Thursday, July 31, 2008

Ooh, I love this!

After I finished this card, I thought to myself: I wonder what “normal” people do all night? I stayed up half the night creating this for the SC187 challenge. I totally love it and it's so "me".

I colored this cute guy first. I picked up a great tip on SCS but can't find the thread again (I want to thank her if you can tell me where it is!!). She suggested I spray the image with spray matte sealer before I color with my prismas. OOh, I like how it turned out (and I have tons of this spray from painting). As many of my images are received through trades, I don't always get a choice on the paper or ink. The matte sealer takes that problem out of the equation.

I made the back panel THEN cut out the rectangle in the middle. DUMB! I don't know what I was thinking. I usually cut first and then stick all the pieces back together like a puzzle on my cricut mat (see here). Trust me.....cut first! After I cut the rectangle out of the middle, I cut the three strips. Note: I couldn't just make 3 cuts and spread them out because then my trees wouldn't match up again. I had to cut 1/8" out from the strips so everything would line back up with the main rectangle.

One other hint (from my painting past), when figuring out where to place the trees, make sure they are not RIGHT behind the boy's head. This would make the boy look like he has a tree growing out of his head! Ha!

Stamps: High Hopes Time Well Spent (received from cng567 - Thanks Connie!), Lovely as a Tree, PTI Pond Life, See D’s A Word or Two
Paper: Bazzill
Ink: Soft Sky, Old Olive, Garden Green, Blue Bayou, Not Quite Navy
Accessories: Accessories: White Gel Pen, Prismacolor Pencils & baby oil, spray matte sealer


Tuesday, July 29, 2008

So many challenges, so little time....

I've been doing all the Dirty Girl challenges over at Split Coast Stampers and that has been keeping me very busy indeed! OK, I'll just share a few of my favs:

I love to put a little white gel pen on the right and black (or other appropriate dark color on the left. This is especially helpful when using silhouettes. I picked up this idea from Michelle Zindorf.. My family knows the whole "white on the right" saying as I often decorate cakes that are half chocolate and half white. They know the white is always on the right side of the cake! Ha!

Stamps: Essence of Love, Oh So Lovely, Sanded Background
Paper: Night of Navy, Not Quite Navy, Blue Bayou, Soft Sky
Ink: Night of Navy, Not Quite Navy, Blue Bayou, Soft Sky
Accessories: Ribbon & Brads from Pink Hedgehog, White & Black Pens

Again, the white gel pen on the right and dark brown on the left really made the seashells POP! I did a little sky experiment here as well by using a swirl and shadowing with a Copic marker.

Stamps: Stamping Bella Betty Bombshell, Sandy Shells Wheel, Autumn Leaves Swirls
Paper: River Rock, Real Red, Cool Caribbean
Ink: White, Chocolate Chip, River Rock, Real Red, Cool Caribbean
Accessories: Prismas & Baby Oil, Copics, Oregon Raindrops

And finally, my all time favorite of incorporating a scene into a sketch. For inspiration I think of the basic shape of the sketch and what type of scene would work. For this one, I new I needed something to fit into that circle above the rest of the scene. A frog jumping worked perfectly, then the rest of the scene is built around that main idea.

Stamps: PTI Pond Life
Paper: Certainly Celery, Blue Bayou
Ink: Soft Sky, Blue Bayou, Not Quite Navy, Old Olive, Wild Wasabi, Chocolate Chip, Black, Brilliant Blue
Accessories: Certainly Celery Ribbon, Slit Punch, Scallop Circle Punch, Circle Punch, Score-Pal, Clear embossing powder & heat gun


Thursday, July 24, 2008

2 Cards for Today

First, this was created for the ribbon inspiration challenge DTGD08Jody. This is some serious big bold ribbon which called for a seriously bold girl like Betty! This ribbon came from a swap (thanks girls!).

Ink: Wild Wasabi, Adirondack Sail Boat Blue, Virsamark Black
Stamps: Stamping Bella Betty Bombshell and sentiment, The Stampin Place Large Palm Tree, The Stampin Place Water Ripples
Paper: Bazzill Brilliant Blue, Tempting Turquoise, Green Galore
Accessories: Ribbon unknown source, Glitter pen, Prismacolor pencils & baby oil, Cricut

Next, Ah, this card fulfills so many things:

1. 80th Birthday card for a friend’s father
2. Taylors cupcake challenge TECC25 (Sorry I’m late!)
3. Watercolor challenge DTGD08Christine
4. Masculine card challenge DTGD08Michelle
5. My own challenge to myself to use two DP’s on one card (I rarely use 1!)

The golf balls were circle punched from some embossed cardstock I received from Mindy Young and Falconstamper (Thanks Girls!). Then I used Copic W-3 to draw inside the circles on only the left side. I also ran Copic W-3 around the edges of the golf balls.

Ink: Blue Bayou, Going Grey, Certainly Celery, Close to Cocoa, Creamy Caramel, Soft Sky
Stamps: Stamping Bella Golfafella, Lots of Thoughts
Paper: Blue Bayou, DP from SU, Watercolor paper from Mike’s
Accessories: Copics, Aquapainter, blender pen, Cuttlebug Tiny Bubbles embossing folder, Circle punch


Tuesday, July 22, 2008

A Moonlit Walk on the Beach

How about a moonlit walk on the beach? Delightful!

This card was made for challenges MFTSC40 (sketch) & DTGD08Laurie (the moon is vellum)

There is LOTS of glitter pen on this card: The stars in the sky, around the moon (smeared with my finger), on the swirls of the moon, the waves crashing into the beach, and the waves under the moonlight.

2/18/09 ETA:To answer a couple of questions I recently received about how I do my cards:

* I started out doing 5x7 cards cause I just couldn't fit everything on a smaller card. I now do all 4 1/4 x 5 1/2.

* I either brayer or sponge my backgrounds. Just depends on how I feel (and if I've brought my brayer back downstairs after cleaning it)

* I use Stampin' Up Whisper White cardstock on my scenes now. The slick surface helps me move the ink around and blend easier.

* I cut first because that is where I am most likely to make a mistake. I'd hate to create the whole scene and botch it on the cut job.

* Most of the time, I color and cut out the main images in my scenes. I glue them on with Tombow Multi Purpose adhesive. I squirt a little onto the back of the image and spread it around with a q-tip (so I don't have any big glops that will squirt out the side).


The trick to this type of card for me is to have all the parts of the sketch flat so I can brayer them. I did this by cutting my GP 110 Cardstock to 5" x 7". I put that in my Cricut and then cut out the circle. Next, I figure out what size rectangle I need for the lady and cut one of those out. I lay that rectangle on top of the 5 x 7 sheet with the circle and cut it out. This allows me to lay that rectangle into the whole I just created so all the elements are laying flat.

And for my next trick......I use my Cricut cutting mat to hold all the pieces together while I do my brayering. I use wax paper (we'll talk about my love of wax paper some other day!) around the card to keep ink off my cutting mat.

Ink: Soft Sky, Blue Bayou, Not Quite Navy, Real Red
Paper: Real Red, Soft Sky, vellum
Stamps: MFT By the Seashore, The Stampin Place Water Ripples (E-1312), See D’s A Word or Two
Accessories: Glitter pen, D’Vine Swirls embossing folder, Cricut, Silver Elastic Thread from Mike’s, Pop dots, Tombow adhesive

Michelle B.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Dragonfly Inspiration

I saw a lovely dragon fly with a bright blue body while out hiking with my kids the other day. Obviously the image stuck in my brain. This card is for the PIF04 challenge AND the OCCC challenge. Woo hoo – two for one! I received this lovely dragonfly image thru the PIF image thread from Scrapperwannabe (Thanks Misti!).

MAIN PANEL: First I colored the left half of the dragonfly body with the brightest blue copic I have. I colored the right half black. The wings are left uncolored. I then colored over the entire dragonfly with my Virsamark pen and embossed with clear embossing powder. Next River Rock ink was brayered over the entire panel (always wipe the ink off the embossed area with a paper towel immediately after brayering). I only brayered over the panel about 3 times. This didn’t cover it completely which left it a bit uneven and worn looking. Next I used a fern looking image from Silhouettes inked with Old Olive (stamping lightly on a scrap piece of paper first) and placed some soft plants around the dragonfly. Again, I was going for a worn, uneven look. The main panel is backed with a piece of green Bazzill cardstock.

SECONDARY PANEL: I ran the piece of River Rock paper through my Sizzix machine in the D’Vine Swirls embossing folder. I had to repeat this step as the paper was too long to cover all at once. I then lightly stamped the Sanded Background in Old Olive over this. Finally, added the sentiment “inspire” and a piece of knotted ribbon. Again, this panel is backed with a piece of green Bazzill cardstock.

FINAL TOUCHES: The Basic Grey designer paper was stamped with Autumn Leaves Swirls with Virsamark and then embossed with clear embossing powder. There is Old Olive sponged around the edges of all the layers.

Ink: River Rock, Old Olive
Paper: River Rock, Bazzill, Basic Grey DP
Stamps: Wonderful Wings, Autumn Leaves Swirls, See D’s Silhouettes, See D’s A Word or Two, Sanded Background
Accessories: D’Vine Swirls Embossing Folder, Copics, Virsamark pen, Virsamark pad, clear embossing powder, Artichoke ribbon


Friday, July 18, 2008

Mojo46 - Just Drivin' By

So I stumbled across this Cruisabella image (received in a swap) the other day and thought of how great she would look in front of the city. The very next day the perfect Mojo sketch was released complete with the “street”. A busy week here kept me from completing this until last night.

My only means of cutting large circles is my Cricut. Now I haven’t taken the time to figure out how to know exactly where it is going to cut so, I just cut the large circle out of a big piece of cardstock and then sized it to fit my card.

Without removing the cardstock from the Cricut cutting mat, I stamped the city buildings using my Stamp-a-majig to line them up. Next I created a mask out of a scrap piece of paper. Covered the buildings with the mask and sponged the “sky”. The buildings were colored in with copics in various shades of warm grey. By keeping this cardstock on the Cricut cutting mat, I was able to ensure that the images and colors would flow across the piece evenly. A soft sky circle (sponged with soft sky) was inserted for more dimension (and to follow the sketch).

My Bella was colored with copics, glitter added to the “chrome” parts of the car, and then she was cutout. The soft sky circle was sponged with blue bayou and the sentiment stamped using a mask to put part of the sentiment at the top of the circle and part at the bottom.

The street is merely a black strip of cardstock with ¼” white circle punches added for the lines in the street.

Stamps: MFT Going Places (buildings), Stamping Bella Cruisabella, Loads of Love Accessories (sentiment)
Ink: Blue Bayou, Soft Sky, Summer Sun, Barely Banana, Not Quite Navy
Paper: Blue Bayou, Soft Sky, Real Red, Bazzill
Accessories: ¼” circle punch, Cricut, Copics, glitter pen, pop dots, Tombow adhesive, Stamp-a-majig


Tuesday, July 15, 2008

OCCC Lillies

This was created for this weeks Our Creative Corner Challenge. When I first looked at the inspiration picture, I saw a calla lilly. Look right in the center at the wine glass with the napkin in it. I kinda ran with it from there. The colors and curvy swirls are based on the inspiration photo as well.

I was also inspired by all the artwork that I love that uses these color blocks. I see it everywhere and always stop and look.

First, I used post it notes to mask off an area of the main image. I then sponged the color appropriate to that area. I didn't cover it 100% as I wanted it to look a little worn and not too perfect. I then moved the post its and sponged the next area, etc. I used Close to Cocoa around the edge of this image and also where two colors meet. (The Close to Cocoa on the River Rock is especially Yummy!)

I stamped the calla lillies on another piece of Georgia Pacific Cardstock. I colored the center in Yo Yo Yellow. I used a blender pen and River Rock to shadow the white part of the lillies. I used Sage Shadow on the stems. These were cutout and adheared to the main image.

The apricot layer and creamy caramel base were sponged around the edges with Creamy Caramel.

I'm not very good and staying inside the box so I lined up the three layers and stamped the swirls in Virsamark across all the layers (see pic). You can also see in this pic that I used a grey copic to shadow the lillies a bit. Finally, I added the ribbon and sentiment and adheared the layers together.

Stamps: Long-Stemmed, Hanna Stamps Things Hanna Would Say, Autumn Leaves Swirls
Paper: Creamy Caramel, Apricot Appeal
Ink: River Rock, Ruby Red, YoYoYellow, Sage Shadow, Creamy Caramel, Close to Cocoa
Accessories: SU Apricot Appeal Ribbon, Virsamark


Sunday, July 13, 2008

TECC24 Building a Sandcastle

I am loving Taylor's sketches. I always seem to end up with something I like if I start with Taylor's sketch! Here's this week's Taylored Expressions Cupcake Challenge sketch # TECC24.

I like using traditional card sketches with a scene. As I can paint these scenes as well, mixing the sketch with the scene makes the stamping project more interesting and differentiates it from my flat painting projects.

The sandcastle was a WRAK from Stamping In Kansas and LMcAree (Thanks girls!)

I used the Brayered Sky Technique to make the sky, beach, and water. I then BRAVELY cut the center out (it was scary but it was the best way to ensure the beach and ocean lined up and had the right color/shading). I added Real Red paper behind that center piece to bring that layer up.

I paper pieced the girls dress (Real Red paper with polka dots from Polka Dots & Paisley) and straw hat (see below). I also cut out and pieced the girl and palm trees onto the scene to keep the colors very bright (when I emboss them, it dulls the color a bit and I didn't want that for my beach scene). The water is glistening in the sun (see more below).

I cut some circles out with my Cricut and sponged River Rock onto the center circle to match the beach. The red circle was cut out from the red mat in the center of the card (I'm so cheap!). The sandcastle was colored with Prismacolor pencils. I cut the top portion of the sandcastle off and moved it down a bit (so only the flag was showing) because it was too tall for the circles.

Here's a closeup of the water and straw hat. I added some small glitter pen lines to the water and then smeared them side to side with my finger. The water now "glistens" in the "sun". I've wanted to make a faux staw hat for this lovely lady since I bought her and I think I finally got it. I colored her hat yellow with Prismacolor pencils and blended with baby oil. I then masked off the flowers and lightly stamped the texture stamp from Oh So Lovely on the hat in Close to Cocoa. Voila, a straw hat!

Stamps: The Stampin Place Palm Tree, Gina K. Just Be-Claws (sand castle), MFT Can Ya Dig It?, Hanna Stamps Things Hanna Would Say, Oh So Lovely (texture on hat), Polka Dots & Paisley (dots on dress), Rubber Stampede Mirror Image Stamp (to have a mirror image palm tree)
Paper: Real Red
Ink: Cool Caribbean, Tempting Turquoise, Taken with Teal, River Rock, Close to Cocoa
Accessories: Copics, Primsacolor Pencils, Glitter Pen, White Gel Pen, Ribbon from Mike's


Friday, July 11, 2008

Happy Mail for Me

Last week I won this yummy blog candy from my PIF friend Sandy aka Swap4Fun. I received some stamped images (love that beautiful Hanna!), stamps, ribbon, and designer paper. Also included was a beautiful card from Sandy! I am ribbon and designer paper deprived (I really am!) so this is a great prize for me! Thanks Sandy!


Thursday, July 10, 2008

SC184 Walkin' the Dog

When I have an idea in my head about something I want to create, I have to "get it out" by doing it. I cannot concentrate on anything else until I do. It drives me nuts! I've been wanting to try creating a scene with a sketch that most people wouldn't think of for a scene and here we are. I think it turned out pretty cool. After I finished this (in the middle of the night) I said to myself "Wow, you are totally nuts and terribly addicted to stamping!". Ha!

First, I brayered the Soft Sky "sky" and the River Rock "path". I only used one color each as I didn't want to detract away from my main image of the lady. Then I lightly stamped on the trees, leaves, and plants. This is unusual for me because I normally do the trees/leaves/plants first and emboss them and then brayer. I wanted to try a different look this time. I sponged a little Not Quite Navy around the top and more River Rock on the bottom for interest. (NOTE: I have found brayering easier on SU Cardstock that has a bit of gloss to it rather than the Georgia Pacific cardstock)

I then made all my diamonds and stamped their images on them. I sponged Soft Sky and River Rock on the pieces as appropriate to their location in the final piece. I used my Stamp-a-majig to line up the trees on the large triangle to the trees in the background. The lady and her hat are cut out and adhered on. The branch with the bird was drawn with Copics as I didn't have a good single branch stamp. The "leashes" are embroidery thread that I raided from my DD's craft box in the middle of the night!

So for my idea about using this type of sketch for a scene....Yes! I'll be doing this again!

Stamps: Trees Three, Love Blooms, MFT Gone to the Dogs, MFT Can Ya Dig It?
Paper: Night of Navy, Bazzill
Ink: Next to Navy, Chocolate Chip, Wild Wasabi, Soft Sky, River Rock
Accessories: Embroidery thread, paper piercer, copics, Stamp-a-majig

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Welcome to my new "store"

Welcome to my new store "Just My Style". We have a sale today on pink dresses! Ha!

I made this for the Mojo45 challenge. Wouldn't it be a great card for a gift card to a shoe or clothing store?

I paper pieced the pink dress on the "sign" and used Copic W-3 to draw a shadow on the left and bottom of the dress. When it was attached (using pop dots) to the rest of the card, I drew a W-3 line under and to the left for shadow. The sky was sponged with Whisper White and Soft Sky onto Soft Sky paper. I then added some white gel pen. I'm working on perfecting my cloud technique so I can share it with you.

The "awning" was made with my Word Window punch (wish I could remember where I saw that done first!). I also use my Score-Pal to run an edge along the bottom and fold those down so it pops up a bit. I sponge Going Grey ink along that folded edge. I drew a shadow with my Copic W-3 under the awning.

Stamps: Gina K. Retro Boutique
Paper: Soft Sky, Bazzill,
Ink: Soft Sky, Whisper White, Going Grey, Virsamark
Accessories: White gel pen, Copics, Word Window Punch, Score-Pal


"Picture" of Us at the Beach for OCCC

Hi! I finally hung that picture of us at the beach. What do you think?

Ha! This was created for the Our Creative Corner Challenge. The image was received through a PIF from NurseChrissy (thanks Chrissy!)

For the "wall" I stamped the Stampendous Marble Texture Cube lightly around the edges of the yellow paper (stamping off on scratch paper first). Then I sponged a Going Grey shadow under and to the left of where the picture frame would be.

The "frame" is made by scoring the corners with my Score-Pal. I then masked those score lines with post it notes and sponged Chocolate Chip ink into the corners (so the score line did not get any ink). I also sponged Chocolate Chip ink around the edges of the Chocolate Chip layer.

I used Michelle Zindorf's brayered sky technique to make the sky, ocean and beach on Whisper White. I then colored the ladies with Copic Markers, cut them out, and attached them to the beach. I chose this method to keep the colors very bright! (Emboss resist would have dulled them a bit). I sponged some Going Grey on the top and to the right to create a shadow from the frame.

The "framed pic" is up on popdots and I used a brad as a "nail" and drew in the picture wire.

Stamps: Stampendous Texture Cube, Pink Cat Studios Beach Plate 1
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Bazzill
Ink: Going Grey, More Mustard, Cool Caribbean, Taken with Teal, River Rock, Chocolate Chip
Accessories: brad, fine black marker, Score-Pal, brayer, white gel pen


Sunday, July 6, 2008

Christmas in July

HA! I bet you thought you caught me slacking on my card-a-day goal. NOT!

I did a prototype of this year's Christmas card and I'm now shopping for any additional supplies I might need. This year's design is based on last year....I accidentally stamped the sentiment "wishing you loads of holiday cheer" the wrong direction on last year's card (noticing at # 48 of 50!). DH had the great idea to save them for this year. So I used a different sentiment last year and saved these. I tried to keep this simple yet elegant (I have to make 50+). Remember this is just a isn't even glued down, my red cardstock is 2 different brands and I clearly need a thicker ribbon. I'll repost a finished one later.

Also, because I'm a cheapo and don't want to waste any of my precious paper or pay additional postage, I cut the centers out of the layers at the very back. I then use the red scrap to stamp the truck on and the gold scrap to frame the red layer with the truck. Here's what I mean. Anyone else do this?

Stamps: Loads of Love
Paper: Real Red, red and gold from Mike's
Accessories, Snowflake embossing folder, ribbon from Mike's, Virsamark, Gold embossing powder from Mike's


Friday, July 4, 2008

Featured Cupcake Sampler

Happy 4th of July everyone. Aren't we blessed to be here in this great country!

Wow, I was so honored to be chosen as The Featured Cupcake Sampler for this week. You can find out more about cupcake challenges at Taylor’s blog, Taylored Expressions. Taylor's sketches are wonderful and she is sooo nice! My Featured Cupcake Sampler card is named “I Dream of Cupcakes”.

This card was all about that cupcake wall. When you hold this card at arm’s length, those cupcakes appear to pop up right off the wall just like cobblestones would. Here's a closeup. You may be able to get the effect by stepping back from your computer screen a bit.

So for my first tutorial: The Cobblestone Cupcake Wall with Copics

Preparation: Stamp the images on white paper using your Copic friendly favorites. I used Georgia Pacific cardstock and Brilliance Ink (heat set). I tried stamping the cupcakes randomly the first time but didn’t like the effect. These cupcakes are stamped in a loose brickwork pattern.

Step 1. Color lightly over the entire area with your E33 marker. Don’t worry about the streaks.

Step 2. Color lightly over the entire area again with your E37 marker. Again, don’t worry about the streaks.

Step 3. Using your colorless blender (0), remove a little color from the right side only of all the cupcakes. I colored a bit inside the line and the ink spread outward to the line. I only “scrubbed” back and forth about 4 times and then let it set a minute. It will continue to spread a little while you wait. If it needs more, go back one or two more times. If you use too much, you’ll end up with a puddle around the edge of your cupcake.

Step 4. Trace just outside the cupcake on the left side only with E47. I tried to start and finish my lines up on the very tip of the marker so they were thinner at the start and stop and wider in the middle. (The first cupcake in example #4 has one of those “puddles” on the right side where I used too much colorless blender)

Oh, the cap on top of the wall……I masked the area off with post it notes because I can’t ever seem to get my horizon line straight (I especially have a problem when painting water!). I then colored the whole area with the E33. Next I colored the middle with E35. Finally, I colored the bottom of the area with E37. Then I removed the post-it notes and blended the bottom of the E37 line into the wall using E35. I then went back and used a ruler to draw the thin black line across the top and in between E37 and E47 (so it looks like a shadow underneath the overhang of the cap).

Now, what kind of wall can you create?

Stamps: Elzybells Daydreaming Girl from Laurlynn, Inkadinkadoo Birthday Cupcake from Christina13, MFT Can Ya Dig It? (flower in girls hair), Short and Sweet, Canvas Backgrounder (on pink layer), All Night Media DJ Chunky Alphabet
Inks: Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, Regal Rose
Accessories: Copics, fine black marker, glitter pen, Heat & Set Powder, Dazzling Diamonds (on dreamy cupcake), Virsamark, Swiss Dots Embossing Folder (on chocolate layer under ribbon), Ribbon, Pop Dots, Ruler


Thursday, July 3, 2008

OCCC Basic Grey at the Beach

This was created for the Our Creative Corner Challenge to use Basic Grey paper. This was a challenge for me because I own very little DP and only 5 sheets of Basic Grey. It was hard to let myself cut into it.

The main image was PIF'd to me by NewStampinAddict (thanks Alison!)

I purposely left that lower right corner a little bare to better showcase the paper.

LESSON LEARNED: This time I picked my colors/paper first THEN picked and image. I usually pick my image first. This played out very smoothly so I'll be trying this theory about "picking paper then image" again.

STAY TUNED - Tomorrow for my featured cupcake stamper card & also my first tutorial! I'll also soon be posting how I sponge the "sky" around my images. I've really been hating white paper lately!

Stamps: Inkadinkadoo Sandcastle, Autumn Leaves Swirls V I, Alphabits
Paper: Basic Grey Archiaic Ancient, Soft Sky, Chocolate Chip
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Soft Sky
Accessories: Ribbon from Pink Hedge Hog, 1/4" circle punch, pop dots, prismacolor pencils & baby oil

Michelle B.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Football Birthday Card

This is a card for my Uncle who loves the St. Louis Ram's football team (thus the navy and gold theme). I spent HOURS coloring in this fabulous image I received thru the PIF image thread from Laurabelle. When I went to trim off the unused edges, I accidentally cut right through the middle of the soda can. UG! I decided to use it anyway as the focus here was on football.

Now, if this was for me, that soda can would be a must. I love my soda!

LESSON LEARNED: No 2 AM trimming!

Stamps: House Mouse Monday Night Football, All in the Family Accessories
Paper: SU Night of Navy, unknown Gold
Ink: Night of Navy
Accessories: Copics, Virsamark pad, gold embossing powder, heat gun, brads