Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Hello Gorgeous

This card started with a bunch of completely adorable stamps from the Sweet Stamp Shop. Not only does the Sweet Stamp Shop have the cutest stamps, but the owner (Nicole) is an absolutely amazing and kind person. I very much encourage everyone to check out her store. The stamps are high-quality polymer, and in limited quantities -- meaning, grab them as soon as you see them.

For this card, I started with 2 of the newer sets: Hedgehog Kiss and Stuck On This. I knew straight away that I wanted to create a scene where the lovestruck hedgehog meets an adorable girly cactus. I stamped the hedgehog and the cactus and colored them in with my Copics (and, of course, added highlights with a white gel pen). The scene looked a bit bare, however, so I also stamped out a couple of accessories (hat, flower, hearts). Lastly, I grabbed a speech bubble to add to the scene.

I created a quick shadow background on the card front, so that the figures didn't look like they were floating. I adhered the hedgehog, cactus and speech bubble.

For the sentiment, I wanted to go with something a bit more custom, so I used Monogram Alpha to spell out the word "Gorgeous". I stamped a tiny hello in front of it.

The last touch was adding a small peach flower by the sentiment and a few sequins and pearls to the top of the card.

Ink: My Favorite Things Hybrid Ink in Black Licorice, My Favorite Things Hybrid Ink in Hot Fudge (sentiment)
Stamps: Sweet Stamp Shop - Hedgehog Kiss, Stuck on This, Foxy, Monogram It, Monogram Alpha
Cardstock: Bazzill Marshmallow
Copics: Hedgehog (E42, E15, W4, W6, W8, 100 Black, R43, B91, B95, B99), Cactus (YG00, YG06, YG67, R08, R46, R59, R89, R43, B00), backgound (W2, W4)
Prima Flowers Fresh Cut Bloom
Hazel & Ruby Think Pink sequins
Kaiser Scrapbook Pearls
Kaiser Scrapbook Adhesive Gems

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

PS - What's Up?

This is the 5th and last card in my masculine card series.

I created this card especially for the current Sparks challenge, which is based on this sketch:
Challenges are a fantastic way to get more experience with making cards that fit a specific theme. Not only do you get to be creative with the stamps you own, but you also have a chance to be inspired by other participants.

Now onto the card itself...

I started by inking up the astronaut, planets and the alien spaceship from Paper Smooches Space Cadet and stamped it on some white Copic marker blending paper. I colored them in using my Copics and carefully cut them out. I cut a piece of patterned paper to 4x5.5" and adhered it to the card base.

For the rocket, I first die-cut a tag from light gray cardstock. I trimmed it to measure about 3 inches. Then, I cut a circle from a darker gray cardstock and glued it to the straight edge of the tag. I cut 2 dark grey triangles and glued them to the sides of the rocket.

The rocket looked too plain, so I used my Copics to add a bit more color, texture and some shading. I drew a few highlights with a white gel pen. Then, I attached a few pieces of red, orange and yellow ribbon to the rocket tail. I used a piece of red and white twine to keep the ribbon together.

After adhering all the elements to the card, I embossed a simple greeting with silver embossing powder. However, because of the star patter on the paper, it was getting lost. So, I outlined it in white gel pen and added a small black shadow under the letters.

Stamps: Paper Smooches Space Cadet, Paper Smooches Good Gab (sentiment)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark Water Resist
Embossing: Ranger Super Fine Embossing Powder in Silver
Cardstock: Bazzill Marshmallow (base), Bazzill Rock Candy, Bazzill Taffy
Copics: Rocket (W2, W4, W6, B45, B99), Astronaut (W2, W4, W6, W8, B45, B99, R08, R59), Planets (B00, BG01, BG45, G21, G67, BG11, BG32, V12, V06, R46, R59, Y35, YR15, YR68), Alien (B00, BG01, B45, YG00, YG06, G07, W2, W4, @6, Y35, YR15, YR68)
Ribbon & Bakers' Twine
White Gel Pen

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Lawn Fawn - Float My Boat

Card #4 in my masculine cards series. This time, I went with a love card -- something you could give as a Valentine's or anniversary card.

I started by stamping the boat and the life preserver from Lawn Fawn's Float My Boat set in navy blue ink. I stamped a second boat in black because I wanted to color in the sails with my Copics. I die cut the boat and preserver and set them aside.

Then I got to work on the background. I found a couple of great papers in Fancy Pants' Nautical paper pad. For the sea, I used Paper Smooches' Borders 1 die to create waves. I cut 2 waves from the patterned paper and 2 waves from velum.

I used a distress ink applicator to darken the edges of the paper and of velum, then stuck them together with thin strips of glue. I made sure to leave the tops of waves glue-free so it adds a bit of dimension. Then, I adhered them to the sky and mounted the entire background on a piece of dark grey cardstock.

I paper-pieced the sails on the boat and added it to the card. I tucked the boat under one of the velum waves, adhering it only at the bottom.

For the sentiment, I stamped the Y and U on a piece of white cardstock and glued it to the card. I stamped "float my boat" under it in navy ink. Then, I added the life preserver, using a foam square.

As the last touch, I added 3 glittery gold enamel dots.

Stamps: Lawn Fawn Float My Boat, Simon Says Stamp Sketched Alphabet
Die: Lawn Fawn Float My Boat die, Paper Smooches Borders 1 die
Cardstock: Simon Says Stamp 100# Schoolhouse Red (base), Simon Says Stamp 100# Slate Gray (panel), Bazzill Marshmallow (white)
Bazzill Vellum 40lbs
Ink: Memento Luxe Nautical Blue, Memento Luxe Love Letter (heart) Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Distress Ink in Broken China and Seedless Preserves
Fancy Pants Nautical 6x6 paper pad
My Mind's Eye Charmed Enamel Dots

Saturday, April 26, 2014

SSS- This Stinks

Card #3 in the masculine cards series.

This card was inspired by a friend of mine. We were talking about cards and about how men usually mostly get cards for other men only during big events (birthdays, weddings, etc). My friend happened to comment that it's because other occasions cards sound kind of sappy and overly verbose - especially when all you want to say is "That sucks."

So, here's a simple and casual card for such an occasion. This card took a very short time to make (~15 minutes), which is great if you're in a rush.

After stamping and coloring in the skunk with my Copics, I carefully cut him out and got to working on the background. I cut watercolor paper to 3.75x5". I used distress inks to create the watercolor background (if you're not familiar with this technique, check out this video). Once the initial color was dry, I splattered a few water drops on it to add a bit of texture and color contrast.

I adhered the panel to a black card base, then mounted the skunk toward the middle of the panel using foam squares. I created a custom "dude" at the top of the card with stickers, and stamped a simple sentiment to the bottom of the card.

Lastly, I used my Copics to add a bit of shadow under the skunk so it doesn't look like he's floating. A few subtle stinky wiggle lines, and the card is done!

Since this card is clean and simple, I'm entering it in the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge.

Cardstock: Bazzill Licorice
Paper: Strathmore Watercolor Paper
Copics: W2, W4, W6, W8, B91
Stamp: Simon Says Stamp Stinkin' Cute
Ink: Distress Ink in Evergreen Bough, Broken China and Vintage Photo (background), My Favorite Things Hybrid Ink in Black Licorice (sentiment), Memento Tuxedo Black (skunk)
Jillibean Soup Alphabeans in Apple Green

Friday, April 25, 2014

Book/Journal Dad

Card #2 in the Masculine series is a simple "Dad" card.

For this card, I wanted to go with something a bit more simple. The fun thing about this card is that it can be used for many occasions - depending entirely on what you write inside the card. It can make for a great Father's Day card, or a birthday card, or even just a "hi, I love you" card. The best thing about this card, though, is that it came out looking like an old book or journal. How awesome is that?

I started by figuring out what embellishments I wanted to use on this card. It may seem a bit odd to start with the embellishments, but I find that it's easiest to convey masculinity with linearity and simplicity. After pulling out a stray brown button, some brown ribbon and hemp twine, I found a pack of photo corners that I won in a holiday giveaway.I don't scrapbook, so photo corners are really not something I would make a lot of use out of. But they looked like they would make a really different decorative piece, so I decided to use them.

I cut a piece of brown cardstock to 4"x5.25" - slightly smaller than a card base. I placed an oval in the upper half of the panel and ran it through my Bigshot. At the bottom, I glued a piece of patterned paper, followed by the ribbon and hemp twine. I tied the button to the twine and used a bit of glue to make sure it stays in place. I added the photo corners to all 4 corners of the panel.

I stamped the big, bold "Dad" on the card base, then adhered the panel with foam squares. Lastly, I added a few dots around the panel cut out with my white gel pen.

Base: Bazzill Taffy card stock
Paper: Bazzill Chocolate card stock, Kaisercraft Hunt and Gather 6.5x6.5
Stamp: Simon Says Stamp Father's Day
Ink: Memento Luxe in Expresso Truffle
American Crafts Amy Tangerine flat boxed ribbon
Hemptique Natural Hemp Cord twine
Scrapbook Adhesives Photo corners
Scrapbook Adhesives  Foam Squares
White Gel Pen

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Birthday Boy - SOG

I've seen several bloggers and YouTube crafters create a card series around a theme or card type, and I really love the idea. Not only do I get to practice my creativity, but I get to see what stamps might be missing from my now extensive collection of stamps.

So, let's get started with a new series: Masculine cards (for boys and men)! The next 5 cards will all be masculine cards.

This first card is a birthday card for a younger boy - and it's very bright and cheerful.

I started by stamping Big Day Tobie from Some Odd Girl in Memento tuxedo black ink. After coloring him in with Copics, I carefully cut him out and set him aside.

For the front panel, I layered two rainbow-colored patterned paper. I set them slightly higher than the middle of the panel to leave some room at the bottom for the sentiment. After adhering a piece of grosgrain ribbon to the middle of the panel, I adhered Tobie using foam squares.

I stamped the sentiment in Memento tuxedo black ink and colored it in with Copics. Since some of the letters were much darker than others, I added a few white dots with my white gel pen.

Lastly, I added a small banner to the top of the card. I did a messy outline in white gel pen and adhered a round diecut as the last bit of decoration.

Stamps: Some Odd Girl: Big Day Tobie, Simon Says Stamp: Birthday Messages (sentiment)
Base: Simon Says Stamp 100#lb Soft Navy, Bazzill Marshmallow
Paper: Becky Higgins Project Life Honey Edition 12x12, Simple Stories I Heart Summer 6x6
Copics: Skin (E00, E11, E13, E15), Hair (Y21, Y35, E35, E79), Jeans/eyes (B91, B45, B99), Shirt (B00, B91. B45), Sweater/shoes (YR15, YR04, YR68, R08, R45,W2), Cake (E23, E35, E47, BG01, BG07, Y 35, R45), Letters (BG07, V04, R46, Y35, YR15, YG06)
White Gel Pen
Scrapbook Adhesives Foam Squares
Offray Aquamarine GrosGrain Ribbon
 Bo Bunny Surprise! diecuts

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Birhday Shell-ebrate

I think most card makers will agree with me - making masculine cards is pretty hard sometimes. With feminine cards, you can always fall back on soft colors and flowers, but it's a lot more challenging to make something masculine. Especially when the man in question doesn't really care for fishing, hunting or sports.

But I really needed to make a birthday card for my brother-in-law, so I went to my motto - when in doubt, go funny.

I pulled out the Party Posse stamp set from Paper Smooches and stamped the turtle (henceforth known as Shelly). I added the little party hat and puff from the stamp set and colored it all in with my copics.

I created a simple white panel and added the sentiment. After mounting it on a piece of patterned paper, I adhered it to the card. finally, to tie in some of the colors, I stuck a bunch of enamel dots to the card front.

And voila! Simple but cute and funny birthday card.

Paper Smooches SPARKS challenge this week is Anything Goes, so I'm going to enter this card in the challenge.

WOOHOO! I was a featured player in the Sparks Challenge. Check it out! :D

Stamp: Paper Smooches Party Posse
Base: Simon Says Stamp White Woodgrain card stock
Paper: Lawn Fawn Hello Sunshine petite 6x6, Bazzill Marshmallow (panel)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (turtle), Mama Elephant Hazelnut (sentiment)
Copics: G21, YG67, E23, E35, E59, E79, W2 W4, W6, B05 B28, B000 R22
White Gel Pen
Enamel Dots: Freckled Fawn Neon Enamel Dots, Prima Flowers All Star Sugar Enamel Dots

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Nautical Mermaid

Today felt like a nautical kind of day, so I pulled out the Under the Sea Mae stamp set and got to coloring. This time around, I wanted to go with a cooler palette, so I chose purple and mint hues for the mermaid.

After she was colored in and fussy-cut, I got to work on the background. I grabbed some papers from the Fancy Pants Nautical paper pad and started to assemble the background. It took a lot of die cutting, gluing and repositioning to get things just right, but I'm very happy with how it turned out.

The sentiment was embossed in gold, and I added a few pearls and sequins for that extra decorative touch.

Base: Simon Says Stamp White Woodgrain paper
Cardstock: Simon Says Stamp Soft Nautical #100lbs, Bazzill 21lb Vellum Card stock
Paper: Fancy Pants Nautical 6x6
Dies: Sizzix Circles die, Lawn Fawn Float My Boat die
Stamp: Some Odd Girl Under the Sea Mae
Ranger Super Fine Gold Embossing Powder
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark
Copics: Skin (E00, E11, E13, E15), Hair/Fins (V12, V04, V06, V17, BV08), Tail (BG11, BG32, BG18), Swimsuit (R35, R46, R59), Seashell (W2, W3, W4)
Some Odd Girl Spring Mix sequins
White pearls
Sakura white opaque gel pen
Red and white Baker's Twine

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Easter Treats and Card

Between a very heavy workload at work and preparing for Easter, I've had very little free time to sit down and blog. I did, however, steal a little moment to make some adorable treat boxes as well as a few cards for close family.

I made the milk-carton boxes by following this tutorial from PootlesPapercraft. Not only did the boxes turn out absolutely adorable, but they were pretty easy to make. I made a total of 30 boxes over a week or so and didn't feel overwhelmed. Each box is filled with chocolate eggs and Hershey's kisses.

Box Supplies:
Base - Neenah Desert Storm in 80lbs
Paper - Doodlebug SPRINGTIME 6 x 6 Paper Pad; Bazzill Marshmallow card stock (for sentiment circles)
Stamp -  Lawn Fawn Happy Easter
Spring Pastels ribbon

For the card, I used Honey Bunny set by Mama Elephant to create a cute bunny couple. Since I was making several cards for Easter, I wanted to keep the card relatively simple and easy to recreate.

I started with a craft cardstock base, using Neenah's Desert Storm in 100lbs. It made for a very sturdy base. I adhered a piece of patterned paper to the card, leaving a border around the edges.

After stamping the bunnies on a piece of white marker paper, I colored them in using my Copic markers. I gave them bright jellybean-like colors. Or maybe they dyed their fur to celebrate Easter? I fussy-cut them out and adhered them to a circular panel. I then mounted the panel to a larger pink cardstock circle. I stamped the sentiment from the same set and added it to a piece of pink cardstock.

I adhered both panels to the card, using foam squares to add a bit of dimension. I also tied a piece of antique white satin ribbon to the top of the card.

The final touch was a couple of sequins and an enamel dot for just that extra bit of color.

Card Supplies:
Base - Neenah Desert Storm 100lbs
Papermania Spots/Stripes Pastels 6x6, Simon Says Stamp #100lbs card stock in Doll Pink
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Stamp: Honey Bunny by Mama Elephant 
Copics: Blue (B00, BG01, BG07, R20), Purple (V12 V04, V06, V17)
Some Odd Girl Spring Mix sequins
Prima Flowers Delight Enamel Dots
Antique white satin ribbon

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Hoppy Easter! (SOG)

Easter is fast approaching, and I haven't even gotten started on making cards for my family and friends (yikes!). I figured I'd better get my butt in gear and get started with some Easter cards.

This card started with the brand new and completely adorable stamp from Some Odd Girl - Hip Hop Hooray. As I was coloring the bunnies with my Copics, it struck me that they looked a lot like a couple. So, I decided to add a few details and set them next to each other. For the bow and the hat, I used Some Odd Girl's Hipster Pets set.

Since I used brighter colors for the bunnies and the carrot, I wanted to keep the rest of the card relatively simple. I added some patterned paper, some hemp cord and an orange button that matched the base cardstock. I stamped the sentiment in Memento Luxe espresso truffle.

As a last touch, I glued some of the brand new Some Odd Girl Baby Mix sequins. I think they added the perfect amount of color.

Base: Bazzill Circus Peanuts cardstock
Paper: Papermania Spots/Stripes Pastels 6x6 
Stamps: Some Odd Girl Hip Hop Hooray, Some Odd Girl Hipster Pets, Mama Elephant Honey Bunny 
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Memento Luxe Espresso Truffle
Copics: Girl Bunny (E50, E42, E35, E37, E29, R81, R22), Boy Bunny (B00, W2, W3, W4, W6, BV11, R81, R22), Carrot (Y35, YE15, YR04, YR68, R08, YG00, G07, G46), Basket (Y21, Y35, E23, V06, V12, B91, B95, B99), Hat (BG11, BG32, BG18, R08, R29), Bowtie (R08, R29, R89)
Sequins: Some Odd Girl Baby Mix
White Gel Pen
Hemptique Natural Cord 

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Love Note

I wanted to try some different embellishments for this card, so I figured I should make use of the cute Maya Road envelopes I bought a few months ago.

I started by coloring the sweet fairy from Some Odd Girl's Pixie Dust stamp set. I wanted to make her look very cheerful, so I chose to go with mainly yellow. Yellow is such a happy color. Her wings are green and blue to add a bit of contrast.

After matting a piece of striped paper to some mint cardstock, I tied hemp cord around the bottom and added a blue button. I glued it to the base with tape runner adhesive.

I stamped a sentiment on a piece of 2x2 white cardstock, and tucked it in the envelope. Then, I attached the fairy to the envelope with a bit of adhesive. Lastly, I put foam squares on the back of the fairy and the envelope and attached it to the card.

Overall, it was a pretty simple card, but I really like how it turned out.

Stamp: Some Odd Girl Pixie Dust (fairy), Some Odd Girl Lovey Tobie (hearts), Some Odd Girl Love Letter Kaylee (sentiment)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Avery Elle Aquamarine, Avery Elle Cherry
Cardstock: Bazzill Peanut Fudge (base), Simon Says Stamp #100 in Mint
Paper: Heidi Swapp Serendipity 6x6
Copics: Dress/Eyes (Y35, YR15, YR38, R08, W2, W4), Skin (E00, E11, E13, E15, R20, R22), Hair (E23, E57, E59, E79), Wings (B00. BG1, G21, G43, BG18)
White Gel Pen
Hemptique natural single cord twine
Maya Road kraft white polka dot envelopes
Scrapbook Adhesives foam squares

Monday, April 7, 2014

Tiddly Inks - Spring

Tiddly Inks challenge blog currently has a spring-themed challenge, and I thought I'd enter. I've got a growing collection of Tiddly Inks stamps, and I wanted to create something fun and pretty with them.

I chose to go with Fairy Tenderhearted, as she just looks like a personification of spring: time for growth and caring. I stamped her in Memento Tuxedo Black and colored the image in with my Copics.

I cut the stamped image into a circle using the Sizzix circle dies. Then, I cut a scalloped circle from Bazzill's Tahitian Princess cardstock. This cardstock is fantastic because it comes already embossed, so it added a great texture to the card.

For the paper, I chose a flowered pattern paper that had both pink and aqua hues. I glued it to the cardstock, then added the stamped image and a strip of cardstock on the bottom for the sentiment.I stamped the word "Spring" on a piece of vellum cardstock and embossed it with Liquid Platinum embossing powder.

The last touch was a pink polkadot button, glued to the velum.

Stamp: Tiddly Inks Fairy Tenderhearted, Sweet Stamp Shop Monogram Alpha (sentiment)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark Watermark embossing ink
Base: Simon Says Stamp 100# in Doll Pink
Paper: Bazzill Tahitian Princess, Pebbles Garden Party 6x6
Ranger Platinum Embossing Powder
Copics: Hair (Y15, Y35, E23, E35, E18), Skin (E00, E11, E15), Wings (B00, BG01, BG07, V12, V04), Dress (B000, B91, B95), Tree (E23, E35, E57, E59, G21, G46, BG01, BG07), Bird (Y15, YR15), Flowers (R22, R35, G21, G46)
White Gel Pen
Zig Wink of Stella

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Glamorous Fairy

For this card, I wanted to create something that was both magical and slightly mysterious.

I started by stamping Some Odd Girl's Fairy Magic in Memento tuxedo black ink. I then colored her in with Copics and added a few highlight spots with a white gel pen. I was experimenting with brighter colors, and I really like how everything turned out.

For the rest of the card, I chose darker papers that would make the fairy pop. I used the two largest Sizzix Fancy Labels frames to create a center panel. The larger frame was cut from the same cardstock as the card base, and the smaller frame was cut from Crate Paper Maggie Holmes paper.

As a final touch, I added a few pearls to two right corners.

Stamp: Fairy Magic by Some Odd Girl
Ink: Memento in Tuxedo Black
Cardstock: Bazzill in Chocolate
Paper: Crate Paper Maggie Holmes Signature 6x6, My Mind's Eye Come Away With Me 6x6
Copics: Wings (V12, V04, V06), Hair (YR15, YR68, R29, R59), Skin/Make Up (E00, E11, E13, E15, R20, R22, BG01, BG07, R29), Dress (YG00, YG06, G46)
White Gel Pen
Melissa Frances Pearls in Tan/Brown

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Lawn Fawn - Sunflower and Daisy

I've got two cards to share today. They both use the same supplies, but give two very different looks.

Let's start with the sunflower:

For this card, I first stamped the flowers, leaves and planting pot from Lawn Fawn's Our Friendship Grows stamp set. I colored them in using my Copics, added a few subtle highlights with my white gel pen, then got to work on the background. I got the watercolor look by rubbing distress inks in rows on my craft sheet and spraying them a couple of times with water. I placed a 2" strip of watercolor and pressed it down firmly to create a gradient look. I dried it with my heat tool and attached it to two strips of gray paper from the Let's Polka 6x6 paper pad. After gluing it down on a sunshine notecard, I arranged the flowers and leaves.

And now the daisy:

I followed the same process with the daisy, but I switched the colors around - using a mermaid notecard for the base. It looks much different from the sunflowers, even though the same stamp was used. I experimented a little with the texture on the flower center, and it turned out really cool.

I think this card duo is my favorite set of cards I've made this year. I just love how the colors and textures came out. 

Stamp: Lawn Fawn Our Friendship Grows
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Copics: Sunflower (Y06, Y21, Y35, YR15, YR68, R29, E42, E23, E37, E79), Daisy (B000, B00, B91, B95, B99, Y21, Y35, Y06, YR04, YR15, YR27, E37), Leaves (G21, G43, G46), pots (E23, E37, E79), Shadow under pot (W4, W6)
Distress Ink: Broken China, Peacock Blue, Seedless Preserves
Watercolor paper
Lawn Fawndamentals notecards in Sunshine and Mermaid
Paper: Let's Polka 6x6
Sakura jellyroll White gel pen

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Cake And Candles birthday

Birthday cards are always in demand, and they're always fun to make. Birthdays are a happy occasion where it's completely acceptable to be cute, or funny, or to turn around and go with something more classy and refined.

For this card, I used The Greeting Farm's Birthday Anya 3. I colored her in with my Copics and added a few small accents (like polkadots on the bow) with a white gel pen. After coloring the dress, I drew in circles with a blue pen.

After making a base from the new Simon Says Stamp cardstock in Surf Blue, I lined it with two pieces of Lawn Fawn Let's Polka paper. A simple stamped greeting at the top finished the card.

This was my attempt to create a simple card. It was a bit more challenging than I thought. I still felt like adding something to the upper left corner, but I resisted. This way, the focus is on the character and that's exactly what I was going for.

Stamp: The Greeting Farm - Birthday Anya 3, Avery Elle - Cake & Candles (sentiment)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (girl), Memento Luxe in Tuxedo Black (sentiment)
Base: Simon Says Stamp #100 in Surf Blue
Paper: Lawn Fawn Let's Polka 6x6
Copics: Hair (E35, E37, E47), Skin (E00, E13, E15, R20), Heart/ribbons/shoes/berries (R29, R59), Dress (Y21, Y35, YR15), Cake (B000, R82, R85)
Sakura White jellyroll gel pen
Sharpie thin 0.5 pen in blue