Friday, December 23, 2022

Christmas Adam

Okay wow, today has been busy and time totally got away from me.  I had intended to do this post in the morning, and here it is nearly 7 at night!  I've been making lots and lots of cookies today; the kid and I are going to decorate sugar cookies for Santa tomorrow.  Still got two more batches of other types of cookie dough to bake up though.  But I'm stopping for a few minutes to scarf down some dinner and finally write this blog post!

One last Christmas card for this year.  A few years ago I jokingly said the day before Christmas Eve should be called Christmas Adam.  My brother's name is Adam and one year he was deployed to Afghanistan and got back home on...Christmas Adam!  So yeah that name is sticking.  Anyway, this card is already out in the mail to Adam.

Just had to squeeze in this challenge from Cupcake Inspirations:

The wood rounds that the cupcakes are sitting on made me think of Ringed With Nature, so I pretty much took my cue starting with that and the colors in the inspo pic.  I like that pattern from the Painted Christmas DSP, glad I finally started using some of it.

Anyway, I'd better get back to baking if I want to be done before midnight.  Cheers!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Ringed with Nature
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler, Evening Evergreen, Soft Suede
Paper:  Evening Evergreen, Crumb Cake, Thick Basic White, Painted Christmas DSP
Accessories:  chalk marker, Tree Rings Hybrid EF, Stylish Shapes dies, Dimensionals, Seasonal Sequins

Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Mango Card-Again

Hey y'all!  I managed to sneak some time in my craft room yesterday while Ryan was playing video games.  I really miss playing with paper and ink when I don't get to do it on the regular!  So here's a new card for today:

I bought Forever Friendship from the holiday catalog on a bit of a whim and this is the first time I've used it.  I think the Knit Together background stamp was made to be used with the cardigan stamp, am I right?  Oh, I've had Knit Together for at least a year and I hadn't used it either, oops.  Guess that means I need to stamp more often.

I used this week's sketch from Global Design Project:

And the bonus inspiration challenge from As You See It:

Great inspo pic!  I could have gone with the violin as inspiration, or the flowers, or the oranges, but I decided to take the colors and warm, cozy feel for my card.  I used Mango Melody, Soft Suede, Garden Green, and Early Espresso for my colors.  My (now retired) Mango Melody Blends are getting a bit dried out, bummer.

That's it for me today.  I'm off to do my French lesson and then try to vacuum the living room and clean the kitchen.  Ryan and I are making cookies for Santa sometime this week...on second thought maybe I should wait and clean up the kitchen *after* that adventure.  Cheers!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Forever Friendship, Knit Together
Ink:  Early Espresso, Soft Suede, Mango Melody Blends
Paper:  Mango Melody, Soft Suede, Thick Basic White, Garden Green DSP
Accessories:  Stylish Shapes dies, Stitched Rectangles dies, Seasonal Sequins, Dimensionals

Monday, December 19, 2022

Christmas Card Color Block 2018

Scrappy Monday, y'all!  It's been a long time since I shared my Christmas card color block layouts that I do each year, so I thought I'd bust out the ones for 2018.  (I'll tell you a secret:  I just did the layouts for 2020 and 2021 earlier this month!)  We get a fair number of photo Christmas cards from friends and family, so this is my way of preserving those.  I pick a pack of holiday DSP that I like and choose what color(s) I want for the page base.  Then I stick down the cards, using photo corners on the ones that have more pictures on the back so I could take them out again if I wanted to.  Then I just fill in the blanks with the different patterned paper.  I don't even use a ruler usually, I just make pencil tick marks where I need to cut to fill in each space.  And at the end I have something like this:

The Santa's Workshop DSP had several patterns of Santa and his elves, so I worked in some of those images, like the big sleigh on the right page.  And how cute was our little elf in the top left corner!

Lather, rinse, repeat for however many cards I have that year.  I think I've done up to four layouts for a year but usually it's about two.  Lots of these cards are 5x7 so it can be tricky to get a lot of them on one layout, but it's kind of a fun thing for me to do each year.  I do honestly look forward to picking what DSP I want to use.  This year I think it's going to be the Santa Express DSP and coordinating Memories & More cards, lots of fun things to play with in there!

Today's color palette is taken straight from the papers:  Pool Party, Garden Green, Poppy Parade, and Whisper White.  It would be impossible to choose a palette that would work with every single Christmas card, so I choose one that goes well with *our* card and just go from there.  So there's the Christmas card color block.

Have a great day, peeps!  I'm off to make some tea.  That snow we got last week is still sticking around because it hasn't gotten above freezing in the past week, which means I drink more tea : )

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  None
Ink:  None
Paper:  Pool Party, Santa's Workshop DSP
Accessories:  None

Friday, December 16, 2022

Going for Gold

Hey y'all, happy Friday!  Hope you've had a good week.  This is Ryan's last day at school before winter break, so who knows how much stamping I'll get to do from now until after the start of the new year.  Guess we'll see.

New card today!

I had to dig out Poinsettia Petals that retired last year because I thought it would work nicely with this week's Freshly Made Sketch:

And the Color Throwdown:

I used gold (of course), Petal Pink, and the retired Soft Sky for my colors.  I even used three types of gold:  gold embossing powder on the poinsettias and sentiment, gold foil paper for the sprigs, and gold pearls as accents.  After I stuck everything down I kinda wished I had done something to the card front, it looked too plain, but no way was I remaking it (I didn't have time) so I just used a blending brush to add a bit of Soft Sky ink around the card front, which I don't think helped the situation.  Oh well.

Have a great weekend, y'all.

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Poinsettia Petals, Sweet Candy Canes
Ink:  Versamark, Soft Sky
Paper:  Soft Sky, Petal Pink, Thick Basic White, gold foil
Accessories:  Poinsettia dies, Ornate Frames dies, gold EP, Festive Pearls, Mini Dimensionals

Thursday, December 15, 2022

In a Pear Treeeeee

Mornin', y'all!  I've been kinda squandering my time this morning (got distracted reading something stupid on Facebook) so now I need to make up for it and go get some things done.  But first, a card to share!

I have embraced using my retired stamps and accessories more this year.  I mean, I have a massive stamp collection, so why not use it?

Inside of my card. Partridge & Pears was the perfect stamp set for the current Festive Friday challenge:

From the inspo list, I used a partridge, pears, a square, Christmas, gold, red, and heat embossing.  Seven out of ten ain't bad!  For something different, I stamped the main image in Evening Evergreen ink on Soft Sea Foam cardstock, then colored with Blends but kept the colors more muted.  Heat embossed the sentiment, added a few sequins, and done!

Got some laundry in the washer and now it's time to run some errands.  Cheers!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Partridge & Pears
Ink:  Evening Evergreen, Soft Sea Foam, Versamark, Stampin' Blends in Soft Sea Foam, Old Olive, Crumb Cake, Gray Granite, Calypso Coral, Ivory
Paper:  Cherry Cobbler, Soft Sea Foam, Evening Evergreen, Painted Christmas DSP
Accessories:  Squares Collection Framelits, Ornate Frames dies, gold EP, Seasonal Sequins, Dimensionals

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

Stamp a Stack o' Snowflakes

It is past 8 in the morning but it's very dark outside still--we have an 80% chance of snow today so I'm glad that I'm not planning to go anywhere!  Today's plans include getting boxes ready to ship (I'm going to the post office first thing tomorrow morning), finishing up wrapping presents, and trying to eke out some time in my craft room while I do laundry.  I know I won't have much craft room time after this week when Ryan is off school, so I'm going to try to use my time wisely today.

Anyway, since I haven't had any stamping time yet this week, I don't have anything done for current challenges.  But a couple of weeks ago, I had the personal challenge of making cards for my husband's work.

I made over 60 of these IN ONE DAY and Ryan helped put the rhinestones on.  For the second year in a row, the hubs has asked for cards at pretty much the eleventh hour, so I couldn't do them all one color--I did about a third each on Soft Sea Foam, Pool Party, and Balmy Blue, and then I ordered cardstock to replace what I used ;)  The inside is stamped with "from our home to yours" and lookit that, I didn't use the merry little Christmas stamp from Framed & Festive this time!  Mostly because we were going for festive holiday cards but not Christmas-specific here.

Update:  I just peeked outside and it is, indeed, snowing right now.  And we should stay below freezing for the next few days, so there might possibly be sledding in our future.  But for now I think it's time to make some tea.  Cheers!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Serene Snowflakes, Framed & Festive
Ink:  Balmy Blue, Blueberry Bushel, Pool Party, Pacific Point
Paper:  Soft Sea Foam, Pool Party, Balmy Blue
Accessories:  rhinestones

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

Jolly Christmas 2018

Scrappy Monday on a Tuesday!  Man, yesterday was a busy day.  I woke up before 5 a.m., worked out, did a French lesson, wrapped presents, went to the post office and grocery store, then went to work for a few hours, then came home and wrapped more presents, got Ryan off the bus and we made two batches of cookies together, wrapped more presents, and started getting packages ready to mail.  I was wiped out by 7 p.m. last night.  Got another busy day ahead I'm sure, so let's get to this week's scrapbook pages!

This was Ryan's second Christmas, and of course we took *lots* of pictures of him.

Growing up, my family always opened presents after dinner on Christmas Eve, so we did that with Ryan.  However, his grandparents were visiting, so he got SO many presents that he couldn't open them all before bedtime, so these are the Christmas Eve pics.

Color palette:  Baked Brown Sugar, Real Red, Garden Green, Soft Sky, Whisper White, and a bit of Basic Black.

Now for some Christmas Day pics!

I kept the same color for the page base, but changed up the supporting colors a bit to match Ryan's jammies.

Second color palette:  Baked Brown Sugar, Real Red, Calypso Coral, Taken with Teal, Whisper White, and Basic Black.  Rather proud of how many pictures I managed to incorporate on three layouts!

Okay, I'm off to the post office and work.  Good luck with your holiday to-do lists, too!

Supplies, layouts 1 &2:
Stamps:  No Peeking
Ink:  Garden Green, Baked Brown Sugar, Real Red, Memento Tuxedo Black, Basic Black marker
Paper:  Baked Brown Sugar, Garden Green, Real Red, Thick Whisper White, Nordic Noel DSP
Accessories:  Stitched Shapes dies

Supplies, layout 3:
Stamps:  No Peeking, Scentsational Season
Ink;  Calypso Coral, Real Red, Basic Black marker
Paper:  Baked Brown Sugar, Taken with Teal, Calypso Coral, Thick Whisper White, Nordic Noel DSP
Accessories:  Stitched Shapes dies

Monday, December 12, 2022

Festive Teacups

Hey y'all, Scrappy Monday will be on Tuesday this week because I want to enter my card in a couple of challenges so I have to post it today :) I actually meant to post it on Saturday but it completely slipped my mind and we were out for most of the day at another Christmas market.  So here we are!

Christmas teacups!  I heat embossed both teacup stamps from Cup of Tea, one on Real Red and the other on Granny Apple Green, then added some holly from Christmas Season and a gold-embossed sentiment from Sweet Candy Canes.  I used the Color Throwdown colors:

And the latest Freshly Made Sketch:

And there you have it!  I've got to run, I need to wrap some presents and I work today and also I need to do my French lesson.  No rest for the festive ; )  Cheers!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Cup of Tea, Christmas Season, Sweet Candy Canes
Ink:  Versamark, Real Red, Granny Apple Green, Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper:  Real Red, Granny Apple Green, Thick Basic White
Accessories:  Teacup dies, Seasonal Labels dies, Stitched Rectangles dies, white EP, gold EP, Seasonal Sequins

Sunday, December 11, 2022

Merry Little Christmas with the Paper Players

Happy Sunday, y'all!  It's time for a new challenge from the Paper Players, the last one for this year:

This festive color challenge is from Ann.  I must confess I'm a bit sad as this is my last challenge as a guest designer for 2022.  I know I'll be playing along with next year's Paper Players challenges as often as I can.  Anyway, here's my card for today:

I was hunting through my stuff for some gold ribbon that I *know* I bought last year when I found those gold snowflake doilies so I thought I'd use that since the ribbon was MIA (I found it several days after I made this card).  I think it's safe to say that this merry little Christmas stamp is my favorite from Framed & Festive.  I embossed it in gold on some Very Vanilla cardstock, added some holly and berries in the other challenge colors, and put it all on that awesome plaid pattern that I just love that we have in every single color.

Hope you'll have time to play along with the challenge this week, and upload your card at the Paper Players blog.  And to the permanent Paper Players team, thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to be a guest designer this year.  I had a ball doing it and as I said, I will absolutely be playing along as often as possible next year!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Framed & Festive, Christmas Season
Ink:  Versamark, Evening Evergreen, Cherry Cobbler
Paper:  Cherry Cobbler, Evening Evergreen, Thick Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler DSP
Accessories:  Stylish Shapes dies, Seasonal Labels dies, gold EP, gold snowflake doily, Dimensionals

The Paper Players Design Team

Cindy Beach

Christy Stanford <-- You are here : )

Friday, December 9, 2022

Candy Cane Christmas

Hey y'all, happy Friday!  When Ryan gets off the bus today, I'm going to take him for a meet 'n greet with Santa Claus, even though I *swore* last year that I'd never do it again.  We were in line for over 3 hours last year but this time I plan to show up right when the event starts, so we'll see how it goes.  Wish me luck retaining my sanity.

Anyway, I have a card to share today.

Sorry the photo is a bit dark, it's the best I could do with the nonstop clouds here.  I used the sketch from Inspire. Create.:

And the color combo from Cupcake Inspirations:

I used Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, and Real Red.  As soon as I saw this, I thought of the Candy Cane Lane that Stampin' Up! released a while back, because it has exactly those colors.  Some of the other patterns also have gingerbread men on them, but I really liked the one with the candy canes and gumdrops.  Bonus, the stripes are the pattern on the reverse side of the candy canes.  I ended up with a bit of empty space at the bottom of the sentiment circle, so I added the glimmer paper bow punched with the Christmas Scottie punch...and then it needed a little more sparkle so red rhinestones on the Early Espresso banners.  It's bright and fun IRL, I promise.

I need to get going and run some errands this morning.  Cheers, y'all!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Framed & Festive
Ink:  Real Red
Paper:  Real Red, Early Espresso, Thick Basic White, Candy Cane Lane DSP, red glimmer paper
Accessories:  Stitched Rectangles dies, Stylish Shapes dies, Scottie dog punch, Dimensionals, red rhinestones

Thursday, December 8, 2022

Holiday Dinosaur

Y'ALL.  I don't know the last time I was this tickled about a card I made.

I'm just gonna let it speak for itself.

Bet you've never seen a Hanukkah dinosaur, have you?  Bwahahahaaaaa!  My friend Krissy *loves* dinosaurs, and she posted on Facebook a while back about looking for a stegosaurus menorah.  And a little while later, my little brain thought hey, I have stegosaurus stamps...and a menorah stamp.  I wonder how they line up size-wise.  And then it was just a matter of time before I made one in paper!  I'm pretty tickled with how it turned out, though fussy-cutting those bitty candles was a job of work.  I used the great sketch from Try Stampin' on Tuesday:

I chose Starry Sky for my main color, with Tahitian Tide and Mango Melody for the candles and Smoky Slate for a good neutral behind Mr. Stego.  My husband called on the phone while I was fussy-cutting the last couple of candles and I was positively cackling.  I've got to get this in the mail PDQ, because Krissy is going to love it!

Hope you have a great day, peeps.  I'm off to search for Ryan's missing library books.

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Jewish Celebrations, No Bones About It
Ink:  Starry Sky, Tahitian Tide, Mango Melody
Paper:  Smoky Slate, Thick Basic White, Starry Sky & Smoky Slate DSP
Accessories:  Stitched Rectangles dies, Stylish Shapes dies, Dimensionals

Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Final Fusion Fireworks

I spent most of the day yesterday making cookies and I was so tired by eight o'clock last night.  I think I might make one more batch today and then do something else for a while : )

In the meantime, I'm sad to see that Fusion has put up their final challenge:

It's always sad when the long-running challenges stop.  The fireworks in the lower-left corner of the inspo pic reminded me of the firework pattern in the Celebrate Everything DSP stack so I made this very quick card:

Not sure why but this New Year stamp from Antique Tags was the first thing to pop in my head to go with the fireworks.  Best wishes to the Fusion team with their next adventures, I'll miss this challenge!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Antique Tags
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Stampin' Blends in Polished Pink, So Saffron, Night of Navy, neutrals
Paper:  Basic Black, Thick Basic White, Celebrate Everything DSP
Accessories:  Circles Collection Framelits, Chalk Talk Framelits, Dimensionals, In Color Rhinestones, Waves of the Ocean Rhinestones

Tuesday, December 6, 2022

SUO Challenges: All About Christmas

Good morning stampy friends!  It is time once again for a new challenge from Stampin' Up! Only Challenges!

Our final challenge for the year is all about Christmas!  Break out your favorite holiday stamps and upload your card on the SUO Challenges blog in between making cookies and wrapping presents.  This challenge is running for the rest of the month so you've got time : )  Here's what I made:

I hadn't played with the Christmas Scottie bundle yet and it's SO cute!  Get it while you can, it is retiring.  Rather than stamping the pupper, I punched the shape out of black cardstock with some glitter paper for his festive bow, and put that on top of a fun candy cane pattern from the Sweetest Christmas DSP.

If you're running short on time, here's a quicker option:

Use the Memories & More cards for a super-quick card.  I heat embossed the cookies on the background (in my mind they're double chocolate cookies with white chocolate chips), but to make this even faster you could just put it on plain cardstock or a coordinating patterned paper.  I love that little singing reindeer!  Better yet, the Santa Express Memories & More cards are currently 50% off, and the coordinating Santa Express DSP is also on sale.

Don't forget to upload your Christmas card creations on the SUO Challenges blog.  Have fun!

Supplies, first card:
Stamps:  Christmas Scottie
Ink:  Sweet Sorbet
Paper:  Parakeet Party, Sweet Sorbet, Basic Black, Thick Basic White, Sweetest Christmas DSP, In Color ombre glimmer paper
Accessories:  Scottie dog punch, Stylish Shapes dies, In Color matte dots, Dimensionals

Supplies, second card:
Stamps:  Nothing's Better Than
Ink:  Versamark
Paper:  Pool Party, Early Espresso, Poppy Parade
Accessories:  White EP, Santa Express Memories & More cards, Dimensionals

Monday, December 5, 2022

Ryan's First Trip to Texas

Scrappy Monday!  I was just looking through all my draft posts and I have a LOT of Christmas pages to share--some of our photos from Christmas past, and quite a few Christmas card color blocks.  I take all the photo cards we get each year, pick a Christmas DSP, and do color block layouts to go in my scrapbooks like this one.  I've got the cards in stacks for both 2020 and 2021, I hope to do those color block layouts this week.  And soon I'll start collecting cards for this year's color block!

Anywha, for today's layouts we're going back to Ryan's first trip to Texas, which was in early December 2017 when he was 10 months old.  We went to visit both sets of parents early in the month and then spent Christmas itself at our house; I don't like going anywhere else for Christmas.  Now of course I want to be at home so Santa can visit Ryan.

So, pages!

That top left picture is ME when I was about the same age as Ryan was in the picture on the right.  Funny enough, the end table is the same in both pictures.  For the right page, that selfie my mom took with Ryan cracks me up because he looks like he is just so DONE with it all.

Second layout and man, I loved the two patterns I used on these pages.  I only have small scraps left of the Christmas light pattern that I used as a photo mat.  Don't think I have much left of the hexagon pattern either.

Today's color palette:  Pear Pizzazz, Mossy Meadow, Cherry Cobbler, Night of Navy, and Whisper White.  I took it straight from the patterned papers I used.

As soon as I finish breakfast, Ryan and I are going to start making cookie dough.  I'm making some cookies for the hubs to take into work and we give some to a few local friends.  Then I've got to address all the Christmas cards...cheers!

Stamps:  Making Christmas Bright, Signs of Santa, Texas from Deadbeat Designs
Ink:  Night of Navy, Cherry Cobbler, Mossy Meadow, Smoky Slate, Soft Sky, Pear Pizzazz, Hello Honey, Versamark
Paper:  Pear Pizzazz, Mossy Meadow, Cherry Cobbler, Thick Whisper White, Season of Cheer DSP
Accessories:  clear EP

Sunday, December 4, 2022

The Paper Players Visit the Man In Red

Happy Sunday, y'all!  The first Sunday in December...are you getting in the holiday spirit?  We've been listening to Christmas music and decorating the house, and yesterday we went to the Christmas market in Heidelberg which was fun (even if it was freezing outside).

The new Paper Players challenge is super festive too!

Our challenge comes courtesy of LeAnne this week!  I'm sure the gallery will be super cute and fun this week.  Here's what I made:

I broke out an old stamp set that somehow I had never used before!  So Santa was from four years ago (I had to dive back through quite a few old catalogs before I found it).  I think I bought it at the tail end of the holiday catalog that year and didn't ever use it, so it was past time for Santa to make his debut!  I've got Christmas cookies on the brain, I think Ryan and I will be making cookies tomorrow.

December gets super crazy so I hope you can still carve out some crafting time!  Upload your Santa-riffic card at the Paper Players blog.  Don't forget to take some time to rest, relax, and breathe through all the craziness (reminding myself here too).  And maybe have a couple of cookies, because cookies make everything better ; )  I'm going to help decorate the tree, and then play with my early Christmas present from the hubs--Rosetta Stone.  I have to work on my French because we're moving to Belgium next summer!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  So Santa
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark, Stampin' Blends in Real Red, Shaded Spruce, Cinnamon Cider
Paper:  Real Red, Thick Basic White, Shaded Spruce DSP, Gingerbread & Peppermint DSP Stack
Accessories:  Stitched Rectangles dies, Stitched So Sweetly dies, red rhinestone, Dimensionals

The Paper Players Design Team

Cindy Beach

Christy Stanford <-- You are here : )

Friday, December 2, 2022

All the Sparkles!

Hey y'all, happy Friday!  I got a slow start today, I had to call and make several appointments and I really, really hate calling people on the phone.  So I procrastinated a lot and finally just sucked it up and got it done, then went up to my craft room...and kinda stared at everything for a bit, wondering what to do.  And then, THEN, I put on some Christmas music, ate some chocolate (my stamping muse is a picky wench but she is happy to be bribed with chocolate), and actually made a few things I like!

So here is what just might be the sparkliest card I've ever made.

It's a triple challenge card.  First up is Just Add Ink:

I used a tree and lots and lots of sparkle.  Check out this week's Freshly Made Sketch:

And the Color Throwdown:

I used Blushing Bride, silver sparkles, Shaded Spruce, Whisper White, and some Basic Gray.  I knew I was going to combine the sketch and colors (don't I always combine those challenges?) but I hadn't decided for sure what exactly to do until the JAI challenge tied it all together.  Whee!

Okay, I've got about an hour before Ryan gets off the bus, so I'm going to try to be productive to make up for my morning procrastination.  Cheers!

Supplies, all SU!
Stamps:  Ringed with Nature, Trees for Sale, Framed & Festive
Ink:  Basic Gray, Blushing Bride, Shaded Spruce
Paper:  Thick Basic White, silver glimmer paper
Accessories:  Tree Lot dies, Stylish Shapes dies, Dimensionals

Thursday, December 1, 2022

Thankful Pumpkin

I thought I was done with fall and Thanksgiving cards for this year (especially considering today is December 1) it turns out, there was one more lurking in there!

All my newer stamps are giving me serious side-eye but I had to use older stamp sets for the Retro Rubber challenge:

As it turns out, I did every square except for top right and bottom right, but hey, nobody's perfect.  My stamps, however, are perfectly retro:  Fall Whimsy (the pumpkin and leaf) is 14 years old, and Always Thankful (greeting) is 10 years old.  My hubs might be excused for thinking my craft room is a bottomless pit (but don't tell him that).

I also used the sketch from Try Stampin' on Tuesday:

My bad though, when I jotted it down, I put the background strip on the middle rather than towards the bottom.  Oops!  Challenge police gonna write me a ticket.

Maybe tomorrow I'll use some of my newer stamps.  No promises ; )

Supplies, all SU! (mostly retired)
Stamps:  Fall Whimsy, Always Thankful
Ink:  Versamark, Chocolate Chip, Crushed Curry, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Taken with Teal
Paper:  Taken with Teal, Thick Basic White, Sweet Pea DSP Stack
Accessories:  Stitched Rectangles dies, Stitched Nested Labels dies, Clear EP, Dimensionals, glitter enamel dots