Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Less Is More Challenge #200 - Take Two

I have a second card for the 'Celebrations' challenge at Less Is More this week. I watched a video by Dawn Woleslagle on coloured stamping on kraft - you can watch it here. She stamped her dots in a wreath shape, I decided to try a cascade effect. It has a bit of a Bokeh feel to it. I am also entering this in the challenge at Addicted to CAS which is 'Dots'.

Stamps - Polka Dot Basics, Movers & Shakers Sentiments (PTI)
Paper - Kraft CS, Black CS
Ink - White Pigment Ink, Various blue and green ink, Memento Tuxedo Black
Other - bitty rhinestones, 3D foam

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

200th Challenge at Less Is More!

Congratulations to the fabulous team at Less Is More for posting their 200th challenge this week! I love their Clean and Simple challenge blog and I have been trying to play along with them more consistently the past couple of months. The theme for this week's challenge is 'Celebrations'. I am also entering this card into the challenge at Addicted to CAS which is 'Dots'.

I needed a masculine birthday card, so I went with a clean, black graphic card. I had a difficult time photographing this card, either the black would fade to grey or the green would look white. Ended up with have a lot of glare in the top left corner too.

The dots were stamped with versa mark on black CS and heat embossed with clear EP. The sentiment was heat embossed with black EP on green CS

Stamps - Polka Dot Basics (PTI), Shining Star (CTMH)
Paper - Black CS (SU), Pear CS (CTMH)
Ink - Versa Mark, Clear EP, Black EP
Other - 3D foam

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Papertrey Ink November Blog Hop - Christmas Joy!

Good Morning everyone. The theme for this month's Blog Hop Challenge at Papertrey Ink is 'Snow'. I am also entering this card into this week's Less Is More challenge which is 'Jingle All The Way'.

I don't have a lot of winter themed stamps from PTI so I went with their beautiful snow flake die 'Fancy Flakes' and topped them off with little silver jingle bells.

I layered a plain white card stock snowflake with one cut from vellum. I touched a bit of glue to the tips of the vellum snowflake and sprinkled it with silver glitter and the smallest snowflake was die cut from silver foil cardstock. A bit of silver foil was added to one edge of my designer paper and the sentiment was embossed with silver.

Stamps - Rustic Wreath (PTI)
Dies - Fancy Flakes (PTI)
Paper - Summer Stories DP (Teresa Collins), White CS, Vellum, Silver Foil CS
Other - Silver jingle bells, silver cord, silver glitter

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Rainbow Christmas Trees

Good Morning all. The theme at Less is More this week is Trees - have more than one of them on your card. I thought I would take advantage of another opportunity to add to my Christmas card stash.

I was doing some other rainbow stamping earlier this week and seem to be still in that mode. I stamped these cute little trees from a set that I have had for years in a rainbow of colours, stamping off once in between each tree to add some depth. The sentiment is heat embossed and the stamped part of the card is popped up with 3D foam.

Say It With Style (Waltzing Mouse), December Word Puzzle (CTMH)
Paper - White CS, Black CS, Red dot DP (CTMH)
Ink - Various inks, Versa Mark, Black EP
Other - Star sequin, bitty rhinestone, 3D foam

Friday, November 14, 2014

Starry Starry Night One Layer Card

Happy Friday all! I don't know why but I struggled with the challenge at Less Is More this week. It is one layer card week and the theme is Starry Starry Night - have stars somewhere on your card. I tried a couple of snow scenes involving sponging and masking, I tried a couple of cards with cascading stars and sponging and I tried a couple more rustic CAS cards on kraft with white pigment ink - they all ended up in the trash. So getting down to the wire, here is what I finally came up with.

This card was very difficult to photograph. The stars were heat embossed with silver, the sentiment with black with a scattering of tiny rhinestones on a dark grey cardstock.

Stamps - Rustic Wreath (PTI), Just Be You (CTMH)
Paper - Smoky Shadow (PTI)
Ink - Versa Mark, Silver & Black EP, Glitter Pen
Other - Rhinestones

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Polka Dot Baby - Ombre Backgrounds

The Make It Monday challenge at Papertrey Ink this week is all about ombre backgrounds. You can check out Laura Bassen's great tutorial here. My niece is expecting her second son sometime this month, so I decided to make a baby card for this challenge.

My initial thought was to use my Ombre Builders stamp set for this challenge. To test out possible colour combos I grabbed the largest dot from Polka Dot Basics which just happened to be on my desk. Rather than cleaning the stamp after each colour I stamped off two or three times on a scrap of paper. That scrap of paper covered with all of those different intensity dots had so much depth that I quickly changed plans for my card.

To start I stamped the largest row of polka dots from the Polka Dot Basics stamp set once in each of the four colours I had selected. I then went back with the largest single dot from the set and stamped random 2nd, 3rd & 4th generation dots around the rows of solid dots already stamped. I overlapped a little between colours. I then took the next smallest dot from the set and stamped a few 3rd generation green and blue dots randomly over the entire piece. I trimmed the stamped piece with a rectangle die cut, popped it on my white card base and added the sentiment. Love how this turned out.

Stamps - Polka Dot Basics (PTI), Hello Baby (Flourishes)
Dies - Wet Paint (PTI), A2 Matting Basics (Spellbinders)
Paper - Stampers Select White (PTI), Pear CS, Vellum (CTMH)
Ink - Star Spangled Blue, Dutch Blue, Lagoon, Pear (CTMH), Versa Mark, Blue EP
Other - Rhinestones, 3D Foam

Thursday, November 6, 2014

No Red or Green Christmas

Hello all, today I have a card for this week's Make It Monday challenge at Papertrey Ink, - to use partial die cuts, and also for the colour challenge at Less Is More - use Non-traditional Christmas colours.

For the M.I.M. challenge I die cut my snow flakes from silver foil cardstock. I adhered them to my die cut squares and then set them back into the square die and cut them again. You could also do this with scissors.

Stamps - Rustic Wreath (PTI)
Dies - Fancy Flakes (PTI), Classic Squares SM (Spellbinders)
Paper - coloured CS (Bazzill), Silver Foil CS (DCWV), Whisper White CS (SU)
Ink - Versa Mark, silver EP

Thanks for looking! Have a great day!

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Newsprint Wreath Christmas

Good Morning all. I am happy to have the opportunity to play along with this week's challenge at Less is More, which is to use Newsprint in your project.

I die cut my newsprint paper with the Rustic Wreath die from PTI and stamped the sentiment from the coordinating stamp set.The little bird is from Tremendous Treats Christmas and the little die cut stars from Phrase Play #4. I'm happy to have another card to add to my stash for this year.

Thanks for looking.

Stamps - Rustic Wreath, Tremendous Treats Christmas (PTI)
Dies - Rustic Wreath, Tremendous Treats Christmas, Phrase Play #4 (PTI)
Paper - Classic Kraft CS (PTI), First Edition DP (SU)
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Copics - YG67, R29, Y21, White Gel pen (Sakura)

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Papertrey Ink October Blog Hop Take 3 - Christmas Tree Duo

This is my 3rd and final card for today's blog hop at Papertrey Ink. I used Holiday Colour Recipe #6 again.

I created a mask for this card from transparency the same as I did for card #2 - I just made my triangle a little bigger for this card. Using the mask and one of the stamps from Ombre Builders I stamped the light blue tree onto my card front. I masked this tree with the triangle that I cut out of the transparency and stamped the darker tree off to the left. I was having some trouble with my light blue ink pad, I can't tell you how many attempts I made to create this card, so even though the ink is a little splotchy I couldn't waste any more paper and just went with this one. The star and sentiment are heat embossed with silver and the sequins are dark pink and purple.

Stamps - Ombre Builders, Rustic Wreath (PTI), A Twinkle (CTMH)
Paper - Stampers Select White CS (PTI), transparency film (3M)
Ink - Sky, Pacifica inks (CTMH), Versa Mark, Silver EP
Other - bitty rhinestones, sequins

Papertrey Ink October Blog Hop Take 2 - Polka Dot Christmas

Here is my second card for today's blog hop at Papertrey Ink. For this card I used Colour Recipe #5.

I created a mask for my tree by cutting a triangle from a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" sheet of transparency (thin acetate). I stamped my tree using the mask with the polka dot stamp from the Ombre Builders stamp set - love this set. The star at the top of my tree is cut from Smoky Shadow CS using the Phrase Play #4 die. The Santa stamp from the Tremendous Treats Christmas set has a star outline on it which just happens to fit perfectly on the die cut star, so I heat embossed that with silver. I trimmed and split my card front and layered it with 3D foam over my sentiment which was heat embossed with silver on a strip of Smoky Shadow CS.

Stamps - Ombre Builders, Tremendous Treats Christmas (PTI)
Dies - Phrase Play #4 (PTI)
Paper - Soft Stone CS, Smoky Shadow CS (PTI)
Ink - Pear, Lagoon, Dutch Blue inks (CTMH), Versa Mark, Silver EP

Papertrey Ink October Blog Hop - Christmas Jingle Bells

Good Morning. I'm excited to participate in Papertrey Ink's October Blog Hop today. The challenge for this hop is to create a holiday craft using one of six non-traditional Christmas colour recipes. For my first card I chose to use Colour recipe #6

This is a pretty straight forward card. I stamped the jingle bell from the Tremendous Treats Christmas stamp set onto my card base and coloured them with Copics. I used a glitter pen to draw the lines and colour in the line and star on each bell and then heat embossed the sentiment from Rustic Wreath in silver.

Stamps - Tremendous Treats Christmas, Rustic Wreath (PTI)
Paper - Neena Solar White CS
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark, Silver EP, Copics - R81, R83, R85, V15, V17, V09, B21, B95, B97, B99, C7, White Gel pen & glitter pen (Sakura)

Monday, October 20, 2014

Little Creatures Christmas

Happy Monday everyone! I have a quick little card today for this week's challenge at Less is More. The theme for this challenge is to incorporate little creatures on your card. I chose this cute little mouse (it is a digi and I can't recall from where) that I coloured with Copics and a gold pen. I stamped some polka dots in versa mark and heat embossed them and the sentiment with gold embossing powder. For the fine purple strip under the mouse and sentiment I simply coloured a 1/4" x 4 1/4" strip of white cardstock with the darkest purple copic that I used to colour the bauble and layered it under the shortened card front which I then layered over the gold embossed polka dot paper.

Stamps - Digi stamp (?), Tremendous Treats Christmas, Polka Dot Basics (PTI)
Paper - Neena Solar White
Ink - Versa Mark, Gold EP, Copics -various, Gold Pen

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Jingle Bell Christmas

This week's challenge at Less Is More is to create a one layer card with two of something on it. I decided on stamping two of these cute jingle bells from PTI. I stamped the first bell, masked it and then stamped the second to appear behind the first. I then coloured them with copics (haven't done much colouring lately, need to do some practicing) and ended up adding a few sequins since I managed to get a spot of black ink on my card and had to hide that.

Stamps - Tremendous Treats Christmas (PTI)
Paper - Neena Solar White
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Copics - C3, C5, R14, R27, R29, R59, YG11, YG13, YG17, Gold pen, White gel pen
Other - sequins

Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Silver Dipped Die Cuts

Hope everyone in Canada enjoyed their Thanksgiving weekend. Great food, beautiful weather and family time - can't get any better than that.

I decided to play along with PTI's Make It Monday this week. You can check out Danielle Flanders video here on adding dipped die cuts to your project. I dipped my die cuts in  silver and used the latest sketch at CAS(E) this Sketch for my card design.

I stamped some white CS with Polka Dot Basics and die cut my snowflakes from that as well as vellum. I dipped the edges of my snowflakes in silver embossing powder and layered these over the vellum snowflakes - you can see the vellum a little better in the closeup. The sentiment is from Tremendous Treats Christmas which I also embossed in silver.

Stamps - Tremendous Treats Christmas, Polka Dot Basics (PTI)
Dies - Fancy Flakes (PTI)
Paper - Neena Solar White CS, Everyday Moments (Teresa Collins), Vellum
Ink - Sky (CTMH), Versa Mark, silver EP

Other - Silver Glitter strip

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Fall Colours Birthday Wishes

Happy Saturday! I am supposed to be doing laundry and cleaning my house, but took some time out to play along with this week's Less is More colour challenge - Autumn's Bounty - to use fall colours on your project. I based my card design on this week's sketch at CAS(E) this Sketch!

The inspiration for the technique used here came from the very talented Laura Bassen. I am a huge fan of Laura's style and use of colour, you can check out her card here.  I stamped my polka dot image directly onto my card front and coloured the circles in with Copics. I die cut the word Happy from the card front and a couple of times from plain white card stock (if I were to do this again I would cut out at least one more die cut so it would stand out more). I then glued the die cuts together and replaced the the word back onto my card (I backed the inside of the card with white cardstock to give me something to glue the word to). I heat embossed the word Birthday in white EP on black and voila! Love how this turned out. I am still struggling to find a good spot in my new home to photograph my cards, but this one didn't turn out too bad.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great weekend!

Stamps: Polka Dot Basics, Wet Paint (PTI)
Paper - Neena Solar White, black CS
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark, White EP, Copics - E13, E15, E08, Y11, Y21, Y17, YG93, YG95, YG97
Other - Wet Paint Die (PTI), 3D foam

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Mostly Words - Stamping with Glass Blocks and Distress Inks

I thought I would play along with this week's challenge at Less is More - Mostly Words. This challenge requires words to be the focal point of the card.
I started out by inking up a 3" x 3" stamping block with Antique Linen distress ink, spattering some Broken China ink over the surface and stamping on watercolour paper. I ended up with a number of different versions, varying spraying the inked block or the watercolour paper with water. The card below was created by die cutting some of the stamped block images.

For the Thanks card below I stamped my block directly on an A2 watercolour card base. I got a couple of spots of ink on the card so ended up purposely spattering the whole card front with distress ink using a toothbrush.

And finally this Birthday card, I matted one of my trimmed stamped images with watercolour paper and popped it on my card base with 3D foam.

Stamps - Wet Paint (PTI)
Paper - watercolour paper, black, blue/green CS
Ink - Antique Linen, Broken China (Ranger), Memento Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark, White EP
Other - Wet Paint Dies (PTI), 3D foam

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Papertrey Ink September Blog Hop - Cozy Colours

Thought I would take a few moments today to participate in this month's blog hop at Papertrey Ink. Nichole has provided a beautiful inspiration photo for this month's hop. I chose to be inspired by the colours in the photo and created a birthday card for my mom.

Maile Belles posted a technique on her blog last month using cutout panels on her card front to reveal the paper underneath. I did the same here revealing a piece of Smokey Shadow CS that has been textured with the Linen texture plate from PTI - it is difficult to see in the photo.

Stamps - The Sweet Life, Botanical Silhouettes (PTI)
Paper - Neena Solar White CS, Smokey Shakow CS (PTI)
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Blush, Hollyhock, Vineyard Berry, Garden Green, Olive (CTMH)
Other - Linen Texture Plate (PTI), rhinestones, 3D foam

Monday, August 25, 2014

Papertrey Ink August Blog Hop - Touch of Gold Stationary


Good Morning all. Thought I would take the August Blog Hop challenge at Papertrey Ink today. Love this inspiration photo of stationary by Kate Spade.

I had a lot of fun with this challenge - love embossing with gold - wanted to create more but didn't have the time. I used Maille Belles' great stamp set called 'Live Love Life'. Love the graphics and font in this set. The paper I used has a deeper, richer colour in real life - still haven't found a good spot to photograph my work in my new home.

Thanks for looking.


Saturday, August 23, 2014

PTI - Stamp-a-faire - Renaissance - Wax Seals

My second card for the Renaissance era showcases a wax seal. What fun! Really enjoyed making this card and plan to do more in the future.

Stamps - Stylish Sentiments: Birthday (PTI), Alphabet stamp
Paper - Rustic White CS (PTI), Black CS, patterned paper
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark
Other - gold sealing wax, black twill ribbon

PTI - Stamp-a-faire - Renaissance - Velvet Stamping

Still plugging away here. Nichole Heady has a couple of wonderful videos on the Renaissance Era. This card features velvet stamping. I had a really difficult time photographing this card, with the difficult to see image on the velvet, the silver embossed frame and sentiment and the deep purple of the cardstock. I also could not get a very good image on my velvet with an iron and stamp as shown in the video. I tried on this black velvet and also on some velvet ribbons that I have, thinking they may have been made from a different fiber. I ended up stamping on the velvet with versa mark and embossing with clear embossing powder. I hope it still counts. I used the center of the largest image of the Hands of Time stamp set for my velvet stamping, even thought it is difficult to see, it does look pretty good.

This card is actually a deep purple and the frame and sentiment are silver embossed.

Stamps - Hands of Time, Stylish Sentiments: Birthday (PTI)
Dies - Std. Circles Lg (Spellbinders)
Paper - purple CS, White CS
Ink - versa mark, silver EP
Other - black pearls, black velvet

PTI - Stamp-a-faire - Ancient Rome - Mosaics

Lizzie's second technique is inspired by Roman mosaics. In her video she shows three different ways to explore this art form. I chose to create a stamp using self adhesive fun foam and emboss resist. I didn't have a mosaic type cover plate so used my hexagon plate. This is a fun technique and I do like how it turned out.

Stamps - Rosie Posie, Rosie Posie Step 2, Stylish Sentiments: Birthday (PTI)
Dies - Hexagon Coverplate (PTI)
Paper - Rustic White CS (PTI), Sunset CS
Ink - Pear, Clover Meadow, Smoothie, Sunset, Moonstruck, Memento Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark, Clear Embossing powder
Other - button, hemp

PTI Stamp-a-faire 2014 - Ancient Rome Frescoes

Well, it's 1:30 p.m. and I finally got my projects completed for the first era of our time travel today - only behind by 2 eras - Yikes! Thought I would be able to keep up today, guess that's not going to happen. Check out the videos by Lizzie Jones highlighting a couple of great techniques based on the art of ancient Rome. Great job Lizzie!

The first video focuses on roman frescoes - which were paintings done on plaster. Lizzie uses embossing paste but I used modeling paste since I couldn't find embossing paste in my local stores. Love the texture on this card. Kept it pretty simple since I didn't have any PTI images I could colour and the solid images I have tend to be floral. My perfectionist self wanted to do this card over since my stamped border isn't exactly straight, but I decided if I did that with each card I would still be here when next year's stamp-a-faire rolls around.

Stamps - Square Prints, Think Big Favorites (PTI)
Paper - Rustic White CS (PTI)
Inks - Memento Tuxedo Black, Star Spangled Blue
Other - Modeling Paste (Liquitex), sequins

PTI Stamp-a-faire 2014 - Morning Timer Challenge

Good Morning and welcome to the first challenge in Papertrey Ink's Stamp-a-faire event today. I don't usually do well with timed challenges, but I do try to do them since I tend to spend far to much time making decisions when it comes to paper crafting. Timed challenges are a great way to kick yourself in the butt to get moving. Here is my attempt. Once I had picked my layout and colour scheme from those offered I was able to complete this card in just under 20 minutes - which is a huge accomplishment for me.

I used Sketch #5 and Color Recipe #3

Stamps - Wonderful Words: Birthday (PTI)
Dies - Birthday Trio (PTI)
Paper - Rustic White CS (PTI), Black CS
Ink - Grey Wool
Other - Buttons, 3D foam

Friday, August 22, 2014

PTI Stamp-a-faire 2014 - Meet and Greet

Hello everyone! It has been far too long. With the move and spending all of my extra time with my mom and family I have not crafted in over three months (hard to believe). I decided to break the drought by participating in Papertrey Ink's annual event - Stamp-a-faire. I played along last year through some of the challenges but hadn't been prepared in advance to complete them all. I had hoped to purchase the kit this year but missed the deadline, so I spent some time this week trying to put together some stamping supplies for each of tomorrow's events.

The day will be divided into the exploration of art and creativity of different eras. Looking forward to the festivities starting tomorrow at 7 a.m. at Nichole Heady's blog, hope to see you there.


Wednesday, April 30, 2014

How The Time Flies

Just checking in to let you know that I have been busy the past couple of months prepping and staging my home for sale. The house has sold and a new home purchased in a community six hours away. And now the packing begins. Not sure if I will have an opportunity to craft before we move - if not I will be back some time in June. Happy crafting!

                                                                 Our New Home

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Papertrey Ink 7th Anniversary Fun - Building Blocks of Design

Oh what fun! The challenge for today at the continuing celebrations for Papertrey Ink's anniversary is to build your project using the various building blocks listed on each designer's blog. Roll the dice to select your numbered item from each list. Here is what I came up with - would love to play again but am heading out of town shortly so this is it.

Here is the list of building blocks I ended up with:
Ashley - A color - Harvest Gold
Betsy - A color - Orange Zest
Cristina - A color - Aqua Mist
Danielle - A neutral - White
Dawn - A sketch - Sketch #5
Erin - A theme - Birthday
Heather - A technique - Watercolor
Laura - An embellishment - Rhinestones
Melissa - A fiber - Seam binding

I die cut water colour paper with the spiral notebook die. Stamped the image from mini blooms with versa mark and heat embossed with white embossing powder. I then used a water brush and blue re-inker to water colour around the blooms.

Stamps - Mini Bloom, Boutique Borders: Birthday
Paper - Whisper White CS (SU), Heavenly Blue CS, Creme Brulee CS (CTMH), water color paper
Ink - Versa Mark, White EP, Heavenly Blue, Creme Brulee, Sunset inks (CTMH)
Other - Mini Blooms Dies, Spiral Notebook Die (PTI), A2 Matting Basics A die (Spellbinders), May Arts seam binding (dyed with Sunset reinker), rhinestone brad, rhinestones, water brush

Monday, February 10, 2014

Papertrey Ink 7th Anniversary Fun - Words

And the fun continues at Papertrey Ink! Today the challenge is to create a project with a 'word' as a focal point. I chose to use one of my 'One Liners' to make a Valentine's Day card for my DH. It's pretty clean and simple, but I like it. I used this weeks sketch at retro sketches, rs#101.

Dies - One Liners, Heart Prints (PTI)
Paper - DP (Echo Park), Rustic White CS (PTI), Tulip CS (CTMH)
Other - Wood Shape (CTMH)

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Papertrey Ink 7th Anniversary Fun - Birthday Card for PTI

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Papertrey Ink 7th Anniversary Fun - Birthday Card for PTI

Today's post at PTI is all about birthdays with some fabulous new birthday products being revealed. The challenge for today is to create a birthday card for Papertrey and then to mail it to the staff for display.

To help kick start my card today I decided to use one of the layouts from the challenge on Day 1. I used the beautiful Delightful Dahlia Additions stamp set - love that set.

We were also requested to take a picture of ourselves with our card for an additional entry into the contest.

Stamps - Delightful Dahlia Additions (PTI)
Paper - DP (Echo Park), Rustic White CS (PTI), Whisper White CS (SU), vellum (CTMH)
Ink - Pear, Topiary, Buttercup, Sunflower, Honey (CTMH), Versafine Black Onyx, Clear EP
Other - Delightful Dahlia Dies (PTI)

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Papertrey Ink 7th Anniversary Fun - TC Challenge Take 2

Here is my second ATC for today's challenge at PTI. For more info visit my previous post here.

Stamps - Mini Blooms, Live Love Life (PTI)
Paper - Whisper White CS (SU), Lagoon DP (CTMH)
Ink - Pear, Smoothie, Topiary (CTMH), Memento Tuxedo Black
Other - Rhinestone

Papertrey Ink 7th Anniversary Fun - Trading Card Challenge

PTI is releasing a new line of products designed by Heather Nichols for pocket scrapbooking. The challenge today is to create a 3" x 4" Artist Trading card that could be used on a scrapbooking page or a card. I started out trying to be artsy with this card and had a number of failed attempts - this challenge should have been easy, but I always manage to make things harder than they are. For this first card I used my new Tim Holtz stencil and some gesso that I tinted grey.

Stamps: Movers & Shakers Sentiments
Paper - Summer Stories (Teresa Collins), Rustic White CS (PTI)
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Grey Wool Reinker (CTMH), Gesso (Artists Loft)
Other - Dot Fade Stencil (Tim Holtz), Labels Eighteen (Spellbinders), shimmer tape, corner rounder