Friday, July 30, 2010

Pastel Sleigh Ride

Santa in a pink sleigh?    I think Mrs. Claus may like it better with all the pearls, bling and snowflakes. 

I sure had fun making a Christmas card in non-holiday colors.  I used the paper-piecing technique to do the sleigh, using some of my beloved Luxury Stack designer paper from DCWV.  I hoard that stuff.  The background stripes behind the sleigh layer are also from that stack.

My challenges today:
I had a hard time with that pin challenge.  I am concerned that the recipient of this card might hurt herself with the pointy end, as it is not covered.  (Guess that's just the mom in me)

Just so you can see what a difference lighting makes when taking your photos, check out this pic I took on our front porch with the morning sun:

Sure, there was plenty of light, but it's very shadowy and washed out.  I prefer the top photo, which was taken on my kitchen floor, near a window with morning sun coming in, and the overhead kitchen lights turned on.  Those overhead lights helped cast away some shadows.

Thanks for joining me today!

Happy Stamping,

Stamps:  Flourishes' Sleigh Ride
Ink:  Basic Black by SU (for sentiment), Memento Tuxedo Black (for images)
Paper:  Luxury Stack by DCWV, white by PTI
Punches:  snowflake by M. Stewart, scalloped border by SU
Other:  Big Shot, circle Spellbinders die, dimensionals, pearls, pin, Pretties Kit by SU (for the beads on the pin), Aleene's Tacky Glue (for the bow), retired SU ribbon, Bow Easy (bought here from Sharon Johnson's store), blue rhinestones, iridescent glitter, Zig 2-Way glue pen (for glittering)

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Summer Grapevine

I like grapevine motifs.  My bathroom and kitchen both have wallpaper borders with grapes on them.  They were my inspiration for this card.

I created a 'wall' behind the grapes using Sahara Sand paper, sprinkled with a background stamp from Itty Bitty Backgrounds, then used a Versamarker to create 'bricks'.  

My 12 YO doesn't like the white peeking out behind the grapes.  I did not want to stamp on Sahara Sand because it would affect the colors of the ink I chose.  I also tried using masking to help me layer images upon one another but I learned a lesson.  Do NOT create your mask out of cardstock.  It is too thick, sits up too high above your images, and won't let all the ink down to the paper where you want it to go.  Usually I use a sticky note.  Guess that's what I'll need next time, too.

This card meets a couple of challenges:
The envelope

The leaves in top left corner are popped up on dimensionals.
These grapes remind me of my husband's homemade wine.  Don't let those words scare you!  It is truly awesome stuff, using bonafide equipment from a home brew place.  He makes Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Merlot, and I can't remember what else.  It's ALL good!

Happy Stamping,

Stamps:  Gorgeous Grapevine (retired SU), Itty Bitty Backgrounds
Ink:  Perfect Plum, Elegant Eggplant, Bravo Burgundy, Vintage Violet, Old Olive, Always Artichoke, Soft Suede, Sahara Sand
Paper:  Sahara Sand, Whisper White
Other:  Stampamajig, dimensionals, sharp scissors

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

So goes the title of a famous Dr. Seuss book, which resides still on our bookshelf.  It is also the name of a challenge over at Splitcoaststampers. 

I took it literally and used fish AND red and blue.  I'm lovin' my Bizarro fish stamp.  Did you see my Fishy Father's Day card?  The stamp sat for 20 or so years in a drawer, and now it's seen ink on two cards within a couple of months of each other!  It definitely says "masculine" to me, and so this card fits another challenge over at Mark's Finest Papers. 

I'm not usually into things with patriotic colors (that has no effect whatsoever on my patriotism though).  But I kinda like how this turned out. 

Here are the challenges:
See the embossed 'ocean waves'?

My Late Summer Wreath card was mentioned today on the ColourQ Challenge blog by Arielle - Snappy Stamper.  I did not make it into the top Court, but hey, an honorable mention is just fine with me!

Thanks for joining me today.  Until next time...

Happy Stamping,

Stamps:  fish by Bizarro, Birthday Whimsy by Stampin' Up!
Paper:  Night of Navy, Whisper White, Riding Hood Red
Ink:  Night of Navy, Riding Hood Red, Basic Black
Other:  dimensionals, paper piercer, brads, Stampamajig, Big Shot, D'Vine Swirls embossing folder

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Dublin Door

Oooh, I just love the Playdate Cafe's color challenge this week!  
Neutrals like these really do appeal to me.  

I've had an idea for a card swirling in my head for a couple of months now, and finally it has come to life.  You know the famous Dublin Doors of Ireland?  Here's a poster to remind you:

The idea in my head was to create either a door on an elegant street, or a window on a sophisticated storefront.  The door won out, because of the Dublin theme.

The awning was easy, using a scalloped border punch.  I scored it near the top and attached Sticky Strip.  This gives it a good strong bond.  The awning just pops out on its own.  Even after being in an envelope, it should still pop back up.

The plants are DIY Topiaries by Flourishes.  Love that set.  I've had these colored and in a baggie for a while now, just waiting to be used.

The building facade is kraft paper with a stamp from Itty Bitty Backgrounds (SU!) covering it to give it a 'stucco' appearance.  Same with the sidewalk, only on Going Gray cardstock.  I drew in the sidewalk lines with a Copic marker.

The door took a little longer.  I had to measure once, then twice, to get all the panels approximately even.  It seemed to be missing something, so again I pulled out some cool gray Copic markers to give added dimension and shadow lines.

Close-up of door front.

This card meets requirements for these challenges:
I hope you enjoy my creation as much as I enjoyed finally getting to make it.  Thanks SO much for looking, and reading through this lengthy post!

Happy Stamping,

Stamps:  Itty Bitty Backgrounds (SU), DIY Topiaries (Flourishes)
Paper:  Going Gray, Basic Gray, Whisper White, kraft, Basic Black
Ink:  Sahara Sand, Memento Tuxedo Black
Punches:  Martha Stewart Double Scallop border
Other:  dimensionals, Copic markers, Sticky Strip, gold brad 

Friday, July 23, 2010

Souvenirs from the beach

Yesterday, my girls and I went down to the Jersey Shore; Sea Isle City, to be exact.  It is only an hour and twenty minutes from our house.  It was a glorious day, and quite hot, but thank goodness there was a strong breeze to help cool us off.  And I think it's always a good day at the beach if I don't see any jellyfish!

I have done no stamping today.  My sunburned back hurts and I just felt too pooped to do any crafting.  However, I wanted to show you the little treasures we brought back from the beach.

These are the assorted shells my 8 YO and I picked up.  We felt lucky to find a little conch shell (in the middle compartment of this vintage relish dish).  You don't see those often.

And here are Mom's little treasures...genuine sea glass.  Some pieces haven't been tumbled enough by the ocean yet to rid them of their shiny exteriors, but their edges were smooth enough to rub your fingers around.  One of the pieces - in the very center - is a pretty light lavender.  I have never found one of those before.

I hope to stamp again soon.  I can't wait to play at the Playdate Cafe - their challenge colors this week are so elegant, inspired by Dublin, Ireland (and there's no green in the mix!).  Check it out!

Happy Stamping,

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Crabby Birthday

Boy, I have been a stamping fiend these past few days!  When my mom was visiting, it was hard to find the time, but I have allowed myself free reign to stamp-stamp-stamp this week!

Tomorrow I am going to the beach with my girls, so there won't be time for crafting.

I've never played in the Color Throwdown Challenges before, so this is my first time.  Well, for that matter, I have never entered the other two sites' challenges before either!

The Color Throwdown Challenge #102 color palette:
I do not own Marina Mist yet, so I subbed a paper from Die Cuts With A View. 
Since this is a birthday card, it fits into two other challenges as well.
The inside of the card.

My 'crabby' card started out as a completely different card, in my mind.  I mean, there's no resemblance whatsoever to what I had pictured.  Ah well.  Sometimes the card takes you for a ride, instead of the other way around.  I still had fun, anyway!

Happy Stamping,

Stamps:  Crab & Company, Crazy for Cupcakes, Itty Bitty Background (for sand)
Ink:  Basic Black, StazOn black, Creamy Caramel (sand)
Paper:  Not Quite Navy, Wild Wasabi, unnamed DCWV blue, Whisper White, Creamy Caramel
Punches:  EK Success border, scalloped oval
Other:  Wasabi ribbon bit, Aleene's Tacky Glue, dimensionals, SU markers, blender pen

Inspired by an Ice Cream Ad

Okay, this goes to show you that inspiration for a card can truly be found anywhere!
Check out this magazine ad from Skinny Cow, the 100 calorie ice cream:

See those little birds near the bottom, with a heart over their heads?  I saw that and thought, "Bird Punch!"  I even tried to copy the colors, but adjusted them a little so I could play in a challenge.  :)

I chose the colors based on the EtsyInspired Challenge #97, "Mermaid's Tears Jewelry", a fabulous jewelry website using only real sea glass, which you can find here
The pieces of jewelry I was inspired by are these:

 Such soft, pastel shades on these pieces.  Sigh.

I think I will give this card to my hubby. He sure deserves a handmade card from me, just because - no occasion necessary.

Thanks for looking at my ice-cream-inspired card!

Happy Stamping,

Paper:  Almost Amethyst, So Saffron, Bashful Blue, Whisper White
Punches:  Heart to Heart, scalloped circle, extra large bird punch, two-hole punch, 1/4" circle, EK Success border
Other:  dimensionals, Big Shot, embossing folder (on scalloped circle), Zig 2-Way Glue Pen, pearls

Just Ducky Baby Card

This sketch is so easy, it's like cheating.  It works perfectly with stamps that are square shaped and small, like the Stampin' Up! retired set Love Notes.  

I needed some more baby cards to add to my stash, but didn't want to spend a lot of time on I made two of these in under an hour (that's speed-stamping in my book).

Red is not a color I gravitate toward, but I thought it would work nicely for a boy or girl card.  It also happens to fit into a challenge (!):

Yes, only one challenge for me today.  Well, at least for this post!

I'll be back with more later.  Can't wait to show you my next post and the inspiration piece it came from!!  (think 100-calorie ice cream)

Happy Stamping,

Stamps:  Dotted Background, Love Notes
Ink:  Real Red, Basic Black
Paper:  Only Orange, So Saffron, Real Red, Whisper White
Punches:  1 1/4" and 1 3/8" squares, Boho Blossoms, Martha flower
Other:  dimensionals, ribbon, SU markers, brad

Monday, July 19, 2010

Lost My Hat!

This cute little snowman lost his hat in the winter wind, but he doesn't look too bummed about it.  Maybe I could take a cue from his optimistic point of view!

When I was coloring his scarf, the red and green stripes reminded me of Freddy Krueger, the villain in the Nightmare On Elm Street movies.  Yikes.  I didn't mean to do that to the little fellow.

You'll be proud of me:  I have managed to pull together FOUR challenges for this card.  Whoo boy!  It takes me a long time to do it, but I can do it.  I still need more practice, though.

Splitcoaststampers' Free For All #21 - Snowflakes and Pearls (whoops, forgot the pearls)
Splitcoaststampers' Clean and Simple #76 - use ravengirl's sketch
Ooh La La Creations Challenge Blog #58 - Christmas in July
Fab n' Funky Challenges #31 - "It's....Christmas in July"

I could've easily added another challenge on SCS one called "Show Us What You Got", last week's challenge, but I could seriously use that one on almost every card I make!  I have waaaaay more supplies than I can use (we all do, right?  RIGHT?). 

In my last post, I shared what I picked up at a terrific Stampin' Up! sale, plus I had a shopping trip with my mom when she was visiting last week.  Some of my stamping friends said I'd better get to gettin' with my new stuff.  So on this card, these are the new things:
  • Scalloped Square Nestabilities by Spellbinders
  • Snow Buddies stamp set by Stampin' Up!
  • Snowflake punch
  • and though it's hard to see on the card base, the Polka Dot background stamp by SU!
See the sparkly snow and the crazy wind?

Well, this card took entirely too long to make today. I want to go swimming with my girls now. When I get a card idea in my mind and then sketch it, it looks like it'll take no time at all. WRONG. It usually takes me the better part of a day (add in some laundry, feeding the kids, petting the cat, general house stuff in between). I MUST try a quicker card next time!

Thanks for joining me today!  I appreciate it so much.

Happy Stamping,

Stamps:  Snow Buddies, Perfect Presentation, Polka Dot Background, Heard From The Heart
Paper:  Bashful Blue, Whisper White
Ink:  Basic Black, Always Artichoke, Real Red
Punches:  snowflake, 1" and 1/2" circles
Other:  dimensionals, heat gun, white embossing powder, SU markers, iridescent glitter

Friday, July 16, 2010

Milk Glass Compotes with Berries

I'm blushingJulie Ranae, owner of the blog, "Julie's Open Window", listed my blog as a "Newer Blog You Must See"!  It's on her right sidebar, and my blog is listed along with those of two of my blogging buddies, Emily Keaton and Andrea Ewen.   This makes me so happy!  Thank you, Julie!

For today's card, I feature strawberries once again.  Just a couple of posts ago, I used strawberries too.  Well, they are 'sweet'!

See the sugared strawberries?

Today's card meets three challenges:
  • EtsyInspired Challenge #96 - to choose something from the Etsy store Octavia & Brown.  I chose a set of milk glass compotes.

  • ColourQ Challenge #41 - using the color palette shown below
  • and Double Dutch Challenges DDC#47 - "Movie Madness" - create a card based on a movie.

That movie I was referring to?  It's called "Wild Strawberries" (1957), directed by Ingmar Bergman.  I had never heard of it before, but Googled 'movie title with strawberry in it' and there it was. 

My mom arrived safely back in Texas today.  We miss her very much.  :(
One way to beat the blues is shopping therapy.  This afternoon my girls and I visited a huge Stampin' Up! sale at my demonstrator's house.  I stocked up on cardstock colors that have been discontinued, and a bunch of other stuff.  Not too many stamps, though.  I am saving my money for an order from their new catalog.

Thanks for joining me today.  Hope your day is filled with yummy treats!

Happy Stamping,

Stamps:  Flourishes' Let Them Eat Cake and Strawberries
Paper:  Whisper White, Basic Black, Going Gray; Die Cut With a View's Nana's Kids (strawberries)
Ink:  Basic Black
Other:  Spellbinders' Oval Scalloped Nesties, dimensionals, craft knife

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Oh Christmas Tree

Wow - two cards in one day, with a refreshing swim in the pool in between!  I really feel accomplished!

This holiday card fits into three challenges:
On top of that, I was completely inspired by this lovely table runner sold by Terry's Village.  I tried to copy the photo of it so I could present it to you here, but it wouldn't let me.  I'm sure someone with better computer skills could make it work.  :) 

First I gold-embossed my "star"(a snowflake from the Serene Snowflakes set) for the top of the tree.  Then a slim strip of Close to Cocoa became the tree trunk.  My branches are from the Extra Large Bird Punch (so glad I bought that) on Mellow Moss and ivory cardstock.  I glued down those branches with a Zig 2-Way Glue Pen. 

That's it!  It took a while to punch and glue, but otherwise it's a pretty uncomplicated card.

Hope you've been inspired to get that Bird punch out and try something new.
Thanks for joining me.  :)

Happy Stamping,

Stamps:  Serene Snowflakes (Stampin' Up!)
Paper:  Bravo Burgundy, Mellow Moss, Close to Cocoa, ivory
Ink:  Versamark
Punches:  Extra Large Bird
Other:  gold embossing powder, heat gun, Zig 2-Way Glue Pen

A Peaceful Village

I'm playing in some challenges today, three to be exact.  This is something I am not used to.  I am accustomed to trying one challenge at a time, but I'm trying to up the ante for myself. 
Here is my Peaceful Village:

And these are the challenges it was created for:
Playdate Cafe Challenge PDCC38 - to use the colors purple, lilac and lime green

AND Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge Blog #33 - to use 7 of anything (the clouds).

Do you like my mulch around the trees, seen in the close-up shot? I used one of the flowers from the Boho Blossoms punch and cut it in half. Originally I picked green cardstock for that, then decided it would stand out more in brown. And thus it became mulch!

I used another one of the flowers from Boho Blossoms as 'bushes' behind the picket fence punch.

My mom is still here visiting from Texas but she goes home tomorrow. Today our plans include hanging out by my pool, and ordering hoagies for lunch (in other regions, these sandwiches are known as 'subs'). My mom ADORES them, but they don't make 'em in Houston like they do in the Philadelphia area!

Thanks for visiting with me today. I really appreciate it!

Happy Stamping,
Stamps: Good Neighbors by Stampin' Up!
Paper: Garden Green, Whisper White, Green Galore
Ink: Basic Black, Lavender Lace, Elegant Eggplant, Garden Green, Lovely Lilac
Punches: Picket Fence by Martha Stewart, Boho Blossoms, dimensionals, sponge

Monday, July 12, 2010

Basket of Berries

Nothing says 'summer' to me like a basket or bowl of fresh berries.  Strawberries that may look red in the market in the winter rarely taste very flavorful.  But right now, things are yummy!
I've been dying to use strawberries on a card for FOREVER.  Here is my first:

I created this strawberry card for several challenges:
  • Splitcoaststampers' Clean and Simple #75 - dry embossing (look at the white strips on the card; they are Martha Stewart stickers that are already embossed)
  • SCS Free For All #20 - "Show Us What You Got" - use any products you have that have not been used/opened before (my Flourishes' Strawberries set is new-to-me; so are the MS stickers)
  • Flourishes' "What's Cookin'?" - create a card that includes reference to your favorite recipe (mine is the Strawberry-Spinach Salad; recipe listed further down this post)
  • Repeat Impressions Sketch Challenge J3010 - using the sketch here:
Of course, I have turned this sketch on its side for my card.

A close-up of the dry-embossed white stickers.  Aren't they elegant?  I wish I had bought more last summer!

Since my mom is visiting with us this week from Houston, Texas, I haven't had much time for stamping.  I swear I felt like I was in withdrawal!  Today we took it easy and 'Mom-mom' played with my two girls for a while so I could stamp.  She's such an understanding mother!

Helpful Hint:
Because I didn't want to take away too much time from being with my mom, I relied upon one of my "tricks" to help me make the strawberry card.  I dug into my bag of colored images and decided upon the berries.  Sometimes I just feel like coloring, so I set aside a half hour or so and stamp a bunch of different images on white cardstock scraps.  When I get time, I use my Copic markers or Stampin' Up! water-based markers and color away.  That makes stamping sooooo much easier if you are pressed for time!

Thanks for joining me today.  I hope I get to stamp again while Mom is here, but we'll just have to see how our schedule goes. 

Happy Stamping,

Stamps:  Flourishes' Strawberries
Ink:  Basic Black, Memento Tuxedo Black (for images that will be colored)
Paper:  Pink Pirhouette, Whisper White, Kraft, designer paper from Die Cut With a View 'Nana's Kids'
Other:  dimensionals, Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Martha Stewart embossed stickers, Copic markers

Strawberry-Spinach Salad
12 oz. fresh spinach
1 pint fresh strawberries, rinsed & hulled
1/2 cup sliced almonds, toasted
1 c. granulated sugar
1/2 c. sesame seeds
2 tsp. poppy seeds
1 minced shallot
2 teaspoons worcestershire
1/4 tsp. paprika
1/2 c. cider vinegar
2 c. extra virgin olive oil

For the dressing:
Combine first 7 ingredients in a blender.  Begin pureeing ingredients at a medium speed while slowly adding the olive oil in a steady stream until oil is incorporated.  Toss dressing with salad and serve immediately.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

My Crafty Kids

I like it when my kids want to stamp with me.
Last week, my girls decided against playing in any challenges and just wanted to do whatever their hearts desired.

My 12-year-old came up with this scenic card:
It's a depiction of what her storefront will look like when she is a famous fashion designer someday. She used a topiary stamp from Close to My Heart, and an umbrella from SU's Blooming with Happiness. Everything else she drew or punched.
And my 8-year-old created a serene, "thinking of you" card.
She used a couple of my beloved Anna Griffin stamps and a Stampin' Up! set, too. When I told her that crowns are a popular image right now, she said, "Oooh, I can't wait to see how many comments I get!" She's as addicted to comments on the blog and Splitcoaststampers as her mommy is. :)
Thanks so much for stopping by to look at my kids' cards. I really appreciate it!

Happy Stamping,


After creating my last card, the punched-Christmas-tree, I knew I wanted to do something similar, but for a wedding or other very special occasion. The timing was perfect for the Splitcoaststampers' challenge, Clean And Simple (CAS) #74, titled, "Celebrations." The challenge is to be inspired by any of the cakes by Carrie's Cakes. Even though this card took a little while to make, I think it still looks CAS.

I do have something to celebrate: my blog has over 1,000 hits! I know there are other blogs with hits in the millions (oh my), but I'm tickled pink that my little ol' blog has 1,000+!
Thank you so much for visiting me. :)

Back to this inspiration challenge. Look at this pretty confection.
And below is my interpretation:

It's hard to see in the photo (boy, do I have lighting issues...pretty soon I've got to do something about that), but I used a lattice Texturz Plate from Stampin' Up! on the white layer behind the cake. In real life it looks very lovely. Just imagine it. :)

The cake stand is from Flourishes' Let Them Eat Cake, a great set if you ask me. Other than that, I think it looks pretty simple to dissect. If you have any questions about it though, don't hesitate to ask me!
Happy Stamping,

Stamps: Let Them Eat Cake by Flourishes
Ink: Basic Black
Paper: Pink Pirhouette, Mellow Moss, Whisper White, PTI white (for card base; it's much sturdier), Blush Blossom, Pretty in Pink
Punches: Doily Lace by Martha Stewart, Boho Blossoms by SU
Other: dimensionals, Big Shot, Texturz Plate, white brads from JoAnn's

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Christmas in July

Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Mine was super-busy and exhausting. I worked Friday night, Saturday night and Sunday at the local grocery store where I cashier part-time. Boy, were we busy. At home, my husband and I are re-doing our dining room, and wallpaper had to be stripped.

I did not have a moment for stamping, so thank goodness I made this card last week.

My Christmas tree card was designed to fit three challenges:
- Stamp Simply Challenge #146 - Star Light, Star Bright - to use stars
- SCS Free For All #19 - to use a gold star
- Flourishes' FTTC74, Christmas in July
I did not have time to gold-emboss the star on the top of my tree as I would have liked, so I used a "golden" shade of yellow. Hope that's not cheating!
To create my tree, I embossed a piece of Mellow Moss cardstock with a Big Shot and the Petals-A-Plenty folder. Cut pieces that are 1/2" wide, length doesn't matter yet, and use a border punch on them all. Then cut the embossed, punched strips at the following dimensions:
1 7/16"
1 7/8"
2 3/8"
2 3/4"
The trunk was stamped in chocolate ink with a cake layer from the Flourishes set, "Let Them Eat Cake".
One down for the holiday card stash!
Happy Stamping,

Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes, star from Patterned Pines (both SU)
Paper: Riding Hood Red, Whisper White, Mellow Moss
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Summer Sun
Punches: border by Martha Stewart
Other: dimensionals, Petals-A-Plenty embossing folder, Big Shot, Stampamajig, Mellow Moss and Ruby Red SU markers

Friday, July 2, 2010

Butterfly Garden Revisited

Blogger is being goofy.  I can't seem to get this post to look "right"!

I'm playing in The Shabby Team Room's challenge for the very first time, and challenge #16 is called "Popsicles and Pinwheels". We were to use this inspiration photo here, and use the colors of turquoise, bright green and hot pink.

My creative 'mojo' wasn't chugging along as I would have liked, so I re-created a card I had made earlier this year called "Butterfly Garden."
A few things I've changed:
* the color scheme, obviously
* added some grass behind the fence
* added a circle with sentiment nestled among the butterflies

I made two different versions of this card. One contains three large butterflies; one contains only two. My 12-year old daughter's opinion favors the card with only two large butterflies. "The other one is too busy, Mom," she said.

Happy Stamping,


All supplies by Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted:
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink: Basic Black
Paper: Melon Mambo, Pink Passion, Tempting Turquoise, Whisper White, green by DCWV
Punches: picket fence by Martha Stewart, 3/4" circle
Other: dimensionals, Big Shot, Beautiful Wings embosslit, Elegant Bouquet embossing folder, Bigz Die Circles, Scallops #2, markers

The sentiment spot was created with a 3/4" circle punch and one of the stamps from Teeny Tiny Wishes that officially says, "just for you." I inked up only the last two words with a black SU marker. It seemed too plain as-is, so I added dots around the circle with Pixie Pink and Temptimg Turquoise SU markers.
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