Tuesday, March 3, 2015

"Hand in Hand" Mixed Media Layout for Leaky Shed Studio and SATW Challenge

I can hardly believe another month has passed and March is here. I welcome this new month and the warmer weather it's sure to bring our way. I have some very exciting news I'll be sharing later this month as well.

If you missed it on my Facebook page, I created my first video tutorial ~ how to create sweet Organza Open Roses with Donna Salazar products. Thanks for watching my video HERE. I also appreciate you subscribing to my channel. There will be more videos to follow.

Today I'm sharing a wedding layout featuring lots of Leaky Shed Studio chipboard. I've also used inspiration from the beautiful March Scrap Around the World mood board.

We recently took a trip to Florida. One of the travel papers at our hotel spotlighted the Jacksonville MOCA Art Museum's "White" exhibition featuring iconic white art. I've also noticed a growing trend of white on white paper arts and thought I'd give it a try. Our daughter's good friend married last summer, and I created this layout for her and her husband. I thought the white background would be the perfect backdrop to complement her gorgeous dress. 

"Hand in Hand"
Mixed Media, Tracey Sabella, Leaky Shed Studio, Wild Orchid Crafts, Wedding, Chipboard

Tips and Techniques
Mixed Media, Tracey Sabella, Leaky Shed Studio, Wild Orchid Crafts, Wedding, Chipboard
Here's a full view of the bottom cluster including the Leaky Shed Studio Willow Flower, loads of soft white flowers, feathers, bow, and subtle textures. 

Mixed Media, Tracey Sabella, Leaky Shed Studio, Chipboard, Crackle
Don't you just adore this grungy crackle effect on the chipboard?

I used spray Gesso as a base coat, then brushed here and there with Viva white crackle paint, then dabbed with Lindy's Stamp Gang mists. I know from past experience, that the crackle really cracks and pulls off of the spray gesso which is the grungy feel I wanted to achieve. I also know that "ALL" of the crackle would easily be chipped off, so I dabbed the piece gently with Donna Salazar's Clearsnap Emboss Gloss and sprinkled with clear embossing powder. While the embossing powder was still hot from the embossing, I sprinkled on more powder and heated again. I repeated several times until there was a nice thick coat of clear embossing to hold the grungy crackle in place. Finally, I dabbed and rubbed with white gesso to lighten the color and bring out more of the crackled texture.

**I did end up with bits of crackle in my Emboss Gloss, which is fine with me since I usually use it in grungy applications; however, if you want to keep it clean, I suggest pouring out a little on a craft mat, and brush it very gently onto the chipboard with a soft brush. That way you won't contaminate the rest of your Emboss Gloss. **

It looks like bits of the crackle paint chipped off onto the background. This is actually Golden White Opaque Flakes brushed onto the background paper. It dries clear, allowing the white flakes in the gel to show up against the background. 

Mixed Media, Tracey Sabella, Leaky Shed Studio, Wild Orchid Crafts, Wedding, Bow
Another view of this lower cluster. The background is dry brushed with gesso in two directions for added texture. I then spread molding paste over a leafy flower stencil with molding paste, then heat embossed with white embossing powder. 

Mixed Media, Tracey Sabella, Leaky Shed Studio, Wild Orchid Crafts, Wedding,
In this side view you can see I added some pearls and used a metal flower from my stash of jewelry findings.

Mixed Media, Tracey Sabella, Leaky Shed Studio, Wild Orchid Crafts, Wedding, Chipboard, Prima Doily
Here's the smaller top cluster. I layered texture under the photo with a delicate crochet doily, die cut doily, then more grungy chipboard. I've just adore the amazing design at the bottom of the Leaky Shed Studio Bird Cage and snipped it off to tuck into these layers. I've treated all of my chipboard pieces the same as described above for the Willow Flower piece. 

I painted this large metal leaf charm to tuck into the flower cluster as well. While still wet, I wiped off paint from the raised ares to let some of the gold show through.

Mixed Media, Tracey Sabella, Leaky Shed Studio, Chipboard, Crackle, Dragonfly
Leaky Shed Studio dragonfly from the Garden Bugs collection.
This is a darling set of insects!!

Mixed Media, Tracey Sabella, Leaky Shed Studio, Chipboard, Crackle, Flourish
I've cut this piece in two and used half of it.

Mixed Media, Tracey Sabella, Leaky Shed Studio, Stencil, Heat Emboss, Texture, Background
Here's a close up of more of the background textures.

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I was inspired by the textured, flowing shades of white and grey
in the horse photo from the SATW March Mood Board.

Be sure to hop on over to check out this month's fabulous challenge at

Leaky Shed Studio Products

Other Products
GCD Studio by Donna Salazar - Natural Beauty 12x12” Pad
Tim Holtz ~ Tissue Tape - Sketchbook
Petaloo ~ Botanica Blooms, white
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ Sweetheart Blossoms, white
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ Tulip Flowers, white
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ Tuscany Rosebuds, white
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ 25mm Cottage Roses, white
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ 30mm Wild Roses, white 
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ Magnolias, white
Martha Stewart ~ Findings Collection, white & silver
Touch of Nature ~ Feathers, white
Leaf Charm ~ Stash
Flower charms ~ Stash
Berry Sprig ~ Stash
Doily ~ Stash
Hug Snug ~ Rayon Seam Binding, white (Really Reasonable Ribbon)
Ranger ~ Archival Ink, Jet Black
Clearsnap by Donna Salazar - Mix’d Media Inx Embossing Powder, jasmine
Clearsnap ~ Embossing Powder, clear
Clearsnap by Donna Salazar ~ Emboss Gloss
Lindy’s Stamp Gang ~ Starburst, Black Orchid Silver
Lindy’s Stamp Gang ~ Moon Shadow Mist, Silhouette Silver
Golden ~ Light Molding Paste
Golden ~ White Opaque Flakes
Golden ~ Soft Gel (Matte)
Liquitex ~ Gesso, white, clear
Viva ~ Crackle Paint, white
Higgins ~ Drawing Ink, white
Prima ~ Doily Die  #572792
Americana Classic ~ Stencil - Jacobean Floral
TWC Zenspirations Stencil 6x6 Mini Specimens
Cloud9 Design ~ 8x6 Mem Phrase Stamp Set
Helmar ~ Premium Craft Glue
Helmar ~ 450 Quick Dry Adhesive
Helmar ~ Zap Dots - Round 1/2”, white
Zutter by Donna Salazar ~ Distrezz-it-All

Thanks for stopping by! I treasure your comments.

~ Blessings ~

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Spring Mixed Media Card for Helmar

Although it's still cold winter weather here in Ohio, I'm thinking spring with this card featuring handcrafted flowers. I'm delighted to be back guest designing with Helmar again this month. I feature Helmar Crystal Kote Matte Spray to seal my watercolor mediums. This is a scrap my stash project. I had fun giving new life to some older products.

Spring Watercolor Card

Tips and Techniques
I used watercolor pencils and water-soluble wax pastels to paint my handcrafted flowers and die cut frame. As you know, watercolor will bleed into any other wet medium. Since I planned to splatter my card with ink, I needed to seal the painted flowers and background. Helmar Crystal Kote Matte Spray is my go to sealant. I used several light coats, spraying from different directions, to cover all the layered surfaces. Because this spray is matte, it does not change the appearance of the painted surface.

As you can see, there is no glossiness from the spray, and the splatter did not pick up any of the color beneath it.

I bought this stamp and die set from Heartfelt Creations several years ago, and although I've used the flowers, the "Decorative Leafy Frame" set had yet to get used. I adore the way this card turned out and will have to keep these stamps and dies handy for future projects!!

I used Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive to put my flowers together and to adhere the frame and flowers to the background. 

The lace on the edge of the card is adhered using Helmar Fabric Glue. Because this lace is sheer in places and the glue would show through, I applied the adhesive just to the lace edge that is tucked under the frame/flower layer.

This triple loop bow is tied from dyed rayon seam binding. I adhered it to the card using Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive. The bow tails are positioned and then adhered with small dabs of 450 Quick Dry Adhesive.

I used Helmar Zap Dots between some of the layers to add dimension and to give space for adding the Prima die cut doilies. The doilies and other layers are adhered with Helmar Premium Craft Glue.

One final shot.

Thanks for stopping by today!!
Remember to grab a can of Helmar Crystal Kote Matte Spray
to seal your watercolor based mediums.

Helmar Products

Other Products
K&Company ~ Brenda Walton - Celest Designer Paper
K&Company ~ Brenda Walton - Flora & Fauna Specialty Paper
Fancy Pants Designs ~ Road Show - 12x12” Paper Pad
Cardstock, white ~ Stash
Pearl Bead ~ Stash
Darice ~ Wire, 24 guage
Close to My Heart ~ Opaques, mocha
Lace ~ Stash
Hug Snug ~ Rayon Seam Binding, white (Really Reasonable Ribbon)
Ranger ~ Distress Ink, Brushed Corduroy
Ranger ~ Archival Ink, Jet Black
Caran D’Ache ~ NeocolorII Water-soluble Wax Pastels
Prismacolor ~ Watercolor Pencils
Faber-Castell ~ PITT Artist Pen Big Brush, black
Higgins ~ Drawing Ink, brown, white
Heartfelt Creations ~ Mini Vintage Floret PreCut Set HCPC 3502
Heartfelt Creations ~ Open Vintage Floret PreCut Set HCPC 3500
Heartfelt Creations ~ Vintage Floret Dies HCD 727
Heartfelt Creations ~ Decorative Leafy Frame HCD 731
Prima ~ Metal Die - Doily2 #572792
Ranger ~ Inkssentials - Water Brush, Fine Detail Nib
Zutter by Donna Salazar ~ Distrezz-it-All
Tim Holtz ~ Grid Blocks
Sizzix ~ Big Shot
Martha Stewart ~ Scoring Board

Thanks for stopping by! I Treasure your comments.
~ Blessings ~

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Mom's Garden Mixed Media Layout for Donna Salazar

My mom adores spending time in her flower gardens. Their home by the lake is so lovely with the beautiful blossoms she nurtures. Here's one of her gardens by the lake. I hope it warms your heart. I've featured Donna Salazar's products and have created a new blossom from her Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L organza ribbon. 

Here's a sneak peek.
The bottom left Open Organza Rose is my new creation.
Hop on over to Donna's blog for more photos and all the details HERE.

DSD Products
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
Pennant Set (Canvas Flags)
Lace Ribbons
Texture Ribbons (Organza)
3D Foam Swirls
Mix’d Media Inx ~ Storm, Adobe, Vintage
Mix’d Media Inx Embossing Powder ~ Jasmine
Smooch Spritz ~ Caramel Latte, Ice Rink, Sea Breeze
Twinkle Dust Glitter ~ Pralines & Cream
Bitty Blossoms
Rose Creations
Wonderful Wings
Donna Salazar Designs
Cotton Lace Stamp
Dear Sir Stamp
Partner Products
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L ~ DODZ™ - 3D 1/4”
Spellbinders ~ Artisan X-plorer
Clearsnap ~ Foam Blending Tool

Other Products
GCD Studios by Donna Salazar ~ Natural Beauty 12x13 Pad
GCD Studios by Donna Salazar ~ Family Jeans
Donna Salazar ~ Crafty Chronicles
Mulberry Paper, Ivory ~ Stash
DreamKuts by Donna Salazar ~ Grandma’s Garden - Garden Journal Cards
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ Cosmos Daisy Stem Flowers, purple
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ 10mm Open Roses, white
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ 15mm Open Roses, white
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ 6mm Rosebuds, white
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ 8mm Rosebuds, white
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ Tuscany Rosebuds, white
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ Heather Stem Flowers, white
Petaloo ~ Botanica Collection - Minis, Yellow
Petaloo ~ Textured Elements - Burlap Wild Sunflowers, yellow
Petaloo ~ Tiffany’s Treasures - Jewel Centers, Topaz Gold
Spellbinders ~ Wonderful Wings Shapeabilities
Crystal Flourish ~ Stash
Darice ~ Rhinestones
Bead Landing ~ Filigree Jewelry Findings
Darice ~ Chicken Wire
Darice ~ Sequins
Liquitex ~ Gesso, clear, black
Golden ~ Soft Gel
Martha Stewart ~ Sparkle Texture Effect
Higgins ~ Drawing Ink, white
Ranger ~ Alcohol Ink, butterscotch, caramel
Pan Pastels ~ Rich Gold
Americana Classic ~ Stncil - Jacobean Floral
Helmar ~ 450 Quick Dry Adhesives, Fabric Glue
Liquitex ~ Splatter Brush
Darice Heat Tool

Thanks for stopping by! I treasure your comments.
~ Blessings ~

Friday, February 20, 2015

Floral Birthday Card for Leaky Shed Studio and February Prima Product Pick

Hi everyone, I'm back to share the close-ups and product list for the floral birthday card I posted earlier this week on the Leaky Shed Studio blog featuring two of my favorite classic Leaky Shed Studio chippies: the gorgeous Spring Butterfly and Small Ring Frame.

I was inspired by the fabulous colors in the February Prima Product Pick Palette and have used lots of Prima goodies here as well. Scroll on down for a product listing.


For technique details, please hop on over to the Leaky Shed Studio blog post: HERE.

Leaky Shed Studio Products

Prima Products
Sweet Fairy Collection ~ Romantique #843052
Nursery Rhymes Paper Pad
A4 Watercolor Paper ~ Jaime Dougherty #980269
Frost Gypsy Roses #565770
Princess ~ Happily Ever After #574406
Sweet Taffy Lavender #542603
Lace ~ Alencon Collection #545475
Lyric ~ Wood Buttons #564995
Say It In Crystals ~ #551452
Hello Pastel ~ Say It In Crystals #563967
Art Basics ~ Soft Gel, Matte #961428
Color Bloom ~ Pressed Petal #573881
Color Bloom ~ Gold Foil #573805
Resist Chalk Edger – Vintage Pink, Black Coal
Metal Dies ~ Doily 2 #572792
Metal Dies ~ Leaves #572839
Stencil ~ Flourish 6x6” #564278

Other Products
Clearsnap by Donna Salazar ~ Mix’d Media Inx – Wisteria, Stormy
Helmar ~ 450 Quick Dry Adhesive
Clearsnap ~ Foam Blending Tool

Thanks for stopping by! I treasure your comments.

~ Blessings ~

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Leaky Shed Floral Birthday Card Sneak Peek

I've got a project up on the Leaky Shed Studio Blog.
Here's a sneak peek.

Thanks so much for hopping over to the 
for all the details.

~ Blessings ~

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

"Key to My Heart" Card for Donna Salazar

Valentine's Day is nearly here, and love is in the air. I'm up on the Donna Salazar Designs blog with a grungy Valentine's Day card I created for Gary featuring Donna's fabulous new Scrapbooking Adhesives by 3L products along with her products by Clearsnap and Zutter. You'll also spy some lovely products by Um Wow Studio.

Here's a sneak peek.
Hop on over to Donna's blog for all the details and more close-ups HERE.

On Donna's blog I've included a link to her video tutorial on heat embossing
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L foam shapes like the key seen here.

Donna Salazar Products
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
3D Foam Keys
Texture Ribbons (Burlap Ribbon)
Pennant Set (Denim Sheet)
Mix’d Media Inx ~ Black, Leather, Truffle
Mix’d Media Inx Embossing Powder ~ Leather
Smooch Spritz ~ Sea Breeze, Wood Stain
Emboss Gloss
Partner Products
Clearsnap ~ ColorBox – Foam Applicators 
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L ~ 3D Foam Squares – Regular, Black
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L ~ Crafty Power Tape 

Flair – From the Heart
Chipboard – Heart Confetti
Mixed Media Stencils/Masks – Heart Confetti Mask

Other Products
GCD Studios by Donna Salazar – Natural Beauty
Zutter ~ Corrugated Board
We R Memory Keepers ~ Cardstock – Storytime Cloud
The Paper Studio ~ Spare Parts – Metal Charms, Keys 
Idea-ology ~ Swivel Clasp
Vintage Button ~ Stash
Rhinestones, Brown – Stash
Sisal, natural – stash
Golden ~ Light Molding Paste
Making Memories ~ Scrapbook Colors Paint – Chocolate
Hampton Art ~ Alphabet Stamp Set #VS4191
Helmar ~ Fabric Glue
Helmar ~ Liquid Scrap Dots
Darice ~ Heat Tool
Clover ~ Kanzashi Flower Maker – Extra Small

Thanks for stopping by today! I treasure your comments.
~ Blessings ~

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Published in the February Issue of Scrapbooking.com Magazine

It's always so amazing to have my work published,
and am thrilled to share that one of my layouts is in the

Please click on the link to view the article:

Happiness Is . . .  ~ Embellishments Department

Be sure to check out the entire February Issue of Scrapbooking.com Magazine.
You are sure to be inspired and best of all it's free!

~ Blessings ~

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Bounder for Leaky Shed Studio, SATW, Prima BAP

It's a cold, but sunny day here in Ohio, in contrast to the sad day last week when we lost out Australian Shepherd, Bounder. We have so many happy memories!! He was 13 1/2 years old and was our daughter, Elizabeth's, dog. She had many fun times with him at 4-H and UKC obedience shows. They were one of the top ranked junior obedience teams for several years. When Elizabeth moved out, Bounder remained with us and he was quite a buddy to us, especially for my husband who took him on walks every day. Bounder loved to accompany us on any outdoor work we did around the house. 

I've featured Leaky Shed Studio chipboard along with lots of Prima goodies. I haven't participated in a challenge in quite a while, so I went to the Prima Build a Page Sketch and Scrap Around The World mood board to find inspiration for my Leaky Shed design team layout. Below I share how I was inspired by the lovely SATW board.


Tips and Techniques
Prima creates the most gorgeous flowers. I've clustered flowers from several collections. In order to get the patina color from the SATW mood board, I mixed Prima's Summer Sky and Sorbet Color Bloom mists, then brushed some of the flowers with the mist, then spritzed with water to get the natural variation of color I find in real blossoms. Some of the larger blossoms were also brushed with glue and sprinkled with chunky glass glitter. 

I tucked buttons from the Sunrise Sunset collection into my clusters.

Here you can see a snippet of the Leaky Shed Studio Victorian Oval Frame, which was heat embossed with a mix of embossing powders. The clock was fussy cut from a page of Prima Printery paper.

I also tucked in one of Prima's oh so adorable Typo bulbs, so the sentiment Sunrise to Sunset would travel across the page through the buttons and bulb. In several places I've added brown sewing thread for texture. 

The Leaky Shed Studio Harja Flourish Zwei fit perfectly to highlight my title framed by the Metal Lady Bird Prima Frame. I tucked in some flowers and below Bounder's name and added microbeads, chunky glass glitter and mica flakes.

There are so many sweet sentiments about remembering special moments in Prima paper collections. I've fussy cut these sweet words from several different paper collections. The doily is cut with a Prima die. I used the little Prima script stamp to edge my paper and add texture to open areas.

I just fell in love with Prima's Stamp-N-Add sets, and this is from the Butterfly Wings set. I stamped it, heat embossed, and fussy cut, shaping the wings.

More of the Leaky Shed Studio Victorian Oval Frame and Prima sentiments. For the grungy texture, I used the Prima Stone Wall #3 Stencil with crackle medium as a base, then spritzed and splattered with Color Bloom and more splatter with drawing ink. Then I topped it all with microbeads, glass glitter, and mica flakes. 

My Inspiration:

There was a ton of inspiration in this month’s Mood Board at SATW. 

First of all I was inspired by the quote. Yes – life IS a balance of holding on and letting go. I hand wrote this quote to include on my layout. 

I was also inspired by the colors and textures. The weathered wood is used in my background paper, and I’ve used the patina color in my flowers as well. 

Since this page is about the passing of time with our dear friend I included a vintage clock image in the photo cluster similar to the clock on the board. The snippet of lace on the clock inspired my use of textiles used to create the dog collar and the printed twill tucked next to my sentiment cluster. 

I also adore the vintage frames and used a Leaky Shed Studio French Oval Frame around my photo. The bucket of gorgeous roses inspired my use of flowers and roses to surround the photo. 

Leaky Shed Studio Products

Prima Products
Prima ~ Cartographer – Boussoule #990046
Prima ~ Cartographer – Carte 990008
Prima ~ Romance Novel – Dear John #844936
Prima ~ Romance Novel – Bookplate #844943
Prima ~ Printery – Pressman #843496
Prima ~ Everyday Vintage – Paintables, Pocket Cards Set One #813383
Prima ~ Wood Embellishments #563882
Prima ~ Sunrise Sunset – Wood Buttons #564957
Prima ~ Junkyard Findings – Vintage Trinkets, Small Typo Bulbs #891541
Prima ~ Tiny Junkyard Findings – Vintage Trinkets Clock Parts #891664
Prima ~ Lady Bird – Decorative Frames #563424
Prima ~ Printed Twill Ribbon
Prima ~ Resist Chalk Edger –Prima Resist Chalk Edger Set, Black Coal #892340
Prima ~ Quick Dry Fluid Chalk Ink – Old Road #891077
Prima ~ Color Bloom – Precious Stone
Prima ~ Color Bloom – Gold Foil
Prima ~ Color Bloom – Summer Sky
Prima ~ Color Bloom – Sorbet
Prima ~ Medal Die – Doily 2 #572792
Prima ~ Stamp-N-Add – Butterfly Wings #892500
Prima ~ Clear Stamp #545055
Prima ~ Stencil 6x6” Stone Wall 3 #575953

Thanks for stopping by! I treasure your comments.

~ Blessings ~

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Cherish Wedding Card with Grungy Textured Chipboard Tutorial for Helmar

I'm so excited to be guest designing this month with Helmar!!

I just adore using Helmar's fabulous products. Today I'm sharing a wedding card I created for a special young couple. I also have a fun Grungy Textured Chipboard Tutorial featuring Helmar Craft & Hobby PVA Glue to share with you.

Cherish Wedding Card

Tips and Techniques
This shabby chic texture on my chipboard title is created with Helmar Craft & Hobby PVA Glue. Please scroll down for my step by step tutorial. 

The base of this card is a handcrafted tag I received from the talented Marivic Clifton. She sells custom and special order tags and also has an Etsy shop with new and one of a kind vintage items. Details and a link to the Zeus and Zoey Etsy shop can be found HERE.

Of course, you know I had to add my own special touches. I applied more of the Helmar Craft & Hobby PVA Glue on either side of the butterfly and sprinkled with chunky glass glitter and microbeads. Because this glue dries clear, it is perfect for adding chunky textured embellishments to my projects.

Here I added mica flakes around the bottom flower cluster. I've found the best way to adhere Mica is to squeeze out a dollop of Helmar Craft & Hobby PVA Glue onto a craft mat. Pick up a single flake with tweezers and dip the back of the mica into the glue then place onto the paper. I adore how the print from the background paper shows through the translucent mica.

I added a few extra flowers and inked leaves using Helmar Premium Craft Glue. I also adhered the paper layers with Premium Craft Glue.

Grungy Textured Chipboard Tutorial

Supply List
White Gesso (or acrylic paint)
Spray Mists in colors of choice
Heat Tool

Step 1
Paint chipboard with white gesso.

Step 2
Apply Helmar Craft & Hobby PVA Glue to the surface of the gessoed chipboard. Because this piece is so intricate, I used a paint brush to apply the glue. If you are texturing a larger, less intricate piece, you could apply the glue directly from the bottle.

Step 3
Heat the wet glue until it bubbles and raises up creating texture.

Step 4
Brush with mica color mist of choice (purple here), then heat to dry. Brush randomly with second mica color mist (I used gold) and heat to dry. The mist settles into the crevices to highlight the amazing texture created by the heated glue.
 **You could spritz on the mist, but I like the control of brushing on the liquid and the benefit of less waste.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Helmar Products
Premium Craft Glue

Other Products
Handcrafted tag by Marivic Clifton of Berry71Bleu
View her Etsy shop HERE.
K & Company ~ Brenda Walton - Flora & Fauna - Ledger Paper Pad; 12" Paper Collection
Chipboard ~ Stash
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ Tuscany Rosebuds, White
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ Rosebuds - 4mm, Pastel
Wild Orchid Crafts ~ Mulberry Paper Leaves - 1 1/4", White
Clearsnap by Donna Salazar ~ Mix'd Media Inx - Wisteria
Liquitex ~ Gesso - White
Heidi Swapp ~ Color Shine - Gold
Tattered Angels ~ Glimmer Mist - Sugar Plum Fairy
Stampendous ~ Fran-tage - Glass Glitter, Lavender
Stampendous ~ Fran-tage - Mica Fragments, Lavender
Martha Stewart ~ Metallic Microbeads - Amethyst
Higgins ~ Drawing Ink - White
Darice ~ Heat Tool
Clearsnap ~ Foam Blending Tool
EK Success ~ Craft Tweezers

Thanks for stopping by! I treasure your comments.

~ Blessings ~