Thursday, April 30, 2009

Go out on a limb

I finally got a chance to use my There She Goes stamp set that I won called Branching Out. It is so much fun. I love the envelopes and the fun trendy image I used on my tree for today. As always I combined some challenges :) I am addicted to challenges. It is a ton of fun to create and then go back and see what everyone else comes up with using the same criteria.

So I finally was able to particiapte in my first My Time to Create challenge by Lauren Meader. You all know I adore her and now she is having different challenges every week. Isn't she stinking fun! I also had time to use the Card Positioning Systems #113 sketch. I also entered this into to Cardvarks challenge to create something with a tree.

Here is my take on the challenges
It has been raining here for what seems like years, so this is the best picture I could get. The other thing that was frustrating is that when I watercolored on watercolor paper my ink kept veering off the image. I was not happy about this. So for all of you watercolorers, what is the secret? I love the look, but I don't love how long it takes and then when it bleeds it makes me really cranky LOL! Any tips or tricks or websites that you know of that can help would be really appreciated.

I wasn't sure about this color combo, but after digging into it I really do like it. I am also in love with the new background set form Papertrey Ink called Background Basics: Dots and Spots. I am sure we will be seeing that one again! I love the zig zag shape of the main image and I also adore how it worked with the sketch perfectly.

On to the card, I adore the fun sentiment. Isn't that so true for many of us. Taking that first step, that leap of faith is hard and sometimes painful. There are times when you are in the thick of life that it is hard to see that the fruit is there and it will be there for us. I hope everyone has the best day and if you have sunshine where you are soak up some for me LOL!

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: TSG
Branching Out, PTI Dots & Spots

Paper: Watercolor paper, Bashful Blue, Real Red polka dots dsp, basic grey

Ink: Real red, so saffron, Bashful Blue, Basic Grey

Accessories: Stampin Dimensionals, Aqua Painter

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Little Things

Check out this fabulous Blog candy on Stephs blog. Super fun!

I am so excited about this post. My office manager Julie just had a little baby girl. I couldn't be more excited and happy for her. With that being said, I sorely miss her. Not only does Julie keep my office humming, but she is also a great sounding board and I miss my friend.

So I decided to make her a card to express how much I miss her. Did I mention that she has only been gone a week! This is going to be a long maternity leave :( Back to the fun. This is my last Viva La Verve card for this month and I LOVED the create your own dsp. Isn't that fun. I also have a tip for everyone. Can you even believe it, I have a tip LOL! This is VLVApr04

I cut a line in a scrap piece of paper exactly 4 1/4 inches long. I then slipped my card through the slit and then covered what would be the back of the card with scrap paper.
Since I only wanted to have my "dsp" on a portion of the front, I layed another piece of scrap paper over the white base. I then stamped over my exposed card front
This is just after I got done with my dsp. Isn't this yummy? This is a new $15 set from Lisa Johnson called Background Basics: Dots and Spots. It is too much fun and so affordable!
Here is my completed card.
I am digging it! Isn't the saying perfect for Julie. I also thought the handmade flowers were just a fun little accent. This will also work for the Stamp TV color challenge STVCC10.
It's a good life!
Terri E.

All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: Background Basics: Dots and Spots, SU greeting set
Paper: Stampers select white, Rasbperry Fizz, True Black, tiny dots dsp
Ink: Raspberry Fizz, True Black
Accessories: Nestabilities, Raspberry Fizz satin ribbon, SU basic black marker and pink passion markers, stampin dimensionals, 1/2 circle punch, 3/4 circle punch

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Don't Fret

As you all know I am in love with Dawn's new stamp set Scattered Showers by Papertrey Ink. It is so Dawn. She has the best sayings in there like this one "Don't fret Dearie!" Isn't that perfect. This is for one of my favorite Viva La Verve sketch with a twist. This week it was a color combo twist that was a killer for me!!! Here is the challenge
This is my take

Did you notice the fun umbrella. It was a fun accident. I used stampin up markers to color in the stamp. It pooled and then I stamped it. I also put crystal effects on it to give a glossy rained on look. Since we have been rained on forever it seems like, this is so appropriate for our life right now!
I just couldn't not put some ribbon on my card, so this is what I came up with.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Paper: Baja Breeze, Chocolate Chip, Good Morning dsp, More Mustard dsp, Urban Oasis dsp
Ink: Baja Breeze
Accessories: More Mustard, Summer Sun, Chocolate Chip markers, Blender Pen, stampin dimensionals, More mustard ribbon, 1 1/2 circle punch Hobby Loby

Monday, April 27, 2009

Kick up your heels!

I am so excited about my night! I got three cards done and all of my challenges that I needed to work on. Yeah!!!!! My husband is on midnights this week which means tons of stamp time at night for me. Wahooooo! I must also admit that I do really like my neat and organized stamp room.

The other thing I am loving about blogging is the really wonderful people you meet. One of those is Caryl P. She is always the first to leave a wonderful word of encouragement. One of those was a fabulous tip for a fun new site that has weekly sketches. You all know how I love sketches, so I am super excited Caryl encouraged me to take a look! Here is the third sketch from Unscripted Sketches.
I even love how their sketch looks! Isn't it just the cutest thing ever? Here is my take on the sketch.
This is also a combination from Stamp TV STVCC10 which was Black, White and one other color. I also used the fun Gina K April release challenge GKAPRBC. This one was to use one side of dsp, 2 ribbons or fibers and 3 eyelets.
What do you think? I have been doing a lot of sympathy and cheer up cards that I really had fun with a carefree kick up your heels card! Isn't this zebra fun!!! I think she works so well with a black & white card. I love this ribbon as well. It is actually the ridinghood red stripped ribbon and black satin layed on top of each other. Love it!!! The top part is actually a nestability. I have had these for over a year and I have just started using them since the StampTV episode on nestabilities. Gina is fabulous and I adore all of her techniques. Her latest is faux snake skin. I don't think I will have time to get a card made with that, but it really looks like fun so I am going to try.
On a side note, did you see the new Gina K designs April release stamp sets? I love so many of them. I have to wait to save some money for my next purchase because it is going to be BIG!!! We are traveling up to North Dakota this summer and I am for sure stopping by, so I might have to wait until then :(
It's a good life!
Terri E.
All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: GKD Jumping for Joy
Paper: Basic Black, Whisper White,
Ink: Basic Black
Accessories: Nesties, window word punch, white eyelets, blue dots, ridinghood red stripped ribbon, PTI black satin ribbon

Anniversary Wishes

This is a fun sketch for Card Patterns it is CP Sketch #12. I am again working on my birthday/anniversary list. This is for a wonderful lady from my Bible study for her anniversary.
Here is my take on the sketch

I went classic and clean on my card. I really like how sleek it turned out. I used the threading water border punch which I am loving! Another detail that would be hard to see is the paper piercing around each of the main pieces. I am also on a major bow kick now that I can tie them LOL!
I just realized this would work for the seeing double challenge as well. This was a new technique for me and I was so excited to try it again. Thanks Cammie!
It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: Damask Designs
Paper: True Black, Kraft
Ink: True Black
Accessories: True Black satin ribbon, SU stampin dimensionals, paper piercer, mat pack, border punch threading water from Michaels

Sunday, April 26, 2009


I have 3 of 5 done for the Viva La Verve challenge. Each month I vow I will get them done each week rather than all at the end. We will see if this ever happens, LOL! When I organized all of my cards, it became clear I needed more sympathy cards. This sketch with a challenge for Viva La Verve VLVApr01.
Here is my take on the sketch

Might I add I am now in love with my aqua mist. I am going to be adding the ribbon and more ink refills for other soft colors as well. The saying is from the PTI set With Sympathy and it says
"May hope sustain you, friends surrong you, and love give you strength."
I think this is such a touching quote for someone who is greiving. I have 2 more Viva La Verve cards to make and one more GKD challenge card to make today. Oh and I have work and I also think I have lost my mind. I went shopping to finish up for our trip and I have no idea where I put that bag. I am really hoping it didn't get tossed out in the major cleaning project mess, but who knows. Apparently I could use some organization in the rest of my home as well.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: With sympathy
Paper: Bitty Dots and Green Tea leaves dsp collection, vinate cream, spring moss and aqua mist
Accessories: Aqua Mist satin ribbon, nestiblities, SU scallop edge punch, swiss dots cuttlebug folder

Seeing Double

Can you believe I got 4 cards done today! Isn't that wonderful. I also cleaned up my stamping room tonight. Fabulous! Well yet again I combined tons of fun challenges.

There was a super fun challenge for the Gina K April release called seeing double. It was to use a main focal of your card as the background as well. I have never used my sentiment as a background Cammie who gave the challenge did and I was very inspired. I combined this with the Viva La Verve VLVApr05 sketch with a twist. The twist for this one was to be springy. It all came together. It also works for the color combo for the Stamp TV color combo STVCC9, which was to use 4 or more colors.

Here is my take on all of the challenges
What do you think? I really liked how this turned out. I never have made my own background out of a sentiment. It really was tons of fun. It does look like my bunny is standing on a hill, oh well. I also love the button details. It added a fun since of shimmer and glimmer. Love it!!! This is for my cousin's birthday in June. Can you believe I am all done with my cards for the month of May?

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All Supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: GKD
Just so Hoppy

Paper: White, Washington Apple dsp

Ink: Riding Hood Red, Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron, Bashful Blue, Soft Sky, Mellow Moss, Pretty in Pink

Accessories: Stampin Dimensionals, Ridinghood Red stripped ribbon, nestabilities

Hoppy Birthday

After my big cleaning project, I am happy to be back stamping. I have a ton to share today, so look for many posts :) I am way behind on all of my Viva La Verve sketches! I have 5 to do before Friday. I got one done today and hopefully I will get one more done.

I have a lot of challenges going on with this card. The first one is from There She Goes blog it was to show how far you have come stamping. If I hadn't just cleaned the stamping room, I never would have found this stash of oldies. You are supposed to post one of your first creations and then a recent project as well. I started in 2003 when a friend invited me to her house for a Stampin Up party. I really enjoyed the time with other women and I also liked making cards. I really didn't like giving them away, which is why I was able to find this one LOL!

On to my current card that I did. I used the Viva La Verve VLVApr02 sketch seen below. As you know they always have a twist. The twist this week was to use background stamps. I love background stamps, so this was tons of fun. I then saw the Gina K Designs April release challenge to "Adorn Your Corner", so my wheels were turning.
Here is my card
Isnt' that fun? Okay I am in love with many things in the card. My cousin Katie came over a bit ago and she got me on a watercoloring kick. Why is it I have all of these supplies and all I can think about is the next new thing LOL! I really like how this little cuttie turned out with the water coloring. It took a while, but worth it in the end. The tip I learned today was that I needed to be more patient during the layers of colors. There was some bleeding of colors because I didn't let the previous layer dry completely.
Next, I got to use some new goodies from Papertrey Ink (I know I just got done saying that I need to use what I have, but a girl can't always help it LOL!). That is a new $15 background set. Isn't that too much fun. I love that the base and the layers are all from the same set, but they have totally different feels. The background on the main layer is my new dazzle versa mark. You can't see the detail in the picture, but WOW!!!! If you love the subtle effect of versa mark, you will love the subtle shimmer this added. It was super easy as well, just stamp.
As I was typing this up, I realized this card will also work for the Stamp TV STVCC9 to use at least 4 colors. I already have an entry, so I hope you can enter more than once LOL.

It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Watercolor paper, Kraft
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Mellow Moss, Soft Sky, Brocade Blue, Real Red, Lovey Lilac, Only Orange, Yo-yo Yellow, Garden Green, Brillant Blue, Creamy Carmel, Close to Cocoa, PTI Versamark Dazzle
Accessories: Aqua Painter, stampin dimensionals, black pen

KWerner Color combo #50!!!

Can you even believe it? 50 color combos! Wowziers!!!! I am so excited about participating in this wonderful challenge. I finally have my stamping room together and I can break out my new stamp sets from Papertrey Ink for this challenge. They have been in my home for 1 week without any love. Without further gabber, here is the challenge This is my take.

Isn't this too much fun!!! I finally had some time to play with my new stamps. This is Scattered Showers from Dawn McVey. Yet again I am in love with Dawn and her sets. I have tons of ideas already. I love that this set helps with the cheering up type cards that we all need.

I am really proud of this bow. Usually bows are the thorn in my side, but this one came together nicely. It helped to have tons of ribbon. Gina showed how much she uses for a bow, 2 1/4 times around the card and that was really helpful. It gave me room to work my bow out.

Oh, I am now in LOVE with aqua mist. I was not getting how my ink pad was so much lighter than my paper, so I finally ordered the refill and it is now one of my favorite colors ever!!!! I also used my crystal effects on the bigger unbrella so that it shines. I almost forgot it added gloss as well as being such a wonderful adhesive. I think I will be adding gloss to many umbrellas to come LOL!

Thanks for looking and thank you Kristina for all of your hard work with the challenges.

It's a good life!

Terri E.

Deets: All Supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted

Stamps: Scattered Showers, Polka Dot basics

Paper: Aqua Mist, Stampers Select White, SU Chocolate Chip

Ink: Lemon Tart, Aqua Mist, SU Real Red, Chocolate Chip

Accessories: Lemon tart ribbon, SU crystal effects, top notz die, stampin dimensionals

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Papertrey Blog Hop!!!!

Hello everyone! I am so excited to be participating again. I had the best time last month and learned so many new things that I just knew I had to participate again. Well when the challenge was issued by Nichole issued the challenge to use MyTimeless Templates, I knew just what needed to happen. I have been wanting to organize my stamping room and the new template From the Desk of was perfect to help with that. To give myself more motivation, I went up to my room on the morning of the 15th and snapped shots just as it was. WOW!!!! I am the messiest stamper ever. I can't even add a LOL :( But as you see, that is about to change.

Here is my stamping room in all of it's messy glory. If you notice on the corner of my desk is a Mytimeless Template that I made just after Lauren created it. It is the Birthday card organizer and it is an All Boxed Up template that has been altered. Here is Lauren's instructions go and check out the master. I will say it has made my birthday card giving so much easier!
Wow I warned you what a mess! As you can see I am dying need of organization! Here is a shot of my desk. As I started to look at it, I had a lot of cards that I didn't even realize I had made stacked up. I also had quite a few that were made, addressed and written on that just needed to go to the post office. What a problem. I really needed to make something to orgaize my complete cards so that when I needed a sympathy card I could just go get it, write in it and send it off.

This was my solution for all of the completed cards. I decided to set up display cubes for all of the completed cards. It is really fun. I am going to hang some family pictures above display cubes to make it more homey, but here it is. Here is a close up of one of the 5 double From the Desk of's that I made to organize my complete cards.
Here is the close up of the top cubes. Isn't that fun. I neve did count how many cards I got into each one, but I know there was a lot!!! Did you notice the other Mytimeless Template on the top? That is for my Grandmothers for Mother's Day. I only had one box done, so the other cards will go in the other box when I get it complete. Love it!!!
Here was my next challenge. What to do about the pens, glue and various little things that need a place on the desk. Well here comes From the desk of to the rescue again! Love it!!!!
Dosen't that look much better!
Can you see the double from the desk of in Kraft behind the brown one? Well use your imagination because that is where all of my buttons will go when I can get my hands on some of those square trendy tubes. (This is also all ideas from Lauren!) I will have space to hold 20 colors (hint, hint!).

Just today, as I was finishing up my last bit of picking up for the pictures, I realized I really needed another From the Desk of to hold my envelopes. I have found if my envelopes are on my desk, I have a better chance of stamping them to match and then I address them all right away as well. It has been really successful with my birthday card campaign.
So I made 14 From the Desk Of templates in very little time. I just started all of the creating yesterday. It took me all the other time to clean out and organize the stamp room. Hopefully I will get more stamping done this weekend now that this project is done. If you would like to see more of the room, like Izzy's stamping table and the other organziation fixes I came up with, feel free to check out this post.

Wow that was a long post. Thanks so much for looking!

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All Supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Paper: Green Tea Leaves, Vintage Cream, Kraft, SU Mellow Moss, Chocolate Chip
Accessories: MYTIMELESS TEMPLATES!!!, Vintage Cream saddle stich ribbon, Aqua mist buttons, brown buttons, melon berry buttons, new leaf buttons, SU vanilla hodgepodge hardware, SU Chocolate chip saddle stich ribbon, dmc floss, sticky strip, crystal effects

I am alive!

I did not fall into a big black hole per say, LOL! I did clean and reorganize my stamping room and it turned out to be quite a project. The April Papertrey Ink blog hop challenge was to use the Mytimeless Templates. Well, I had been really wanting to use them for some cute and fun organization. I decided to go up that morning and take pictures of my room. I will be sharing more tonight at the Papertrey Ink Blog Hop.

I am going to be sharing these in 2 posts. If you saw it all at once you would run away and never return to the blog LOL!! Here is the before of the closet. I didn't even take a before of the wall where Izzy's stamping table is. It was a really ugly dresser that hand a bunch of piles on it. I have come to realize I am the biggest piler known to man. Hopefully this major overhaul will stick.

Stamping closet before

Closet after

Dosen't the closet look better? Okay this picture is probably the least dramatic change, but it is all organized! Can you tell I took a ton of stamps out? I am going to be selling those if anyone is interested. I am also going to be selling some of my Marvy punches. I have tons of those as well and most have never seen paper:( I also have a big pile of blog candy goodies that I will be sharing as well. I am so embarssed by how much I buy and don't use. Please tell me I am not the only one LOL!!!!)

Here is the back wall of my room. It was such a mess (okay the whole room was such a mess LOL!). I do all of my cutting on the back table, so that is where I had my paper as well. It was in storage units on the floor. I also had my printer there and the big shot as well.

This was the right side of the room
The left side of the room

I went paper storage crazy and I LOVE IT!!!! There is still pleany to room for when PTI expands their color collection. This is Izzy's new space. She loves it!!! I have only had it done for 2 days and each morning she wakes up wanting to go and stamp. On my days off we sure to head in there for about 45 minutes. That alone made this whole project worth it.
Izzy at her stamping table. I was sitting at my work space when I took this. Isn't that neat?

Here are my top things that I found out about myself and my stamping "hobby" during this big project.

1. I need to look at what I have before I purchase more. I have a lot of great things already and perhaps I have something that would work if I looked first.
2. I really need to use some of my scrap paper before I go cutting into a new piece.
3. I need to finish on project before I start another. Okay perhaps finish is a strong word. Write down what it was and who it was for and then put it on a list that gets checked off LOL!
4. I need to mail out the cards I make, write in and address! REALLY (this one was so embarrising until I realized that I just started making cards for others this year LOL)
5. I need to scrap all of these fabulous pictures I just had to print out! (We are looking at getting a new camera so I can capture more of Izzy's alusive smiles, so this goes with the "need" part of a camera LOL!)

Wow all that from cleaining my room. Does anyone have tips on how to help with these goals?

Also I was given my first ever blogger award from Lynnette, a new found stamping friend . I am so blessed and grateful. I wanted to participate and pass it along to some blogs I found recently. I am going to work on that tomorrow after the papertrey blog hop, but I did want to thank Lynnette!
It's a good life!
Terri E.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

From everyone

Well I am finally back up in my stamping room! There is some major organization happening, so it has taken quite a bit of time and I am only half way done. My little Izzy wants her own table in the stamping room, so I am making that happen. It really was way past over due. I haven't cleaned out in 4 years and as you can imagine it is a mess! It has also been quite fun going thought things I don't use and putting them into Izzy's stash. I have decided she is the perfect fit for all of my retired colors! What a great use. I won't feel bad if the ink pad gets wrecked and she will have "real" things to use. This was all started from the Papertrey ink blog hop challenge to use Mytimeless Templates. I do have before (and hopefully) after pictures to share for the blog hop.

Anyway, I was really excited about the My Favorite Things idol challenge this week. I really have fallen in love with masking and one sheet cards, so I had a great time. My strech was finding a MFT stamp to use as the background. I love polka dots and there was a great stamp in the Let's go for a walk stamp set. I also realized that Stamp TV color challenge was up and it was to use four or more colors. How perfect for my little project.

Isn't this so much fun!!! I really went out of my norm with the bold brights, but I loved how it turned out. I was going for Urban sheek here, so we had road and sidewalk. Normally I would have put some grass in there, but there is no way that hip lady would be walking on grass with those shoes LOL! I had no idea people would want to see all of the details, I did have my first draft laying around, so I took some shots for some more explaining.

This was the first step. I ran a 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 piece of paper and a transparency through the big shot with the top notz die. I then cut the clear sheet at the preferated edge all around. I then had my outer mask, the top notz white die and the clear sheet. The next step is to lay your white top notz cut die down on your real 8 1/2 X 5 1/5 half sheet of white. I took the dots and stamped what would be the outer edges of the card.

When I took off the center top notz die you can see how my center would be white. This is my first attempt, so I had the red from the next step started, but you get the idea.
I then put the outer "waste" from my cutting of the top notz die. I also put the transparency sheet down and then spounged real red for my fake border. you can see the 1/4 I had already done and the part that would still need to be spounged.
Can you believe this is all one layer? I had a great time coloring. I used the top notz die as a template for my framing. I got the idea from Patty's blog. There is some fabulous talent in our blog world! I would love to hear what you think!

It's a good life!

Terri E.

Deets: All Supplies are Stampin Up unless noted

Stamps: MFT Let's go for a walk

Paper: PTI Stampers Select White

Ink: Staz on black, Soft Sky, Going Grey, Basic Grey, Real Red

Accessories: Top Notz die, transparency, real red, yoyo yellow, only orange, tempting tourqoise, basic black, blush blossom, really rust, going grey, creamy carmel markers, aqua painter.

Friday, April 17, 2009

Fun is GOOD!

I am so loving the Verve set Beautiful You. I do have other Verve set, but for some reason I have all sentiments and these are the only ones big enough to pull off a whole card. You can buy your own at Verve. You might want to wait to purchase until tonight. There will be new stamps released today. I couldn't be more excited!

The sketch you see here is for the April release week challenge. I am so glad to have had the opportunity to complete all four challenges. Wasn't this a fun week! I need to get caught up on my Viva La Verve challenges, but perhaps that will happen this weekend. I have a huge stamp room reorganization happening, so I will have to see on time.

Here is my take

What do you think? I really like how it turned out and it was fairly quick to make. Some of the details that might be hard to see are the paper piercing and the ribbon acutally goes through the center of the button and ties. Isn't that neat?

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All Supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Paper: Cameo Coral, Basic Grey, Whisper White, Walk in the park dsp
Ink: Cameo Coral
Accessories: 1 3/4 circle punch, nestabilities, gray taffeta ribbon, blue button, stampin dimensionals, matt pack, paper piercer

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Beautiful You

Well, yesterday I had some HAPPY mail!!! I received my blooms from Paper Blooms that I won recently. Here is the picture of the goodies that arrived

If you think they look good on the screen it is nothing compared to how nice they are in person, you can get your own HERE!!! I would highly encourage checking them out. I had an idea in my head of what I wanted to do with them, but since they have arrived and I got to see them in person that has all changed LOL! My first thought was of my Grandma when I saw them. She just hosted Easter and she is really a neat woman. Izzy loves her very much and it is neat that she takes the time to do something special with her. So I went over to the Paper Blooms Blog and saw that they have a new challenge posted. What a great time to use my first pretty.

I knew after Easter that Grandma needed a card. My Grandfather passed away 3 1/2 years ago now. I also had the paper bloom challenge and the Verve release week sketches in mind. The hardest part was a title or sentiment that started with B.....until I thought of Beautiful you from Verve. Then it hit me. How many times does Grandma get called beautiful now a days? Not nearly as many times as when Grandpa was here that is for sure and what girl dosen't love to be told they are beautiful? Here is the sketch that can be found here.

This is my take on the two challenges.

What do you think? I am really liking it and I think my Grandma will love it. Some of the neat, but hard to see details are the paper piercing around the main image and the bling on the butterfly to match the center of the flower.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: Verve
Beautiful You

Paper: Close to Cocoa, SU retired dsp, PTI vintage cream and hibicus burst

Ink: Close to Cocoa

Accessories: Paper Blooms Flower, Glue dots, Stampin Dimensionals, vanilla hodgepodge hardware, matt pack, paper piercer, Michaels rinestones, martha stewart butterfly, PTI ripe avacado twill