Monday, September 29, 2014

Snowy Christmas Night ... Take 2

Hi everyone.  Made this card last week, but only finding a little time now to post it ... life has been very busy! :)

Here's a CASE of a card I made a while back for Speed Challenge #2.  I didn't time myself for this card ... but I'm pretty sure I was over the 10 minutes mark again :) I changed up the design slightly, making a smaller panel and having more white space. I also used a smaller sentiment ... and two trees that I had in my "extras" box (always good to use up some of those!).  :)

I do like this design and color combo and so wanted to make another Christmas card (this one will get donated).  Supplies are listed below ... for how to's please check my original card HERE.

There's a new challenge up at Speed Challenge (#3) ... haven't had time to play yet, but I'm hoping to soon.  Hope you'll check out this fun challenge ... there are amazing inspiration cards made by the design team!

Stamps:  Joyful Greetings (Paper Smooches); Snowflake stamp from Patterned Pines set (SU)
Paper:  White (Neenah); silver foilglimmer (SU!)
Ink:  Peacock Feathers (Tim Holtz Distress); Versamark
Accessories & Tools:  Frostyville Border die (Memory Box); Holiday Cheer dies (Sizzix), sponge, Musical Flourish embossing folder (Cuttlebug), silver cording

Thursday, September 25, 2014

For a Special Teacher

Hi everyone.  Today I'm excited to be the Guest Designer for the newest challenge at Time Out Challenges (#15).  Thank you Sandie and Nonni ... I'm so honored to be joining your team for this fun challenge!! :)

Here's the details about Time Out Challenge #15 ... the theme is Stamping with the optional twist of Apples.  The challenge is sponsored by Avocado Arts.

I used my Paper Smooches stitched tag die, cutting out from card stock which was printed with a soft gray alphabet on my computer.  I stamped the sentiment in black so it stood out from the other words.  The apple is die-cut, glued together and then covered in a thick coating of glossy accents.  A strip of washi tape is placed under the tag and red gingham ribbon tied at the top.  I added a few red sequins and clear rhinestones to finish.

I hope you'll check out the challenge and take a look at the amazing cards from the Design Team.  And I hope you'll play along!! :)

Stamps:  Autumn Sentiments (Amy R)
Paper:  White (Neenah), Whisper White, Early Espresso, Gumball Green (SU!)
Ink:  Real Red, Daffodil Delight (SU!); Black (Memento)
Accessories & Tools:  Apple die (C.C. Designs), Stitched Tag die (Paper Smooches), Washi tape, glossy accents, red gingham ribbon, sequins and rhinestones

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Happy Birthday Nancy

Hi everyone.  Today's card is to celebrate my good friend Nancy's birthday ... it's actually tomorrow, but she has already received my card, so I'm sharing with you today!  Happy Birthday Nancy - hope you have a wonderful day tomorrow, dear friend!! :)

This is my second card using this beautiful stamp from Penny Black.  Love these poppies and they are perfect for watercoloring - this time I used pink.  I used a different layout and design with the large sentiment stamped up the side (love this bold sentiment set).

I'm entering this card into the Simon Says Challenge - Anything Goes.


I'm also sharing a card that I made to honor TrishG from SCS.  She was Queen for the Day a few weeks back and I'm late to the party.  But wanted to honor her and thank her for all her hard work at organizing the QFTD challenges over the past couple of years ... she is retiring and we will miss her!

I CASE'd this beautiful card from Trish's gallery ... changing it up a little and making it more CAS with lots of white space.  I used the same stamp as Trish (I don't believe I used this before and had it for ages!) :)   Thanks for the inspiration Trish!!

I sponged the background with distress inks, sprayed with water to add texture and blend the inks, and then stamped my silhouette and sentiment in black.  Easy, peasy card.

Nancy's BD card:
Stamps:  Blooming Garden (Penny Black), The Big The Bold The Happy (Winnie & Walter)
Paper:  White (Neenah); Watercolor (Arches 140 lb. cold press)
Ink:  Baked Brown Sugar, Old Olive, Always Artichoke, Regal Rose, Raspberry Ripple (SU!); Black (Archival from Ranger)
Accessories & Tools:  water mister, paint brush for splattering, heat tool

CASE of Trish's card:
Stamps:  Serene Silhouette (SU!); A Little Sentimental (Clearly Besotted)
Paper:  White (Neenah)
Ink:  Distress inks:  Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon, Barn Door, Fired Brick; Black (Memento)
Accessories & Tools:  Water mister, sponges

Simon Says Anything Goes

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Crackled Autumn Leaves

Hi everyone.  Time for the next ATS&M challenge (#114 - CAS).  Yay!! :)

Today's card was inspired by this beautiful card by my teammate Julie ... isn't it gorgeous??!!  I used leftover leaves from my video tutorial from yesterday.  As I mentioned, I filmed the tutorial three times before posting it ... which means I have LOTS of watercolored autumn leaves left to use. :)

I know these leaves don't look CAS, but if you watched my video, you'll see that I watercolored them in under 5 minutes --- so not a lot of time to make this card.  To change them up, I coated these two with Clear Rock Candy Crackle Paint from Tim Holtz.  I just bought this ... and was excited to give it a try.  One thing I learned, I was chintzy with my first coat and didn't add enough ... so with the second coat, I slathered it on ... way too much :)  I've learned what not to do for next time :) lol!

Here's a close-up ...

Because the leaves are aged looking with the brown edges and the crackle finish, they looked too stark on white woodgrain, so I just sponged over top of the embossing with Antique Linen and Brushed Corduroy distress inks.  Then I took my Vintage Photo DI and lightly stroked the ink pad across the top to catch the high spots of the embossing.  Love how it turned out.

I'm going to enter this into the latest challenge at Paper Players which is being run by my friend, Jaydee (Paper Players #214 - Masculine Birthday Card).  And into the challenge at Clearly Besotted (#13 - Autumn / Halloween).

I hope you'll check out the ATS&M challenge HERE and see the amazing creations from the rest of the Design Team.  And hope you'll join in this fun challenge with us! :)

Stamps:  Gently Falling (SU!); A Little Sentimental (Clearly Besotted)
Paper:  White (Neenah); Watercolor (Arches 140 lb. cold press)
Ink:  Distress Inks:  Antique Linen, Brushed Corduroy, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain, Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon, Fired Brick
Accessories & Tools:  Waterbrush, Rock candy crackle paint (Tim Holtz); Woodgrain embossing folder (Sizzix)

Paper Players #214
Clearly Besotted #13

Monday, September 22, 2014

Watercoloured Fall Leaves with Distress Inks

Hi everyone.  Today I'm sharing another autumn card ... and a video tutorial on how I watercolored these fall leaves.

Honestly, I didn't think I'd be doing another video so soon after my first, but when I was making these, I thought it might be fun to share with you the easy way I found to watercolour these beautiful leaves from Stampin' Up!

There are so many watercoloring techniques available on-line through videos and crafter's blogs ... the hard part is finding which techniques worked for me.  I have had many failures when watercoloring, but have recently discovered a few different ways that make me happy. :)  Today I'm sharing a very simple way in which to watercolor these leaves, adding the ink colors on top of each other while the paper is wet, so they blend.  I hope you'll give it a try ... and I hope it works for you. :)

My video is on my You Tube Channel HERE ... and I've also embedded it below.

Thanks to all that take the time to watch --- so appreciated!! :)  Warning --- after filming three times, I decided that this version was the best of the lot :)  Still lots of flubs ... you can probably tell by my voice that I was getting tired.  The weird part is the number of times I say "fussy-cut" ...  lol!


Just a quick reminder that the current challenge at Mixed Media Card Challenge (#3 - Autumn Colors with optional element of metal or leaves) is closing in a few days (Sept. 25).  Still time to enter ... hope to see you there! :)

Edited to Add:  Just visited my friend Vicki's blog and see that AAA Card Challenge this week (#21 - inspirational cuts) is to include fussy-cutting on your card, so I'm entering.

Stamps:  Gently Falling (SU!); Hello sentiment from "Where your heart is" (Simon Says)
Paper:  White (Neenah); Watercolor (Arches 140 lb. cold press); Sweater Weather DSP (SU!)
Ink:  Distress inks:  Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon, Fired Brick, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain; Early Espresso (SU!)
Accessories & Tools:  Waterbrush (Aqua Painter from SU!), twine

AAA Cards #21

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Hey There

Hi everyone.  Today is the latest challenge at Addicted to CAS - #48.  This time, the challenge is being hosted by the mega-talented Michelle (Handmade by Michelle). She chose this fun code word ...

Prize:  3 digital images

I knew I wanted to have something furry on my card :) ... and I found this adorable stamp that hadn't been inked yet (another NBUS Darnell!!) :)  This was gifted to my by my good friend Debbie, and I have used a few of the other stamps on the set, but not this one ... isn't it adorable!!!  Now, I'm not good a coloring "fur" with my markers, so just flicked on a bit of color and that was that.  I thought this sentiment fit the image perfectly ... and so did adding a red faux stitched border.

We have the wonderfully talented Tenia (Jazzy Paper Designs), joining our team again as Guest Designer.  I hope you'll click HERE to check out her fabulous "cuddly" card, along with the amazing cards from the rest of our Design Team.   The challenge is open for two weeks, so there's lots of time to play along.  Come join in the fun!!

As mentioned above, I've used a NBUS (never-before-used-schtuff) :) ... so I'm entering this into Darnell's NBUS #2 challenge (second entry). :)

And I'm entering into the current challenge at CAS on Sunday - #42 - Sequin Celebrations.

Stamps:  Loads of Love (Penny Black); Sentiment Sampler (Paper Smooches)
Paper:  White (Neenah)
Ink:  Black (Memento); Real Red marker (SU!); Copic markers:  W4, E44, R29, R20, 0
Accessories & Tools:  Sequins, Lilac twine (The Twinery)

CAS on Sunday #42

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Christmas Stocking

Hi everyone.  The challenge at Addicted to Stamps & More (#113), is Holiday ... so I have another fun CAS Christmas card to share that only took a short time to make.

I started with the background, using a brick stencil and covering it with a thin layer of embossing paste. I die-cut the stocking twice (one from red felt, one from white felt).  I cut down the length of the stocking to make it more fun, and placed the cuff on an angle. I die-cut a holly sprig from green felt and added a red rhinestone for the berry.  I used red glitter glue to add sparkly dots for decoration on the stocking.   The Paper Smooches font is fun and fits perfectly with the felt stocking.

I have lots of Christmas card ideas floating around in my head and I'll be back soon with more to share with you. :)

Stamps:  Christmas Sampler (Paper Smooches)
Paper:  White (Neenah)
Ink:  Real Red (SU!)
Accessories & Tools:  Stocking die (Sizzix), Holly Vine die (Memory Box), red felt, white felt, green felt, red rhinestone

ATS&M #113

Monday, September 15, 2014

Autumn Branch

Hi everyone.  I love this time of year with the autumn leaves falling from the trees - so beautiful.  I tried to capture that beauty with my copper leaves which have been pounced with alcohol inks.  I used a color card base today (unusual for me!), and a small strip of patterned paper, over-stamped (second generation stamping) with my favorite background script stamp.  To finish, I stamped a simple sentiment and added a few strands of knotted copper cording gifted to me by my good friend Susan.

This is also a reminder of the current challenge at Mixed Media Card Challenge (#3 - Autumn colors with optional element:  metal or leaves) which is open until Sept. 25th.

I hope you'll check out the wonderful creations from the DT, as well as the amazing cards that have been entered into the challenge ... you will find tons of inspiration! And hope you'll play along with us.

I'm also entering this into Virginia's View Challenge #7 - Pattern Paper.  I used a strip of patterened paper for my main panel.

Stamps:  En Francais (SU!); For You (Rubber-Art Stamps)
Paper:  River Rock, Early Espresso, Well Worn DP (SU!)
Ink:  Early Espresso (SU!); Alcohol inks:  Honeycomb, Poppyfield, Botanical (Ranger)
Accessories & Tools:  Grove Branch die (Memory Box); Small and Large Leaves #2 dies (Cheery Lynn), copper metal sheet .005 thickness (K&S Precision Metals), felt and applicator for sponging ink, copper cording

Virginia's View #7

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Snowy Christmas Night

Hi everyone.  Today's card is for a fun challenge over at my friend, Ingrid's blog (Ingrid's Crafts Corner).  Ingrid and four of her very talented friends have gotten together to create a time challenge ... make a card in 10 minutes (or show how much you've gotten done in the allotted time).  You can organize your craft supplies and have them handy before you start ... and I noticed on reading their blogs, some of them used die-cuts or embellishments that they had in their "extras" box (you know what I'm talking about ... embellishments that were made and never got used but we can't throw them away).  We all have those. :)

The challenge is being hosted by Ingrid this time ... and she picked turquoise as her inspiration color ...


I wanted to join in the fun after seeing the beautiful cards made by this team!

Whew!!  I was going a bit crazy, but it was fun too! :)  At the 10:00 minute I had everything done except for the sentiment (actually forgot to get it out ahead so stopped my clock and went and got my stamp, embossing buddy and embossing powder).  Started the clock again, stamped and embossed the sentiment and then mounted my card front on to my base.  In the end it took me 11:47 to finish :)

Here's how I made the card ...

Sponged a card front with Peacock Feathers distress ink.  Took several paper towels folded into a thick pad, added lots of water, and then used that as a stamp pad ... "inking" a snowflake stamp with water and stamping all over the distress ink background.  I was hoping that more of the actual snowflake design would show, but I like the look of the watery background.

Die-cut a snowflake border and added it to the bottom, along with two die-cut silver glimmer paper trees (which are popped up for dimension).

I stamped the sentiment in Versamark and heat embossed in white, adding a small snowflake (discard from the border die-cut).


That's it ... a clean and simple Christmas card.  I think if I was to make it again, I'd probably make a smaller front panel ... so there's more white space. You know how I love my white space. :)  And I'd make sure the card front was dry.  I wanted to take the picture right away and you can see in the photo that it's a bit warped because it was still wet from the water stamping when I attached it to the card base :)  After it dried, I added a pop dot undernearth and that took care of the warping.

Thanks to Ingrid, Donna, Keren, Nikki, and Pamellia for the inspiration ... I hope you'll check out their blogs to see what they made for this challenge.

Stamps:  Christmas Sampler (Paper Smooches); Patterned Pines (SU)
Paper:  White (Neenah); silver glimmer (SU!)
Ink:  Peacock Feathers (Tim Holtz Distress); Versamark
Accessories & Tools:  Frostyville Border die (Memory Box); Holiday Cheer dies (Sizzix), sponge

Friday, September 12, 2014

Warm Woolen Mittens

Hi everyone.  Very busy week for me ... I'm have twelve for dinner on Sunday and decided that buffet-style would be the best.  That way I could make up some things ahead and freeze so that when Sunday comes, I will have some time to sit and enjoy my company.  So far, so good ... three desserts and one main dish in the freezer already - yay!  Because of all my baking / cooking ... haven't had as much time in the studio as I would like.  Let's face it, unless I was in there full time, it's never enough :)

Today I'm sharing a super CAS Christmas card that only took a short time to make. Unusual for me, as I must be one of the slowest crafters in the world! :)

Love these mittens, especially cut from red felt.  I've added a snowflake die for decoration, and a strand of white baker's twine to define the cuff.  I wanted to add a fun, whimsical sentiment to match, and this one from Paper Smooches is perfect.

Stamps:  Christmas Sampler (Paper Smooches)
Paper:  White (Neenah)
Ink:  Real Red (SU!)
Accessories & Tools:  Mittens die (Sizzix), Small Snowflakes die (Impression Obsession), red felt, white baker's twine

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Blooming Poppies

Hi everyone.  Time for a new challenge at ATS&M #112 - Make Your Mark (use any type of markers, pencils, etc.) on your project.

Prize:  3 images or up to $10

I did another watercolor using Stampin' Write markers from SU!  LOVE this technique ... especially the background (there's a link to a video tutorial by Dina on the Tutorial Page of this blog).

After adding Baked Brown Sugar and Bashful inks for the background, I stamped the poppies in waterproof black ink and watercolored using my markers (yellow and three shades of orange).  I wanted to add some of the poppy colors into the background, so I scribbled the inks onto my craft sheet, misted with lots of water, and then lightly dipped in my paper, just picking up a bit of the color and quickly mucked the wet ink about with my fingers (that's my technical term for it! :)

For the last bit, I splattered the card front with more of the orange and green and stamped the sentiment in black.

I hope you'll check out the challenge at ATS&M (#112 - Make Your Mark) and see the rest of the wonderful cards made by the very talented Design Team.  And I hope you'll join us for this fun challenge!!

I used a NBUS (never-before-used-schtuff) stamp from Winnie & Walter for the card above, so I'm entering this into NBUS#2 Challenge on Darnell's blog.

Stamps:  Blooming Garden (Penny Black); The Big, The Bold and the Happy (Winnie & Walter)
Paper:  White (Neenah); Watercolor (Arches 140 lb. cold press)
Ink:  Baked Brown Sugar, Bashful Blue, Old Olive, Always Artichoke, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Tangerine Tango, Cajun Craze (SU!); Black (Archival - Ranger)
Accessories & Tools:  water mister, water brushes, paint brushes for splattering


Monday, September 08, 2014

Faux Mother of Pearl Technique (Video)

Hi everyone.  I made a tutorial showing how to make the faux-mother-of-pearl background that is used in this card.  It' my first video that I've done by myself. :)  I used my camera ... and thought the quality would be good, but now that it's uploaded to YouTube (after a lot off stressful moments!!), the quality is not as good as I hoped it would be.

But, it's my first attempt at doing this myself, so I've learned lots, which is always a good thing.  I'm hoping to make more videos and improve as I go :)

I'd love for you to take a look ... click HERE to watch on YouTube ... and thanks so much!

At some point I'll need to learn how to embed the videos so they can be seen on my blog as well .... more to learn :)

ETA:  Sue gave me instructions for embedding my video .... THANK YOU SUE!! :)

ETAA (Edited to Add again!) :)  I had a few questions about the supplies used in my video.  Will make sure to add a product list on any future videos. :)

I used SU! inks here, but distress inks also work really well (I have both).  I'm sure there are other inks that would work, but don't have any personal experience.

The Frost White All Purpose ink is made by Tsukineko.  I buy it on-line from Dharma Trading Company (US).  Their prices and shipping rates are really good (they ship international ... I got mine sent here to Canada).  I'm sure any metallic or pearl finish acrylic paint would work well with this resist technique ... I have also used Lumiere acrylic paint, but Tsukineko is my favorite.

I used jumbo daubers for sponging my ink (also made by Tsukineko).  These sponges work well for me.  I bought them on-line through (US).

Thanks again.

More Autumn Leaves

Hi everyone.  Just a reminder about the wonderful challenge over at Mixed Media Card Challenge.  This month, the challenge is Autumn Colors with optional elements of metal or leaves (or both!).

I opted for both on today's cards.  I made the background panel first, squirting yellow, orange and dark orange re-inkers onto my craft sheet and spritzing with water.  I dragged a piece of watercolor paper through the ink, let it dry and repeated that a couple more times (drying in-between each layer of ink).  I love the saturated colors!  I used a stencil of leaves that I cut with my Silhouette, placing it over the inked paper, covering with Versamark and then coating with gold embossing powder which was heated to melt.  LOVE the look of this paper and decided I could probably cut it in half and make two cards ... which I did (the second one is below).

The bird and branch are cut from the Add A Little Dazzle metal sheets (chocolate).  I love this silhouette on the colorful background.  I added a simple stamped birthday sentiment to finish.


Here's the second card using a piece of the inked and stenciled watercolor paper ...this time I added a small strip of paper and a larger die-cut .. again cut from the metal sheets from Add A Little Dazzle.  I added a simple sentiment banner to finish.

I hope you'll join us for this fun challenge!  Hope to see you in the gallery!

Bird card:
Stamps:  Bitty Birthday (SU!)
Paper:  White (Neenah); Watercolor (Arches 140 lb. cold press)
Ink:  Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Cajun Craze, Early Espresso (SU!); Versamark
Accessories & Tools:  Chocolate metal sheet (Add A Little Dazzle), 2 part bird punch (SU!), silhouette cameo, leaves cut file, plastic sheet, gold embossing powder, heat tool

Leaves card:
Stamps:  A Little Sentimental (Clearly Besotted)
Paper:  White (Neenah); Watercolor Arches 140 lb col press
Ink:  Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Cajun Craze, Early Espresso (SU!)
Accessories & Tools:  Chocolate metal sheet (Add A Little Dazzle) Fresh Foliage die (Memory Box), silhouette cameo, leaves cut file, plastic sheet, gold embossing powder, heat tool

Saturday, September 06, 2014


Hi everyone.  Today's card is for the new challenge at ATCAS, hosted by the very talented Sylvia (Poppy's Papercraft Patch).

Sylvia chose this word ...

Prize:  5 digital images

I decided to go with a card featuring the art of Ikebana --- Japanese floral arranging. I've done cards like this in the past and I love the delicate look of the shallow vase with the simple, yet striking floral design.  I used a corner die for the background, which to me looks like a Japanese screen.  I glued a couple of layers of each for the two squares to make them thicker and then mounted them onto my card front.

The vase is actually an ornament punch I bought from SU!, cutting off a small part of the top, a large part of the bottom and then turning it upside-down.  I added a branch from brown card stock and then cut out two blossoms from a pink metal sheet that I had pounced with a little bit of red alcohol ink.  I used the same pink metal to add a decorative strip to the vase.  A simple sentiment finishes the card.

I hope you'll check out the challenge (ATCAS#47 - Oriental) and take a look at the amazing cards by the rest of the DT.  We also have a wonderful Guest Designer joining us for September.  Please welcome Tenia (Jazzy Paper Designs) ... check out her wonderful blog which is filled of creative and fun cards.

This challenge is open for two weeks, so there's lots of time to play along.  Hope to see you in the gallery.

Stamps:  Thoughts of You (Rubber-Art Stamps)
Paper:  White (Neenah); Black, Early Espresso (SU!)
Ink:  Black (Memento); Poppyfield (Ranger Alcohol ink)
Accessories & Tools:  Corner die (Cuttlebug), Ornament punch (SU!), Grove Branch die (Memory Box), Hydrangea punch (Martha Stewart), pink metal sheet (Add A Little Dazzle)

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Thinking of Marie

Hi everyone.  Today's challenge at ATS&M (#111) is dedicated to our sweet friend, Marie (baileyrosy).  Marie is having a tough time with medical issues right now and in lots of pain.  So we are changing up our Anything Goes challenge to include an optional twist of creating a "Get Well / Thinking of You" card for Marie.

Hi Marie.  Here's my card made especially for you.  I hope this party with beautiful cards brings a smile to your face.  The card above is currently whisking it's way to you ... hopefully you'll get it soon!  Take care and get well!! xx

Stamps:  Simply Soft (SU!); A Little Sentimental (Clearly Besotted)
Paper:  White (Neenah); watercolor (Arches 140 lb. cold press)
Ink:  Archival Black Ink (Ranger); Crumb Cake, Pear Pizzazz, Pumpkin Pie, Calypso Coral, Cajun Craze (SU!)
Accessories & Tools:  water mister, water paint brush

Flowery Birthday

Hi everyone.  Today's card is for the current Muse Challenge #83 ... where the Muse is my very talented friend, Vicki Dutcher.  I'm not really one to use angled panels, but Vicki's card inspired me to give it a try ... and I used a template that my friend Nancy had sent me many months ago.  Thanks to both for encouraging me to give this a try.

Vicki's inspiration card

I watercolored the background, following the technique from Dina Kowal (here's a link to Dina's video tutorial).  I love making these fun and easy watercolored backgrounds ... not that it was easy UNTIL I saw Dina's tutorial ... then it all clicked - thanks Dina! :)

I stamped the flowers with Archival Black ink and then watercolored in shades of pink (inspired by Vicki's card again).  I stamped a big sentiment onto vellum and heat embossed in white ... love how this turned out!

ETA:  I just saw a new challenge blog for AAA Cards ... where the current challenge is CAS with Watercoloring - #18 ... so I'm going to enter there as well.

Stamps:  Night and Day Flowers (Hero Arts); The Big, the Bold and the Happy (Winnie and Walter)
Paper:  White (Neenah); Watercolor (Tim Holtz)
Ink:  Crumb Cake, Old Olive, Always Artichoke, Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, Rose Red, Raspberry Ripple (SU!); Black ink (Archival by Ranger); Versamark
Accessories & Tools:  water brush, paint brush for splattering, White embossing Powder (Hero Arts), heat gun

Muse #83
AAA #18