Sunday, May 19, 2019

Happy Father's Day

It's time for a new challenge over at the Sunday Stamps blog and this week we have a fun color challenge featuring masculine colors!

I decided to make a Father's Day card featuring a set from SU called Geared Up Garage. I used 5 of the colors from the graphic....the red for the car, the green for the sentiment, the black for the gears,  the darker tan for the card base and then the lighter sand color was used for the background behind the images and sentiment. There was no coloring for this card, just stamp, die cut and place on card!

Make sure you head on over to the Sunday Stamps blog to see what the rest of the DT created and then play along with us, we'd love to see what you do with these colors!




Stamps: Geared Up Garage (SU)
Paper: Crumb Cake (SU), Basic Black (SU), Poppy Parade (SU), Whisper White (SU)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Tranquil Tide (SU), Sahara Sand (SU)
Accessories: Garage Gears Thinlets (SU), dimensionals

Friday, May 17, 2019

Roll the Dice

This weeks Creative Confetti Challenge over at the Power Poppy blog is a fun one! Julie wants us to roll a dice to find out what we are to do, she has listed various challenges to go with each number on the dice. I made a video of me rolling the dice so no one can yell cheater LOL but I don't know how to post it, so until I figure it out trust me when I say that I got number 6, which is to CASE a card that you previously made. *I figured out how to post the video, woooohoo LOL*

I decided to CASE this card that I made back in January. I just really like the overall simplicity of it. What can I say, I like simple! This time I used some retired DSP from SU that goes with this Power Poppy stamp of my favorite mushroom perfectly.









Stamps: Wild Mushrooms (Power Poppy)
Paper: Crumb Cake (SU), Lemon Lime Twist (SU), Poppy Parade (SU), Neenah Solar White, Painted Seasons DSP (SU retired)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Copics: R12, R14, R17
E40, E41, E42, E43, E44
G09, YG01
C0, C1
Accessories: MFT Blueprints 13 and 29, MFT Inside and Out Stitched Circles, dimensionals


Tuesday, May 7, 2019

All Caught Up

All caught up is definitely not me right now LOL I am behind on challenges, my house is a disaster as I get ready to dive into projects and my anxiety is through the roof! I made myself make time to finish this card today though. I've had it colored and ready to put together for a few days, I just needed a little extra push!

The Creative Confetti challenge over at the Power Poppy blog was a sketch last week and I love sketches! I used the digital set Fly Guy for my card and colored it with various copics, then used some patterned paper in my stash to create a Father's Day card.


Thanks for stopping by!


Stamps:Fly Guy (digital set, Power Poppy) Leaping Trout (sentiment,digital set Power Poppy)
Paper: Soft Suede (SU), Neenah Solar White, DCWV The Guy Stack PP
Ink: Old Olive (SU), Soft Suede (SU), Printer Ink
Copics
Accessories: MFT Blueprints 10 and 32, MFT Inside and Out Stitched Circles, dimensionals



Sunday, May 5, 2019

One Layer Father's Day

It's time for a new challenge over at the Sunday Stamps blog and this time it's a sketch and I'm the host!

I'm a pretty simple kind of gal when it comes to cards and so with this sketch I was going for a one layer card. I originally planned on doing a big flower in the corner but decided to go with this trout image from Power Poppy instead. This is one of my favorite images to use for masculine cards, especially since my hubby loves to fish and I love to eat the fruits of his labor :)

I lined up the image and sentiment in Word the way I wanted it and then I printed it out and colored it with copics. Nothing fancy, just print and color. I sent the finished card image to my youngest son, who loves to fish just like his dad, and he gave me his approval on the trout!

The DT has some terrific interpretations of the sketch so make sure you head on over to the Sunday Stamps blog to see their creations and then play along with us, I'd love to see how YOU interpret the sketch!!




Thursday, May 2, 2019

Reason to Smile

I've had zero mojo lately, spending my time just staring at my desk and not really having any desire to do anything. I think part of my problem is that it's just about the end of the school year and for me that means tons of projects to do around the house since I have a month off. We're going to be ripping out the carpet and installing tile flooring so my house is in shambles right now as I start to prepare for that....I think the anxiety from having stuff shoved here and there and knowing I have to move this and that is messing with my head big time!

To force myself to work on this funk I decided to play along with current sketch at Freshly Made Sketches. I've got a huge pile of various images that I colored during the Daily Marker 30 Day Challenge and need to make into cards so I grabbed one of those images for my card.

I used some retired SU DSP for the top half of my card and the card base is Flirty Flamingo. I sponged the edges of the DSP with Sahara Sand because the stark white edges bother me LOL I die cut an oval out of Sahara Sand, popped the image up on it and then heat embossed the sentiment in white.


Thanks for stopping by!


Stamps: MFT PI Little Shutterbug
Paper: Flirty Flamingo (SU), Sahara Sand (SU), Neenah Solar White, Pick a Pattern DSP (SU retired)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark
Copics: R30, R32
E50, E51, E53
C1, C3, C5
W2, W4, W6
Accessories: MFT Inside and Out Stitched Ovals, dimensionals, White Embossing Power



Monday, April 29, 2019

Adding Sunshine

For this card I am playing along with 2 challenges...the sketch from Freshly Made Sketches and the Creative Confetti challenge over at Power Poppy.

The sketch this week is a fun one! I embossed a white background and then used a die to cut out my image panel, using the clear stamp set Loving Tulips from Power Poppy. I love yellow tulips so that's the color I decided to go with for my flowers and then I used some yellow patterned paper from my stash against all the white and to carry the yellow theme through. I went with a gray card base, pulling the gray from the vase.

The theme over at Creative Confetti is to plant kindness....."use the word kind in your creation or create something with kindness in mind i.e. thinking of you, just because, etc.". I'm acknowledging the kindness I received from one of the teachers from the school I work at....I'm a night custodian for the school district and after the big earthquake on Nov.30 my original school was severely damaged so we had to move next door to the high school and combine grades 6-12. This meant a whole new routine and classrooms to care for after over 7 yrs of my routine at the middle school. The high school art room is one of my rooms now and the other day the teacher left me a very sweet handmade gift and a lovely card thanking me for the work on her room. I was very touched and wanted to her know what a bright spot that was for me, so I made this card to thank her for her kindness!

Thanks for stopping by!




Stamps: Loving Tulips (Power Poppy clear stamp set), Sunflower Power (sentiment, Power Poppy digital set)
Paper: Basic Gray (SU), Neenah Solar White, DCWV Basics and Brights PP
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Printer Ink
Copics: Y02, Y04, Y06
YG03, YG63, YG67
C00, C1, C3, C5
W0, W3
Accessories: MFT Blueprints 2 and 4, SU TIEF Fancy Fan (retired), MFT Inside and Out Stitched Circles, dimensionals



Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Baseball Birthday

After a bit of a hiatus Mo's Digital Pencil is back with a challenge blog and for the first challenge back it's Anything Goes with an optional theme of 'spring'. 

I'm a baseball fan so for me spring means the start of baseball season, and after the season my football team had I was really looking forward to my baseball team bringing some joy back into my life ROFL The image is called Johnny Baseball and I had him sitting on my desk already colored in blue and gray, otherwise I would have colored him in my teams colors of red and white.

I grabbed some striped DSP because with baseball I always think of pin stripes. I then added a strip of Smoky Slate across the middle of the card to divide the top and bottom. The sentiment was stamped in blue to match the theme and the image is popped up over the middle of the card.

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Johnny Baseball (Mo's Digital Pencil), All Occasion Sentiments (MFT retired)
Paper: Neenah Solar White 110#, Smoky Slate (SU), Pacific Point DSP (SU)
Ink: Printer Ink, Pacific Point (SU)
Copics: B91, B93, B95
T0, T1, T3
E31, E33, E35
Accessories: MFT Blueprints 2, dimensionals



Sunday, April 21, 2019

Pansy Love for Mother's Day

It's time for a new challenge over at the Sunday Stamps blog and this week we have a fun color challenge for everyone to play along with!

It's funny, I cannot stand the color purple EXCEPT when it comes to flowers. I love purple flowers, especially pansies. The purple and yellow pansies/johnny jump ups are my absolute favorites and so I decided to use this pansy digital stamp from Power Poppy for my card. I colored the image with purple, yellow and green copics (using 3 of the colors from the graphic) and used my Scan N Cut to cut out the image.

My layout came from this weeks Freshly Made Sketches. I stamped the sentiment on a white panel and then embossed the panel with a folder from SU. I added the vertical strips, using some retired DSP from my stash, and then I popped up the image over the strips. It was all adhered  to a purple card base.


I'm also playing along with the Power Poppy Creative Confetti challenge Think Spring. Pansies are always the first flowers to pop up in my flower beds after the snow melts, they are a sure sign that spring/summer is on the way here in Alaska!

Make sure you head on over to the Sunday Stamps blog to see what the rest of the DT created and then play along with us!




Stamps: Pansies (Power Poppy Digital Stamp), Teeny Tiny Wishes (SU retired)
Paper: Gorgeous Grape (SU), Neenah Soloar White, Hello Honey DSP (SU retired), Blackberry Bliss DSP (SU retired)
Ink: Printer Ink, Gorgeous Grape (SU)
Copics: Y02, Y15, Y19
V05, V06, V09
YGO3, YG63, YG67
Accessories: MFT Blueprints 29, SU TIEF Pinewood Planks, dimensionals

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Bold and Bright with The Color Throwndown

I'm thrilled to be a guest over at The Color Throwndown blog today! The colors are bold and bright...yellow, orange and blue, perfect for those of you that are ready for summer temps and colors!

For my card I used the Dahlia XL stamp from Power Poppy and colored it with orange and yellow copics, I just love that combo for this flower! I then die cut some yellow and orange patterned paper to help highlight the colors of the dahlia. To incorporate the blue I used blue card stock for my base and then stamped the sentiment in blue, and popped that up over the flower.


Make sure to head over to The Color Throwdown blog to see all the fabulous creations and then give the colors a whirl, I'd love to see what you come up with!



Stamps: Dahlia XL (Power Poppy)
Paper: Pacific Blue (SU), Neenah Solar White, Hello Honey DSP (SU retired), Tangelo Twist (SU retired)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Pacific Blue (SU)
Copics: Y02, Y15, Y19
YR02, YR04, YR07, YR09
Accessories: MFT Blueprints 27, dimensionals

Moose Snowboarding

Over at the Inky Paws Challenge they have a sketch so I grabbed my favorite snow boarding moose (from the set Moose Mountain) and made a card.

I've had this image colored and sitting on my desk for a few weeks now so the challenge was the perfect excuse to get him up on a card. I reached into my stash of paper and used some really old SU PP that matched the colors of the moose's snowsuit. I felt like he was just kind of plain popped up on the front so I stamped the sentiment, used a circle punch to cut it out and then adhered that above the ribbon going across the top of the banner.

Thanks for stopping by!



Stamps: Moose Mountain (Newton's Nook)
Paper: Smoky Slate (SU), Neenah Solar White, Welcome Neighbor DSP (SU retired)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Old Olive (SU), Pumpkin Pie (SU)
Copics: forgot to write them down, ooops!
Accessories: Pumpkin Pie ribbon (SU retired), SU TIEF Softly Falling
SU Banner Framelits (retired), SU 1 3/8" circle punch, dimensionals





Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Seeing Three

I'm squeaking in with a card for the Jingle Belles challenge, which closes tomorrow. They want to see 3 of something on our project, so I went with 3 deer.

The layout is an older sketch from Freshly Made Sketches and it's supposed to be 3 circles across the front panel. Instead of circles I used deer from the SU set Dashing Deer. I stamped and die cut one and then just die cut the other 2 out of some card stock. I embossed the Crumb Cake panel and adhered that to some patterned paper I got at my local stamp store. I put all of that on a Chocolate Chip card base and then adhered the 3 reindeer to the front and called it good LOL


Stamps: Dashing Deer (SU)
Paper: Chocolate Chip (SU retired), Crumb Cake (SU), Very Vanilla (SU), Simple Stories Sweet Vintage Christmas PP
Ink: Cherry Cobbler (SU), Chocolate Chip (SU retired)
Accessories: Detailed Deer Thinlets Dies (SU), Pinewood Planks TIEF (SU), dimensionals

Monday, April 8, 2019

Let's Catch Up

 I had so much fun making a grid card for the Power Poppy Creative Confetti challenge that I decided to make another one. I was going to do a feminine card this time around but ended up using the Leaping Trout digital image instead. I guess with spring showing it's head here in southcentral Alaska and my husband talking about fishing my brain is just kind of stuck on the fishing themed cards!

Like last time I colored the image with copics and then used a die to cut the image into squares. To get them evenly spaced and lined up I used the frame that gets cut to get it all right and then I pull the frame up and toss it. After I adhered the squares I used a silver gel pen to add some sparkle to the belly of the fish and then I printed out my sentiment and adhered that to the bottom of the card.

Thanks for stopping by!



Stamps: Leaping Trout (Power Poppy digital stamp), Fly Guy (sentiment, Power Poppy digital stamp)
Paper: Old Olive (SU), Marina Mist (SU retired), Neenah Solar White
Ink: Printer Ink, Marina Mist (SU retired), Silver Gel Pen
Copics: G21, G24, YG63
R85
B41
B000, B00, B01
Accessories: MFT Square Grid Cover Up, MFT Blueprints 13 and 27



Sunday, April 7, 2019

Those That Inspire Us

It's time for a new challenge over at the Sunday Stamps blog and this week we have a fun sketch to play along with! As soon as I saw the sketch I knew I wanted to use the Painted Seasons DSP from the SU Sale-A-Bration. I am in LOVE with this paper! I got 3 pkgs of it and just may try and hoard it for years to come LOL

I cut 3 panels from the DSP, flipping the paper to use the backside on the 2nd panel. I then sponged the edges of each panel to help them blend better against the card base. I used another Sale-A-Bration item, the stamp set Part of My Story, for the sentiment. I used a die from the Rose Trellis Thinlets to frame the sentiment. I then cut out some leaves from the Detailed Leaves Thinlets and added those behind my sentiment.

Make sure you head on over to the Sunday Stamps blog to see what the rest of the DT created and then play along with us, we'd love to see how you interpret the sketch!



Stamps: Part of My Story (SU)
Paper: Early Espresso (SU). Call Me Clover (SU), Lemon Lime Twist (SU), Whisper White (SU), Painted Seasons DSP (SU retired)
Ink: Poppy Parade (SU)
Accessories: Rose Threllis Thinlets Dies (SU), Detailed Leaves Thinlets Dies (SU retired), dimensionals


Friday, April 5, 2019

Pansies and Thank You

I played along with a color challenge today, which is not something I normally do because color challenges scare me LOL However I saw the colors for this weeks Color Throwdown and knew that some pansy images I had on my desk would be perfect for this!

I used a digital stamp from Power Poppy called Pansies. I have had it printed out and on my desk for a few weeks now so these colors were the perfect thing to get me kicked into gear and coloring. It's funny, I absolutely cannot stand the color purple....except when it comes to pansies. I just adore my purple and yellow pansies, especially the little Johnny Jump-Up's. They make me smile when I see them in my flower beds!


To incorporate the gray I outlined the image with my C1 copic and then I used gray card stock as my card base.

Thanks for stopping by!


Stamps: Pansies (Power Poppy digital stamp)
Paper: Smoky Slate (SU), Neenah Solar White
Ink: Printer Ink
Copics: V05, V06, V09
Y02, Y15, Y19
YG03, YG63, YG67
C1
Accessories: Avery Elle Wonky Stitches Die


Thursday, April 4, 2019

A Fly Father's Day

 I finally found some time to stamp. I don't know what my problem has been lately, I just have zero creative energy. This weeks Power Poppy Creative Confetti Challenge definitely helped me get motivated though.

This week for Creative Confetti we are asked to create a card using a window pane or grid effect. You can use circles, squares...whatever you want!

I knew exactly what image I wanted to use, the Power Poppy digital stamp Fly Guy. It's probably not an image one would automatically think of for a card like this but hey, that's how I roll LOL

I colored the image and then I used a die I have to cut it into a grid pattern. In her post Julie talked about how scared she was to cut her colored image up and I'm not going to lie, I felt some fear too LOL Thankfully it worked out and I'm really happy with the result!

Thanks for stopping by!


Stamps: Fly Guy (Power Poppy digital Stamp), Dad + Me (Lawn Fawn, sentiment), Crackle Paint Background (SU)
Paper: Early Espresso (SU), Old Olive (SU), Neenah Solar White
Ink: Early Espresso (SU), Old Olive (SU), Printer Ink
Copics: YG61, YG63, YG91, YG95
G21, G24, G43, G46
E40, E43, E81
E00, E02
E30, E34
B01
R21
E11, E13, W5
Accessories: MFT Square Grid Cover Up Die, MFT Blueprints 13 and 27





Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Sending Peace in Blue

It's been a crazy couple of weeks and I haven't had much time to play along with challenges but today I made time to play along with Power Poppy's Creative Confetti challenge. We were to create a project using the color from the color wheel that corresponded with our birthday month and so I'm Oct., #10, and thankfully got blue! Blue and green are my favorite colors  :)

I already had this image printed out in my stash so I grabbed my copics and then colored it up. I used some old SU DSP that I've hoarded forever for my background paper and the card base is also some blue card stock that I've hung on too forever.

I wanted to keep my card pretty simple (standard for me, ha!) and so I paper pierced the edges of the image panel and that's it.

Thanks for stopping by!




Stamps: Easy Breezy Coneflowers (Power Poppy Digital Stamp)
Paper: Brocade Blue (SU retired), Patterns Pack II (SU retired), Neenah Solar White
Ink: Printer Ink
Copics: B60, B63, B66
YG04, G07, G14
Y15
YR18
COO
Accessories: MFT Blueprints 20, Paper Piercing Tool, Paper Piercing Pack Essentials (SU retired)



Sunday, March 24, 2019

Easter Hues

A big thank you to those who played along with the 200th Challenge at Sunday Stamps, we're happy to have the support!

All the DT members picked a winner from the comments left on their blogs and my winner was Chris Smith. Chris, please email me at alcojo94@yahoo.com with your mailing address so I can get your prize out to you!

This week we have a color challenge and I instantly thought Easter when I saw the colors. I don't celebrate Easter but I like making cards for my friends that do! I used an image from the MFT Pure Innocence line for my card, creating a background with an MFT stencil and then popping up my image on the bottom of the card after coloring it with copics. I used the yellow, the greenish color in the middle and the light blue for my card.


Make sure you visit the rest of the DT to see what they created and then play along with us, we'd love to see what you do with these colors!




Thursday, March 21, 2019

Christmas Chickadee

I've had a stressful week and really needed a moment to just go to my craft room and make a card. I had this image colored during the 30 Day Daily Marker Challenge and had set it aside, so when I saw the current challenge at Jingle Belles about making projects with birds on them I went "wooohooo"!

This chickadee is a digital stamp from Power Poppy. I just love chickadees, they are such adorable little birds! I watch them at my feeder all the time, as they are the main bird that sticks around for the winter (along with nuthatches and redpolls). 


Thanks for stopping by!


Sunday, March 17, 2019

Make the Moose Out of Life

Sunday is Family Day around my house, our oldest comes over and we watch a movie and have dinner, but I was able to get a quick card done before he got here.

Freshly Made Sketches has a fun layout this week and thanks to the 30 Day Daily Marker coloring challenge that took in Feb I had some colored images around. I decided to create a card using one of the Newton's Nook moose I had colored up.

I used a die from MFT to create the main panel and then embossed it with a folder from SU. I then used a stitched die from Lawn Fawn to create the middle piece. That's the smooth part of the hill my moose snowboarder is hanging out on :) I stamped the sentiment in blue, cut it out with a die and then put the card together, using a Pacific Point card base.

Thanks for stopping by!



Stamps: Moose Mountain (Newton's Nook)
Paper: Pacific Point (SU), Neenah Solar White
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Pacific Point (SU)
Copics: I forgot to write them down, oops!
Accessories: MFT Blueprints 27, Lawn Fawn Stitched Border Dies, MFT Inside and Out Stitched Circle Dies, dimensionals

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Sunday Stamps 200th Celebration

It's time for a new challenge over at the Sunday Stamps blog and I'm so excited because it's our 200th challenge! To celebrate this milestone each DT member is giving away a prize on their blog to a random comment that is left during the challenge period. Monika will be our blog for international winners so if you live outside of the US make sure and comment on her blog!

For our 200th challenge we have a great sketch from Monika! I took the sketch pretty literally and used a digital stamp from Power Poppy called Gerbera Daisies. I also have a clear stamp set with this image but went with the digital version so I could enlarge it to fit on my card the way I wanted it too.  I used some DSP from SU for my background, I liked how the yellow flowers of the paper looked against my image and the green striped portion went along perfectly with the sketch!


Stamps: Gerbera Daisies (Power Poppy digital stamp), Dynamic Duos: Glads and Gerberas (sentiment, Power Poppy)
Paper: Old Olive (SU), Neenah Solar White, Delightful Daisy DSP (SU retired)
Ink: Old Olive (SU), Printer Ink
Copics: Y02, Y04, Y08
YG03, YG63, YG67
T1
Accessories: MFT Blueprints 20 and 30, dimensionals

So what prize am I offering up as a way to say thank you? I have this fun Mama Elephant Christmas set with matching dies plus 2 Distress Oxide Ink pads!!




 One random comment will be chosen and the winner will be announced with our Top Picks on March 23rd. Visit all of the DT blogs to see their creations and then leave a comment for a chance to win on each respective blog but don't forget, Monika will be the only blog choosing a winner from outside the US!

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Sending Healing Thoughts

This week the challenge over at Creative Confetti is to use a Power Poppy bouquet of flowers on your project. Our challenge hostess, Julie K, is ready for spring but not me, I'd keep my cold temps and snow all year if I could!

I knew right away that I wanted to use the set Daffodils. I think daffodils are so pretty and I love all the different shades of yellow they come in. Yellow is such a happy color and even though winter is my favorite season I do like seeing the spring flowers when they start to pop up, which is usually the end of May around my neck of the woods!

I tried to color the daffodils in 2 different shades of yellow...I went with a pale shade and then a darker yellow. The grape hyacinth are the perfect accent for the daffodils and I colored those in with a shade of blue-violet.

I actually took my card apart 3 times before I found a layout that made me happy LOL The sentiment is from the Nice Things to Say stamp set, I thought it went well with this bouquet.

Thanks for stopping by!


Stamps: Daffodils, Nice Things to Say (Power Poppy)
Paper: Pear Pizzazz (SU), Neenah Solar White, Delicate Dots DSP (SU retired), Tea Party DSP (SU retired)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Crushed Curry (SU)
Copics: B63, B66
YG01, YG05, YG09
Y15, Y19, Y38
Y000, YOO, Y11
Y02, Y04, Y08
BO1, B04, B06
C1, C3
Accessories: MFT Stitched Rectangles, MFT Blueprints 20

Monday, February 25, 2019

Watercolored Geraniums

This week for the Creative Confetti Challenge over at Power Poppy Julie wants us to try coloring in new ways, ways that we may normally not try coloring in. This challenge made me cringe because I am not artistic at all, I can barely manage with copics LOL However I decided to bite the bullet and try something out of my comfort zone.

I bought these Zig Clean Color Real Brushes a few years ago and I think I've used them once or twice. Watercoloring scares me and even though everyone says watercoloring is so forgiving I feel like I manage to screw it up every time, so I avoid doing it. I grabbed the markers from my drawer, gave myself a pep talk and dove in!

I used the Geraniums Take Two clear set for my coloring. I love to do potted plants on my front deck and geraniums always do great, they are one of my favorite plants to work with. I love the bright red geraniums, I think they are so pretty! With the image I started with the leaves first, working in different layers of 2 colors of green. I then went to work on the flowers, only using a red marker and a water brush to help spread the color. Overall I like how the leaves came out but I think the color on the flowers could have been deeper. I gave it a try though, so thanks to Julie for pushing me out of my comfort zone!




Wish You Luck

This week over at The Paper Players they have a fun sketch and I had the perfect image laying around!

I had colored 2 of these Power Poppy images the other day as part of The Daily Marker 30 Day Challenge and so  I grabbed the image where I used the brighter greens and went to work on my card. I embossed some white card stock and then for the 2 strips I used some paper I had in my stash. I had printed the sentiment out when I printed the image so I cut that out to fit my card and then I popped up the image with dimensionals.

I'm also entering this in the Power Poppy Creative Confetti Take 10 Challenge, as this card was super quick to put together once I had the idea in my head!

Thanks for stopping by!




Stamps: Wish You Luck (Power Poppy Digital Stamps)
Paper: Garden Green (SU), Garden Green DSP (SU retired), Neenah Solar White, S.E.I. Patterned Paper
Ink: Printer Ink, Garden Green (SU)
Copics: YG03, G14, G07
YG00, YG04
BV20, BV23
W2, W4, W6
Accessories: Fancy Fan TIEF (SU retired), Ticket Corner Punch (SU retired), dimensionals