Wednesday, September 30, 2009


Well, I am glad to have time to jump on and write about this fun and cherry card. It was for a Verve challenge a while back.
Aren't the colors so much fun? I love how the stiching ties everything together and the bling was fun as well. I must say stamping on designer serries paper is a lot of fun. It went from something I never do to something I think about readily.

We have a big day tomorrow, so I don't want to stay up too late.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: Verve feeling groovy
Paper: Night and Day speciality, basic black, PTI stampers select white
Ink: Basic Black, PTI Fresh snow
Accessories: only orange, pixie pink, real red, summer sun markers, PTI raspberry fizz ribbon, modern label punch, fire bling, stampin dimensionals, GKD white gel pen

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Baby It's cold outside

WAHOOOOO!!! Can you tell I am excited? Dawn's color combo challenge is back! Isn't that yummy. Okay enough of my gushing LOL! Izzy's babysitter is sick, so we are home and it is really fun to be able to get some fun crafty things done. Izzy loves to craft as well, so it is fun for both of us.
Here is my card
I wanted to give a close up of the fun mittens and snowy bling background
Okay I broke the law a little bit with the white, but I do have another one and it will have cream. It is getting colder here and although we are no where near snowflakes, I have had hot cocoa and that gets me thinking winter. I must also admit this card I made a few days ago and just haven't uploaded it yet, but hello it works great for this challenge and I really like how it turned out so hopefully it will be fine.
I stamped the white with the essentials glue pad and then put dazzling diamonds on it to create the sparkly snow. The mittens were paper pieced together to get all of the fun colors in. My daughter has her mittens hooked together like that, so I thought it would be such a cute little kids mitten look.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Stamps: PTI Snowfall, PTI Background Basics RetroPaper: PTI Aqua Mist, SU Chocoalte Chip, PTI Stampers Select WhiteInk: PTI Aqua Mist, SU Real Red, SU Creamy Carmel, SU Chocolate Chip, PTI Essentials Glue Pad, PTI Fresh SnowAccessories: SU Dazzling Diamonds, Apron Border Punch, SU Stampin Dimensionals, PTI Jute Vintage Button

A day late LOL!

Well I made this for the color throwdown challenge. I am sorry to say it was all done a few days ago, but I haven't had time to put it up on the blog yet :( We have had some more serrious illnesses in our family, so needless to say it has been a trying time around here. Luckily I have been able to stamp and create. It is a nice release for me.

Well, here is the color challenge. I also combined this with the Finally Friday challenge that was to take a large stamp and color or change it in some way.
Here is my card
I also wanted to give a close up of the stamped image as well. The versa mark and chalk is a really nice effect, but hard to see without the close up.
I used my SU stamp set Fabulous flowers. It will be a favorite of mine for a while. It is just such a neat set and I love the sentiment. I inked this with versamark and then used my chalks to apply color. I stamped this right over dsp and went from there. I did add some bling on the sentiment with my jelly roll pen.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: Fabulous flowers
Paper: DSP, Chocolate Chip, Rose Red
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Versa Mark
Accessories: Stampin Dimensionals, spounge daubers, chalk, GKD glitter pen

Monday, September 28, 2009

Love your rain or shine

Well I know I chatted yesterday about this fun new e-magazine called Embillish Magazine and how I actually submitted work, well here is one of those projects and the challenge.
Here is the project
I must admit I purchased jute from Papertrey Ink, but I had never used it much until this weekend LOL! It does add a neat element to the cards. This was one of the cards I created this weekend. I really like the polka dot umbrella. It is actually pretty simple and straight forward.
I am going to be working on getting my Viva La Verve cards done this week as well. I have two more to go for this month.
It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: Polka dot basics 2, scattered showers
Paper: Aqua mist, SU real red, stampers select white, polka dot dsp
Ink: Aqua mist, SU real red, SU chocolate chip
Accessories: SU scallop edge punch, GKD quickie glue pen, SU spounge, SU stamin dimensionals, SU small corner rounder

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Grateful Heart

I had to post again today. I found this fun new blog and soon to be new online magazine called Embellish Magazine. From what I can gather it will be an online publication. How fun is that. I really like that there will be hyper-links, so if you see something that you like one click and you can purchase. How fun is that?

I must say, I have never submitted a card for a magazine before. I have thought about it, but for some reason I just didn't think that I was anywhere near good enough. Well, part of what this magazine is going to do is challenges. Hello, I am the challenge queen, LOL! They had a publication challenge that I submitted for and then this fun one as well. I love the graphics they put together for the challenge also. Doesn't that make you want to craft. I also love that there is a twist with them. It really has me thinking, so much so that I have made 5 cards this weekend with these challenges. Here is the challenge
Here is my card
Didn't this turn out fun? When I saw the colors, I instantly thought of the Moxie Fab color gradient challenge as well. Super fun!!!!

Okay I did have a few fun discoveries as I played around with this card. First I was worried about how to make the cream work with the technique I wanted to try. The glossy paper is white. Well good news, the Papertrey Ink Vintage Cream worked fabuous to stamp on the glossy cardstock and then emboss with clear embossing powder. I do have vanilla embossing powder from Stampin Up, but it has never worked well for me, but this was FABULOUS!!!!

This background was achieved by heat embossing the polka dots with cream ink and then brayering ink over them to get this fun gradiation. Now onto my next not so much fun discovery. I first tried this with Paperty Trey ink colors and the orange zest in particular didn't work very well. (The orange zest is the new kind of ink from PTI) Now I must say I LOVE the new ink pads and I wouldn't want them to go back to the old style if you paid me, but they just don't work so well for this technique. Luckily I have all of my fun SU colors, so I did a quick substitution and fun card here we are.

I also did a lot of spounging on the main image to tie it in with the fun background paper I made. I love this saying as well and when combined with the colors, it really makes me think about Thanksgiving. I think this will be a fun card to send to some family members that live far away.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: PTI Polka Dot Basics 2, PTI Heart Prints, PTI Heart Prints additions
Paper: glossy white, pumpkin pie, bravo burgandy, very vanilla
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Summer Sun, bravo burgandy, PTI Vintage Cream
Accessories: clear embossing powder PTI, heat gun, brayer, paper towel, spounge, large heart punch PTI, stampin dimensionals, ticket corner punch

Cast your cares

Well I have had this card sitting in my blogger waiting to post for far too long. This was from a challenge back in July. It was for a great Viva La Verve sketch challenge with a twist. The twist on this one was to use texture.
Here is my creation
What do you think? I love the texture that the cuttle bug embossing folder leaves. It is so faint and yet the perfect accent. Oh and my bows have been a little lax. After seeing this beauty I have decided to work on this again.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: PTI Everyday Blessings
Paper: PTI Stampers select white, Spring Moss, Green Tea Leaves dsp, Bitty dots dsp, SU Chocolate Chip
Ink: PTI Spring Moss
Accessories: Spring Moss satin ribbon, swiss dots cuttle bug folder, threading water punch, SU 1 3/4 circle punch, 1 1/2 circle punch mat pack, paper piercer, vanilla brads

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Have a great day!

Another fun Scrapmaster's Paradise challenge. Love the fun color combo and the great sketch for Viva La Verve. The twist was to use round things. I adore these fun colors! They are always fresh and definately combos I wouldn't think of. Here is the sketch from Verve
My card Now, I had to break out a fun Bella with that funky color combo. I have enjoyed coloring with copics and feel I have so much to learn. I still don't have the hair thing down with my Bellas. I think I need to fade the edges with the blender pen.

I also got the great vintage labels set from Papertrey Ink and I love the squigly stamp. It added just what I needed in the scallops. The white craft ink really gave the scallops just the right umph. I also added bling to accent the neat design. Can you believe I haven't really played with the great background possibilites yet, but Dawn has me itching to break them out!

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: Cakeabella, PTI Vintage Labels, Handwritten Notes
Paper: Tempting Tourqoise, Bermuda Bay, Rich Razzleberry
Ink: Momento Black, Rich Razzleberry, Snow White Ink
Accessories: Large scallop punch, bling, copic box a & b, rich razzleberry polka dot ribbon, stampin dimensionals

Friday, September 25, 2009

Papertrey Blog Hop Time!!!

September Blog Hop
It is a current trend to see just how "green" you can be with your contributions to a cleaner environment. We want to focus this month on reusing & recycling portions of your newly arrived Papertrey order in an earth-friendly way! This month your challenge is to reuse, repurpose or recycle packaging from your Papertrey Package. Whether it is the clear boxes that the stamps come in, the tissue that is used to wrap each item so carefully, the brown packing paper that keeps your items from shifting, the corrugated cardboard wrapped around the ends of your precious cardstock or even the shipping box itself. We will be excited to see all the clever ways to incorporate any of these items into a beautifully executed project. And just to serve as a little friendly nudge, you just *may* want to hold onto everything from your package this month regardless if you use it on your project or not, just so you can recreate what others have done!
So this was a hard month for me. I have no idea why, but it sure was. I am so excited to see what everyone else did! The first picture is a tag I made for Christmas presents. LOVE Dawn's set Signature Christmas with the Christmas sayings - too stinking cute for words!
The second tag I made is for Easter dinner.
Okay, so I used the fun plastic containers that our stamps come in. I cut out the lable shapes using my nesties and then stamped accordingly with Staz on Black ink. I then flipped over the plastic piece and used my Alcohol inks to spread the colors around. The top card was so hard to get the colors to show through. I used the gold mixative so it is so shimmery in real life, but the colors looked muddled when I took them.
I did have to use my sharpie to write the names, but it was actually quite fun to do. I also backed the tags with white so that the color showed through nicely.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: Signature Christmas, Tags for Spring, Modern Labels
Ink: Staz on
Accessories: Black sating ribbon, Hibicus ribbon, Alcohol inks, blending solution, gold fixative, crop a dile, plastic boxes from Papertrey Ink, label 1 nestie dies
Paper: Stampers select white

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Saw it, Loved it, Bought it!!!

I am so excited to share this fun card with you today. I combined 2 great challenges. The first was a new to me challenge called Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge. They pick a movie to inspire your creations every week. This week it was picked out by Gina K and it was Pretty Woman and there was a paper piecing challenge. Isn't that fun?

This was combined with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge you see below.
Here is the sketch
Here is my card
I am really digging how this card came out. It is hard to see, but I added score lines on the top and bottom for the details in the sketch. When I was thinking about pretty woman and looking through my stamps, I saw this fabulous Bella and thought of the fun scene where she is buying all of those clothes. It just made since for me.
Did you notice the copic work? I am taking a class and learning some more and practicing some more, so hopefully it will get better and better. I also made my lady a red head after dear Julia LOL! Don't you love how the ribbon hangs off as well. I have seen it all over and decided to give it a try. Not sure how it will work in an envelope, but oh what we do for fashion.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: Stamping Bella Shopper and sentiment
Paper: PTI Stampers select white, washington apple dsp, ridinghood red
Ink: Momento Black
Accessories: Copics Box A & B, riding hood red ribbon, silver hardware, punch, stampin dimensionals, black floss

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Hoppy Birthday

Okay I am super excited about this fun card. I don't know if any of you are like me, but I learn really neat techniques and then seem to forget about them. Well this week on Stamp TV, they are going over spotlighting. I learned this a long time ago and haven't used it in a while. I LOVE it and it worked well for me with this CPS sketch found here.
Here is my card

As you can see, I flipped the sketch around, but I really like the effect. This is for a Stephen's birthday. He is a little boy that we know and I think he would get a kick out of this. I really like my copics and I have been taking a class with them. One of my favorite things is creating scenes. I have had a hard time with that and the copics. I don't know how to make a background work for me. I think perhaps the answer is an airbrush system LOL! Anyway, this technique allowed me some freedom with that problem.
Gina did the circles a bit differently, but I was always taught to layer with a black circle just a bit bigger than the cut out. I used two punches for the little circles and nesties for the center spot. I really like the effect and I think Stephen will adore this fun card.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are GKD unless noted
Stamps: Jumping for Joy, Cuddles and Hugs, Hip Hop Accessories
Paper: Pure luxury white layering weight, SU Basic Black, SU Bermuda Bay
Ink: Momemto Black
Accessories: Nesties, Copics box A & B, Black pen, SU 1 3/8 punch and 1 1/4 punch

Enjoy my friend

Well a while back I made a card and it turns out I also needed a fun treat box as well.
I adore the my timeless templates, so this was tons of fun for me. I will say that Beate now has me addicted to spounging. On this card I forgot to do that before I put everything together and WOW can I see a difference. The card has many same elements and it looked so much different.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: Damask Designs, Tags for Spring
Paper: Melon Berry, Vintage Cream, Spring Moss
Ink: Hibicuss, Spring Moss,
Accessories: Mytimeless templates, spring moss ribbon, jute twine, SU punch, 1 3/4 punch, coluzzle, sticky strip

Monday, September 21, 2009


Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a great weekend. We had a lot of fun here, including treasure hunts and homemade apple pie. It was a Mommy and Izzy weekend, so we had a blast. I am glad I had a few minutes to work on the fun Stamp TV scrapbook and card challenge. I also combined this with the Stamping Sisters in Christ challenge of fall colors. I choose to go with Enchanted Evening, Orange Zest, Ripe Avacado and Chocolate chip. Isn't that a fun color combo!

Now for the project. I am making my Mom & Dad each their own scrapbook that I will add to over time. I am going to do a few pages for their birthday, holidays ect. I made a comment to my Mom that they are so darn hard to shop for and she said they would both love scrapbooks. Isn't that a fun idea. It works well since I love doing it and I am really good at taking pictures, but not the best about printing them off for them to have. I am so excited about the concept for the whole scrapbook

Here is my Mom's Birthday card
The matching scrapbook page
I wanted to show how I incorportated her birthday to mimic the dates on the scrapbook page as well.
Here is the same element on the page
A close up of the journaling.
I think I am going to look through different pictures and brainstorm my Mom's great qualities that I want to highlight and let my Mom know we appreciate. Isn't that going to be a really neat book to look through when we are done. It will also work well for Izzy when she gets older as well.
2 really neat things that I learned while doing this card. 1 I am in LOVE with guidelines 2. It is so forgiving and makes the best homemade dsp. I am going to be using this one quite a bit. 2 I LOVE Papertrey Ink's new ink pads. I now have all 4 of the new colors. The light colors rock, but I was wondering about the dark colors. Well, let me just say the new Orange Zest is FABULOUS!!!!!!
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: Guide Lines 2, Handwritten Notes
Paper: Kraft, Elegant Evening
Ink: Orange Zest, Elegant Evening, Ripe Avacado, SU Chocolate Chip, Champaigne versa mark
Accessories: Ripe Avacado ribbon, stampin dimensionals, brown button, dmc white floss, white gel pen

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Hoot, Hoot!

Don't forget about my two BIG Blog Candies found here.

Do you ever rediscover a fun set you haven't played with in a while. I kind of forgot about this cutie! I have two challenges that I combined for this card. The sketch is from Midnight Madness Sketch Challenges and the color combo is from the latest Stamp TV color combo.
Here is my card
Isn't that little guy cute? This is from PTI's set wise owl. I love how you can mix and match and create with all of these diffrent bellies. He is so much fun. I made this for Tim. He is the husband of Izzy's caregiver and he has a lot of patience. Izzy of course adores him and thinks he is wonderful.
Did you notice the fun homemade background dsp. I love guidelines 2 and that is another one I don't get out often enough. It seemed very stark, so I used a lot of spounging to soften the layers and make it look more like dsp.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: Wise Owl, Guidelines 2
Paper: Stampers select white, Ripe Avacado, SU Chocolate Chip
Ink: Choclate Chip, Dusty Durango, So Saffron, Ripe Avacado
Accessories: Large white brads, coluzzle, white gel pen, stampin dimensionals, spounge

Enjoy the ride

Don't forget about my two BIG Blog Candies found here.

Well, I had another anniversary card to make. I really didn't realize how many I needed in one year. After some reflection I think it is great! What a testiment to marriage. Okay this was for a few different challenges. I was a bit worried about this Color Throwdown challenge becuase the colors were not really me, but I really do like the card. I also made this for the PPA clean and simple challenge.
Here is my card
A close up of the dimension.
Okay I got this fabulous idea from Lauren Meader. She is a geneous and I love this. It was easy and a lot of fun. I really don't think it would mail well, but it is stining cute for those you can give in person.
I did use polka dot basics 2 for the dotted circles. I really liked the little something it added to the balloons. I have also decided I am going out and getting a simple ruler. Isn't that funny that a simple ruler would be my most needed tool LOL!
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: Everyday button bits, Polka dot basics 2
Paper: Stampers select white, lemon tart, SU bermuda bay, SU green galore
Ink: SU Bermuda Bay
Accessories: 1 inch circle punch, 3/4 in circle punch, 1/2 in circle punch, sticky tape, black pen, ruler

Friday, September 18, 2009


Don't forget about my two BIG Blog Candies found here.

I am so excited to share another fun Verve release card. The party is at the split coast stameprs site. Here is the sketch challenge for this release. I also combined this with this fun color combo from SPCC.
Here is the sketch
Here is the card I made
Well isn't this fun. I forget to highlight my verses at times. I really like the look of this card as whole and I love sending these encouraging cards. I used a lot of heat embossing and spounging on this card. I did change out dusty durango for really rust. They are similar and I have ribbon for that one.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: Verve Bountiful Backgrounds, Verve Verse
Paper: PTI Bitty Dots, SU Dusty Durango, Basic Black, PTI Stampers select white
Ink: Versa Mark, Dusty Durango, Basic Black
Accessories: Clear embossing powder, black embossing powder, scallop circle punch, 1 3/8 circle punch, dusty durango ribbon, nesties, spounge

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Cracked Flower

Don't forget about my two BIG Blog Candies found here.

Well, I am still working on my week of fun challenges for the Verve release. I adore all of their challenges, so it has been a fun week. My work has been great, so I have really enjoyed the small crafting breaks I get to unwind. Here is the fun color combo for the Verve Release challenge.
I combined this with the CPS sketch #133 found here
Isnt' that an interesting sketch. Here is my card
Well, this was a fun one to make. I am so glad I have that border punch. It made the swirls easier to do, now if you ask me the name of that punch, I have no idea but Michaels is where I got it :)
Did you notice the cracked glass technique? I have seen it many times, but I have never tried it until now. Why you ask did I finally break out my heavy embossing from Stampin Up, well Gina K is FABULOUS and she showed this technique at Stamp TV today. It was really much easier than I would have guessed. A little tip, the first layer I put on (and where I normally quit) it flies all over and you think it isn't working at all, well keep on going it is just how it is supposed to be.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: GKD Elegant Flowers
Paper: SU Pumpkin Pie, Chocolate Chip, Verry Vanilla, dsp
Ink: Momento Black, versa mark
Accessories: SU Pumpkin pie, approcat appeal, mellow moss, always artichocke, close to cocoa markers, chuncky embossing powder, library clip, border punch Michaels


Don't forget about my two BIG Blog Candies found here.

I must admit, I don't make a ton of Halloween cards. Isn't that crazy? It is my Dad's Birthday, so it was always special. This year, I am going to send a few cards to friends and family with Izzy in her outfit.

I used two different challenges this week. The first was Soot Stamping from Stamp TV. It was so neat to try this technique that I have seen, but never given a try. The second was a distressing challenge from Verve. Love the week of challenges. I have two more to get done today!
Here is my card
Isn't that fun! It is quite simple as I also used this for the Viva La Verve challenge to use up some scraps and make a non-normal shaped card. I made a 3 X 6 card and the rest was scraps I had around my table as well. Now my big tip is, if you don't have a sealant to spray on your finished project use your hairspray. It worked like a charm.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamp: SU jumbo outline alpha
Paper: SU soft suede, glossy, basic black
Accessories: Candle, soft suede ribbon

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Feel Better soon!

Don't forget about my two BIG Blog Candies found here.

I am so excited to share this wonderful (okay I think wonderful) card. I need to share a little about the receipant before I get into the craft details or the card won't make since LOL! Okay this is for my Uncle Mike who is a Grandfather figure for Izzy. He has had some heart problems and just got out of surgery. We love to visit Uncle Mike and the picture that I used for the card was from one of our visits this summer.

Now on to the card details. I used this great color combo for the Verve release challenge found here. So not my normal card colors, but with the funky clothes Izzy picked out to wear that day, it worked out just fine.

I also used this sketch as a jumping off point. This is for the Stamping Sisters in Christ challenge site. I really like this site and you can enter as much as you like, so I might be making another card soon. The scripture for this week was chosen by Lisa Hjulberg, Jeremiah 29:11 "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." This is one of those scriptures that you can never hear to many times. It is such a comfot and so full of hope. One of my favs for sure. Since it was about plans, they have a sketch challenge this week.
Here is my card.
Wouldn't this make you smile if you weren't feeling good? This is the outfit my daughter wore in July in Illinois! Isn't she a riot LOL! I added the fun bling and faux stiching. I really like how it finished the card off. When I was done the first time, I thought I can't send this, but it growing on me and I know my Uncle will LOVE it.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are stampin up unless noted
Stamps: Verve sentiment
Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive dsp, taken with teal
Ink: Rich Razzleberry
Accessories: Dusty Durango ribbon, blue bling, slit punch, coluzzle, white gel pen, spounge

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Shiny Penny - BLOG CANDY!!!

Izzy is 3!!! Happy Birthday to Izzy LOL! Here is a picture on her last day at church in the 2 year old room. Do you see her homemade card for the teacher in hand LOL! Love it.

This is at her party with her birthday castle cake. (Thanks Tracy!). Izzy loved her castle and everyone signing Happy Birthday to her.
Now for the fun..... We are going to have 2 different give aways. The first is for this pile of goodies. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post and you are entered. If you are a follower, you will be entered twice :) This blog candy closes September 30, 2009. Winner announced here on October 1, 2009. In this picture, you will find

Gina K Designss (origional stamps rubber only) "Happy Summer", GKD " I shore am grateful", "From our castle to your castle!", "Life's a beach!"

Metal heart charms, 6 packs of rub-ons and rinestones (Always & Forever, So Happy Together, Best Friends, Create Happiness, Baby Mine, Celebrate), designer wedding stickers, Baby scrapbook 6X6, wedding rub-ons, baby charmed enamel, 5X7 mini girl scrapbook kit, baby girl dimensional stickers, defination transfer pad, wedding transfers, boy embossed stickers, Girls embossed stickers, baby boy scrap kit, 54 piece pastel paper pack, Faith Blessings 3-D page kit

WOW ladies!!!! If that isn't enough check out what else you can win

For this portion, all you need to do is send Izzy a brithday card. She LOVES getting mail!!! E-mail me at to get the address (I am having every card sent to my PO BOX) and then send Izzy a card. She is a 3 year old DIVA who loves princesses, animals and bling LOL! Please note any card you send will be wonderful. Just remember to include your name, address and e-mail and you will be entered to win this extra stack of goodies
  • Stamping Bella Stargazing
  • Stamping Bella Halobella
  • Stamping Bella "Peace"
  • Stamping Bella Hippiechickabella
  • Hero Arts Design Dolls
  • Hero Arts Tags & Tickets
  • 2 all occasions packs of paper
  • Creating Keepsakes AllinOne Scrapbooking Kit

The cards need to be in Izzy's hot little hands by October 15th (you have one month). If no one sends any cards, I will keep this pile of goodies for a later give away! Winner will be announced here on October 16th 2009.

It's a good life!

Terri E.