Friday, October 31, 2008

Diva Sketch Challenge #5

Here we are at sketch challenge #5. Thank you to all of you who have been joining us. We would love to have more players! Here is the sketch for this week...

And here is my card. A friend had a baby boy this week so I wanted to make a cute card to send along with a gift.

Here are the cards my team has come up with...






Splitcoast gallery

We would love to see what you create using this sketch. You can leave a comment with a link to your card or upload to your splitcoast gallery using divasc5 as your keyword. Thanks for playing!


Stamps: Nursery Necessities
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron, Riding Hood Red
Paper: Bashful Blue, Riding Hood Red, Pumpkin Pie, Confetti White, Washington Apple DSP
Other: Riding Hood Red Tafetta Ribbon, slot punch, 1" and 1 1/4" circle punches, Dimensionals

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Diva Inspiration Challenge #15

What you lookin' at, Willis?!? This week's picture was found on Flickr under their Earth Nature Contest. This guy cracked me up and I couldn't resist passing up this picture. hehehee

I know it is a little more difficult, but it will force you to stretch your creative muscles farther. My thoughts are to use a bug theme. Another thought is to use the same set up - but in the dead area maybe use a saying. This is definitely one creation that will "create itself" (you know, when you sit down to do one thing, but come out with a totally different outcome).

Today's sample was created by Bev. I love the layers and the embossed dragonflies in the background. You can also see where she popped up the two dragonfly cutouts. The photo corners and black brads are a nice add on too!

Stamps: Organic Grace, One of a Kind
Paper: Garden Green, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink: VersaMark, Old Olive, Always Artichoke
Accessories: Black Brads, Clear Embossing Powder

To see what the inspiration team members have come up with, just click on their name:

To view the submissions on SCS click here.

Now it's your turn! Post a link in the comments section with your blog entry or SCS gallery showing us what creation you were inspired to come up with!! If you upload to SCS be sure to put DivaIC15 (no spaces) as the keyword. Have fun!!

I also want to wish you all a happy, safe, and fun Halloween!

Inspire Stampin' happiness wherever you go!! :)

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Happy Wednesday and some Birthday cards!

Happy Wednesday everyone! Can you believe it's the last Wednesday of October already? Where does the time go? Today I'm sharing cards from Adriana Benitez, a fellow Florida demonstrator. (It sure doesn't feel like I'm in Florida this morning! It's 37 degrees at my house!)
Don't forget! The Birthday sale is only available until Friday, the 31st! Don't miss your chance at 20% off select birthday sets including the ones in Adriana's samples!

Here's what Adriana has to say about her cards!
Just a few project notes: This one was a little time consuming but fun to make! The large cupcake was stamped onto Baja Breeze and onto the DSP, then cut apart and pieced together. The dots you see on the cupcake and scallops are all from the reservoir on the handheld punch. (Whenever you punch, the circles are stored in there until you empty them out. If you've never noticed that... you probably have a few stored up - ready made confetti!) This card begins as a 6x6 square of cardstock - so this design could easily be opened up into a 6x6 bragbook page.

Stamp Set: Crazy for Cupcakes and coordinating standard wheel Cupcakes
Ink: Chocolate Chip Classic Ink Pad and standard cartridge
Paper: Baja Breeze, Really Rust, Autumn Vine DSP
Other: 1/4" vanilla grosgrain, Scallop Border Punch, 1/8" handheld
punch, Crystal Effects, Dazzling Diamonds, Tombow Adhesive.

This card is made using the same supplies with the addition of
chocolate chip and naturals vanilla cardstock, a 1/4" circle punch and
the Outlined for Fun stamp set. The punch is used to punch out the
corners of the chocolate paper and for additional dots (under the
sentiment) just for an extra touch. I recently received the Outlined
for Fun stamp set and am having so much fun with it! As you see, you
don't really have to add color to the entire image to make it pop. And
just so ya know... the curly thing on the top right is a noise maker -
I've had 2 people ask me what the deal is with the water hose! lol
Thanks for sharing with us today, Adriana!
Have a fabulous Wednesday! See you all back here next week!

Monday, October 27, 2008

Monday Fun

Hello Everyone,

Stephanie Gittins has sent some wonderful projects to showcase this week. Thanks for sharing with us Stephanie.

Card 1: This is for the 20th Birthday promotion. I liked the patterned paper because I think it sort of suggests "bubbles". I also added a "sand" strip across the bottom. I wanted to get across the beach idea without it being too over the top. Finally, I picked the colors because I have 3 boys and I wanted something that could be "gender neutral".

Stamps: Crab & Company, Itty Bitty Backgrounds
Inks: Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, Really Rust & Tempting Turquoise Classic Pads
Paper: Rainbow Sherbert DSP. Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, Really Rust, Taken With Teal, and Whisper White cardstock
Accessories: Color Wheel, Aqua Painter, Sponges, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Caramel Gingham Ribbon, Dimensionals, White Gel Pen, generic google eyes

Card 2: This card was inspired by the Flower Power Simply Sent Card Elements. I made one card using the kit (see Card 3) and then I made this one using the same color scheme & accessories, but none of the die-cuts. I paired the kit with a different stamp set (True Friend) than the one suggested because I wanted to show how versatile the kits can be.

Stamps: True Friend, Best Yet

Inks: Rose Red & Basic Black Classic Pads.

Rose Red, More Mustard, Perfect Plum, and Old Olive Stampin' Write MarkersPaper: Rose Red, Old Olive, Perfect Plum, and Whisper White cardstock

Accessories: More Mustard Grosgrain Ribbon, Old Olive button, Dimensionals, 1/8" Circle Punch

Card 3: This card was made using the Flower Power Simply Sent Card Elements kit, but again, I swapped out Wow Flowers for True Friend. I also substituted a different Ribbon. So hopefully between the two cards I showed how the kit can be used with things you may already have, or didn't think of combining.

Stamps: True Friend

Inks: Rose Red & Basic Black Classic PadsPaper: Rose Red Cardstock from Flower Power kitAccessories:

Die cuts from Flower Power kit, Old Olive 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon

Have a fabulous week everyone!


Saturday, October 25, 2008

Showcase Saturday

Today I would like to introduce you to Gina M. Here's what she has to say.....

Let's see.... a little about myself..... I'm a happily married mom of 3 boys. My oldest - Declan- is 10 and in fifth grade. His favorite subject is recess. I have 5 yo twin boys - Finnbar and Aedan. Finn has red hair, is shy, very adorable smile and nature. Aedan is brunette, outgoing, intelligent, catches on quickly to new things and can be a little devilish. They are in kindergarten. I work fulltime as an RN managing a stress lab. We do all the treadmill testing on heart patients. I love my job! SU is a hobby for me right now. I'd love to do it part time....but not enough hours in a day! I sell my cards to friends and at work to try to pay for my hobby (addiction). My children love to stamp and create cards with me. I give them scraps, stamped images that I don't need and they design their own cards. My husband, Michael is a stay at home dad. He was home with Declan until he was 3 and went to daycare. Then, he worked nights fulltime and took college classes during the day. After the twins were born, we continued working opposite shifts for the first year. Once they became mobile, he quit his job and has stayed home with them since. I am amazed at his energy and patience with the kids. I know that I could never be a stay at home mom. I would miss the adult conversations too much. We live in a 100 yo farmhouse that needs constant renovations, so we are always in the midst of a project or 2 or 3! We have 2 cats- Henry and Tober (13 yo), 2 dogs- Daisy (11 yo pomeranian and Jackson(1 1/2 yo black lab -HYPER, HYPER, HYPER), and the kids each have their own fishtanks. We have a very full house! Declan still tries to convince me that he needs a bird!
I have always enjoyed crafts. Growing up, I did cross stitch, macrame, knitting, crochet, needlepoint, and hand quilting. After Declan was born, I started scrapbooking and then found rubber stamping! I became a demonstrater for the discount and have been for almost 2 years. I went to my first convention this year and stayed at the Diva house. Wow, I am amazed by the wonderful women that are Divas. The support and concern for each and everyone is amazing. Convention, now that was one of the best experiences of my life. Just seeing all the people swapping and cheering and hanging out in lines together and all the classes and workshops, the boards full of stamped items, the give-aways, to see all the happiness and smiling faces everyday....what if the rest of the world could be like that!!!
SU is a great place to be and being part of such a caring and gifted group of people like the Divas just keeps me going each and every day!

Stamp Sets: Window Dressing, Occassions Collection
Paper: Tangerine Tango, Old Olive, More Mustard, Haiku DSP, Watercolor Paper

Ink: Tangerine Tango, Old Olive, More Mustard, Chocolate Chip, Black Stazon
Accessories: So Saffron Brad, Linen thread, Wide Oval Punch, Large Oval Punch, Blender Pen, Crafter's Tool Kit

Stamp Set: Upsy Daisy
Paper: Pacific Point, Naturals White, Bashful Blue, Bashful Blue DSP
Ink: Bashful Blue, Pacific Point
Accessories: Wide Oval Punch, Crafter's Tool Kit, Bashful Blue striped Grosgrain ribbon, Filigree Designer brads, Boho Blossoms Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals
Rock n roll technigue on stamped image. Sentiment edge sponged in bashful blue and paper pierced under 'you're'. Sentiment and flower attached with dimensionals.

Stamp Set: Live Like You Mean It
Paper: Pink Pirouette, Chocoate Chip and Bella Rose DSP
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Riding Hood Red, Kiwi Kiss
Accessories: Wide Oval Punch
All edges sponged with pink pirouette.

Stamp Set: Pocket Silhouettes
Paper: Pale Plum, Perfect Plum, Kiwi Kiss (textured and regular), Whisper White
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Pale Plum, Perfect Plum
Accessories: Hodgepodge Hardware-silver, Kiwi Kiss/Very Vanilla Satin Ribbon

Stamp Set: Nursery Neccesities
Paper: Baja Breeze, Night of Navy, Kiwi Kiss (textured and regular), Urban Garden DSP, Naturals White
Ink: Baja Breeze, VersaMark
Accessories: Sticky Cut letters, Kiwi Kiss/Very Vanilla Satin Ribbon, Fine Cosmo Glitter, Clip Assortment, Big Shot, Naturely Serif die, Stampin' Dimensionals
Sails VersaMarked and cut out. Dimensionals behind sailboat pieces.

Stamp Set: Say it with Scallops
Paper: Old Olive, So Saffron, More Mustard, Whisper White, Haiku DSP
Ink: Tangerine Tango
Accessories: Scallop Rectangle Punch, Old Olive 5/8" Grosgrain ribbon

Thank you for sharing with us, Gina.

Have a wonderful weekend.
Alicia :)

Friday, October 24, 2008

Sketch Challenge #4

Here we are at week 4 of the diva sketch challenge. I have been having fun working on these sketches and I hope you have too. This is the sketch me and my team used to make our cards...

And here is my card...

I used a sideways version of the sketch when I saw my little neglected alligator while trying to choose a stamp set. He is too cute and it has been way too long since he has seen ink!

Here are the cards my team has come up with...




Splitcoast gallery

We would love to see what you create using this sketch. You can leave a comment with a link to your card or upload to your splitcoast gallery using divasc4 as your keyword. Thanks for playing!


Stamps: Wild about you, Background Basics
Ink: Kiwi Kiss, Pink Pirouette, Chocolate Chip
Paper: Pink Pirouette, Whisper White, Chocolate Chip
Other: Kiwi Kiss ribbon, Chocolate Chip ribbon, Cutter Kit, Fire Circle brads, Dimensionals

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Diva Inspiration Challenge #14

Got Blue?! Seems to be the theme for today's Inspiration Challenge. This big ball of blue comes from Blog@NanoVic Nanotechnology Blog. This image was taken using a scanning electron microscope. I can't even begin to understand how tiny this "flower" actually is, but boy is it pretty!

My sample for this week's challenge is not so tiny. I chose to go with the different shades of blue and layer the hues on different sized snowflakes on glossy card stock to form my background. I then layered vellum card stock on top of my new background to soften it up. To stay with the winter theme, I embossed in silver embossing powder the tree from Snow Swirled and then added silver brads to the tree and the four corners. I added a rhinestone brad to the top of the tree, as well as to the Season's Greetings sentiment. And speaking of the sentiment, I punched out the Season's Greetings with the Wide Oval Punch and stuck it on the front side of the vellum paper. I then used the 1- 3/4" Circle Punch to punch out a Pacific Point circle and glued it to the back of the vellum paper behind the sentiment.

Stamps: Snow Swirled
Paper: Pacific Point, Glossy, Vellum, White
Ink: Bashful Blue, Brocade Blue, Pacific Point, VersaMark
Accessories: Silver Embossing Powder, Silver Elastic Cord, Silver Brads, Paper Piercer, Circle Ice Rhinestone Brads, Wide Oval Punch, 1- 3/4" Circle Punch

To see what my creative team came up with, just click on their name :

To view the submissions on SCS click here.

Now it's your turn! Post a link in the comments section with your blog entry or SCS gallery showing us what creation you were inspired to come up with!! If you upload to SCS be sure to put DivaIC14 (no spaces) as the keyword. Have fun!!

Inspire Stampin' happiness wherever you go!! :)

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Another Haunting Wednesday

Today's projects come to us from Alicia Tomicich-Wiley of Missouri. Here's what she has to say!

Since Halloween has never been a big holiday for me, I don't have stamp sets for it. This year, since I had a club and knew I should do something for the holiday, I created the projects without any stamping, and personally, I really like them. My club members loved them. These have been inspired by various cards and projects I've seen circulating recently.

Mummy Card
Paper--Creamy Caramel, Confetti Cream, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink--Creamy Caramel
Accessories--1" Circle Punch, 3/4" Circle Punch, White Gel Pen, Sponge

Owl Treat Holder
Paper--Creamy Caramel, Whisper White, Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie
Ink--Creamy Caramel
Accessories--Stampin' Up! Big Shot, Top Note Bigz Die, 1" Circle Punch, 3/4" Circle Punch, 5 Petal Punch, White Gel Pen, Sponge, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Cello Bag, Candy Corn

Frankenstein Pull Treat--used this tutorial by Beate Johns:

Paper--Old Olive, Lovely Lilac, Whisper White, Basic Black
Ink--Basic Black
Accessories--1" Circle Punch, 3/4" Circle Punch, White Gel Pen, Sponge, Basic Black Grosgrain Ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals, Paper Snips, Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker, Sticky Strip, Hershey Candy Bar

Thanks so much for sharing your adorable projects with us today, Alicia!

Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Happy Stampin'!

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Technique Tuesday - Colored Soot Stamping

Good morning! As Halloween approaches I thought it would be fun to learn Colored Soot Stamping. I saw the instructions on Splitcoaststampers. Beate Johns does such a great job in explaining this easy and fun technique.

Colored Soot Stamping - by Beate Johns

Take soot stamping up a notch by brayering your cardstock beforehand.


Glossy Cardstock
Dye Ink
Acrylic Sealer

Step 1

Ink up your brayer with dye ink and start rolling it over your glossy cardstock.

Step 2

Continue to do so until your cardstock is evenly colored.

Step 3

Light your candle. Hold glossy side of cardstock over the candle, so that the flame touches it.
Move the cardstock around quickly. WARNING: Be careful! The edges of the cardstock will catch fire easily.

Step 4

Take your stamp and press it onto the soot covered cardstock. NOTE: Don't touch the soot-covered part with your fingers, or you will have fingerprints. The soot comes off easily.

Step 5

Spray your image with acrylic sealer to prevent smudging.

Step 6

Finish your card.

Have fun playing with this great technique, just in time for Halloween and Fall! Post your creations here, we'd love to see what you come up with.

See ya next week! Stacy P.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Trick or Treat!

Here is a cute treat from a very creative diva/demonstrator, who also happens to be cute !Becky Roberts.

Becky has shared a very cute creation with us. Here is the recipe!

Cardstock: Kiwi Kiss, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink Pads: Kiwi Kiss, Staz-On Jet Black
Stamp Sets: Eat, Drink & Be Scary
Accessories: Ghostly Greetings DSP, Build-a-Brad, Kiwi Kiss Grosgrain Ribbon, Black Gingham Ribbon, Scallop Punch, ½” Circle Punch, Stampin’ Write Marker-Basic Black
I LOVE the build-a-brads. The spider looks so cute on this card.
Have a great day!

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Showcase Saturday

Today's featured Diva is Stephanie G. Stephanie is also one of our Designing Divas, so look to see more of her creativity on this blog in the future.

Here's what Stephanie has to say.....

I am from Northern Utah. I am married to Steve, my high school sweetheart, and we have three adorable (but very energetic!) little boys: Benjamin (5), Spencer (3), and Daniel (16 months). I am a stay-at-home mom, but I also manage storage units. I've been a demonstrator for almost 4 1/2 years. I signed up because I adored all the products and wanted a discount, but I also needed a way to express my creativity... and a reason to get out of my house once in a while for some adult conversation! I love Stampin' Up! and all the wonderful people it has brought into my life. I also love scrapbooking, following politics, reading, and writing.

Steph first saw the idea
here and decided to run with it. Don't you just love her creation?

Paper: Bella Rose DSP, Chocolate Chip & Whisper White cardstock

Stamps: Dreams Du Jour
Inks: Basic Brown, Old Olive, Kiwi Kiss, So Saffron, Pink Pirouette, Riding Hood Red Classic Pads
Accessories: Scallop Border Punch, Blender Pens, Sticky Strip, Stampin' Dimensionals, Old Olive 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon, Cropadile, Button Bouquet (these have magnets on the back), galvanized metal

Thanks for sharing with us today, Steph. Looking forward to seeing more of your talent. :)

Have a great weekend! We'll be celebrating another birthday. My baby girl is 2!! Time flies!
Alicia :)

Friday, October 17, 2008

Diva Sketch Challenge #3

I can't believe we are at week 3 of the diva sketch challenge already. Thank you to everyone who played along last week...there were some great cards posted! This weeks challenge comes from a sketch I made from a card that I loved in Cards magazine. Here is the sketch...

...and here is my interpretation...

Every time I looked at this sketch, I kept seeing that big cupcake as the 2nd layer. Simple Birthday Thanks has to be my absolute favorite new stamp in the catalog this fall. I just love how fun it is to do paper piecing with it and it is too cute as a kids thank you note. And even better, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Stampin' Up!, it is 20% off during the month of October with a qualifying purchase.

To see what my team came up with this week, just click on their name.





Splitcoast gallery

We would love to see what you create using this sketch. You can leave a comment with a link to your card or upload to your splitcoast gallery using divasc3 as your keyword. Thanks for playing!


Cupcake card supplies
Stamps: Simple Birthday Thanks, Say it with Scallops
Paper: Rose Red, Whisper White, Certainly Celery, Washington Apple DSP (color combo from KWerner Design Color Inspiration #26)
Ink: Chocolate Chip Marker, Rose Red Classic Ink
Other: Rich Regal brads, 1 3/8" circle punch, scallop circle punch, dimensionals, paper snips, crafters tool kit

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Diva Inspiration Challenge #13

Happy Thursday! Are you ready for today's Inspiration Challenge? Our image is was found online here.

I think these lilies look absolutely gorgeous - especially against the black background! My first thought is the Chalkboard Technique. I never tried it before, but isn't that what these challenges are for?!? As far as colors go, I can pull out Pretty in Pink, Mellow Moss, Always Artichoke, Apricot Appeal, and Regal Rose just to name a few.

For my sample I drew out the pink colors against the black background. The Chalkboard Technique seemed easy enough, but there seemed to be shadows from the pastels left on the black paper. Does that happen to you? All in all, I think the outcome came out pretty good. I think I will have to try this technique more often.

Stamps: Inspired By Nature, Best Yet
Paper: Basic Black, Regal Rose, Apricot Appeal, Pretty in Pink
Ink: Basic Black, White Craft
Accessories: Scallop Punch, Scallop Square Punch, Stampin' Pastels, Sponge, Daubers

To see what my creative team came up with, just click on their name :

To view the submissions on SCS click here.

Now it's your turn! Post a link in the comments section with your blog entry or SCS gallery showing us what creation you were inspired to come up with!! If you upload to SCS be sure to put DivaIC13 (no spaces) as the keyword. Have fun!!

Inspire Stampin' happiness wherever you go!! :)

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Haunting Halloween!

Happy Wednesday! Today's card comes from Brenda Taylor. Isn't it just the cutest?!

Supplies(all SU!): Paper- Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie & Kiwi Kiss card stock, Ghostly Greetings DSP.
Accessories- Chills & Thrills rub-ons, Kiwi Kiss/Very Vanilla satin ribbon, 1 3/4" circle punch, pop dots.

Until next week...


Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Tip Tuesday - Pretties Kit

Are you wondering what happened to the Build A Brad tip - well, I received such a wonderful project that focuses on the Pretties Kit that I couldn't resist. I'll share the Build A Brad tip soon. Now on to the Pretties Kit!

The Pretties Kit has approximately:
White flowers: 50 (5 sizes, 10 each)
Halfback White pearls: 60 (30 small, 20 medium, 10 large)
Halfback Cream pearls: 60 (30 small, 20 medium, 10 large)
Round White pearls with holes: 45 (30 small, 15 large)
Round Cream pearls with holes: 45 (30 small, 15 large)
Clear beads: 40 (10 round beads with center hole, 10 round
beads with side hole, 20 tear drop beads)
Round rhinestone brads: 50 (20 small, 15 medium, 15 large)
Hat pins with clutches: 10
Crimp beads: 30

The kit is so versatile to embellish all of your works of art! The flowers are white so you can
color them to coordinate with our exclusive colors—you’ll always have the perfect color for
your project. You can use Stampin' Pastels, Watercolor Wonder Crayons, or Classic Stampin’
ink to dye the flowers. The beads, pearls, and flowers add elegance to any project, and you
can create custom hat pins using any of the pieces. I've used the Aqua Painter (see Technique Tuesday - Aqua Painter on how to use this product) and Stampin' ink refills for an easy way to "dye" the flowers the color you want.

I'd like to share with you a WONDERFUL project from Tina McIntyre. She is one of our amazing Designer Divas. Here is her project and what she's got to say about it. Hope you are inspired to get out your stamps and start stamping!

Tina says ...

I just absolutely love THE SNOW SWIRLED SET! I am ready to start kicking off some of my Christmas ideas, so you get to see first hand what I'm playing around with!!! Hope you enjoy it !

This is the card with it's

This is the card with it

Stampin' Up! Supplies used :

Stamp set : Snow Swirled set

Card stock used : Pacific Point (in-color) & Whisper White (neutrals)

Ink : Pacific Point classic pad, Kiwi Kiss classic pad, Tempting Turquiose classic pad (Bold Brights).

Accessories : Pretties Kit, Dazzling Diamonds, Glue pen, Snail adhesive, Crop-adile, Fresh Favs ll eyelets, 1 1/4" circle punch, corner rounder punch, hemp twine.

Those faux 1/2 pearls really make the snow flakes POP !!

Those faux 1/2 pearls from the Pretties Kit really make the snow flakes POP !! My sister-in-law, Wendy, used the pearls last year on her card and it just really gives the snow flakes a lil' something!! So I want to thank her for the "inspiration"!! The Dazzling Diamonds glitter helps pop out some of the swirls on the tree, along with highlighting them with another color ! I can't wait to see your Christmas creationz !!!! Dazzling Diamonds and a little Pacific Point stamping contrast really make this swirly tree stand out!

How many designs do you go through, before you make that "perfect" card. I know I play around with so many designs and variations, boy, you should see all the cards I have, that you don't see!!!



Let the creating begin !!

Live, Laugh, & Love to Create !

Monday, October 13, 2008

Halloween Treats!

Happy Monday Everyone!

Today we have a couple of projects to show you which were made by Courtney Carpenter. The Ghostly Greetings Designer Series Paper is very popular for all your Halloween projects.

Here are some projects made by Kristine Memmott

Stamp Sets: Haunting Halloween; Drink and Be Scary
Paper: Basic Black, Elegant Eggplant, Whisper White, Kiwi Kiss, Pumpkin Pie
Ink: Stazon Black, Craft Black
Accessories: Scallop Edge Punch; Bead Duo - Orange; Water Color Crayons, Blender Pen, Eggplant Ribbon, Pumpkin Pie Ribbon, 1/4" circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, Dazzling Diamonds, 2 way glue pen, Jumbo Eyelets, Black Grosgrain Ribbon, Irridescent Ice, Crystal Effects, Corner Rounder Punch

Stamps: Batty For YouPaper: Basic Black, Kiwi Kiss, Pumpkin Pie, Whisper White and Ghostly Greetings DSP.Ink: Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie, Kiwi KissAccessories 1/4" Basic Black Grosgrain Ribbon, Scallop Punch, 1 3/8 Punch, 1" Punch, Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'