Wonderful Wild Sprouts

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Can you believe it's the end of the month already?!?

Where did April go?? One minute it's April 1st, and the next minute a whole month skipped by! Sheesh! I feel like the only thing I've accomplished is making tons of cards. LOL

Speaking of cards, this week I received the Greeting Farm stamps and paper I bought last Thursday at the pre sale and I was dying to ink them up and cut them out!

Let me just say this: You have to get some of this paper when it goes on sale tomorrow!! The vintage colors and funky patterns are so yummy and they're a perfect match for most of the characters and animal stamp sets that Marie creates. I will say that I do wish that she stocked these individually, because I already have some favorites out of the pack and I wish I had more of them! A girl can dream can't she?! And who can forget the new girls in town?! Their offical name are the Wild Sprouts. And they are delightful! I really hope Marie comes out with more of these girls...and boys too!

I used this week's Mojo Sketch Challenge MOJO84 for this card. I really wasn't sure about this sketch, but when I opened up The Greeting Farm papers, the colors helped me pull the sketch together in my head. I sponged all the pieces of patterned paper with Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain Distress Inks and matted them with Bazzil cardstock. The scalloped circle was cut with my decorative scissors (you can see where the scallops didn't quite match up at the top. (I don't have that small scalloped circle punch from Stampin Up.) Just for a little bit of sparkle, I added some yellow Stickles to Annika's hair clip.

Just as Dirty Girl Heather Pulvirenti mentioned in her blog post yesterday, you always notice something missing when you look at the photo instead of the actual card. I probably would have added some stitching or chocolate pearls to the edges/corners of the layers. It just feels like it's missing something! Ahhh!!

Thank you for stopping by today. Tomorrow is the start of 4 days of Hanna Stamps previews, so if you wanna see what Kristi has in store for you, I'll see you back here tomorrow - same time, same place! hehe

Stamps: The Greeting Farm 'Annika and Wonderland'
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black & Timber Brown', Creamy Caramel, Close To Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Morning Marigold, Regal Rose, Ruby Red, Sahara Sand, Soft Sky, Distress Inks 'Antique Linen, Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain'
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Bazzil cs, PP - The Greeting Farm
Access: Ribbon, Circle Punches, Fiskars circle cutter, Sponges,Stickles, Dimensionals

Oh No You Didn't!

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Happy Hump Day to you all!

Hope you're having a great week so far.

Since the sneak peeks for the Hanna Stamps May's new releases start this Friday (woohoo!), I'm giving you one last look at April's Granny Hanny set because she is probably my new favorite Hanna. *grin*

I used this week's Cupcake sketch challenge, TECC65, from Taylor Van Bruggen for this layout. Didn't really stray from the sketch at all on this one. I stamped Granny Hanny on Canson Watercolor paper and colored her up with Creamy Caramel for her skin, and Take With Teal for her dress. The panel she sits on is a piece of kraft cardstock that I sponged with Distress Inks. The horizontal panel was created using the new EK Success edge punches from Michaels. I love those things! They take up no room at all! The sentiment cracks me up. :) I figured it might make a great card for a friend who did something outrageous or perhaps passed an exam?

So starting Friday I have two new Hanna clear sets, one retro clear set, and two Rileys. With each new release this summer, Kristi is re-introducing a set that's previously been released and the design team will be showcasing it with some new energy. So be on the look out starting Friday. :D

Take care and have a great Wednesday!


Stamps: Hanna Stamps 'Granny Hanny', sentiment by Studio G mini alphabet set
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Creamy Caramel, Going Grey, Taken with Teal, Really Rust, Close To Cocoa, Cool Caribbean, Sahara Sand, Distress Inks 'Vintage Photo & Walnut Stain'
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Very Vanilla, Kraft cs, Bazzil cs, PP - My Mind's Eye '29th Street Market Collection - Fresh Mother - Mama's Curtain/Brunette Paper'
Access: Ribbon, EK Success edge punch, sponges, dimensionals

Twinkling Turtles

Tuesday, April 28, 2009


Today is Tuesday and that means another Twinkling Tuesday challenge! Although, this week, Madelyn is taking a break and her little brother (and Jack's twin), Nicky, is our temporary twinkie. He just loves frogs! Anything to do with frogs. Hmmmm, then why do I have a turtle on my card you ask?! I have it on good authority that he loves turtles just as much! ;) (Thanks Mama Diedrich!)

I pulled this little guy out from a stash of images I acquired way back when I was doing some image swaps on SCS. I have no idea which company he's from either! I looked high and low on SCS and couldn't find any info on it. If anyone knows who makes him, definitely let me know, ok?

So to showcase this cute old man turtle, I used this week's Card Positioning System's sketch challenge, CPS113. I had so much fun using last week's sketch, I had to come back for another round. *grin* Old man turtle was colored up with SU inks and an aquapainter and then for a little bit extra, I added clear embossing powder to his shell and glasses. You can sort of see it in the detail photo below. Then I layered the image on some Georgia Pacific cs, then two layers of Bazzil cs. I was going to add the sentiment on a separate piece of cardstock with a button holding it down, but I decided not to because it would have detracted from the image. I pulled out some new paper from Crate Paper for the base and added the ribbon and that's it. Nothing too hard here. I just thought that old man turtle was too cute not focus on him!

The talented Cassie Larson is this week's featured Twinkie, so head on over to her blog and check out her great work! And if that's not enough, check out what the rest of the Twinkette have created for you this week!

Thank you for stopping by and have a great day!

Stamps: Unknown, sentiment by Karen Foster Snap Stamps
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Versamark, Certain Celery, Creamy Caramel, True Thyme, Old Olive, Cool Caribbean, Sahara Sand
Papers: Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil cs, PP - Crate Paper 'Prudence Collection - Discretion'
Access: Ribbon, Clear EP, Paper Piercer, Dimensionals

Sassafras Wishes

Monday, April 27, 2009

Good Morning and a happy Monday to you all!!

Well, we had every intention on going on a bush walk, but it never eventuated. Saturday we had a late breakfast with the in-laws, then took a drive out to our favorite nursery to buy some hanging plants for our porch. Then Syd convinced them that she needed to have a sleepover. Sunday was much of the same thing so no bushwalk but we were outside a lot and that was nice.

I got a couple of cards done over the weekend, but not much else! The weather was just too nice! But one card I did finish was this one for Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenge WSC78, hosted this week by the really talented Sharon Harnist.

I pulled out my very neglected 'Oliver & Friends' set by Sassafras Lass. The last time I used this set, I didn't belong to a design team, I didn't have a blog and I was participating in a Owl card swap on SCS. This was my card for that swap. And since I've been drooling over Amy Tsuruta's fabulously fresh cards using paper by Sassafras Lass, I had to create a card using the SL line.

I first stamped out the owl, the branch and cloud onto some Georgia Pacific cardstock, colored them up then cut them out. I then sponged a piece of watercolor paper with Cool Caribbean and Buckaroo Blue for my center panel and popped the images onto it with dimensionals. I have noticed that I have to wait until the sponged ink is dry before adding any pop dots on it because it doesn't stick well until it's dry. I used my small corner punch (with the guard off) to create the scalloped edge on the smaller piece of patterned paper and sponged it with Vintage Photo Distress Inks. The larger piece of patterned paper (which was the other side of the doubled sided patterned paper) was also sponged. I love how the two sides to the SL paper are so different from each other, yet work so well together!

The sentiment is actually from a Studio G $1 set from Michaels! Doesn't it fit the SL stamps so well?! I love the sentiments from the Studio G line. I have definitely noticed that I will get a crisper, cleaner image with these stamps when I use a StazOn ink rather than SU or Distress Inks. Just like the sketch, I put the sentiment in the bottom left hand corner and used the cloud image in the upper right hand corner to balance out the card.

It's different from what I normally do, but that's what happens when I play with Sassafras Lass stamps. Just as much fun though!

Have a good one and I'll see you tomorrow with another Twinkling challenge!


Stamps: Sassafras Lass 'Oliver & Friends', sentiment by Studio G stamps
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Cool Caribbean, Creamy Caramel, Close to Cocoa, Certain Celery, Pretty In Pink
Papers: Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil cs, Canson Watercolor paper, PP - Sassafras Lass 'Life is Beautiful My Dearest Collection - Piccadilly'
Access: Ribbon, circle punches, dimensionals

Doggone Stamps Blog Hop

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Helloooooo hoppers!!

Welcome to my blog. If you've come from Jeanette Water's blog, then you're golden, but if you haven't, you might want to start back at the beginning, which is at Lauri Ingram's blog.

Ok, onto the good stuff! I'm using the hilarious stamp 'Chihuahua' on my card today. It's not hard to imagine any dog that has ever gotten into something forbidden (trash, pantry, etc) has looked this pleased with himself! Am I right?! hehehe

For this layout I used this week's CCEE Stampers sketch challenge. Now the sketch shows an oval nestie and I'd LOVE to be able to use an oval nestie, I really would - if I had any! No Cuttlebug, no Nestis. So I used my Fiskars circle cutter and decorative scissors instead to create the look of a scalloped nesties die cut. Naughty chihuahua was colored with SU inks on Canson Watercolor paper then cut out and popped on dimensionals. Lots of fiddly cutting, but well worth the result and I don't mind this intricate work. Then I sponged the circle with Cool Caribbean and layered it onto another circle and then a larger circle of Bazzil cardstock. I then ran the decorative scissors around the edge of the cardstock. I then pieced all the layers together and added the finishing touches, like Stickles on the frosting, rhinestones and a last but not least, a funny sentiment.

Your next stop along this hop is to the very talented Lorie Souther. Oh, and if you haven't stopped by Doggone Stamps lately or ever *gasp*, they're having a bit of a sale on their sports, Halloween, Spring, Summer and Winter stamps, so check them out!

Enjoy the rest of your hopping and have a great weekend!

Stamps: Doggone Stamps 'Chihuahua'
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Creamy Caramel, Close To Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Morning Marigold, Pumpkin Pie, Soft Sky, Cool Caribbean, Real Red
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil cs, PP - American Crafts 'Everyday Collection - Gidday'
Access: Ribbon, Taylor's Tiny Twinkies, Stickles, dimensionals, precision scissors, decorative scissors, circle punches

Inchie Redux

Friday, April 24, 2009

Happy Friday to you all!

What are your plans for the weekend? It's supposed to be super nice here in NH and hubby has the weekend off, so we're planning a bush walk (AKA a hike!) and picnic.

Yesterday's coffee card was so dramatic with all the sponging and rich colors, that I decided to change it up a bit and create spring feeling with the same Rubbernecker inchie stamps.

I used this week's Card Positioning System's sketch challenge CPS112 for this layout. The Cosmo Cricket paper is light and airy and perfect for the change up. I stamped the tea inchies onto Very Vanilla cardstock, then puched them out with a 1" circle punch. Then I matted them with pink cardstock. The diagonal strip was cut from VV and matted onto cream Bazzil cardstock of which the edges were cut with decorative scissors. Then I matted that onto the plain side of the patterned paper and ran another pair of decorative scissors down the edges of it. Added some ribbon, twine, a cute teacup charm and I was done.

The sentiment is covering up my first attempt and I wish I hadn't stamped it there. Oh well, practice makes perfect, right?

Tomorrow is the Doggone Stamps blog hop which starts at 10am EST over at Lauri Ingram's blog, Paperville. You'll want to hop along because I've heard there are prizes up for grabs! :)

I appreciate you stopping by today and I hope you have a wonderful weekend whatever it is you're doing. :D

Stamps: Rubbernecker 'Coffee & Tea Inchies'
Inks: Distress Inks 'Antique Linen , Tea Dye and Walnut Stain'
Papers: Very Vanilla, Bazzil cs, PP - Cosmo Cricket 'Honey Pie Collection - Ella'
Access: Ribbon, twine, tea cup pewter charm, decorative scissors, dimensionals

Inchie by Inchie

Thursday, April 23, 2009

G'day everyone!

Can you believe it's Thursday already?! Holy cow does time fly! Did you get your Greeting Farm presale stamps?! I did and I'm back on my spending freeze tomorrow. Hahaha!

This week's Mojo Sketch Challenge MOJO83 is a great one! I used the Coffee & Tea stamps I won a couple of weeks ago on the Rubbernecker blog stroll. I've never worked with inches before, but it is fun to play with little stamps that don't require much coloring for a change!

I wanted to create the color of coffee stain, so I first cut a piece of watercolor paper, then sponged on Tea Dye, Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain from Distress Inks on it in layers. (Told you I loved sponging!) Then I stamped on the Coffee and Tea inches on it in Black Soot. Matted it with black cardstock and popped it on dimensionals. Then I sponged the edges of the orange polka dot paper with Tea Dye and Walnut Stain and matted that again on black cardstock. The base patterned paper is from the K&Company's 'Day Dreams' stack and I sponged that too before applying it to the base cardstock.

This week's Our Creative Corner challenge is to use something recycled on your card, so I used these buttons that used to belong to a shirt I owned. I threw a shirt out last summer and pillaged the buttons from it.

Also, this week's Rubbernecker Wacky Wednesday #8 challenge over at the Rubbernecker blog was to use buttons and/or chipboard. Did you know that if you play along with this challenge you have a chance to win 40% off your next purchase there? They're also having another blog stroll today and you can win free stamps just like I did! Just go to the Rubbernecker blog and follow along. You've got to be in it to win it right?! :D

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Stamps: Rubbernecker 'Coffee & Tea Inchie'
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Distress Inks 'Tea Dye, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain & Black Soot'
Papers: Bazzil cs, PP - K&Company 'Day Dreams', Boxer Scrapbook Productions 'Orange Dots'
Access: Buttons, Fancy Pants chipboard 'Scrolls', Deluxe Designs 'Plain Janes' chipboard, ribbon, dimensionals

Basic Grey Breakdown

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Hello everyone!

I'm back home in New Hampshire now and probably slaving away at work when you read this. No rest for the wicked that's for sure! But is sure is good to be home. I didn't get much time on the computer over this trip (besides setting up my blog posts), so I feel like I was going through withdrawls and I got my fix this morning! LOL

The card I have to show you today is something that I created a few months ago. I didn't get around to showing you all it then, but I am now since I ran out of time to create anything new for today. It's amazing the difference in my style, or rather techniques, in that short space of time.

Back then I rarely sponged anything, but if I had made this card last night, I would have definitely sponged the edges. I feel like it's almost unfinished if I don't! LOL It really does add a lot of depth to a card which is why I like to do it. This card uses a mini set from There She Goes stamp company. I really liked this set for that sentiment. It rings so true.

I took the flowers and stamped them twice; once along the bottom and then again almost at the top so it made them appear to be longer in length. Then it was just a matter of stacking the different layers so that the sentiment was framed.

Hopefully I'm not too tired tonight to make a card to show you tomorrow. Or else I may be sadly absent tomorrow. :(

Stamps: There She Goes 'Thinking Of You' mini set
Inks: Pretty in Pink, True Thyme, Versamark
Papers: Bazzil cs, Georgia Pacific cs, PP - Basic Grey 'Sugared Collection - Darling, Delectable & Dumpling'
Access: Robin's nest dew drops, dimensionals, clear embossing powder

A Sketch from Jack

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Happy Tuesday to you all!

It's Twinkling time again and this week's sketch is brought to us by Jack, Madelynn's little brother! Good on ya Jack! His sketch is a very forgiving one and I whipped this baby up in no time flat (2 hours for me is no time flat).

I love this Granny Hanny set from Hanna Stamps! It's right up my alley for making humorous cards. To me, the walker would make a great 'support' card, so I rolled with it and created this custom saying from my Karen Foster Snap Stamps. Jack's sketch (below) shows some detail along the sides of the layout, so I used some eyelets (4 down, only 10,896 to go)
and some ribbon.

If you haven't read Kristi's blog in the last couple of days, you definitely need to read her latest blog post! She's up to something big. Something really BIG! And the DT girls don't even know about it!! Told you it was big! LOL And now even I am stalking her blog to find out what it is exactly!

On another note, sorry for the brown this week Heather! LOL Poor Heather has an allergy to the color brown. ;)

If you think this sketch is something you'd like to play with, then whip up a card, upload it to SCS or PCP with the keyword MTTSC19 and leave a link to it on Madelynn's blog post! And definitely do yourself a favor and visit the other DT girls....you might even stumble across a dirty girl! Seriously!

I'm flying home from Minnesota tonight. Plane lands at 11pm and then I have a 1.5hr drive home. Yuck. Then I have to be at work in the morning! Hopefully I have the energy to create a card tomorrow night! As always, thanks for stopping by.

Stamps: Hanna Stamps! 'Granny Hanny', sentiment by Karen Foster Snap Stamps
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Going Gray, Distress Inks 'Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain and Black Soot'
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Bazzil cs, PP - We R Memory Keepers 'Grandma's Kitchen Collection - Flower Frenzy'
Access: Ribbon, eyelets dimensionals, sponges

Wanna Play?

Monday, April 20, 2009

A happy Monday morning to you all!

I wanted to just take a moment to say thank you to everyone who stopped by and left a sweet comment about me Featured Cupcake Sampler day last Friday. It truly meant a lot to me and I feel so blessed. Thank you. :D

So as you may or may not know, I'm currently in Minnesota (Warroad- near the Canadian border) at the moment looking very interested in the making of windows.....*clears throat*! But we did go to a glass factory where they make sheet glass which was really interesting! I'm such a geek sometimes! hahaha

Anyway, I made this card Friday night and photographed it Saturday morning before I drove to the airport - I'm a crazy woman! Every Friday Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenge is released and her DT take turns hosting the challenge. This week's gracious host and (who's blog I love to stalk!) is Lori Craig.

I used this stamp from Doggone Stamps because it leant itself perfectly to this sketch, WSC77. The part that took the longest was watercoloring the Lab. I found it hard to create a lot of depth with the brown inks. I had to apply the Close to Cocoa in layers and wait until they were completely dry before adding the Chocolate Chip as my darkest layer of color. I added some black for his nose and called it quits.

Blog Hop Alert!!

If you haven't seen my little golden retriever button in the left hand column, Doggone Stamps is having a blog stroll this Saturday, April 25th. If you have stamps from DGS and would like to play along, head over to this thread on our PCP site and sign yourself up! (Mary, I know you have some! LOL) We will start the blog over at the talented Lauri Ingram's blog, so head there on Saturday morning at 10am EST.

Thanks for stopping by today and I hope Monday isn't too horrible for you!

Stamps: Doggone Stamps 'Black Lab', sentiment by Karen Foster Snap Stamps
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Close To Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Certain Celery, Old Olive, Sahara Sand
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Kraft cs, Bazzil cs, PP - Basic Grey 'Archaic Collection - Bygone Plaid'
Access: Ribbon, buttons, dimensionals

Happy Cupcake Day!

Friday, April 17, 2009

What would you do if you got an email from Taylor VanBruggen asking if you'd like to be her Featured Cupcake Sampler for this week?

Squeal? Freak out? Sprout a grin from ear to ear? Yeah, that's pretty much what I did and I couldn't respond until my hands stopped shaking! Then I called my husband to tell him the news to which he responded with "That's great honey". I should have called my SCS friends - they would have squealed with me! Needless to say, I emailed Taylor back accepting the huge honor!!

That was Wednesday morning. In the afternoon I get a call from a dear friend who had just found out that her mum had passed away. So I spent all evening with her then came home to participate in the last hour of the Club Anya blog hop which finished at 11pm. It was only then that I finally sat down do create my card for Taylor! I had to get it done Wednesday night because Thursday morning was the only chance I would have to take a photo of it during daylight hours. And then it happened; around midnight, my mojo vanished! *insert wailing here* I finally finished this card, mojo-less, around 3am Thursday morning and went to work at 8am! Bad mojo!! And my evenings are normally so uneventful! LOL

In honor of being this week's Featured Cupcake Sampler for Taylor, I created a card using cupcakes! No brainer right? And because I couldn't resist making this a funny card, I paired them up with this little guy from Starving Artistamps/Doodle Factory. He has an addiction to cupcakes! Really though, who can blame him?!

The cupcake stamps are the same $1 Studio G stamps I used on my card on Monday, I stacked them up and colored the scene in with my trusty SU inks and aquapainter. The green strip is the other side of the designer paper I chose. I stamped a little confetti image on it from a Technique Tuesday set and paper pierced around the edge of it. Out came the decorative scissors again and I edged the green strip with two different sized scalloped borders. I then added the sentiment to the center of the circle layer, matted it and added two tails for fun!

If you'd like to play along on this week's Taylored Expressions Cupcake Challenge TECC64, just create your card and leave a link to it on on Mr. Linky in Taylor's blog post.

Thank you Taylor for an amazing opportunity!!

I hope you all have a fabulous weekend and I'll see you all next week! (I'll be in Minnesota for the first half of it!)

Stamps: Starving Artistamps 'Creatures' and 'Quirky Sentiments', Technique Tuesday 'Icing On The Cake', Studio G $1 cupcake stamps
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Creamy Caramel, Close To Cocoa, Morning Marigold, Pretty In Pink, Regal Rose, So Saffron, Pumpkin Pie, Real Red, Sahara Sand
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Bazzil Bling cs, PP - Crate Paper 'Birdie Collection - Robin'
Access: Decorative scissors, circle punches, sponges

Hanna Stamps Friday Challenge

It's Friday!! At last!

Now that my work weeks are shorter (Wed-Fri), I look forward to the weekend even more (if that's even possible) because it means I can look forward to a four day weekend! I'm loving them so much!

This four day weekend is a little different though. I'm flying out to Minnesota for an all expenses paid trip...to check out a window factory!! Bhahahahhaha A local Marvin Window distributor is footing the bill to fly me and some local architects out to their factory to check out their production line. I can endure a factory visit for a plane flight and some peaceful nights to myself! ;) I like to think of it as a mini vacation. Not ideal, but I'll take what I can get! LOL

Ok, onto today's card! Today's Hanna Stamps Friday challenge HSC65 is hosted by yours truly and since it's April, my challenge is a take on the saying 'April showers bring May flowers'. Use polka dots and flowers on your card or project anyway, anyhow!

This week's Our Creative Corner challenge was a sketch and I used it for this card. I used the intravenous drip from April's new release Hospital set and 'happied' it up a bit with some fun paper from My Mind's Eye and some pretty red satin ribbon. :) I popped the image on dimensionals for some added pop to the card. And let me tell you - I cut that mounting tape ultra think for that drip stand!

If you'd like to play along with my challenge this week, just create a card and upload it to SCS using the keyword HSC65 and leave a link to it in this thread so I can leave you some love!

I'm posting another special card later this morning, so be on the look out for it!!

Stamps: Hanna Stamps! 'Hospital', sentiment by Studio G mini alphabet set
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Going Gray, Cool Caribbean, Ruby Red, Sahara Sand
Papers: Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil cs, PP - My Mind's Eye '29th Street Market Collection - Peaceful "Treasure" Golden Rubies/Ruby Red Paper'
Access: Ribbon, Prima Flowers, heart button, dimensionals

Thanks A Latte

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Happy Thursday Morning to you all!

Last night's Club Anya blog hop was a huge success! So many amazing and talented Anya fans out there! Wow! It was definitely an inspiring blog hop.

After completing my super embellished card for that hop (scroll down if you want to see it) I needed a bit of 'clean and simple' in my life again! haha

The layout for this card comes from this week's Mojo Sketch Challenge MOJO82. The stamp set is from My Favorite Things which I bought a long time ago and once attemped a card that failed miserably. I'm still on a 'show-some-love-to-the-uninked-(or under inked)-rubber-in-your-stash' kick so bare with me. I colored Miss No-Face's dress with Chocolate Chip and used a signo white gel pen to add the white polka dots. The background was colored with So Saffron ink. The bottom of the patterned paper was punched with a new edge punch from EK Success that I bought at Michaels. Added some ribbon, some dimensionals, a sentiment and I was done!

Thank you for stopping by today. Tomorrow I have not one, but two posts/cards for you! The first is for the Hanna Stamps Friday challenge and I'm this week's host! And the second one is a.....well, maybe I'll just keep that one a surprise!! ;)

Stamps: My Favorite Things 'Hot Stuff'
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Chocolate Chip, So Saffron, Old Olive, Really Rust, Cool Caribbean
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Bazzil cs, PP - Basic Grey 'Porcelain Collection - Dresden'
Access: Ribbon, EK Success edge punch, dimensionals

Welcome Anya/Ian fans!

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Hi Everyone!!

I hope you're all having a really fun time this evening on the blog hop! I know I am! I think The Greeting Farm / Anya fans are the most creative bunch of designers out there. You guys never cease to amaze me with your creativity and originality!

Since Marie asked the question last week on who our favorite inspirations were, I've been thinking about who my biggest inspirations are. I like two distinct styles of designers; the ornate and the clean and simple. Ornate designers like Claudia, Tosh and Kim because of their crazy good talent that I like to try once in a while and then the clean cut and amazing coloring styles of Anna, Leigh and Paula.

Since my style is closer to the clean cut style, I tried to channel some of Claudia's jaw dropping talent to challenge myself a bit. I only hope I did her some justice!

For this blog hop, I used the petite Anya from the 'Pretty Hat' set. I love how sweet and demure this Anya is. I stamped her on some Canson watercolor paper and colored her up with SU inks and an aquapainter. Then I cut her out and ran a sharpie around the edges of her to cover the white edges of the paper. For the base layer I cut a square of K & Company patterned paper into two triangles, sponged the edges of them with Tea Dye Distress Inks and then matted them with some Bazzil cardstock. I then added a hidden piece of thin cardstock to the back of the two triangles to keep them in place and added some ribbon to the front of them.

The next layer is an acetate journaling tag that I found at Michaels in the paper aisle. It's cool isn't it?! I've never used acetate before so this is a first for me. I added a matted circle of patterned paper to the center of it for the sentiment. Then I added the flowers (also from Michaels), antique brads and last but not least Pretty Hat Anya and her little dog.

Thanks so much for stopping by tonight and have fun on the rest of the blog hop!

Stamps: The Greeting Farm's 'Pretty Hat' and 'Panda Friends'
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Creamy Caramel, Certain Celery and Buckaroo Blue, Really Rust, Close To Cocoa, Cool Caribbean, Pretty In Pink, Distress Inks 'Tea Dye & Vintage Photo'
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Bazzil Bling cs, Bazzil cs, Best Creation Inc. Acetate journaling tag, PP - K & Company 'Ancestry Collection'
Access: Ribbon, Prima Marketing Inc 'Nursery Tales Collection' Vintage Style Flowers and Fancystix Flowers, buttons, Making Memories antique brads, Kaiser Scrapbooking adhesive pearls, dimensionals, sponges

A Lifetime Friend

A happy Wednesday to you all!

So last week when I was blog hopping late one night I stumbled across a sketch challenge that I didn't know existed. You've probably heard of it because I've been known to live under a rock sometimes! It's called the Weekend Sketch Challenge or Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenge and it's hosted every Friday by some amazing designers. This week's sketch WSC76 is hosted by the really talented Lauri Schmidlin.

After drooling all over The Greeting Farm's DT member Elena's card using the new Never Ever set, I had to ink mine up! I will be honest with you - I bought this set just to get my hands on Wendy! The set has a Peter Pan in it, but I LOVE this version of Wendy! I love how she has her head in a book, those thick goggle glasses are adorable but most of all I love how breezy her hair and dress looks. So soft and girly!

First I stamped Wendy on Canson Watercolor paper then colored her with SU inks and my aquapainter. Then I cut her out and ran a Sharpie around the edges to cover the white edges. I cut out the purple circle out and stamped the BG Flurries stamp on it with Distress Inks 'Tea Dye' and layered it onto a larger Georgia Pacific cs circle and then onto a scalloped circle cut from the same Bazzil Bling cardstock as my base layer.

The sketch had two horizontal bands across the bottom, so I created one with Martha Stewart's edge punches and the other with some ribbon. The patterned paper is from My Mind's Eye 29th Street Market collection and I found it at Michaels of all places! Finally, they're getting some good paper in stock!

Tonight is the Club Anya blog hop which starts at 7pm CST (8pm EST) over at the Club Anya blog. I'm going to be playing along, so I hope you can make it and see some amazing cards by all the Anya fans.

Thanks for stopping by again! :)

Stamps: The Greeting Farm's 'Never Ever' and 'For Someone', Basic Grey clear stamps 'Flurries'
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Creamy Caramel, Close To Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Perfect Plum, Sahara Sand
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Georgia Pacific, Bazzil Bling cs, PP - My Mind's Eye '29th Street Market Collection - Carefree "Precious" (Baby Blanket/Lush Lilac and Pretty Petals/Sweet Pea Paper) & Carefree "Cherish" (Lovely Lines/Very Violet Paper)
Access: Ribbon, Martha Stewart edge punch, Marvy scalloped circle punch, EK Success circle cutter, eyelet, dimensionals, sponges

Hit The Road Jack

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

It's Twinkling Tuesday time again and this week we have our sweet Madelynn back with a sketch challenge for us.

For those of you who don't know the story behind Madelynn's Twinkling Tuesday sketch challenge, here's a recap: Madelynn is Jessica Diedrich's (AKA Club Anya VP and The Whimsical Butterfly) 8 year old daughter who started skething layouts because she would see her mum working with them all the time. Madelynn has her own design team and blog and every week creates a new sketch for anyone to play along with.

When I saw this week's sketch I will admit that I freaked out just a little! I started racking my brain for stamps in my stash that were individual yet still tie together well. Then I pulled the Inkadinkado Road Trip set out and thought the caravan's would work really well!

I adore the old silver airbuses and mini campervan's like these! I love how their bodyshapes are rounded and very little straight edges to them. Which is why I like VW beetles - all curves! :)

Nothing much to this card but I think that's why it works. I stamped the caravans on Georgia Pacific cardstock and colored them in with Going Gray and Cool Caribbean. Instead of using some ribbon, I drew the horizontal lines behind the images with a Signo pen. I think anything wider would have detracted from the images. Then I just added a couple of brads and stamped the sentiment for the 'third' image in the layout. I popped the patterned paper layer as well as the caravans onto dimensionals for some added depth.

If you think you'd like to play this week's sketch challenge, just upload your card to PCP or SCS using the keyword MTTSC18 and leave a link to it on Madelynn's Twinkling blog.

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great Tuesday!

Stamps: Inkadinkado 'Road Trip'
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Going Gray, Cool Caribbean
Papers: Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil cs, PP - Junkitz 'Destinations Paperz "0359-Mini Icons"
Access: Brads, Signa White Gel pen, dimensionals

One Dollar Cupcakes

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Good Morning! :)

Did you have a great weekend and Easter? We had a great day yesterday. Syd hunted for eggs in my MIL's basement since it was far too cold outside this year. She rounded up a huge shopping bag full of candy and small toys! (Time to purge her toy collection again!)

My card for you today was created using Taylor's Taylored Expressions Cupcake Challenge (TECC63) issued last Friday. I don't own many cupcake stamps, but a few weeks ago I bought these Studio G ones from Michaels. Yes, $1 Studio G stamps! Typically I will only buy them for their sentiments, but when I spotted these cute cupcakes I couldn't resist!

I stamped the cupcakes out on Georgia Pacific cardstock and colored them up with SU inks. Then I punched them out with a circle punch and matted them onto larger circles cut from Bazzil cardstock. I mounted them as a set of four images on the top layer. I then folded two different colored flowers from Heidi Swapp and added a fun brad to the center of it for a fun header to the card.

Remember how I mentioned a while back how more often than not the names of the patterned papers matched the theme of the card? Well this patterned paper by Imaginisce hit the nail on the head. It's from their 'All Kinds of Happy' collection and the name of it is...'Pink Frosting With Sprinkles'!! Crazy isn't it?! hahaha

Before I go, I just wanted to mention that I will soon be playing with some new stamps!! Last week Rubbernecker held their first ever blog stroll to showcase their new release of stamps and I won the Coffee and Tea Inchie set!! Thank you Red Hot Momma's and Rubbernecker! :)

Stamps: Studio G stamps
Inks: StazOn 'Black Soot', Creamy Caramel, Close To Cocoa, Pretty In Pink, Pink Passion, So Saffron, Morning Marigold, Pumpkin Pie, Ruby Red
Papers: Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil cs, PP - Imaginisce 'All Kinds of Happy - Pink Frosting With Sprinkles', Scenic Route 'Charlotte Collection - Scrap Strip 2'
Access: Decorative scissors, sponges, circle punches (1-1/8" and 1-1/4"), stickles, Heidi Swapp flowers, Making Memories brads

Welcome Little Ones

Friday, April 10, 2009

My sweet friend Michelle is expecting her first grandsons any day now and I've been dying to make her a baby card. Yes, I said 'grandsons'. Her son and daughter in law are expecting twin boys any day now! And I'm sooooo excited for her!

I definitely wanted to create an elegant card in blue hues, so I pulled this double sided patterned paper that I bought from Hanna Stamps. It has a really nice damask pattern on it which I love. The stamp set I used is from Wordsworth. I was given this set by my dear friends on SCS for my birthday last year. They really are good to me!

Anyway, so first stamped the little onsie in Soft Sky onto the Very Vanilla cardstock then watercolored it in a bit and used So Saffron to create a bit of shadow behind it. Then I stamped the beautiful quote in Chocolate Chip straight onto the onsie image. That layer was then sponged with Antique Linen and a tiny bit of Vintage Photo. I layered it onto more Very Vanilla and then Bitter Chocolate Bazzil cardstock. The blue layer was sponged around the edges with Weathered Wood and stamped with the 'baby text' stamp twice because we're celebrating twins! Then the base layers edges were sponged with Weathered Wood and Vintage Photo for added depth.

I was originally going to stack each layer of this card completely plumb to each other but when I was stacking before gluing them down, they accidently shifted on me and I realized that it looked better that way! Love happy accidents don't you?!

Today's Hanna Stamps Friday Challenge (HSC64) is hosted by the talented Diana Gibbs and her challenge is to create a birthday card. Technically, this is a birthday card, and I've used paper that I bought from Hanna Stamps...ya think Diana might give me the gong?! LOL

Michelle, I hope you and your growing family love the card! Congratulations Grammie! :) Have a fabulous weekend everyone and a wonderful Easter!!

Stamps: Clearly Wordsworth 'V015 Baby'
Inks: Chocolate Chip, Soft Sky, So Saffron, Distress Inks 'Antique Linen, Weathered Wood & Vintage Photo'
Papers: Very Vanilla, Bazzil cs, PP - Prima Marketing, Inc. 'Aurora Collection - Heavenly'
Access: Ribbon, Kaiser Adhesive Pearls 'Blush', dimensionals sponges

Oh Dear!

Thursday, April 9, 2009

I had different plans for this Whipper Snapper image.

I usually go to bed and dream up different layouts or sentiments to go with the images I've colored and up until the night before last, I had another layout planned for this image. Then this layout formed in my head and the other idea vanished! Does that ever happen to you?

I'm still pleased with how it turned out. It looks a little on the elegant side, but then you can't help kaugh at this little guy! This is a great image isn't it?! I think his whiskers or sprouts are hilarious! Perfect for get well cards!

One of the things I really like to do is choose paper colors that are complementary (or almost) to the main color on the image. That way the image really stands out. So when I was flipping through my stash I pulled this piece out by K&Company (that my friend Mary sent me) because it was mostly red, but still had a hint of that yellow/green color in it from the bug.

Again, he was colored with SU reinkers and an aquapainter.


More blog candy anyone?!

My wonderfully talented friend Kadie Ensley, who also happens to be on The Greeting Farm's Design Team this Spring (plug plug) is giving away some of their lovely stamps (the Fairies) and all you have to do is leave a comment and follow her blog!?! How easy is that? So go now - follow her blog, see some delicious cards and you just might win some CANDY!

Hmmmm.....all this talk of other people's candy and I haven't even given any candy away of my own. Shame on me, no?! Don't worry, I will have some soon.....I've been hoarding a few of my favorite things for you all. ;)

See you all tomorrow!

Stamps: Whipper Snapper Designs 'Caught A Bug', sentiment by Studio G Mini Alphabet set
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Morning Marigold, Really Rust, Ruby Red, Cool Caribbean, Creamy Caramel, Close To Cocoa
Papers: Canson Watercolor paper, Bazzil Bling cs, PP - K & Company 'Mira Designer Mat Pad'
Access: Ribbon, dimensionals, stickles

Monsters Celebrate Easter Too!

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

No, seriously they do! They tip toe around trying to find all the hidden eggs, but more often than not, they step on them with their big hairy feet! Or at least this guy does!

I snapped this guy up a while back from Victoria Case Art Designs because he was different to all the easter images I've seen while blog hopping. Poor monster looks so scared of being a bunny!

This week's Our Creative Corner challenge is to create an Easter themed card/project. Perfect challenge for Mr Bunny! He's colored up with my trusty SU inks and aquapainter on watercolor paper. I paired him together with Bazzil Bling cardstock and Sassafras patterned paper for some cheery color and pop! I left off the sentiment because 1. I don't have a whole lot of sentiments, and 2. It would be hard to tell that this was anything but an easter card! :) A simple card but these are probably my favorite.


Wanna win free stamps?!

Check out the new stamp sets being released from Starving Artistamps and DoodleFactory!! They're awesome! Especially Super Mom and Dad!! Hilarious!! I think I may have to break my spending freeze pact for these! :) If you'd like to win one of these sets, just tell someone about them!

Thanks for stopping by today; I always appreciate the company.

Stamps: Victoria Case Designs 'Monster Easter'
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', So Saffron, Really Rust, Creamy Caramel, Close To Cocoa, Cool Caribbean, Sahara Sand
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Bazzil bling cs, PP - Sassafras Lass 'Life Is Beautiful Collection - Golden Love'
Access: Ribbon, button, dimensionals

Forget me not!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

This week's Twinkling Tuesday challenge is a great one and one that everyone can play because we ALL have stamps that we 'had to have' but they've never seen a drop of ink since they day they joined your collection! Am I right??

Well, I went through my SU sets and I've actually inked all of them up! Granted, I only own about 30 sets, but they've all been shown some love and that's all that counts! So then I looked through my clear sets and one set in particular jumped out and dared me to ink it up...Here's The Scoop!

My sweet friend Kelly gave it to me as part of a Secret Sister Swap we did before Christmas and I haven't inked it up because...well, I was scared to! I own a couple of MFT's sets and the first card I made was a success (even though I found it hard), but then the second one I tried bombed completely (and I never finished it) so I've been scared to use them again! I think it's because I'm not sure how much to paper piece on them and/or how little to color in.

Anyway, so I thought that it was high time I tried making a card from this set (since it was a gift - thank you Kelly!) and I should overcome my fear of these stamps. It is a challenge after all! I decided to just paper piece the chair and color up everything else. The paper is a bit busy, but those polka dots reminded me of M&M's and while I was coloring up the image, I was listening to Iron Chef America on the food channel and the key ingredient was chocolate!! So of course I subliminally chose some chocolate looking paper. (I swear every word is true Heather!) The layout is a CASE of a beautiful card by the amazingly talented Lauri Schmidlin.

If you think you'd like to show some uninked rubber some love this week, make a card or project with it, upload it to SCS or PCP with the keyword MTTSC17 and leave a link to it on the Twinkling blog. Check out what rubber the other Twinkling girls have neglected but loved this week by visiting their blogs (list is on the left).

Thanks for stopping by today!

Stamps: MFT 'Here's The Scoop'
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Certain Celery, Morning Marigold, Ruby Red, Creamy Caramel
Papers: Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil cs, PP - American Crafts 'Everyday Collection - Gidday'
Access: Ribbon, dimensionals

Happy April Release Day!

Monday, April 6, 2009

Good Morning!!

Did ya'll have a good weekend?? We went bowling Saturday night and made DH some carrot cupcakes on Sunday. A pretty relaxing weekend really.

If you weren't on the computer over the weekend, you may have missed all the sneak peeks myself and the Hanna Girls have been showing you. You can scroll down to check out all of my sneak peeks and check in HERE and HERE for the rest of the Hanna girls' awesome work. Tonight at 9PM is the release party where there will be hilarious chatter, awesome giveaways and after which all the sets we've been teasing you about will be available in the Hanna Stamps store.

Here's one last sneak peek for you using the adorable Perfume Sophie. The layout is from this week's Taylor Vanbruggen's Taylored Expressions Cupcake Challenge (TECC62). It was perfect for showcasing this Sophie!

I used my Riley Copic Marker set on her body and antlers and carefully watercolored her shoes and perfume bottle with SU inks (since I don't own copics in any other colors). The image layer is sponged with Antique Linen from Distress Inks then layered on Georgia Pacific cs and a scalloped layer of Bazzil cardstock. The two squares are Basic Grey patterned paper sponged with Distress Inks and layered on Bazzil cs. Even though the two patterned papers are from different Basic Grey collections, I think they work well together because of the typical 'distressed' look to them. I then added some sheer ribbon and dew drops to pull the whole card together.

I hope you've enjoyed all the sneak peeks this weekend and I really hope you can stop by the release party tonight and say hi!

Take care,

Stamps: Hanna Stamps! 'Perfume Sophie', The Greeting Farm 'Never Ever'
Inks: Distress Inks 'Black Soot, Antique Linen, Tea Dye', Riley Copic Marker Set, Sahara Sand, Morning Marigold, Cool Caribbean
Papers: Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil cs, PP - Basic Grey 'Urban Prairie Collection - Bountiful & Sugared Collection - Delicious'
Access: Ribbon, Robin's Nest Dew Drops 'Sunflower', dimensionals

Hanna Stamps Sneak Peeks: Day Three

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Is there a doctor in the house?? No, but there's a pretty young nurse willing to help out!

Introducing the Hospital Set!

This first card uses 4 stamps from the Hospital Set. The pills and the pill bottle are separate stamps. I really like how this card turned out. It showcases the accessories from the set nicely. This card was made for this weeks Hanna Stamps Friday Challenge HSC63 hosted by the lovely Adela Rossol.

I sponged the edges of the red patterned paper and the white stamped pieces with Distress Inks. Then, to make the stamped images pop off the page a little, I used Sahara Sand and my aqua painter to add a little shadowing to them.

This card uses three other stamps from the new set. I really wish I had this set when my husband was going through dialysis. It would have come in handy for some thank you cards. Today I created a birthday card because well, doctors and nurses need birthday cards too!

I hope you all have a wonderful and restful Sunday. Thanks so much for stopping by today.

Stamps: Hanna Stamps! 'Hospital', Karen Foster Snap Stamps
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Sahara Sand, Distress Inks 'Antique Linen & Vintage Photo' , Cool Caribbean, Certain Celery, Morning Marigold, Close To Cocoa
Papers: Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil Bling cs, PP - Basic Grey 'Boxer Collection -
Wing Tip & Vintage Tee', Scenic Route 'Metropolis Collection - Market Street'
Access: Ribbon, dimensionals, sponges, buttons, twine,

Hanna Stamps Sneak Peeks: Day Two

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Happy Saturday to everyone! Hope you all have something fun planned. It's very wet here so we're planning some indoor activities today.

Day Two of the Hanna Stamps sneak peeks and I have a new Moose to share with you! Meet Perfume Sophie! She's a doll and a half isn't she?!

I used this week's Mojo Sketch Challenge, MOJO80 which was a great sketch to work with. Miss Sophie is colored up with copic markers from the Riley Copic marker set exclusive to Hanna Stamps. I lightly watercolored in some ground shadows with Sahara Sand SU ink and a Cool Caribbean background for some depth. Isn't this patterned paper beautiful?! It's from My Mind's Eye and it's soooo delicious! I think I may have to go back to my LSS and nab some more of it! :D A few more sheets can't hurt! hehe

This month's guest designer is none other than Michelle or rather SCSer Dirty Girl alumni sf9erfan!! Are we lucky or what?! Do yourself a favor and check out her work! :D

Thanks for stopping by today and I'll see you back here tomorrow with two more sneak peeks. :D

Stamps: Hanna Stamps! 'Perfume Sophie', MFT 'Everyday Sentiments'
Inks: Distress Inks 'Black Soot', Cool Caribbean, Pretty In Pink, Sahara Sand, Riley Copic Marker Set
Papers: Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil cs, PP - My Mind's Eye 'Bloom & Grow Collec tion - Bijou Birds Brown'
Access: Ribbon, circle punhes, Robins Nest dew drops 'Sunflower', dimensionals

Hanna Stamps Sneak Peeks: Day One

Friday, April 3, 2009

Rise and shine girls!! It's time to take out your rollers, put your knee-high stockings on and pull your big girl pants up! Yes, it's Hanna Stamps sneak peek time again and this month it's a tribute to the old folks.

Introducing Granny Hanny!

She can accessorize, her handbag is lethal and you'd better not mess with her lawn! Isn't she a hoot? I just had the best time creating these cards with this set! Granny Hanny is so fun to color up and wait till you see this set in full - you'll bust out laughing for sure!

Between the two cards, I've used 5 of the 11 stamps from this set. Granny Hanny is the main image and then she has a bunch of accessories like the goggle glasses, the prune juice and the cup of teeth. The teeth just crack me up! See if you can spot some others in the sneak peeks the rest of the design team girls have for you this weekend!

As always, I watercolor the images, this time on Georgia Pacific cardstock for it's smooth appearance. The layout for the second card came a Sweet & Sassy sketch from Hanna Alumni girl, Janette Olen's blog. I found the patterned paper at Michaels recently and couldn't believe how perfect it was for this set! Can you guess what the collection is called? Grandma's Kitchen! Perfect right? :D

I hope you all enjoyed today's sneak peeks. I will have a new moose for you tomorrow! As always, thanks for popping in!

Stamps: Hanna Stamps! 'Granny Hanny', Karen Foster's Snap Stamps
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Creamy Caramel, Pretty In Pink, Old Olive, Buckaroo Blue, Cool Caribbean, Elegant Eggplant, Morning Marigold, Chocolate Chip, Close To Cocoa, Sahara Sand, Distress Inks 'Tea Dye, Vintage Photo & Black Soot'
Papers: Georgia Pacific cs, Bazzil cs, PP - We Are Memory Keepers 'Grandma's Kitchen Collection - Rich Ribbon & Flower Frenzy'
Access: Ribbon, circle punches, sponges, Zig pen, dimensionals

Coffee Anyone?

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Happy Thursday to you all!!

I stamped up a storm last night for the Hanna Stamps sneak peeks! Ok, 2 cards in one night is a storm for me! LOL And let me tell you that they are FUN! Hanna Stamps are definitely fun and Whipper Snapper stamps are DEFINITELY cute!

I love, love, love this guy!! See how he's slowly turning brown from all the coffee he's been drinking? Poor thing needs a cleaning! *grin*

Mr Egg is watercolored with SU inks and an aquapainter as usual. Since I tried to keep him as white as possible, I colored the background behind him to make him pop a little. His shoes are a combination of Really Rust and Chocolate Chip. There is a matching sentiment for Mr. "Egg"spresso, but for some reason I decided not to get it....don't remember why now. So I used my Starving Artistamps sentiment instead. Works just as well!

Ok, starting tomorrow and all through the weekend I'll have Hanna Stamps sneak peeks to show you! And then Monday is the April release party in the SCS Hanna Stamps forum starting at 9pm EST, so clear your calendars! Toodles.

Stamps: Whipper Snapper Designs "Egg"spresso, Starving Artistamps/Doodle Factory 'Quirky Sentiments'
Inks: StazOn 'Jet Black', Creamy Caramel, Really Rust, Chocolate Chip, Morning Marigold, Cool Caribbean, Sahara Sand
Papers: Canson Watercolor, Bazzil cs, PP - My Mind's Eye 'Wild Asparagus Collection - My Grandpa'
Access: Ribbon, dimenionals, buttons

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