Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Star Light, Star Bright

Happy Tuesday!  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin.  For my card, I used the Stamp set called Merriest Christmas.  It's so crazy to think that we are just over a month away from Christmas, and guess what?  This year I am "one of those people" doing early decorating.  With Thanksgiving being so late this year, I am all about "checking those boxes" and getting as much done as I can, but I am being leisurely about it, so no stress!

Now, back to my card.....


I began by cutting down a sheet of Sea Glass card stock to 4 x 5.25, then used the Rectangle Peek-a-Boo Window die from MFT to cut the center.  Once my card panel was ready, I used the Snow Flurry stencil from MFT, along with some Glitter Gel from Gina K.  I really love the shine that it gives in real life.  Next, I stamped the adorable snowman onto 80lb. Neenah Solar White card stock, colored him with Copic markers and used a white gel pen to add some polka dots to the present.  I used the rectangle die once more to cut out the snowman, giving him a perfect fit within the card panel.

The sentiment is white heat-embossed onto black card stock and then popped up on the card base with foam squares.  I used a narrow strip of patterned paper to give the card a little pop of color beneath the sentiment.  I then adhered the card panel onto Lapis card stock by Hero Arts.  I thought the card still needed a little somethin-somethin, so I scattered a "flurry" of shiny gemstones around the card.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Merriest Christmas - The Project Bin
Snow Flurry stencil - My Favorite Things
Glitter Gel - Gina K Designs
Rectangle Peek-a-Boo Window - My Favorite Things
Sea Glass card stock - Simon Says Stamp
Lapis card stock - Hero Arts
Foam Squares
Gemstones
White Gel Pen

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

You Were Born to Stand Out

It's Tuesday, so that means it's time to share another card for The Project Bin.  For today's card, I used a sentiment from the stamp set called Spencer's Set.

Here is my card:


I stamped the sentiment onto 80lb. Neenah Solar White card stock and created a frame using a puzzle piece die from Taylored Expressions.  I cut the puzzle piece from 5 different colors of card stock and also one from patterned paper.  My thought was to add one puzzle piece that is different from the rest to "stand out" as the quote conveys.  Once my frame was complete, I added it to a black A2 card base and rounded the bottom corners.

Have a great week!

Supplies Used:
Spencer's Set - The Project Bin
Puzzle Piece - Taylored Expressions
Heart Paper - Sweet Stack 6x6 - My Favorite Things
Misc. Card stock
Corner Rounder

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

The Right Shoes

Hello again!  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin using the stamp set called Wise Women.  There are some great quotes in this set, especially this one.  We, women, love our shoes!

I had the perfect patterned paper to complement this quote, so I used it as my background.  I stamped the sentiment onto white card stock, used a flower die as a frame and finished off the card with a twine bow.



Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Wise Women - The Project Bin
Shaker Flower - My Favorite Things
Fashionista patterned paper - Echo Park
Twine

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Pumpkin Kisses

Happy almost-Halloween!  I've really been loving Fall lately, the color changes, the cooler temps, it's been simply beautiful here... just not ready for what's coming next!  So, let's not even go there!  Let's "talk" card-making!

I am sharing a card today for The Project Bin using a stamp set called Pumpkin Spice.  Recently, I've been of a "use my stash" mindset, so it's been kind of fun using patterned papers again.  I haven't been using patterned paper as much since I haven't worked on any scrapbook pages in quite some time.  Definitely need to get back on that bandwagon, too!

Here is my card for today:


Pretty simple.  Just 3 different papers, all from Doodlebug Designs, combined to create the card base. I stamped the sentiment onto Neenah Solar White, then used a stitched rectangle die to frame it.  To finish off the card, I fussy-cut 2 of the pumpkins from the same paper and popped them up with foam squares.  Easy Peasy!

Thank you for stopping by and have a great week!

Supplies Used:
Pumpkin Spice - The Project Bin
Candy Carnival - Doodlebug 6x6
BooVille - Doodlebug 6x6
Boos & Brews Doodlebug 6x6
Stitched Rectangle - Lawn Fawn

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Eat Sail Sleep Repeat

It's Tuesday! That means it's time to share another card for The Project Bin.  For today's card, I used the stamp set called Anchors Away.

Here is my card:


I really like this color combination for nautical cards, so fun and vibrant.  Also, this card is pretty typical of how I scrapbook as well.  I have always loved mixing patterned papers together, stripes with dots, dots with plaid, etc.  If it matches, works well together, and is colorful, I am all about it!  I really need to use patterned paper more on my cards... some might say that my craft room is a fire hazard as I have so much of it!  But that's okay, my theory is... whoever dies with the most paper, wins! 😉

I started my card with the background panel by mixing a striped paper with a dotted paper, as mentioned above.  To separate the 2 patterned papers, I ran a strip of very narrow washi tape between them to give it more of a finished look.  Next, I stamped the sentiment onto blue raspberry cardstock using VersaFine Onyx black ink and then I heat-embossed it with clear embossing powder to give it more of a bright, glossy look.  Then, I dusted off a very old, yet well-loved, Quickutz die called Heart in Circle.  It reminded me of a ship window, so I tried to embrace that idea.  I die cut the shape 3 times and stacked them together, then added the silver gems around it for a finishing touch.

I still thought the card need just a little something, so I added the waves in aqua and navy at the bottom of the card for a little more interest.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Anchors Away - The Project Bin
Heart in Circle (dotted circle) - Quickutz
Wave die - Sweet 'n Sassy
Patterned Paper - Doodlebug Stars & Stripes
Silver gems - Hobby Lobby
Blue Raspberry card stock - MFT 
Blue Jay card stock - Lawn Fawn
Washi tape
VersaFine Onyx Black ink
Clear Embossing Powder - Hero Arts

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

There's Too Much Space Between Us

Hello!  I have another card to share today for The Project Bin using a stamp/die and sentiment from the stamp set called Milky Way.

Here is my card:


I started with the background panel.  I used a cover die on 5 different colors of card stock.  I cut the first one from white and then used the die cut inlay technique with the 4 other colors.  The cute, little martian is heat-embossed with platinum embossing powder, then cut out using the coordinating die that is included in this set.  I cut the shape four times.  For the bottom 3 layers, I used black card stock and then adhered them together for a stacked look.  This is a great way to pop it off of the busy background and set it apart a bit.

Next, came the sentiment, which is white heat-embossed onto black card stock.  For the finishing touch, a scattering of small stars to give it a bit of a galaxy look.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Milky Way - The Project Bin
Shining Star cover die - Taylored Expressions
Platinum embossing powder - Hero Arts
Misc. card stock

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

The Best is You

Hello and Happy Tuesday!  I am sharing another card today featuring a sentiment stamp and die from The Project Bin.  This sentiment (and the coordinating heart die) is from a stamp set called In My Heart.

Here is my card....



I started with a panel of Tim Holtz watercolor paper and blended 6 colors of distress oxides, then gave it a spritz with water and dabbed it with a paper towel.  I used a cover die from Altenew called Dainty Blooms and cut it using white card stock, then used it as an overlay over the rainbow colored background.  The sentiment is black heat embossed onto pink card stock and I used the heart die that is included in this set to cut the heart shape.  I didn't want the heart to get lost on the busy background, so I cut a circle from vellum and the popped up the heart on the circle using foam squares to create more of a focal point.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
In My Heart - The Project Bin
Dainty Blooms - Altenew
Watercolor card panel - Tim Holtz
Distress Oxides - Picked Raspberry, Carved Pumpkin, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Peacock Feathers & Wilted Violet
Circle Die
Vellum
Neenah Solar White 110 lb. for card base

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Happy BEElated Birthday (card #2)

Hello there!  As promised, I am back with card #2 using "The Gratest" stamp set from The Project Bin.  Once again, I used the bumblebee to create a background.  This time using yellow ink and only stamping the bottom half of the panel.  Again, I used rainbow colors for the word "happy" because who doesn't love a colorful card?  I stamped, and white heat embossed,  the sentiment onto black card stock, cut it into a strip, and used the strip to separate the busy background from the upper background of white.  For the finishing touch, a few colorful sequins to add a little bling!


Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
The Gratest - The Project Bin
Caps Lock Happy - Taylored Expressions
Sunkissed Ink - Altenew
Neenah Solar White card stock
Misc. card stock scraps for letters
Sequins - Amethyst, Fairytale Fuchsia & Ocean Spray - Pretty Pink Posh

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Happy BEElated Birthday!

Just buzzing by today to share another card for The Project Bin using a stamp set called The Gratest.  Shhhh!  I actually created 2 cards, but I am going to save one of them for next week!  If you love "punny" cards like I do, you need to check out this adorable stamp set.

For my card, I used the cute little bumblebee and stamped the image randomly to create my background.  I used black ink for all of the bees and then threw in a pop of color with the sentiment as a focal point.


For the "HAPPY", I used a die to cut the letters and then die cut them again in rainbow colors, then popped them into the negative spaces.  I used a "wonky" die to frame my card panel, then adhered it to a yellow card base, added a few sequins and VOILA!  Be sure to "tune in" next week for bumblebee card #2!

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
The Gratest - The Project Bin
Caps Lock Happy - Taylored Expressions
Wonky Stitched Rectangle Stax - MFT
Misc. card stock scraps
Sparkling Clear sequins - Pretty Pink Posh

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Happy Pumpkin Spice Season!

Hello again! I have another card to share today for The Project Bin.  Since we now are in the throws of "pumpkin spice season", I just had to make a card to honor said occasion!  LoL.

For my card, I used the stamp set, appropriately named, "Pumpkin Spice".  I stamped the cute, little spice jar repeatedly over my card panel to create the background using 4 different colors of inks.  I used 2 different circle dies to cut the center as a window and then stamped and white heat-embossed the pumpkin onto my brown card base to be seen through the window. To finish off the card, I stamped the sentiment with VersaMark onto black card stock and also embossed it with white embossing powder.



Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Pumpkin Spice - The Project Bin
Stitched Circl Stax - MFT
Peek-a-Boo Circle Windows - MFT
Stitched Rectangle - MFT Stax 1
Inks - Coral Reef, Grass Green, Sweet Mango - Gina K; Mocha - Altenew

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Harvest Wishes

Welcome back to another Project Bin Tuesday!  Today, I am sharing a card using one of their newer sets called Pumpkin Spice.  It's the perfect set for all those Pumpkin Spice lovers out there, you know who you are!

Here is my card:


I started with ink blending 3 different colors of distress oxides onto a panel of Kraft card stock.  Then I placed the stencil over the background and used the same colors of distress oxides over the stencil.  This gave the leaves a soft look so the sentiment could remain the focal point.  For the sentiment, I stamped it using VersaFine Black Onyx ink and then clear embossed it to make it more bold and give it some shine.  Next, I used a rectangle die to cut the panel and used the same die again to create the white frame.  For the finishing touch, a scattering of Fall colored gemstones.

Thank you for stopping by!

Pumpkin Spice - The Project Bin
Falling Leaves stencil - Newton's Nook Designs
Dotted Details - Mama Elephant
Distress Oxides
Gemstones

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Handmade Cards...

Hello again!  I am back again with a new card for The Project Bin.  I am using a brand new stamp set called Keepsake.  The sentiment in this set really sums up the reason that we make and send handmade cards, so I figured I would do exactly what this message embodies - make a card that the recipient will be able to display - because you can't do that with an email or Facebook post!  Right?

Here is my card:



I began by stamping the sentiment onto black card stock using embossing ink and then melted the white embossing powder with my heat gun.  Next, I cut out the white floral frame.  I had to snip a couple little clusters off as it was covering part of the sentiment.  I used one of my favorite techniques to complete this card - die cut inlay.  So easy and totally-fool-proof!  I used scraps from my "scrap bin" in a variety of bright, cheery colors and inlaid them into the negative spaces.  Here's hoping to see this on the mantle of somebody somewhere!

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Keepsake - The Project Bin
Outline Floral Frame - Simon Says Stamp
Misc. Card stock scraps
Black Licorice card stock - Lawn Fawn
Neenah Solar White 80 lb. & 110 lb.

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Hello Pumpkin!

Happy Tuesday!  There's been a hint of Fall in the air lately with the cooler temperatures and that definitely got me excited me to use this brand new stamp set from The Project Bin called Pumpkin Spice.  I love the pumpkins in this set as they can be made Fall-like or Halloween-y.  I think in the future, it might be fun to draw some faces on these and make a Halloween card.  They are just too cute.

For my card today, I stamped the pumpkins repeatedly using distress oxides onto Kraft card stock.  I like the way the oxides sit on top of the paper, instead of soaking into the paper like dye inks.   Because they sit on top, I didn't lose any of the brightness in the colors.  The colors are just as bright as they would have been if I would have stamped them onto white card stock.  I need to remember to use Kraft more often!

Here's a peek at the card:


When I finished stamping the background panel, I used a rectangle frame die to cut the thin rectangle from the panel, then I cut another one out of white card stock and added it back into the negative space.  This helped to frame, and draw your eye in, to the sentiment making it a focal point.  Next, I white heat-embossed the sentiment onto black card stock and popped it up with foam tape for dimension.  To finish off the card, a little bit of bling with some sequins.


Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Pumpkin Spice - The Project Bin
Frames Die - Simon Says Stamp
Distress Oxides - Carved Pumpkin, Mowed Lawn
Card Stock - Neenah Kraft, Neenah Solar White
Sparkling Clear Sequins - Pretty Pink Posh

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Don't Let Me Melt!

Happy Tuesday to you!  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin using the stamp set called Merriest Wishes.  I know I just used this set a couple weeks ago, but this snowman is just too stinkin' adorable,  I couldn't resist!

I started with my background.  I used 3 different colors of distress oxides onto a panel of Bristol Smooth card stock.  I just love how easy the oxides blend... and even extra seamless on the Bristol paper!  Next, I used the snowflake cover plate to cut out the top layer for the card using Neenah Solar White card stock.  I wanted to add a border to frame the panel, so I used the Framed Tag Park Avenue from Mama Elephant and stacked 4 of them together.  I cut 3 in black and 1 in white.  I think the black creates a bit of a shadow and separates the panel from the background a bit.

The sentiment was white-heat embossed on black card stock and the left side is cut at a slant.  Once I had the sentiment in place, it was time to color this cutie patootie snowman.  I just love his little smile!  I used Copic markers to colors him and then added Glossy Accents to his carrot nose and the pom pom on his hat.

For the finishing touch, a scattering of sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.




Supplies Used:
Merriest Wishes - The Project Bin
Snowflake Fusion - My Favorite Things
Framed Tags Park Avenue - Mama Elephant
Bristol Smooth card stock
Neenah Solar White 80 & 110 lb.
Copic Markers
Distress Oxides - Blueprint Sketch
Salty Ocean
Peacock Feathers
Blue Lagoon & Bermuda Blue Sequins - Pretty Pink Posh
Glossy Accents




Tuesday, August 13, 2019

You're So Speshell

Hello again!  There's just something about "punny" sentiments that I love and this set does not disappoint!  For my card today, I used a stamp set from The Project Bin called Love Your Shellfie.  There is also a new addition to this stamp set, a coordinating die to cut out the turtle, which I love!


I started this card by using the Starburst Cover Plate to cut my background panel from white card stock.  Then I did something really dumb!  I used the die again to cut the rainbow paper and then used the die cut inlay technique to fill the negative spaces with the rainbow-themed paper.  Why was that dumb?  Well, I'll tell you.... all I needed to do was simply put it behind the white panel.  Duh!!!!  See, you're never too old to learn. 😉  I ended up cutting the white background 2 more times and then stacked the 3 of them together.  I really like the dimension that that created, even though is doesn't really show in the photo.

Next, I stamped the turtle and sentiment, and colored him using Copic markers.  I used a circle die to cut that out and then popped it up onto the card panel using foam squares.  That helped to create more of a focal point on my card.

For the finishing touch, bling, cuz we all gotta have a little bling!

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Love Your Shellfie - The Project BinStarburst Cover Plate - Sugar Pea Designs
Rainbow Stripe paper - The Paper Studio
Copic Markers
Rhinestone Gems



Tuesday, August 6, 2019

New Milky Way Stamp Set

Hello there!  Another week, another new stamp set!   Today, I am sharing a card using another new stamp set from The Project Bin called Milky Way.   Lots of great sentiments and, of course, an adorable alien (and he comes with a matching die, too!)

I began my card by creating a galaxy-themed background.  I used a variety of colors of distress ink onto watercolor card stock, then went over it using Chipped Sapphire and Black Soot distress inks, sprayed with water using a distress sprayer and then dabbed with a paper towel.  Once everything was dry, I put a dab of Copic Opaque White and a little bit of water onto an acrylic block, mixed it up, then flicked it onto the card base to create the look of stars.

 Here is the card...


I used a cell phone die to create the phone, then added 2 sentiments from the Milky Way set onto the chat bubbles.  The alien was stamped using purple ink, then I added a bit of extra color to him using colored pencils, then gave him some fun googly eyes!  Next, I added the glittery half circle to the bottom of the card base.  I was going for the look of a planet or something, not too sure if I succeeded or not!  LoL!

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great week!

Supplies Used:
Milky Way - The Project Bin
Smart Phone - My Favorite Things
Stitched Rectangles - Simon Says Stamp
Prismacolor Pencils
Watercolor Card Stock - Tim Holtz
Distress Inks - Black Soot, Chipped Sapphire, Peacock Feathers, Picked Raspberry, Dusty Concord
Glitter Card Stock - DCWV
Misc. Card Stock scraps
Googly Eyes

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Merriest Christmas

Hello there!  In honor of Christmas in July and a brand new stamp & die set from The Project Bin called Merriest Wishes, I have a fun card to share today....




Isn't this snowman the cutest?  And he spins, too!  When I saw his dangling little feet, I just knew he needed to be dangling from a card, too!  He is a simple little guy to color, since he is white already, and he couldn't be any easier to cut out since he comes with a matching die as well!  I did add some light blue highlights around the snow to give him just a little bit of color.  I used colored pencils to color him and used a white Signo pen to add the dots on the present.  I just realized that I forgot to color the pom pom on his hat... ooops! I also cut him out a second time and reversed it to create a backer so I could sandwich the clear thread between the layers.

I made the background using the Grace Layer Set from Birch Press Designs cutting the 3 layers in shades of white, green and red, then I adhered them together and placed them onto a turquoise card panel.

The sentiment is heat embossed in white, and is one of the many great sentiments in this set.  Just before putting this card into an envelope, be sure to spin the snowman around about 20 times or so, then when the recipient opens the card, the snowman will spin like there's no tomorrow!  Always a fun surprise!

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Merriest Christmas - The Project Bin
Grace Layer Set - Birch Press Designs
Prismacolor pencils
Neenah Solar White 80lb.
Chili Pepper card stock - Lawn Fawn
Kiwi card stock - Hero Arts
Turquoise card stock - Hobby Lobby
Black Licorice card stock - My Favorite Things




Tuesday, July 23, 2019

I Dig You!

Happy Tuesday!  I have a groovy card to share today for The Project Bin.  For my card, I used the stamp set called Kinda Pawsome.  This set is geared to being dog-themed, but I gave it a bit of a new spin.....  Not only can "I dig you"  relate to dogs in a "punny" way, it can also take you back to the 1970's!  LoL.  That is, if you are a disco queen, like me!  In my opinion, the best music is from the 70's!  Now, back to my card.....

I used some retro-looking patterned paper for my background to give it that "groovy" feel and white heat-embossed the sentiment onto black card stock. I stacked the smile die cut twice (the bottom layer in black for some shadow) for a bit of dimension and used a stitched rectangle die to frame the panel.  I adhered the panel onto a purple card base and finished it off with a little bling!



Thank you for stopping by!  Have a groovy week!

Supplies Used:
Kinda Pawsome - The Project Bin
All Smiles - My Favorite Things
Stax 2 Stitched Rectangles - My Favorite Things
Patterned Paper - Ella & Viv  Paper Company by Reminisce

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

You're Hot!

Hello again!  I am sharing another card today for The Project Bin.  For this card, I used the stamp set called You're the Gratest. (misspelled intentionally, as it is a "punny" stamp set!)

I used Neenah Kraft card stock for my card panel and randomly stamped the fire extinguishers in 4 different colors of distress oxides - Ripe Persimmon, Festive Berries, Carved Pumpkin and Candied Apple. I tried to go with the colors of fire as my color palette.  I used a stitched rectangle die and cut out the Kraft panel and also a panel in white.  I stacked them both together and made a diagonal cut through both of them at the same time.  This allowed them to fit together perfectly for a 4.25"x5.5" card base.


I adhered the panel to a black, top-folding card base, then added to orange and turquoise strips for a little pop of color. I embossed the sentiment using white embossing powder, then added some orange and red 3mm gemstones for the finishing touch.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
You're the Gratest - The Project Bin
Stitched Rectangle - MFT Rectangle Stax 2
Distress Oxides -  Ripe Persimmon, Festive Berries, Carved Pumpkin & Candied Apple
Neenah Kraft & Neenah Solar White card stocks
3mm red and orange gemstones

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

The Best is You

Hello again!  I am sharing another card today for The Project Bin.  For this card, I used the stamp set called In My Heart.

I began by scoring a 8.5 x 4.25 sheet of craft card stock in half to use as my card base and then cut the front panel of hearts with a Reverse Confetti die called All Heart Cover Panel Confetti Cuts.  I've always liked how well the colors of kraft and white go together, so clean and simple, yet gives it a little pop too.


I stamped the sentiment onto green card stock using the heart die that also comes with this stamp set.  I place it onto the yellow stitched rectangle, tied the twine into a bow and used foam squares to pop it up onto the card base.  For the finishing touch, a little scattering of 3mm gemstones... because we all need a little "fancy" in our lives!

Have a great week!

Supplies Used:
In My Heart - The Project Bin
All Heart Cover Panel Confetti Cuts - Reverse Confetti
Stitched Rectangle - My Favorite Things Rectangle Stax
Kraft Card Stock - Neenah
Solar White Card Stock - Neenah
Green & Yellow Card Stock
Red Twine
3mm Gemstones
Foam Squares - Gina K

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Too Many Dogs? Never!

Hello again!   I am posting today's blog entry straight from my ark.  Just kidding.  Although with all this rain we've been getting in my neck of the woods, I totally understand how Noah felt! LoL.  All this rain has definitely given me some guilt-free time in my craft room though!

My card for today showcases a sentiment from The Project Bin that I think was made just for me!  It is from the stamp set called Kinda Pawsome.  I am one of the world's biggest dog lovers, so this stamp set is definitely one of my favorites.

I began by cutting six 2x2 squares from Kiwi and Paradise card stocks, then cut the cute puppy on each of the squares using a die from SSS.  Next, I cute 6 more from black card stock, then filled in the negative spaces with the black.  I adhered everything to a sheet of printer paper to start since I wasn't sure yet what color my card base was going to be.  That was also helpful since the size of my card turned out to be an odd size.  Once everything was assembled, my card panel measured 4.25 x 6, so I cut my card base acoordingly to give it a 1/8 border all around.  I stamped the sentiment using VersaFine Onyx Black ink and then clear-embossed it to make it a little more bold.  I popped up the sentiment in the center using foam squares and adhered the panel to a yellow card base.




Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Kinda Pawsome - The Project Bin
Peeking Pup - Simon Says Stamp
Card Stock - Hero Hues Kiwi & Paradise
Ink - VersaFine Onyx Black
Hero Arts Clear Embossing Powder
Gina K Foam Squares

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

My Favorite Place

Hello!  I have another colorful card to share today featuring a stamp set from The Project Bin called In My Heart.  This stamp set comes with many heartfelt sentiments, 2 adorable heart stamps, a heart die and also an xoxo die.


For the card base, I used a stitched scallop die near the bottom of the white card stock, then added the turquoise card stock at the bottom.  I stamped the xoxo with VersaFine Onyx Black ink and used a new die from Taylored Expressions to cut from black card stock.  I used the die several more times cutting from a variety bright colored card stock, then adhered the card stock strips in rainbow order into the negative spaces.

To finish off the card, I stamped the main sentiment onto lime green card stock and made it into a heart using the heart die that came with this set..  I also cut 2 additional hearts to stack them for some dimension and then used foam squares to pop it up on the card and rounded the bottom corners.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
In My Heart - The Project Bin
Better Half Cutting Plates - Taylored Expressions
Stitched Scallop Basic Edges 2 - My Favorite Things
VersaFine Onyx Black ink
Foam Squares - Gina K Designs
Neenah Solar White 80 lb. card stock
Misc. colored card stock
Corner rounder




Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Smile, I Turtley Adore You!

Welcome back!  Today is Tuesday, so that means its time to share another card featuring The Project Bin.  Today, I chose to use the stamp set called Love Your Shellfie.  I just love this cute, little turtle and there are also so many "punny" sentiments with this set as well.


I started my card by using a stitched rectangle die to frame the front panel.  I used the Smile word die from MFT at the bottom of the panel, then stamped the turtle as if he was standing on it.  That helped to ground him, because I've ever seen a floating turtle, LoL.  I used the Smile word die 5 more times and cut out the individual letters in various colors of patterned paper and then inlaid them into the negative spaces.  To color the turtle, I picked out some blues, greens and yellows from my always-growing collection of Copic markers, so he would coordinate with the patterned papers.  To add a little bit of whimsy to him, I gave him some polka dots using a white gel pen.

Next came the sentiment.  I used one of the sentiments that is also included in this set and white heat embossed it onto black card stock, then popped it up using foam squares.  To complete the card, I added some Glossy Accents to the hearts a little bit of bling for the finishing touch!

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Love Your Shellfie - The Project Bin
Smile die - My Favorite Things
Itsy Bitsy Polka Dots 6x6 Paper - My Favorite Things
Rectangle Stax 1 die - My Favorite Things
Copic markers
Glossy Accents
Foam squares
Sakura White Signo pen
Gemstones



Tuesday, May 28, 2019

You're Beautiful

Happy Tuesday, everyone!  I hope your Memorial Day was a great one.  I spent mine in Ohio and it was a picture perfect day for sure. I am thrilled to officially be in Summer mode!

I am sharing another card for The Project Bin today using the #BFF set for the sentiment.   In case you haven't noticed, I am still on a die cut inlay kick. I really love that this technique is so versatile, is a great way to use scraps and is also a great way to mass produce a card design. You DO need a little bit of patience though, but the outcome is so worth it.

Here is my card:


I began by using a stitched rectangle frame die to cut my card panel, then chose the plaid background paper.  I picked an array of rainbow colors to match the colors of the plaid and used the Tumbled Heart Collage die from Poppy to cut the design from 6 different colors of card stock, then adhered the hearts into the negative spaces.

Lastly, I added the sentiment.  I think this sentiment is perfect for an encouragement card.  We all need a little "pick me up" sometimes and it's always nice to know that someone cares.  Who wouldn't love to get a card from their friend and be called beautiful too?  Win-Win!

Have a great week and Happy Summer!
Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
#BFF - The Project Bin
Rectangle Stax 2 - My Favorite Things
Tumbled Heart Collage - Poppy
Perfectly Plaid 6x6 paper pad - Lawn Fawn
Neenah Solar White 80 lb.
Neenah Solar White 110 lb.
Misc. card stock
VersaFine Onyx Black ink

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Friendship

Hello! Today, I have a card to share using a sentiment stamp set from The Project Bin called #bff.  This set has some great sentiments, perfect sayings for your bff to let them know how special they are to you!

Here is my card:


I used a Hibiscus flower die for the large image and used different colors of patterned paper to inlay the pieces back into the negative spaces.  This is one of my favorite techniques.  I used a stitched rectangle frame die to cut the panel, stamped the beautiful sentiment and then adhered the front panel to a black card base.  For the finishing touch, I added some crystal sequins for a little pizzazz!

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
#bff - The Project Bin
Hibiscus Frame - Simon Says Stamp
Stax 2 Rectangles - My Favorite Things
6x6 Party Patterns - My Favorite Things
Crystal sequins - Darice

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Birthday Wishes

Hello!  Today, I am sharing another card using the newest stamp set from The Project Bin.  The stamp set is called Birthday Girl.  As always, lots of sweet sentiments in this one.

I started with the background.  Lots of die-cutting!  There are 2 die cut pieces per flower that are stacked together.  The bottom layer in turquoise, and the top layer in a pale yellow.  I scattered the cut flowers randomly on the base layer and then adhered the sentiment which was cut using a speech bubble die.

Once everything was in place, I felt that the background still needed "a little something".  After a bit of pondering,  I decided to add the black dots to the background with a black marker.  I like how that filled in the white space and also helped to bring the black together.



Be sure to check out all of the other great birthday sentiments in this stamp set.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Birthday Girl - The Project Bin
Layer It Daisy - Taylored Expressions
Life Bubble Vertical 2 - Simon Says Stamp
Neenah 80 lb. card stock
Misc. colored card stock
American Crafts Precision Pen
VersaFine Onyx Black ink

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

My Friends Are My Estate

Hello there.  I hope your week is off to a great start.  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin using a sentiment that is from the stamp set called #bff.  I really love the clean, graphic look of this sentiment.

This card showcases one of my most favorite techniques.... die cut inlay.   So many different looks can be achieved simply by changing the colors.  You could go with a rainbow theme, a monochromatic theme or a multi-colored look like I did for my card.  I really like how the bright colors pop against the white background.

To get started, I used a background die from Taylored Expressions called Folksy Flowers and cut it from white card stock, then I used a stitched rectangle die to frame the panel.  Then came the fun part..... bringing the panel to life by adding all of the negative pieces back onto the card by using different colors of card stock.  This is also a great die for using up the never-ending card stock scraps that we all collect!


Once I had all of the pieces glued in place, I stamped the sentiment in black ink, then adhered the panel to the card base.

Thank you for stopping by.  Have a great week!

Supplies Used:
#bff - The Project Bin
Folksy Flowers - Taylored Expressions
Stitched Rectangle Stax 1 - My Favorite Things
Neenah Solar White 80 & 100 lb. card stock
Misc. card stock scraps

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

A Magnificent Day

Hello again! Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin.  I am using a brand new stamp set called Birthday Girl.  This set is filled with so many great birthday sentiments, and even includes a half-birthday sentiment, which I can't wait to use and surprise a special someone with a half-birthday card!

Here is my card for this week...


I found this multi-colored crochet thread at Hobby Lobby and I just 'had to have it"!  Fun, bright colors always draw me in.  I used a stitched heart die that pierced the holes and then did some stitching with the crochet thread.  Thank you to Nichol Spohr for this idea.  Even though the sentiment on this card is from the Birthday Girl stamp set, I really like that it can also be used for an "any occasion" type of card.

Thank you for stopping by.  Have a great week!

Supplies Used:
Birthday Girl - The Project Bin
Pinking Layers - Waffle Flower
Stitched Hearts - Waffle Flower
Crochet Thread - Hobby Lobby
Card Stock - Hobby Lobby

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Turtley Adore You

Hello again!  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin using one of their brand new stamp sets.  It's called Love Your Shellfie and it contains an adorable, little turtle along with some very "punny" sentiments.  It really is an adorable set!

Here is my card:


I stamped the turtle and colored this cute, little guy using Copic markers.  Then, using a white gel pen, I added the polka dots to the hearts.  I created a very simple "scene" using a grass die cut to ground him and the sweet clouds to add to the playfulness of the turtle.  The clouds are stacked for a bit of dimension.  I finished off the card with the sentiment, heat-embossed in white onto black card stock, and then added the rainbow-striped paper to add a little pop of color.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Love Your Shellfie - The Project Bin
Perfectly Plaid 6x6 paper - Lawn Fawn
Really Rainbow 6x6 paper - Lawn Fawn
Grassy Fields die - My Favorite Things
Happy Clouds dies - Simon Says Stamp
Stitched Arch Stax - My Favorite Things
Stitched Rectangle die - My Favorite Things
Copic Markers - YG03, YG05, YG07, RV21, RV23
Neenah Solar White 110lb.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Love Completes the Puzzle

Happy Tuesday!  That means it is time to share another card for The Project Bin.  For this week's card, I decided to use Spencer's Set again in honor of Autism Awareness month.

My background was created by blending 3 colors of distress inks onto watercolor paper and then spritzing droplets of water onto the panel, then lifting the water with a paper towel.  I really like the distressed look the water droplets create.  Once it was dry, I used a puzzle die to make my background into a puzzle, I thought it would coordinate well with the Autism puzzle logo.  When I assembled the puzzle pieces onto the black card stock, I purposely left a little gap between the pieces.  When I placed the pieces perfectly back together, it was really difficult to see that the background was a puzzle.  The little gaps make it easier to notice that the background is made up of puzzle pieces.

I stamped and colored the puzzle heart with colored pencils, then cut it out using the coordinating heart die that can be found in the In My Heart set.  I white-heat embossed the sentiment onto black card stock, and then cut one side into a fishtail banner, then adhered to the card.  For the finishing touch, an array of matching sequins for a decorative element.



Supplies Used:
Spencer's Set - The Project Bin
In My Heart - The Project Bin
Puzzle Cover Up - My Favorite Things
Distress Inks - Picked Raspberry, Mustard Seed & Spiced Marmalade
Black Licorice Card Stock - My Favorite Things
Watercolor Paper
Colored Pencils
Neenah Solar White 110 lb. card stock
Pink Lemonade Sequins - Neat & Tangled

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Autism Awareness

Hello again.  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin.  Today is Autism Awareness Day and the month of April is Autism Awareness Month, so to promote Autism Awareness, I used the stamp set called Spencer's Set.  A portion of the profits from sales of this set will be donated to the Autism Research Institute.  The Project Bin is also having a sale on this set for the month of April for only $5 (no limit), or it can even be yours FREE with a $60 order.

This card seems to be shouting Spring!, doesn't it?  Well, my mind says Spring, the calendar says Spring.... the outdoors?  Not so much!  My fingers are crossed, though, that it will happen sometime soon!

The heart was stamped onto 80lb. Neenah Solar White paper and colored with Copic markers.  I used 2 shades of each color for a bit of shadow.  Then, I cut out the heart with a coordinating heart die that can be found in the In My Heart set. I also cut 3 more hearts in black to stack them under the colored heart for dimension. I just happened to find the perfect patterned paper to coordinate with my stamped image, added it to the left side of the card, then used a stitched scallop die to trim down the white panel.  I, then, added the quote by Dr. Seuss to complete my card.



Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Spencer's Set - The Project Bin
In My Heart - The Project Bin
Scallop Stitches - Simon Says Stamp
Stitched Circles - Simon Says Stamp
Perfectly Plaid 6x6 - Lawn Fawn
Neenah Solar White 80 and 110 lb. paper
Copic Markers - V04, V05, YG03, YG63, B21, B32, YR04, YR07

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Best Friends Forever

Hello there and Happy Spring!  Well, the calendar says so anyway...  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin... and ANOTHER card using the #bff stamp set!  I told you I love this set, LoL!

I've been on a roll lately using my card stock scraps, but who am I kidding... it would take 5 lifetimes to use up my paper supply!

I created a wreath using flower die cuts and little circles and then added the #bff sentiment as the focal image.  I finished off the card by rounding the top corners, added a strip of black and white striped paper at the bottom of the card and also a stitched scalloped border in turquoise separating the two panels.



Supplies Used:
#BFF - The Project Bin
Stitched Scallop Basic Edges 2 - MFT
Large Stitched Circle Stackables - Lawn Fawn
Beautiful Blooms II - Papertrey Ink
Black & White Stripes 6x6 Paper Pad - MFT

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

A Friend Touches Your Heart

Hello and Happy Tuesday!  Today, I am sharing a card for The Project Bin.  For this card, I used the stamp set called #BFF.  This is one of my favorite sets from The Project Bin, so many great sayings and quotes about friendship.

For the card panel, I used the Peek-a-Boo Cover Plate from MFT and cut it from Neenah Solar White card stock.  Behind the panel, I placed a sheet of rainbow-striped paper from Lawn Fawn for a nice pop of color, then rounded the bottom 2 corners.  I stamped the friendship sentiment in black and also heat embossed it using clear embossing powder.  That gives it a little bit of texture and makes the sentiment a little more bold.  I cut the heart doily 4 times and then stacked them for more of a focal point.  For the finishing touch, I added some Sparkling Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.



Have a great week and thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
#BFF - The Project Bin
Peek-a-Boo Polka Dots Cover Plate - My Favorite Things
Really Rainbow 6x6 paper pad - Lawn Fawn
Small Heart Doily - Simon Says Stamp
6mm & 8mm Sparkling Clear sequins - Pretty Pink Posh

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

You're Beautiful

Hello!  I hope your week is off to a great start!  I am sharing a card today for The Project Bin.  For this card, I used the stamp set called "BFF".  This set has some great sentiments about friendship.




I began by digging into my bin of scraps and picked out some scraps in pretty rainbow colors.  Using smaller dies is a great way to use all of those leftover card stock pieces from past projects. I think I could create enough cards to last a lifetime if I never bought another piece of card stock again! (and stamps, and dies, and adhesive, oh my!)

I started the card by using a rectangle frame die and cut the rectangle from the center of the card panel and I also cut a second panel out of craft foam. I then used the Layer B die from Birch Press Designs Viva die set and cut the circles from each color and adhered them to the panel framing the focal point. I then added the fun foam piece to the back.  Next up, the sentiment.  I white heat embossed the sentiment onto black card stock and adhered it to the back card panel, then I adhered the front panel with the craft foam over the sentiment panel.  The front of the card is popped up in real life, but it is difficult to see in the photo.  I really like the pop of color from the circles against the white background.

As always, thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
BFF - The Project Bin
Rectangle Peek-a-Boo Window - MFT
Viva Layer B - Birch Press Designs
Craft foam
Neenah Solar White 80 & 110 lb.
Misc card stock scraps

Friday, March 8, 2019

Best. Move. Ever.

Hello there!  Today, I am sharing a card using an adorable stamp set from Li'l Inker Designs called "It's Today, Right?". It's filled with some really cute stick figures along with some great sentiments for couples (anniversary, dating, engagement, etc).


Using my Misti, I repeatedly stamped the sentiment in rainbow colors, stamped the focal image and then framed it using black card stock.  I love the bright, fun colors for such a happy event.

Have a great weekend!

Supplies Used:
It's Today, Right? - Li'l Inker Designs
Inks - Orange Zest (MFT), Bubble Gum, Strawberry, Dandelion (Hero Arts), Jelly Bean, Audrey Blue, Hot Mama (SSS)

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

xoxo

Hello there!  Today, I am sharing a "rainbow of love" card for The Project Bin.  I have gotten so tired of Winter and all of the nasty snow, so I was feeling a need for some Spring color in my life!

For this card, I used the stamp set called In My Heart.  I used the Misti Stamping Tool and stamped the hearts in a rainbow palette.  The Misti makes cards like this such a breeze to create!  For the sentiment, I stamped and white heat-embossed the "xoxo"  onto black card stock and popped it up with foam tape along with some spirals of red thread underneath.



Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
In My Heart - The Project Bin
Inks - Bubble Gum, Dandelion (Hero Arts), Orange Zest (MFT), Jelly Bean, Audrey Blue (SSS)
Alabaster White embossing powder - Brutus Monroe
Red Metallic Thread - Coats & Clark
Black Licorice card stock - MFT
Neenah Solar White 80 lb. card stock

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

My Favorite's List

Happy Tuesday!  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin.  Once again, I used the stamp set called The Gratest.  So many cute images in this set!

I started out by white heat embossing the image repeatedly onto a panel of watercolor paper, then I used Zig Clean Color markers to color everything.  I made a big mistake in not keeping track of the specific colors that I used.  The OCD in me was too eager to clean up my workspace before I was able to mark down which colors I used!

To give it a little more interest I cut the thin rectangle from the center using a frame die from SSS.


I white heat-embossed the sentiment (also from The Gratest) and used foam tape to pop up the stitched heart.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
The Gratest - The Project Bin
Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers
Frames - Simon Says Stamp
Splendid Stitched Hearts - Poppy
Tim Holtz watercolor paper
Gray card stock - Hobby Lobby
Foam tape

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

You Are Flippin' Amazing

Hello there!  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin.  For this card, I used the stamp set called The Gratest.

I think this little "flipper" is adorable, and, of course, everything looks better in rainbow colors!  Using my Misti stamping tool, I repeatedly stamped the flipper in ROYGBIV and white heat-embossed the sentiment onto black card stock. I added some rainbow-colored patterned paper for a little more "pop" and adhered the panel to a turquoise card base.

Definitely an easy, clean and simple card.



Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
The Gratest - The Project Bin
Inks - Orange Zest (MFT), Bubble Gum, Strawberry, Dandelion (hero Arts), Jelly Bean, Audrey Blue, Hot Mama (SSS)
Really Rainbow 6x6 paper - Lawn Fawn
Stax 2 rectangle die - MFT
Alabaster embossing powder - Brutus Monroe
Misc. card stock

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine's Week to you!  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin.  For this card, I used the stamp & die set called In My Heart.

Die cut inlay is one of my favorite techniques, so simple and so versatile!  You can create so many different looks, simply by changing up the color or even using patterned papers.   This technique is a great way to use up your scraps and you can also get 3 cards for the price of 1 since you need to die cut it from 3 different colors of paper.  How's that for more bang for your buck?

For this card, I used a sunburst cover plate and chose to go with pink and red in honor of Valentine's Day.  Once everything was die cut and adhered in place,  I placed the Project Bin heart and sentiment onto a stitched circle as the focal point and dressed up the card a bit with some pearls.



Thank you for stopping by and have a Happy Valentine's Day!

Supplies Used:
In My Heart - The Project Bin
Starburst Cover Plate -  SugarPea Designs
Misc. Card Stock
White Embossing Powder - Hero Arts
Pearls

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

You're the Gratest

Happy Tuesday!  Today, I am sharing a card featuring a brand new stamp set from The Project Bin called The Gratest.  If you haven't already guessed, it's a very "punny" stamp set. 😊  I always love a good pun!

Here is my card:


The background was done on a watercolor panel by blending 3 colors of distress oxides, then spritzing with water and dabbing with a paper towel.  The letters are stacked 4-high with the bottom 2 layers being black to give it a little bit of a shadowed look, helping to lift it from the background a bit.  Next in the assembly came the cheese grater, isn't this the cutest little cheese grater ever?  I embossed it in black on watercolor paper and painted it with a silver watercolor.  To finish off the card, I embossed the sentiment in white on gray card stock, then adhered it to the card.

As always, thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
The Gratest - The Project Bin
Bold Alphabet Dies - Altenew
Distress Oxides - Peacock Feathers, Cracked Pistachio, Twisted Citron
Rectangle Die - MFT Stax 1
Earl Grey Card Stock - Taylored Expressions
Neenah Solar White 110 lb.
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor Paper
White Embossing Powder - Hero Arts


Tuesday, January 29, 2019

In My Heart

Hello! Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin.  Valentines Day is just around the corner, so I felt inspired to start making some heart-themed cards.  For this card, I used the stamp set called In My Heart.  It comes with two really cute heart stamps and some great sentiments, but I decided to use the heart die and some adorable patterned paper as the focus of my card.



I cut the hearts from 14 different patterned papers and 1 in black for the sentiment, which is embossed in white.  I've always loved the look of mixing patterned papers, it definitely adds more interest and it also gives a great pop of color too!

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
In My Heart - The Project Bin
Sweet Cakes 6x6 Paper Pad - Doodlebug Design
Chili Pepper card stock - Lawn Fawn

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Really, Really Hungry!

Hello again!  Thank you for joining me for another card using products from The Project Bin.  The sentiment on this card is hilarious!  We all know what it feels like to be REALLY REALLY hungry.  I don't know about you, but I get quite "hangry"!

Today's card features one of my "go-to" techniques, creating backgrounds. I have piles and piles of backgrounds that I've made just waiting to be turned into cards.  Maybe that's actually an achievable New Year's resolution???  We shall see.....


 I began by stamping the sentiment in the center of the card using black ink.  Then, I randomly stamped the cupcakes.  I used only the cupcake part of the sentiment.  (I didn't use the "U >").  When it came time to choose colors, I knew I wanted it to be a "fun" card, so of course I had to go with a rainbow color palette.  I always seem to gravitate toward bright, bold colors anyway, so there is no surprise there!  After all the cupcakes were colored (with Copic markers), I wanted to add "just a little extra something", so I drew polka dots, using a white gel pen, on the frosting part of each cupcake.  I love how this turned out.  For the finishing touch, I added Glossy Accents to the cherries, oops I mean hearts, on each cupcake.

The sentiment on the card seemed like it was getting a little lost, so I white heat embossed part of the sentiment onto black card stock.  This definitely helped to highlight the sentiment, but it also accentuated the fact that said person is REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY hungry!!!! LoL!

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Really Hungry - The Project Bin
Copic Markers - E31, E33, RV02, R24, YR68, Y18, YG07, B02, V15
Alabaster Embossing Powder - Brutus Monroe
VersaMark
Extreme Black Ink - MFT
White Signo Pen




Tuesday, January 15, 2019

#BFF

Hello there and Happy Tuesday!  Today, I am sharing another card for The Project Bin.  For this card, I used the stamp set called #bff.  It is filled with some great sentiments!

For the background, I used the #bff stamp and stamped it repeatedly using VersaMark and then embossed with gold embossing powder.  I love the vivid color and the great texture from the embossing.

I stamped the main sentiment and used varying sizes of circle dies to showcase the sentiment a bit more since the background is quite busy.  To complete the card, I adhered the card panel to a gold card base and rounded the bottom corners.


Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
#BFF - The Project Bin
Gold Card Stock - DCWV Metallics Mat Stack
VersaMark
Gilded Embossing Powder - Brutus Monroe
Neenah Solar White 80 lb.
Misc. Circle Dies

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

You're Kinda Pawsome

Hello and Happy New Year!  Best wishes to all of you for an amazing, healthy and prosperous new year!  May 2019 be your best year yet!

Today, I am sharing my first card for The Project Bin as a new member of their design team.  I am really thrilled to be a part of this wonderful group of talented ladies!

My first card features the stamp set called Kinda Pawsome. Being a dog-lover, I couldn't resist using this set!  I started out by using one of the sentiments from the stamp set by stamping it repeatedly (using my Misti) in rainbow colors.  I stamped and colored the dog with Copic markers and cut him out using one of the dies that comes with this set. I love that the dies are included with this set, so nice not to have to buy them separately!  Once he was "all dressed", I placed him in the center of the panel and popped him up with some foam squares.  I finished off the card with a bright blue frame for some added color and added the panel to a yellow card base.



Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Kinda Pawsome - The Project Bin
Stitched Rectangle Frame - My Favorite Things
Hero Arts Inks -  Bubble Gum, Strawberry, Dandelion
MFT Inks - Orange Zest, Cornflower
SSS Inks - Jellybean, Audrey Blue, Hot Mama
Copic Markers - E53, E55, E57
Neenah Solar White 80 lb.
Misc. Card Stock
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