Sunday, 22 April 2018

Sending Smiles


Meet today's card.
I am having fun using this new stamp from Penny Black called Blossom Branch.
It is a pretty one.

I began by masking the edges of my card front with some Post-It Tape, I like the look of a crisp, white border.
I placed the flowers into my Misti, coloured them with my Tombow markers, sprayed with water and stamped.  I repeated that process building colours as I went along.  I find it works best if I start with the lightest colour first and add darker colour after that. 
I dried the piece then watercoloured in the background using some Worn Lipstick Distress ink.  I just rub the ink pad directly onto my non-stick craft mat, spray with water and pick up the colour.
I splattered with some water over the whole front to lift the ink as well.  Distress inks work so well for this technique.
I placed the sentiment from the PB set called Smile Today and stamped that using some black Memento ink.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Time Out- SPRING
Crafty Friends- FLOWERS
Penny Black Saturday- ANYTHING GOES/SPRING FLOWERS


Supplies
Stamps- Blossom Branch, Smile Today (Penny Black)
Ink- Tuxedo Black Memento; Worn Lipstick Distress (TH); Tombow markers
Paper- heavy white
Accessories and Tools- Misti (My Sweet Petunia); Mister (TH); Post-It Tape


Saturday, 21 April 2018

Bonsai Trees


Happy Saturday.
I love to look and see what kind of Inspiration Challenge is happening over at Splitcoast Stampers.
Today, we were being inspired by the Smithsonian Galleries.  I came across a lovely Bonsai tree for sale and decided to use this lovely stamp from Technique Junkies with this 'bonsai' looking tree on it for my card.  
As I was trying to figure out what kind of background I would stamp it onto, I remembered that I had an inked up a piece of Yupo paper with alcohol inks.  It reminded me of a cloudy night sky, so
I placed the inked piece into my Misti, masked the stamp (this stamp also has the image of a giraffes which I didn't want for this card), and stamped using Archival black ink.  I moved the piece inside my Misti and stamped the tree again moving it down slightly to overlap the first one.
I cut a square frame to place over the stamping and I liked how it really helped to draw the eye in.
I stamped the sentiment and put it all together.


I hope you find some inspiration around you.
Thanks for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenge:
Simon Says Wed.- SPARKLE AND SHINE
(shiny Yupo paper with the alcohol inks)
Craft Stamper Magazine- ANYTHING STAMPED GOES


Supplies
Stamps- Savannah Giraffes (Technique Junkies); Art Journey
Inks- Archival Black (Ranger); Tuxedo Black Memento; Alcohol inks (Ranger)
Paper- heavy white; Yupo
Accessories and Tools- Misti; Blending Solution (Ranger); die- MFT; Sharpie Markers

Monday, 16 April 2018

For the Birds- CAS Watercolour Challenge


Hello and Welcome.
It's time for another card for the 

Our theme this month is 'bird'.

I am using these great stamps from Frog's Whiskers Ink of the cranes.
I love the silhouettes they create.

So onto my card.
I die-cut a piece of heavy white cardstock using a die from MFT then I inked up the background with Distress Oxide inks and a piece of acetate. I rubbed the ink onto the acetate, sprayed with water and pressed onto my paper.
Next, I placed the piece into my Misti and stamped the bird silhouettes with black Memento ink.

After I was done inking my bird background with the DOX, there was still quite a bit of ink left on my sheet of acetate that I didn't want to go to waste, so I grabbed an extra piece of cardstock and pressed the ink onto that to create a watery looking piece to mount the birds onto.
In the top corner and on one side you will see where I did a bit of stenciling to add some interest.  I just used a baby wipe and rubbed over the ink already on my paper.  It lifted the ink in some places and deposited it in others and I was left with the impressions.  


I hope you will come and play along with us.
Thanks for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Crazy for CAS- STENCIL
Stamps & Fun- MAN/BOY
Craft Stamper Magazine- ANYTHING GOES STAMPED


Supplies
Stamps- Flying Crane, Standing Crane (Frog's Whiskers)
Ink- Tuxedo Black Memento; Distress Oxide (Salty Ocean, Peacock Feather; Blueprint Sketch)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti; stencil-Leaves (STAMPlorations); script (TCW); piece of acetate;
In and Out Diagonal Stitch (MFT)

Sunday, 15 April 2018

Shaped Cards- The Flower Challenge

Good Morning.
Time for another card at
Our theme this month is shaped cards which I had a lot of fun with.


I decided  to create a hexagon shaped card so I looked online and found a 4" pattern to use for my card design and printed that out to use as my pattern.
I cut out the shape onto my heavy white cardstock, then masked the edges to leave me with a nice clean, white border.
I added some stenciling first with Peeled Paint Distress ink, then stamped the clock face and the other elements using the same ink to create my collage style background.  By stamping and stenciling all with the same colour, it is a great way to feature more of your stamps on one card.  I sponged all around the edges to help accentuate the shape of the card.
Last, I placed this Magenta flower stamp into my Misti, inked with Black Memento ink and added the sentiment for my finished card.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.
Hope you will join us for some fun.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Allsorts- SPRING FLOWERS or SHOWERS
Craft Rocket- FLOWERS

Supplies
Stamps- Clover Silhouette (Magenta); Weathered Clock (Hampton Arts);
Script (PB); Mixed Media Elements (STAMPlorations);
Enjoy the Moment (Daisy Bucket)
Ink- Tuxedo Black Memento; Peeled Paint Distress (TH)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- pattern from online; Misti; sponging tool (TH)

Saturday, 14 April 2018

Special Friend Birthday

Hello...meet today's card.
I am playing with some new stamps from Penny Black.  
My first time playing with this wonderful stamp called Blossom Branch and I love it.

To create my card, I placed the stamp inside my Misti and coloured using my Memento and my Tombow markers directly onto my stamp.  I sprayed with water then pressed onto my paper.  I repeated that process, adding more colour where I wanted it to look like shading.  My Misti is an invaluable tool for using this kind of technique on a card.
After that was dry, I stamped the sentiment from the PB set called Grateful Heart using black Memento ink and clear embossed it to help make it pop.  I stamped it a bit over the inked image to help pull the whole design together.
When I was done, I looked at my card front thinking that it needed something more, so using a fine line marker, I added little dashed lines around the flower centers and splattered with black ink.  So much better as the black seemed to be what it needed to help ground it all.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
As You Like It- FAV COLOURING MEDIUM
(I love using my Memento and Tombow markers especially to colour
directly onto my stamps.  Since they are waterbased, I can spray them with water 
to get the look of a watercoloured image which I love the look of)
Crafting With Attitude- ANYTHING GOES
Penny Black Saturday- FLOWERS/ANYTHING GOES

Supplies
Stamps- Blossom Branch, Grateful Heart (Penny Black)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Tombow and Memento markers
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti (My Sweet Petunia); Mister (TH); clear eb powder; heat tool;
fine line black marker; paintbrush

Friday, 13 April 2018

Watercolored Birthday Greetings

Hello and Welcome.
Today, I have the pleasure of being the Guest at
Here is the card I created for the theme 'Take a Stamp'.

I began by watercolouring the background with some of my Distress Oxide inks.  To do that, I pressed the pads directly onto my non-stick mat, sprayed with a bit of water and picked up the colour with a paintbrush.  I also used my 'acetate inking' technique to add colour to the background.
To see how I do that, go here.
When I was happy with the inking, I stenciled with some Black Soot Distress Oxide ink and then stamped the clock face and the birthday greeting.  
BTW....my husband loved his card.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Addicted to CAS- BUBBLES
Aud Sentiments- HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Seize the Birthday- VIBRANT BIRTHDAY


Supplies
Stamps- Birthday (Studio G); Weathered Clock (Hampton Arts); 
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Distress Oxide (Peacock Feather, Fossilized Amber, 
Seedless Preserves, Salty Ocean)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- acetate sheet; stencil(TCW); paintbrush; non-stick craft mat (TH)
Mister (TH)



Saturday, 7 April 2018

Sweet Flowers

Good Morning and Happy Saturday.
Meet today's card....just me playing around with my Distress Oxide inks again.
Slight addiction.

I began by stamping these beautiful coneflowers which has been in my collection for years not seeing the light of day, with Versamark ink then white heat embossed them to one side of my white card front.
I wanted to create a background using some of the wonderful reds and oranges so here's what I did.
I used a piece of acetate, rubbed on some Spiced Marmalade Distress Oxide ink, sprayed with water and pressed onto my white piece of cardstock.  I repeated that process using some Picked Raspberry, Worn Lipstick and Fired Brick.  I like to dry each layer in between with my heat tool.
When I was happy with the colour coverage of my cardstock, I did a bit of stenciling using some drywall tape and stamped a bit of script around the edges just to add further interest and depth to my piece.
Lastly, I stamped the sentiment from Rubbernecker and mounted the whole thing onto a card.


Have a great weekend and thanks so much for coming by to take a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Craft Stamper Magazine- ANYTHING STAMPED GOES
Crafty Catz- SPRING COLOURS/ANYTHING GOES
SumMore Fun- MOOD BOARD COLOURS
4 Crafty Chicks- FLOWERS


Supplies
Stamps- Brushed Coneflowers (Paper Inspirations); Friendship Message (Hero Arts); 
Sketch Poppies sentiment (Rubbernecker)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Distress Oxides; Versamark
Paper- heavy white
Accessories and Tools- Misti; white eb powder; heat tool; drywall tape; sponge applicator;
sheet of acetate; Mister (TH)

Friday, 6 April 2018

Everyday

Meet today's card.
This is what happened when I got a few new stamps and decided to sit down and just freestyle stamp.
I just love this fun sentiment I picked up by Impression Obsession.  It has such a fun and whimsical looking font and I wanted to make it the 'star' of the show.

So to begin my card, I placed my cardstock into my Misti and stamped the background script then the circles in London Fog Memento ink.  By stamping the background all in the same colour, it helps create the look of a collage theme and it is a great way to get more use of your stamps by combining them on one card.  Then I stamped the flowers from Magenta to one side, leaving room for my sentiment.
Lastly, I stamped the sentiment in a bright red with Fired Brick Distress ink to help make it pop.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Wed.- HAPPY BIRTHDAY
4 Crafty Chicks- FLOWERS
Craft Rocket- FLOWERS

Supplies
Stamps- Smile Often(Impression Obsession); Circle (Wendy Vecchi);
Collage Des Rond (Carabelle); Texture (Prima); Wildflowers (Magenta) 
Ink- London Fog Memento; Fired Brick Distress
Paper- heavy white; red
Accessories and Tools- Misti

Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Coffee or Tea? - The Flower Challenge

Good Morning and Welcome to another card for 

Our theme is Shaped Cards


I don't normally make shaped cards but it was fun to take myself out of my comfort zone and try and come up with something.  I decided to create a coffee cup shaped card.

I began by following the tutorial on Splitcoast to create the shape of the cup.  It was very easy to do and it's nice that it fits into a regular sized envelope.
The white strip along the cup edge was cut and scored using a ScorPal which adds nice texture.
The blue panel was cut then dry embossed using the Tim Holtz eb folder called Snowfall Speckles.  I like the interest it adds to an otherwise plain panel.

So...onto my flowers.
I recently saw an interesting technique done by Lydia Fiedler called Stamp Etching.  
This is a very easy technique and one that you can do while sitting and watching TV or just relaxing.

I placed the flowers from the Sketchy Florals Altenew set into my Misti, inked with black Memento then stamped.  Next, using a black fineline marker, I added the 'flicked' lines all over my flowers.  To add the 'flicked' lines, I began at the inside edge and flicked away from myself letting the marker rest on the edge and then lift as I flicked.  
You can stop at that point but I decided to add some coloured 'flicks' using a Copic marker.  
When I was happy with the look, I fussy cut out the flowers and mounted them using pop dots over the embossed panel.
I stamped some leaves as well but left them plain to add some contrast.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.
I hope you will come join us.

Adding my card to these challenges:
CASology- START
(I start each day with a cup of coffee!!)
Simon Says Monday- A TRIO OF SOMETHING
Shopping Our Stash- BLACK/WHITE and ONE OTHER COLOR


Supplies
Stamps- Sketchy Florals (Altenew)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti; eb folder-Snowfall Speckles (TH); ScorPal;
Micron 03 fineline marker; Copic marker R27; pop dots


Monday, 2 April 2018

Together- CAS Watercolour Challenge

Welcome and meet today's card.
It's time for another fun challenge at the 


For those of you that are intimidated by having to watercolour, check out the challenge blog as there are always wonderful links for techniques to get started there and the Design Team always adds so much to be inspired by.
We also want to welcome our GD this month, Stef from Perry Papercrafts.

I began my card by masking the edges with some Score Tape. Next, I inked up a sheet of acetate with Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers and Faded Jeans Distress Oxide inks, sprayed with water and pressed onto my paper.  I repeated that process until I was happy with the ink coverage.
I inked up the stars with more DOX and stamped to the side.  Using some drywall tape, I added some stenciling to add some interest and texture.
I placed the inked piece inside my Misti and stamped this wonderful sentiment from Technique Junkies called Together.  I die-cut the birds then added them with pop dots.


Thanks so much for coming to see what I've been up to.
Hope you get a chance to play along.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Wed.- ANYTHING GOES
The Male Room- WATERCOLOR
Addicted to Stamps and More- PHOTO INSPIRATION
Stamping for Autism Awareness- AUTISM AWARENESS DAY


Supplies
Stamps- Together (Technique Junkies); Stars (Stampington)
Ink- Distress Oxide, Tuxedo Black Memento
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti; Cuttlebug; Birds in Flight (Memory Box); acetate sheet;
Mister (TH); drywall tape; inking tool (TH); ScoreTape

Sunday, 25 March 2018

Thankful Heart

Meet today's card.
I think it feels so good to have a 'thankful heart'!
I am so thankful and blessed to have all of you that come and visit my blog to see what I have been up to. 
A big thanks for that.


Here's what I did to create my card.
I love this embossing folder from Carabelle.  It has a bit of a graffiti/grunge feel to it.  I wanted to use it to do some Embossing Folder Inking.  
I cut a heart mask from printer paper and used the negative part to mask my piece of cardstock.  I inked up the embossing folder with Distress Oxide inks, sprayed with water and pressed over the masked area.  I removed the mask right away and dried with my heat tool.  I love the watery impression it left behind.
Using scissors, I fussy cut out the heart leaving a slight white border around the edge.
Next, it was onto my card front.  Using my ScorPal, I scored 3 lines where I wanted the heart to be placed and to help break up the embossed background.  Then using the same embossing folder as I had for the inked heart, I embossed the top of my panel up to the scored lines then the bottom portion stopping before the scoring.
I used the new sentiment set from Penny Black called Grateful Heart to stamp the center of the heart and then pop dotted it over my embossed card front.



Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Addicted to Stamps and More- CLEAN AND SIMPLE
Addicted to Stamps- THANK-YOU
The Corrosive Challenge- ANYTHING GOES

Supplies
Stamps- Grateful Heart (PB)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Distress Oxides (Picked Raspberry, Candied Apple TH)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti, EB folder-Texte Grunge (Carabelle); Mister (TH);
pop dots; paper for mask; Cuttlebug

Saturday, 24 March 2018

Beach Inspired



Happy Saturday.
I have been so super busy and missing my 'play' time so I just went for it today and played around with inks and paper.  No direction or plan; just grabbed some inks and paper and stamps and drywall tape of course!

So, I began by rubbing some Peacock Feather Distress Oxide ink onto an acetate sheet, sprayed with water and pressed onto my paper.  I hope you are not sick of me talking about my Acetate Inking Technique but it is so super easy, fast and fun to do that I am addicted to it for adding ink to a background.  I repeated that process using Salty Ocean DOX then some Faded Jeans as well, overlapping the inks. 
Again, make sure you dry the layers of ink before adding more on top for better coverage.
After I had inked the paper to where I was happy, I sat and thought about what to do next.
I remembered that I had rediscovered an old stamp in my stash that has no name on it.  I bought it so many years ago but it has a sort of nautical theme to it.  It is a wood block, 4 sided stamp and one of the sides has the stars on it so I grabbed that and inked them with more Salty Ocean DOX and stamped.
After that, I stamped some details and then this wonderful sentiment from Inkylicious that is new-to-me  I added further detail by stenciling with some drywall tape, splattering with a paintbrush then....I had created a collage style card.

Where will your 'play' time take you?


Have a great weekend and thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
A Inky Mess- MIXED MEDIA
Artistic Stamper- STENCILS AND MASKS
A Bit More Time to Craft- ANYTHING GOES


Supplies
Stamps- Footprints (Inkylicious); stars (Christine Adolph, Stampington); Mixed Media Elements (STAMPlorations); 
Collage Des Ronds (Carabelle)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Distress Oxides (Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers,
Faded Jeans)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti; drywall tape; acetate sheet; Mister (TH); paintbrush

Thursday, 22 March 2018

Rainy Day in Paris


Good Morning.
Today, I am playing with this new stamp called 'In Paris' from Penny Black.
I can only imagine what it would be like to travel and see the Eiffel Tower.
I wanted to try and depict the sense of rain so here's what I did.

I began by placing the stamp inside my Misti, inked it with Memento black ink and stamped onto my card front.  I clear heat embossed it so it would resist the ink I was about to add.
Next, I took a piece of acetate, inked it up with Peacock Feathers Distress Oxides, sprayed with water and pressed onto my paper.  I repeated that process again using some Salty Ocean and a touch of Faded Jeans DOX.  
To see a pictorial I did go here:

I love the way the inking gave my card such a feeling of being in the rain.



Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Monday- ROAD TRIP
Inspiration Destination- ANYTHING GOES OPTION SPRING
Craft Rocket- SOMETHING NEW
Watercolour Wed.- MASCULINE
The Crafty Addicts- ANYTHING GOES


Supplies
Stamp- In Paris (Penny Black)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento/ Distress Oxides (Salty Ocean, Peacock Feather, Faded Jeans) (TH)
Paper- heavy white, black cardstock
Accessories and Tools- Misti; Wow clear Eb powder; heat tool; acetate sheet; Mister (TH)

Monday, 19 March 2018

Coffee Time


Good Morning.
Meet today's card.
Just a simple card I created using a new to me stamp set by Altenew.  It is a fun set with lots of great images in it of coffee and tea cups and some splatters thrown in just for fun.

I have to begin by saying that I do enjoy my coffee and it makes me happy drinking it especially if I am with my girlfriend and we are out at our favourite coffee shop.

I began creating my card by inking up a piece of acetate with Distress Oxide inks, sprayed the sheet with water and pressed onto my paper.  I have found it best to dry each layer of colour before applying the next to prevent making a muddy mess.  These inks layer so wonderfully over one another and still maintain their colour after layering.

To see my mini-tutorial go here:

When the inking was all dry, I placed the images into my Misti, inked with Memento black and stamped.  


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
The Corrosive Challenge- ANYTHING GOES
Crafter's Castle- ANYTHING GOES/FAV TECHNIQUE
Crafty Friends- FOR A SPECIAL LADY
(best friend)
Creative Fingers- ANYTHING GOES


Supplies
Stamps- Coffee With a Splash (Altenew)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Distress Oxides (Faded Jeans, Peeled Paint, Wilted Violet,
Seedless Preserves- TH)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- sheet of acetate; Misti; Mister (TH)

Saturday, 17 March 2018

Fancy Flowers


Happy Saturday!
Had some fun creating this card using my Distress Oxide inks.
The technique is one where the ink applied is lifted with water.  That can be easily done with DOX's as they are a great water based ink.

Here's what I did to create my card.
I began by inking up my card front using some Salty Ocean and Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide inks.  Next, when the ink was dry, I rubbed the whole front with an anti-static pad.  This helps the embossing powder stick just where you want it to and not all over your inked background.
I then positioned my flowers inside my Misti, inked them with Versamark and white heat embossed them.  It is best to use an 'open' image for this technique.
I went into the flowers with a wet paintbrush and lifted the ink from the petals and leaves being sure to rinse my brush frequently to remove the ink from it.
I added colour to my flowers by painting them in with some purple Distress Oxide ink and a paintbrush.
The sentiment was also stamped with Versamark and white heat embossed.
Lastly, I splattered the whole piece with some water to lift the colour and white heat embossed the edges.


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Crafty Creations- ANYTHING GOES
Creative Moments- ANYTHING GOES
Words 2 Live By- PHENOMENAL WOMAN

Supplies
Stamps- Winter Flowers (SSS); Garden of Life (Rubbernecker)
Inks- Versamark; DOX-Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers, Wilted Violet, Seedless Preserves
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti; white EB powder; heat tool; anti-static pad; paintbrush

Friday, 16 March 2018

Garden Silhouettes- CAS Watercolour Challenge

Welcome and meet today's card.
Time for another card for the 

Great theme this month....Garden.


For the challenge this month, we ask that you include a garden and not just a flower.

We welcome Nonni from Nonni's Handmade Cards as our GD this month.  

Here's what I did to create my card.
I began by masking off my card front so I would have a nice clean white border when I was done.
Next, I inked the back of Mini Sweet Peas stencil with Peacock Feathers, Salty Ocean and Wilted Violet Distress Oxide inks, sprayed with water and pressed onto my paper to give me a monoprint.
*Be sure to let your paper dry when working with Distress Oxide inks, they smear when wet.*

When that was all dry, I stamped these flowers from Art Journey over the top using some more Distress Oxide inks.
I decided not to add a sentiment so my card could be used for any occasion.


I hope you will come and play along with us.

Adding my card to these challenge:
Craft Stamper Magazine- ANYTHING STAMPED GOES
Inspiration Destination- ANYTHING GOES
Moo-Mania- COLOUR EFFECTS


Supplies
Stamps- Nature Flowers (Art Journey)
Inks- Distress Oxides (Peacock Feathers, Salty Ocean, Wilted Violet )
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- stencil- Mini Sweet Peas (TCW); Misti; Mister (TH); Post It Tape

Thursday, 15 March 2018

Welcome Spring- The Flower Challenge

Good Morning.
Time for another card for 

Our theme this month is Anything Goes and the DT's are all using some beautiful digital images to create our cards this month.
You also have a chance at winning these images from EunJi Jung at DotBStamp.



For my card, I printed out these lovely flowers images and watercoloured them using Brushos diluted with water.  I chose shades of yellow and oranges that reminded me of warm summer colours.
Using my Misti, I stamped a plaid background from Concord and 9th using some Peacock Feather Distress ink and set aside to dry. 
I die-cut a stitched frame and mounted the flowers over the corner of the frame and added the plaid background.  I stamped the sentiment in the top corner then lastly, using a fine line black marker, I colored in some of the flower center details then I covered the flower centers with Glossy Accents to give some shine.



You still have time to come and play along with us.
Thanks so much for the visit.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Time Out- INSPIRED BY A QUOTE
Cute Card Thursday- CELEBRATE
Seize the Birthday- TEAL AND WHITE


Supplies
Stamps- Digital (DotBStamp); Happy Birthday (Studio G); Plaid (Concord and 9th)
Inks- Tuxedo Black Memento; Peacock Feathers (Distress)
Paper- Heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti, Glossy Accents (Ranger); Brushos; paintbrush;
fine line black marker; Tombow glue; stitched die (MFT)