stampin' dimensionals.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Using Pearls

I have been the hostess this week for the Ways To Use It challenge on Splitcoaststampers.  You see, my challenge went live on June 1st and pearls are the gemstone for the month of June.  Thus, I challenged crafters to use pearls on their projects.  It's an amazing really should have a peek!

I had the worst migraine when I was making this.  Ugh!  Please pardon my crooked washi and sentiment.  It was the best this girl could do at the time!  You know, I will be working ahead this week!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great week!

Details - Stamps: Happy Moments(SU); Paper: Whisper White, Black Licorice (MFT); Ink: Tuxedo Black; Accessories: water color pencils, aqua painters, Recollection pearls, washi tape, PTI Linen & Canvas impression plate, stampin' dimensionals.

Thursday, June 1, 2017

June More Than One Score Challenge- Ribbon, Lace or Trim

Hello Crafty Friends!  It's June 1st and the Scor-Pal team is back with another challenge for you. This month's More Than One Score theme is ribbon, lace or trim.  My project has a ribbon closure. There are many ways to incorporate these things. Be sure to check out what the other design team members on the Scor-Pal Team have created. 
I made an A2 sized card box.  The added bonus is that it looks like a book with a fun ribbon closure.  Really, you don't have to put cards in it.  You could also place a small gift inside and have a darling presentation for it.
Here's a bit more of a side view that shows the book design.  I used patterned paper on the spine of my box as well as the inside edges of the box.  It went together so easily and is sturdy too.  The combination of Scor-tape and layers of matted paper make it strong!

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day!

Details - Paper: Whisper White, Black Licorice (MFT), DCWV dp; Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-tape, paper snips, satin ribbon.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Friends of Flourishes and Anything Goes

Hello and Happy Saturday! This week is an Anything Goes theme.  It's a no host challenge as well.  Keep your eyes open for some amazing projects and likely a mix of old and new images.  I decided to work with a previously released image and love how it turned out.
I sought out the Dad You Rock digital image and worked up a masculine card. These are never easy for me. I embellished very little.  I have a few staples in the corner of my card, really only to hold on my sentiment that I printed on vellum.  It softens the colors on my geode a bit. I distressed the edges of the vellum for interest and called it done.

Now it's time to visit the Friends of Flourishes and see what type of embossing they have done: Davi,GloriaKrenShirleyToni and Vickie.

Thanks for stopping by!  

Details - Stamps: Dad You Rock (digital); Paper: Basic Gray, Whisper White, vellum; Ink; Smoky Slate; Accessories: watercolor pencils, aqua brush, white gel pen, stampin' sponge, MM distressing tool, stapler, Linen & Canvas impression plate.

Friday, May 26, 2017

The Perfect...

Hello crafty friends!  As you set out on your Memorial Day weekend adventures, I thought I would bring you another view of a Flourishes lc set called A Mother's Hug. You may have already seen the gorgeous image of the embracing mother and child.  Here you have all the flourishes from the set working together to create a background.
First, I added color to my background paper with distress inks.  I sponged and spritzed and blended until I was content.  Then I began to emboss those flourishes until my background paper was covered.  Some luxurious Flourishes silk ribbon in blue tops my background.  My mats for both the background and the sentiment circle are Flourishes New Leaves card stock.  A doily and some paper flowers complete my look.  

Thanks for having a peek!  Have a wonderful weekend.

Details - Stamps: A Mother's Hug (Flourishes, lc); Paper: Very Vanilla, New Leaves collection (Flourishes, lc.); Ink: Versamark, Scattered Straw, Broken China, Crushed Olive; Accessories: Wide Blue silk ribbon (Flourishes, lc), gold embossing powder, heat tool, Spellbinders Circle Nestabilities, sponge dauber, crystal effects, paper flowers, doily, paper snips, Scor-Tape.

Thursday, May 25, 2017

National Wine Day & Ways To Use It

Happy Thursday!  Did you know that it is National Wine Day?  The folks on Splitcoaststampers are offering up a challenge to celebrate.  Lisa is asking crafters to use wine, grapes or vineyards on their project.  You can play along here.  

My card features an old set called Watercolor Garden.  It's one of those sets that is just so great that you can't ever part with it.  Let this card be exhibit A!  I don't know where else that I might have found grapes in my stash...but this worked!  I made a clean and simple card...because I love them.  I found the perfect Verve sentiment to go along with it!

Don't forget!  On the Scor-Pal blog, we have a feature called Pinspired.  My teammate, Lois, did her take and tutorial on the gorgeous Double Zig Zag card!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Details - Stamps: Watercolor Garden, Bloom & Grow (Verve); Paper: Whisper White; Ink: Old Olive, Elegant Eggplant, Tuxedo Black; Accessories: corner chomper, thin black taffeta, glue dot, sponge dauber, Sakura clear star gel pen.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Everything On Earth

Hello crafty friends!  It's Wednesday and we are halfway to the weekend.  Whew, this time of year is always crazy for me.  I thought I would just take a little time and share a card I made this past weekend.  I had a blast putting this one together with my fun new dies and paper.
This card features a sentiment from the Flourishes digital set called Heartfelt Words.  The sentiment clearly calls for the use of the globe die.  The fact that I got to sponge it all was just a bonus!  I think this would be a perfect anniversary or anytime "love" card.  It's fun to give and flattering to receive!

Thanks for stopping by!

Details - Stamps: Heartfelt Words (Flourishes, lc);  Paper: Whisper White, Black Licorice, Tempting Turquoise, Green Galore, Real Red, DCWV dp; Ink: Pacific Point, River Rock, Riding Hood Red; Accessories: Sissix Heart Framelits, Sissix The Journey die, linen thread, Scor-tape, Stampin' dimensionals.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Clean and Simple and Luscious

I played along with the current CAS challenge to make a card that represents a memory.  Since I just hosted a birthday party for my daughter, I am recalling my own birthday parties.  I mostly had family parties when I was a child.  I had my first friend party when I was about 9 years old and my mother made me a fabulous cake.  I still remember the frosting to this day.
It had a gorgeous swirled frosting of about 4 or 5 different pastels.  Those pastels are represented in the plaid paper of my card.  The cake on my card represents the cake that she made.  I can't actually remember what flavor it was.  The frosting was the strongest part of that memory!

Thanks for looking and have a fabulous day!

Details - Stamps: Luscious Layers digital (Flourishes); Paper: Whisper White, Close to Cocoa, DCWV Sweet matstack; Accessories: Rectangle Nestabilities, Spellbinders Curved Borders, Copic Markers, Sakura clear star gel pen, Recollections rhinestones, square punch, stampin' dimensionals, Scor-tape.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Friends of Flourishes and Embossing

Hello and Happy Saturday! My teammate, Vickie, chose the theme of this week's Friends of Flourishes challenge. This week, we are all using embossing on our cards. Be on the lookout for some new Flourishes images that you are really going to love!
Oh boy!  Look at this amazing cake on a beautiful pedestal!  Yesterday was my daughter's birthday and I can't say that my cupcakes looked anything like this.  However, the 11-year old girls that I was entertaining had zero complaints.  After cupcakes, they ran straight back outside to play until dark!  I re-sized this image and printed it out on vellum.  Next, I flipped it over and colored it on the back of the vellum.  Finally, I chose a card design to showcase that amazing cake.
Lauren Pope illustrated this darling set called Luscious Layers!  It's currently available as a digital set in the Flourishes store. I adore it and can't wait to do some more work with it! Now it's time to visit the Friends of Flourishes and see what type of embossing they have done: Davi,GloriaKrenShirleyToni and Vickie.

Thanks for stopping by!  

Details - Stamps: Luscious Layers (Flourishes, lc); Paper: Whisper White, Pretty in Pink, Vellum; Ink: Pretty in Pink, Wisteria Wonder, Lucky Limeade, Basic Gray, Yo Yo Yellow, Melon Mambo and Real Red; Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, glue dots, pearls, Argyle embossing folder.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Using Hardware or Metal Accents

This Thursday brings the Ways To Use It challenge.  Sabrina is hostessing and has chosen a hardware or metal accent theme.  I resurrected some Basic Gray Urban Prairie brads from deep within my stash for this card. I matched them up to some poppy colored ink and some fun washi tape.

I recently acquired this fun Verve Stamps set.  I used a couple of sentiments and three images from it.  It's going to be a great and versatile set. I also tried some flat photography.  I like it but don't love my background.  I'll have to work on that.

Thanks for stopping by!

Details - Stamps: Take Note (Verve); Paper: Whisper White; Ink: Tuxedo Black, Poppy Parade; Accessories: Basic Gray Urban Prairie brads, washi tape, Linen & Canvas impression plate, stampin' dimensionals, paper snips.

Monday, May 15, 2017

Halfway Through Scor-Pal's May More Than One Score Challenge

Hi again!  We are halfway through the month of May and this month's Favorite Colors themed More Than One Score challenge.  Be sure to check out the Scor-Pal blog, so that you can see Patti's fabulous treat box.  She will have her tutorial posted today!  Follow her tutorial to create a project fitting this month's theme or create your own interactive project.
I originally shared this on the Scor-Pal blog here.  I have the tutorial here on my blog as well.  As I find with most 3D projects, it looks more complicated that it really is.  For my next project, the longest part of the process was picking out the papers to use together.  Scoring, trimming and taping was the easiest part!
This little treat box was made for the mother of a co-worker of mine who just had surgery.  She has a long road to recovery in front of her.  She is a birthday buddy with my daughter and their birthday is this Friday. I'll ask my co-worker what to fill the little box with and then add a little note.

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you will give this month's challenge a try.

Details - Stamp: Linen (SU), Itty Bitty Backgrounds (SU), Each Day (Verve); Paper: Pretty in Pink, Whisper White, DCWV Rose Gold, DCWV dp; Ink: Pretty in Pink, Cosmic Copper; Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, 1/8" circle punch, small copper brads, stampin' dimensionals, Rounded Rectangle die (Verve), Rounded Scallop Frame die (Verve), Heart Quartet die (Verve); scallop edge punch,paper snips, copper washi tape.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

And A Happy Mother's Day Was Had

 I'm posting late this Mother's Day as I was celebrating with my own mother today.  Then, well you know, a mother's job is never finished so I had to start the laundry and begin to get things ready for the week ahead.
I played along with yesterday's Inspiration Challenge for this card.  I chose this product on Etsy as my inspiration piece. I used a Flourishes, lc image called A Mother's Hug for my card.  At first I stamped this image in black, but it just looked too stark to me.  I stamped it again with Vintage Photo ink and I was off to the races.  I grabbed some more distress inks and colored the rest of the image.  This led to sponging and more sponging.  Finally, I had a complete card.
A big Thank You to my mom and to all the other hard working moms out there.  I hope you enjoyed your Mother's Day. Thanks for stopping by!

Details - Stamps:A Mother's Hug (Flourishes, lc); Paper: Watercolor Paper, Soft Suede, 7 Gypsies Victoria dp; Ink: Vintage Photo, Worn Lipstick, Tumbled Glass, Shaded Lilac, Crushed Olive, Dried Marigold, Spun Sugar, Antique Linen; Accessories: Aqua painter, stampin' sponge, Victoria crochet trim, Rosey photo corners, stampin' dimensionals.

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Friends of Flourishes and Silver

Hello and Happy Saturday! It’s Toni bringing you this week’s Friends of Flourishes theme. This week, I have chosen a theme of silver.  Today, you will be treated to some beautiful Flourishes images in combination with the elegance of silver.  
I chose the Lily of the Valley as it is May's birth flower. After I stamped and colored my flowers, I embossed the entire panel and sponged some light purple around the edges.  I finished off the flowers with a little bit of sparkle in the centers.  
My card features a set called Year of Flowers 2 and the lovely Lily of the Valley image.  This set, illustrated by Beverly Cole, also includes a sunflower, a poppy and a petunia. Now it's time to visit the Friends of Flourishes and see what they have created with clean and simple style: Davi,GloriaKrenShirleyToni and Vickie.

Thanks for stopping by!

Details - Stamps: Year of Flowers 2 (Flourishes); Paper: Whisper White; Ink: Tuxedo Black, Almost Amethyst; Accessories: Linen & Canvas impression plate, Copic Markers, Stardust Stickles, sponge dauber, silver washi tape, stampin' dimensionals.

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Friends of Flourishes, Making a Scene

Hello and Happy Saturday! This week’s Friends of Flourishes theme is Making a Scene.  Our hostess, Shirley, offered up this challenge.  I would say that scenes are not my strong suit, so I went small.  I created a tiny scene and then built my CAS card around it.
Winter Birds is turning out to be one of my new favorite Flourishes lc stamps.  All of the stamps in my tiny scene are from this set.   I also used textured card stock from the Blue Jean Collection and silk ribbon from Flourishes lc.
The rest of my team has created beautiful projects for your viewing pleasure.  Be sure to visit them:  Davi, GloriaKrenShirleyToni (you are here) and Vickie.  While you are visiting, you might also want to see the other stamp sets available from Flourishes, lc.  Thanks for stopping by!

Details - Stamps: Winter Birds (Flourishes,lc); Paper: Blue Jean Collection (Flourishes, lc) , White; Ink: Soft Sky, Pool Party, Pacific Point, Night of Navy, Tuxedo Black; Accessories: White silk ribbon (Flourishes), Spellbinders Antique Frame and Accents, Rounded Scallop Frame (Verve), sponge daubers, post-it, Copic Markers.

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Ways To Use "U" - May The Fourth be With You

Happy Thursday!  It's May 4th and you know what that means.  May The Fourth Be With You:  Star Wars Day!  That is the basis for the Ways To Use It challenge today.  I am the hostess and have asked players to create a card based on "U" or "you" or "ewe".  
It's also Teacher Appreciation Week, so these projects fit both the Ways To Use It challenge and my needs at school.  The guitar card is for my daughter's 5th grade teacher.  He plays for his students every Friday. The tags were attached to Rolos covered in a ruler print paper. Our school secretary showed me the project she found on Pinterest and asked me to make the tags.

The guitar card is also based on a pin I saw a few years ago when I realized that my daughter was going to have three male teachers before she finished elementary school. Mind you, I work with all three of these men and do know a little bit about there interests.  If I really got stuck, I do know all of their wives!

Thanks for stopping by!

Details - Guitar Card - Stamps: Teachers Count (Verve); Paper: So Safrron, Early Espresso; Ink: Versamark, Pumpkin Pie; Accessories: stampin' sponge, mini brads, gold cording, scor-tape, foam tape, Spellbinders Circles, Spellbinders Ovals, paper snips, Sakura clear star gel pen, Top Note die, clear embossing powder, heat tool. 
You Rule Tags - Stamps: Graph Paper PJ (Verve), Chevron Love (Verve), SU alpha set; Paper: Whisper White; Ink: Tuxedo Black, Pool Party; Accessories: Spellbinder die, hole punch, red baker's twine, sponge dauber. 

Monday, May 1, 2017

May Scor-Pal More Than One Score Challenge - Favorite Colors

Hello Crafty Friends!  It's May 1st and the Scor-Pal team is back with another challenge for you. April brought us an Interactive Project and now May brings us the Favorite Colors More Than One Score challenge.  My project is mostly purple with some green accents.  Your project will be different, of course, because you have your own favorite colors.  Be sure to check out what the other design team members on the Scor-Pal Team have created. 
I made a mug for this month's challenge.  It was great fun and not hard at all.  I die cut the handle with my Spellbinders Oval Nestabilities, scored the handle and taped the sides of the oval to itself before adhering it to the mug.  The really nice thing about this project is that it makes great gift packaging.  You really could put just about anything into it.

I want to give a big shout out to all you Scor-Pal fans! Last month, we asked folks to follow the Scor-Pal blog so that we could tip over the 1000 mark.  We did..thanks to you!  Another thanks for stopping by my blog today.

Details - Stamps: So Happy For You (SU); Paper: Elegant Eggplant, Black Licorice, Whisper White, Momenta dp; Ink: Tuxedo Black, Melon Mambo, Old Olive; Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, paper snips, Spellbinders Nestabilities, sponge dauber, stampin' dimensionals, white organdy ribbon.  

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Ways to Use Tea or T

This week's Ways To Use It challenge is being hosted by Sabrina this week and she has challenged us to use "tea" or "T" on our card.  My last post also brought you a pink creation, so you could correctly guess that this was an item that went into the "tickled pink" basket for our school secretary.  

I don't know about you, but I always misjudge the size of this darling pillow box die.  I always think it is bigger than it really is.  Anyhoo, I painted a paper doily with my brewed tea and then let it dry.  While it was drying, I embossed my card stock and then brayed some Versamark over the top.  I was going for a soft look, so I thought tone on tone would do it.  

I embellished with half of a doily, burlap twine and a die cut 11 medallion to fit my sentiment. I had to get creative and stamp it on the other half of the tea dyed doily.  Then I trimmed it to fit my pillow box.

Thanks for looking!

Details - Stamps: Perfect Words (SU); Paper: Blushing Bride; Ink: Soft Suede, Versamark; Accessories: tea, paper doily (SRM), May Arts burlap twine, Spellbinder circle nestabilities, pillow box die (SU), fluttering embossing folder, brayer, Scor-tape, glue dot.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Scor-Pal is "Pinspired"!

Hello Crafty Friends!  Our fearless team leader, Katie, has come up with a fabulous new feature for the Scor-Pal blog.  We are going to be "Pinspired" or inspired by something on the Scor-Pal Pinterest Board. Scor-Pal Design Team members will take turns updating, tweaking and sharing the tutorial once a month.  
I get to kick off the new feature with my Wine Bottle Box.  I found this gem on Crafty Caroline Creates.  I made my own version for the March Anything Goes challenge.  Then I wrote out the tutorial HERE.  I have said it before and I will say it again, "I will never buy a wine bottle bag again".  I was able to crank out a couple of these babies as gift packaging for two of my friend's birthdays.  A wine bottle packaged like this paired with a nice plant makes an impressive gift.  
Now, for something new! (I always try to give you something new, just in case you may have seen these posts before).  This week is Administrative Assistant Appreciation week at my school.  One of our teacher's organized a "We are tickled PINK to have you basket" and asked all staff to contribute something pink.  I snagged one of my old pins and made another flat backed treat box to house the pink grapefruit chapstick I bought.
Thanks for visiting!  Have a great day!

Details - Stamps: Cute-a-tude(MFT), Perfect Words (SU); Paper: Whisper White, Pebbles wood grain dsp; Ink: Tuxedo Black, Pink Pirouette; Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape; Spellbinders wonky rectangles, sponge dauber, paper snips, Sakura clear star gel pen, Heart to Heart punch, corner chomper, Copic markers, Spica Atyou gel pens, stampin' dimensionals.