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Sunday, November 21, 2010

Demonstrator Swap tags

Hi Crafty Friends! Hope you all are good! Thought I would share my swaps that I made for tomorrows demonstrator's meeting. I am loving one of the tag sets that I made to sell on Etsy so I thought I would change it to be all Stampin' Up! supplies to use for the exchange.

Here they are:

It's not easy to tell in the pictures, or really in person, but on the little tag I made with the word window punch, I stamped the "friend" sentiment in Early Espresso instead of Black!!! Not really sure why. But I had made them all before I even realized it! It does look a little off, but at a glance you don't even notice. Still annoyed with myself that I did it though :-).

Here are the supplies I used:

Cardstock - Very Vanilla smooth, Real Red textured
Patterned Paper - Love Letter Designer Series
Inks - Crumb Cake, Early Espresso
Stamps - Tiny Tags
Punches - Large Scallop Circle, Designer Label, Bird, 1 3/8" Circle, Word Window, 1/16" hole
Button - Designer Naturals Basic Black and Crumb Cake

Normally everyone makes cards for the exchanges but I really just want to make tags lately :). So that is what I went for instead. I like this tag though. I think that it's a fun versatile template that can be used for any occasion. And for some reason it reminds me of candy! Not sure why though :).

I almost forgot! Have you seen Harry Potter yet? It was absolutley amazing! I saw it on Friday night with Thong, Marci and her husband and some friends from work! I loved it and so can't wait for the last installment to come out! I thought it was done extremely well!!!! I have been re-reading the book and didn't get as far as where the book ended but I was very happy with where they chose to end the movie! I really can't wait though for the final movie to come out in July. I looked it up and it shows it comes out 7/15/11. Looks like I should add the countdown widget to my sidebar! :)
In other crafty news, this weekend I did make 3 more numbers for my advent calendar!!! I will show those sometime this week! I think I should be halfway through by Thanksgiving. Not at all where I wanted to be, but that still gives me hope to get them done by December 1!!! So cross your fingers and here's hoping...

Hope you all have great Thanksgiving plans! My hubby daughter and I spend it with Thong's family. We do Thanksgiving with his and Christmas with mine. It works out nice that way, I think. So excited for Thanksgiving food and crafty day with Thong's cousins! We figured it would be fun to do some crafties this year instead of the normal board games, so now I am even more excited!

Hope you all have a great week!

Friday, November 19, 2010

A Few More Numbers Down...

Hi crafty friends! Hope you are all doing good! I am excited to show the next few numbers that I have completed. I have decided that I am being super slow because I watch TV while I craft and pay more attention to the shows sometimes than to my projects!!!! :) Like last night, I was watching Glee - the episode with Gwyneth Paltrow - and crafted maybe 5 minutes out of that time! Oh, well. Such is life. But I did get 2 numbers done last night, plus I started on some of the ornaments to decorate the tree too.

 I have said it before, and I will say it again! I LOVE Dear Lizzy's lines! She is the cutest and makes the cutest supplies. Her current Christmas selection - a throw back to the 1930's - 1950's - is so fun to work with. I wasn't crazy about the colors at first, I admit. But the more I use the papers, the more I love them!!

Here is how #6 turned out:

As you all know, I have a hard time leaving things well enough alone when it comes to being crafty. I love other's simple styles, but I always have urges to just keep adding! So I was proud of myself that I stopped where I was here. Sometimes, I admit, I get a little crazy - too crazy! I wanted to add more though to the picture of the sleigh and kids, but I left it alone with the exception of adding the glitter to the horse.

Here are the supplies used:

Patterned Paper - American Crafts Dear Lizzy line, My Mind's Eye {the polka dot scallop oval tag}
Cardstock - Stampin' Up! {only the #6. All other solid colors are the Dear Lizzy papers}
Punches - Scallop Ribbon border, Scallop Oval, Small Oval, Itty Bitty Flower Stampin' Up!
Ink - Soft Suede Stampin' Up!
Bling - Rhinestone Jewel Stampin' Up!, Red liquid glitter Studio G
Die - QuicKutz
Magnet Sheet - QuicKutz
Brad - 7 Gypsy's
Ribbon - All My Memories {you can tell I have really been digging into my stash with using old brands!}

This next number I made with the oh so adorable Margie Romney-Aslett Twig and Tinsel line. OK, could you just die! Could you! I so am in love with her style and papers and everything. Her materials have been hard to come by here in the good old Beehive State! I tried to get the Toil and Trouble line but it ran out so fast everywhere, I couldn't get my hands on any of it :(. So as soon as I saw her Christmas papers, I knew they needed to be mine :). I didn't even get all of them, but I got one of each the store had!!!!! I love the shabby chic/vintage look of all of her things!

Here is what I came up with for #8:

Here are the supplies used:

Patterned Paper - Twig and Tinsel The Girl's Paperie
Cardstock - Very Vanilla Stampin' Up!
Inks - Soft Suede Stampin' Up!
Punches - Scallop Ribbon border, Small Star, 3/4 Circle Stampin' Up!, Large Corner Rounder EK Success
Die - QuicKutz
Magnet Sheet QuicKutz
Ribbon - Brown Gathered Satin Maya Road, Green Seam Binding May Arts, Baker's Twine My Stash
Button - Brown bling Bazzill Basics
Half Pearls - Stampin' Up!
Fabric - Stampin' Up!
Adhesive - my glue gone to hold the fabric flower together, Crystal Effects {used to make the epoxy circle on #8 and to attache the half pearls}, Pop Dots and Continuous Line Glue Dots

Here is the first ornament I made for the tree. I borrowed Amber's ornament punch and stamp set from Stampin' Up! so I could make these cute ornaments with patterned paper and cardstock stamped with the cute stamp set. Don't you love this ornament punch! I know I do!!!! The stamps are just as awesome too!

Here is the front:

Side 2:

Side 3:

So, as you can tell from this picture, I shoved the ribbon down into the 3 layers of the ornament to have a little hanger. Then I am going to clippy the ornaments on the tree. I think I need about 10 of them!!!

I have my tree sitting on top of my kitchen counter until I get it hung up. My dogs are so the dogs that would "eat homework" if given a chance!!!! So there is no way I can have the tree sitting against the wall until I hang it up. As  you can see, I still need to make 3, 4 and 5 but then the bottom is finished. I was really hoping that I could get this done before Thanksgiving since I plan to get my Christmas stuff out right after then. But since I am going slow, doesn't look like that is going to happen. I guess it depends on how much I get done this weekend for sure.

Well, I am off! I hope you are all well and being crafty!

Oh, and I will list the supplies for the ornaments on my next post.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

More Christmas Tags for Etsy

Hello Everyone!!! Hope you are all having a good week so far. Here is the next set of tags that I mad to sell on Etsy. I want to do a set of 4 different tags, 4 of each of those. And then like I mentioned before, package them up all cute together and sell them together. So I have 2 down and 2 to go.

Here are the pic's of tag #2 in the mean time:


Patterned  Paper - Dear Lizzy for American Crafts {this is the Christmas line she came out with. Don't you just love it! It reminds me of Christmas in the '50's!!!} - the solid green, blue {the be merry tag}, silver{under the button} and brown are the reverse of the patterned papers.
Cardstock - Whisper White - Stampin' Up!
Stamps - Bird is from the Dear Lizzy line that came out in spring; the "be merry" sentiment is Stampin' Up!
Punches - Large Scallop Circle, Designer Label, 1 3/8" Circle, Word Window, Itty Bitty Flower, 1/16" hole Stampin' Up!
Buttons - Itty Bitty pack Stampin' Up!
Bling - Jewel Rhinestone stickers Stampin' Up!

The bird that I used is from Dear Lizzy's spring collection, like I mentioned above, but I thought it was still perfect for Christmas. I am a total fan of Elizabeth Kartchner. She is extremely talented and she also has a great sense of style. She is the cutest pregnant person ever!!! :) I can't wait to see what she comes out with next!

This next tag isn't for my Christmas set to sell on Etsy, but I liked it so much I may make a set of them to sell on there as well. What do you guys think?

I was sad that you lose so much of the cool patterned paper behind the stamped tag image, but I thought what you could see was still perfect for the scale of the tag. Looking at the banner in the pic, I can see that it's a little crooked. Going to have to fix that :). But I absolutely love this set from Stampin' Up! And I thought paring it together with this Basic Grey patterned paper was the perfect combination.

Here are the supplies:

Cardstock - Chocolate Chip and Very Vanilla Stampin' Up!
Patterned Paper - Basic Grey
Punches - Small Oval, Scallop Oval, 1/16" hole, Itty Bitty Flower, Scallop Dotted Ribbon border Boho Blossoms Stampin' Up!
Stamps - Stampin' Up!
Inks - Ridinghood Red, Not Quite Navy, Crumb Cake Stampin' Up!
Bling - yellow jeweled brad and rhinestone sticker Stampin' Up!
Ribbon - Blue Seam Binding May Arts, Baker's Twine My Stash

And there you have it. I would change some of the placement around a bit for the jewels and the banner before making them to sell, but I love the colors combined with the stamped images for sure!!

Alrighty, I am off to bed. Hope you are all well and see you next time :).

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Woot! Another Day Down...

Yep, I went out of order. That's right! I made 1, then 2 and now 7. :) I can't help it sometimes. I just have to craft whatever I am feeling in the moment. Cindy, my Stampin' Up! upline would laugh and tell me it's because I am right brained!!!! It's true, I am. I found this test online to take that tells you what is your dominate side. It's not very scientific but it's fun. Click here if you want to take the test. It's only 20 questions.

Back to crafting....

Here is the latest number that I made:

Isn't the pink frame adorable! Another Making Memories one from Amber. It is actually supposed to be a baby's first Christmas ornament. But I cut off that wording - it was attached to the snowman, and then decided I didn't want a photo.

Here are the supplies used:

Cardstock - Very Vanilla Stampin' Up!
Patterned Paper - Dear Lizzie for American Crafts {I love her Christmas line!! It reminds me of a '50's style Christmas and that reminds me of my grandma :)}, My Minds Eye
Stamp - I Believe from My Minds Eye
Ink - Early Espresso & Ridinghood Red Stampin' Up!
Buttons - Naturals & clear Itty Bitties
Punches - 3/4" Circle, Itty Bitty flower, Designer Label, Large Scallop Circle Stampin' Up!
Die - QuicKutz
Ribbon - Pink Polka-Dot & Baker's Twine my stash, Soft Sky Double Stitched grosgrain Stampin' Up!
Magnet Sheeting - QuicKutz
Chipboard Frame - Making Memories {the snowman was originally attached to the frame

So until Amber gave me all the fun Christmas stuff, I wasn't going to do pink in my calendar, but as soon as I took one look at it all, I knew that I changed my mind! I love traditional colors, prints and patterns when it comes to Christmas. And I love the more traditional looks than cutesy usually. But I love this Making Memories stuff! And I love mixing all the brands together! So now I have pink and turquoise and different colors of reds and greens in the calendar, and I love it!!!!

Well ladies,  it's late and I am tired! So it's off to bed I go! Hope you all have a great rest of your crafty weekend!

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Christmas Tags

Hi Everyone! Hope your weekend is going crafty. I was able to get a little more Christmas shopping last night with my mom. I am hoping to avoid shopping the week before Christmas this year for sure! So it's been good to get as much shopping done as I can. Unfortunately I left some of my shopping inside Ikea after I had already paid for it! A whopping $6 worth of merchandise - $2 kitchen scissors and a $4 two pack of cardboard portfolios {Heidi Swapp showcased the cutest mini album with this portfolio on her weekly web show about 3 weeks ago or so!}. This was after going there last night with my mom. When I got home, I realized that I didn't come home with my stuff. So Peyton and I headed off to there this morning. We went to the returns area to explain our predicament, showed the receipt, and sure enough, they pulled up the camera feed of me leaving the stuff at the register, but making sure I put my mom's stuff in the cart :). So then I had to go all the way back through the bottom section of the store and get my stuff all over again! But at least I got it!! And I can't wait to attempt the mini album Heidi made! She used a binding machine to attach the pages. So I will have to see if I can borrow someones. But I can't wait nonetheless!!!

Finally after my adventures in Ikea today, I was able to come home and get some crafting done!!! Yay! And I was totally hit by the Christmas tag bug! This is the first set that I made. I can't wait to get a few more sets done, package them up all cute, and sell them on Etsy :)!!!!!

Here is what I have so far:

I couldn't decide if I wanted to sell a kit or the finished product. I decided for the finished product but may still sell a kit separately from this set. I do plan though to sell 2 other sets with this set, for a total of three. And I want to get them packaged up and presented all cute :)

Here are the supplies I used:

Cardstock - Very Vanilla, Chocolate Chip, Kiwi Kiss Stampin' Up!
Patterned Paper - Tinsel & Twig The Girls Paperie {love this paper!!!!!!!}, book pages my own stash from a book that i didn't like. As much as I love books, I was so happy to figure out a better use for a book that I didn't like! What better than to combine my love of crafting and reading!
Stamps - Wreath & Bird  are I Believe from My Minds Eye, Merry Christmas sentiment Stampin' Up!
Inks - Softy Sky, Early Espresso, Kiwi Kiss Stampin' Up!
Punches - Double Scallop Ribbon border, Itty Bitty Circle and Flower, Scallop border, Tag corner Stampin' Up!, 1/16" hole punch Fiskers
Buttons & Bling - Jewel rhinestone sticker & Itty Bitty clear button Stampin' Up!
Red Glitter - Studio G {love love love this stuff!!!It's so cheap and is lasting forever!}
String - Baker's Twine my stash
Adhesives - Crystal Effects & Sticky Strip Stampin' Up!, Pop Dot {cut in 4 pieces} Glue Dots, Glue stick Scotch Brand

I am loving this stamp set from My Minds Eye {the wreath and bird}! It was super inexpensive for how many images it came with - $6!!!

Oh, I used Crystal Effects from Stampin' Up! to make the flower with the piece of book page. I glued the bottom of it to a piece of heavy packaging {chipboard packaging from the ornament of my previous post} cut into a circle. Then I put some more in the center and the jewel on top of it. The jewel is self adhesive, but the Crystal Effects helps hold the flower together. I also used the Crystal Effects to attach the Itty Bitty punched flower and clear button together. This product is so versatile - from epoxy to adhesive! The Ranger brand has a comparable product that I also really like a lot that accomplishes the same thing.

I am for sure going to be making some more tags, but for now, I am off to go work some more on my countdown calendar! Hope you all are good!

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Day 2 Is Complete

Hi Everyone! I haven't really had any crafting time lately, but to our surprise yesterday, we found out we got to take Veteran's Day off! I figured I could use some of the time to craft and of course more time to spend with Peyton! Thong left just a bit ago to go to Jordan High School's football game today with his brother. So it's just Peyton and I hanging out right now :).

I started working on Day 2 last night. It didn't turn out exactly how I wanted, but it did turn out nonetheless :). Hopefully I can get some more time today to get a few more numbers done. I want to get the whole thing done before Thanksgiving, if not sooner.

Here are the pics:

It was a lot bigger than I thought it would be on the tree, but I thought it still worked perfect.

I was having a hard time with the colors of the chipboard ornament and the patterned paper that I have. The reds are different shades, but I tried to make it work.

The chipboard is from Amber. One of her really good friends, Kausi, has a husband that has done some work for Making Memories. They have given him free supplies because of it!!! So of course Kausi shared the love with Amber and then Amber shared the love with me! There is the cutest metal pink reindeer that i can't wait to use for one of the days!

I did the same thing for this number that I did for the 1. I put a strip of magnet behind the scallop circle and then die cut the 2 backwards and put it behind the 2.

Here is another picture of the full tree so you can see just what I am working on filling up. I have some mini ornaments and beads and ribbons to decorate it further!! Can't wait to get it all done!

Here are the supplies for this number:

Chipboard - Making Memories
Patterned Paper - My Minds Eye, The Girls Paperie
Cardstock - Very Vanilla Stampin' Up!
Ink - Early Espresso Stampin' Up!
Ribbon - Red Organdy May Arts, Baker's Twine is from my stash, Blue with Brown Polka Dots All My Memories, Blue Grosgrain Stampin' Up!
Magnet Sheet - QuicKutz
Die - QuicKutz
Punches - Large Scallop Circle, Ticket Label, Itty Bitty Circle Stampin' Up!
Stamps - My Minds Eye
Button - Itty Bitty clear Stampin' Up!
Glitter - Red liquid glitter Studio G {a whole big tube of glitter is only $.99!!!! Think Stickles, but a lot more and cheaper!!!} I love this stuff! I used it on the reindeer's nose :)

And there you have day 2. Hopefully I can update you soon with more numbers today!

Sunday, November 7, 2010

1 Day Down, 24 To Go

Wow, look at all these posts in a few days! :) I love when I have this much to blog!

The weather here in Utah is still super nice. I am just waiting for the cold to come. I am so not a winter person, but I do love the fall! So hopefully the crisp temperatures will last a little while before the bitter cold comes. Doesn't usually work that way here though. So we'll see.

I did day number 1 for my countdown calendar last night. It took me a while to figure out exactly how I wanted to do it. I did know that I wanted to add something on for each day instead of take something off, that way the tree gets fuller as Christmas gets closer. Then I figured that I could add the numbers each day - and that Peyton could definitely help with this part. The tricky part was figuring out how to make it work.

This is what I came up with:

This first day happens to be 4" x 4", but I think I am going to have each day vary in sizes. I love the blingage for sure! :)

 Here is day 1 without the number. Behind the plaid tag is a strip of magnet. The magnet isn't strong enough between 2 pages of cardstock, so make sure you only do it behind one piece of paper or it won't work.

Here is the front of the number.

And here is the back. I die cut the number backwards with the magnet sheet. It's self adhesive so it's so nice to be able to stick it right to the paper without any extra work!!

I figured I can keep the numbers in a binder page sectioned for small things, to keep the numbers from getting all mixed up. And then we can pull the current day out each day to add it on. I am so excited to get this finished!!! The end product for attaching the item for each day wasn't exactly what I had in mind, but I think it will still turn out super cute.

I can't wait to keep showing you guys each day as I get them finished.

Oh, really fast, here are the supplies before I forget:

Cardstock - Early Espresso and Very Vanilla Stampin' Up!
Patterned Paper - {blue and white background} Dear Lizzy for American Crafts, {Red and Cream/Green Polka dot} The Girls Paperie, {red punched flower on 1} Stampin' Up!, {Plaid tag and blue under clear button}  My Minds Eye, {flower lollie} book page
Punches - Scallop Trim border, Scallop border, Bird, Itty Bitty flower Stampin' Up!, Large Corner Rounder EK Success
Blingage - Jewel stickers Stampin' Up, Red Glitter Studio G
Ribbon - Brown Satin Stampin' Up!, Bakers Twine from my stash
Buttons - Brown Bazzill Basics, Green Stampin' Up!, Clear Itty Bitty Stampin' Up!
Ink - Early Espresso Stampin' Up!
Magnet Sheets - QuicKutz
Die - QuicKutz

Before I had my Big Shot, I had the QuicKutz manual die cut machine. I am glad I upgraded for sure. But I am still able to use all my old dies, because they are compatible. So I don't feel like what I invested into my QuicKutz was a waist for sure. I got the magnet sheets at a convention a few years back and have only used it a few times, so I have plenty to complete my project! And the sheets are super thin so they are very easy to die cut. It makes it super nice to work with. Plus as I mentioned above, it's adhesive backed, which makes it all the better!!

I love that Day Light Savings is over! It was nice to have the extra hour today! Hope you all enjoy the rest of your Sunday. I will certainly do my best to do the same!

New Blog Look

Hi Everyone in Blogerton! I was visiting one of my favorite blog design sites,, and decided it was time for a blog makeover! So I hope you all like it :). It's not so fun and whimsical as the old look, but it's certainly shabbylicious, don't you all think!

Have a crafty 'ol time!

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Purchase & Exchange Swap Results From Marci & Amber - & What I Am Working On Next

Hello! Hope you all have enjoyed your first week of November! It's been warm and quiet at my house this week. Peyton went to St. George to spend the week with my parents and niece and nephew. Thong and I enjoyed the quiet but missed Peyton fiercely!! Have you seen the HP printer commercial with the baby in the walker going across the country? Well, it is Peyton's favorite! Every time it comes on she tells me, "Mom, that's my favorite baby. Her's so cute!" I don't have the heart to tell her the baby is a boy. But he is pretty adorable. Anyway, that commercial came on a lot this week and every time I saw it, it made me miss Peyton even more!  She is back home now though, and not feeling so well. It's that time of year and it seems she has the stomach bug that I had last week :(. Hopefully it will pass soon! We did snuggle yesterday for quite some time when she came home! It definitely feels good to have her home :).

Now to the crafty goodness! I wanted to show you what Marci and Amber made for our exchange! Although Marci's box is very very cute - as you will see below - she totally cheated and used her new Cricut Imagine,  instead of her new Stampin' Up! stuff! But I'll allow the violation this one time only, Marci! :)

Here is her box:

Marci got the Cricut Imagine for her birthday a few weeks ago and has been dieing to get some crafting done! This box was one that came with the cartridge and all the patterns and everything were already chosen for the box. But the owl tag, Marci came up with all on her own. She even put a yummy no bake cookie inside for each of us! The owl is pretty cute hu! Amber's has an A charm and mine has an L. Aren't these so fun!

Onto Amber's card:

How cute is this card! My favorite part is the splash of tulle that she added! Notice something similar to my card? Yep, it's square too! Totally addicted to squares!!!!! Also, this is the same paper that I used to make Marci's plate stand from a few posts back. Amber had mentioned that she bought this paper last year, but I got mine only maybe 4 months back or so. She made the cutest pumpkins last year with the same paper! Check out her current blog post to see them! You will want to make your own for sure!!!

Amber's Supplies used:

Cardstock - Stampin' Up! Crumb Cake {I can't remember what the textured paper brand is}
Patterned Paper - My Minds Eye and a book page
Punches - Scallop Circle {Amber what brand is your punch? :)}, Itty Bitty flower Stampin' Up!
Inks - Stampin' Up! Chocolate Chip and Crumb Cake
Stamps - Stampin' Up!
Rhinestone Brad - Stampin' Up!
Tulle - Amber's stash

As I have mentioned, I LOVE Tai Pan Trading! I went there last night to go and get some additional snowball garlands to do my next project, but I was sad to see they were all out. So I will have to try to figure out something other than what I had planned with the one I have :).

What I did find instead was something that I am super excited to get working on!!!!!!!

So what I have planned for this bare looking tree is to make a Christmas countdown calendar! I counted and there are exactly 25 loops to hold photos. But instead of photos I am going to do paper to countdown until Christmas. Woot! Woot! I am so excited! I have glitter and mini ornaments and paper and ribbon. I so can't wait to get this finished, can you tell! I have Dear Lizzy, Girls Paperie, My Minds Eye, Studio G, Maya Road, May Arts, and some others to get this completed. Can't wait to show you all either, once it's all done.

I am trying to figure out where I will hang it once I have it finished. I think on the half wall where my stairs are. And what I plan to do is make it so Peyton can add something on it for each day. I will probably have it be done with magnet strips. And then that way the tree will get fuller as the days get closer to Christmas.

Time to watch Cinderella with Peyton and make her some noodles. At least she is asking for food right now, so hopefully that is a good sign!

Have a crafty weekend everyone!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

A Tiny Hello

It was "Purchase and Swap" time again this weekend! Marci and Amber and I received our bags of Stampin' Up! goodies from our monthly club night at Cindy's house. So we haven't been exactly consistent in our swap, but we always have the best of intentions to use every supply we purchase to create a masterpiece for each other - and then of course one to keep for ourselves!

I have this thing lately with making small cards. I can't help it sometimes. And they usually open from the bottom, and I don't remember the last time I made one that wasn't square! It's a sickness really :). Well, I decided to switch things up a bit this time around. Yes, I kept the card square, but what I did do was make the smallest card I have ever made - 2.5 inches - but I also had it open from the side! What!!! I know, I was feeling free and reckless! What can I say, sometimes I like to be a rebel. :)

Here are the results:

So this adorable teacup stamp is just over an inch tall! The "hello" sentiment sits just under the cup on the stamp. But I decided that I wanted to separate the word from the image on the card layout. All the supplies are Stampin' Up! except the adorable Bazzill Basics clear button with the rhinestone center. {I cut the back of the button off with my wire cutters and adhered it to the card with a Pop Dot.

Here is a breakdown of ALL the supplies:

Cardstock - Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla
Patterned Paper - scraps left over from a pad that was available in the Spring Mini catalog earlier this year
Satin Ribbon - Daffodil Delight {my favorite new Stampin' Up! color!!!!}
Inks - Daffodil Delight and Chocolate Chip classics
Punches - Large Oval, Scallop Oval, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border, Word Window
Jewels - Rhinestone Stickers
Button - Bazzill Basics brand

Just so you all know, I had to fight all my urges to add a small butterfly punched shape to each card!!! Where would I have put it, right! But the urge was definitely there. And for how small this card is, there is already so much stuff on it!

I am off to bed ladies, but I hope you like the Tiniest Hello ever! I'll be back soon :)

P.S. Hello my newest followers :)