Sunday, January 31, 2010

Traditional, Digital or Hybrid?

What kind of scrapbooker are you? Have you caught the digital bug or do you like to roll up your sleeves and jump right into your paper, stamps and various accents and tools? Since I stared scrapbooking in 2003, I've dabbled in digital not really knowing it or thinking much about it. My very first page was of my three year old son painting. I took his painted hand and made an imprint on paper. When it was dry I scanned it and then imported it into Print Master so I could crop it  and copy it over and over to make patterned paper for my page. So you could say I've always been a hybrid scrapbooker.

I don't think I could ever completely leave behind the buttons, ribbon, chipboard and oodles of other embellishments that are so fun to play with. However, in recent times, I've incorporated more digital elements for my paper crafting to become a  more eco-friendly scrapper. If I can reduce the amount of stuff I have on my pages, the better for the environment. For example, lately I've been interested in doing more stamping on my greeting cards, but that would require a lot more product with all the stamps, inks, etc. Stamping is one area I can really see myself creating digitally.

Anyway, I thought I'd share a couple hybrid cards with you today. This first card I created using a fabulous digital kit called 'February' by Jen Martakis of Two Peas in a Bucket.

Isn't this loopy heart pattern adorable?!?! I love it! The little tag I attached with pop dots to give the card texture is a also from the kit and has a loopy frame. If you click on the picture you will get a larger image and can see these details better.

This next hybrid card is from a digital kit called 'This Year' also by Jen Martakis. She's oh so talented! Anyway, I really love the bright and happy colors of this kit. Makes it so you can use it for just about any project you can dream up!

This kit includes some colorful journaling blocks that I used as a frames for each letter of my sentiment. The alphabets are included too and I really like the subtle graph paper pattern they have.


Be Mine
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  February by Jen Martakis
Tag:  February by Jen Martakis
Ribbon:  May Arts - Buy
Rub-On:  American Crafts

Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  February by Jen Martakis
Journaling Blocks:  February by Jen Martakis
Alphas:  February by Jen Martakis
Ribbon:  May Arts - Buy

Well, that's a wrap for this post. Leave me a comment and let me know what kind of scrapper you are and I'll visit your blog to see your creations. Thanks for dropping by! :) Kathy

Friday, January 29, 2010

Scraping the Good Things

I'm sticking to my New Year's goal to make more scrapbook pages! I had been making too many cards and home decor projects during the holidays and ignored my family memories! Well, not anymore! Here's a couple pages I'd like to share.

This is a hybrid page using an awesome digital kit from Jen Martakis called February. You can find it at Two Peas in a Bucket. I love this kit because you can make some awesome Valentine's Day pages and cards and it has a template for a two-page layout for all your February photos. However, it's versatile enough to use all year long as you can see from this page about my son leaving cranberries for the squirrels on Thanksgiving.

This next page shows my son playing with Mr. Potato Head at one of his favorite places to go, Marbles Kids Museum.

Silly should be Christopher's middle name since he loves to create silliness any chance he gets. The photographed Mr. Potato Head in this page is rather straight forward for him. He usually puts arms where the eyes should be and a nose for his feet. I think he was just warming up on this one, checking out all the different pieces available!

The little red stars on this page are from an ancient scrapbooking tool we all probably have laying around in our scrap rooms. It's one of those colorful little Paper Shaper punches. It's exciting to rediscover some of the tools that used to be so popular years ago!


Thanksgiving Treat
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Digital Papers:  February by Jen Martakis
Border Punch:  Ek Success
Die Cut Machine:  Silhouette
Chipboard Letters:  Basic Grey
Digital Journaling Spot:  February by Jen Martakis

Mr. Potato Head
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Jenni Bowlin & Little Yellow Bicycle
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Chipboard Letters:  American Crafts
Rub Ons:  American Crafts & Reminisce
Rubber Buttons:  Imaginisce
Circle Punches:  Ek Success
Star Punch:  Ek Success

So, we are expecting quite a snowstorm this evening and should be snowed in this weekend. Looks like another scrappy weekend! In between throwing a few snowballs and drinking a couple cups of hot cocoa. That means it's quite possible that I will create another blog post before Monday! :) Thanks for dropping by and spending some time with me!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Earth Love Day

Yesterday I had a friend over to scrap and I ended up digging out the Earth Love line from Cosmo Cricket and made a trio of cards for my Etsy shop. You can purchase the Earth love line at Two Peas in a Bucket.

The colors in this line are so pretty and the critters are just plain adorable! I have lots of Bazzill Basics card stock and found many solid colors to match my papers.

I love that Cosmo Cricket includes sentiment pages with their collections. It makes card making and scrapbook titles a breeze.

With this card I added a little hand stitching. I have a machine, but sometimes I just don't feel like dragging it out. Just a row of stitches isn't too time consuming to do by hand. I really like the Fiskars border punches! I use them on so many of my projects. I used a different one for each of these cards. Another go to tool for me is the corner rounder punch from Ek Success. I used that on two of these cards. For very little effort, it adds nice detailing.


Birds of a Feather
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Cosmo Cricket
Chipboard Accent:  Cosmo Cricket
Craft String:  Michael's
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Corner Rounder:  Ek Success

Smallest Things
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Cosmo Cricket
Chipboard Hearts:  Cosmo Cricket
Mini Rick Rack:  May Arts - Buy
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Corner Rounder:  Ek Success

Thank You
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Cosmo Cricket
Chipboard Flower:  Cosmo Cricket
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Sewing Thread:  Coats

I hope you have enjoyed my share for the day. Please leave a comment and let me know how I'm doing. Do you enjoy the products I've been showing? Is there other information you would like to see? Or products? I would love to hear from you. Have a super day!

Monday, January 25, 2010

Guess What Day It Is?

That's right, it's a 2 Sketches 4 You day! Laura Davis is our sketch artist this week and created this fun design for all of us.

Here's my card based on Laura's sketch. Notice the pretty script sentiment stamp? It's a Just Rite stamp, our sponsor for the week. Have you seen their unique stamp system? If you have a moment you should visit their site and take a look, it's an awesome system that's so easy to use! And they have a ton of cool designs to choose from.

This next project I'd like to share is a page I made to showcase a story my son wrote this weekend. Like many third graders, he doesn't always feel enthusiastic about writing, but remind him that it can be a silly story and off he goes!

If you are interested in reading his story, "The Fluffy Piano," just click on the picture to enlarge it.


Just A Note
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Basic Grey
Ribbon:  May Arts - Buy
Rubber Stamp:  Just Rite Stamps
Stamp Ink:  Memories & Colorbox
Flower Accent:  Jolee's
Die Cut Machine:  Silhouette
Sewing Thread:  Coats

The Fluffy Piano
Card Stock:  Doodlebug Designs
Patterned Paper:  Cosmo Cricket & Making Memories
Alphabet Stickers:  Jenni Bowlin
Die Cute Alphas:  Cosmo Cricket
Ribbon:  Creative Impressions - Buy
Thumb Tack Accent:  American Crafts
Die Cut Machine:  Silhouette
Stamp Ink:  Colorbox
Border Punch:  Ek Success & Fiskars
Corner Punch:  Ek Success

So that's the scoop for the day. So pleased you could join me. Come back again Wednesday for another post full of projects!

Sunday, January 24, 2010

A Crafty Weekend

I wasn't going to create a new post until tomorrow, but I've been crafting away this weekend and thought I'd share a few of my creations with you.

This first project is a card I made using a lovely digital kit called 'Happy Paper Pack' by Erica Hernandez from Two Peas in a Bucket. These papers are very happy and colorful indeed! Don't you just love the bright colors and designs?!?! I do and I'm sure I'll be making more projects with them soon! The card design is a sketch from the talented Sarah Martina, my design team member at 2 Sketches 4 You!

This next project is a card I made for Cardvarks' Red Heart Challenge.

This is the very first time I've entered one of these sketch site challenges, if you can believe that! I just couldn't pass up making a red heart card! I've been in Valentine mode for weeks now so why not?!?!

Lastly, in keeping up with my New Year's goal, to make more scrapbook pages, I made this Christmas one.

I discovered a fun blog called 'Got Sketch' and this design is from their December 14th post. My husband took this photo of our Christmas tree. He was practicing taking photos at night. I love the way he captured the glow of our tree, even if he didn't get the top of it in the photo. ;)


You & Me
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Papers:  Happy Paper Pack by Erica Hernandez of Two Peas in a Bucket
Foam Letters:  American Crafts
Badge:  American Crafts
Ribbon:  May Arts - Buy
Thread:  Coats

Love You
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Pink Paislee
Ribbon:  May Arts - Buy
Dimensional Sticker:  Martha Stewart
Rub-On:  Making Memories
Thread:  Coats

Merry & Bright
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Making Memories and Pink Paislee
Metal Sign:  Making Memories
Gold Snowflakes:  Martha Stewart
Rhinestones:  TCP Studios
Digital Cutter:  Silhouette
Photo Corners:  K & Company
Ink:  Color Box

That's a wrap! Stop by tomorrow for a new sketch from 2 Sketches 4 You and more projects! :) Kathy

Friday, January 22, 2010

Handmade From the Heart

Oh how I LOVE to make cards! Birthday, Christmas, Valentine's doesn't matter the season or occasion, I just love making cards! So, I made a scrapbook page about my Valentine's Day card making. A couple weeks ago I was at my friend's house to craft and was on a roll. I made all the cards in this photo that day. It was awesome to have the creative juices flowing!

This is a hybrid page. I used a colorful and fun digital kit called 'Can't Buy Me Love' by Shimelle Laine from Two Peas in a Bucket. I love all the hearts and colors. If you click on the photo it will enlarge so you can see the details on the pink and blue papers.

Another reason to make a handmade card...babies! I have to make handmade cards for newborns! These cards are usually kept in a scrapbook and cherished for years to come.

The little baby hanger embellishment is something that I make myself. I make them with the word 'love' too for my Valentine cards and scrapbook pages. It's fun to have unique embellishments that are not sold in stores.


Handmade From the Heart
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Can't Buy Me Love - Shimelle Laine - Buy
Die Cut Machine:  Silhouette
Chipboard Hearts:  Maya Road
Plastic Hearts:  American Crafts
Chipboard Alphas:  American Crafts
Border Punch:  Fiskars

Welcome Baby
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Doodlebug ?
Rub-ons:  Creative Cafe
Corner Punch: Ek Success
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Baby Hanger: Card-Blanc - Buy
Ribbon:  Michael's

Once again, I'm thankful for all of you who take time out of your busy days to come take a peek at my blog! I get so inspired looking at all your blogs and hope that you feel the same when you visit mine! Until we meet again...most likely Monday, have a super weekend! Oh, and if you are fortunate enough to be going to CHA, have a blast!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Another Winter Day

Do you get to feeling a little down in the winter? I sure do! I miss the longer days of spring and summer and I don't like the cold much.

I think a lot of people feel a little blue during the wintertime. It's also cold and flu season and catching one of these winter bugs sure doesn't help. My husband's grandma, who is 91, just caught a cold and it's really getting her down. Makes me wish I could fly to California and cook up a batch of chicken soup for her! Since that's not realistic I found out about a company that will deliver grandma a hearty jar of chicken soup for me!

How cleaver is this?!?! Spoonful of Comfort will send a jar of soup to a relative who is undergoing chemotherapy or to your best friend who just got dumped! You can even add rolls and/or half dozen oatmeal raisin cookies! We're sending cookies to grandma. There's nothing like homemade sweets to lift spirits! It's a little pricey, but it's not the soup so much as making someone's day that's priceless to me.

As for me, thank goodness for crafting! I think it helps me get through January and February! I have been enjoyed making Valentine cards and decor projects these last few weeks. This weekend I made this Tussie Mussie.

It's perfect for chocolate Kisses with its 'Kiss Kiss' tag on the front! By the way, that tag is another from the Anna Griffin Valentine line I was raving about a couple posts ago!


Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Making Memories
Ribbon:  May Arts - Buy
Button:  Oriental Trading
Dimensional Sticker:  Anna Griffin
Beaded String:  Paper Mart

Well, I hope you find a few ways to keep the bounce in your step until spring arrives. Come back Friday and I'll share some more projects with you. Thanks for visiting! :)

Monday, January 18, 2010

Let's Get Our Craft On!

Happy Monday morning! For those of you who would like to make some Valentine cards or for those of you who still need to put together some thank you cards for the lovelies you got during the holidays, 2 Sketches 4 You has another fantastic design and sponsor!

Isn't this a fabulous sketch?!?! It's by Kazan and here's my take on it. Our sponsor and creator of the pretty stamped image on my card is from Starving Artistamps. To win some of these fabulous stamps and find out about the details, head on over to 2 Sketches 4 You!

Next I'd like to share a scrapbook page I made. It's a hybrid page using a super cool digital kit called Frame Ups - 4x6 by Katherine Teague. You can buy this digital kit at Two Peas in a Bucket.

This page is about my first publication, a Halloween card. It made the cover of CARDS magazine! I used the same orange card stock and black trim on this page that I used for the card.

This last project I'll share with you today is a Valentine card I made over the weekend. We all have about a month to make our Valentine's Day cards.

The little post card that I used for my card is by Pink Paislee. They have the cutest Valentine line this year called Cupid. You can find this line at Two Peas in a Bucket.


You Brighten My Day - Card
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Rubber Stamps:  Starving Artistamps
Stamp Ink:  Memories
Ribbon:  May Arts Buy
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Mini Paper Flowers:  Bernico Buy
Rhinestones:  Mark Richards

Happy - Scrapbook Page
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Border Die Cut:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Martha Stewart
Digital Kit:  Katherine Teague of Two Peas in a Bucket
Spider Web:  Silhouette
Spiders:  Sandylion
Corner Rounder Punch:  Ek Success

Love - Card
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Corner Rounder:  Ek Success
Foil Stickers:  Making Memories
White Satin Ribbon: Ampelco
Pink Ribbon:  May Arts Buy

Join me this coming Wednesday for some more fun projects. Likely to be some more Valentine cards or home decor items. Thanks for dropping by! :) Kathy

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Valentine Projects

Valentine's Day is just a month away! Have you made Valentine's Day cards or little decor item for your sweetie, mom and children? I'll show you some of the projects I've been working on for the big holiday of hearts and love. Don't forget that I've been showing off some projects in the past couple weeks so there's more to see than this post....just keep scrolling down.

First up is this heart shaped plaque.

About six months I found this great unfinished wood heart at Dollar Tree. There was also a star and flower shape. I bought one of each. I wish I had purchased more because when I started making things with them and liked what I was creating, there were no more left! So grab things like this while you can! The 'love' sentiment was from A.C. Moore. I think they sell these on a regular basis in their wood department and they are already painted white so it made my project easier.

My next project is this 'Posted with Love' card.

These postage stamps are dimensional stickers from Martha Stewart. Aren't they sweet! I love the cupcake one. The icing is glittered and there's the cutest little heart shaped cherry on top!

This next project is a little mailbox that I use as a sort of Valentine's Day advent calendar. I put goodies and notes in it for my son from February 1st through the 14th.

I've been making these mailboxes for a couple years now. I might have blogged this last year, I'm not sure but I'll just show it off again! Each year Target sells these adorable little tin mailboxes. When I see them I grab a bunch because they sell out quick! They are so adorable, easy to work with and the lid is removable so you can stow goodies in it.


Heart Plaque
Unfiished Heart Plaque:  Dollar Tree
'Love' Sentiment:  A.C. Moore
Patterned Paper:  K & Company
Chipboard Hearts:  Heidi Swapp
Metal Heart Charm:  Making Memories
Ribbon:  May Arts Buy and Ampelco

Posted with Love Card
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Corner Punch:  EK Success
Dimensional Sitckers:  Martha Stewart
Ribbon:  Michael's

Valentine Mailbox:
Mailbox Tin:  Target
Patterned Paper:  Scenic Route
Decorative Scissors:  Fiskars
Chipboard Accents:  American Crafts - Buy
Ribbon:  May Arts - Buy
Brad:  Queen & Company

I hope this gets you into the Valentine's Day spirit and that you go craft something for someone you love. Come back Monday for another 2 Sketches 4 You card design and a digital (hybrid) scrapbook page. :) Kathy

Thursday, January 14, 2010

My First Project

Here it first project as a Digital Creative Team Member for Two Peas in a Bucket! This card was made using the Romantic Love Frames Kit by Holly Brooke Jones! This is the most adorable kit! I wanted to show that you can use this kit for more than just frames! This bird is too darn cute, don't you think?!?!

While I'm showing off a Valentine card, I'd like to share another I made last weekend. This one is made with the cutest Valentine collection called Love Bandit by Bo Bunny. You can find this collection at Two Peas in a Bucket.


Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Embossing Folder:  Cuttlebug
Digital Kit:  Romantic Love Frames
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Baker's Twine:  Martha Stewart
Charm:  Frost Creek Charms
Tag Punch:  EK Success for Stampin' Up
Corner Punch:  EK Success
Rhinestones:  Mark Richards

Love Birds
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Bo Bunny
Decorative Scissors:  Fiskars
Ribbon:  Michael's
Flower:  Sandylion

Thanks for dropping by to see my projects today. I hope you have a wonderful day and perhaps you can get your scrappy on! :) Kathy

Tuesday, January 12, 2010


On Two Peas in a Bucket people know me by my user name mom2christopher. I'm a regular Pea who loves to hang out in the gallery just about every day enjoying all the wonderful projects. I'm so inspired by all of you who post and I always find myself laughing and smiling and ooohing and awwwing as I browse.

Now I have an additional role that I'm thrilled about and want to share with you. I'm now one of the Digital Creative Team Members! This is so exciting and I'm honored to be part of this incredible group of talent! Today I find out which cool digital products I'll be working with. It's my hope that I can create some fabulous cards, pages, and altered projects that will inspire all of you as you have done for me. So stay tuned, because I'll be sharing some things with you very soon!

In the meantime, I mentioned yesterday that I had a fabulously creative day at my friend's house on Sunday. I made a bunch of Valentine cards! Woot woot! So I'll share one with you.

Anna Griffin has come out with a Valentine collection that is absolutely adorable! The glittered dimensional accent on this card is part of that line! I found these at my local Archiver's so if you are fortunate to have one near! I bet this collection will sell out quick!

Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Corner Rounder:  EK Success
Stamp Ink:  Color Box
Dimensional Sticker:  Anna Griffin
Ribbon:  Michael's
Glittered Heart:  Fibre Craft

Monday, January 11, 2010

2 Sketches 4 You Day!

Hot Dog! It's Monday and a 2 Sketches 4 You day!

Laura is our sketch artist for the week and has this awesome new design for you! And here's the card I made based on her sketch. Don't you just love these little birds? They are digital stamps from our sponsor, The Cutting Cafe! The circle sentiment and background hearts are also part of their 'All About Valentine's Day'  and 'Hearts Background' lines. This week's card winner will receive three sets of stamps from the Cutting Cafe! Too cool, huh!?!?! So hop on over to 2S4Y to get the details and enter your card.

So while we're on the subject of Valentine's Day and hearts, this is another card I made last week.

I've recently been to Archiver's and found some great Valentine papers and accents to play with! The pink paper and dimensional sentiment sticker is from Anna Griffin! Gorgeous, huh?

Thanks for dropping in for a visit! I was at a friends house crafting yesterday and made some fun Valentine cards that I will be posting throughout the week so come back and take a peek when you have a few free moments. :) Kathy


Love Birds
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics & Neenah Paper
Patterned Paper:  Pink Paislee & Scenic Route
Corner Rounder:  EK Success
Ribbon:  Ampelco
Digital Stamps:  The Cutting Cafe

I Love You
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Anna Griffin
3d Embellishment:  Anna Griffin
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Corner Rounder:  EK Success
Ribbon:  Michael's Crafts
Rhinestones:  K & Company

Saturday, January 9, 2010

For the Love of Buttons

 love buttons! I love the enormous variety of colors, shapes and styles and I enjoy sorting them. Buttons are one of my favorite go-to embellishments. Is there anything you cannot make with them? Well, today I got out some buttons, all shades of pink, and I made this little Valentine box. What do you think?

I used an unfinished birch container from the craft store and painted it white. Then I used my Silhouette die cut machine to cut out a nice big heart that I lightly traced on the lid of my container. Then I filled in the heart shape with loads of buttons. You can't skimp on the buttons here; I had to layer some smaller buttons on top of others so my heart shape was filled in completely. After the buttons were attached, I used some adhesive pearls to cover some of the button holes. Then I wrapped two styles of ribbon around the edge of the lid and used some rub-on transfers around the bottom. And there you have it!

So while we're on the subject of buttons and all you can do with them, I thought I'd dig through my archives for things I've made with buttons.

 These are some push pins I made with a variety of colorful buttons that I stitched and added a flat tack to the back.

This is mini notebook that I added a row of colorful stitched buttons along the edge.

And the last one I'll share with you are these floral magnets. They are made from silk flowers and an assortment of old mother of pearl buttons with a magnet attached to the back.

So, what do you make with buttons? I'd really like to see some of your projects. Send me a link so I can take a peek. Thanks again for dropping by! I enjoyed sharing my projects with you. :) Kathy

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Here Comes the Snow

It's still terribly cold here in North Carolina! And tonight we're expecting snow! Maybe we'll have a snow day tomorrow? It would be fun to get some snow to play in if it has to be so cold! We'll see.

Because of the weather, I've been enjoying some crafting time and I'd like to show you a card I made. I'm a real fan of birds and we have two parrots so I really like this new 'love birds' die cut from Silhouette.

Recently, I also made this Valentine button tree. I've seen many ladies post these on Two Peas in a Bucket and thought I'd give one a try. I wanted to load up my tree with lots of buttons so you cannot see the Styrofoam cone base. The straight pins I used are a good quality glass head type. I found that the old Fancy Pants decorative straight pins make a great accent to the tree too.


Love Birds Card
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Bo Bunny
Sentiment Rub-On:  Heidi Grace
Die Cut Birds:  Silhouette
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Ribbon:  Ampelco
Liquid Pearls:  Ranger

Valentine Button Tree:
Styrofoam Cone:  A.C. Moore
Buttons:  Oriental Trading Company
Straight Pins:  A.C. Moore
Decorative Pins:  Fancy Pants (my Etsy shop)
Ribbon:  May Arts (my Etsy shop)

Thanks for taking a peek at my Valentine projects. Come back regularly to see more. I'm working on some Love Blocks,  a Valentine container and more.  :) Kathy

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Baby it's Cold Outside!

Is it cold outside or what? Even Florida is experiencing below normal temperatures. Here in North Carolina we've been below normal for days and there's no end in sight. It only got a couple degrees above freezing today! Where are you and how cold is it there? Well, cold weather means indoor activities like scrapbooking! Here's a page I finished last night. I think I posted my baking adventures with Audrey a couple weeks ago. Well, here's the page. Great memories!

I also had a chance to make this simple Valentine card last night. I really like my Silhouette! The die cuts you can make are so fun! If you are thinking of a die cutter, I highly recommend the Silhouette!

So what do you like to do when the weather is a bit frightening outside? Have you been making Valentine cards or crafts? I'll have to go blog visiting and see what's going on your way. If you're reading this, leave me a comment with your blog address so I can go check it out!


Holiday Baking
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper:  Fancy Pants & Making Memories
Chipboard Alphas:  American Crafts
Border Punch:  Fiskars
Corner Rounder:  EK Success
Holly Accents:  Martha Stewart

P.S. I Love You
Card Stock:  Bazzill Basics and Neenah Paper
Patterned Paper:  Cloud 9 Design and Scenic Route
Chipboard Heart:  Heidi Swapp
Conversation Heart:  Recollections for Michael's
Floral Rhinestone:  Hero Arts
Die Cut Machine:  Silhouette
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