Sunday, September 17, 2017

Simple Gourd Goodness


I couldn't bear to throw away those little strips of designer series paper - it was (2) 1/2" x 12" strips, actually.  I cut them up and flipped one over, to show both of the patterns.  Just a little bit of interest on an otherwise simple card.

I need a birthday card, so I used an old favorite greeting for that one.  The Thank you greeting comes in the Gourd Goodness stamp set.  I like the font!

Here is a close-up that shows my layers of color.  The gourds are 2-step stamps.  I stamped the first layer in Peekaboo Peach.  Stamped on top of that with Tangerine Tango.


Vanilla layer popped up on a Vanilla card base.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create these:

Stamps:  Gourd Goodness, Tin of Cards (retired)
Ink:  Peekaboo Peach, Tangerine Tango, Early Espresso
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Painted Autumn designer series paper.
Other:  Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Color Theory Memories & More - September cards

Remember last month I started a year-long effort to make cards using the Color Theory Memories & More card pack?  My goal is to use a hand full of the printed cards each month, to make other things.  Right now, I'm still focused on making other cards.  I may get ambitious next month and try some tags or *GASP* a scrapbook page.  :)

The card pack contains 72 double-sided cards:  (52) 3" x 4" cards (2 each of 26 designs), and (20) 4" x 6" cards (2 each of 10 designs). 

These are the cards that I made for my September batch.  Keep scrolling for close-ups of each, along with supplies.


For the September batch, these are the Color Theory Memories & More cards that I used.  I chose 4 designs, and I used both cards for each design = 8 cards used total.


I was going for a Fall and Halloween theme this month.  I used several stamps and products from the Holiday catalog, mixed in with things found in the Annual catalog.


This Halloween card used:  the Spooky Cat bundle (stamps and punch), Black Shimmer ribbon, Black Rhinestones, and the Petal Burst embossing folder.  Colors are Old Olive and Basic Black.


I love this little guy!  I know yellow isn't a terribly Halloween-y color, but it fit.  I also cut the branch out using the Seasonal Layers thinlits.  Embossed the tone-on-tone background with the Layered Leaves folder.  I hand-cut the owl.

This OWLoween card used:  Spooky Cat stamp, Seasonal Layers thinlits, Layered Leaves embossing folder, Black rhinestones, 2 1/4" circle punch.  Colors are Crushed Curry and Basic Black.


This card was actually the first one that I made in this batch.  I wanted a non-Halloween cat, so I just used the cat punch.  I kept a "fall-y" feel with the Woodland embossing folder, and some Copper trim.

This card used:  One Big Meaning stamps, Cat punch, Copper trim, and the Woodland embossing folder.  Colors are Soft Suede and Chocolate Chip.


With this card, I was feeling the COPPER.  I added some more Copper Trim, and did some embossing with Copper powder.  The leaf-print card is actually stuck right on top of one of the bigger cards, to cover up the grid pattern that I didn't care for.

This card used:  One Big Meaning stamps, Copper Trim, Copper embossing powder.  Colors are Soft Suede, Crushed Curry, and Old Olive.


I saved the best for last!  This is my favorite - and I'm sure you can guess why.  LEAVES, LEAVES, LEAVES.  And Fall colors.  I embossed the tone-on-tone background with the Pinewood Planks embossing folder, and added some die cut leaves.  The big yellow leaf was stamped on one of the Memories & More cards, and cut out.  The rest of the leaves were just stamped on cardstock, and cut.

This card used:  Vintage Leaves stamps, the Leaflets framelits, Pinewood Planks embossing folder, 5/8" Burlap ribbon, and plenty of glue. Colors are Cajun Craze, Early Espresso, Old Olive, Crushed Curry.

I hope you enjoyed these Halloween and Fall cards that I created using the Memories & More card pack.  We'll see what creative ideas October brings!

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Happy Birthday Sis!

Happy birthday to my sister this week too!  I made this card using some retired papers, along with the hot new set, Painted Harvest.  The flowers don't exactly match, but I liked the colors anyway.


It's a little hard to tell from the picture, but the card base is Smoky Slate - it went with the gift bag that I made, so that was how I ended up with this.  Soft Sky later is embossed with the Layered Leaves embossing folder.

Scallop and Stitched Circles are the largest size dies from both of those framelit sets.

For the flowers, I stamped the flower base layer twice.  Reinked it both times, so it was full-strength ink on top of full-strength ink.  Then I hit it again with the top flower layer, again in Soft Sky ink full-strength.  The flower centers are Tuxedo Black, stamped off once.  You can see that I didn't do a great job of stamping off for the bottom right flower. 

Otherwise, I like the colors and how it turned out.  I added some Iced Rhinestones that I have left over from last year's Holiday catalog.  They're so sparkly!

I probably should have used Smoky Slate for the scallop layer around the large stitched circle die...live and learn, right?  I think she liked it anyway.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Painted Harvest, Tin of Cards (retired)
Ink:  Soft Sky, Tip Top Taupe (retired), Old Olive, Tuxedo Black Memento
Paper:  Smoky Slate, Whisper White, Soft Sky, Succulent Garden designer series paper (retired)
Other:  Big Shot, Stitched Shapes framelits, Layering Circles framelits, Iced Rhinestones (retired), Stampin' Dimensionals

 Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Floating Letters - baby card


This was actually my first attempt at a "floating letters" technique card.  I made it for a guy at work...guess what his wife had?  I couldn't spell "babies" because that was too many letters for the size of these dies.  After I made this, I promptly ordered the Large Letters framelits that are currently available.

For this one, I used my stampamajig.  I lightly tacked the letters down to my card front layer and stamped the babies.  Then I pulled the letters up, and used the stampamajig to position the baby stamp to get it again. 

Color in the babies on both the letters and the card front layer.  Attach letters with Mini Stampin' Dimensionals.

I even used retired colors, because I like them - Bashful Blue and Pretty in Pink.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Cuddles & Tickles (retired), hello (from a retired card kit set that I can't remember now)
Ink:  Basic Black
Paper:  Whisper White (Thick for the base, regular for all the layers)
Other:  Big Shot, Simple Alphabet dies, markers (Bashful Blue, Pretty in  Pink), Mini Stampin' Dimensionals, Rhinestone Basic Jewels

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Monday, September 11, 2017

Painted Harvest - Tangerine Tango and Lemon Lime Twist

I am totally in love with this color combination for the Painted Harvest stamp set - Tangerine Tango and Lemon Lime Twist.  They just pop!

For the flowers themselves, I stamped the bottom layer of the sunflower in Peekaboo Peach - TWICE.  The second time I stamped it, I turned the stamp a little.  Add the top layer of the sunflower over that with Tangerine Tango.


The flowers are stamped on a Stitched Circle die cut - it is the largest size circle in the Stitched Shapes Framelits.  Layered onto the largest scallop die from the Layering Circles Framelits.

It's really a very simple card.  The designer series paper background really adds a lot of interest, with no work.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Painted Harvest
Ink:  Peekaboo Peach, Tangerine Tango, Early Espresso, Lemon Lime Twist
Paper:  Tangerine Tango, Early Espresso, Lemon Lime Twist, Very Vanilla, Painted Harvest designer series paper
Other:  Big Shot, Layering Circles Framelits, Stitched Shapes Framelits, Lemon Lime Twist Ombre ribbon, Glue Dots, Tombow liquid glue, Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy Creating!

Toni

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Halloween Treat gift bag

This treat bag is a great size, and holds quite a big of candy.  I found a tutorial from A. Juda, and changed out the papers and stamps to make it Halloweeny.  So cute!

 

Stamp the witch's hat on a scrap of Very Vanilla, and hand-cut.  


Basic cutting/scoring instructions are:  Start with a piece of designer series paper:  6" x 12". 

Score short side at 2", from whichever end you want to be the bottom - some patterns are directional.

Score across long side at 1", 3 3/4", 6 1/2", and 9 1/4".

Cut slits for the bottom flaps, and assemble like a regular box.  Squish it across and staple closed at the top (AFTER you put candy in it)!

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Spooky Cat
Ink:  Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Pumpkin Pie, Spooky Night designer series paper
Other:  Everyday Label punch, Triple Banner punch, Basic Black Shimmer ribbon, hole punch, stapler, Stampin' Dimensionals


Thanks for visiting, and Happy Creating!

Toni

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Floating Letters - Fall-inspired

Fall-inspired Floating Letters technique on this card.  There are plenty of videos out there for this technique, so google and use the one that you like best.  You'll also see something similar called "Eclipse" cards, inspired by our recent solar eclipse.  

For the way I did it,  I cut out the letters first, then stamped them with some of the flowers and leaves from Happy Birthday Gorgeous stamps.  

Emboss the background layer with the Softly Falling folder, and attach to your card base.  I used the THICK Whisper White card stock for the base; it really makes a difference.  Attach the letters to the card front using MINI Stampin' Dimensionals.  They're the perfect size!

Since I spelled out "YOU", I added "celebrate" to the front of it, and "Amaze Me" to the end.  Celebrate You, and You Amaze Me.  I stamped those on scraps of Whisper White, and hand-cut.  Also popped up with Mini Stampin' Dimensionals.

 

Close-up - although it's only marginally closer. :(  Hopefully, you can see the textured background.


Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Happy Birthday Gorgeous, Thoughtful Banners
Ink:  Cajun Craze, Crushed Curry, Garden Green
Paper:   Whisper White (Thick and regular)
Other:  Big Shot, Large Letters Framelits, Softly Falling embossing folder, Mini Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy Creating!

Toni

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Merry Cafe - Pumpkin Spice time!

It's time for Pumpkin Spice, amiright?

This cute fall-packaged treat has a Pumpkin Spice Cafe Latte for one inside, along with a few pieces of Dove's Dark Chocolate for good measure.  Get the disposable coffee cups from Walmart - they came in a 20-pack with the lids and bands. 

The adorable tag/card is 3 1/2" tall x 2 3/4" wide.  Cut your card stock, 7" x 2 3/4" and score in half at 3 1/2".  Fold over.

 

Stamp a little background with Timeless Textures, then stamp and die-cut your coffee cup pieces and assemble.  I used Chocolate Chip ink for all of that stamping.  The dies make these little coffee cups so easy to put together.

I also sponged the words/cup band with some Crumb Cake.

Close-up of the card/tag.  Tied it to the bag using some of the cool new Jute twine - not too thick, not too thin.


Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Merry Cafe, Timeless Textures
Ink:  Chocolate Chip, Crumb Cake
Paper:  Cajun Craze, Very Vanilla, Painted Harvest designer series paper
Other:  Big Shot, Coffee Cups framelits, Metallic Enamel Shapes, stampin' sponge, Stampin Dimensionals, Jute Twine, cello bag, Disposable coffee cup

Thanks for visiting, and Happy Creating!

Toni

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Monday, September 4, 2017

Baby's room Name Frame

I've had this on my To Do List for 3 weeks now, so I'm happy that I had time to make it today.  Name frame for a baby's room.  All she said was "purple", so this is my best effort.  The name barely fit.  White frame is 5x7, from Walmart.  NOTE TO SELF: Next time, cut all the letters out ahead of time, and take to the store with you, so you can judge the right size frame.  I probably should have chosen a different frame...but....

Sorry for the not-so-great picture.  I'm probably the world's worst photographer.  At least I figured out how to turn the flash off this time, so the glass didn't glare.  :)

I stamped the flowers and butterflies on Shimmery White cardstock with Tuxedo Black Memento ink.  Colored them in with Rich Razzleberry and Old Olive alcohol markers (from a couple of years ago). 

Hand-cut the flowers and butterflies.  Die cut the letters from an old alphabet set, and then ran them all through the Big Shot with an old Polka Dots embossing folder to give a letter texture. 


Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Garden in Bloom
Ink:  Tuxedo Black Memento
Paper:  Rich Razzleberry, Shimmery White, Razzleberry designer series paper (retired)
Other:  Big Shot, Simple Alphabet dies (retired), polka dot folder (retired), Rich Razzleberry & Old Olive alcohol markers (retired), 2-way glue pen, Glue Dots, Dazzling Diamonds glitter.

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Painted Harvest - Lemon Lime Leaves


Can you tell I'm loving this color combination?  For this card, I wanted a lot of color, especially the Lemon Lime Twist.  I wanted that green to stand out.  So I embossed the background, added a little bit of designer series paper, and then popped up the focal image.

The Stitched Circle is the largest size of those dies, and the Scalloped Circle is also the largest of those dies.

All of these layers and texture make this card pop.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Painted Harvest
Ink:  Peekaboo Peach, Tangerine Tango, Early Espresso, Lemon Lime Twist
Paper:  Tangerine Tango, Early Espresso, Lemon Lime Twist, Very Vanilla, Painted Harvest designer series paper
Other:  Big Shot, Layered Leaves embossing folder, Layering Circles thinlits, Stitched Shapes thinlits, Tombow liquid glue, Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Painted Harvest banner


I finally got time to play with my new Painted Harvest stamps, and fell in love with this color combination.  I pulled it directly from the NEW Painted Autumn designer series paper.  Peekaboo Peach and Tangerine Tango for the flowers.  It sounds kind of weird, but try it out - it's gorgeous!

The Painted Harvest flower is a 2-step stampin deal.  You stamp the more solid/filled base piece in stamp first, in your lighter color.  Here, Peekaboo Peach.  Then the overlay goes on top.  Here, I used the Tangerine Tango.  Then, I went one step further and stamped the base stamp in Peekaboo Peach again, and I turned the stamp 180 degrees.  Makes is look fuller, and deeper color.  I love it!

I added some leaves in Lemon Lime Twist, because I just love this green!!!

I must admit that the banner piece was cut from a retired Sizzix die, and I can't even remember the name of it right now.  I found a few that I had cut out extras, and used it for this card.  It's popped up on the Layered Leaves embossed background.

I wanted the focus to be on the banner piece, so the card is white-on-white.  I love how it came together.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Painted Harvest, Soft Sayings kit
Ink:  Peekaboo Peach, Tangerine Tango, Early Espresso, Lemon Lime Twist
Paper:  Whisper White (thick, and regular)
Other:  Big Shot, Layered Leaves embossing folder, banner die, Banner Triple punch, Tombow Liquid Glue, Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Toni's Fall Cards Class

Join us in creating (12) Fall-themed cards in this class.  I've got LOTS of "fallish" stuff to share with you, and you know this is my favorite time of year.  :)  There will be (6) designs, and you will make (2) of each. Envelopes included.

Date:  Saturday, Sep 23
Time:  11:00am
Place:  Toni's house
$$/RSVP: $25.00, by 9/13/17 please. Can paypal if you need to.

What to bring: Scissors, adhesive of your choice plus a refill, bone folder, Glue Dots, Liquid glue (unless you hate it), Glue Dots (both sizes - regular AND Mini).

Hope to see you here!
 
 

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Carols of Christmas - Silver and Gold - free gift in August!


Sorry that I'm not that great of a photographer.  I can barely make out the embossed backgrounds on these cards, and they're really pretty!  :(  I wanted to highlight how the Metallic Foil doilies work so well with this bundle. 

I went with Silver and White, and Gold and Vanilla, and stuck with a tone-on-tone look.  I did add some of the new designer series paper to the Peace on Earth card.  Supplies will be listed at the end of the post,.  Here are some close-ups of both cards.  Both cards using the Thick cardstock as the card base - now available in both Whisper White, and Very Vanilla.  Love it!

For this first one, I embossed the white background with the Gently Falling embossing folder, and added a strip of Year of Cheer designer series paper.  Embossed the greeting with Silver powder, and cut it out with the Stitched Shapes Thinlits.  Added the doily, and popped just about everything up.


For the gold card, I ran the background piece through with the Holly embossing folder.  Embossed the greeting with Gold powder, and cut out with the Circles framelits.  Added the doily and some sequins, and popped up the greeting.



 The Carols of Chrsitmas products are available EARLY, before the release of the Holiday catalog. 
      * Carols of Christmas Bundle (146036w/$52.00 or 146037c/$45.00) - includes stamp set and thinlits dies (save 10%).
      * Carols of Christmas Stamp Set only (144801w/$28.00or 144804c/$20.00)
      * Card Front Builder Thinlits Dies only (144674) $30.00

Carols of Christmas BONUS - Now through August 31st, everyone who orders EITHER one of the Carols of Christmas Bundles (wood or clear) will get a FREE pack of Metallic Foil doilies.  This offer is only available through me, using the hostess code, DPJQQHBU, until August 31.

You must use the hostess code, DPJQQHBU, when placing your bundle order in my on-line store in order to qualify for this freebie. Freebies will be mailed to you about 2 weeks after the end of the month. I will use the shipping address from your on-line order, to mail your doilies.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create these:

Stamps:  Carols of Christmas
Ink:  Versamark
Paper:  Whisper White and Very Vanilla (both, thick and regular), Year of Cheer designer series paper
Other:  Metallic Foil Doilies, Big Shot, Gently Falling embossing folder, Holly embossing folder, Layering Circles thinlits, Stitched Shapes thinlits, Heat tool, Silver embossing folder, Gold embossing powder, Embossing Buddy, Metallics Sequin assortment, Fine-Tip glue pen, Tombow liquid glue, Dimensionals (both Mini and regular)

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Sunday, August 20, 2017

Happy Birthday Mommmmmm!


I had to wait to post this until I actually gave her the card, so here it is now.  We took her to Olive Grove for dinner tonight, and the crab cake that I had was really good.  Happy birthday again Mommmmm!

I always make her a birthday card with some kind of hydrangea on it.  I HAVE used the same stamp on multiple years.  Years ago, I only had one or two hydrangea stamps, so that was challenging.

I'm so glad to have the Thoughtful Branches set from last year.  That hydrangea with the matching thinlit was just perfect.  I was pretty liberal with the glue and glitter.  :)  It's very sparkly.

All of the stamps that I used are retired, but you can always substitute something similar.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Avant Garde (retired), Print Pattern background (retired), Thoughtful Branches (retired)
Ink:  Wisteria Wonder, Elegant Eggplant
Paper:  Wisteria Wonder, Elegant Eggplant, Mossy Meadow
Other:  2-way glue pen, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, MINI Stampin' Dimensionals (fit behind the hydrangea perfectly)

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Toni

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Take TWO - same layout, stamps (Holiday Catty sneak peek!)


My Take TWO today started out with a Holiday catty swap - the Halloween card on the right.  I made those, and then wanted to use the Timeless Textures again, but with different colors. 

Take TWO this time is the same design, and one of the same stamp sets (Timeless Textures).  Different colors, and different focal stamps/images.






The coffee card on the left uses Soft Sky, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Pear Pizzazz inks.  I do NOT have the coffee stamp...yet...I'm on the fence about it.  Anyway, I did get the Coffee Break designer series paper, so I hand-cut the coffee pot and cup out of the designer paper, and popped it up.  Greeting came from the Soft Sayings Card Kit.

The witch hat card features a NEW stamp set from the Holiday catalog - Spooky Cat.  You'll be seeing a LOT of great ideas for this set.  Demonstrators got to order it at the beginning of August, and the samples are abundant!  There is an adorable cat punch that goes with it.  More to come...  Colors for this card are Fresh Fig, Lemon Lime Twist, Tangerine Tango, and Basic Black.  I also used some of the BLACK Rhinestones, that will be available in the Holiday catalog.  I have to tell you - they are kind of dull looking, compared to coloring a regular rhinestone with a Black Sharpie.  But they're cute enough.  I hand-cut the witch hat too.  Not too tedious at all.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create these:

Stamps:  Spooky Cat, Timeless Textures, Soft Sayings card kit
Ink:  Soft Sky, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Pear Pizzazz, Fresh Fig, Lemon Lime Twist, Tangerine Tango, Basic Black
Paper:  Soft Sky, Soft Suede, Fresh Fig, Basic Black, Whisper White, Coffee Break designer series paper
Other:  Black Rhinestones, Metallic Sequin Assortment, liquid glue, Stampin' Dimensionals

I hope you enjoyed another Take TWO.  Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Paper Pumpkin Alternative - August 2017

Using the Giftable Greetings stamp set from the August 2017 Paper Pumpkin kit, I made this sympathy card. 

Designer series paper is a scrap that I had left over.  Very simple card.  Greeting layer is popped up with dimensionals, and that's it.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Giftable Greetings (from August 2017 Paper Pumpkin), Happy Birthday Gorgeous (the little flower stamp in the middle of the bigger flowers)
Ink:  Crumb Cake, Night of Navy
Paper:  Crumb Cake, Night of Navy, designer paper (I think it's from Party Animals, just retired in May)
Other:  Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy Stamping!

Toni

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Paper Pumpkin Creations - August 2017

I was so happy with this kit that I made all of the cards tonight!  I decided to make one of each, in each color.  I got the colors wrong in my previous post - they are Peekaboo Peach and Calypso Coral.  So pretty!

I used the pre-printed tags for Congrats and Thanks.  Stamped the Sympthy, and then I also stamped the birthday using another stamp set.   Assembly and embellishments were straight from the instructions.  I may go back and add a little bling on some of them.

So I have 8 cards that I absolutely love, a cute box to put them in to gift, and I still have a pile of supplies - flowers, leaves, greetings, blank ovals, not to mention the stamp set - that I can use later. 

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Paper Pumpkin - August 2017 kit

The August Paper Pumpkin Kit is AWESOME! Mine just arrived today, and I had to share pictures - it's such a great kit! Wonderful stamp set that I will definitely re-use. 8 cards, 8 envelopes, AND a gift box in this kit!




Such a great gift for someone...it's going to be hard to decide who to give it to. Card colors are Peekaboo Peach and Flirty Flamingo. Some pre-printed layers, and blank ones to stamp instead. LOVE LOVE LOVE!
 
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