Friday, March 29, 2013

Graphic 45 Birds

This is one of those cards that came together quickly. When I saw the current sketch at Freshly Made Sketches,  I knew that it was time to reach for my Graphic 45. You might say I've been a little hesitant to use it. It's one of those paper collections that I love, but resist using because I want the perfect project for it. The Graphic 45 Tropical Travelogue cardstock has a whole sheet of wonderful images. That's were I got the birds. I started by cutting the image of the birds from the patterned paper and then matted it at an angle to a piece of black cardstock. Then I tore a tree branch from brown cardstock, inked it and layered it over a piece of green cardstock that I had put through the paper crimper. I added punched leaves and layered all the pieces on the patterned mat. I inked around the edges of the patterned paper, then layered this on a black mat. I also inked around the edges of the card base.

Supplies: Cardbase: Paper Studios, Ink: Fiber Scraps: e-z Walnut Ink,Memento, Punch: no name on it, Tree branch: handmade, Cardstock: Cordinations (chocolate), Bazzill (green), Patterned Paper: Graphic 45 Tropical Travelogue, Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Scotch Quick Dry.

From Trash to Treasure

The other day, I did a bit of dumpster diving...well, not really a dumpster, it was a small trash can. My husband had finished working on a project and as I walked past the trash can, I noticed that he'd thrown away a circular sanding disc that he had used on his electric sander. I grabbed it and of course he noticed. "What are you going to do with that?"was his immediate response. He really didn't need to ask. He knew I had a craft in mind. So, I turned the discarded sanding disc into a flower by cutting around the edges with a pair of scissors. Fortunately, those lovely holes were already in the disc. I think that's one of the things that made me rescue it from the trash bin.  After shaping the edge of the disc, I added some cream colored embroidery thread, hoping to give each petal more definition. Then I punched several circles, fringed them and layered them in the center. I punched a small circle from the sand paper excess to go in the center of the flower. I used a scoring board to add embossed lines to the card base, and rounded the corners with a corner punch. Next, I used a border die and cream cardstock to create the two strips that are to the left of the flower. I also punched a series of leaves/stems, added detail with a colored pencil and adhered everything to the card base. The moral of this long tale:  I need to peek into my husband's workshop trash bin more often, just to see what other treasures I can find!

Supplies: Discarded sanding disc, cardbase: Recollections, Cardstock: Bazzill (cream), Fox River Paper Co (green), Colored Pencil: crayola, Leaf Punch???no name on it, Circle Punches: EK Success, Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Scotch Quick Dry, Scoring Board: Martha Stewart, Embroidery Thread: DMC, Border Die: Life Style

Merry & Bright with Bling

This tree says it all...BLING!. I'm blinging with Jingle Belles today. The challenge is to "create a holiday card which incorporates bling, glitter, glitz, gems, shimmer, or anything sparkly!" Don't you just love that! The first thing I thought of was my growing collection of gems. I started by adhering blue and white gems to a green tag in the shape of a tree. Then I topped the tree with star shaped gem. Next I mounted the green tag on a piece of crimped chiffon/cream cardstock (yeah, I know it looks whitish, but trust me it's definitely Chiffon). I then used embroidery thread to stitch around the outer edges of the tag with a blanket stitch. The background paper was easy to create. I used my computer and MS Word. I simply repeated the phrase  "May Your Days Be Merry & Bright" across the page using WordArt and a green font. Before adhering the tag and background panel to a green cardbase, I wrapped the background panel with green embroidery thread. I used the same green embroidery thread to create a bow and added it to the top of the tag. Inside the card, I included a piece of Chiffon cardstock to use as a writing space.

Supplies: Cardbase/cardstock: Bazzill, Embroidery Thread: DMC ,Gems: Studio G, Needle, Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Crimper: Marvy Ucida

Text Background

I really enjoy using text as a background on my cards. For this card, I explored the internet and retrieved quotes about happiness. I copied them into a word document, changed the fonts and printed them on chiffon cardstock. Next I used a handmade leaf stamp and randomly stamped the leaves onto the text panel. I added stems with a colored pencil and punched a flower from pink cardstock, then added highlights with colored pencils and cut a center from the text cardstock. To finish the card, I inked around the edges of the text panel with pink ink.

Supplies: Cardstock: Bazzill, Chiffon, Leaf Stamp: Handmade, Ink: Memento Bamboo leaves, Studio G, Colored Pencils: Crayola, Punch: Paper Shapers, Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Text: Happiness Quotes from

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Blue Beauties

This CAS card has two blue flowers as a focal point. I stamped each flower, drew some stems and leaves and fussy cut around them and layered them in the center of the cardbase. Then I used a border stamp and the same colored ink to create the vertical strip of stamped flowers. It's a pretty simple all occasion card.

Supplies:  Cardstock: Bazzill, Chiffon, Stamp: no name on fhe large floral stamp, Border stamp: Hero Arts, Ink: Studio G, Adhesives: Scotch ATG, Scotch Quick Dry

Staying in Neutral

Last week there was a challenge on the Jingle Belles blog to use only neutrals. I found this to be a real challenge but ended up making two Christmas cards for that challenge. I thought I would challenge myself again with the same theme, but this time, I created a birthday card.  I began by selecting papers and cardstocks that were brown or tan.  I even threw in some wall paper that I pulled from a sample book that was given to me.  I used brown ink to stamp the outline of leaves and colored the leaves with markers and colored pencils. I layered these leaves on a textured piece of wall paper. It has these lovely horizontal stripes. I adhered the wall paper and leaves to a tan piece of cardstock and stamped happy birthday with brown ink. I layered the remaining pieces of wall paper (banner) and the patterned papers based on this week's sketch at CAS(E) this Sketch. It's a  fun sketch and I am pleased that I was able to keep the card CAS even with all the layers.

Supplies:  Stamps: Market Street Stamps, Growth, Stampin' Up, Birthday Whimsy,Colored Pencils: Crayola, Makers: Bic Mark It, Patterned Paper: Echo Park, This & That, Wallpaper: Wilton, Cardstock?, Adhesives: Scotch ATG

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Rainbow: Just a Note

I made this card just for the fun of it. I was organizing my ink pads and I came across a rainbow colored ink pad that I forgotten that I owned. I put it use on this card. I simply dragged it across a piece of white cardstock and repeated this until I had covered the cardstock. Next I trimmed it so it would fit on the black cardbase. I wrapped a heavy black thread around the rainbow cardstock to create the musical scale and added handmade musical notes and a handmade G clef. I attached the notes with dimensional adhesive and then adhered the rainbow panel to the cardbase. I made a sentiment tag with a leftover piece of the rainbow cardstock. I wrote the sentiment with a marker before matting it with black cardstock. Inside I added a writing surface which is a piece of white cardstock with rainbow inked edges.

Cardstock: Recollections, Thread (no name on it), Ink pad:  VersaColor, Adhesive: Dodz, Scotch ATG, Marker: EK Success

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Tree Tag

I couldn't resist creating yet another tree with the new pine tree punch that I recently purchased. This time I mounted the tree on a tag and inked around the outer edges of the tag. I added embroidery thread around the base of the tag and attached a bow as well. I mounted it on patterned paper and used a green card base. To add detail to the tree, I added pearls and a tree trunk.

Cardbase: Fox River Co., Patterned Paper: Fancy Paints/St. Nick, Tag: piece of scrap cardstock, Punch: Martha Stewart, Pearls: E-Line, Embroidery Thread: DMC, Ink: Fiber Scraps E-z walnut ink , Adhesive: Scotch ATG

Friday, March 22, 2013

Imagine That!

Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night with an idea for a card swimming around in my brain. This card is based on the image I woke up with this morning.  Although I imagined it with two shades of green, I decided to give blues a try. It's one of those quick cards that came together in about 5 minutes. It also came together much like I had imagined...Imagine That!

Supplies: Cardbase: Paper Studios, Stamp???no name on it, Twine: The Twinery, Pearls: E-line, Cardstock: Recollections, Ink: Studio G. Adhesive: Scotch ATG

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Peace on Earth

Christmas Animals is the current challenge at 52 (Christmas) Card Throwdown.  This time I created handmade sheep. I cut them from white cardstock and added detail with colored pencils and a marker. Then I stamped the fence image. It wasn't wide enough so I drew a few more posts and finished all of the fence with colored pencil and ink.  I punched pine branches and adhered them in a ring to create a wreath and added the pearls and bow. To create the snow on the ground I tore white cardstock and used a gel pen to create the flakes in the sky. I also sprayed the card with shimmer mist.

Supplies:Cardbase: Fox River Co, Cardstock: Recollections, Stamps: Stampin' Up, Punch: Martha Stewart, Ribbon: Offray, Gel Pen: Sakura, Marker: Ek Success, Colored Pencils: Crayola, Shimmer Spritz:  Tsukineko Ink:Fiber Scraps,   Pearls: E-line, Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Scotch Quick Dry

Monday, March 18, 2013

Framed Tree

Using a newly purchased pine tree branch punch, I punched a series of branches and adhered them together to create a tree. I added a trunk, framed it with a white die cut frame that I mounted with dimensional adhesives and finished the tree by adding pearls.  The inside sentiment reads: "Have a Tree-mendous Holiday" I was inspired to make this card for the "Frame It" challenge over at Less is More.

Cardstock: Recollections, Frame: Fiskars Die, Punch: Martha Stewart, Pearls: E-line, Adhesive: Scotch Quick Dry, Scrapbook Adhesives Foam Squares

Christmas Penguin....Warm Winter Wishes

Christmas Animals is the current challenge at 52 (Christmas) Card Throwdown. So here's this little penguin all wrapped up in his scarf and ready for Christmas. I used a die cut to create him and then used acrylic paints to add detail.  I also used a die to create the large snowflake and used a punch to create the smaller snowflakes. I centered the large snowflake on a piece of black cardstock, matted this onto a piece of patterned paper and attached it to the cardbase. Next I adhered the penguin and scattered the smaller snowflakes around it. The sentiment (inside) reads: Warm Winter Wishes.

Now that it is finished, I realize that it's a NO-Bird challenge....ooops!

Cardbase: Recollections
Cardstock: Recollections
Patterned Paper:Teresa Collins: Carolina Breeze
Large Snowflake and Penguin Dies: Fiskars
Snowflake Punch: Emagination
Acrylic Paint:Master's Touch
Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Scotch Quick Dry

Masculine Birthday Cards

We had a birthday here this weekend. My husband received these two handmade cards. The first one was created by my teenage son. He and I created our cards simultaneously, can you tell? We actually shared similar elements: circles, strips.  It's funny that we both ended up with the strips running down the right hand side because we really didn't discuss our plans,we just started creating, reaching for punches and pieces of paper.  
Supplies card #1: Cardbase: Fox River Paper Co., Cardstock: Recollections, Punch: EK Success, Stamp: Stampin' Up, Ink: Memento. Adhesive: Scotch ATG
Supplies card #2: Cardbase/cardstock: Kraft, Recollections, Circle Punches: EK Success, Wire: Artistic Wire, Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Ink: Memento

Spring Flowers

Spring must be around the corner. I'm making more and more cards with flowers these days. This one is based on a color challenge at Just Us Girls.  The colors for this challenge are white, green and orange. I used a few punched flowers, some hand cut stems and leaves, a colored pencil, ribbon and a die to pull this card together. It's a very simple card, but very "springy". 

Cardstock: Recollections (white), DCWV (green)
Punch: Stampin' Up, an un-named 1/4" circle punch
Colored Pencil: Crayola
Ribbon: Offray
Adhesive: Scotch Quick Dry, Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam Squares

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Happy Birthday for Two Challenges

SK 171 US 202This card design is based on a sketch at Unscripted Sketches and the elements used were inspired by the Easy As 1,2,3 challenge over at All Sorts Challenge.  This means that the card needs to include: 1 image, 2 papers, 3 embellishments. I thought that the sketch design from Unscripted Sketches was perfect for this challenge.  So, I began by cutting my two different patterned papers into rectangles that would fit the design layout. Next, I stamped the cattails and added a little ink around the top and bottom edge of this panel and adhered it to the cardbase.  I adhered the remaining pieces of patterned paper, stamped Happy Birthday and added three star shaped buttons between the rectangles on the right hand side. 
Cardbase: Paper Studio
Patterned Papers: ??? scraps from my stash
Stamp: Market Street (cattails), Stampin' Up (sentiment)
Ink: Memento
Markers: Bic Mark It
Colored Pencil: Crayola
Buttons (bought them at a garage sale)
Embroidery Thread: DMC
Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Elmers Glue Spots


Framed Flowers

FRAME IT...that's the challenge at Less is More. I began by cutting a frame in a white cardbase and in a piece of green cardstock. I adhered the green frame over the cardstock base frame with dimensional adhesives. Next I punched individual flowers and cut leaves and stems. I attached the flowers to the outer edges of the frame so that the flowers are suspended within the frame.

Cardbase: Paper Studios
Cardstock: Bazzill
Punches: McGill, Stampin' UP (Paper Shapers)
Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam Squares, Scotch ATG, Glue Dots

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Neutral Noel Card 2

This is my second post today as well as my second card for the Neutral Noel challenge at Jingle Belles. The challenge was to use only neutral colors to create a holiday card. I used black, gold, cream, and tan.  This card held a real challenge for me because I normally do not do "collage" type cards. I usually end up with something I am not happy with, but this time I liked the result. I think it's because the colors are neutral. I began by using scrap pieces of patterned paper that had tan images or text. I randomly adhered them to a cream colored tag along with some black netting from a vegetable bag. I punched a hole in the top center of the tag and added black and gold threads. I added a smaller metal tree brad and a gold and black star.  I created a small envelope that I also layered with patterned papers in a collage fashion. Around the center of the envelope, I added a metal tree brad and slipped a piece of black cardstock through the center of it. For the mat, I stamped Jingle all the Way with a Versamark and added a gold embossing powder. I adhered the tag/envelope to the mat and adhered this to a cream colored cardbase that I trimmed with decorative scissors. The funny thing is, when I saw the description for the "neutral only" challenge at Jingle Belles, I wasn't so sure I could make a holiday card with neutral colors. I surprised myself my creating two cards with these colors!

Supplies: Cardbase: Bazzill, Cardstock: Recollections, Bazzill, Echo Park, Patterned Paper: Paper Wishes, Stamp: Stampin' Up, Versamark: Tsukineko, Embossing Powder: Shimmerz Enamelz: Gold Digger, Brads: Oriental Trading, Decorative scissors, Netting: Veggie Bag, Black String, Gold Trim,  Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Scotch Quick Dry.

Lace Angel

This card is for yet another challenge at Jingle Belles. They have the best challenges! This time the challenge is to create a holiday card using NEUTRAL Colors.  Here's a direct quote to help clarify:  "...create holiday cards which embrace ONLY the neutral colors: white, cream, ivory, ecru, black, grey, charcoal, obsidian, brown, tan, kraft, camel, oatmeal, sienna; use them all together, or choose one and rock the monochrome,  whatever you desire; if it's NEUTRAL, it's *IN*!!! And yes, for the record, we consider gold, copper and silver to be the "bling" equivalent of neutrals, so you may use them as much (or as little) as you'd like!"  

So, as you can see I have used black, Kraft, cream, and gold. I began by dry embossing a piece of black cardstock using a Fiskar's Texture Template. Next I punched a circle in the black cardstock as well as a piece of cream cardstock that was slightly bigger than the black cardstock. I layered them together leaving a cream border around the black cardstock. Then I used embroidery thread and a needle to stitch around the outside of the circle. To create the angel, I used a punch to create "lace" and then folded and rolled the lace to create the angel's dress and sleeves. I cut out a head, added eyes and a mouth and shaded the cheeks with a tan colored pencil. Her hair is made from moss colored straw. I used a piece of gold wire to create a halo and added a gold colored trumpet. I added more "paper lace" to the black embossed cardstock and included a strip of black decorative tape in the center of the bottom piece of lace and finished by adding a cream bow. I adhered the mat to the cardbase with dimensional adhesive.

Although it is hard to tell from the photo, the angel's dress and the lace are really created from the same cream colored cardstock. I must admit that the photo of this card isn't the best. I couldn't seem to capture a photo that showed the real cream color and the deep black embossed background. This is as close as I could get after way too many, I apologize for the "fair" photo. 

Supplies:  Cardstock: Bazzill cream, Recollections black & Kraft,  Punch: Martha Stewart (lace), Stampin' Up circle, Decorative Tape: Darice, Moss Straw? garage sale item, Ribbon Offray, Embossing: Fiskar's Texture Plate, Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Scrapbook Adhesive 3D Foam Tape, Glue Spots

Friday, March 15, 2013

Framed Merry Wishes

52 Christmas Card Throwdown's March sketch challenge was a lot of fun. I chose two different blue patterned papers to create my "frame" and after attaching them, I decided to stamp a snowflake print on them. In the center I used white cardstock, that I also stamped with the same snowflake stamp before I mounted it on black cardstock.  In four of the corners of the frame I added 3 punched snowflakes with a gem in the center of each.  I also added some gems to the sentiment tag that I stamped and matted with black cardstock.
In the end, I wasn't really happy with this card so I didn't submit it for the challenge. I think it looks too flat and I should have included the diagonal space (black in sketch) so that it would give more dimension to the card.
Cardstock: Recollections
Patterned Paper: Oriental Trading
Stamps: Stampin' Up
Ink: Studio G
Adhesive: Scotch ATG
Punch: Tonic Studios
Gems: Studio G

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Textured Background

I created this card with texture in mind. The challenge over at 365 Cards is to create a textured cardbase. To create my card I cut a piece of black cardstock, folded it in half and then crimped the front only. I love the texture that the crimping creates. I used my Fiskar's Fuse die cut and letterpress to cut the tags. The beauty of this machine is that it cuts and letterpresses at the same time. So, before running the die through the machine, I inked the butterflies with different colored inks before running it through the machine. Once the ink was dry, I ran both tags through the crimper and added some black ink to the edges to give them a bit of definition. Next I wrapped some metallic string around the top of each tag and tied a bow with the same string. This was the most challenging part of the card. That metallic string just wouldn't cooperate!  It was difficult to see and was so very slippery!  I ended up wrapping it around a bottle, sliding it off and then tying it in the center.  I adhered this bow to the top of the layered tags and then hand-cut a butterfly and adhered it to the center of the bow. Using a gel pen, I wrote the sentiment on a piece of black cardstock and matted the black on white cardstock. I also inked around the edges of the white cardstock. I added the pearls and finished by adhering white cardstock inside the card.

Supplies: Cardstock: Recollections, Crimper: Mary Uchida, Die cut & Letterpress: Fiskar's Fuse, Ink: Studio G, Pearls: Prima Marketing E-Line, Metallic string: ??bought it at a garage sale, Butterfly: Hand-cut, Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Glue Dots, Gel Pen: Sakura

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Here Kitty, Kitty, Kitty...

Have you created a card based on Kathy's sketch over at the The Sketch File? There's still time to play.
Hop on over to see what Kathy created. You'll love it!

This is my second card based on Kathy's sketch. I decided to keep my card pretty simple. I stamped several images of cats, fussy cut around them and added a bow. I lined them up in a row and adhered them to the mat with dimensional adhesive. For the background on the mat, I used the stamp pads and lightly inked the stamp pad image all over the white cardstock. This created overlapping circles. I inked around the outer edges of the mat and added the horizontal banners and a vertical strip that I wrapped in embossing thread. I also added two brads to this strip before adhering it over the banners.

I'm hope you'll join us over at The Sketch File. We'd love to see what you create with Kathy's sketch!

Cardbase: Paper Studios
Cardstock: Recollections
Cat Stamp: Stamp Works
Ink: Studio G
DMC Embroidery Thread
Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam Squares

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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Square Dance

The latest sketch from Kathy at The Sketch File is up and ready to play with and it's all about squares.   For my card I used a punch to create a series of squares at the bottom of a cream colored piece of cardstock. I adhered it to a cardbase with dimensional adhesives and then added punched cars and sailboats.  I added horizontal strips of layered paper to the upper right hand corner and used a vertical strip with brads to finish it.  This is an easy sketch to use and the possibilities are endless. Why not see what you can create based on the sketch and share it with us over at The Sketch File...we'd love to see what you create!

Supplies: Cardbase: Paper Studios, Cardstock: Paper Studios, Recollections, scraps from my stash, Punches: EK Success, Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam, Scotch ATG
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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Embossed Metal Birthday

Unscripted Sketches is having it's 200th! It addition to using the sketch, there is an optional piggy back challenge (make something other than a card), which I did not choose. Instead I focused on the sketch and reached from my embossing metal and my texture templates.  I punched squares from silver, gold and copper colored metal and embossed each with a different pattern. Next I cut a rectangle and embossed it with a fifth pattern. I adhered all the embossed pieces of metal to a piece of black cardstock and trimmed around it. For the background, I used a piece of metallic patterned paper which I cut and matted on black cardstock. I adhered these pieces to a cardbase and finished by writing Happy Birthday on black cardstock with a gold marker.  I really love all the textures and have the the perfect recipient in mind for this card.
SK 169 US 200

Cardbase: Paper Studios
Cardstock: Recollections
Metallic Paper: Hygloss
Metal: Amaco Art Emboss
Marker: EK Success
Texture Plates: Fiskars
Adhesive: Scotch ATG

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Twined Candy Canes

TWINE ME UP is the current challenge at 365 Cards. The challenge is to create a card with at least two different colors of twine or jute. I chose to use green and red twine to create another Christmas card.  I started by cutting two candy canes from thin cardboard and then wrapped each in twine.Using red ribbon, I tied them together and finished with a bow. Then I adhered them to a piece of polka dotted paper and matted this on red paper. On white cardstock, I stamped "merry wishes" with green ink and cut it into a banner shape. This banner was attached with dimensional adhesive to finish the card.

Supplies: Cardbase: Paper Studios, Patterned Paper: MME, Twine: The Twinery , Ink: Memento:Bamboo Leaves,   Ribbon: Offray, Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Elmer's Glue Spots

Friday, March 1, 2013

Merry Wishes...From Our House to Your House

The challenge at Jingle Belles is STICK-Y and SWEET. So I created this card shaped like a  gingerbread house with peppermint sticks and candy.  To create the candy cane sticks, I cut red paper into a 1/2" strip and then cut diagonally into smaller bits. I glued these red bits to a 1/2" strip of white cardstock and added glittered glue over the red areas. I hand cut a house shape from a piece of Kraft cardstock, then adhered the canes. Next I created the candies that line the roof. I punched the green and red pinwheel like portions from cardstock, glued them to white cardstock and then used a circle punch to punch over them creating candies.  Using a brown colored pencil and a ruler I added horizontal lines to create the siding on the house. I adhered the green and white candies along the roof line and created "sugared icicles" with clear glittered glue.  With green glittered glue I created a few gum drop shapes at the base of the house.  I added windows with white paint, created window panes with the clear glittered glue and then cut out a door. Around the outside of the door, I added small red dots (cinnamon candies) and a handmade wreath.  I used a folded piece of brown cardstock to create the steps. Next, I hand cut a small gingerbread man from cork and painted on a Santa suit. I finished by stamping "merry wishes" onto Kraft cardstock, cut it into the shape of a banner, inked around the edges and adhered it with dimensional adhesive.  Inside the card I added a white house that I matted with red cardstock. In the center of the cardstock, I wrote: "From Our House toYour House". Since there is so much detail on this card,  it will definitely be one of a kind. It would take far too long to mass produce this one.

Cardbase: Kraft ?
White/red/green cardstock scraps
Brown cardstock: Core'dinations
Colored pencil: Crayola
Punch: Pinwheel: Marvy Uchida, Circle: EK Success
Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam,  Scotch ATG, Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive
Stamp: Stampin' Up
Ink: Tim Holtz
Glitter Glue: Studio G, Horizon, 
Paint: Duncan: Scribbles Glittering Crystal & Shiny White, Polymark: Red