Monday, January 31, 2022

Tidal Basin

Scrappy Monday, y'all!  I got my giant picture order in the mail so I spent a lot of time on Saturday going through all the prints and getting them organized for future scrapbook pages :) It's doubtful I'll ever catch up, but I'll never be bored, either.

So here is today's layout:

We took these pictures in November of 2016 at the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. and used that focal point photo as our Christmas cards that year.  I think I used up my last two pieces of Handsome Hunter 12x12 cardstock on this layout but I think it was worth it.  The new Evening Evergreen is similar though...I should do a side-by-side comparison of the two greens.  Anywha, Handsome Hunter ended up jiving quite nicely with the other colors in that Painted Autumn DSP.  I used my favorite piece of it on this layout.

Today's color palette:  Handsome Hunter, Garden Green, Cajun Craze, Crushed Curry, Cinnamon Cider, Soft Sky, and Very Vanilla.  My only day off this week is Friday so I guess I'll be plotting out future scrapbook layouts in my head until then.  Cheers!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Make a Difference, Painted Harvest
Ink:  Crushed Curry, Cajun Craze, Cinnamon Cider, Pear Pizzazz, Garden Green, Handsome Hunter marker
Paper:  Handsome Hunter textured, Garden Green, Cajun Craze, Thick Very Vanilla, Painted Autumn DSP
Accessories:  Stitched Shapes dies, leaf punch

Sunday, January 30, 2022

Paper Players: Have a Rainbow Day

Happy Sunday, stampers!  It's time for another Paper Players challenge, and this time we're doing tic-tac-toe.  Check it out:

Fun, right?  Here's my card:

At first I was trying to do the left column, rainbow - CAS - birthday, but when I added the rhinestones I worried that it was veering out of CAS territory.  Happily it works for the top row, rainbow - sparkle - die cut.  I had fun choosing colors for a pinky-purple rainbow :) I didn't buy the new rainbow stuff in the Occasions catalog, but I do still have an old Paper Pumpkin stamp set with rainbows, so that's what I used. I have a friend in mind to receive this card, so now I just need to remember that when her birthday comes up this summer!

Take a look at the tic-tac-toe board and share your creation with us at the Paper Players blog.  Have fun!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  My Paper Pumpkin, Biggest Wish
Ink:  Magenta Madness, Flirty Flamingo, Fresh Freesia
Paper:  Fresh Freesia, Thick Basic White, Flirty Flamingo DSP
Accessories:  Stitched So Sweetly dies, gold sequins, Dimensionals

Friday, January 28, 2022

Hydrangea Valentine

Happy Friday, y'all!  How has your week been going?  I think I'm still sleepy from the night earlier this week when I woke up at 3:45 and couldn't get back to sleep, ugh.  It's been kind of a weird schedule this week too since I've been working until 3, then rushing home to work in my craft room for about 30 minutes before heading back out to pick Ryan up from daycare.  I don't like feeling rushed when I'm crafting, ya know?  But I did make a card yesterday.

I am calling this a Valentine because why should roses be the only flowers on Valentines?  So it fits with the Global Design Project theme:

I also used this week's Freshly Made Sketch:

I did make my card the standard A2 card size rather than square, because I don't *like* making square cards.  I realize I may be in the minority with that opinion but that's okay.  Last up, I used the color challenge from the Color Throwdown:

This color palette immediately made me think of the Hydrangea Hill DSP from last year's Occasions catalog, so I used Rococo Rose, Highland Heather, and Mossy Meadow for my colors.

Gotta get ready to go to work.  Cheers, peeps!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Hydrangea Haven
Ink:  Early Espresso, Rococo Rose, Mossy Meadow, Highland Heather
Paper:  Highland Heather, Thick Basic White, Hydrangea Hill DSP
Accessories:  Hydrangea dies, Highland Heather ribbon, Dimensionals, Wink of Stella

Thursday, January 27, 2022

Ladybug Me Anytime

Morning peeps!  It's been a busy week at work but my schedule allows me to come home for about an hour before I have to go pick Ryan up, so I've been trying to use that time to stamp a quick card.  And I got to play with some new stamps!

I knew I'd have to get the Hello Ladybug bundle as soon as I saw it :)  It didn't photograph well, but I unearthed my very old collection of Stickles and put silver glitter on the ladybug's spots.  I paired my sparkly ladybug with the Simply Marbleous DSP from the SAB brochure; I got the idea from the Sunday Stamps color challenge:

I used Real Red and then Smoky Slate and Basic Gray for my gray shades.  That Simply Marbleous paper reminds me of the old, old patterned paper I used to buy when I very first started scrapbooking over 25 years ago, especially the satin sides.  I probably won't use the satin sides much :p but I'm okay with the marbley patterns.  Anywha, this card came together super fast thanks to the CAS Colours & Sketches sketch:

I thought I needed a squee bit more red so I added three red hearts from Penguin Place to the bottom corner.

Hope you're having a good week!

Supplies, almost all SU!
Stamps:  Hello Ladybug, Penguin Place
Ink:  Basic Gray, Real Red
Paper:  Thick Basic White, Simply Marbleous DSP Stack
Accessories:  Ladybug Builder Punch, Dimensionals, silver Stickles

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Hot Chocolate Kind of Day

Mornin' y'all!  How's your week going?  Yesterday morning when I left to go to work, I discovered that we had freezing fog, so there was a rime of frost/ice on everything and it was foggy still.  Makes the trees look magical :) and it's also COLD.  So my card for today is all kinds of appropriate!

I bought a couple of stamp sets from Newton's Nook a couple months ago and finally busted out this one out; it's called Cup of Cocoa.  I got the coordinating dies too but I didn't use them today.

I liked the color challenge from The Card Concept:

I used Cherry Cobbler, Shaded Spruce, and Early Espresso for my colors, which just so happened to all be on a piece of the retired Wrapped in Plaid DSP stack (along with Crumb Cake).  I'm going to say my card is in the Clean & Layered style.

I used the sketch from Fusion:

I also kept the coffee/drink theme, but what can I say, I like to use COLORS on my cards and the inspiration pic is a lot of neutrals ;)

Hope you're staying toasty warm, peeps!  I think I'll go make myself a nice cuppa tea...

Stamps:  Cup of Cocoa from Newton's Nook
Ink:  Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler, Stampin' Blends in Cherry Cobbler, Shaded Spruce, Crumb Cake, Ivory, Bronze
Paper:  Cherry Cobbler, Thick Basic White, Wrapped in Plaid DSP Stack, Neutrals DSP Stack
Accessories:  Rectangles Stitched dies, Stitched Shapes dies, Dimensionals

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Retro Style

Hey hey, stampy friends!  I had a good birthday yesterday.  Spent hours in my craft room working on a few cards and some scrapbook pages while also doing laundry, because laundry waits for no man :p  The hubs brought home my favorite pizza for me (pineapple and black olive) and we had cake and ice cream too.  Anyway, I do have a card to share today!

The Pattern of Friendship stamp set popped in my head immediately when I saw the Retro Rubber challenge:

I used pastel pink, pastel yellow, and I'm counting Pool Party as a soft turquoise.  I dug up a pair of Stampin' Blends that *claims* to be Pink Pirouette, but when I colored in the lady's dress on the left it looked much more like Blushing Bride to me, so that's what I used for the sentiment circle.  My SIL adores mid-century modern stuff and 50s-style clothes, so I think I know where this card is going :)  Oh yes, my stamp set is super retro:  I got Pattern of Friendship in 2006 so it's probably 13.5 years old now.

Cheers, y'all!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Pattern of Friendship
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Stampin' Blends in So Saffron, Pink Pirouette, Pool Party, Petal Pink, Cinnamon Cider, Gray Granite
Paper:  So Saffron, Basic Black, Blushing Bride, Thick Basic White, Sunshine & Rainbows DSP Stack
Accessories:  1 1/2" circle punch, Dimensionals

Monday, January 24, 2022

Tracy Girls

Scrappy Monday, y'all!  And today is my birthday, too!  So far not too different from any other day off of work...did some yoga (but an hour instead of 30 minutes), started some laundry and I'm running the dishwasher :) But when I finish breakfast, I'll be heading upstairs to have some fun in my craft room, and the menu for tonight is pizza, cake, and ice cream.  I like it!

This layout features pictures from when Ryan was about two months old and one of my besties drive down with her girls to meet him for the first time and spend their spring break week in the DC area.  I adore all three of those girls :) And for once I got to use a lot of pink in my scrapbook!

Today's retired color palette includes Regal Rose, Tempting Turquoise, Lovely Lilac, Certainly Celery, and Whisper White.  Sure we have Basic White now, but if you want to get technical then Whisper White is also retired.

Cheers, y'all!  I'm gonna go have some fun with paper, ink, and stamps.

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Tall Tales Alphabet, Big Pieces, Little Pieces
Ink:  Regal Rose, Tempting Turquoise, Lovely Lilac
Paper:  Regal Rose, Tempting Turquoise, Certainly Celery, Thick Whisper White, Flowers for You
Accessories:  Circle punches

Sunday, January 23, 2022

Paper Players: Get Sketchy

Happy Sunday!  Ready for a new Paper Players challenge?  I am!  And I think you're gonna like this one!

Isn't that sketch wonderful?  I thought it would be a great way to showcase some pretty patterned paper, so here's what I made:

I chose one sheet of Hand Penned DSP, cut the panel the size I wanted for the card front, and then cut it in two pieces--those patterns are both sides of a single sheet of paper.  I think the part that took the longest when creating this card was deciding which colors to highlight for the mat/ribbon color and the card base!  That ribbon was a Sale-a-Bration offering a few years ago, so I'm happy to find a use for it now.

Remember to upload your sketchy creation at the Paper Players blog!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Happy & Heartfelt
Ink:  Highland Heather
Paper:  Mint Macaron, Highland Heather, Thick Basic White, Hand Penned DSP
Accessories:  retired Highland Heather ribbon

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Sunny Tulips

Mornin' y'all!  I worked yesterday, but I managed to snatch one hour in my craft room before I had to pick Ryan up from daycare and I used it to journal some scrapbook pages.  I've done 7 layouts this year so far and my busy little brain is percolating more ideas all the time!

When Ryan was in the tub the other night, I managed to make a quick card to share today!

Yeah, I'm getting good at squeezing in crafting time at the smallest opportunity.  Thanks to the Global Design Project sketch, this card came together lickety-split!

I thought this was a great sketch to show off some new DSP I just got (still waiting on the other half of my Stampin' Up! order, but I do have lots of new toys to play with in the meantime!).  The sweet tulips are in the Flowering Fields DSP, and the other pattern is on the back side of the tulips.  I tried several colors for the card base but I kept coming back to the rich Evening Evergreen, so that's what I used.  I have a friend who loves tulips and her birthday is at the beginning of March, so my next challenge will be remembering to mail her this card when the time comes!

Have a great day, peeps!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Sharing Sunshine
Ink:  Evening Evergreen
Paper:  Evening Evergreen, Soft Succulent, Thick Basic White, Flowering Fields DSP
Accessories:  Layering Circles dies, Seasonal Labels dies, Dimensionals, Happiness Blooms Enamel Dots

Tuesday, January 18, 2022

SUO Challenges: Otterly CAS

 Mornin' stampy friends!  Are you ready for a new challenge from SUO Challenges?

Our challenge this time around is to make a Clean & Simple (CAS) card.  Sometimes I find that challenging (pun intended), but this time around I had an idea pop into my head immediately.  Check it out:

This looks similar to the Freshly Made Sketch from last week, but as it happens I stamped this card *weeks* ago!  Awesome Otters was the first stamp set I had to get from the Sale-a-Bration catalog, it's adorable.  I stamped the otter and colored him, masked him with a Post-It Note, and then used a blending brush to create the Coastal Cabana shading around him.  I used a marker to add some shading, and then added a bit of shine with some Wink of Stella.  His party hat was stamped on a scrap piece of paper, colored, and then I just adhered it right on top of his lil head.  Once I had stamped the sentiment on a strip of Coastal Cabana cardstock, my card was done!

Let's see your CAS creations at the SUO Challenges blog, and have fun!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Awesome Otters
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Coastal Cabana, Stampin' Blends in Poppy Parade, So Saffron, Cinnamon Cider, & Ivory
Paper:  Thick Basic White, Coastal Cabana
Accessories:  Wink of Stella

Monday, January 17, 2022

Hogwarts Express

Scrappy Monday!  I spent a lot of time yesterday uploading more pictures to print out for yet more scrapbook pages--I ordered a year and a half's worth of pics yesterday.  I think it's safe to say I won't be catching up on my scrapbook pages anytime soon, but I do enjoy the process anyway!

Today's layout is another one from our first trip to Scotland.

Check out the original pictures here.  We got to ride the Hogwarts Express over the Glenfinnan Viaduct, which is where they filmed the super-famous train shot from the first Harry Potter movie.  We also had a Harry Potter trivia game which I won ;)

Today's color palette:  Midnight Muse, Kiwi Kiss, Cherry Cobbler, and Whisper White.  I must have taken the photo on a super-cloudy day because no matter what I do everything ends up kinda bluish-gray.  Well, what can ya do.

Have a great Monday, peeps!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Classic Alphabet, Fine Feathers
Ink:  Midnight Muse
Paper:  Midnight Muse, Cherry Cobbler, Kiwi Kiss, Thick Basic White
Accessories:  None

Sunday, January 16, 2022

Paper Players: Winter Animals

 Happy Sunday, stampy friends, and get ready for a new challenge from the Paper Players!

Not gonna lie, I was really tempted to fussy cut some animals from the Penguin Playmates DSP (one of my all-time favorite DSP packs!) but instead I decided to go with the Penguin Place stamp set.

I even busted out the penguin punch too!  For the background, I stamped the curvy line on a Post-It Note, cut along it, and used it as a mask while adding ink with a blending brush.  Simple and effective!  Originally that was supposed to be directly on the card base, but somehow I got a big ol' splotch of ink on the top of the card, so I had to trim it down a bit and add an extra layer here.  It's still CAS though.

Hope you enjoy this challenge even half as much as I did!  Don't forget to add your card to the Paper Players blog.  Cheers!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Penguin Place
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Polished Pink, Mango Melody, Balmy Blue
Paper:  Thick Basic White
Accessories:  Penguin Builder Punch, Dimensionals

Friday, January 14, 2022

Floral Encouragement

Mornin' y'all!  Had the day off yesterday and I did spend hours in my craft room, though I didn't get done with everything I wanted to.  I got distracted because I got half of my Sale-a-Bration/Occasions catalog order :)  I have LOTS of stuff to play with and this was only half of it, haha!  I did ink up a brand new stamp set for today's card:

The sentiment is from Arctic Bears that just retired with the Holiday catalog; I bought it because I have a friend who loooooves polar bears but I hadn't even inked it up before it retired.  Anyway, the flower  image is from the new Flowing Flowers, which is unusual in that it is *not* in a bundle with a punch or set of dies and no DSP or anything associated with it.  I inked up the stamp with sponge daubers and stamped it directly on my card front, but the flower ended up looking kinda muddy for some reason so I stamped it with just Daffodil Delight ink on a bit of scrap paper and fussy cut it so I could salvage the card front.  I did add a bit more sponging on the original flower before I added the layer, and I added Wink of Stella to make the flower sparkle a bit too.

My colors are courtesy of the Color Throwdown:

I used Night of Navy, Smoky Slate, Daffodil Delight, and Old Olive.  Next up is this week's Freshly Made Sketch:

I decided to keep it very CAS this week.  Finally, I chose the sentiment to fit with the Make the Cards Challenge theme:

Always good to have some encouragement cards in the stash.  I have quite a few sentiments that would fit the bill for this, it took me a while to choose exactly which one to use.

Hope you have a great weekend, peeps!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Flowing Flowers, Arctic Bears
Ink:  Night of Navy, Daffodil Delight, Smoky Slate, Old Olive
Paper:  Thick Basic White
Accessories:  Matte Decorative Dots, Dimensionals, Wink of Stella

Thursday, January 13, 2022

Tea Time!

 Mornin' y'all!  I'm back with another blast from the past card today.

I started drinking tea when we lived in England and now I have an entire cabinet of it and I love it :)  For today's card, I used the Sunday Stamps sketch:

And the Cupcake Inspirations theme:

No way was I missing this challenge!  I have several tea-related stamp sets (and a couple of coffee ones too, though I don't drink coffee), but I went with A Nice Cuppa because it has the big teacup image and there's the coordinating DSP.  I took my colors straight from the DSP and made a super-cheery tea-riffic card!

Hope y'all have a tea-riffic day!  Imma go put the kettle on and make myself a cuppa...

Supplies, all SU! (some retired)
Stamps:  A Nice Cuppa
Ink:  Bermuda Bay, Melon Mambo
Paper:  Crushed Curry, Melon Mambo, Thick Basic White, Have a Cuppa DSP Stack
Accessories:  Cups & Kettle Framelits, Potted Succulents dies, Painted Labels dies, Rectangles Stitched dies, Dimensionals, Glitter Enamel Gems

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Brought To You By the Letter P

Mornin' y'all!  I had the day off yesterday and I was able to continue my trend of being productive in my craft room :)  I made four cards and got a scrapbook layout all done except for the journaling, plus I did dishes and four loads of laundry, so not too bad!

Here's one of the cards I made:

It's a triple challenge card, starting with the Festive Friday challenge:

I used celebration (birthday!), cake, gold, sequins, patterned papers, and punches, so more than half the inspo list!  I used the colors from Global Design Project:

And here's where today's card is brought to you by the letter P!  Polished Pink, Pale Papaya, Pool Party, patterned paper, punches, even the stamp set name starts with P--Piece of Cake!  Oh hey, so does the DSP pack, Pattern Party :)  I also used the Hand Stamped Sentiments sketch:

I had fun coloring my funky lil birthday cake with Blends.  And now I have another birthday card for my stash.

Cheers, y'all!

Supplies, all SU! (some retired)
Stamps:  Piece of Cake
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Stampin' Blends in Pool Party, Pale Papaya, Polished Pink, Smoky Slate
Paper:  Thick Basic White, Basic Black, Polished Pink, Pattern Party DSP
Accessories:  two retired punches, Dimensionals, gold sequins

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Miss Piggy

Mornin' y'all!  How's your week going so far?  I'm back today with another card I made for the Paper Players color challenge this week.

This was actually the first card I made for the challenge, but then I started getting impostor syndrome and worried that it wasn't good enough.  I think I need to play with this stamp set more and figure out how to make something I love with it.

Here's the color challenge:

I used both Gray Granite and a wee bit of Cinnamon Cider for neutrals.

Hope you have a great day!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Peekaboo Farm, Sweet as a Peach
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Calypso Coral, Stampin' Blends in Pale Papaya, Calypso Coral, Cinnamon Cider, Gray Granite, Just Jade
Paper:  Pale Papaya, Calypso Coral, Thick Basic White, Just Jade DSP
Accessories:  Hippo Friends dies, Rectangles Stitched dies, Dimensionals

Monday, January 10, 2022

Mother Shipton's Cave

Scrappy Monday, y'all!  I am sleeeeeepy today!  Actual conversation I had with the hubs last night:

Me:  Holy cow, is it really 10:30?! (we usually go to bed by 9:30 at the latest because we're boring old people)
Hubs:  *checks time on phone* Yep.
Me:  Wow, I am REALLY stupid!  *keeps reading book* matter how old I get, I still want to read past my bedtime!  Actually, I have a cross stitch pattern that says that in my Etsy cart right now, haha!  But anyway, we're here to talk about scrapping!

This layout goes along with the Knaresborough one I shared last week, which is why I kept Misty Moonlight as one of the colors and used Baroque Motifs again for the accents.  I used a photo for my page title, even though I took the picture of the sign from the back so the text is backwards.  If I'd taken it from the front, it wouldn't have been a silhouette--can't remember what, but there was something behind the sign looking at it from the other direction, and I liked the silhouette effect.

Today's color palette:  Misty Moonlight, Old Olive, Rococo Rose, Tip Top Taupe, Sahara Sand, and Whisper White.  I really liked Tip Top Taupe, it was a fabulous neutral color.  Speaking of fabulous neutrals, I am going to miss Cinnamon Cider SOOOOO MUCH when it retires...

Cheers, y'all!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Baroque Motifs
Ink:  Rococo Rose, Misty Moonlight, Basic Black marker
Paper:  Misty Moonlight, Old Olive, Thick Basic White, Urban Oasis DSP, Paper Blooms DSP
Accessories:  None

Sunday, January 9, 2022

Paper Players: Springtime Colors

Hello stampy friends!  I'm excited to be back again as Guest DT for The Paper Players!  Get ready for some springtime colors...

Aren't they pretty together?  My first thought was to stamp a springtime bouquet but I am stubborn and contrary so I decided to make a card with these colors where flowers aren't the main image.

I chose this springtime songbird lineup and okay yes, there are still some flowers on the image ;)  I thumbed through my Stampin' Up! catalog for some inspiration for a layout, and I ended up loving a card on page 44 using the Wild Cats stamp set.

See the card on the top left?  That's what I used as my jumping off point.  Stamp catalogs are a great source of inspiration when you get a bit stuck!

We hope you'll take these colors for a spin and share your card on The Paper Players blog.  Have fun!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Free as a Bird
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark, Stampin' Blends in Pale Papaya, Calypso Coral, Just Jade, Cinnamon Cider, and Gray Granite
Paper:  Just Jade, Pale Papaya, Calypso Coral, Thick Basic White, Hand Penned DSP
Accessories:  Nature's Thoughts dies, Stitched So Sweetly dies, white EP, In Color rhinestones, mini Dimensionals

Friday, January 7, 2022

Wildflower Birthday Wishes

Hey y'all, happy Friday!  I can happily say that I had a productive day in my craft room yesterday :) First week of the new year and I've finished two scrapbook layouts already, and I made several cards too.  Sometimes when I have a day off I feel like I waste the time doing nothing productive, so this year I'm going to try to stay focused on what I want to get done on my days off.  So far, so good, and I have a card to share today.

My birthday is in January so I couldn't resist making another birthday card for the Inspire. Create challenge:

The birthday greeting is from the brand new Wildlife Wonder stamp set and I can't WAIT to make some cards with the animals in the set.  (The bear!!!)  Kinda laughing at myself because the stamp set has a very masculine feel and what do I make with it first?  Something feminine and PINK.  Ha!

I used this week's Freshly Made Sketch:

I hope the challenge gods will forgive me for turning this sketch into a landscape card.  I tried, but everything was much too squished in portrait mode.  I specifically wanted to used DSP for the square/rectangle elements on the sketch and I sorted through my giant stack o' DSP until I came to Sweet Symmetry and thought it would work with the sketch.

Hope you have fun weekend plans!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Wildlife Wonder
Ink:  Night of Navy
Paper:  Bumblebee, Just Jade, Flirty Flamingo, Sweet Symmetry DSP
Accessories:  Rectangles Stitched dies, Stitched Shapes dies, In Color Enamel Dot

Thursday, January 6, 2022

Polished Pink Posy

Hey y'all!  How's your Thursday going?  I just finished this little card in my craft room:

Having a hard time getting a true-to-life photo here because for once it's too SUNNY!  But cold, there's a possibility of snow for the next two days.  This was the best I could do, photo-wise.  It's a triple challenge card :) Let's start with the theme from Inspire. Create:

Which I paired with the colors from The Card Concept:

I'd say my card falls definitively in the clean & layered style:  clean lines, multiple layers, DSP/embellishments, but still keeping a fair amount of white space.  I loved the bold stripes from the inspiration pic along with the bright pink flower, so I used all the colors (Black, Polished Pink, Petal Pink, gold) plus a squee bit of Soft Sea Foam because my flower needed some leaves.

Finally, check out the Try Stamping on Tuesday sketch:

I let my stripey DSP stand in for the two different patterns on the sketch.  Happily I have some (I think retired?) gold glitter enamel dots that were perfect for the embellishment in the upper right corner.

Ryan's daycare is closing a little early today so I'm going to go try to get as much done as I can before I pick him up.  Have fun today, y'all!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Art Gallery
Ink:  Polished Pink, Soft Sea Foam
Paper:  Petal Pink, Thick Basic White, Pattern Party DSP, gold foil
Accessories:  Floral Gallery dies, Stitched So Sweetly dies, Dimensionals, Gold Glitter Enamel Dots