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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Hoppin' into the Holidays with TGF

Hi folks!

Welcome to my stop on the Hoppin' into the Holidays with TGF blog hop (the hop starts at 7:00pm CST which I THINK is 8:00pm Eastern)

One of the categories for creations for the hop was "Let it Snow"  (use snow in creative ways on your card).

Well, I decided to go with that category but I made something other than a card - I made a waterless snow-globe featuring Toby the Snowboarder! (click the photo for a larger image if you like)

I printed Toby (a digital stamp) on a transparency sheet and coloured the image with Copic Markers (G07, B97, B93, W5, W7, RV34, Y23, Y15). I then cut the image out with my Spellbinders Petite Ovals - making a frame with CTMH Indian Blue Cardstock to fit the image.

I then created a little "stand" using two snowflakes I cut from a snowflake garland to hold the image in place in the apothecary jar (with some glue dots on the base). I then added some Buffalo snow (fake plastic snow) to finish off the wintery snow-boarding scene.

Some thin, blue satin ribbon which I encased in a white organza, a white crochet flower and another of the snowflakes from the garland and my waterless snow globe was finished.

Kind of cute, don't you think?

Well, enough chatter from me....back to the TGF blog for the next stop on the hop! Thanks for stopping by!

ETA - my comments are moderated so if you don't see yours right away, don't worry! I'll be sure to approve them before the cut-off time for the blog hop!

Monday, November 29, 2010

November Viva La Verve Week 2

Hi folks,

Phew! I did it - all five sketches for the November Viva La Verve Sketch Challenges! YAY!!!

Using Sketch #2 I made another Christmas card. The papers are Basic Grey Jovial and I used my only Verve Christmas set - "Poinsettia Christmas" for the sentiment and the poinsettias that I "second generation" stamped on the Spellbinders Lacey Squares die cut (that I picked up from PaperWorksCo).

Hope you all have a lovely day!

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Mojo 166

Hi folks,

back AGAIN - third post for today so feel free to scroll down to see the other cards posted today. This is a sympathy card I made for one of dearly beloved's friends as his father passed away late this past week.

I used this week's Mojo Monday sketch #166 for the layout. The papers are Basic Grey Granola. I used the Verve stamp sets Kind Words and Artful Elegance.

Hope you are all enjoying your weekend.


Hi folks,

Back again with another post for today (and I have posts scheduled for the next few days as well - I've been a busy bee this weekend!). Feel free to scroll down to see the earlier post from today.

Anyways, back to this card. Dearly beloved's eldest nephew was named Player of the Week this past week for his minor hockey association. So as soon as his Dad shared that info, I knew I had to make a card for him featuring Zach the Hockey Player from PaperWorksCo.

I decided that this week's Sunday Sketch #59 from PWCO would be perfect for this card - if I just rotated it a little.

I coloured Zach with Copic Markers (Y19, C3, B97, B93, B95, C7, Y28, E00 E000) and then cut the image out with a Spellbinders Wonky Squares die that I picked up the PWCO store a little while back. Oh, in case you are wondering, the matching black mat was hand-cut using a craft knife by cutting around the outer edge of the die that was used to cut the image. The next size die was too big for my liking.

The papers are from the We R Memory Keepers MVP stack - my go to paper for sports themed cards it seems.

I hope our nephew likes his card - and knows how proud we are of him for being named player of the week.

Hope you are all having a lovely weekend!

November Viva La Verve Week 1

Hi folks,

Here's my take on the week 1 sketch from the November Viva La Verve challenges.

The papers are Basic Grey Jovial and I used the Verve "Poinsettia Christmas" stamp set for the sentiment and the poinsettia flower. Another much-needed Christmas card for my stash as I am woefully behind on my Christmas cards this year.

Only one more of the Viva La Verve November sketch challenges to go!

Challenges for this card:

- Crafty Creations: Challenge #95: Christmas cards/projects
- Crazy 4 Challenges : c4c65: use a script paper or embossing folder

Saturday, November 27, 2010

November Viva La Verve Week 5

Hi folks,

well I sat down today for a little crafty time after spending the last few days tackling the Christmas shopping for our nieces and nephews. I decided to play along with another of the Viva La Verve Sketch Challenges for November. For this card, I used the week 5 sketch.

I made one little mod to the sketch - I switched out the half circle for half of a Spellbinders Labels Seventeen die instead.

The papers are another of my favourite new masculine looking collection - Bo Bunny Mama-Razzi. I think this card will be going to dearly beloved's brother-in-law for his birthday later this week. And, of course, my one of my favourite Verve stamp sets "Wishing You" was used to build the sentiment.

Hope you all are having a lovely weekend!

challenges for this card:
- A Spoonful of Sugar: Challenge 131: Anything Goes!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

WOYWW - Nov 24

Hi folks,

it's time for another WOYWW post!

For those of you who have stopped by from time to time I have for you the long-awaited peek inside the embellishment cabinet that went up on my wall a couple of weeks ago.

I've only just begun to start sorting out some of many embellishments. I decided to start with the easy to sort stuff first - all of my CTMH embellishments. Yes, I colour-coded the drawers to match the contents by using my Stampin Up Word Window punch to punch out a card-stock tag on which I wrote the name of the colour. Inside each drawer are the buttons, brads and what-nots that match with that colour.

To say that I'm a little O.C.D. or A.R. might not be too far off the mark. The rows are even organized by CTMH colour family (thus the odd empty drawer here and there).

The bigger drawers contain the CTMH ribbons that I have that match with the embellishments stored above.

Now to fill up the rest of the drawers!

Funny thing is that dearly beloved wondered if I would have any problem filling both cabinets. Yes, laugh with me fellow WOYWWers. I did when I said that this would probably cover just a small fraction of my embellies. We won't even get in to the flowers and other ribbons and other "ephemera" that get tucked away into the craft room because "ooh.....I could probably use that on a card somehow".

Oh....and here's one of the actual workdesks. A lot tidier this week than usual don't you think?

down in front - eight more Christmas cards in progress. Up in the back - a new container for storing/toting my Copic Markers. Like a closer photo?

For using in my craft room, I've removed the lid and tipped the container on its side. When I want to tote it around with me, there is a lockable lid that can be snapped back on. I figure this might encourage me to colour when downstairs watching tv since I can just pick up the one container and have them all in one place. To keep the colour families separate, I cut a few plastic, disposable cutting boards in half length-wise and wove them around the colours. Nice and flexible for when more colours get added to my collection - I still have a long way to go before I have all 300+ colours.

Anyways, if you would like to see who else is playing along with WOYWW, please check out Julia's Stamping Ground post from today.

Monday, November 22, 2010

November Viva La Verve Week 3

Hi folks,

This is another card I made for the Viva La Verve November Challenge. This time using the Week 3 sketch and an inspiration photo of my own choosing - this blue scarf from inetsilk.

  • patterned papers: CTMH Magnifique
  • stamped sentiment/images: Verve "Wishing You" and "Feeling Groovy"
Hope your week is off to a good start!

    Sunday, November 21, 2010

    November Viva La Verve Week 4

    Hi folks,

    I decided to play along with the Viva La Verve November Challenges when I realized I needed a few more birthday cards for late November and early December.

    I  made these two cards using the Week 4 Sketch and Inspiration Photo #2 (with Harvest Colours).

    • patterned papers are CTMH Olivia combined with CTMH Chocolate cardstock
    • stamped sentiments are Verve "Wishful Elegance" and "Kind Words"

    Another Magnifique Miss Anya

    Hi folks (third post for today, feel free to scroll down to see the previous two!),

    since I had another Miss Anya from the "Rain, Snow, Shine" set from The Greeting Farm coloured, I figured I may as well go ahead and make another card using the CTMH Magnifique papers.

    • stamped image: Miss Anya from The Greeting Farm "Rain, Snow, Shine" set, coloured with PrismaColor Pencils(927, 941, 1027, 1082, 1084)
    • sentiment: CTMH Tannenbaum
    • patterned paper: CTMH Magnifique
    • card stock: CTMH Pacifica, Colonial White
    • layout: Club Anya Saturday Sketch from Nov 20
    • Spellbinders: Petite Ovals (Sm and Lg) and Labels Seventeen
    • Cuttlebug snowflakes embossing folder (sanded the cardstock to highlight the embossing) 
    Challenges for this card:

      A Mojo Monday Masculine card

      Hi folks (second post for today, feel free to scroll down to see the earlier post)

      since I had the 7gypsies papers out to make the card in the previous post, I decided I should make another masculine birthday card to have on hand since there are a few more guy birthdays in our circle of friends and family before the end of the year.

      • patterned paper: 7gypsies Avignon
      • card stock: CTMH Cocoa, Desert Sand
      • sentiment: Verve "Wishing You"
      • layout: Mojo Monday 165
      Challenges for this card:

        For a 60th birthday

        Hi folks,

        This card is one I made for the birthday of the husband of one of my dearest friends. We attended his big birthday bash (Sixty!) last night at a local arts centre. Only my friend could pull off a party that big and have everyone enjoy themselves. She is honestly one of the most vibrant people I know. You can't help but smile when you are in her company. We've known each other ever since I started working for the federal government - that's almost nineteen years now!
's the card!

        • Patterned Papers: 7gypsies Avignon. I actually bought these papers with this particular birthday in mind. Birthday boy loves looking at atlases so I thought these papers would be perfect.
        • Card Stock: CTMH Cocoa and Desert Sand
        • Stamped Sentiment: Verve Stamps "Wishing You"
        • Layout: Sketch for you to try. I substituted some stitching with my new bakers twine from The Twinery for one of the panels from the lower right corner. I ordered their sampler pack of a bunch of their colours and it arrived earlier this past week and this was my first chance to use it. I think next time I may see if any of my local crafty peeps are interested in splitting an order of the full spools. I could get addicted to this stuff. I even used it as part of the gift wrap for birthday boy's present.

        Thursday, November 18, 2010

        Happy 3rd Birthday PaperWorksCo

        My, my, my - where HAS the time gone? Can you believe that PaperWorksCo is already celebrating their THIRD birthday? As anyone who reads my blog on a regular basis already knows, I am a big fan of PaperWorksCo and discovered them mere months (maybe even weeks) after they originally started up. I was looking for a Canadian source for some of my favourite crafting supplies and, well, I've been a loyal customer ever since. I was even one of the original members of her first design team! Can you say honoured? Flattered?

        Anyways, I hemmed and hawed over which of the adorable stamp collections I would feature in my post to celebrate this momentous occasion. Should I go with my all-time fave "Harriet the Hippo" from the inaugural Safari Friends stamp collection from PWCO or should I go with something from the new collections? I figured I would give Harriet a break (I ALWAYS feature her for big PWCO happenings) and go with a brand spanking new image fresh from the mailbox.

        Don't you just love the results of this partnership between PaperWorksCo and Rachelle Anne Miller?

        This "Season of Joy" image will certainly bring back fond memories of childhood Christmases for most of you - whether or not you hung your stocking on a fireplace mantle. I think this image perfectly captures the hope, joy and anticipation that every child feels at this time of year. I don't know about you but, for me, the best part of Christmas has ALWAYS been the stocking!

        - patterned paper: Basic Grey Jovial
        - card stock: CTMH New England Ivy
        - Spellbinders: Labels Seventeen
        - ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Rich Cocoa
        - coloured with PrismaColor Pencils (927, 916, 917, 918, 912, 911, 906, 941,944, 921, 997) and Zig Marker "Pure Red"
        - satin ribbon from my Fabricland stash

        And now for the featured sneak peek....

        Do you think you have already seen this project featured in the birthday bonanza? Or, is it one that is yet to come? Make your best guess and follow the directions in this post for your chance to win one of the fabulous prizes that Peggy has up for grabs to celebrate the third birthday of PaperWorksCo.

        Happy 3rd birthday Peggy - may you have continued success in the coming years!

        P.S. don't forget that Peggy has 15% off Spellbinders Dies in the shop until Friday. If they are on your Christmas wish list you might want to tell Santa to stop by!

        Wednesday, November 17, 2010

        Magnifique Miss Anya

        Hi folks,

        well, I finished the Miss Anya card that I was working on Tuesday night (you saw a peek of her in my WOYWW post). Here she is!

        - Miss Anya is from the "Rain, Snow, Shine" set from The Greeting Farm
        - coloured with PrismaColor Pencils (927, 941, 1027, 1082, 1084)
        - the patterned papers are CTMH Magnifique
        - the layout is from this week's Mystery Monday Case over at the Club Anya and Friends Blog

        Other Challenges for this card:
        - ABC Challenge Blog: H is for ... holidays!
        - Stampotique Designers Challenge - SDC19: Girly Girl - to me Miss Anya is TOTALLY Girly Girl, especially with that fluffy fur muff she has warming her hands.
        - Stamp with Fun - a square card

        Hope you are all having a great day - be sure to come by tomorrow to see my contribution to the PaperWorksCo Birthday Bonanza!

        WOYWW - Nov 17th

        Hi folks,

        Sorry I don't have a peek inside my embellishment cabinet this week. I had hoped to start filling it on the weekend but an untimely back tweak put me out of commission for the weekend so, no significant time in the craft room.

        I do have a peek at both of my workdesks though! Why both? Well, I had to work on the OTHER desk last night because the usual one was just too untidy to clean up in the amount of time I had to do a little crafting.

        Here's what the "other" desk looks like at about 5:30am this morning. There's a card in progress up front (ETA - check this post to see the finished card!) and all the tools I was using to make it. My Cuttlebug, my nesties, my CTMH Magnifique paper. There's also piles of stamps that need to be filed away. Hopefully I will get to finish the card later tonight or maybe tomorrow.

        And here is the desk where I couldn't work -- bleh. Messy from doing a couple of cards this weekend from which I did NOT tidy up - again, stating the obvious!

        To see who else is playing along this week at What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday, be sure to pop over to Julia's Stamping Ground for the full list!

        By the way - I just read last night that Peggy over at PaperWorksCo is having a 15% off sale on Spellbinders. So, if you want to stock up - be sure to head over to the store (you can find the Spellbinders section right here) before the sale ends on Friday!

        Anyways, dearly beloved is almost ready. Just about time to head in to work. Can't wait to visit all your workdesks when I get  home!

        Saturday, November 13, 2010

        Club Anya - Mystery Monday Case featuring Oliver

        Hi folks,

        Well, I decided tonight to make a card out of one of the extra Oliver images from The Greeting Farm that I had lying around on my craft table (before I spill something on IT as well - see two posts back if you are wondering).

        For the layout, I went with this week's Mystery Monday Case Challenge from Club Anya. Now the card from Peggy McCurry that is to be cased has a pretty ribbon and bow but, since this card is masculine in nature, I decided to switch out the ribbon and bow for an extra piece of patterned paper and a couple of layered buttons tied together with floss. Much better for a boy that a fou-fou bow.


        - patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket Joy Ride (from one of the PaperCard Kits from PaperWorksCo earlier this year, as are the buttons)
        - card stock: CTMH Colonial White and Prism Prismatics
        - ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, CTMH Lagoon
        - Copic Markers: E000, E00, E01, E02, W1, W3, W5, W7, BG11, BG13, YR23, YR16, B91, B93, B95, B97, E17, E19, E27, E97, C3, C5, C7, Y18, Colorless Blender
        - Spellbinders Petite Circles

        Anyways, enjoy the rest of your day. I'm settling in to watch "Valentine's Day" on the movie network. Not with my sweetie (he's out playing poker) and not with the kittehs (they appear to be ignoring me at the moment).

        Club Anya - Saturday Sketch with My Guy Ian

        Hi folks,

        Back with another card! This one is for dearly beloved's nephew. I wanted to use one of the "My Guy Ian" images from The Greeting Farm for his card so I decided to play along with this week's Club Anya Saturday sketch.

        I coloured the image with Copics (E000, E00, E30, E31, E55, G21, G24, G28, B91, B93, B95, B97, C3, C5, C7).

        The patterned papers are Basic Grey Wander, the cardstock is CTMH Outdoor Denim. I used Verve's Birthday Bash set for the sentiment (stamped in CTMH Outdoor Denim ink).

        The ovals were cut with my Spellbinders Petite Ovals dies and the decorative edge is from a Martha Stewart border punch.

        Hope you have a lovely weekend!

        A few Christmas Cards I have to comment on just how STUPID I am. This post has only four Christmas cards. There should have been eight. Why are there only half as many as there should be? Well, it appears that idiot me spilled some sort of liquid on my crafting table where these cards have been sitting for over a month waiting to be finished. The four cards on the bottom were ruined but the top four were fine. Grr. If only I had finished these cards when I started them this would not have happened! And I really liked these cards.....

        Anyways, enough about how stupid I can be. Here are the cards that survived....finished finally.

        I liked the non-traditional combination of craft paper with the CTMH "Aspen" Paper.  Nice and simple.

        Challenges for these cards:

        Wednesday, November 10, 2010

        WOYWW - Nov 10th

        Hi folks!

        Even though I took these photos on Tuesday night, this is still my workdesk as it looks today.

        The mess from a quick card make on Monday night from which I did not clean up. Now if that isn't stating the obvious! There are some new PaperWorksCo stamps waiting to be put away (one of which was used on my card I was making), a CTMH catalogue I had out for colour matching my cardstock, a magazine I had out looking for some inspiration, my OMS that was used for blending my Prismacolor pencils on the image I coloured for the card and the ribbon I wound up using on the card.

        There are some other Christmas cards waiting to be finished in the middle of the pile and a new ceramic blade craft knife. My case of sponge daubers (can't live without) and a roll of glue dots. Acrylic blocks scattered about as well as various and sundry inks. Can you believe I create in this mess?

        On a tidier note, if you saw my post from last week's WOYWW you will notice an improvement to the floor situation!

        My embellishment cabinet is now ON THE WALL after many months of sitting on the floor. I had to move the papers just out of the way so dearly beloved could actually get to the wall to hang the cabinet. Now to really put away the papers in some sort of organized manner and to fill up that cabinet with embellies! Since I have a four day weekend starting Thursday, I'm hoping to get to that task sooner rather than later!

        So, what's on your workdesk this Wednesday? Be sure to play along by linking up your post over at Julia's Blog!

        See you again soon with some new card creations!

        Tuesday, November 9, 2010

        Jenn's Birthday card

        Hi folks,

        well I can finally show you the birthday card I made for the fabulous Jenn using one of the cute images from the Greeting Farm's Wild Sprouts Roll call set - Maria!

        - layout: Sketch Saturday #126
        - patterned papers: Echo Park Paper "Sweet Summertime"
        - stamped image: The Greeting Farm Roll Call "Maria" (coloured with Copic Markers E00, E000, E93, E30, E31, E55, B01, B02, B04)
        - sentiment: Verve Birthday Bash
        - Spellbinders: Classic Square
        - EK Success Diamond Scallop Border punch
        - buttons: CTMH

        I also made two other cards very much like this one, just mixing up the colours on the image, the papers and the sentiment. Yay! Two more cards for my stash!

        Copics on the above card were E00, E000, E93, E25, E27, E77, Y11, Y13 and Y18.

        Copics on the above card were E00, E000, E93, E17, E19, E27, YG11, YG13, YG17.

        Monday, November 8, 2010

        PaperWorksCo November Paper Card Kit

        Hi folks,

        just a reminder that the November Card kit is now available at PaperWorksCo!

        At just $11.99 (CDN), this Kit Contains:

        12 – 6"x6" Patterned Paper from Echo Park Papers – Everbody Loves Christmas

        4 – 8.5"x 11" sheets of Prismatics Cardstock

        4 – 8.5" x 11" sheet of Cardstock from Bazzill Basics’s Smoothies Line

        2 – 8.5"x11" sheets of Simply Smooth White Cardstock from Prism

        Assortment of Buttons and Brads from Basic Grey

        3 yards of Ribbon from Bazzill Basics

        Metallic Dewdrops from Robin’s Nest

        BONUS – 12×12 sheet Border Sheet from Echo Park Papers - Everybody loves Christmas Collection

        I can attest that you can EASILY make 10 cards from this kit - perfect timing wouldn't you say with Christmas rapidly approaching. Everything already matchy, matchy - just put it together! A real time-saver!

        Thursday, November 4, 2010

        It's Movember! you know what Movember is all about? If you don't, you can click through here to find out.

        It's a fun, light-hearted way to heighten awareness about Prostate Cancer and one of my co-workers is participating this year. If you would like to donate specifically to his fund-raising effort, you can do so on his Movember Page which you can find right here.

        It's only four days in and already we are teasing him about the 'stache he has growing. He promises to keep us amused all month by switching up the look of his mo....


        Card Patterns Sketch #88

        Hi folks,

        back with another of this year's Hallowe'en cards. This one was for my god-daughter, Ava. Who, at less than a year old, is definitely too cute to spook!

        - layout: Card Patterns Sketch 88
        - stamped image and sentiment: "The Pumpkin Patch" by Rachelle Anne Miller from PaperWorksCo (coloured with PrismaColor Pencils, background sponged with CTMH Heavenly Blue and Desert Sand)

        - patterned papers: Cosmo Cricket Nutmeg
        - cardstock: CTMH Chocolate
        - Spellbinders: Classic Square

        Wednesday, November 3, 2010

        WOYWW - Nov 3rd

        Hi folks!

        It's Wednesday - time to play along with What's on your workdesk Wednesday! I know I am quite late posting but I work during the day and on Wednesday nights I have "Booty Camp" (yes, laugh if you want).

        I love playing along with WOYWW- even though I haven't been inspired to actually CLEAN up before taking a picture! In fact, this week I thought I would share MORE than one of the tables in my craft room - I thought I would share the FLOOR next to the table as well! Brace yourselves....

        here's the table....with the usual mess lying about.

        There's a couple of finished "Greeting Farm" cards, my small quilting square, papers from making Hallowe'en cards for the kiddies, stamps, scissors, adhesive, ribbon, images that were SUPPOSED to be coloured for Hallowe'en cards but I never did get around to doing ---  generally, lots of mayhem.

        The mayhem doesn't stop there. I have a bad habit of tossing papers on the floor next to me. It makes it easier to pick them up when I want to use them again! You buying that? No, I didn't think so. Not when I  have such pretty cabinets for actually STORING the papers and keeping them organized!

        What's in this mess?
        - A new cabinet that has not yet been hung on the wall. Inside are two big organizers (the kind your hubby probably has in his workshop) for embellishments, haven't gotten around to moving stuff into them yet!
        - My Scor-pal
        - LOTS of patterned papers. Mostly CTMH but also some other lines (My Mind's Eye Mama-Razzi, 7 Gypsies, Graphic 45)
        - a drafting table (folded up of course). I know. A drafting table? I like using it when I quilt to lay out my pattern. It was originally dearly beloved's Grandpa's table and it now resides in my craft room.
        - my big cabinet for 12x12 papers (made by dearly beloved)
        - one of my many paper trimmers
        - my recycle bin!

        And that's just ONE of the tables....and ONE corner of the floor! I some point you will see a TIDY picture.....just not today!

        Hope you find the time to play along this week! Just check out Julia's post here to see who else is playing along and to link up your "tell all" picture!

        PWCO Sunday Sketch #57 - for Hallowe'en

        Hi folks,

        another Hallowe'en card, this time using Sunday Sketch #57 from PaperWorksCo.


        - patterned paper CTMH Hooligans
        - stamped image: CTMH Troublemakers
        - sentiment: CTMH October Word Puzzle (retired)
        - ink: CTMH Hydrangea, Orange, Lagoon
        - ribbon from my stash
        - Spellbinders Petite Circles

        Tuesday, November 2, 2010

        Unscripted Sketches #79

        Hi folks,

        just sharing another of this year's Hallowe'en cards. This time using Unscripted Sketches #79 for the layout.

        - patterned paper: CTMH Hooligans
        - stamped image: CTMH Troublemaker
        - sentiment: CTMH October Word Puzzle (retired)
        - ink: CTMH Hydrangea, Orange, Lagoon
        - ribbon: CTMH
        - Spellbinders: Petite Circles

        Monday, November 1, 2010

        The Great Pumpkin Massacre of 2010

        Hi folks,

        Just thought I would do a little slideshow of our Hallowe'en preparations this year. We don't do a lot of decorating - just lots of pumpkins as dearly beloved REALLY likes the roasted pumpkin seeds.

        Hope you enjoy - we didn't get particularly creative with the carving this year.

        Hope you all had a happy Hallowe'en - sadly I was terribly disappointed. We only had 50 neighbourhood trick or treaters knock on our door this year, plus four of our friends kids. I had treat bags prepped for over 150!

        ICS #89

        Hi folks,

         another of this year's Hallowe'en cards - this one for my sweetie. Appropriately, I chose to use the new "The Perfect Pumpkin" stamp by Rachelle Anne Miller from PaperWorksCo.

        - layout: Inspirational Card Sketches #89
        - stamped image: "The Perfect Pumpkin" by Rachelle Anne Miller from PaperWorksCo (coloured with PrismaColor Pencils). Sky was sponged with CTMH Heavenly Blue. The partner sentiment was actually stamped inside the card.
        - patterned papers: Cosmo Cricket Nutmeg
        - card stock: CTMH Chocolate