Wednesday, October 30, 2013

WAW104 ~ Trust ~

Welcome!  It's time for another inspirational challenge at Word Art Wednesday.  

Check out the WAW site for all the details including this week's digital scripture image, how to link your creation AND info on our fabulous prizes! 
A special thank you to Fred She Said and Pam Korte, Close to My Heart Consultant,
 for providing our prizes this week!
This week we feature this scripture from Psalms... 

I opted to use an old sketch this week from Seize the Sketch and some fun Thanksgiving papers from Authentique.  I just love this time of year and this particular Psalm reminds me to trust our Lord for my provisions! 
Thanks for stopping by!  I will be back Friday with Our Daily Bread Designs' November release and Saturday with an Exploring Cricut project!  I can't wait to show you what I've been working on!  ((hugs))
Papers - Bazzill, The Paper Studio, Authentique Thankful
Ink - Ranger Distress Ink Antique Linen
Dies - Spellbinders - Large Rectangles
Misc. - Clip by Spare Parts

Saturday, October 26, 2013

TSTR189 & MOJO316 ~ Every Leaf is a Flower ~

Good morning!  Today's card incorporates the weekly MOJO Monday sketch and The Shabby Tea Room Inspiration photo...
the sketch...
and the inspiration photo from TSTR....
I used a sentiment from ODBD's
and the other supplies I used...
Paper - Authentique - Thankful, Bazzil, DCWV The Pumpkin Patch Stack
Ink - Versafine Vintage Sepia (sentiment), Distressed Ink Frayed Burlap (DP edges)
Dies - Spellbinders Standard Circles Large & Postage Stamps
Recollections Blossom & Ribbon
Thanks for stopping in!
The Shabby Tea Room - TSTR189 - Fall Floral
MOJO Monday Sketch - MOJO316
RCC86 - Fall or Halloween 

Friday, October 25, 2013

CAS243 ~ Candy Cane ~

Today's card is for the Clean and Simple Challenge at SCS.  The challenge this time...  feature candy.  And with Christmas approaching in the next few months, I chose to use a candy cane image!  You may find the SCS gallery HERE.

 And the Candy Cane stamp set from Our Daily Bread Designs'...

I used red and white card stock, embossing the red layer with a candy cane embossing folder.  The image was colored with Copics before fussy cutting and adding dimensional glaze.  I added a dusting of glitter and allowed it to dry.  Then I added more dimensional glaze.  A few pearls adorn the die cut sentiment panel...  one of my favorite color combos...  red and white! 
Are you ready for Christmas yet?  I'm sure humming Christmas carols...  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Candy Cane
Papers - Georgia Pacific (white); Bazzill (red); Neenah Solar Crest (candy cane)
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black (Image); Memento Lady Bug (sentiment); Copics - R27, R29, C1
Glossy Accents (candy cane); Sulyn Crystal Glitter; Recollections Pearls
Dies - Spellbinders Decorative Labels Eight
Embossing Folder - Cuttlebug by Provocraft - Candy Cane Stripe

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

WAW103 ~ Glory in the Cross ~

Welcome!  It's time for another inspirational challenge at Word Art Wednesday.  

Check out the WAW site for all the details including this week's digital scripture image, how to link your creation AND info on our fabulous prizes! 
A special thank you to Shabby Cottage and Your Next Stamp
 for providing our prizes this week!
This week we feature this scripture from Galatians...

I used a sketch for the starting point combining similar DP from a couple of collections.  I printed the scripture sentiment directly on DP before cutting/embossing with an oval die.  I nestled a rhinestone and pearl flourish underneath with some mulberry blossoms and paper punched sprigs.  I added a few vines die cuts as well for interest.  The base panel has been distressed with a tea dye ink also.  So fun!  Thanks so much for stopping by! 

Until next time...



Paper - The Paper Studio, Bazzill, My Mind's Eye - Stella & Rose * Mabel, My Mind's Eye - Remarkable
Ink - Ranger Distress Ink - Tea Dye (base panel)
Dies - Spellbinders - Ovals Large; Our Daily Bread Designs Fancy Foliage
Misc. - Recollections Flourish, Paper Punch - Martha Stewart Crafts, Mulberry Flowers by Really Reasonable Ribbon 

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

~ Thankful ~

Happy Tuesday!  I have a few days off and fortunately the weather has been mild.  I have been spending every moment I can outside.  I even resorted to working in the sheep barn yesterday!  :-)  My house needs attention but I know mild days will soon be a distant memory, so I plod on!  Today, I have a very simple card using a matted image from Papertrey Ink's First Fruits set.  I stamped it on a simple ivory panel and framed it with a nice houndstooth DP.   

Hope you have a few minutes to craft today!  {{hugs}}
Don't forget to stop back tomorrow for my weekly Word Art Wednesday project!  I can't wait to show it! 


Stamps - Papertrey Ink - First Fruits
Ink - Memento Toffee Crunch, Close to My Heart Barn Red
Papers - Bazzill, Authentique Autumn Bundle

Monday, October 21, 2013

Exploring Cricut ~ Happy Halloween ~

Welcome to another fun bi-weekly challenge at
Exploring Cricut
The challenge this week....

Create a card, layout or paper craft for Halloween with your favorite Cricut cuts (at least 2 CUTS...)

I used Teddy Bear Parade and
George for my project this week...

I started out with a 5.5 x 4.25 black card stock base.  I followed up with a slightly smaller Kraft layer and a bit of burlap from my stash.  I cut little Miss Witch from Teddy Bear Parade at 4.5 inches.  I added dimensional glaze to the buckle on her hat before sprinkling it with glitter.  The moon (from George) is 2.5 inches.  After assembling all pieces, I added each to the card base with dimensional foam.  Super easy and cute! 

Thanks for stopping by!


Cartridges - Teddy Bear Parade, George
Papers - Bazzill, The Paper Studio, Geogia Pacific
Misc. - Burlap, Dimensional Foam, Glaze, Glitter

Sunday, October 20, 2013

North Coast Creations ~ Warmest Wishes ~

Good morning!  Are you dreaming of a nice warm beach somewhere?  I sure am!  With an expected high today of 72 today and 50 something tomorrow, things promise to be a bit chillier than normal in the Bluegrass state.  So in honor of my impossible dream of sand between my toes...

Today's project features Splitcoaststamper's weekly sketch shown HERE.  I stamped my image with black ink and added color with my Copics,  I lightly sponged pale blue ink to create my sky.  The sentiment (stamped in a bright blue) pops in the corner!  I just love this set from North Coast Creations. 
Thanks for stopping by!  Come back tomorrow for the bi-weekly Exploring Cricut challenge!  {{hugs}}

Stamps - North Coast Creations - Warmest Wishes
Ink - Memento - Danube Blue (sentiment); Memento Summer Sky (sky); Memento Tuxedo Black (image); Copics - Y15, Y17, Y38, YR07, YR18E31, E33, E35, B24, B26, B28, YG17, G24, G94, R27
Paper - Neenah Solar Crest, Bazzill

Saturday, October 19, 2013

MOJO315 & TSTR188 ~ Fall ~

Happy Saturday to you!  If your home is anything like mine we are busy cleaning our yard, finishing final repairs around the house and generally getting everything "ready" for this winter.  I hesitate to even mention the word, as I am not always a fan!  I love looking at snow from my window but when you work for a utility and have to be at work at 7AM AND bad weather makes your job even more crucial...  you get the drift...  NO PUN INTENDED!  :-)
As I mentioned earlier in the week, I feel that the Lord has laid it on my heart to share more "thoughts" or random ideas that come to me during my Bible studies and such.  If you are here to peruse my daily card, I do have one for you a bit further along.  If you aren't too busy though, I would like to share a little insight from my week.
Last weekend, hubs and I were planning a get together with the kids.  With the addition of a new DIL and grandson, our brood has gotten bigger.  And unfortunately, it seems difficult most days to get everyone together.  We had a bonfire earlier this year and everyone seemed to enjoy it.  So we decided to have another one this week.  Being the planner that I am, I pulled out my phone to check my weather App.  I was disturbed to find that the weather forecast called for "snow" the day we had tentatively planned.  Hubs checked his phone and insisted that the weather on his App said nothing about snow, much to my chagrin.  I was convinced that he obviously didn't look in the right place and our event was threatened.  Later in the morning, after stewing on this development for a bit, I checked the weather again and much to my amusement I realized my App was set for Baraga, Michigan, decidedly further north of our Kentucky home...  So I had to admit to my husband that I was miffed for nothing and that my own lack of attention led to the great "weather debate."  So the lesson here?  If you don't have the correct coordinates, everything gets skewed!  I had my phone App set to our favorite travel destination 14 hours north and as such the information I had was useless. 
As Christians, if we don't have our coordinates set, reading our Bible, studying God's word and maintaining fellowship with a body of believers we can lose course.  You have to stay plugged in with the right information to be successful!  Thanks for visiting!  Hope you have a wonderful day!
And on to today's card using the MOJO Monday sketch...



TSTR188 - Fall Inspiration Photo
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Memento Grape Jelly
Copics - E35, YR09, YR15, YR18, 0, G82, G99, Y15, Y35, RV52, RV55, R39, R43
Gelly Roll Clear Star
Dies - Spellbinders Ribbon Die
Papers - The Paper Studio, Bazzill, Recollections Harvest Delight, DCWV - The Pumpkin Stack
Jute & Lace  

~ Exploring Cricut ~ A Happy Tree ~

Good morning!  Thanks for joining me for another fun Exploring Cricut post!  I'm excited to share a first time project using Create a Critter 2!  I've had this little gem awhile but hardly get to play!  I think this might be my new go to cartridge! 

All cuts are at 4 inches.  My card base is a standard 5.5 x 4.25 inches.  I cut a shadow layer in Kraft.  I then cut two layers in orange and burgundy.  The final two layers are black (to shadow his happy face) and dark brown.  I added a bit of Stickles to my leaves for fun!  A super quick card that I can mass produce!  LOVE THOSE! 
Thanks for stopping by!  Don't forget to stop back by Monday for our bi-weekly challenge!  It promises to be FUN!  {{hugs}}
Paper - Bazzill, The Paper Studio, Recollections
Ink - Memento Espresso Truffle
Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Autumn Blessings
Stickles - Orange Peel & Pink

Friday, October 18, 2013

A Look Back at Our Daily Bread Designs October Release

Today we are taking a look back at Our Daily Bread Designs October Release.  Can you believe that the month is winding down?  With Thanksgiving around the corner, I begin to kick my Christmas mojo into high gear.  Here is the card I created using Candy Cane.

and a close-up... 
(after coloring the image with Copics and adding dimensional glaze, I added a bit of glitter...)

and an image of the stamp set...

There are several layers to this card.  I started out with a 5.5 x 4.25 inch red card stock base and added a white matted layer and then olive green.  The three colors mat/highlight a Christmas paisley print paper I choice for the final base layer.  I inked the edges of the paisley design with a tea dye distress ink.  
I then cut a red/white snowflake print and embossed it with a geometric EF.  I cut the panel into 4  1.5 x 2.75 inch rectangles.  They were popped up with dimensional foam.  I stamped the sentiment (black) on white card stock before cutting/embossing with a Spellbinder die. 
The candy cane (stamped on Copic compatible paper and colored) was covered with dimensional glaze before adding a light dusting of glitter.  Once my image dried, I fussy cut it and added it with dimensional foam to the bottom.  I think I need to try this with another one!  Thanks for looking!  

 For more inspiration using the October Release be sure to visit the ODBD Blog.  And don't forget to check out what my DT sisters have come up with!  {{hugs}}

Chris * Grace * Julie * Lori (you are here)*
* Sandee * Dawn * Sabrina *Cathy *
* ODBD Blog *

Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Candy Cane
Ink - Copics - R27, R27, E30, Memento Tuxedo Black; Ranger Distress Ink - Tea Dye
Papers - Bazzill, The Paper Studio, Neenah Solar Crest, K & Company Christmas Cheer
Dies - Spellbinders Labels Eighteen
Embossing Folder - Mandarin Screen by Provocraft
Glossy Accents & Sulyn Industries Glitter

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Warm Wishes

Good morning!  Thank you for stopping by!  I have struggled with something as of late and would like to take a moment to share before getting into today's project.  I often feel like I should "share" little things going on in my life, things I read, etc. but hate taking up your valuable time.  After a great deal of prayer and reflection, I feel that I NEED to present the thoughts God gives me.  So on occasion you will see more of my "thoughts."  If you are here strictly for perusing my projects please know that you are more than welcome to skip over my writings and go straight to the card.  You won't hurt my feelings a bit!  And I venture to say, I will never know, BUT I will know if I do not share something my Lord has laid on my heart.  That my friends is a feeling I DO NOT want to have! 
Here's today's project using North Coast Creations' new October release, Let It Snow.   
 Here's the Let It Snow set...

I stamped the image on Copic compatible paper before coloring it with markers.  I added a soft blue ink on the background for sky.  A bit of glitter glue adorns the snowflakes and snowy ground.  A simple seam binding bow rests above the sentiment (stamped in black).  I wanted the image to stand out and I think the red / white scheme makes it pop!  
Hope you have a wonderful day!  Don't forget to stop back by tomorrow for my Exploring Cricut post.  I also have a few more stamping projects to share over the coming days!  :-)  


Stamps - North Coast Creations - Let it Snow
Papers - Bazzill, Georgia Pacific, Neenah Solar Crest, Teresa Collins - Santa's List
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black (image), Versafine Onyx Black (sentiment); Memento Summer Sky (sky)
Copics - Snowman - E21, E25, E41, 0; Hat - C0, C1, C5, C7; Scarf - R24, R29, R59; Presents - R24, R29, R59, G24, G28, G85
Die - Spellbinders Labels Two
Misc. - Seaming Binding; Ranger Stickles - Diamond

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

WAW102 ~ Psalm 18: 32-33 ~ High Places

Welcome!  It's time for another inspirational challenge at Word Art Wednesday.  

Check out the WAW site for all the details including this week's digital scripture image, how to link your creation AND info on our fabulous prizes! 
A special thank you to Freckled Fawn 
 for providing our prize this week!
This week we feature a couple of wonderful verses from Psalms Chapter 18...  
I used a sketch this week as my starting point and mixed autumn toned card stock and DP.  I printed the sentiment itself on DP and framed it with chocolate card stock before adorning it with a pearl and rhinestone flourish.  A cream colored blossom with distressed leaves adds to the look. 
Thanks so much for stopping by!  Until next time...  blessings...
Deconstructed Sketch 122, DS122
Paper - Bazzill, Colorbok Kraft, Colorbok Natural Expressions and Jewel
Flourishes - Recollections
Flowers and Leaves - Prima

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

North Coast Creations' October Release

Welcome to the North Coast Creations October New Releases!  I am SO excited to be bringing you two cards featuring this month's new release!  AND NCC will be choosing 2 winners who will receive a $10 gift certificate to the store for stamps just for commenting on our Design Team cards!  You can leave some love AND possibly win a gift certificate!  How fun is that?   
You have until October 17, 2013 at 10:00PM EDT to make a comment on each of our designers blog posts.  Our 2 random winners will be announced on the North Coast Creations Blog on October 18, 2013.
Both cards today have a Christmas theme.  One is just a bit non-traditional...  are you intriqued yet?  So here we go...
My first card using NCC's Let it Snow

I colored the image with Copics and used a scallop punch out to sponge my sky.  A few dabs of glitter glue on the snowflakes adds some bling.  A bit of lace and pearl trim to the side give this a feminine feel even though Mr. Snowman is decidedly manly in his top hat!  I stamped the sentiment with a bright blue ink and used a snowflake die cut to highlight it.  A bit of red ribbon and a black button add just a bit of color to the scene.  Here's the stamp set itself.  Isn't it just darling?
My second card is just a bit more bohemian.  I must say I think I might like celebrating Christmas on a beach somewhere...

I colored this scene with Copics also and added a soft sky blue at the top with ink and a sponge.  I used a postage stamp die cut and hand cut some stripes to add a faux postmark....
Here's the stamp set itself...

Don't forget to check out all the October Releases HERE.  And make sure to comment on all of the designer's blogs.  I know you NEED some more stamps right?  lol.... 

The Coasters (aka my design team sisters)

Lori  (YOU ARE HERE)* Sandee * Dawn * Lisa * Cindy * Julie

Thanks for stopping by!  {{hugs}}
Additional Supplies
Card 1
Paper - Bo Bunny Powder Mountain, Georgia Pacific, Bazzill, Neenah Solar Crest
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Danube Blue, Summer Sky; Copics - BG0000, BG000, 0, C7, C5< C3, C2, R27, R29, G28, G29, B39
Lace, Pearls, Offray Ribbon, Button, Diamond Stickles
Dies - Our Daily Bread Designs - Snowflake Dies
Card 2
 Paper - Georgia Pacific, Neenah Solar Crest, American Crafts
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Copics - E42, E55, W3, YG07, YG17, G07, YR07, YR18, Y15, Y17, Y38, R29, B28, B34, B37, B93
Dies - Spellbinders - Postage Stamps

Monday, October 14, 2013

SS280 ~ Blessings ~

Good morning!  So glad you stopped by for a moment!  Today I have another card using Our Daily Bread Designs' Autumn Blessings set.   And as I have so often this week, I started with a sketch....
the sketch from Sketch Saturday...
I used a couple of leaves I had colored and left over from another project.  I triple matted some DP (chocolate, pumpkin and vanilla colors).  I used a bit of DP from another project at the top and added a sentiment stamped and cut with a die on the corner.  I used a simple gold staple from my stash to add it.  Super easy!  I LOVE projects like that!  :-) 
Blessings to you and yours today...
Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Autumn Blessings
Die - Our Daily Bread Designs - Fall Leaves and Acorn Die

Papers - Bazzill, DCWV - The Pumpkin Patch Stack, MME - Stella & Rose - Mabel
Additional Dies - Spellbinders Office Supplies
Ink - Memento Espresso Truffle
Misc. - Gold Staples

Sunday, October 13, 2013

TSTR187 ~ A Fallen Leaf ~

Thanks so much for stopping by!  I hope this Lord's day finds you well!  Today I have a quick card to share using a sketch from this week's Shabby Tea Room challenge...

The leaves are from Our Daily Bread Designs' Autumn Blessings set.  Each was colored with Copics (E04, E35, YR07, YR23 and Y17) before cutting them out with the coordinating Fall Leaves and Acorn die.

If you look closely you will find a bit of corrugated cardboard I had in my stash...  Here's the sketch...

Thanks again for stopping by!  Stop back later this week as we showcase some of the new stamps from North Coast Creations.  I will also have a fun card to share for Word Art Wednesday and a look back at this months' Our Daily Bread Designs release.  It promises to be a fun and busy week!  Whew! 
The Shabby Tea Room - TSTR187
Through the Craftroom Door  - Anything Goes
Inspire Me Fridays #124
Simon Says Stamp - Use a Rubber or Clear Stamp

Papers - Bazzill, MME - Stella & Rose - Mabel, Neenah Solar Crest
Inks - Memento Tuxedo Black, Espresso Truffle, Copics
Dies - Spellbinders Classic Ovals Small

Saturday, October 12, 2013

MOJO314 ~ Stripes That Are Red ~

Good morning!  I have a new stamp to share today.  I used Our Daily Bread Designs' set, Candy Cane.  I even managed to find DP that resembles a candy cane!

Here's an image of the set...

I used this week's Mojo sketch as my starting off point.  I used red card stock for the base (4.25 x 5.5 inches) and white matting.  I then added the trimmed down candy cane striped DP.  A die cut doily is nestled on top with a red matted sentiment banner.  I stamped the verse from the Candy Cane set on white with a crisp black ink.  A die cut poinsettia and greenery replace the sentiment panel from the sketch.  A red Offray satin ribbon ties it all up nicely! 
Here's the sketch...
Thanks so much for stopping by!  Until next time...
Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Candy Cane 
Ink - Versafine Onyx Black
Papers - Bazzill, Georgia Pacific, My Mind's Eye - Merry Little Christmas
Dies - Our Daily Bread Designs - Fancy Foliage; Cherry Lynn Designs - French Pastry; Spellbinders - Layered Poinsettia
Misc. - Offray Ribbon

Friday, October 11, 2013

~ Golden Wreath ~

Happy Friday!  So excited that the weekend is here!  It's been a crazy busy week in the Ulrich household and I am looking forward to a few days of catching up around the house.  I am even excited to do laundry!  Yes...  someone needs to take my temperature!  lol
Today I have another simple Christmas card to share using Our Daily Bread Designs' Holly Wreath set.  I embossed the image with gold powder.

and here's the stamp set image...

I added some gold ribbon I had left over from another project and some jingle bells from my stash.  I can check another card off my list!  Thanks for stopping by!  Until next time...

Thursday, October 10, 2013

~ Autumn, October, Homemade Apple Pie ~

Yum!  I must say all of those things sound great...  particularly the homemade apple pie!  Maybe with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream on top?  :-)  This fun sentiment came out as the CTMH September stamp of the month.  I couldn't resist.  I can't wait to use this banner stamp to create a banner for an autumn framed photo! 
This time I opted to make a card...  a 5 x 7 gem...

The metal leaves came from a set I picked up at Michaels.  I thought about creating some sort of floral spray but decided it would cover up the sentiment too much.  This way if looks like the leaves are falling!  Just what you would see this time of year, right? 
Thanks for stopping by! 
Stamps - Close to My Heart - Poster Tidings
Ink - Close to My Heart - Saddle
Paper - The Paper Studio, Bazzill
Misc. - Momenta Metal

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

WAW101 ~ Isaiah 40:11 ~

Welcome!  It's time for another fabulous challenge at Word Art Wednesday.  

Check out the WAW site for all the details including this week's digital scripture image, how to link your creation AND info on our fabulous prizes! 
A special thank you to Verses Rubber Stamp Company 
 for providing our prize this week!
This week we feature a powerful verse from Isaiah, 40:11...

Yes, He does lead...  but the key?  We have to let go and let God... 

For this project I used

Paper - Bazzill, Georgia Pacific, The Paper Studio
Dies - Our Daily Bread Designs - Fall Leaves and Acorn
Blossom - The Paper Studio

Thanks for looking! 



Tuesday, October 8, 2013

~ Sparkling Snowflakes ~

Good morning!  Thanks for sharing a bit of your morning with me!  Today's card is a CAS project to honor this week's Splitcoast Featured Stamper. 
The card created with a rectangular mask...

I used a rectangular die to create my mask and secured it with removable tape to the Kraft layer.  I added Colorbox Mica Magic in Pearl and Colorbox Ink in Frost White with a craft sponge.  I then added just a hint of Memento Desert Sand to all of the edges.  For a final bit of pizzazz, I spritzed the entire area with Glimmer Mist in Dazzling Diamonds and let dry.  I removed the mask and stamped random snowflakes with Versafine Onyx Black on the card and traced the edge with a black marker.  I also used a paper piercer to add another "frame."  Finally, I added my sentiment in the bottom right corner and ONE layer.  Something I RARELY try!  So fun! 
Now here are the Our Daily Bread Designs products I used...
Thanks as always for stopping by and your sweet comments!  I appreciate it!  Stop back by tomorrow as I share another fun challenge from Word Art Wednesday. 

Monday, October 7, 2013

Happy Birthday Kelley!

Today is a very special day at Our Daily Bread Designs.  We are celebrating our fearless leader's birthday!  **Waving wildly from Kentucky** 
We try to sneak these blog hops on her but somehow she always seems to know!  It must be that Mother gene (you know the one that allows you to see out of the back of your head...) 
Anywho, here's to the best all around boss evah!  And might I mention fellow dog lover???  When my dear Saint Bernard Ike, passed on a few weeks ago, Kelley was burning up the computer.  She is a gem!  {{hugs girl}}
Now on to her very special card...

 I used a several of my favorite Our Daily Bread Designs sets including...



and the Fancy Foliage die set...


Thanks for stopping by and Happy Birthday Kelley! 
WE LOVE YA!!!!! 
Check out all the projects my sister sticks have created celebrating our Most Fabulous Boss Lady's Birthday! 
Kelley's Birthday Hop
1. Lisa Somerville  4. Silke Ledlow  7. Tosh Leyendekker  10. Sandee Shanabrough  
2. Grace Nywening  5. Chris Olsen  8. Michelle Laycock  11. Cathy McCauley  
3. Lori Ulrich  6. Angella Crockett  9. Dawn Lusk  12. Cheryl Scrivens 

Additional Products
Paper - Georgia Pacific, Recollections, Bazzill
Ink - Memento London Fog
Dies - Spellbinders Standard Circles Small, Petite Scalloped Circles Large
Misc. - Lace, Blossoms, Pearls by Recollections
Sketch Challenge - JUGS209

Surprise!!! It's Best Bunny!

There is something about Granny Apple Green that just brings a smile to my face!  When the first signs of Spring appear you are sure to see...