Monday, January 30, 2012

3 x 3 Valentine

Wow! Can you believe it's almost February?

It's Monday so that means it's Challenge Me Monday at Fantabulous Cricut.  Our challenge this week is to create a 3 x 3 Valentine.  OH MY - I don't often do square OR small, so this challenge was a fun one for me.  Also, several of us on the design team received products from this week's sponsor,
to use with our creation.  I received Emma's stamp set, Classroom Valentines.  Each sentiment is circular with a cute image to stamp in the middle.  The middle stamps are separate so it's easy to change colors.
Here's my design:

I thought this paper from the DCWV All About Boys stack was the perfect companion for the stamp.  The square and heart layers were cut from George and Basic Shapes.

After looking at the card, I decided it would also make a cute lollipop holder so I cut and 3 x 7 piece of cardstock, scored on the long side at 3", 6" and 6.5".  I punched a small hole for the sucker stick, inserted the Carmel Apple sucker (yum!) and then taped it closed.

So, if you're not into small, square cards, you might want to try a lollipop holder.

You can play along with our challenge by linking up the the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Me Monday post. Be sure to use a Cricut cut.   Also there is a Design Team Call so be sure to read about it and consider applying.  FCCB has a wonderful group of designers and a FANTABULOUS leader in Robin.

NOTICE:  BrendaB - your name was selected as my blog candy winner from the Cards for Kids blog hop.  You didn't leave a way for me to contact you.  You have until Friday to send your contact information to lsuesart at aol dot com.  If any of you know BrendaB, please pass this on.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Let Your Dreams Take Flight

I hope you're having a wonderful Sunday.  I'm thinking about going to the movies to see "Joyful Noise."  My daughter saw it and said it was just delightful.  The audience clapped at the end.  I'm all for a "feel good" movie right now.

Today is my design team day for Getting Cricky's Simply Sunday Challenge. Our theme for the challenge is Fantasy.  We're thinking mermaids, fairies, make believe, and the like.

This little Tink is actually a sticker!  I think the Tinkerbell cartridge has a very similar cut, but how easy was this!  I've been hanging on to the yummy purple sparkly paper, but I knew it was the perfect background for Tink.
The sentiment if from Kristal's Winged Things set.  Here is a preview of the set:

As you can see, I combined 3 of the stamps to create the sentiment I wanted ("Let your", "Dreams", "take flight").  That's the exciting thing about the K Andrew Designs stamps - you can customize them to meet your designing needs.  You'll find all of Kristal's stamps HERE.  And remember, different charities benefit from every stamps set sold.

Head on over to Getting Cricky to see the other design team member's Fantasy creations and then link your own design to the post.  You'll have two weeks to complete your project.  We'd love to see your creation.

Thanks for stopping by.  Have a lovely day.
Hugs and Happy Crafting,


Friday, January 27, 2012

Birthday Surprises and Blog Hop Winner

Saturday is my daughter's birthday.  Even though she's been away from home for almost 16 years, I still love to send her surprises for the holidays and especially her birthday.  I created a few things to help her celebrate.

First, I made her a birthday banner.  I cut the banner pieces and the letters from Birthday Bash.  The dimensional flowers on each end are from Flower Shoppe.  The silver patterned paper is more of the custom designed Neenah cardstock that I get at The Paper Garden Boutique in Sacramento.

Next, I made her a gift card wallet using the same papers.

Finally, using an idea I saw on Pinterest, I made her a personalized monogram shadow box.  The last name is cut from silver and black vinyl and adhered to the outside.  The corners are from Paper Trimmings.  I welded the monogram letters using my Gypsy and also cut the red letters separately.  The font is from Art Nouveau.  I used foam dimensionals to pop the monogram off of the background paper.

And now for my Cards for Kids Valentine's Day blog candy winner.
There were 26 comments and selected comment #11
Please contact me at lsuesart @ aol . com (no spaces).  You'll have until next Friday to get me your mailing information.

Thanks to everyone for hopping along.  Remember you have until February 7 to link and mail your entry.  You can be a part of bringing a smile to the face of a deserving child.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Love You Larry

Just a reminder:  you have until tonight (Thursday) at 9:00 PST to comment on the Cards for Kids Valentine's Day Blog Hop to be eligible for the drawing for my blog candy.  You'll find the link

Our Delightful Challenges theme is also an "Anything BUT a Card" challenge.  After making so many cards during the holidays, I think we're all excited to create something a little different.  For today's challenge I made a Valentine bag.  I remember how much my kinders and first graders looked forward to exchanging Valentine cards and they especially loved making the sacks for them to be placed in.

My Digital Delights by Louby Loo image is Love You Larry.  Larry and Lara Ladybug are two of my favorite images from Digital Delights.  You can find the image HERE.
The papers are from Bazzill Basics and KI.  I added a doily and popped the Copic colored image with foam dimensionals.  I added Glossy Accents to his hearts and cheeks.

Here's a close-up of the image

and the tule bow with the stamped sentiment from the K Andrew Designs It's Valentines set on two scallop punch hearts.

You can play along with our challenge.  You do not need to use a Digital Delights image, but if you do you can add your entry twice.  Just link your project to the Delightful Challenges post.

This week's sponsor is

I'm going to enter this project in the Heart Song Inspirations "red and white" challenge.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

"Anything But a Card" at Cooking with Cricut

If you'd still like to join in the Cards for Kids Valentine's Day Blog Hop, click HERE.
My blog candy winner will be posted on Friday so you have until 9:00 pm PST on Thursday to add your comment.

It's Wednesday and my design team day at Cooking with Cricut.  This week our designers/ hostesses chose a fun challenge - Anything but a Card and use polka dots and the color yellow.  If you've been in the Valentine mode, this makes you think differently or at least outside the box.  And speaking of box, that's what I chose instead of a card.

This is the heart box from Tags, Bags, Boxes, and More.  OK, I am still in the Valentine mode, but I did find yellow and polka dots.  Sometimes it pays to have as much patterned paper as I have LOL!
The tag was punched and I added the sentiment using the monogram feature on A Child's Year (I actually used the inside of the cut).  I added a doily, a bow, and a few Gel Pen dots and that's it.  A quick and easy treat box.

Click HERE to see what the other design team members created for this challenge.
You can play along with us at Cooking with Cricut.  Just link up your project.  Remember, anything but a card, use a Cricut cut somewhere on your design, and incorporate yellow and polka dots. 

And don't forget that you can still leave a comment for the Cards for Kids blog hop and be entered into my blog candy drawing.  You have until 9:00 p m PST on Thursday.  My winner will be announced Friday, January 27th.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Cards for Kids Valentine's Day Blog Hop

Hello all my Bloggie Friends and welcome to the
Cards for Kids Valentine's Day Blog Hop!

If you have come from Kate's blog you're in the right place.  If you just stopped by my blog and would like to hop along, please go to Faith Abigail's blog and start at the beginning.

Valentine's Day is the perfect time to show someone how much you love them.  The purpose for this blog hop is to send a little love to those that need it most!  Each of us has created a Valentine's Day card to be given to an ill child and we're asking YOU to do the same.  Simply create a Valentine card, link it to Faith Abigail's blog, and then mail it to:
Faith Abigail
10621 Fuller Ridge Circle
Charlotte, NC 28270

The link will be open until February 7, 12:00 am EST.
On February 10th, all of the cards that have been received will be donated to a local children's hospital.  Please include a small message inside your card.  Envelopes are not necessary.

Now, what would a blog hop be without prizes?  We have some amazing prizes donated by some very talented and generous women.  And, there are lots of ways to win!

Kristal Andrew of Getting Cricky with K Andrew has donated one of her great Valentine Stamp sets.

Nicole of The Twinery has donated The Ultimate Color Sampler Pack featuring fourteen gorgeous colors of twine.

Monique Griffith of Monique Griffith Designs has generously donated FIVE of her fantastic Cricut Kits: The Simple Life, Toy Story, The Stampede, Mom and Me, and Catch a Wave.
All winners will be chosen by Random.Org.  In order to win you must:

  -  Be a follower of Faith Abigail Designs  (one entry)
  -  Like Faith Abigail Designs on Facebook  (one entry)
  -  Leave a comment on this blog post  (one entry)
  -  Leave a comment on each designer's blog post (one entry for each)
  -  Post about this blog hop on your blog, website, or Facebook and then link back to Faith Abigail    (one entry each)
  -  Create a Valentine's Day card, link it to Faith Abigail's post and mail it the address above.  You may create, link, and mail as many cards as you'd like  (TWO entries for each card submitted)

And now to my project:

I just love this My Mind's Eye double-sided paper and this cute little stamp that my BFF picked up for me.  I used Copic Markers and Stickles on the stamp.  I hope this will be a smile to a child.

Along with the wonderful prizes being offered by our sponsors, I'm offering an assortment of embellishments and a K Andrew Designs mini Valentine stamp.  All you have to do is leave a comment (which will also count as one entry for the sponsor's drawing).  I'm not requiring you to become a follower or place my blog button on your sidebar, but I would be thrilled if you chose to do so.
I'll post the winner on Friday's blog. 

Thank you for visiting and looking at my Cards for Kids Valentine's Day card.  Please continue to our next designer, Lisa  to see the wonderful creation she has to share.  She's an amazing designer!

Here's a list of all of the participants to help you along or you can return to Faith Abigail Designs to start from the beginning.

Amy @  having computer problems, post will be late

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Monday, January 23, 2012

Hats Off to You!

Happy Monday!  I hope this week will be a great one for you.
To those of you who left comments during the U R So Sweet Blog Hop, thank you! I know you saw some terrific projects and got lots of sweet inspiration.  You'll find the WINNER of my Blog Candy at the bottom of this post.

First, I'd like to share another card for my Getting Cricky design team post and using Kristal's Fashionable Friends stamp set.  I know you've seen a week's worth of projects using these stamps, but this one may surprise you because it's a masculine card.
All of the cuts are from the Cricut Old West cartridge.  I did a lot of inking to give dimension to the cuts.  I think the looped Baker's Twine makes a great embellishment for this western-themed card.  The background paper is not embossed.  This is the actual paper.  Neat, huh?

You can see all of the K Andrew Design stamp sets HERE.

And now for my blog candy winner.  I received  27 comments.  Two commentors placed my blog button on their sidebars, so they each got two additonal chances.  The Random.Org Number Generator selected comment #9 and that person is:

**Melissa - Sunshine Honey Bee**
Congratulations, Melissa. I always appreciate the sweet comments you leave.  Please contact me so that I can get your blog candy in the mail.

Please come back tomorrow for a very special Blog Hop.

Faith-Abigail is sponsoring the Cards for Kids Valentine's Day Blog Hop.
All of the participants have created Valentine cards for kids which will be mailed to Faith-Abigail and then delivered to a Children's Hospital. 

The unique thing about this hop is that it's also a challenge.  Faith-Abigail is asking you to link up a card and also mail it to her so that the hospital will have lots of cards to distribute.

And, we have three wonderful prizes offered by our generous sponsors:
K Andrew Designs Art Stamps
Monique Griffith Designs
The Twinery

Until tomorrow.
Hugs and Happy Crafting

Friday, January 20, 2012

Getting Cricky" U R So Sweet" Blog Hop

Welcome to the "U R SO SWEET" Getting Cricky Blog Hop!!
I am so happy to be a part of this month's Getting Cricky Design Team Blog Hop!!  This month's hop is EXTRA SPECIAL. All week long, the Design Team has been featuring many of Kristal's stamp sets in anticipation of the hop...  If you've missed out on any of the week, be sure to check out my previous posts or click HERE and scroll down for links to all of the Design Team members' promotion week posts.
If you've joined me from Jamie's My Amusing Life, then you are in the right place!! If you just stopped in to visit my blog and want to hop along, please be sure to CLICK HERE to start at the beginning with Kristal's blog (you'll want to catch up on all the FUN!!)...

Each of Kristal's stamp sets benefit charity. At least $1 per stamp set goes to benefit the charity noted on the stamp set package. Kristal is donating to the following charities: Cancer Angels, Storefront Shelter for Homeless Children, Intrepid & Fallen Heroes, E. Glaser Pediatric AIDS  Foundation, Doorways Shelter for Women & Children (Domestic Violence), Wayside House for Women, Camp Good Days & Special Times, Adopt a Classroom, and Autism Research Institute. Kristal will donate $1 for every stamp set sold, retail or wholesale to the charity noted; and over time believes this will add up to some wonderful miracles for these special people. So you can feel good that each time you purchase a K Andrew Designs art stamp set, someone around the country is receiving some good help!

K Andrew's stamps are all made and assembled here in the USA, which is very important to Kristal. This ensures all product materials are safe and that jobs are being provided and maintained here in America.  You can learn even more about Kristal's stamps (and pick some up for yourself) by visiting her online store: K Andrew Designs.

Now for my Sweet project:

Each pair of hearts has a Dove chocolate in between - I don't think you can get much sweeter than Dove chocolate!  Unless you add the sweet stamps from three of Kristal's sets. 

All during Stamp Promotion Week, I featured projects using the
Fashionable Friends set.  For this project, I again used Fashionable Friends but also included images from two of Kristal's newest sets, It's Valentines and I Heart You.

Here is a preview of all three sets:

K Andrew Designs

Now for some exciting news!  I you spend $25 on stamps, you get the Mini Heart Bonus Set
FREE!  And, if you use this code, larelynfreeship, when checking out, you'll also get
FREE SHIPPING.  Woohoo - you don't want to miss out.
All of the stamp sets can be purchased HERE.

K Andrew Designs

 Finally - whew, there's just so much to share - BLOG CANDY!!!! 

I will use Random.Org to select one name from those of you kind enough to leave a comment.  That person will win a new Martha Stewart Stamp Around the Page Stamp set which includes 6 templates with stamps, the MS stamp base, and a set of ink pads.  This set is the perfect background for Kristal's sentiments.  Please include a way for me to contact you.  AND, if you want more chances to win, here's how:  for each person who adds my blog button to their sidebar (just tell me in the comment that you did so), I'll enter your name 3 times!

What more can I say?  U R So Sweet for joining us.  I hope you're having fun and getting lots of inspiring ideas.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Now you can hop on over to your next stop: 
Letillia, Diva of 5

Getting Cricky Blog Hop


Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Time for Tea

It's time for another Delightful Challenge.  This week's challenge is about creating something using a vintage or distressed style.  Well, vintage usually takes me out of my comfort zone, but the image I chose from Digital Delights by Louby Lou is so sweet that it wasn't difficult to create this look to showcase it.

The image is Tea Time with Boo Boo Bear and it's colored with Copic Markers.  I used K&Company papers and added pearls, tule, organdy ribbon, a doily and a Prima flower colored with Copics to match the colors used on my image. I inked all the paper edges and the doily with Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Barn Door and Vintage Photol) and also did a little tearing to add to the vintage feel.

You can find this image at Digital Delights by Louby Loo.  You'll also see Wendy's newest Valentine Toppers.  I created this cute little "Kiss" holder using  the Angel Donita topper. 

To see more designs using the Valentine Toppers Set, click HERE.

If you'd like to enter our Vintage/Distressed challenge, just link your project  to Delightful Challenges. We'd love to see your creations.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Ta - Ta!

Sometimes a simple sentiment is the perfect sentiment. 

 Today I'm sharing my 4th card in the Getting Cricky / K Andrew Designs Promotion Week featuring my choice of stamp sets, Fashionable Friends.
For those of you who like the CAS style, this one's for you!  A stamped image, an embossed and sanded mat, two jewels, the perfect sentiment, and call it done!

Don't forget that you can purchase ANY of the K Andrew Design stamps and receive free shipping just by entering this code:  larelynfreeship

If you click HERE, it will take you to the Getting Cricky post with all the DT links (scroll down to Simply Sunday Challenge) so that you can see even more designs using the different K Andrew Design stamps.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Featuring "Fashionable Friends" Day 3 (and a winner)

So, have I convinced you yet?  This is such a great stamp set and so much fun!  I love this image from Forever Young and think it's just right for the sentiment. 

Why don't you head over toK Andrew Designs and see all the stamp sets available.  The newest Valentine sets are ready for preorder along with the two newest sets: All About Animals and In the Family.  For me, they are all "must haves!"  If you use this code at checkout, you'll receive free shipping - larelynfreeship.
Here are two of the sets ready for pre-order

Tomorrow I'll share the previews of the Valentine sets.

Don't forget that our Promotion Week will end with Getting Cricky's U R So Sweet Blog Hop.  Each designer will be featuring her promotion week set using a Valentine theme so I'm sure you'll get lots of ideas and inspiration.

And now - my blog candy Winner, Winner!!
Commentor #4 (selected by
Carolina Girl (Cely).  As soon as I receive your mailing address, I'll be sending out your goodies.

Thanks to everyone who joined in the Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue blog hop and took the time to leave such kind and encouraging comments.
I'll see you tomorrow with another card using stamps from Fashionable Friends.
Until then,
Hugs and Happy Crafting

Monday, January 16, 2012

You are Snow Delightful!

I have two designs to share with you today. 
It's Challenge Me Monday #94 at Fantabulous Cricut.  Our theme is "Snow Fun."  The design must have a Cricut cut and include a snowflake.  I used George for the circles which surround my Hero Arts penquin.  Cricut cartridges have many choices for snowflakes, but I chose the one from Graphically Speaking.  The sentiment is a combination from two of K Andrew Designs sets, "Food for Thought" and "Winter Wishes."

You can play along by linking your Snow Fun design to our Challenge Me Monday link.  Don't forget to use a Cricut cut and include a snowflake.

Now for my Day 2 design for the Getting Cricky / K Andrew Designs Promotion Week.
Here's another card using a sentiment from the "Fashionable Friends" set. I stated yesterday that this set is more than just a "girly" set.  This sentiment shows that versatility.  It's a simple card, but would definitely make someone feel that you cared.

That's it for today.  I hope you'll visit Fantabulous Cricut to see the other designers' interpretation of the "Snow Fun" theme and then take a look at all the wonderful stamp sets available at

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Sunday, January 15, 2012

It's K Andrew Designs Promotion Week!

If you'd like to visit Cooking with Cricut / Paper Crafting World's Blog Hop - Day 2 - click HERE.

Good Morning and welcome to Stamp Set Promotion Week for K Andrew Designs and Getting Cricky.  Next Friday is Getting Cricky with K Andrew's monthly "3rd Friday Blog Hop" and the design team members thought it would be fun to each take a stamp set and feature one creation a day using the set we chose - all leading up to our U R So Sweet Blog Hop that begins Friday night at 9:00 Eastern.

I've chosen to feature the Fashionable Friends set.  Each day, I will show you a design using a sentiment from the set.  I thought it was going to be just a "girly" set, but I've discovered just how versatile it is as you'll see throughout the week.  Here is a view of the stamp set:
and here is my first card:

I just love Kristal's stamp sets.  They are so perfect for the cardmaker.  As I said before, many of the sets have mix and match words and phrases so the sentiment possibilities are many.  And don't forget that selected charities benefit from each set sold.  This stamp set supports Cancer Angels.  You can find all of Kristal's stamp sets HERE.

Tomorrow is Challenge Me Monday at Fantabulous Cricut.  Not only will I feature my DT card (using a Cricut cut AND a K Andrew Designs stamp), but I'll have another card featuring another Fashionable Friends sentiment.  I hope you'll be back.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Something Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue Blog Hop

Welcome to Day One of PaperCraftingWorld / CookingWith Cricut's first Blog Hop of 2012! Our theme is: “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue!”

If you have arrived here from Jill's blog - Jaihartjustlovelydesigns- you’re in the right place! If you just stopped by my blog and now want to hop along, head on over to see Melin at Cooking with Cricut and start at the beginning so you don’t miss any of the wonderful projects my fellow designers have created!

To go along with the theme, the Design Teams had to use something old from their craft stash, something new (a recent purchase or new technique), something borrowed (an element from a Cricut cut or from a cutting file or digi stamp) and of course, something blue.

Here is what I came up with . . .

My something old is all the paper - I used Tim Holtz and K& Company stacks that I've had on hand for quite awhile. My new items? The die cut heart is a Memory Box die that I just got and the stamped image is from one of my newest K Andrew Designs sets, Positive Thoughts.  I borrowed the leaves from the Sophie cartridge to go with my Art Philosophy rose.  And I guess you can tell what's blue!

I'm so glad you joined our hop today and to show my thanks, I'm offering some surprise goodies to one name randomly selected from those of you that are kind enough to leave a comment.  Be sure you let me know how best to contact you.  I will post the winner's name next Tuesday.   

Now head on over to Jen’s blog, -Musings of a Crafty Mom -  and see what she’s created!

Make sure you check in tomorrow at Cooking with Cricut and see what the Day Two Designers have cooked up! 

Melin –
Heather –
Yolie –
Celeste –
Debbie –
Charlotte –
Linda –
Jill --
Larelyn –
Jen –

Melin –
Court –
Evelyn –
Michelle –
Mindy –
Felicia –
Madison –
Nita –
Angie –
Jen –

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

We Go Together

Woohoo!  It's time to share the newest images being released at Digital Delights by Louby Loo.
Wendy has designed all of the new images around the 50's theme - so much fun (and, yes, I owned a poodle skirt!).  I'd like to introduce you to Dazzling Sue.  Her poodle is one of the many images in the 50's Music Set and the sentiment and the radio is from the 50's Sentiment Set. Be sure to visit the Delightful Challenges blog to see all the images presented by the design team.  I'm sure this release will be on your "gotta have" list! 
The background paper is from DCWV and Recollections.  I used the Allegro embossing folder and added silver accents using the Reminisce silver pen.  I colored the images with Copics.

I would love to have you join in this week's challenge.  We're asking you to create something using pink, black, and silver.  Just link up your design HERE for a chance to win a gift certificate from

Be sure to join me on Saturday for the Paper Crafting World/Cooking with Cricut blog hop.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Many Thanks

Good Morning.  Today is my design team day for Cooking With Cricut.  For the next two months, different pairs of design team members are selecting the challenges.  For today's challenge, we were asked to create something inspired by this photo.

Here's my card using paper from my stash and the "Many Thanks" cut from the Phrases cart.

I felt that an organdy ribbon was all that was needed to finish the card.

You can join our challenge at Cooking with Cricut.  Just look at the picture and decide what about it inspires you.  As you can see, I was most inspired by the pristine white of the snow and the gorgeous blue of the lake.  Come on over and share your inspiration too.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Hello Friend

Good Morning.  It's time to share a Getting Cricky design team card made with the fabulous stamps from K Andrew Designs.
I've shared before how amazing Kristal's stamp sets are - they stamp so cleanly and so many of them are mix and match.  Also, with each stamp set sold, a donation is made to charity.

Today's card is also being entered in the CAS-ual Fridays' Chip off the Ol Block challenge.  Along with keeping the card "clean and simple", we were asked to include something made of chip board.  This chipboard tag stamped with a sentiment from the Fashionable Friends set and accented with twine fills the bill.  The patterned paper is Neenah cardstock made exclusively for my favorite stamping boutique, The Paper Garden. 

I hope to see you tomorrow for my Cooking with Cricut design team post and again Thursday for the newest images being released by Digital Delights by Louby Loo.

Also, I have some blog hops coming up.  Cooking with Cricut is sponsoring a Something Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue blog hop this Friday and Saturday.  Getting Cricky will sponsor the 3rd Friday Blog hop starting on Friday, January 20 going through Saturday, and Faith Abigail is sponsoring a Cards for Kids blog hop on January 24 - this is a special hop to gather Valentine cards to be donated to a children's hospital.  You'll be able to link up and also donate a card so you don't want to miss it.

Until tomorrow,
Hugs and Happy Crafting,

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Best Friends Layout

So glad you stopped by.  Today I am sharing a design for Hostess Monday at Digital Delights by Louby Loo.  Each design team member has been asked to share a little about herself and then present a project.  I chose to use some of Wendy's digital images to create a 12 x 12 page layout.  Digital images aren't only for cards :).  I wanted to show how I use Copic Markers on large images as well as card-sized ones.

I've selected the Dilly Duck and Ladybug digital stamp as my main image.

I added the toadstools from the Toadstool background set.  I also added some Prima flowers with Distress Stickles centers for some dimension.

I think this ticket sentiment is the perfect title for my page.

All of the digital images can be found at Digital Delights by Louby Loo.

I hope you like my layout.  Now all it needs is two 3.5 x 5 pictures to be complete.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,

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