Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Hello! This card is for this weeks Splitcoast Stampers Sketch Challenge. This was a fun and simple challenge and I am pretty happy with the outcome! Here is the recipe:

Stamp: Stampendous cupcake

Ink: Basic Black, SU markers, Copic markers

Paper: Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, Pixie Pink, Whisper White, EK Success DP

Other: Non SU ribbon

Hope you have a great day!!!


Sunday, March 30, 2008

Inspiration Challenge

I made this card for the Splitcoast Stampers Inspiration Challenge. We were supposed to be inspired by something in our home. I chose this 3x1 feet long plaque that I found at Hobby Lobby. The card is 4x9 inches. Here is the recipe:

Paper: Very Vanilla, Basic Black, Crate Paper

Tools: Silhouette, slit punch, sponge

Ink: Basic Black

Stamps: None

Have a GREAT day!

Limited Supplies Challenge 160

These cards are for the Splitcoast Stampers Limited Supplies challenge. You were supposed to use only a few stamps and limited paper to make two different cards. What a great idea!!!
These were fun to make. I love this set and the colors.
Here are the recipes:
Stamps: Stem Silouettes, Delight in Life, Canvas
Ink: Certainly Celery, Close to Cocoa
Paper: Whisper White, Certainly Celery, Close to Cocoa, MME pattered paper
Punch: rounded tab punch
Embellishments: large brown brads, Offray ribbon
Have a great day!

Hello again! I made this card for the Splitcoast Stampers sketch challenge- sc169. This called for a 1 inch panel. It was challenging!
Here is the recipe:
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Whisper White, Orchid Opulence, Certainly Celery
Stamps: Pretty Princess
Paper: Pretty in Pink, Whisper White, Basic Black, Orchid Opulence, Certainly Celery
Embellishments: Non SU ribbon, rhinestone stickers, Stickles
Have a great day!

Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenge #41

Hello! Today is my last day home before I return to work after spring break. Bitter- sweet!
While I love teaching, I adore spending time with my own kids more. At least I got a lot of guilt free time in my stamp room.
I decided to try another one of Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenges. This card is for Weekend Sketch Challenge #41. Here are the details:
Stamp: Autum Leaves 7 Petal Flower, Non SU sentiment (?)
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa, Whisper White, Soft Sky
Tools: Marvy Punches, Silouette, sponge
Embellishments: Non SU ribbon and rhinestone stickers
Have a great day!

Saturday, March 29, 2008


My sister came over yesterday to do some scrapbooking. Here is a simple, 8x8 page I completed. I have decided to try to do more smaller pages. I feel like the traditional 12x12 are sometimes too large of an area to work with. I'll still do my share of 12x12's but this should be fun and different. This picture is of my son, Nathan, when he was 12 months old. I just can't stand all of the expensive professional photos I have sitting in envelopes. I decided to scrap them and get them out of my office.
Here is the recipe for this page:
Paper: Deja Views Little one collection
Tools: Cuttlebug, Quickuts die
Buttons: Doodlebug Design
Thanks for stopping by!

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Summer Picnic

I am having a blast with my new stuff. I'll keep it brief since I have to clean my stamping room for a busy day of uninterrupted stamping! Here are the recipes:
The first card:
Stamps: Tart and Tangy, So Very
Ink: Gable Green, Real Red
Paper: Summer Picnic, Whisper White, Real Red, Bashful Blue
Tools: Silhouette, Scallop Punch
Embellishments: White Souffle Pen, Ribbon Trends Ribbon, Diamond Glaze

The second Card: (Quick and EASY)
stamps: So Many Scallops
Ink: Old Olive
Paper: Old Olive, Summer Picnic, Whisper White
Embellishments: White SU ribbon

Hopefully I'll have something fun to show tomorrow!


Hello! I made this card for my cousin's daughter's birthday. I guess that makes this for my second cousin. Duh. This was my first time playing with the Cutie Pie DP. I love the colors! This was also my first time playing with my Doodle Bug and Stampendous birthday stamps. I have to say I am impressed at how far clear stamps have come in the past few years.
Here is the recipe:
Stamps: Stampendous, Doodlebug Design
Ink: Bashful Blue, Basic Black
Paper: Rose Red, Whisper White, Bashful Blue, Cutie Pie DP
Tools: Silouette, scallop punch, Cropadile, SU markers, Souffle pens
Embellishments: Offray ribbon, mm brads,
Have a great day!

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Color Challenge!

This is a card that I made for a color challenge on K. Werner's blog. I was surprised how easily the colors came together! They are not colors I have used together before. This is much prettier in real life.
Here is the recipe:
Ink: Whisper White Craft, Basic Black
Paper: Rose Red, Pumpkin Pie Orchid Opulence
Stamp: Rhona Farrar's Swirls, Warm Words
Other: Flower punch-EK Success, rhinestone stickers
Have a great day!

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

I love this set! The paper in the Summer Picnic pack is so much fun. I am glad I made this purchase. This card is a case of the one I did with Dutch Girl paper awhile back. I love the layout and this paper is great for this layout. I attempted to cut the circles out with my Fiscars circle cutter. After fiddling with it for ten minutes and then getting Adam involved, I ended up just throwing it away. It just wouldn't work properly. Then, I was thinking about which products I would purchase to make circles, and how many different punches I would have to buy. Then it hit me! Duh! I have a Silouette! This machine is GREAT! I can make any size circle I want!!!
Here is the recipe:
Stamp: Tart and Tangy
Ink: Real Red, Gable Green
Paper: Real Red, Bashful Blue, Whisper White, Summer Picnic DP
Other: Dimensionals, Quickutz Silouette, scallop punch, Diamond Glaze, Cropadile, SU ribbon

Monday, March 24, 2008

Sketch Challenge

I got my new Stampin' Up order the other day and had to play!
I thought I would try a new sketch challenge for some inspiration. Sketch challenges really are my favorite. They give me the guidance I need to jump off and create something I love. I got this sketch from Jen Del Muro's blog, http://iheart2stamp.com/. Check it out. Her samples are so cute. Here is the recipe:
Stamps: So Many Scallops
Ink: Bashful Blue, Pumpkin Pie
Paper: Bashful Blue, Always Artichoke, Pumpkin Pie, Whisper White, Summer Picnic DP
Tools: Mat Pack, Flower punch, EK Success, Circle punch 1 1/4, Designer Tab punch, Scallop punch
Other: Jewel stickers from Hobby Lobby, SU dimensionals

Have a great day!!!

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Sketch Challenge

I made this card for last week's sketch challenge at SCS. Here is the recipe:
Paper: K & Co, River Rock, Always artichoke (it matches IRL)
Sentiment: K&Co cut out
Other: pearl stickers
No Stamping!!!!!
Have a great day!

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Splitcoast Sketch Challenge

I made this card for the Splitcoast Stampers weekly sketch challenge. I kind of flipped it on its side. One again I used my Terrific Tulips set. This was fun to make!
Here is the recipe:
Stamps: Linen, Terrific Tulips, Rhona Farrer Swirls
Ink: Certainly Celery, Rose Red
Paper: Pretty in Pink, Certainly Celery, Whisper White
Other: Celery grosgrain ribbon, pearl stickers
Thanks for looking!


I can't believe I have had the Terrific Tulips set for over a year and I am just discovering how much fun it is! I mounted it less than a week ago. It is a free set that I received for being on the SU panel. What awesome perks! I have been trying to do more simple cards lately. I think I like the look of this one.
Here is the recipe:
Stamps: Terrific Tulips, Warm Words, Rhona Farrer Swirls
Ink: Certainly Celery, Rose Red
Paper: Whisper White
Ribbon: May Arts
Have a great day!

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Is it spring yet? It is this time every year when I get so jumpy and figidy- almost spring!
I bought a dress for Easter that is brown with green tulips. I know it doesn't sound pretty, but I promise it is. It inspired me to make these cards. I was hoping to go with a bright green, but I ended up with Blue Bayou. Go figure!
Here is the recipe:
Stamps: Terrific Tulips, Sincere Salutations
Ink: versamark clear embossing
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Blue Bayou
Other: White embossing powder, heat tool, mat pack, bayou ribbon, pastels-teal
Have a great day!

Monday, March 10, 2008


I saw a similar card to these on Heather Summer's blog. I had to try making them, but with my own twist! These are so easy and fast to make! Here is the recipe:
Stamps: Rhona Farrer swirls, Studio G flower, Warm Words
Ink: Rose Romance, Certainly Celery
Paper: Whisper White
Ribbon: Celery, (from Meijer)
I hope you like them!
Have a great day!

Just a quick card for my father in-law. Here is the recipe:
Stamps: Linen, Stem Silouettes
Ink: True Thyme (I know, its old!)
Paper: MME, True Thyme, Old Olive, Archiver's brand paper
Ribbon: SU True Thyme
Other: Pewter brads, tab punch
Short and sweet today!
Have a good one!

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Wow! It has been so long since I have posted! I have not had the mojo lately. Friday night I made seven cards! Four are identical, but I guess they still count! This little owl is so sweet. I am so glad he came with the set I bought that had the monkeys I used for Nathan's birthday invitations. Bonus!!!!
Here is the recipe:
Paper: Soft Sky, Choc. Chip, PP My Mind's Eye
Stamp: Owl from Hero Arts
Ink: Basic Brown, Choc. Chip, Close to Cocoa, Yo Yo Yellow, Pumpkin Pie, Mellow Moss
Ribbon: May Arts
Tools: SU punches Scallop and tab (2x for circle)
Have a great day!

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Cosmo Cricket Desk Caddy

This is the desk caddy that I made this summer. I wanted something nice to put all of my junk in. :)
I bought the kit at Archivers, which was just the plain, unfinished wood parts. Each piece is seperate. Then, I painted it with MM paint. Then, I used Mod Podge to attach the Cosmo Cricket paper. I didn't embellish this because I thought it was kind of busy, and pretty on its own.
Thanks for looking!


These are the smaller version of Fritz. Each monkey is 2x2. The mouths are hand drawn. That is the one thing about the Silouette. It seems to have a tough time with the tiny details. I am going to apply these to something for the favors for Nathan's party. For more information on Fritz, please see my previous post.

Here's Fritz

Isn't he cute!? My husband designed this little monkey a few years back and he uploaded all of the pieces to my Silouette yesterday. He is 6.5x6.25 inches. We thought about using this card as Nathan's invitations, but I figured that would be a bit rough on the blade to do 25 of these. Each color is cut out seperately and glued on to the main brown image.

Nathan's Birthday Invitations

Hello! It feels like forever since I have posted! I'll be post four projects today!
First is my son, Nathan's, birthday invitations. I have to make 25 of these, and that's just close family, so I had to keep it simple. The big blank spots are from where I removed personal information.
Here is the recipe
Font: Hurry Up!, dark yellow
Stamps: Stampendous, Changito The Monkey, Hero Arts, Playful Animals
Ink: Old Olive, Basic Brown, Pumpkin Pie
Paper: whisper white, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie
Other: Prismacolor Pencils, odorless mineral spirits
I have made only 5 so far! Twenty to go!

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Valentines for my son's little friends

These are the valentines that I made for my 22month old's classmates. The class is called the Giraffes. I thought this set along with the wild about you sentiment was just perfect for the occasion.
Here is the recipe:
Stamps: Wild about YOU
Paper: Pretty in Pink, whisper white
Ink: Pixie Pink
Other: Marvy punch, Cuttlebug, heart embossing folder
Have a great day!

Valentine's Day

Today was a rare snow day! It was great to be home from work. I slept in until 8:30! It was nice to catch up on the phone with family and friends. We had a very crafty morning making Valentines for both my son and daughter's classes and teachers. Then, I made chocolate chip pancakes for lunch! Healthy, I know. My daughter, Paige, who never eats, ate 4 of them!
Here is one of the Valentine's that I made for my son's teachers. They are so good to him and our family. It is nice to know that when I can't be with him, he is with people who really care.
Here is the recipe:
Paper: Pretty in Pink, Rose Red, DP from Paper Studio
Stickers: K& Co- exclusive at Target
Ink: Pixie Pink for sponging the scallops
Other: Marvy punch, Offray light pink grosgrain ribbon, slit punch
Have a great day!

Monday, February 11, 2008

Thinking of you, again!

I am really hoping and praying for a snow day tomorrow. We never get them, but it does look promising!

Here is another thinking of you card. I love the all occasion cards that you can use for anything. I decided to use the in colors since I HAD to have them. So, here is the recipe:

stamps: Best Blossoms, sincere salutations

Ink: river rock, blue bayou, mellow moss, really rust

Paper: river rock, blue bayou, whisper white

Ribbon: Comex Grey Blue (matches blue bayou perfectly)

Tools: Corner rounder, SU scallop punch

Saturday, February 9, 2008

I have had these jumbo paper clips from Walmart for about a year now. I have not been much in the card making mood- uninspired, I guess. So, I remembered seeing these little flower clippies all over Splitcoast and decided to use those as my inspiration. Thanks to all who have uploaded the clippies! They are darling! I used some felt flower peices that I got at Archivers for 75% off. What a deal! I think I'm going to give these to my kids' teachers for Valentine's day. I know they aren't Valentineish (is that even a word) but I like them anyway!
I want to make a SU order soon but I can't decide what to get. I want to spend just enough to get the Salebration set. The catch is, I am NOT buying any more flowers! I love so many flower sets but I don't need them. I need masculine and kid type sets. So, what would you recomend? I really have no clue!
Anyway, here is the recipe for the clippies:
Paper: Pretty in Pink, Lavendar Lace, Certainly Celery, Cool Carribean
Punch: SU scallop punch
Clips from Walmart
Felt Flowers: KI memories

Have a great day!

Friday, February 8, 2008

I am so looking forward to a nice weekend without grading ANY papers! I feel like that's all I do lately! I am stampin as much as possible this weekend! Oh, and cleaning this mess of a house! Priorities!
I am going to order some of the MFT new stamps. I can't believe they put some of their sentiments on rubber! I laughed out loud on the night of the sneek peeks! Hilarious!!!!
I have to say that square shaped cards are my favorite. I guess the symmetry does something for me! I wasn't sure about Groovy Guava, but it is growing on me! The ribbon actually matches IRL.
Here is the recipe for this card:
Stamps: True Friend
Ink: Old Olive, Groovy Guava
Paper: Old Olive, Groovy Guava, Whisper White
Tools: Corner ticket punch, corner rounder, cropadile, Cuttlebug embossing folder, sponge
Embelishments: Ribbon: Michael's moss twill, Spare Parts brads
Have a great day!

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Hello! I made another birthday card to help fill up my card tin. I am working on a card tin just for birthdays. I am going to separate it by months and write birthdays and dates on the first index card. Then, as I make cards that I feel a loved one would like, I'll put it in the tin in their month. I hope that made sense. My friend Heather made the suggestion for the tin.
Here is the recipe:
Stamps: True Friend, Studio G
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Paper: Bazzil Brown, river rock, really rust, whisper white, Apple Cider DP
Tools: ticket punch (NON SU), ticket corner punch, corner rounder, Cropadile, 1 1/4 inch circle punch, Scallop punch
Embelishments: brads- Spare Parts, May Arts polka dot ribbon, Target Wedding ribbon

Well, I have TONS of papers to grade! Have a fabulous day!

Wednesday, February 6, 2008


Well, this didn't turn out quite as cute as I had invisioned, but hey. I tried! I just had to find a non scrapbooking project to use my Silouette on! The machine is so small and easy to use! I have Vista, and I have heard that some people had issues with the Silouette if they had Vista. The problems have been fixed. It only took me five minutes to set up the machine, download the software and cut out my first item! This is an altered hot cocoa can. I made this for my candy (just for the kids) in my classroom. I made a desktop organizer that matches the can. I'll upload that soon!
Here is the recipe:
Paper: Cosmo Cricket, Dutch Girl collection
Ribbon: Offray, white grosgrain
Tools: slit punch, Quickutz Silouette, Mod Podge
Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Happy Birthday!

I am still trying to increase my birthday stash. This card was quick and simple! Here is the recipe:
Stamps: Studio G, True Friend
Ink: Real Rust, chocolate chip
Paper: Apple Cider DP, River Rock, Choc. Chip, Really Rust, Whisper White
Tools: Silt punch, Marvy square scallop punch
Embelishment: May arts and Target wedding ribbon
Thanks for stopping by! I'll have a fun project to post tomorrow! Hint: It's not a card!

Monday, February 4, 2008

Thinking of you!

I bought this cute little paisley stamp at Archiver's after I saw the Paisley Rocks set from The Angel Company. I borrowed the set from my cousin, Heidi (sweetheidijo, sweetsomethings), and I really loved it. Since I don't have a TAC demonstrator, and I wanted the stamp NOW, I picked this one up. I guess when you are inspired by something, it makes you want it that much more!
Here is the recipe for this card:
Stamps: Paisley, Hero Arts, sentiment, MSE
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Paper: Bashful Blue, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
Tools: Ticket punch, slit punch, cropadile
Embelishments: Brads, Spare Parts, ribbon-May Arts, Target satin wedding ribbon, K&Co flower

Have a wonderful day!

Sunday, February 3, 2008


I can't believe I haven't played with my Elsiebells more! I am finally starting to feel a little better so maybe I'll have a chance this week! This was a quick one, not the most elaborate card, but I think this little lady just steals the show! The card actually opens at the scallops. That makes it look a bit crooked!
Here is the recipe:
Stamp: Elsiebelle
Ink: Black Stazon
Paper: PP-Imaginisce, SU Cranberry Crisp, Whisper White, Old Olive
Tools: Slit punch, Prismacolor pencils, Gamsol oms
Embelishments: Ribbon- SU Cranberry Crisp Stitched ribbon
I have TONS of work to do because I missed almost an entire week of school. Lesson plans and grading are what I 'll be doing while watching the Superbowl. Just as well, my Cincinnati Bengals didn't make it anyway! Ha Ha! I know, I'm dreaming!
Have a Fun day!

Saturday, February 2, 2008


This is one of my favorite Bella stamps. Could it have anything to do with my love of coffee? ;) Here is the recipe:

stamps: javabellas, studio g ink: black Stazon Paper: Whisper white, American Crafts Mother May I collection Embellishments: bling flower, K&co, Ribbon, Target $1 bin, Tools: slit punch, ticket punch, Prismacolor pencils, Gamsol OMS

I am starting to recover from this yucky viral bronchitus stuff. My MIL called awhile and asked if they could have the kids for the evening. WELL! That works for me! Adam and I will be heading out to dinner, sans children! This NEVER happens! Yay! More cards tomorrow!

Friday, February 1, 2008

Hello! I haven't uploaded or stamped for that matter in awhile. I have had bronchitus and just resting for the past week. Here is a card I made for a friend awhile back but haven't posted.

Stamps: Happy Everything, Studio G

Ink: Basic Black

Paper: Mellow Moss, Whisper White, Pumpkin Pie

Other: Marvy Punch, ribbon-mm, pastels, white gel pen

Wow! I have been spending a ton of my time online while I have been home. Just browsing the different blogs and such. Very Relaxing! I have discovered a few great blogs that were new to me that may be worth checking out.

(cool ribbon blossoms!)

(great design ideas- simple cards)
(fun cards- exclusively SU)
Have fun!

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Birthday Cards

Hello! Here is my latest creation.
This blue and grey birthday card was inspired by this card, http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/752483 . Here is the recipe:
stamps: Simply Said, Studio G
Ink: cool caribbean, basic black
Paper: whisper white, cool caribbean, Bazzil grey
tools: SU corner punch, marvy square scallop punch
embelishments: SU white grosgrain ribbon, mm rhinestone brad

This was really quick and easy. I may do a bunch of these for my stash. I hate to do that because if I accidentally send someone the same card twice I'll feel silly.
I need to do a birthday calendar. Any suggestions? I have never done one and now that I am back to work I think I need to get organized!
Please take the In color poll!

Saturday, January 26, 2008

On my continued quest to use up old paper so that I can justify buying new dp from SU, I ran across the Cranberry Crisp In Color paper from last year. I made the penguin card for my friend Heather. She is the one who pointed me to Splitcoast. Need I say more?! She also pointed me to the post in the Splitcoast forum, general stampin talk, where I found a post to the SU Spring Mini! Too Cute Sets!!!!
Here is the recipe for the penguin card:

Stamps: Elsiebells juggling penguin, SU True Friend

Ink:basic black

Paper: SU Cranberry Crisp, Old olive, Whisper white, Imaginisce Polar Pinstripes

Tools: SU designer tab punch, Marvy scalloped punch, Cuttlebug, Prismacolor Pencils, OMS, sponge

Ribbon: SU Cranberry Crisp

The second card:

Stamps: SU True Friend

Ink: Chocolate Chip, pumpkin pie, certainly celery

Paper: Wild Asparagus, SU certainly celery, pumpkin pie

Tools: SU scallop punch, 1 1/4 inch circle punch, Cropadile

Embellishments: Non Su ribbons, rhinestone stickers
Thanks for looking! Have a fabulous day!

Friday, January 25, 2008

I have been trying to use some old scraps so that I can justify buying some new paper. I need more paper like I need a hole in the head. I really want the Berry Bliss and Ginger Blossom paper from SU. Please be sure to do the paper survey on this blog! My personal favorite In Color is Wild Wasabi.

Here is the recipe for the first card:

Stamp: $1.99 bin at Archivers

Paper: River Rock, K&Co pattern paper (glitter), Bazzil Berry paper

Ink: chocolate chip

Embelishment: Ribbon- white SU

Tools: Scallop punch-SU, Cropadile, corner rounder

Here is the recipe for the second card:

Stamp: $1.99 bin at Archivers

Paper: SU Bashful Blue, Bazzil brown, Whisper White

Ink: Basic Black

Tools: Cropadile, corner rounder

Embellishments: Ribbon-white SU, Flower-K&Co

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Dutch Girl take 2

Hey there! I have just been stampin' away! I saw this layout in the February issue of Paper Crafts Magazine. I loved it and I already had out the patterned paper and ribbon- and voila!

Here is the recipe:

Stamps: Be Happy, Non SU sentiment (clear set from Hobby Lobby)

Cardstock: Whisper white (3x6inches), Cosmo Cricket Dutch Girl

Ink: ruby red

Embelishments: SU white grosgrain ribbon

Tools: SU scallop punch, SU corner rounder, SU slit punch

Thanks for looking! Have a great day!

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Smile! card

I saw this layout awhile ago on Splitcoast Stampers and immediately thought of this paper and stamp set. How strange! That never happens to me. Here is the recipe:
Paper: Whisper white, Cosmo Cricket Dutch Girl
Ink: Ruby Red
Tools: Cropadile, SU scallop punch
Embellishment: SU white grosgrain ribbon
I think I'll send this one to my sister who is having a tough time lately. Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, January 21, 2008

Hello! I am enjoying a day off with my kids! This is one of my many attempts to increase my supply of birthday cards. I never seem to have the right one when I need it! Here is the recipe for this one:
Stamps: Happy Everything, True Friend
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Cardstock: Bashful Blue, Whisper White, Bazzil Brown
Tools: Ticket corner punch, Slit punch, Cropadile, sponge
Embellishments: Brads- Spare Parts, Ribbon- Target wedding ribbon- satin
I'll post again tonight!
Have a great day!

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Quickutz Sillouette, cards

Well, I have finally found time to upload some cards. I have gone back to teaching and have so little for stamping, let alone, blogging. I am going to try to do the blog thing at least twice a week now. It is so fun!
The cards are simple ones this time. I used Bazzil textured cardstock as the base of the masculine card. I love the blues in this paper. I got it at Archiver's as a freebie for doing a crop. The white is SU. I also used the SU ticket corner punch. The brads are from Spare Parts. I love finding them for half off at Hobby Lobby! The brown satin ribbon is from Target. 15 yards for three bucks in the wedding section.
The girlie card base is Bazzil black card stock and whisper white SU cardstock. The floral stamp is by Penny Black. The flower is Bazzil Wings with a MM rhinestone. The Sentiment is from a clear set, I'm sorry I can't remember the name. The black stitched ribbon is from Archiver's $1.99 bin!
My hubby spoiled me this year for Christmas. He got me a new Dell laptop and the Sillouette by Quickutz. Is he good or what?
More to come soon!
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