Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Jewel Love Shape Card

Hello everyone!  Today, is my day to post over on the Positively Me Blog for Julianna Hudgins Design Team.   I have a pretty little shape card to share with you using some of the die templates from Julianna Hudgins Positively Me Collection from Spellbinders Creative Arts™.
With the Spring and Summer weddings right around the corner I thought it would be a good time to get started on designing some wedding cards.

To see more pictures and find out all of the details please click HERE.

Thank you so much for stopping by today and I hope you have a Fantastic Day!!

Hugs & Smiles.

Dies:  Spellbinders Creative Arts™:  Julianna Hudgins Positively Me Collection S5-143 Jewel Flowers & Flourishes, S5-144 Jewel Sentiments, Grand Calibur™ Machine, S4-400 Gold Ivy Imperial Gold Die
Other Supplies 
Paper:  DiscountCardstock.com Simply Smooth Ivory, Simply Smooth White
Ink:  Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko Memento Desert Sand 
Accessories:  Recollections Bling; Tulle, Filler Flower, Stick Pin, Sparkle Flower Center, Hot Glue

Monday, April 29, 2013

Picture Perfect Card

Hello everyone!  Today, is going to be a quick post with a fun and easy card to create.

For the cute little camera image and the sentiment I used the D-504 Picture Perfect stamp set from The Rubber Cafe`.  The card came together really quick and easy with a few layers of paper (all cardstock from DiscountCardstock.com listed below), stamps and die cuts.  I used S5-149 SnapshotS4-399 Charmed I'm Sure and S4-398 Say What die templates from Spellbinders Creative Arts™.  I used Royal & Langnickel Silver Engraving Art Foil for the camera die cut and lightly sanded the paper to reveal the silver foil.  I love how the camera turned out!  The only coloring that I did was to add a little sparkle to the stamped image of the camera using a Spica Silver Glitter Pen.

Here is a close up of the camera.  Love the sparkle!

For the snapshot and little word block I used letter press technique (or maybe you have heard it called Reverse Stencil) with Versa Magic Midnight Black in from Imagine Craft/Tsukineko.  If you have never done the letter press technique it is really easy--put the die template on a piece of scratch paper with the cut side (ridges) face up, press the ink pad in to the die template giving it a good coverage of ink.  Then carefully pick up the die template and place it face down on the paper you want to cut and then die cut the image.  The ink can get a little messy so I usually put a sheet of printer paper down on my mat, then the die template and cardstock and then fold over the printer paper.  When you do this both sides of  the die template will be covered and you won't get ink on your mats.  Once you are done you can use a baby wipe to remove the ink or wash it with soap and water.  The best ink to use for this technique is a craft ink--like a pigment or chalk ink--something that won't dry too quick.  To finish off the card I added a few Holly Berry Red Jellie Dots from The Rubber Cafe`.

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Thank you so much for stopping by today!

Hugs & Smiles,

Stamps:  The Rubber Cafe` D-504 Picture Perfect
Paper:  DiscountCardstock.com Simply Smooth White, Kraft, Really Red; Royal & Langnickel Silver Engraving Art Foil
Ink:  Imagine Craft/Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black, Versa Magic Midnight Black; Copic Spica Silver Glitter Pen
Dies:  Spellbinders Creative Arts™ Grand Calibur™ Machine, S5-149 Snapshot, S4-399 Charmed I'm Sure, S4-398 Say What
Accessories:  The Rubber Cafe` Holly Berry Red Jellie Dots, Scrap Happy Sheer Glue, Stick "EM" Up Tool; Really Reasonable Ribbon Silver Metallic String; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares; Sanding Block

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Thinking of You Card & Stamping with Glue Technique

Hello blogging friends!  I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend!  Today, I have a card and another tutorial to share with you using the Stamping with Glue Technique with Scrap Happy Sheer Glue from the The Rubber Cafe`.

Here is the card that I designed using the D-498 Script Background stamp and Scrap Happy Sheer Glue along with a couple colors of You're So Fine Glitter to create the sparkling script on the pattern paper.  The pretty pattern paper is from the Bo Bunny Prairie Chic 6 x 6 Paper Pad.  

To start I apply some of the Scrap Happy Sheer Glue to the D-498 Script Background using a makeup sponge.  I make a little puddle of glue on some scrap paper, dab the sponge into the glue and apply to the stamp.  If you have never done the Stamping with Glue technique you might want to try it on a scrap piece of paper a couple of time.  You want a nice coat of glue, not too thick and clumpy because you won't get a clear image and not to thin because then your stamp might stick to the paper.  Also you need to wash your stamp/s right away.  I just use some soap and warm water with a little scrub brush.  Here's a little tip--a tooth brush is great for scrubbing stamps--it has small softer bristles and can get in to all of the little spots on the stamps. ;-)  Also, don't worry about your glue drying and not having enough time to apply the glitter.  The great thing about the Scrap Happy Sheer Glue is that it drys tacky so it is prefect for the Stamping with Glitter technique!  

This is what the pattern paper looked like after I stamped it with the glue.  Can you see the script pattern?  

Next, I applied some of the You're So Fine Glitter-Bronze Medal in a few areas.  I took a little pinch of glitter, sprinkled it on the paper and then used my fingers to rub it in.  Real technical--LOL!  When using  more then one color of glitter work in small sections, rub in the glitter and tap off the excess as you go.  This will keep the glitter from getting on all of the areas of glue.

Then I used You're So Fine Glitter-Princess Pink to apply the second layer of glitter.  

Here is a close up of the glittery script background on the pattern paper.  As a reminder you can click the images to enlarge them.

Here is a close up of the center of the card.  I used J-1095 Fabulous Phrases and B-217 Daisy Splash to stamp the sentiment and flowers.  I used Lilac Posies and Desert Sand Memento inks from Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko.  Then I used the Artisan X-Plorer™ and S3-205 Petite Labels One Die D-Lite to cut/emboss the little label.  I added some Edna Natural Crochet Lace Trim and a Sun Rose Seam Binding bow from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  The Sun Rose Seam Binding matched the Lilac Posies ink perfectly!  The butterfly is from Recollections and I spritzed it with Pssst! Sheer Shimmer Spritz Sparkle and added Diva Pink Jellie Dots.  I used my handy Stick "EM" Up Tool for perfect placement of the Jellie Dots.  It's a great little tool for picking up small embellishments.  To finish off the card I added some ivory roses and a handmade stick pin.

For the solid paper I used Simply Smooth Ivory and Kraft from DiscountCardstock.com.  To create the mats I used S5-131 A2 Matting Basics AS5-132 A2 Matting Basics B from Spellbinders Creative Arts™.  

So what do you think about the Stamping with Glue technique?  Is it something you would like to try or have you done this technique before?

 A few pictures from the Twins game yesterday and the Twins won!!  The guys had great seats and a fantastic time at the game!!

***Another reminder--if you haven't signed up for my Big Giveaway there is still time!  
Click HERE for all of the details.  

Thank you so much for stopping by today!

Hugs & Smiles,


Baby Hummingbird Rescue - Sweet Video ♥

I found this video on Facebook yesterday and just had to share. 

This a a little baby hummingbird that was rescued after it had been attacked.  Such a sweet video. ♥

I will be back later today with another project to share.

If you haven't signed up for my Big Giveaway please be sure to hop on over and check it out!!
You can click HERE for all of the details.

Have a Beautiful Sunday!

Hugs & Smiles,

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Vintage Rose Candle & Media Mixáge

Hello everyone!  How is your weekend going?  I had a pretty good day.  The weather was so beautiful--I even opened the windows.  I spent some time outside and I got in a little bit of crafting time.  I wanted to get this post up earlier today but I was searching all over for the battery charger for my old camera.  My husband and our youngest went to a Twins game today and they took my good camera.  I couldn't remember for the life of me where I put the charger for the old camera and as luck would have it the battery was totally dead--LOL!  But I finally found.  ;-)  

Today, I have a quick and easy home decor piece with a step-by-step tutorial to share with you using some of the new Media Mixáge Collections from Spellbinders Creative Arts™.  I have had several email from people who have said they would love to try out the Media Mixáge Collections but they haven't ever done anything with mixed media and they want to take it slow (baby step) until they can learn a little more about it. 

So I thought I would share a project that is quick and easy to create (baby steps) using a bezel and die template from the Media Mixáge Collections.   Here is a candle holder that I altered.  I didn't time myself while I was making it but if I had to guess I think it was probably about 20-30 minutes start to finish.  Maybe even a little less--I was taking pictures for the tutorial while I was making it. ;-)

Ok, let's get started!

This was a candle holder that I picked up at one of the big box stores for a couple of dollars.  To start I added Prima Divine Washi Tape to the top and bottom of the candle holder.

Next I used some Simply Smooth Ivory cardstock and the MD1-008 Squares Two Die Template along with the Artisan X-Plorer™ to cut the square shape.  Then I used the E3D-006 Framed Labels Eighteen folder to emboss the paper.  I lightly inked the embossed area of the paper with Memento Angel Pink ink and then I misted it with Pssst! Sheer Shimmer Spritz Gold.  Both the ink and spritz are from Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko.  

Check out all of the shimmer from the spritz!  (you can click all of the images to enlarge)  This is the piece that I am using for the background in the bezel.  

Next, I fussy cut this beautiful little rose image from the Prima Divine Collection 6 x 6 Paper Pad and I inked the edges of the paper with Memento Espresso Truffle ink from  Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko.

I glued the embossed piece inside the bezel and then I added a 3D Foam Square from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™ to the back of the rose image and place it in the center of the bezel.  The bezel I used for this project is MB2-005S Susan Lenart Kazmer for Spellbinders™ Media Mixáge™ Squares Two Bezels - Silver.  

I added some Pink Salmon Seam Binding from Really Reasonable Ribbon and threaded it through the backside of the bezel.  I also added some 3D Foam Squares to the back of the bezel so it can easily be attached to the candle holder.  

Once the bezel was in place I tied the seam binding in to a little bow. Then for a finishing touch I added some Kaisercraft Pewter Pearls.  So what do you think?  This is a perfect home decor piece for the Spring and Summer.  It was quick, easy and inexpensive to create.  It would also make a wonderful gift for a friend.

If you have any projects that you have created using the Media Mixáge Collection I would love to see them! Leave me a link to your blog or gallery in the comment section.  

Also don't forget to hop on over and sign up for my Big Giveaway!!  
Click HERE for all of the details.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!!

Hugs & Smiles,

Paper:  DiscountCardstock.com Simply Smooth Ivory; Prima Divine Collection 6 x 6 Paper Pad
Ink/Spray:  Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko Memento Angel Pink, Espresso Truffle, Pssst! Sheer Shimmer Spritz Gold
Dies/Bezels/Folders:  Spellbinders Creative Arts™ Artisan X-Plorer™,  MD1-008 Squares Two Die Template, MB2-005S Susan Lenart Kazmer for Spellbinders™ Media Mixáge™ Squares Two Bezels - Silver, E3D-006 Framed Labels Eighteen
Accessories:  Really Reasonable Ribbon Pink Salmon Seam Binding, Kaisercraft Pewter Pearls; Prima Divine Washi Tape, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™ 3D Foam Squares; Candle, Candle Holder

Friday, April 26, 2013

Chartreuse & Aqua Fleur de Lis Necklace with Media Mixáge™ and ICE Resin®

Hello blogging friends!  Before I get started with my project for today I want to say a HUGE Thank You to everyone who has visited my blog to entered for the Giveaways!!!  Thank you so much for subscribing to my blog, following me on Pinterest and Facebook!!  I have been reading all of your comment about your favorite go-to product and it sounds like we have a LOT of die cutters out there!! ;-)  Also thank you for all of your wonderful comments about my design work.  I love what I do and I love sharing it--so I hope I can continue to inspire you!! 

If you are looking for the Giveaway post you can click HERE to find out all of the details.

One other thing that I want to address--I have received a few emails from some of my international reader about the giveaway only being open to the US.  Most of you have been very understanding but I have received some emails that have been kind of nasty and people unsubscribing so I thought I should address this.  First of all I am really sorry.  I understand your disappointment and I wish I could open the giveaway to everyone.  The only reason I didn't open the giveaway to everyone is due to the increased cost of shipping.  The two stamps sets were donated but everything else included in the giveaway is something that I am doing on my own, at my own expense and it is not affiliated with the companies I design/work for.  I have already invested a good amount of money in being able to do this giveaway and if I had to ship the prizes to other countries it would end up costing me almost as much as I have already spent to do the giveaway.  
I hope you can understand. ♥  For those of you who do understand and have been so supportive--thank you--I truly appreciate it!! 

Ok, now that all the business stuff is out of the way would you like to see some artwork? ;-)

You can click on all of the photos to enlarge them. 

Here is a necklace I designed using one of the MB2-007 Susan Lenart Kazmer for Spellbinders™ Media Mixáge™ Fleur de Lis Bezel - Bronze from Spellbinders Creative Arts™.  This Chartreuse & Aqua Fleur de Lis necklace is perfect for Spring.  Love these two colors together!

Here is a close up of the bezel.  To started I added ICED Enamels® Medium in to the base of my bezel.  Then I sprinkled in some of the ICED Enamels® Chartreuse Relique and made sure to cover the entire surface.  Then I removed the excess and put it back in the container.  Next, I sprinkled in some of the ICED Enamels® Relique Glitz Powder Gold.  Love all of the sparkle in gold!  I used my heat tool to melt the ICED Enamels and the Glitz Powder.  For myself I have found that if I use a craft tweezers to hold the bezel then I can start to heat set from the bottom of the bezel.  Doing this allows the powders to melt and not blow out of the bezel.  Once the powders start to melt then I used the heat tool on the top of the bezel.  ***Please be very careful when doing this--the bezel will get really hot!  I also use a craft mat to set the bezel on while I am heating the powders.  When you are done with the heat tool set the bezel aside to cool off.

The next step is adding the ICE Resin®.  I cut a piece of a white garbage bag and place on an old plate.  Then I put the bezel on the plate.  I used the 1 oz. Syringe Singles, mix it according to the instructions and then pour in to the bezel.  I also placed a few rhinestones in the bezel. Set aside to dry for 6-8 hrs. (That's the hard part--waiting--LOL!) The reason for using the white garbage bag is so if you have any of the resin over flow from the bezel or spill it won't hurt anything and you will be able to easily remove the bezel.

Once the bezel was done then I added it to a chain to make a necklace.  I used Jump Rings, Head Pins, Gem Drops, Bead Spacers, Beads and a Clasp to finish off the necklace.

I hope my necklace inspires you to give the new Media Mixáge™ Collection and ICE Resin® a try.

Thank you so much for stopping by today!  Don't forget to signed up for the Heidi Blankenship Embellished-Dreams Designs Mixed Media Giveaway.  Click HERE for all of the details! 

Happy Friday & I hope you have a Fantastic weekend!

Hugs & Smiles,

Spellbinders Creative Arts™:  MB2-007 Susan Lenart Kazmer for Spellbinders™ Media Mixáge™ Fleur de Lis Bezel - Bronze
ICE Resin®:  1 oz. Syringe Singles, ICED Enamels® Medium, ICED Enamels® Chartreuse Relique, ICED Enamels® Relique Glitz Powder Gold
Accessories:  Rhinestones, Chain, Jump Rings, Head Pins, Gem Drops, Bead Spacers, Beads, Clasp, Heat Tool

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Heidi Blankenship Embellished-Dreams Designs Mixed Media Giveaway

***This Giveaway is now Closed!!***  
Thank you so much to everyone who participated and for all of your wonderful comment!! 

Hello everyone!  
I am so excited to share this post with you today!!  
Did you see the sneak peek picture I posted yesterday?  Did it make you curious?

Here is the News---
I am having a Big Giveaway and I can't wait to tell you all about it!

Heidi Blankenship Embellished-Dreams Designs Mixed Media Giveaway

Starting today, April 25th through May 4th at midnight CST you will be able to enter for the giveaways.

I am giving away Three Prize Packages filled with yummy crafty goodness!!
Check out what you could win!!!

This is what is included in the 1st Prize 
JustRite Papercraft® Stamp Set of Winners Choice
Vintage Sheet Music
Vintage Book Pages
Mica Flakes
2 Handmade Doilies
Tinsel Trim (1 yd)
Rosette Trim
42 Embellishments including beads, charms, gems, metal filigree...
4 metal filigree and rhinestone chain (ButterBeeScraps), 6 pearls, 3 tear drop pearls, 2 gem drops, 3 chandelier drops, 6 word charms, 2 bird cage charms, 1 bird charm, 1 crown charm, 1 clock charm, 1 Eiffel Tower charm, 6 gears, 2 wings, 1 fairy on the moon charm, 1 key, 1 lock, 1 filigree
The 1st Prize has a value over $165.00!

Ok, on to the 2nd Prize.

This is what is included in the 2nd Prize
12 Different Kinds of Lace Trims (1 yd ea)
12 Handmade Stick Pins
The 2nd Prize has a value over $40.00


Now for Prize #3

This is what is included in the 3rd Prize
Vintage Book Pages
Vintage Sheet Music
Mica Flakes, 1 yd Tinsel Trim, 12 in. Rosette & Sequin Trim, 1 yd Faux Rhinestone Chain, 3 Pearl Sprays, 3 Bead Sprays, 12 Pink Mulberry Roses, 25 Ivory Mini Mulberry Roses, 1 Large Handmade Ivory Flower, 3 Leaf Stick Pins, 10 Pearl Stick Pins, Beads, Bead Caps & Spacers to Make Stick Pins (total of 100 pieces), Embellishments including Charms, Resin Pieces, Acrylic Pieces, Wood Pieces, Garment Pins, Gems, Jellie Dots (The Rubber Cafe'), Metal Filigree (ButterBeeScraps)--total of 107 pieces.
The 3rd Prize has a value over $20.00

So what do you think?  Would you LOVE to Win one of these Prizes?

All of the Details and Rules
***Please read carefully!

1.  Contest is open from 8 AM (CST) April 25th and goes through May 4th at Midnight (CST).
2.  The Contest is Only Open in the US
3.  Subscribe to My Blog with an email subscription (this is found in my side bar--it's Feedblitz).  ***I moved this all the way to the top of the side bar so it's quick and easy to find. ;-)
4.  Answer this question in the comments:  What is your favorite go-to crafty product in your studio?  In your comment you have to leave a Link Back To Your Blog or an Email---there has to be some way for me to  reach you if you win.  
Not required for the giveaway but I would love it if you would 
Follow me on Pinterest or Facebook or Both.  :)

Winners will be announced May 5th.

I wanted to add I am really sorry to all of my International Followers and Subscribers but with the shipping costs being so high it would cost more to send then the value of the prize.  But please know I appreciate each of you and I am so very thankful for your support and wonderful comments!!!

I want to say a HUGE Thank You to the ladies who have helped me out behind the scenes!!!  You know who you are and you all ROCK!!!!  Thank you!!!!

Thank you to JustRite Papercraft® for the Fabulous donation of Stamps!!! ♥

Thank you so much for stopping by today!  I can't wait to read all of your comments.  I hope you have a Fantastic Day and Good Luck!!!!

Hugs & Smiles,

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Dimestore Vogue Card

Hello everyone!  Today is my day to post over on the Vintage Street Market Blog and I have a card to share with you using paper from the Family Fun Set Paper Kit Meghan Kay Paper, tags from Dimestore Vogue Paper Sheets & Tags and some fun embellishments.

To see more pictures and find out all of the details please click HERE.

  Don't forget to hop on over to the Store and check out all of the vintage goodies!

I hope you have a wonderful day!

Vintage Street Market-Family Fun Set Paper Kit Meghan Kay Paper, Dimestore Vogue Paper Sheets & Tags, Linen Tinted Tape, Making Memories Garment Pin, Sheet Music, Ticket
Other Supplies:
Paper:  DiscountCarstock.com Pink Lemonade
Ink:  Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko Memento Espresso Truffle
Dies:  Spellbinders Creative Arts™ Grand Calibur® Machine, S5-131 A2 Matting Basics A, S5-132 A2 Matting Basics B, S5-160 Opulent Ovals
Accessories:  Really Reasonable Ribbon 1/4'' Natural Crochet Lace Trim, Pink Ric Rac; Blue Crochet Flower, Pink Mulberry Flower, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares, Buttons, Pearls, Hot Glue

Sneak Peek Of Things To Come!!

Hello blogging friends!  I have just quick announcement and a sneak peek.  Tomorrow I will be posting something pretty exciting here on my blog!! 

Here is a teaser and a little sneak peek picture of things to come!!  

Please be sure to stop back tomorrow--I promise you won't want to miss this!!!

I also wanted to let everyone know I have started up a Facebook Page for my blog.  If you are on Facebook I would love it if you would Like my page!!  You can click HERE to check it out.  Thanks so much!! ♥

I hope you have a Fabulous Day!!

Hugs & Smiles,

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Pretty Pastel Beaded Journal

Hello everyone!  I know it's been a few days, I took a little time away from the computer but I have still been busy creating.  Today, is my day to post over on the Positively Me Blog and I hope you will hop on over there and check out my post.   I have a pretty pastel beaded journal to share with you.  I used Julianna's NEW Bead Loom™ from Beadalon®, some Pastel 6/0 Seed Beads from Blue Moon Beads® and crochet lace trim and seam binding from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

Click HERE to check out my blog post on the PMJ Blog and to see more pictures.

I hope you enjoyed my project today.  You can create all kinds of beautiful projects with the Jewel Loom™.

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today and 
I hope you have a fantastic weekend!



Beadalon® Jewel Loom™, White Nymo® Nylon Thread, Hard Beading Needles #10
Blue Moon Beads® Pastel 6/0 Seed Beads
Really Reasonable Ribbon Seam Binding-Baby Pink, Leather Tan, Vivid Pink, Lace Blue, Lilac, Bay Leaf, 1/4'' Natural Crochet Lace, 5/8''Pink Crochet Lace, Journal, Plaid® FolkArt® Vintage White Acrylic Paint, Metal Flowers, Flat Back Ivory Pearls, Hot Glue

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Really Reasonable Ribbon April Blog Hop

Hello blogging friends!  Today, is the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog Hop for the month of April.  The RRR Design Team Members and Special Events Design Team Members will be showcasing the Monthly Ribbon Club.

This month there is a beautiful assortment of Turquoise and Green ribbons with a touch of White and Light Yellow included in the April Ribbon Club.  Click HERE for more details on how you can sign up for the Monthly Ribbon Club.

If you are following the order of the blog hop you should have just come from Judy's Blog. If not and you just happened to pop in for a visit please click HERE to start the blog hop at the Really Reasonable Ribbon's Ramblings! Blog.

For my project I designed a card using two of the ribbons and the white crochet lace trim in the April Ribbon Club Assortment Apple/Turquoise.  The pattern paper is from Prima Firefly Collection 6 x 6 Paper Stack and it matches the ribbon perfectly.

Here is a close up of the ribbon.  I used the stripe ribbon and the crochet lace trim to create a border across the bottom.  Then I used the turquoise ribbon and crochet lace trim to make the bow.  To create the flower die cuts I used Simply Smooth White cardstock and F-014 Delicate Pastels Premium Craft Foils Assortment Spring Green and S3-206 Asters and Poppies die templates.  The S3-206 Asters and Poppies are from the new Die D-Lites collection from Spellbinders Creative Arts™.  I added some pearls and bling to the flowers  and I added a couple of stickpins.

Here is a close up of the stickpins.  The stickpin with the pearls, yellow bead, frosted flower bead cap and blue/green bead is handmade.

For the sentiment I used Memento Teal Zeal ink and a stamp from CR-04460 Celebration Labels One & Bracket One stamp set from JustRite Papercraft.  To create the label die cut I used  S3-205 Petite Labels One and Simply Smooth White cardstock.  I also added a little bling to the label and I added some diamond stickles to the pattern paper.

I used S5-131 A2 Matting Basics A to cut/emboss the pattern paper.  To create the embossed paper I used 

Sno Cone cardstock and EL-020 Awesome Blossoms folder and I used  S6-001 5 x 7 Matting Basics A die template.  To make the embossed area pop a little more I addd Memento Teal Zeal ink.  The card base is Chamios Cascata Felt cardstock.  

I hope you enjoyed my project and you find lots of inspiration on the blog hop!

Now to continue in the blog hop you need to hop on over to Vivian's Blog and check out her fantastic project!

Thank you so much for stopping by today and I hope you enjoy the Really Reasonable Blog Hop!! Don't forget to visit the RRR Store and check out all of the beautiful ribbons, lace and trims!
I hope you have a wonderful and creative day!

Hugs & Smiles,

Ribbon:  Really Reasonable Ribbon April Ribbon Club Assortment Apple/Turquoise
Stamps:  JustRite Papercraft CR-04460 Celebration Labels One & Bracket One
Paper:  DiscountCardstock.com Simply Smooth White, Sno Cone, Chamios Cascata Felt; Prima Firefly Collection 6 x 6 Paper Stack
Ink:  Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko Memento Teal Zeal
Dies:  Spellbinders Creative Arts™ Grand Calibur® Machine, S5-131 A2 Matting Basics A, S6-001 5 x 7 Matting Basics A, S3-206 Asters and Poppies, S3-205 Petite Labels One, EL-020 Awesome Blossoms
Accessories:  Handmade Stickpin & Leaf Pin; F-014 Delicate Pastels Premium Craft Foils Assortment Spring Green; Recollections Bling, Pearls; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™ 3D Foam Squares; Ranger Diamond Stickles


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