Wednesday, December 22, 2010


Good Morning Our Challenge this week at The Pixie Cottage is Party/ Celebrations....lots of possibilities for this one. Michelle has another great new stamp set here. It has two sentiments and 3 images found here. It was perfect for the gift I needed. Christmas Eve is my BIL's Birthday. He like others who have a birthday so close to Christmas seems to get overlooked. Soooo about 30 years ago we had a Mexican Potluck on Christmas Eve and then went caroling to celebrate his birthday. Every year for 30 years we have done it so I guess you would say it is one of our family traditions :) So all that to say this is part of my gift to him this year. So it doesn't look like a Christmas gift I used Kraft, creme and royal blue and just a dot of red. I used all the images in the stamp set.

No the basket is not turned sideways. I made it in a diamond shape sewing together and distressing all four sides then attaching to a reinforced base I made. The handle was torn on both sides. The watercolored images were cut out and mounted on a embossed base on all four sides. I used dimensional paint for all the dots around the circles and down all the sides. Since he likes coffee and hot chocolate I made him some syrups and put in pretty bottles that my sis will be able to use when they are emptied. I made a caramel syrup and a cinnamon vanilla syrup. Can you believe I found the perfect canned whip cream with a blue lid that totally matches my paper. Is that cool?? I will tuck in a few snack goodies that I will make Thurday night.

I made a small card and tags for the syrups and marshmallows to go along with the basket. Have you ever made cinnamon vanilla syrup? You mustTry this yummy can use it for coffee, tea, ice cream or???

Recipe: 2 c. firmly packed brown sugar 1 c. water 1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise 3 cinnamon sticks 1/2 tsp. pure cinnamon extract Heat the water and sugar on vanilla bean and scrape it in the sugar mix ( be sure to save the pod to flavor some sugar) add the sticks and bring to a quick boil. Remove and let steep for about 30 min. Then put back on heat and simmer for about 6 or 7 mins. Remove sticks add the cin extract cool a little and strain. Easy Peasy

The simple little card uses three of the mini versions of the large cup of latte. The large tag uses one of the images in the set that I cut out and attached to the tag.
Have a Merry Christmas!

For Challenges:
Creative Card Crew:
Christmas Birthdays
Papertake Weekly: Anything goes
Allsorts: Free & Easy Anything goes
Bee Crafty: Rough around the edges
Paper Sundaes: Cut it Out
Aly's Sunday: Anything goes
Stamps R Us: Anything Goes

Wednesday, December 15, 2010


Its Wednesday and that means a new Challenge at Pixie Cottage. We have a great sketch for you and the theme is Family/Friends. Christmas is always a very special time in my family so I chose this sweet image Hannah hanging the Stocking found at Michelles Scrapbooking and More. I watercolored her and then used a pile of glitter on her hat and the bears, the bow and candles. A little stitching, punched edge and a bow does it. The team really has some very beautiful card you will want to stop by and see. The theme leaves a lots of room for interpretation so come join us.

For Challenges:
Tuesday Taggers
: The stockings were hung
All Sorts: Last Minute Christmas
Lets Ink it Up: Christmas & Sparkle or Bling
S2G: Holiday with lots of Bling
Crafty Ho's: Red & Green
Fresh Brewed: Christmas
Penny's Paper: Christmas
Stamp Fairy:Glam it up with glitter or Stickles

Passionately Artistic

Did you enjoy all the fabulous creations and ideas at our 12 Days of Christmas?? Well today It's Party Ideas at Passionately Artistic. My New Years Party Invitation has lots of crazy elements which each represent something and hopefully will provoke some reflection of old and thoughts of new.

The silver stitching meandering around the card represents all the paths of others you have crossed this past year, the mirror... to reflect upon this past year, the silver ball... the Times Square New Years Eve Ball, the key... to open the opportunities of a New Year, the clock... time to start a New Year and the leaves... to turn over a new leaf for the New Year. Lots of glitz everywhere from the dots, thread, clock to the embossed key. How about you??? Be sure to come join our Linky Party .Stop by read the rules and toot your own us your creations.

Supplies: SU paper and silver foil, Tons of silver stickles, mirror and ribbon.
For Challenge:
Your Next Stamp: Lets Party

Tuesday, December 14, 2010


Our Tuesday Throwdown Challeng
e is to make a criss cross card. Our sponsor this week is Digis With an Attitude. They will be giving a great prize so be sure to join us. I used Mona's beautiful color challenge from at Cupcake's Creation Color Challenge. It is our Pastor's wifes Birthday today and this card is for her. I had a little party last night after Womens Ministry and we all signed the card and gave it to her.

My lighting wasn't the best and the color looks more orange than coral but it really is coral. I used a coral base and then stitched on the pretty Graphic 45 floral print I've been saving. I made the fan fold medallion to attach the angel print to, added the punched edge and the jewels. I did stamp a flourish on the tan sides and added the Birthday poem to the inside.
Supplies: Momento Ink, SU and Graphic 45 papers, MS arch punch and jewels.

Entering Challenges:
Creative Card Crew: Anything goes
Papertake Weekly: Christmas Birthdays
There She Goes Clear Stamps: Something from stash at least 6mo old...My Graphic 45 paper

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Stampin' Sisters in Christ

Patti from Stampin' Sisters in Christ chose the scripture Ephesians 4:29. The challenge is to make a card to encourage, compliment or cheer someone. I used the Waltzingmouse Sketch for my lo. Pretty simple card. Used the cuttlebug swirl embossing folder on the top tan and on the bottom blue. I sanded the blue to scuff it a bit. I put my dots on the chipboard flourish and made a flower just by tearing pieces to form petals. Looped the hand dyed ribbon and tied up a bow with a vintage button.
Supplies: SU and My Minds Eye papers, Maya Rd chipboard and the good ole button box.
For Challenges:
Quixotic Inspirations:
Thank You
Cute Card: Floral Frenzy
Delightful Sketches: Embossing
Sew Many:
Flower Power

Friday, December 10, 2010

Thanks for the fun awards....

I want to thank Benzi for her sweet support and for this fun award. You will want to stop by her blog Benzi Stampz and check out her wonderful creations.
I'm honored that Kelly was so sweet to give this award to me. I want to thank her for her support and you will want to check out her beautiful vintage creations at Craft Until Your Art's Content!

I am supposed to share 3 & 8 things about myself....I'll lump them together

1. I am a night owl and love Fridays cuz I dont have to go to bed
2. I love to garden and have a big green thumb which isn't always easy when you live on the backside of the desert
3. I have a crazy passion for flowers of any kind and love polka dots!!
4. I love riding a motorcyle..the wind flying by is sooo freeing, as my husband says blows the bad stuff off :)
5.I am the Womens Ministry leader at our Church and love helping & seeing womens lives changed.
6. I am Very Passionate about supporting our Troops and families...I have 2 SIL in the military
7.My grandbabies live across the country and I seldom get to see them in person that rips my heart strings daily. :(
8. I have only taken one international trip. It was an amazing month in Japan.

I have been absolutely blessed this past year of blogging. I have met so many fabulous Ladies!!
Thanks to ALL of you for your encouraging support. You are the BEST!

So many to pass this on to....heres just a few
Amy At Papertrails by a paper lover
Annika at Another Messy Crafter
Kimberly at Fairie Tales With Paper
Lorraine at Coldwaters 2
Martha at The Heart Within
Mona at Cupcake's Creations
Monique at For the Love of Paper
Tammy at My Craft Central
Tanya at Random Acts of Krafting

Thursday, December 9, 2010

VERVE Triple Play Challenge

Verve has shown us 14 Days of Inspiration by their Divas. You have until Thursday at midnight to enter. The Challenge is to create a trio of your choosing. Be sure to check out all the Divas beautiful creations.

For my project I made a gift tin, tag and card that will go to my co worker My card has three layered panels using gold, burgandy and the beautiful Attic Heirloom stitched together. Hand dyed ribbon and a fan fold glittered flower with a button center. The inside of the card is burgandy to help show the punched edge. The tag is also layered and stitched using several nesties. After removing the original papers on the tin I spray painted it to go with my paper. Decorated it with the fan fold glittered flower medallions and the flowers. The flowers are cut out,edges shaded, centers stickled and then layered. The top layered fan fold glittered medallion is a removable ornament with a ribbon hanger.
Supplies: SU & Daisy D's papers, recycled tin, spray paint, stickles, MS deep floral and loop punch, Spellbinders scalloped oval and looped square. hand dyed ribbon, verve love flower and buttons from the good ole button box.

Creative Belli: Christmas embellishments
Fresh Brewed: Sparkle & Shine
Little Red Wagon: Die cuts
Penny's Paper Crafty: Merry Christmas
Three Muses: Flowers
Charisma Cardz: A Christmas Gift

Wednesday, December 8, 2010


Our Challenge is perfect for this time of year....SPARKLE & SHINE~We also have a great sketch if you chose to use it. This fun image and sentiment set is called Dashing Through the Sky by ARTish. You can find it and lots of others here.
This is a few of the crazy houses I made for a little village set. It is going to be a gift for my sister. I thought it would be fun to have Santa flying in so I attached him on a piece of acetate. It barely shows so really looks as if he is suspended in the air. I watercolored the image and used some stickles on the clouds and sleigh runners. Added a little dimensional paint to the beard, mustache, cap and cuffs. Then cut him and the sentiments out and attached to the acetate.

MY village started as wooden blocks painted and covered with dps. Sure doesn't show here but decorated with layered snowflakes and Lots of SPARKLE with blue, irridecent and silver stickles, jewels, beads and silver foil.

Supplies: SU, BoBunny & DC designs paper, Stickles, acetate, memento ink, assorted stickles, dimensional paint, MS snowflake and loop punches, hand dyed ribbon, foam dots, beads, jewels and bells from my stash.

For Challenges:
Lexi's Creations: Blue & Silver
My Sheri Crafts: Blue & Silver
Really Reasonable Ribbon: Anything but a card
Paper Cutz: 2 Patterned dps
Paper Issues: Christmas project
City Crafter: Let it snow Let it snow
Creative Card Crew: Anything goes
Flourishes Timeless Tuesday: 3D Gift
My Time to Craft: Reindeer Craft
There She Goes: Bring on the Bling

Tuesday, December 7, 2010


Clean and Simple is the theme this week at Tuesday Throwdown. I don't know about you but for me it is a real Challenge!! I always want to put more!! Our sponsor this week is DeeDee's Digis. This one is from the Endless Beginnings set. The bottom is embossed although it doesn't show. Some hand dyed ribbon and the image just slightly colored.

Supplies: SU and Memories paper, hand dyed seam binding, SU embossing folder and Spellbinder nesties #13 & the scalloped oval

For Challenges:
Sugar Sweet Paper Treats: Anything goes
Bugaboo Catch the Bug: Anything goes
Card Makin Mamas: Anything goes
Delicious Doodle: Use a digi
Creative Cowgirls: Anything goes
The Crafty Pad: Anything goes
Anita Be Stampin: Greens & Pinks
Tip Top Tuesday: Ribbons

Monday, December 6, 2010

Gingerloft Challenge is Bows

A rather simple card Christmas card I'm entering into the Gingerloft Challenge. No image and just a tad of decorating. The fan folds are fun and versatile so I made one with a little lace flower center. I like the brown and green, such a pretty combo. A little embossing, a bow, lace and little tag and Voila~~

Supplies: SU and Basic Grey paper, Swirly Cuttlebug folder, hand dyed seam binding, lace from the stash and a MS arch punch.

Dutch Dare: Christmas
The Paper Variety: Tic Tac Toe..card, die cute & holiday
Crafty Ann's: Christmas
Paper Players: Christmas
Whoopsi Daisy: Ribbons and bows
ECP: Christmas
Craft Your Days Away: Texture
The Artistic Stamper:Christmas Time

Wednesday, December 1, 2010


Do you like to do paper piecing?? Then hop on over to Pixie Cottage and join us. We also have a great sketch you can use.With the whole reason we celebrate Christmas being the birth of Christ this is the perfect image. It is Christ Child with Animals . Since the image speaks for itself I didn't think it needed any embelllies. As you can see from the pic below I cut a second head for each image and pop dotted them up. The stable, star and sentiment were cut out and also popped up.
Supplies: SU,Bazzill and scrap dp, foam dots, Spellbinders scalloped oval and watercolors.

For Challenges:
Top Tip Tuesday: Anything goes
A Crafty Little Place: Anything goes
The Paper Variety: Tic Tac Toe~~Holiday-Card-Spellbinder die
Paper Playtime: Christmas Carol Inspired...Away in a Manger

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Passionately Artistic

Passionately Artistic and Want 2 Scrap are coming together for a 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop. There will be lots of fabulous creations to give you some Christmas gift ideas and much much more. You will need to visit both blogs, join as a follower and leave a daily comment to be in the drawing for one of the $25.00 prizes.

MY project is Christmas cards and a matching gift box. This is one of the cards~~~ For a change I decided to make big ovals with some non traditional colors. I love this beautiful paper covered in lots of pretty ornaments and vintage colors. I thought it would be fun to pair it with the aqua dots. The edges are distressed and then stickles added for some glitz. The center is cut out with a nestie then framed. Used another nestie to cut out the sentiment and stickled. Some hand dyed seam binding made a small bow. I cut slivers for the pine and made a pine cone for the center. Some snow flakes and a fan fold medallion finish the cards. For my gift box I first covered a box I got from work. I used one of the card ovals and decorated it. I used a punch to make a bias to cover the joints on the box. Made a big bow with some pine and pinecones added. Lots of snowflakes, glitter and buttons finish it off. A close up of the fun pinecones and the gift box to hold the cards.

Supplies: Basic Grey Jovial Christmas Tree, Webser's Pages Your Life Beautiful, Bazzill and SU,
Stickles, Holtz antique ink, buttons, hand dyed seam binding, MS loop and artic punches, Spellbinders Label 10. inverted scallop circle and 16

For Challenges:
Mark's Finest papers:Bows
Kreative Stemplefreunde: Package
The Shabby Tea Room: Get in shape
The Character Cafe: Neutral color I sparkle
Fairy Fun Friday: Buttons and Bows


Good Morning I hope my US friends had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. Are you all ready for a new challenge today?? Embellish it is our theme and the skys the limit! To show us your creations be sure to link to Tuesday Throwdown. Don't you love this fun image, just perfect for the Christmas projects!! Surprise Surprise it is called Three Gingerbread Men by Tina Akonom. Okay I know I should have done a gingerbread recipe with the cute gingerbread men BUT my girls loved to make snowflake cookies when they were young so this is it. :)
Our sponsor for this week is The Pixie Cottage. Michelle has rubber and digital stamps plus all the crafting supplies you need for all your creations. Be sure to go to Michelle's Scrapbooking & More to pick up some fun Christmas stamps and more. You will want to stop by to see my teammates great inspirational creations and leave them some love.
I am making paperbag recipes albums for my daughters. Filling them will recipes they grew up with. A fun keepsake plus the recipes in writing. Since embellish was the theme I used lots of snowflakes, button, stitching, layering, embossing and glitter. As you can see from the pic below I paper piece the cute little gingerbread men and the holly. Dimensional paint was used for the white "frosting" and buttons. The Merry Christmas is popped up with foam dots. I printed the recipe, stamped with misc. snowflake stamps and then ran thru the snowflake embossing folder and added the tab with the sewn on button. If you look closely you can see the Merry Christmas, holly berries snowflakes and cup are all glittered.

Supplies: Bazzill, Remembrance and SU papers, CB snowflake embossing folder, MS Snowflake punches, Spellbinders Label #10 , stickles & the good ole button box buttons.

For challenges:
The Pink Elephant: Green red & blue
Crafty Calendar: Snowflakes
Easy Craft Project: Snow
Fun with Shapes: Anything but a card
Stampin ' for the Weekend: Winter
Aly's Sunday: Gingerbread
Creative Card Crew:Not a card
Everybody-Art: Gingerbread time

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Bee Crafty//Something Hidden

Bee Crafty is looking for hidden things. I made placecards for our Thanksgiving dinner with a bit of
a twist. There is a little hidden tag and on the tag is a name. Before dinner we will go around and

tell that person why we are thankful for them.
Using the Spellbinder #16 nestie I cut
several sizes for the base, the body, pocket and tag. Distressed the edges and faux stitched them.

Cut a bunch of leaves and a DeeDee's digi tur
key. Fun & Simple way to dress up each plate a bit.

This is a view of the back with the pocket and the little tag with
the name of the one we are to share why we are thankful for them
and the attached leaf to pull it out with.

From the front side it just looks like another leaf.

Spellbinders Scalloped oval and Label 16 Nestibilities, SU, mulberry and Colorbok paper, Holtz distressed ink, DeeDee's digi.

For Challenges:
Bee Crafty
: Something Hidden
Stamp Somethings: Thankful Somethings
Everybody Art: Shapes
My Time to Craft: A tag
Papertake Weekly: Cut it Out
Paper Playtime: Thank You
Whoopsi Daisy: Holidays
Deedee'sDigis:A tag


Are you ready for the new Pixie Cottage Challenge?? Since many places are getting snow our new theme is quite appropriate. We are looking for" Let it Snow". I chose to use The Winter Mailbox by S Hammer. This stamp has lots of possibilities but I chose to use it alone today. Very simple card with lots of shimmer which doesnt seem to show up. All the embossed flakes are covered with irridecent stickles as is the three layers of the snowflake. Our team has some wonderful cards to inspire you so be sure and stop by. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Cuttlebug Snowflake embossing folder, SU paper, Spellbinders Scalloped rectangle,MS snowflake punch and stickles.

For Challenges:
Daring Cardmakers: 3 of something...layers on snowflake
Paper Cutz: Christmas with bling
Totally Paper Crafts: Snow & Snowflakes
Scrappy Frogs: Christmas
Stampin' B's: Snowflakes
2 Sisters:Snowflakes
Fresh Brewed:Winter/Christmas
The Treehouse: Glitter
Simon Says : Let it Snow

Passionately Artistic

I am very excited to have been invited to be a part of the Passionately Artistic team. For my first post I have made a little Christmasy hot chocolate holder/ ornament. I made a little trifold card and used the scalloped oval nestie to cut the top then distressed all the edges. To add a little pizazz I punched the edge of some red plaid for the inside pocket and used scalloped ovals to mount the gingerbread men on. I cut out several gingerbread men and decorated them with dimensional paint. I used a wheel for the little strip of gingerbread men and watercolored them, stitched onto a piece of recycled paper to form the slide off closure. I am one of pre teens teachers at our Church and I have about 2o-25 kids. Over half of these precious kids live in very disfunctional homes. I am making one for each of them. Its a little fun something I can do that wont be too costly and I'm hopefully they can hang them up and have for Christmas morning.
I used Mona's Cupcakes's Creations Color Inspiration for my project

Supplies: Spellbinders Scalloped oval nestie, SU paper and gingerbread man wheel, dimensional paint, watercolors and hot chocolate pkg.

For Challenges:
Lollipop Crafts: Christmas
Whoopsi Daisy: Holidays
City Crafter: My Cuppa...cups, mugs, coffee, tea, hot chocolate
Creative Card Crew: Not Another Card
Everbody Art: Shapes
Papertake Weekly: Cut it Out
A Spoon Full of Sugar: Anything goes

Monday, November 22, 2010

Today is my birthday, don't have a post but just had to show one of the gifts from my mom. It is a nested set so just showing the largest and smallest. The BIG bowl is huge! Are these just way toooo fun with those big dots!! I am also very excited to announce that Maggie Lamarre has invited me to be a part of the Passionately Artistic team. I will have a post on Wednesday. We will be having a 12 Days of Christmas beginning on December 1st. You will want to check back to see Lots of fun gift ideas, packaging, tags etc.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010


Our theme at The Pixie Cottage is ribbons & bows. You can use the theme and or the sketch.I stitched a ribbon down the front along side the snowflake strips, wrapped and tied my gate card shut with ribbons and used ribbon to dangle the buttons. My image is one of the fun new stamps, Here Comes Winter by Artish. It is available at Michelle's Scrapbooking and More.
I made my snowflake embellie by building layers glittering and a jewel. Stitched all around the card. I added glittered snowflakes to the ribbon and bow. The image is water colored and another punched glittered snowflake added. My sentiment is from DeeDee's Digis. Now the team has lots of fun inspiration for you so be sure to check them out then come play with us

SU & Colorbok Paper
Silver and Iridescent Stickles
Four different MS snowflake punches
Misc buttons and jewel

Entering challenges:
Just Us Girls: Gate Card
Delightful Challenges: Winter Weather
Mark's Finest Papers: Snowflakes
Ellephantastic: Butterfly/Christmas
Crazy 4 Challenges: Christmas
Crafty Calender: Snowflakes
If the Shoe fits...Scrap it: Handmade snowflake
Really Reasonable Ribbon: Christmas
Creative Inspirations: Christmassy wintery
Drunken Stampers: Stitching
Sew Many Cards: Blue & White
Stamp Man: Christmas
Stamp and Create: Christmas
Flourishes Timeless Tuesday: Christmas Card
ABC Christmas: Winter Wonderland

Tuesday, November 16, 2010


At Tuesday Throwdown we want you to get out all your buttons and bows and show them off. Our sponsor is DeeDee's Digis. I just love this new Christmas set, Beauty of the Season. You will have to go take a look. The three small poinsettias are actually a corner that I cut apart. I decided to do a non traditional Christmas color. Actually Purple is such a royal color I think it should be our color for Christmas. After all the whole reason for Christmas is to celebrate the birth of Christ and He is our soon and coming King.
My camera doesn't have enough zoom power so I took a couple closer up pics. I decided I would do a fun gift pocket. I cut two triangle pieces to form the pocket and punched the top. The white was embossed, antiqued with purple chalk and then stitched on the front. Next the Basic Grey print was pleated and stitched on. After I gathered the lace I sandwiched it between back and front and stitched together. I wove ribbon thru my buttons and then attached. I reinforced the holes and attached the white ribbon to hang it by. I cut a couple layers and attached one of the small poinsettias for the tag. The poinsettias were all water colored, glittered and then cut out and layered. Lastly I attached some beads to the bottom.
You can see the flowers are layered and glittered in this photo
Embossing folder
MS looped punch & Fiskers eyelet punch
Basic Grey print & Misc paper
Purple & gold Stickles
Hand dyed seam binding & Ofray satin
Misc lace, beads and buttons

Entering Challenges:
Our Daily Bread Designs: Anything but a card
Cupcake's Creations Color: Beautiful Photo inspiration...purples
Lollipop Crafts: Girly
Simon Says Stamp & Show: What makes you happy...FLOWERS!!
Pollycraft Monday: Glittery Christmas
Cute Card Thursday: Anything goes
Shelly's Images: Christmasy
PaperPlay: Ribbon, lace and flowers
Fun With Shapes: A hanger
No Time to Stamp: Non Christmas colors
The Secret Crafter: Sparkle & Shine
Bee Crafty: A digi and Christmas
Character Cafe: Embossing
Fresh Brewed: Show off your style.. flowers & more is better
Crafty Ann's: Non traditional Christmas colours
Stamp Something: Use a digi
Tip Top Tuesday: Buttons Galore

Monday, November 15, 2010

The Crazy Challenge/ Thank You or Thanksgiving

Since Thanksgiving is quickly approaching I thought I would get a few cards done for family. I'm usually a more is better person but thought I would give C&S a try. I thought this was a perfect image to use full of life giving fruit. The image of bounty was water colored and cut out. I don't know the name of it. Cut and embossed the black to mount it on. I cut the front more narrow and added a thin black strip.
Stampin Up paper
Dotted Swiss Folder
Spellbinders # 10 Nestie

For Challenges:
The Crazy Challenge: Thanksgiving
Stampin' Sisters in Christ: John3:30 That He may increase and I might decrease
ABC: Holidays
The Shabby Tea Room: Thankful for??
Ann's Creative Nook: Theme of Thankfulness
Character Cafe: Embossing
Fun at Fairy Knoll: Falling Leaves...Look closely to see fall leaves in my image
Aud Sentiment: Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Cupcakes' Creations Color Challenge/Color Inspiration

This post is the card I have made for my Sweet sisters birthday. Today is her birthday and her anniversary. I am so blessed to have a sister who is and has always been one my greatest supporter. Shannon has always encouraged my in every endeavor of my life. She is one of the those selfless giving people always putting others ahead of herself. Hope you are also blessed to have one of those awesome sisters!!

I made the fan flower put a center and a button, gathered the lace and attached together. Stitched around the whole card. The flourish was run thru dotted swiss folder and then the dots were covered with stickles. Cut out my sentiment with the nestie 16 and stickled it also.Supplies:
SU & DC Designs paper
Maya Rd Flourish
Hand dyed ribbon
Fiskers punch
Spellbinders Label #16 nestie
Misc buttons, punches & lace

Fits Challenges:
Cupcakes's Creations Color Challenge:
Paper Play: Ribbon, lace & flowers
Crafty Purple Frog: Sparkle
Delightful Challenges: Glitter it up
Fab N' Funky: Going in Circles
Passionately Artistic: Toot your horn
Paper Issues: Scallops
Fresh Brewed: Two or more design papers
Crafts and Me: Glitter
Sisterhood of Crafters: Birthday