Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Joy, Love & Peace

Hello, my crafty friends! I'm back this morning with my last Inky Impressions DT inspiration project for IIC #144 - Monochrome! My term has come to an end, and I'd like to thank Nicole (Inky's owner) and the rest of the Inkettes for this wonderful opportunity. These four months have gone by so fast - time sure flies when you're having fun! So come play with us in our monochrome challenge this week! We want to see your monochromatic projects!

I chose black and white for my CAS Christmas note card and used the beautiful Joy, Love & Peace Tree sentiment digi which was a December new release. I used some gorgeous black and white floral 6x6 papers and matted all the elements on black cardstock. I adhered a coordinating bow to the top of the tree in place of the star and added a tiny block of black cardstock below the tree as the trunk. I left the inside blank to use as a note card.


Recipe:

I hope you're inspired to create a pretty monochromatic card for our challenge this week! I used black and white, but you can use any color you want! To get your mojo going, be sure to check out all the stamps and crafting goodies available in the Inky Impressions store! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, January 27, 2014

I'm a Gina K Designs Guest Designer in February!

Woo-hoo! I have some terrific news to share... I've been selected as one of the three guest designers for Gina K Designs during the month of February! I'm stoked beyond belief! Congrats to Allie and Donna, the other two ladies who were also selected!

Click HERE for the announcement!

This is a dream come true for me! I can cheerfully credit Gina and her crew for my start in blogging and entering challenges almost three years ago. The first challenge I ever entered was a StampTV "Free For All Friday" challenge! Great memories! ;)

GKD products are "tried and true" as far as I'm concerned, as pretty close to half of my stamp collection are GKD stamps, and her cardstock and patterned papers have been staples in my scrap room all this time as well.

Enough rambling... a huge humble THANKS to Gina K Designs for this amazing opportunity! Gina - I'll do my best to make you proud! :)

Hugs,
Leslie

Sunday, January 26, 2014

with love

Howdy, friends! I'm back with my final post of the day - a sweet anniversary card I created today using stamps from the GKD Bundle of Love stamp set in the Journey of the Heart StampTV kit. This weekend I've had the best case of inky fingers I've had in a while!

I kept this one clean and simple - I've been in a CAS mode this weekend. I absolutely love CAS because the projects go together so quickly but I do love my layers and pretty papers! This card has an embossed woodgrain background and I went with a kraft, red and white color combo to compliment the wood, branch and gorgeous gingham ribbon. I wish the ink colors didn't look so muted in these photos, but for some reason they do. :(


Here's a peek at the inside.


I'm pleased to enter this anniversary card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury White and Kraft cardstock; Marco's red cardstock
  • GKD Bundle of Love stamp set
  • Memento Rich Cocoa and Lady Bug ink
  • Tim Holtz Wood embossing folder
  • GKD red and white gingham ribbon
  • Red gemstones from stash

All right, that's it for me for the rest of the weekend... I've cleaned up my hands and it's time for dinner! Thanks so much for stopping by - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Get well

** 2/8/14 Top Pick at Inkspirational Challenges! **

Hi everyone! Hope you're keeping warm wherever you are this chilly weekend! I'm in north Florida and it's been wonderfully chilly here! The hubster and I don't do heat real well anymore, so we embrace the cooler weather! Please say we're not strange! ;)

I'm back this morning to share another CAS card, a Springtime flower bouquet note card, I created this weekend with a couple stamps from the Love and Prayers stamp set in my new Journey of the Heart StampTV kit. I have to admit that I wasn't happy with the way it originally turned out so I did a slight re-do and it looks much better I think!


I stamped the single flower in several Memento colors and fussy cut them all. Sadly I don't have a Silhouette so I cannot take advantage of the free cutting files that go with this StampTV kit... darn it... but I shall work on that! ;) Prior to layering the flowers, I stamped the leaves in two colors of green for variation. I stamped the sentiment and added three white flat-back pearls to finish. I really like this! I left the inside blank to use as a note card. [Update: I got a Silhouette Cameo a couple days ago and so far I love it!]


I'd love to enter this colorful Springtime note card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury white and navy blue cardstock
  • GKD Love and Prayers stamp set
  • Memento ink: Lady Bug, Teal Zeal, Danube Blue, Grape Jelly, Morocco, Pear Tart and Bamboo Leaves
  • White flat-back pearls

Well, that's it from me for now. I'm headed back into the scrap room to finish a couple other projects. Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

With Sympathy

** 2/3/14 Top 5 at Crafty Cardmakers! **

Hi everyone! It's been another busy weekend that's going by way too fast! I was able to play in the scrap room a little this weekend and created a couple CAS cards. My Journey of the Heart StampTV kit, along with a few other stamp sets, arrived in the mail on Thursday and I just had to get my fingers a little inky! ;)

I'm sure most people will agree that sympathy cards aren't on the top of a crafter's list of cards to make, but life being what it is, we have the need for them from time to time. I created a beautiful black and white CAS sympathy card with my new stamps and ribbon. Black stamping on white cardstock matted on black with some gorgeous black and white gingham ribbon. Sometimes less is more. The flower stamp is from the GKD Love and Prayers stamp set and the front and inside sentiments are from the GKD Sympathy Duo stamp set. Of course, I had to use my new Bow It All bow maker for the double loop bow! I'm so infatuated with that new toy and don't know how I've crafted so long without it! LOL!


I think this inside sentiment is just beautiful!


I'm entering this sympathy card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury white and black cardstock
  • GKD Love and Prayers stamp set
  • GKD Sympathy Duo stamp set
  • Memento Tuxedo Black ink
  • GKD black and white gingham ribbon
  • White flat-back pearls

Hope you all are keeping warm wherever you are! Stay tuned for another CAS card I created this weekend - it's sure to bring some Springtime into your mind at least! ;) Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!
Hugs,
Leslie

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Birthday Girl

Hi everyone! I've popped in this morning to share my Inky Impressions DT inspiration project for IIC #143 - Ribbon! Come play with us! We'd love to see your project using ribbon! Yep, easy peasy!

I used the super cute Nickie Running Late For School rubber stamp for my Birthday Girl card. I used some coordinating papers from a new 6x6 pad, and matted all the elements on dark green cardstock. In fact, it was the last piece of that particular dark green color that's been in my stash for probably five years. It's always a bittersweet feeling to use the last of something that's been around a while! ;)


Isn't this little green-eyed red-head just the most adorable thing in her faded blue jeans?! Of course, I'm still playing with my new Bow It All... I can't seem to get enough of it! Ha! Check out the four-loop bow I created with green and white check ribbon!


The inside sentiment is an Inky digi that I cut with a border die and matted on some of the paper I used on the front.


I'm proud to enter this sweet card into the following challenges:

Recipe:

I hope you're inspired to create a pretty project with ribbon for our challenge this week! And to jump-start your mojo, be sure to check out the line of stamps and other crafting goodies at the Inky Impressions store! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, January 20, 2014

Harvest of Wishes Note Card

Hi everyone! I'm off today for the Martin Luther King holiday so I'm finishing up laundry and a few other things that I didn't get done over the weekend. Have you seen that post going around on Facebook saying we need another weekend day?! I resemble that remark! LOL. I created a note card to enter into challenge 4 of the Gina K Designs Guest DT Call for February. There are four challenges to complete over a two-week period in order to be considered for a guest designer spot. The first one was a technique challenge, the second challenge was to create a shaped card, the third challenge was to create a set (two or more) of tags, and this fourth challenge is to use Lee's card (below) as a sketch. Well, I love me some sketches, so I'm all over this one! ;)

I really, really love the GKD Grateful Heart StampTV kit. When I bought it this past summer, I stamped some images from several of the stamp sets contained in the kit. The apple on this card was one of them, so this card went together fairly quickly. The background is embossed script. I used some Tomato Soup grossgrain ribbon. I cut some narrow strips from three papers in the Grateful Heart 6x6 patterned paper pack, and matted all the elements on Warm Cocoa cardstock. Three champagne flat-back pearls finished it. I left the inside blank since it is a note card. I just love these colors and this card kind of takes me back to autumn/fall which is my favorite time of year! ;)


Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury Ivory and Warm Cocoa cardstock
  • Papers from the Grateful Heart 6x6 patterned paper pack
  • GKD Harvest of Wishes stamp set
  • Memento Rich Cocoa ink
  • Copics: E000/11/99, C1, YG95, R24/27/89
  • Cuttlebug Script embossing folder
  • GKD Tomato Soup grossgrain ribbon
  • Champagne flat-back pearls

I would be so slack if I didn't show you Lee's card - this gorgeous sketch is the one we are to follow for this challenge...


Well, this is it - the last challenge to be completed for that guest designer spot on the fabulous Gina K Designs DT! I have my fingers, eyes, legs and toes all crossed... keep those good luck wishes coming! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!
Hugs,
Leslie

Shop Til' You Drop

** 2/10/14 Winner at Your Next Stamp! **
** 1/26/14 Highlight at Use Your Stuff! **

Hello! I'm busting at the seams to share my DT inspiration project for LTSCB #22 - Tag, You're It! We're being sponsored by Your Next Stamp! Come play with us! We want to see your project with a tag - either a tag as your project or a tag on your project! My tag is nestled among all the goodies exploding from the box! ;)

I used the super cute YNS Shop Til' You Drop clear stamp set for my pop-up box card. I saw this tutorial in a recent Splitcoast Stampers newsletter (tutorial HERE) - fell in love with it and just had to try it! This is definitely the fanciest fold I've ever attempted! LOL. I had the best time picking out die cuts, chipboard and flowers to go with the YNS shopper image that was just perfect for this project!

I used burgundy cardstock with a couple coordinating pink, orange, yellow and burgundy papers from one of my favorite paper pads to create the box.


I colored the image to match the colors in the papers and matted her on a tiny receipt.


What girl wouldn't want to shop for shoes and purses?! A huge thank you to my sister for the awesome boot, shoe and purse die cuts in my stash. They couldn't have come in more handy!


Here is another type of purse die cut along with a matching shoe.


The heart-shaped tag features another matching shoe and purse, a clock (don't we always lose track of time while shopping?!) and some chipboard hearts.


Here's another angle of the tag along with some flowers and tickets (to see a show while out shopping perhaps!).


And the best part is that this box folds flat for mailing, even with all the stuff in it! I did have hold it down with a clear ruler to make it completely flat in order to take this pic. ;)


I'd love to enter this adorable little pop-up box card into the following challenges:


Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury white cardstock; burgundy cardstock from stash; Heartfelt Creations clear cardstock
  • Papers from Recollections Bold Basics paper pad
  • YNS Shop Til' You Drop clear stamp set
  • Memento Tuxedo Black ink
  • Copics: Y17, E00/07/33/51, YR01/15/18, R89/85, YG17
  • Boot, shoe and purse die cuts; large heart die cut
  • Prima flowers
  • Clock charm
  • Receipt and ticket ephemera
  • Chipboard hearts

I hope you've found a little inspiration to create a tag project for our challenge! To jump-start your mojo, be sure to visit Your Next Stamp to check out all the fun stamps and crafting goodies! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Charmed Friend Tags

Howdy my crafty friends! What a relief... I can finally blog my Charmed Friend Tags that I created for my bookworm friend! I didn't want her to see them, so I couldn't blog them! I was thinking outside the box a little with these tags... they doubled as bookmarks for her new books!

I created these tags to enter into challenge 3 of the Gina K Designs Guest DT Call for February and couldn't upload them there either! That's on my "Gotta Do" list for tomorrow! LOL. There are four challenges to complete over a two-week period in order to be considered for a guest designer spot which I would so love! The first one was a technique challenge, the second challenge was to create a shaped card, the third challenge was to create a set (two or more) of tags. The fourth challenge is a sketch challenge, so stay tuned for that project tomorrow!

I used kraft cardstock and stamps from two of the stamp sets in the GKD Grateful Heart StampTV kit. I lightly sponged distress inks to create both backgrounds and used a few Copic markers for a little extra color. The organza ribbons are also from the Grateful Heart StampTV kit.


I had some pretty butterfly and dragonfly charms in my stash, so I added one to each of the tags just for a little extra zing.


I used stamps from the Harvest of Wishes stamp set for this one.


I used stamps from the Grateful Heart stamp set for this one.


Recipe:
  • GKD kraft cardstock; Core'dinations Chocolate cardstock
  • Memento Rich Cocoa ink
  • Ranger Walnut Stain, Shabby Shutters, Wikld Honey and Fired Brick distress inks
  • GKD Harvest of Wishes stamp set used for the So Thankful For Your Friendship Tag
    • Copics: R22/24, YG95/99, E39/99
    • GKD Honey mustard organza ribbon
    • Butterfly charm from stash
  • GKD Grateful Heart stamp set used for the My Forever Friend Tag
    • Copics: YR01
    • GKD Fresh Asparagus organza ribbon
    • Dragonfly charm from stash

I continue to ask that you keep those good luck wishes coming my way... I would be so stoked to be chosen as a guest designer for Gina K Designs! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)

Hugs,
Leslie

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Sending U Big Hugs

** 1/24/14 Honorable Addict at Addicted To Stamps and More! Challenge Blog! **

Good morning, my friends! I'd love to share my sweet Valentine - my Inky Impressions DT inspiration project for IIC #142 - Pink and Girly! Come play with us! We want to see your pink and girly projects!

I used the adorable Marleigha Kisses digi which is a January new release. I actually feel really good about this project because I was able to decrease my UFO pile by one piece! [UFO = UnFinished Objects!] I had created this card base with the pretty embossed background matted on dark pink cardstock for another card several months back which I ended up not using. It worked perfectly for this Valentine! Yay!


Isn't that little round face just the cutest?! I mounted the image on a notebook paper die cut and a lacey circle die cut.


The front sentiment is also a January new release. And how about that six-loop bow made with two kinds of ribbon and an Inky heart charm?! Another beauty made with my Bow It All! I just love that new toy! ;)


The inside sentiment is another January new release digi printed on pink cardstock and minimally colorized with a Copic marker.



I'd love to enter this sweetie into the following challenges:

Recipe:

I hope you've been inspired to create a pretty pink and girly project for our challenge this week! To crank up your mojo, be sure to check out all the fun stamps and other goodies in the Inky Impressions store! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Joy

Hi everybody! I'm back today to share a project I created to enter into challenge 2 of the Gina K Guest DT Call for February! There are four challenges to complete over a two-week period in order to be considered for a guest designer spot. The first one was a technique challenge, and this second challenge is to create a shaped card. GKD stamps, cardstock and papers have been staples in my scrap room for several years, so her products are definitely "tried and true" as far as I'm concerned! Scoring a guest designer gig for Gina K would put me over the moon! ;)

I created a triangle shaker card using several stamps from the GKD Seasons Greetings stamp set. I know Christmas is over but this polar vortex we've just had has put me right back in a cold winter mood... and I live in north Florida! So I now have a head start on next year's Christmas cards (wink-wink)! I had found and bookmarked Pennywise Arts a while back and sadly they've closed up shop since I visited last, but have left their amazing tutorials and gallery available for perusal. This triangle shaker card is one of several projects I found there that I wanted to try. I've made a few shaker cards over the years, and this one is by far the easiest! I'm really happy with the way it turned out.


I randomly stamped small snowflakes on the front of the card and the envelope (and a border on the flap of the envelope), and added a little color with a light blue Copic marker and some shimmer with a stardust pen. I stamped the adorable little snowman inside the shaker which fit perfectly. I used the Joy stamp, cutting it with a SB oval die and mounting it on a scalloped oval die cut.


I used clear micro marbles as "snow" inside the shaker. I added a tiny clear gemstone to the center of each snowflake.


Here's a peek at the inside - fairly simple with just a sentiment.


Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury white cardstock; Colorbok light blue and green textured cardstock
  • GKD Season's Greetings stamp set
  • Memento Tuxedo Black ink
  • Copics: R24/27, YR04, B00, B000
  • Sakura Stardust pen
  • Spellbinders Classic Ovals and Scalloped Ovals dies
  • Blockheads clear micro marbles
  • Tiny clear gemstones

Okie dokie, this is it for me today. Please keep those good luck wishes coming my way... I would really love to guest design for Gina K Designs! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Happy Birthday!

** Top 3 Pick at Come and Get It Challenges! **

Hi everyone! I'm here this morning to share my DT inspiration project for this week's Inky Impressions Challenge, IIC #141 - Something New. Come play with us! We want to see your projects created with something new... and you have to tell us what it is! ;)

I used the adorable Inky Impressions Fairy Sitting on Clothespin digi for my birthday card. The digi is new (I purchased it for this challenge), I used my new Zutter Bow It All bow maker to make a triple loop bow, and I created some new flowers for embellishments. I used some awesome papers from a matstack that I bought several years ago. I can't believe I haven't used them up because I just love them!


This fairy is just the cutest! She has some sparkle on her tiny little wings that you can't see too well in the photo. I cut her with a pretty shaped die and matted all the elements on dark purple cardstock. My bow-making skills are improving with my new bow maker - I'm lovin' this triple loop bow!


Both the front and inside sentiments are computer generated, printed in purple.


I'd love to enter this sweet little fairy birthday card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury ivory cardstock; DCWV Latte matstack; Cricut Purples & Pinks cardstock
  • Inky Impressions Fairy Sitting on Clothespin digital image
  • Copics: E00/07/11/33/35/37/51, Y17, R00/85, C3, YG63/99, BV02/08/13/17
  • Sakura Stardust pen
  • Spellbinders Labels Eighteen and Ribbon Banners dies
  • Sizzix 3-D Flowers die
  • Studios Blackbird ribbon

I really hope you're inspired to create a project depicting something new for our challenge this week! To get your mojo going, be sure to check out the selection of stamps and other crafting goodies in the Inky Impressions store! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, January 6, 2014

Happy Easter

** Winner at The Squirrel and The Fox! **

Good morning, everyone! Happy 2014! I'm excited to share my DT inspiration project for the first challenge of the year at Love To scrap! Challenge Blog... LTSCB #21 - Anything Goes, sponsored by Technique Junkies and The Paper Nest Dolls! Yep, that's right - we have two sponsors lined up for most of our challenges this year, and that means two prizes! Everyone loves Anything Goes, so come play with us! :)

I have four Technique Junkies CDs and love every one of them... so many fun folds and projects, and I have vowed to try every one of those folds and projects! The new fold I used for my Happy Easter card is a side step tri which I modified slightly from the instructions to make the center portion wider to accommodate my adorable Bunny Love Avery image from The Paper Nest Dolls. I used some fun 6x6 Easter papers that I bought a while back and hadn't had an opportunity to use.


This is my first-ever side step card and I just love how it turned out. It definitely helps to use an adorable image! ;) Isn't she the cutest?!


Here's an angled view so you can see the actual fold a little better. Looks way more complicated than it really is. A couple cuts and scores with mountain and valley folds! ;)


I'm proud to enter my adorable side step card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury lavendar cardstock; dark purple cardstock from stash
  • First Edition Spring Drop 6x6 paper pad with carrot stickers
  • The Paper Nest Dolls Bunny Love Avery digital image
  • Copics: YG13/17/61/67, BV13/17, C3/5, R20/83, Y17/21, E00/33/37
  • Sentiment from the Stamp Camp Simple Sentiments 1 stamp set
  • Memento Tuxedo Black ink
  • Spellbinders Fancy Framed Tags One die (inside portion)
  • Zva Creative white flat-back pearls

Hope you've found some inspiration to create a fun project for our Anything Goes challenge! To get your mojo going, be sure to check out the fun Technique Junkies CDs and the adorable stamps and other goodies that The Paper Nest Dolls offers! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie


Saturday, January 4, 2014

Time

Hello again! I'm back as promised to share the second project I created today to enter into challenge 1 of the Gina K Guest DT Call for February! There will be four challenges to complete over the next two weeks in order to be considered for the guest DT, and the first one is a technique challenge. I've been using GKD stamps, cardstock and papers for the past three years, I guess, and haven't run across anything I haven't just loved! And designing for Gina K (guest or otherwise) would be the most absolutely awesome thing that could ever happen for me!

The technique for the first challenge is color on color emboss resist. I love this technique! Gina's tutorial is HERE.  I went for grunge with this note card. I used the GKD Time stamp set duo which I thought would be perfect stamped on ivory linen cardstock inked with bold chunks of yellow, orange and brown distress inks. This is a great masculine card!


I used a record number (or pretty close to it) of different kinds of cardstock on this card which features lots of layers and dimension.


Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury ivory cardstock; Core'dinations chocolate cardstock; DCWV gold shimmer cardstock; Marco's Antique Linen ivory cardstock; Bazzill Basics gold foil cardstock
  • GKD Time stamp set duo
  • Memento Rich Cocoa ink
  • Ranger Mustard Seed, Rusty Hinge, Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain distress inks
  • Versamark Dazzle
  • 3-D foam pads

As I mentioned in my last post, wish me major luck with the Guest DT Call! I would SO love to score this gig! ;) Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!
Hugs,
Leslie

If I Had a Flower

Hi everyone! I've been playing the in scrap room today, on this fine Saturday, and created two projects to enter into challenge 1 of the Gina K Guest DT Call for February! There will be four challenges to complete over the next two weeks in order to be considered for the guest DT, and the first one is a technique challenge. I'm stoked beyond belief - designing for Gina K (guest or otherwise) would be the dream of a lifetime for me! I love her stamps, cardstock and patterned papers, and I would truly be a walking testimony to how fabulous her products are! ;)

The technique for the first challenge is color on color emboss resist. Awesome technique! Gina's tutorial is HERE.  I went for vintage with this note card. I thought the GKD Garden Forever stamp set duo would be perfect stamped on ivory linen cardstock which actually looks like fabric when inked. I really like how this turned out!


I used sticky back canvas for the main background, and matted all the elements on black cardstock which I think is a nice contrast. I added a gemstone to the center of each flower.


Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury ivory cardstock; Paper and More black cardstock; Marco's Antique Linen ivory cardstock
  • Ranger Sticky Back Canvas
  • GKD Garden Forever stamp set duo
  • Memento Tuxedo Black ink
  • Ranger Dried Marigold, Shabby Shutters, Victorian Velvet and Dusty Concord distress inks
  • Versamark Dazzle
  • Spellbinders Classic Ovals and Floral Ovals dies
  • Purple gemstones

Wish me luck with the Guest DT Call! Stay tuned for my second entry into the first challenge - this is serious business! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Friday, January 3, 2014

Wishing you well

** Winner at 4 Crafty Chicks! **

Hi crafty friends! Happy Friday evening! I'm here with a late post for Inky Impressions IIC #140 - Anything Goes. I have to admit, I'm hardly ever late for anything, but the Inky DT was off last week while I continued to create a couple extra projects with the December releases, so in the back of my mind, I was thinking this was my week off! NOT! Nothing like getting caught with my pants down, as my Dad would say! ;)

I chose the super cute Wishing Well digital image for my "Wishing you well" card. I cracked the seals on a new pad of some fun 6x6 papers and matted all the elements on dark teal textured cardstock.


And of course, I had to get some practice in with my new bow maker, so I created a double-loop bow out of some gorgeous deep teal ribbon which actually looks more royal blue in the photos.


I kept the inside simple with a computer-generated sentiment to coordinate with the front sentiment (also computer-generated).


I'd love to enter my get well card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • GKD Pure Luxury ivory cardstock; Colorbok dark teal textured cardstock
  • My Mind's Eye Memorable 6x6 paper pad
  • Inky Impressions Wishing Well digital image
  • Copics: C1/3/5, Y17, BG000/13/45, YG61/63, E33/37
  • Spellbinders Classic Circles and Lacey Circles dies
  • Ranger Antique Linen distress ink
  • VersaMagic Oasis Green ink
  • Dark teal ribbon
  • Champagne flat-back pearls

Hope you're inspired to create a fun project for our Anything Goes challenge! Be sure to stop by the Inky Impressions store to check out all the fun images! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie