Sunday, October 27, 2013

Spooky Cute Halloween Brownie Pops!

Eeeeeeeeek! Halloween is right around the corner! I have a really fun project to share with you today!

I made some adorable and delicious Halloween Brownie Pops to give out as spooky gifts for Halloween.  I made the cute box the pops are standing in too - the box displays them so nicely!

Believe it or not, the hardest part of making the pops is the time spent deciding how you want to decorate them and shopping for the supplies.  Many of the ingredients you can pick up at your local grocery store or Target.  For more variety in decorating supplies, I recommend taking a trip to your local Michael's or Joann's as well.


  • Box of Brownie Mix & Ingredients to Make Brownies per Box
  • Lollipop Sticks
  • Wilton Candy Eyes
  • Wilton Candy Melts - I used melts in Black, Vibrant Green, Orange, and Lavender.
  • 2 Boxes of Baker's Premium White Chocolate Baking Bar (4oz Box)
  • Twizzler's Black Licorice Nibs (For Frankenstein's Bolts)
  • Wax Paper
  • Mini Pretzel Twists
  • Styrofoam Square
  • Toothpicks

  • Instructions:

    To make the brownie pops, I used the Brownie Pop Recipe by Betty Crocker linked here.  Below, I have listed some helpful tips/tricks when making the brownie pops (incorporate these into the recipe's instructions if you would like).  Also, I have listed specifics on how I made each pop into a Halloween character - Mummy, Frankenstein, Jack-O-Lantern, and Three-eyed Monster, and how to make the cute gift box to display the pops:


    1) I recommend adding an extra egg to the batter.  It will help with forming the cake pops later.

    2) After the brownies have cooled, remove any hard edges from the brownie pan.  I did this by cutting one large rectangle in the pan excluding 1/4" from each side of the pan.

    4) Cut the brownies while in the pan into 1.5" squares - each square can be rolled into a ball and ensures each pop will be the same size.

    5) Add additional flavor by adding a few butterscotch chips or white chocolate chips to the melted candy mixtures.

    6) Use white chocolate with food coloring instead of colored candy melts.  If using chocolate chips, add 1 tablespoon vegetable oil for every cup of chips when melting.  See additional info on melting chocolate here.

    7) Cover decorated pops with mini clear treat bags and close using twine or ribbon.

    Decorating Pops as Halloween Characters:

    Mummy - Dip pops into melted white chocolate.  Add candy eyeballs before chocolate hardens.  Place pops into refrigerator for 30 minutes so chocolate hardens.  After cooled, add strips of melted white chocolate to create the mummy (tip: over a bowl, let the melted chocolate drip off a spoon onto the pops while you turn them).  Cool in refrigerator for another 30 minutes.  After cooled, add the mouth using a toothpick dipped in melted black candy.

    Frankenstein - Cut Black Licorice Nibs into two pieces using a scissors.  Dip pops into melted green candy.  Add bolts (Nibs) and candy eyeballs before chocolate hardens.  Place pops into refrigerator for 30 minutes so chocolate hardens.  After cooled, add strips of melted black candy to the top of the pops to give Frankenstein hair.  Add the mouth and scars using a toothpick dipped in melted black candy.

    Jack-O-Lantern - Break mini pretzel twists into pieces that look like pumpkin stems.  Dip pops into melted orange candy.  Add pretzel stems and candy eyeballs before chocolate hardens.  Place pops into refrigerator for 30 minutes so chocolate hardens.  After cooled, add the mouth using a toothpick dipped in melted black candy.

    Three-Eyed Monster - Dip pops into melted purple candy.  Add candy eyeballs before chocolate hardens.  Place pops into refrigerator for 30 minutes so chocolate hardens.  After cooled, add the mouth using a toothpick dipped in melted black candy.

    Lollipop Gift Box:

    The box, fence, bat, and pumpkins are digital die-cuts (SVGs) by SVG Cuts.  If you don't have a electronic die-cutting machine, you could use a small gift box and pop small holes in the top to place the pops - just make sure you place Styrofoam inside the box to hold the pops in place.

    For SVGs users, cut and assemble the box, bat, and pumpkins based on the default size setting of the file.  The box is from the For My Valentine SVG Kit.  The bat and pumpkins are from the Spooky Cuties SVG Collection.  To make the fence that goes around the box, I used the fence from the Elmhurst Hollow SVG Kit and resized it to 7.25W x 3.862H in SCAL (note: delete the extra wood strips before sizing as you don't need these).  Cut the fence out twice and glue around the box so the ends come together on each side of the box.

    Add brads or black pearl stickers to the middle of the bat's and pumpkins' eyes - this makes them look like the candy eyeballs on the brownie pops!  Also, add a sentiment to the box if you would like.

    Your brownie pops and gift box are ready for someone special to take home!  I hope you enjoyed this project and give these pops a try!  They are sure to make someone smile!


    Saturday, October 19, 2013

    EEK! Crafting with My Nephew!

    Spooky Greetings All!

    I have been so busy researching my family heritage that I haven't had much time to craft or blog.  I have really missed playing with paper and staying connected with all of you, my crafty friends. 

    I got a little time to craft with my nephew yesterday and thought I would share the card he and I made for his mom/my sister.

    My nephew really liked the spider web and spider SVGs from the Lettering Delights Little Boo-ligans Accent Cut It Set so we made those the focus of the card.  He also picked out the colors - hence the orange eyes!!!!  :)

    I made the card a circle shape so the spider web would really pop on the card and we added a little EEK! flag.  To make the flag, we used a little flyer and alpha stickers from the October Afternoon Witch Hazel collection and some twine from the Farmhouse collection.

    Check out the super creative note on the inside:

    Don't you just love what my nephew did with the letters to bring them to life in a spooky way?  This was totally his idea and it turned out so cute!  The "e" is supposed to be a zombie!  BTW - I didn't help him with spelling - that would take away some of the cuteness factor!

    Here is a pic of my nephew with the completed card!  :)

    Thanks for stopping by to see our card and Happy Holloween!  :)


    Saturday, September 21, 2013

    October Afternoon Warehouse Sale 2013!

    If you have been following my blog, you know how much I LOVE October Afternoon and their products.  I was very fortunate to Guest Design for them last April - you can see what I made with their AWESOME products HERE.

    I went to the October Afternoon Warehouse Sale for the first time last year and because I know how awesome it is, I made sure to mark my calendar for this year's sale so I wouldn't miss it!

    Last year, I went to the sale on it's opening night and it was fun (you can read my blog from last year HERE)!  This year, I didn't get to the sale until the second day - the earliest I could get there!  I am sure I missed out on some great items as they do say to shop early and often.  I will surely be stopping by again on Sunday to pick up those items I should have got (and can't get out of my head), to see if there are any new items I have to have, and fingers crossed - maybe some slashed prices! (UPDATE 9/22/13: I bought more goodies on Sunday and OA didn't disappoint!  Some prices had dropped and I found some items I had to have!)

    The warehouse sale is in Apple Valley, MN - not too far from where I live - about a 30 minute drive.  The sale features great bargains on old and new October Afternoon collections.  The newest collection at the sale was Travel Girl which I was very excited about as I didn't have any in my collection yet!  This year there was a bargain room; however, I thought everything was fairly priced throughout the entire warehouse. Below, I share what I picked up at the sale along with the bargain prices I paid!

    First up, I grabbed as much Travel Girl as I could find!  I got the 8x8 paper pad for $5, brads for $2.50, buttons for $1, washi tape for $1.50, and the miscellany pack for $2.  For spending over $50 at the sale, I got the 12x12 patterned paper pack for FREE!!!!  This was a nice surprise and very generous of Mr. and Mrs. October Afternoon!  Can't wait to play with these goodies!

    Next up, I picked up 30 sheets of Sticky Keys/Mini Market Alpha Stickers!  They were $3 for 5 sheets!  I usually pay $2.50 per sheet for these yummies.  The sale had most of the varieties that have been released so I surely stocked up!!!!

    Next up, I got these sample sized papers from older collections - I am guessing these were used at CHA as sales samples?  These were a steal at 25 sheets for $1!

    I also stocked up on goodies from a variety of collections.  From Witch Hazel, I grabbed the Sprinklers for 2 for $5, the miscellany pack for $2, washi tape for $1.50, chipboard shapes for $2, and tin pins for 2 for $3.  From Sasparilla, I got the 8x8 paper pad for $2 and the trims pack for $1.  I got a couple other miscellaneous items too - buttons from Farm Girl and Midway at $1 each, brads from Make it Merry for $2.50 and a 12x12 paper pack for $1!

    There were loads of goodies to chose from so making the final selections to purchase was difficult!  If you are in the area, I hope you are able to make the sale.  The selections and bargains were terrific and the employees were all very pleasant and helpful.  You are sure to be smiling ear-to-ear when you walk into the warehouse!


    Sunday, September 8, 2013

    My Stache!

    Sunday was a great day!  I spent the day with my family celebrating my nephew's birthday - he is now 10 years old!!!!  Boy, he has grown up fast!  I made him a fun mustache card and mini box for his birthday.  The 'stache' box holds all the money he got for his birthday - get it "my stache!"  :)

    To create the card, I used Lori Whitlock's Mustache SVG Set.  I left the mustaches in the same order they were in the SVG file making it so easy to create the card!  I resized the SVG file to fit a 4.5x5.5 card, cut it out on white card stock, and then pasted strips of patterned paper behind some of the mustaches.  You may be asking, what collection is the adorable paper from?  Well, it is the Swagger Collection by Fancy Pants.  Absolutely love this collection and all of the 'staches' in it - I definitely pulled inspiration from it!

    To create the mini box, I used Lori's Mustache SVG set again as well as Lori's Ghost Window Box.  In SCAL, I removed the ghost from the top of the box and added 3 mustaches to create a fun die-cut pattern on the top of the box!  Once I assembled the box, I added some white card stock to the back of the top of the box to make the mustaches pop.  To finish off the box, I added a button from the Swagger Collection with the perfect sentiment on it and added two strips of paper underneath the button to make it look like a ribbon.

    My nephew definitely loved these (my sister may have loved even more)!!! 

    I hope you'll have a great week!


    Friday, September 6, 2013

    Children are Born, Traditions are Passed, Love Continues On - Friends with Flair Friday!

    Greetings and Happy Friends with Flair Friday over at the Unity Stamp Co. blog!

    I am so happy to be back on my blog sharing the start of my family heritage scrapbook (the title page that is!).  My mom, sister, and I have been getting together a lot lately to research our family heritage - which by the way has been very interesting!  I have been using to lay out my family's tree, and there have been lots of interesting facts I have found along the way.  For instance, one of my ancestors and his wife were one of the first families to come to America.  They were Amish and started what is now called Pennsylvania Dutch country.  Three of their children fought in the Revolutionary War and, there is a book that is published about him and his family!  Pretty cool stuff!

    Given the theme of this scrapbook is family heritage, I am going all out to make sure it looks vintage.  My Tim Holtz products, Unity Stamps, and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist are coming in really handy. 

    For the title page, I used papers from two different collections - Echo Park's Reflections by Lori Whitlock and Heidi Swapp's No Limits.  Together, these two collections create a nice mixed media feel.  I added some old dictionary paper in the background as well.  Also, I created a checkered pattern on the base layer (turquoise) using glimmer mist and burlap.

    To ensure a vintage look, I wrinkled up the papers and used my Tim Holtz Paper Distress Tool and lots of Distress Ink in Tea Dye.

    For the title, I used the Reflections collection to create the word 'Family.'  I cut it out of one of the 12x12 papers, then cut it into three horizontal pieces to give it some texture.  I love the effect this gave it. 

    The word 'Heritage' was created using a Papertrey Ink alpha die along with lots of Glimmer Mist.

    I couldn't imagine this page without keys and a clock so I added these elements as well.  The key stamped image is from Unity Stamp's Aug 2012 Kit of the Month.  I created the clock hands using SVG's from Lettering Delights (I would share a link to the SVG collection, but it was clearanced out a couple months ago).

    Lastly, I had to add a quote that speaks to what ancestry is all about.  I used Microsoft word to create the quote, then printed it out and cut it into strips.

    I hope this page has you grabbing for your vintage tools and supplies!  I will share more pages from my family heritage scrapbook in the coming weeks.

    Happy Friday ya'll!


    Saturday, April 27, 2013

    Giveaway Winner!!!!!

    Hi there!  I hope everyone is having a great weekend so far!  In Minnesota the sun is out and it is beautiful outside!  I am working on a project inside so I am making sure to take breaks and step outside!

    I am so excited to share the name of the winner of the October Afternoon Midway Collection Prize Pack!  She is one incredibly lucky lady!!!!! 

    And the winner is..........................................................

    Erica Bass

    Congratulations Erica!!!!  I will send you an email today to get your address!

    A HUGE thank you to everyone that entered the giveaway and to those that have started following my blog and/or Facebook page.  Welcome!  I can't wait to share more of my work with you and get to know you all better too!


    Friday, April 12, 2013

    Let's Celebrate! Giveaway Time! See What's Inside the Box!

    It is time to celebrate!  I am the Guest Designer this month over at the October Afternoon blog and my first project is up - check it out here.  If you are coming from the October Afternoon blog, welcome!  You will be very glad you came to visit! 

    So what is inside the box?  Any guesses???  I know you are going to love what is inside!


    Who wants to win this prize pack!  I do and I am giving it away!  A huge thank you to October Afternoon for being so generous with the goodies they sent me!  I had enough to share!  :)

    What's Inside:
    • 1 Midway Collection Kit (Includes 12 sheets of 12x12 Double-sided Patterned Papers, Shape Stickers, Word Stickers, Alpha Stickers, and Label Stickers)
    • 1 Midway 8x8 Paper Pad
    • 1 Pack of Midway Designer Brads
    • 1 Pack of Midway Tin Pins
    • 1 Sheet of Sno-Cone Mini Market Stickers (Coordinate with the Midway Collection)
    • 8 Mini Treat Bags (Clear, 4x3)
    • 2 Star Pins by Maya Road (1 Blue, 1 Yellow)
    • 2 Pie Circle Banners from the Midway Sew Fun Banners Pack
    • 1 Bag of Charms Fluffy Stuff Cotton Candy (Not Pictured)

    Enter to win this prize pack using the widget below:

    a Rafflecopter giveaway

    Best of luck with the giveaway!  Make sure to stop by the October Afternoon blog every Friday this month to see more of my projects!


    Friday, April 5, 2013

    Surprise! Guest Designer at October Afternoon!!!!

    Happy Friday!  I have some very exciting news to share! 

    I am the Guest Designer on the October Afternoon blog for the month of April!  I am beyond thrilled and feel so lucky to have been asked! 

    Every Friday in April, I will be sharing a project on the October Afternoon blog using my favorite OA products!  I have a little surprise in-store for you on my blog too, so make sure to stop back here next Friday!

    If you would like to see some of my previous work using October Afternoon products - CLICK HERE!

    Also, please go check out my intro on the October Afternoon blog. I share a bit about myself including some fun stuff like what super power I would love to have! 

    Remember to stop back here next Friday and celebrate with me!  You will not be disappointed! :)


    Saturday, March 23, 2013

    This and That, Playing with Scraps!

    Happy Saturday!  The weather is warming up a little bit in Minnesota, though we are a long way from it feeling like Spring here.  My driveway is an ice skating rink!!!!

    Today I wanted to share a card I made using scraps from the Echo Park This & That Charming collection.  I love this collection - the color palette can be masculine or feminine.  My life has turned upside down over the last few months, so I felt like making a card that exudes encouragement - "You are Brave, Clever, Strong."

    I had lots and lots of fun playing with the papers in the collection.  I cut out the banner from the "Border Strips" paper, got it wet, crumbled it up, then layered them on top of each other.  I love the effect it created!

    The word cards are cut from the "Primer" paper.  For the background of the card, I used several papers from the collection.  I love creating my own backgrounds using multiple patterns - it always seems to make the card pop!

    To finish the card off, I added some Caribbean twine from The Twinery.  I am playing with the banners challenge at The Twinery blog!

    Here's to hoping your day is full of encouragement!


    -This & That Charming Collection by Echo Park (Paper and Stickers)
    -Cardstock by Recollections
    -Twine in Caribbean by The Twinery
    -Button from Papertrey Ink
    -Distress Ink in Vintage Photo by Tim Holtz

    Thursday, March 21, 2013

    Tattered Floral Challenge!

    I am a procrastinator - wish I wasn't, but I am!  I am finally getting around to making something for the Tim Holtz Tattered Floral Challenge - only one day left to enter!!!!!

    My papercrafting style changes depending on the materials I use (at least I think it does).  I love cute and fun, and I love vintage and my Tim Holtz products!  I consider the card I made for this challenge to fall in the latter.  I used the Tattered Floral Die by Sizzix/Tim Holtz to make the pretty tissue and tulle flower on this card.  As you may have guessed, using this die is a requirement for the challenge.  :)

    To make the flower, I cut 2 of the largest flower and 4 of the medium flower.  The tissue I used is called "Terminology" by Tim Holtz Idea-ology.  It cut very easily with the die - it has a waxy texture so it doesn't rip easily!  I colored the flower cuts with colored misting spray and while wet, crinkled them up.  Once dry, I unfolded the cuts, then layered them on top of each other (the largest flower cuts on the bottom).  I also layered in some tulle to give the flower more dimension and added distress ink and liquid pearls to the edges, tissue leaves, and a pretty button to the center.

    The friendship sentiment is a stamp by Tim Holtz (Heartfelt collection) and the pretty ribbon is from Stampin' Up!.

    I have some news I really wish I could share too!  All I can say at this point is that I will be guest designing for a truly awesome scrapbooking company in the near future.  I am beyond excited!!!!

    That's it from me for now.  Hope your day was/is awesome!  :)


    -Sizzix/Tim Holtz Bigz Die - Tattered Florals
    -Patterned Paper by My Mind's Eye

    -Terminology Tissue by Tim Holtz Idea-ology
    -Stamps by Stampers Anonymous/Tim Holtz Visual Artistry 'Heartfelt' Collection
    -Cardstock by Recollections
    -Ribbon by Stampin' Up!

    -Button by Papertrey Ink
    -Pink Ballon Sprinkler by October Afternoon
    -Distress Ink in Vintage Photo by Tim Holtz
    -Liquid Pearls in Platinum Pearl by Ranger

    -Blossom Builder Punch by Stampin' Up! (Leaves)

    Monday, March 11, 2013

    Thank You for Helping Me Grow!

    Happy Monday!  Today I am sharing a gift box I made for someone that has been there for me through all of my recent struggles (and there have been many).  I will share my story at some point in the near future - I am not ready yet.  I am so thankful that I am able to craft and share my projects with you all - it lifts me up!

    The gift box has a sweet little barn on the top of it!  Isn't it cute!  The gift box and fence are from the Santa's Village SVG collection by SVG Cuts!  All SVG collections at SVG Cuts are on sale for 25% off - use coupon code SPRING2013!  A great time to pick up SVG collections you have been wanting! 

    I added lots of fun details to this.  When I start with the little details, I sometimes have a hard time stopping with them!  This gift box is cute from all angles - make sure to see all of the pics below!  There is a garden on one side of the barn and chickens on the other, and a little surprise inside!  :)

    The sentiment is from the February 2013 Kit of the Month by Unity Stamp Company.
    Isn't this sentiment so sweet and perfect for this gift box!!!!

    View of the garden and corn stalks:

    The pitch fork, corn stalks, and milk jug are from the Grandpa's Organic Farm SVG collection by SVG Cuts

    View of the chicken coop:

    More Details:

    I used embossing to create the worn look of the barn and it's roof. Love texture!

    I used buttons to trim the box - love this effect!

    The patterned papers and stickers are from the Farm Girl collection by October Afternoon.  The majority of the buttons are also by October Afternoon (various collections).  Which gets me to the surprise inside..........................................................

    It is the girl from the Farm Girl collection!  She is inside the barn milking a cow.  Wish you could see it in person (the picture doesn't do it justice!).

    Thanks for sharing my project with me!  Below is a motivational quote that I felt like sharing - it's a good reminder to live life to it's fullest! 

    “If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten.” -Tony Robbins


    -SVGs by SVG Cuts (mentioned above)
    -Unity Stamp Set - February 2013 Kit of the Month
    -Patterned Paper, Stickers and Buttons by October Afternoon, Farm Girl Collection

    -Red buttons by Papertrey Ink
    -Cardstock by Recollections and Bazzill
    -Distress Ink in Vintage Photo by Tim Holtz
    -Embossing Folders by Sizzix/Stampin Up!
    -Gem and Pearl Stickers by Creative Charms

    -Mini Wood Dowel (for sign)

    Friday, March 8, 2013

    Easter Greetings - Meet Peter!

    Hi there!  Today, I am sharing an adorable Easter card I made with the cutest bunny ever.  He is a SVG from the Easter Bunnies collection by My Scrap Chick.  Isn't he cute!!!!!!  I am gonna name him Peter for purposes of this post!  LOL!

    I used paper from the Farm Girl collection by October Afternoon. Love this collection! The jar of carrots that Peter is holding is part of this collection as well (cut from the paper).

    The "happy" stamp is from a past SMAK kit by Unity Stamps and the letter stickers used for "Easter" are by October Afternoon.

    I am entering this card into the following challenges:
    Creative Cutting Challenge - Easter Card
    Paper Issues - Spring Project

    So what do you think of Peter?  Hoping you all have a fabulous weekend and get time to craft (if you like to craft that is!).  :)


    -Bunny SVG by My Scrap Chick, Easter Bunnies Collection
    -Unity Stamp Set - Nov 2011SMAK Kit
    -Patterned Paper and Buttons by October Afternoon, Farm Girl Collection
    -Cardstock by Baazill Basics and Stampin' Up!
    -Rustic Twine by Papertrey Ink
    -Mini Market Letter Stickers by October Afternoon in Teal/Black
    -Distress Ink in Old Paper by Tim Holtz

    -Cotton (Peter's Tail)
    -Journaling Marker by Stampin' Up! in Black (Whiskers/Mouth)
    -Circle Nesting Dies by Sizzix
    -Gem and Pearl Stickers by Creative Charms

    Monday, March 4, 2013

    Call Me

    If you follow my blog, you know how much I love Unity Stamps, October Afternoon, and Lettering Delights.  Today, I am sharing a card I made using all of these!

    I was recently looking at the October Afternoon blog and I was inspired by some fun cards using the 9 to 5 collection.  You can see these cards here.  The papers in the 9 to 5 collection are so colorful and retro, and they worked perfectly with the telephone themed stamps and SVGs I used for this card.

    I cut the 'telephone index' paper in multiple pieces and layered them to make it look like an actual tabbed index.  There aren't any contacts listed in the index - I thought about adding some, then decided to keep it blank so it didn't take away from the rest of the card.  Sometimes too many details is not a good thing.

    The telephone dial background stamp is from the Unity Stamps November 2011 SMAK kit and the 'call me' sentiment is from the February 2013 Kit of the Month.

    The phone and scalloped frames are SVGs from the Good Company collection by Lettering Delights.

    -Phone and Scalloped Frame SVGs by Lettering Delights, Good Company Collection
    -Unity Stamp Sets - Feb 2013 Kit of the Month, Nov 2011SMAK Kit
    -Patterned Paper, Brad, and Buttons by October Afternoon, 9 to 5 Collection
    -Cardstock by Baazill Basics and Stampin' Up!
    -Rustic Twine by Papertrey Ink
    -Silver paper clip by Stampin' Up!
    -Chevron Embossing Die by Cuttlebug
    -Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist - Riptide
    -Sprinkler in Token by October Afternoon
    -Distress Ink in Vintage Photo by Tim Holtz

    Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to call me (pun intended)!  :)


    Saturday, March 2, 2013

    Thinking of You

    Remember me?  I hope you do! :)  I am still around - I just haven't been able to craft the last couple months.  Life has been challenging and crazy for me, and I am hoping it gets better soon.

    Today I am sharing a card I made for a dear friend that has been struggling a lot lately.  I chose to embellish the card with butterflies because they symbolize hope and have that uplifting quality.  I was inspired by the February "Be Inspired" Unity Stamps Challenge - the sketch and the colors.  I love, LOVE, love my Unity stamps and used several for this card! 

    I created the background for this card using many of my craft supplies.  I used a misting mask, spray ink, dictionary paper, distress ink, a doily punch and Unity stamps.  I love creating my own backgrounds!  I love being able to mix different patterns and colors to get the perfect, yet imperfect vintagy look.  Not sure "vintagy" is a word, but I am thinking you know what I mean!  :)

    I was also inspired by a card I saw on Pinterest that had a multi-colored stacked paper butterfly.  You can see the card I was inspired by here.  I decided to create a similar butterfly for my card! 

    Below is the list of materials I used for this card:
    -Unity Stamp Sets - With Her Own Wings, BorderLINE Love, Feb 2013 Kit of the Month, July 2012 SMAK Kit
    -Cardstock by Baazill Basics & Stampin' Up!
    -Dictionary Page
    -Mistables Misting Mask by Pink Paislee
    -Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist - Multiple Colors
    -Sprinkler in Pink Balloon by October Afternoon
    -Distress Ink in Old Paper by Tim Holtz
    -Butterfly Punch by Stampin' Up!
    -Doily/Circle Scallop Frame Punch by EK Success
    -Gem stickers by Want2Scrap & Creative Charms

    Thank you for coming by!  Hoping to share another project this weekend so come by again!