Monday, 28 June 2010


Hi there

Home....This is where I wish I was now!  I may be a little quiet on my blog this week as I am having some treatment on my back and I'm having to stay away from home :o(

I had hoped to join in the H{ippity} Hop today, but it didn't quite happen, so I thought I would share a card that I made a while ago for a publication.  Unfortunately, it didn't make it through but I loved playing along with the colours though!

I used a Sizzix cutter for the house, little buttons for the smoke coming out of the chimney and American Crafts thickers for the word 'home', finally finishing it off by handwriting the word 'new'.

Hope you likey!

I will be back on Thursday with my Play Date Cafe card, the colours this week are FAB! You will love them!

Also, if you haven't entered the first ever Tiffany Doodles' challenge yet, there are some great digi images to win.

Don't forget to play along with both, they are great fun.  You could even combine the two challenges to make it easier! 

Have a great week, back soon!

Thursday, 24 June 2010

Play Date Cafe Challenge Time

Happy Thursday everyone!  How's your week going?  Mine has been a LOT calmer this week, I decided not to book in everyone like I normally do and take it a bit slower. I'm a bit of a scamp for over committing myself.  It all seems like a good idea at the time, and then I'm ready to collapse in a heap at the end of the week where I've tried to do too much lol.

It's been lovely so far, I've been out for short country walks in the mornings with Lulu and I've got lots of jobs done that needed doing.  Boring housey jobs, but I'm slowly ticking off the list!

It's Play Date Cafe Challenge day today, and we've got some fab colours for you this week, very much my colours, bright and cheerful! 

This week's challenge was set by Sarah, this is the inspiration picture she gave us....

This was actually quite a challenge for me.  I absolutely love the colours, but I couldn't quite get the red and orange to work together with the papers I had in my collection.  I was a bit puzzled as to how to pull it all together.  Enter my friend to the rescue!!!  She not only came over to visit me on Monday so that we could make some cards, but she also brought exactly the right colour of patterned paper I needed.  Can you believe that?!  She didn't know herself why she even brought it. It was just meant to be!

The card itself was very straightforward once I had the right paper!  Here are the details;
  1. Mat a white cardstock base with brown cardstock and then mat with patterned paper
  2. Cut out three nesties labels in colours as shown, distress edges of turquoise and orange labels
  3. Die cut butterfly, curl up wings before pop dotting onto label
  4. Add prima flowers to centre of butterflies body
  5. Tie ribbon before adhering butterfly label
  6. Give your friend a great big hug for being the bestest friend there is, and for bringing exactly the coloured paper you need, in the nick of time!
Our celebrity designer this week is Lucy Abrams.  I love her style, she does lots of hybrid digi work, which I'm starting to get into.   In fact the card I dreamt about a few weeks ago (with the half cut out circle) was inspired by an owl card she made!  Thanks Lucy!

If you need more inspiration for this week's colours just pop on over to the main Play Date Cafe blog and check out what the rest of the DT did.  We hope you'll join in with us this week! 

Dies: Sizzix - Butterfly, Nesties Labels (?#9)
Papers: Bazzill Cardstock, o Bunny
Accessories: Prima flowers, SU! stripey grosgrain

Have a great day! 

Monday, 21 June 2010

Smile With Your Heart :o)

Hi everyone

Did you have a good weekend?  We had lots of visitors yesterday.  It was Father's Day but we also had family and friends over.  We were doing quite well until we realised we didn't have a dessert!!  How could we forget that?!!  Anyway, Mars Bars to the rescue! We chopped them up and served them instead, with some little flapjack bites.  Luckily they were very good friends, and family will forgive most things lol

I have a card to share with you today.  I wanted to use some of my new goodies, two Martha Stewart punches and my Basic Grey Lemonade pad, so this is what I came up with....

I don't often do cards just with sentiments.  In fact I never really did them at all until a couple of the girls on the Play Date Cafe team did them and I thought I must try that!  That's what I love most about blogging, you try so many more things than you would if you just worked in isolation.  I get so much inspiration from other bloggers, thanks everyone!

This card uses the fab sketch over at Card Patterns. I had started to make a card with their sketch last week, but completely missed the deadline so I may share that with you another time.

I know there's supposed to be something resembling flowers on the left, but hopefully you can forgive my central button bow instead!  I am really pleased with how this turned out, especially my lovely little butterflies, they are so much fun to do!

The sentiment is from the {ippity} set, 'Fall For You' and the checkerboard background in the scallop circle is made using the 'Bit of Burlap'.  I wasn't sure what to do with the Burlap one to start with, but it stamps so well and gives a lovely delicate background, funky too!

If you'd like to buy either of these sets just drop me an e-mail.  See sidebar for details.  I am hoping to get a separate page up and running soon.

Enjoy the rest of the hop! 

Thursday, 17 June 2010

PDCC - Colour Splash (or Color Splash depending where you live!)

Happy Thursday everyone!

Thank you all for your wonderful comments about my studio!  I really do feel very fortunate with the space I now have to create, it's taken a long time to get it but it just needs tweaks now.  

It's Play Date Cafe challenge time again.  Goodness me, I feel like life is really going fast now!  My term as part of the design team at PDCC is already over half way through :o(

Before I tell you about today's challenge I would like to give credit to the talented person that had the twine flower tutorial on their blog (the one I used for last week's blog post, but couldn't remember where I'd seen it).  It was on Maile Belle's blog.  Thanks Maile, it was so much fun to do!  Thanks too to Jaclyn who was able to tell me where I'd seen it!

So, onto today's challenge, which is a colour splash.  This week it's black, white and a splash of blue.  Love it!  I decided to grab out my new favourite stamps by Lawn Fawn.  Kelly Marie's images are SO cute, and they stamp beautifully too, I am in lurve!

This was the inspiration picture from Julie, isn't it a lovely shade of blue!  Pop over to Julie's blog too, she is having a blogoversary giveaway! 

Despite taking numerous photos I couldn't quite get my camera to pick up the intensity of the blue that I'd used, which is a pity because it's such a nice colour and very similar to the inspiration pic.  I recently learnt how to do the scrunched up ribbon using glimmer mist spray so had a play at dying my own ribbon.  I learnt the technique on the Embellish Magazine blog.  As part of being a subscriber you got to view the tutorial early so I had a play.  What fun!  The hardest part was not peeking to see what colour the ribbon was going to come out.  You had to leave it overnight to dry!

My card is pretty self explanatory this week, so I haven't done a step by step for you, but will give you a few bits of info about things I did... I stamped my new Hero Arts distressed stamp in black and white twice to get a checkerboard effect which I used behind the main image.  I used Stickles to add detail to the typewriter buttons, and I did some faux stitching around the edge of the central panel to give the black a bit of a lift.

Our celebrity designer this week is Mandy Cheshire of Limelight Papercrafts.  They are also our sponsors, so do join in for a fab prize, more details on the Play Date Cafe blog, and you can see Mandy's lovely card for our challenge there!

Check out the rest of the DT's creations too, here's a quick reminder of their blog details, so pop over and leave them some lovin'!

I do hope you get time to play.  As you know I love my colour so it's always a bit of a stretch for me to do black and white, but this was fun!

Oh, by the way, my studio is looking really rather messy, nothing like those pictures last week!  At least I have a record now though of how good it can look if I tidy my things away! My Marmie (Mum) phoned me the other day and said she had to take a double look to check it was my studio as it's never normally that tidy!  Huh, cheek of it!!! ..... She is right though ;o)

Stamps: Lawn Fawn: 'Just my Type', Hero Arts: 'Large Canvas Stripes'
Papers: Bazzill Cardstock
Accessories: Gems from stash, ribbon from local haberdashery died with shimmer mist

Monday, 14 June 2010

A quick card for H{ippity} Hop

Happy Monday!

I hope you had a good weekend.  We had a lovely weekend, not much time to create, but we had a family photo shoot done!  We felt like we were posing for a Vogue magazine, all very glam!  We don't have the pictures back yet, but they seem to have come out really well.  I'm not very photogenic if I pose for the camera. I put on a really silly smile for some reason, so I guess the photographer will have a bit of editing to do before they get sent over to us lol

I made this card using the Get Sketchy challenge sketch.   I've used the label stamp from 'A Moment in Time' and the little sentiment comes from a previous collection 'Moon Beam and Heart Strings'.

I bought my little ticket stamp a while ago, I'd wanted one for EVER.  Then when I got it I didn't really know what to do with it!  Does that ever happen to you?!

I'm a bit behind with commenting, so if I haven't popped by to say hello I will at some point.  It's been very busy, and is likely to get busier this week as we have a family funeral to attend, under very sad circumstances.

On a lighter note, do try to play along over at the Play Date Cafe, there's still time!  Also, join in with the digi challenge over at Tiffany Doodles.  You could even combine both challenges.

If you would like to buy any of {ippity} stamps I do sell them so just drop me an e-mail :o)

Enjoy the rest of your day.  I hope it's sunny where you are!

Don't forget to check out the {ippity} blog for the full listing of others participating in the hop.

Thursday, 10 June 2010

I had a dream, PDCC and sneaky peeks of my studio!

Hi again

Warning this is a long post!

First let me start by saying 'hope your day is fabulous'!  I love that phrase.  Every day should be fabulous, shouldn't it?! I had a fabulous day the other day.  I found out I'd made the top 3 over at Unscripted Sketches sketch 57.  I wouldn't have realised until much later,  Shauna very kindly left me a comment to tell me!  Thanks Shauna!  I did a little happy dance, like you do!

Our sketch this week at the Play Date Cafe is to use Raspberry, Aqua, Kraft and White.  What a FAB colour combination.  Not colours I would normally work with, but it's got some bright in there, which I love as you know!

Here is the inspiration pic from Mona;

The colours are lovely and fresh aren't they?  I must be tired, I could snuggle up under that duvet right now! I'm in a coffee-no sleep spiral at the minute.  I'm not sleeping very well so am waking up tired, then I have to have coffee to keep awake during the day and then, well I'm sure you've guessed the rest lol

Our sponsor and guest designer this week is Courtney Baker.She is giving away the prize of this lovely stamp set, called 'Barefoot Summer'.   You can see more like this over at Practicing Creativity.

Aren't they sweet little images, those little flip flops are SO cute!

Today my post is a little odd, well probably more to me than to you. You see I had a dream.. about the card I made at the top of this post.  I'd seen the colours of the sketch for this week's challenge and I'd been pondering over a few design ideas and then I literally woke up at the weekend knowing exactly what I wanted to do, right down to the colour of the button, the stamps, punches..everything!!!   It is SO odd, it looks exactly like the card in my dream. Usually I have an idea and then when I put it together it's absolutely nothing like it was in my head lol.   Does that ever happen to you, or am I just completely mad?!!!

This challenge was great because as you may recall I have a list of different ideas that I want to try, that I add to as I come across inspirational cards/projects/tutorials etc.  For this card I achieved four things...
  • To use kraft again (check!)
  • To stamp a background (well I did a basic one if that counts!) (check!)
  • To try out a twine flower behind a button (where oh where did I see this shown?  It was on someone's blog and I would love to give them credit for it.  If you happen to know who made it please can you let me know) (check!)
  • To cut a circle off the side of the card ( this was inspired by a tutorial over at Hero Arts by Lucy Abrams (check!)
I had SO much fun with this card.  Thanks Mona for the inspiration!

So, onto the details...

(as my post is so long I've added a mini picture of the card, that way these details will make more sense!)  
  1. Cut raspberry card to fit card base
  2. Cut a square of kraft and using a Coluzzle cutter cut out a circle along the edge,  attach an aqua strip of card behind the circle, stamp large flower in raspberry ink
  3. Stamp second smaller flower in raspberry onto kraft, attach to large flower, make a twine flower and finish off with a button, layering with pop dots
  4. Stamp kraft with white flowers, add punched border 
  5. Tie on polka dot ribbon before attaching to front of card, leaving a border at the top and bottom
  6. Stamp sentiment onto aqua card, and mat onto raspberry, rounding opposite corners and finish with pearls
  7. Be amazed that your card came together as a result of a dream!
I don't know if you know but I am the host over at PDCC this week, and the DT are sharing our creative spaces!  Here are some pictures of the studio where I create.

This table had a bit of drama attached to it.  I'd ordered a larger one, only to find we couldn't get it to fit through the utility door!  We ended up having to go for the smaller one instead!  I LOVE this table, the minute I saw it I knew I had to get it for the studio.  I keep my tools close to hand, and the baskets have brads, inks and cutters in.

To the left of that I have shelving (yet to be painted) above this unit..

This is where I use my Big Shot, and again the drawers are full of crafty bits and bobs!

To the right of the window I have this chest, with my heart wall hanging that I use to show cards for sale, and bits and pieces that inspire me!  I still need to get a clock and some pictures/wall hangings.  My walls are still a bit bare.

You may recall from a previous post that I love Betty Boop.  Our friends bought me this from an antique shop.  Unfortunately, some of my card magazines fell off the unit and broke her hand, but she always makes me smile when I see her!  It was such a lovely surprise to get her.  In the trug on the unit I keep most of my ribbons, well that's not true, some of my ribbons!  I have rather a few more than that!  Ian is working on getting a ribbon stand made for me so that will proudly house all of my gorgeous coloured ribbons!

This is to the right of  Betty Boop.  The drawers hold my 12 x 12 papers, each sorted by colour, and stored in 12 x 12 plastic storage boxes.  On the top of the unit I keep my Smooch paints, glimmer mist and some card magazines.  Next to that is my stamp storage and other crafty bits.  I've got my stamps sorted by theme.  Those plastic boxes need to go.  I really want to get some pretty baskets and bits!  All in good time, as my Marmie (Mum) says!

So that's where I create!  Ordered chaos!

Don't forget to check out the rest of the Design Team's creations, here's the list to make it easier..

Have a great day and join in with us this week at the Play Date Cafe Challenge, who knows maybe you will dream up a card design too! ;o)

ps - if you got to the end of this post well done, I'm proud of you!  ♥

Wednesday, 9 June 2010

Manicure anyone?!

Hi there everyone

This is a very quick posting today as I'm dashing out the door, but first wanted to share a card with you that I made for a friend (hope she's not reading my blog today!)

My friend is nailvarnish mad, 'Jessica' being her favourite brand. She always has perfectly manicured nails, and also loves anything beauty like facials, manicures, etc! This stamp set by Inkadinkadoo is perfect for her, it's called 'Stamp it, girlfriend'! It was a bit of a drama to make because I'd got all of the little stamps out only to lose the nailvarnish bottle stamp. After ages searching (I got the whole house helping too!) I gave up and went over to Tiffany Doodles, downloaded her nailvarnish bottle, shrunk the image down in size and used that instead! I'm enjoying this digi stuff!

I'm entering this card into two challenges, Get Sketchy, with this sketch,
and Everything but the Kitchen Sink for their 'nailpolish' challenge. I'm not sure if you can see from the picture that I've painted the little nailvarnish bottles with some bright red nailvarnish that I have! (that's what happens when you take photos in a rush!)  Fun!

I will be back tomorrow with my card for this week's Play Date Cafe Challenge.

Have a great day/evening wherever you are!

Monday, 7 June 2010

H{ippity} is here again, where does the time go?!

Hi there everyone

Please scroll down for Tiffany Doodles Challenge.  

I was trying to post this below the Tiffany Doodles one, but because of the Blogger issues I thought it was best to leave it well alone, seeing as it's already been posted!!  I will be quick today becuase of the Blogger issues.  Mine seems to be ok at the minute, so I'm going to do it quickly with fingers crossed that it will work!

Here is my card for the hop. Don't forget to check out the {ippity} blog for the full listing of others participating in the hop.

I loosely used the FTL sketch over at Clean and Simple Stamping, here...
I say loosely used it because I don't actually have a stamped image in the middle, just my little stamped butterflies from the Now and Always set.

This card was fun to make, I'd picked up a piece of patchwork paper that I loved.  I always like patchwork papers, I'd love to be able to do that on a sewing maching, that would be fab.

(oh dear, yet another technique to add to my never ending list lol)

Stamps: {ippity}: Now and Forever, Papertrey Ink: Springtime Doodles
Papers: Girls Papier - Vintage Patchwork, SU! raspberry cardstock

Accessories: SU! polka dot ribbon, Prima pink pearls, blue pearls, buttons and twine from stash, Tim Holtz 'Tattered Rose'

Thanks for popping by my blog, have fun on the hop!

Tiffany Doodles First Ever Challenge!!

It's time to play!  Come and join in the fun with us over at Tiffany Doodles!  We have our very first challenge starting today, with a sketch. 

Here is the sketch created for us by Jenyfur.

I decided to use another of the 'Doodle Blooms' digi images.  I really do LOVE these, they are so funky!  I wanted to play with my Basic Grey Kyoshi papers so pulled out various co-ordinating papers and this is what I came up with;
I even fulfilled one of my New Year resolutions... to do something on the inside of my cards.  Ok, I know, it's June, but I got there eventually.. even if I am a bit late!  Better late than never, isn't that what they say?!  Here's what I did, just to take away a bit of the plain white card inside..
I think this has turned out ok, but it's not my usual bright colours, so it's a bit muted for me.  I do have to play around with new colours though, I'm terrible for sticking to what I know!  It would be great to hear what your favourite colour combinations are.  I really love the font of those little Unity stamps, they are SO cute!  I must play with some get well cards, the trouble is I don't anyone that's sick at the moment and don't want to jinx them lol My card was very simple to make, here are the details;
  1. Cut out patterned paper to fill most of base card
  2. Using a different paper cut a strip to finish covering the base card
  3. Print the digi doodle onto mauve paper
  4. Cut a rectangle in green paper, one in black polka dot and the one in mauve
  5. Paper piece the image using various papers, using foam dots 3d the flower
  6. Punch border in mauve paper, attach as shown
  7. Add ribbon across the punched border
  8. Stamp 'under the weather' sentiment, attach to black polka dot strip and attach to card as shown
  9. Stitch a button to ribbon and adhere to the top of the panel
  10. Add 3 blue pearls to flower to finish
Digi Images: Tiffany Doodles 'Doodle Blooms'  
Stamps: Unity 'Heart Time'  
Papers: Basic Grey 'Kyoshi' 6 x 6 pad  
Accessories: East of India polka dot ribbon, Prima pearls, button from stash, Martha Stewart punch
    I'm fairly new to paper piecing, so if you haven't tried it before all you need to do is print your image onto different pieces of patterned paper, and then cut around the black outline and assemble.  In my one above I printed the original image onto mauve paper, so that the 'umbrella' handle as I call it would be flat, and then the other papers pieced together on top of it using pop dots to give a 3d effect.  Have a go, it really is quite therapeutic, and you can do it while you watch tv too! Do pop by the other DT members' blogs for some more inspiration, they have come up with some fab cards.
    So, go and make yourself a cuppa and get that printer whizzing because you can have so much fun with this challenge!  You have until the end of the month to enter for a chance to win some fab prizes!  More details can be found on the main Tiffany Doodles site, just pop on over there to enter.   Don't forget to grab our blinkies for your blog too!

    Thursday, 3 June 2010

    Play Date Cafe - it's a peach

    For Tiffany Doodles Blog Hop Winner please scroll down...(updated post to include winner)

    Happy Thursday!  I love Thursdays, they mean it's nearly the weekend and it's also Play Date Cafe Challenge day!  Yay!  I LOVE these challenges, they truly do push me to try new colours!

    This week Sarah set the challenge of peaches, lemon and white.  All of my favourite colours... not!  Sarah set it to challenge herself because they are not her colours either, but you will never guess what... I made this card and I actually like it!  Me, peach?  Those two words would never normally be said in the same sentence lol.  I do like my bright colours, but I guess in an itzy bitzy way I have cheated (only slightly) with this challenge!  I added some 'darker peach' that maybe, just maybe, others might say is orange, but the fact remains I've used peach!  It's amazing!!  Sarah, thank you!  I told you your name would be mud in my house the week we do peach, but I actually really enjoyed the challenge!! ;o) 

    Here is the inspirational pic for this week.

    You must play along.  Our sponsor this week is Limelight, they have some great giveaways too!  In fact, I wish I could enter!!

    The design team have come up with some beauties this week, and go check out Jen del Muro's card too, it's stunning!  Jen is our guest designer this week.  I LOVE her work, she probably doesn't know it, but she inspired me into buying Stamping Bellas (the Buggabella ones)  (I just need to use them now lol)

    Suzanne Czosek
    Jen del Muro (Guest Designer this week)

    My card today totally needed to be made into a wedding cake!  I was really naughty a few weeks ago.  I saw this GORGEOUS 'Mad Hatter Cake' die cutter and I just had to have it.  I made a quick phone call to Ian, fluttered my eyelashes (not that he could see them down the phone, but anyway) and asked if he'd like to buy me a present.  He is very logical, so he asked how much it was, and how many cards I would make with it.  I said, 'loads'.  (well you do say that, don't you, when you're trying to justify yet more crafting supplies!)  and he said well you only need to make a certain number to pay for the die cutter, so yes I could have it.  Wow, I must remember to apply that logic to something else that I want to buy in the future!!!   I wonder if I could make it work for handbags too lol.

    So enough of me waffling on.  Here are the details of how to make it...
    1. Die cut cake in different colours, assemble as shown, add paint accents to flowers and leaves
    2. Cut and re-cut the die using various additional pieces of cardstock to cut the spirals.  Oh boy, those spirals are a challenge to cut out!  
    3. Die cut circle and scallop in peach and assemble
    4. Adhere some stripy ribbon, cut into a 'v' at the side and add some twine to make into a bow, add prima flower
    5. Pop dot scalloped circle to the card, and add the cake
    6. Stamp sentiment to finish
    7. Smile!  You've just made a pastel card that you like :o)  
    Dies: Cottage Cutz: Mad Hatter Cake, Nesties circles and scallops
    Stamps: Walzingmouse Stamps: Fancy Phrases
    Papers: Bazzill Cardstock, SU! papers (pressie from Sarah-Jane over at Cards and a Cuppa), thanks SJ!
    Accessories: Prima flowers, Smooch white and green paint, SU! Pumpkin Pie grossgrain ribbon
      On a completely separate note you must do a google search on 'Mad Hatter Cakes'.  I was trying to find a pic of the cutter for everyone and came across the most AMAZING cakes.  I'd like this one from it's SO me!

      How FAB is that?!!!   I can feel another wedding cake card coming on.  Well I do need to make that money back for that cutter, don't I?!!!

      Don't forget to join in on the fun over at PDCC this week.   I wonder if any of you will do a cake card too??

      Tiffany Doodles' Blog Hop Winner...

      Thanks to everyone who joined in on the fun over at Tiffany's Doodles' Blog Hop. 

      And the winner of my chosen cute birdy digi images is;

      Dawn, who left the following message, 

      Dawn said...
      The more I hop the more I want to shop! This hugging birdie is just too cute. Dawn S.

      Random Integer Generator

      Here are your random numbers:
      Timestamp: 2010-06-03 00:34:45 UTC

      Congratulations Dawn, you will have fun playing with these images!  Please can you send me your e-mail address and I will send your little birdy images.

      For those that didn't win here you may have won on one of the other DT blogs, so do pop by to check. 

      Don't forget to check back on the Tiffany Doodles site and my blog on Monday, June 7 for the first ever Tiffany Doodles Challenge!!

      THANK YOU SO much for your fab comments yesterday, each and every one of them made me smile!

      I look forward to seeing your entries in our challenge!

      Tuesday, 1 June 2010

      Ready to go digi?!!!

      Hey everybody!

      I've got an exciting announcement to make today! I'm joining the Tiffany Doodles design team!!  Tiffany has some FAB designs and I am really excited to be part of this team. I've been bursting to tell you because I only recently came across Tiffany's blog and I LOVE her digi images! I never thought I would join in on the digi side of things.  I've done a couple, but not really ventured into it properly.  I like that you may not have the image you need when the shops are shut and you can download it instantly from the comfort of your own home!  Don't I sound lazy?!! lol.   You must try it though, it's so much fun.

      This is the card that I created using Tiffany's Cute Birdy Hug image.

      Isn't she CUTE?!  She reminds me of those little birds in Cinderella!  I love the sentiment too, it's lovely.  I've chosen this image as my giveaway so all you need to do is follow my blog and leave a comment for the chance to win this fabby image! 

      You may recall I played a couple of weeks ago with this digi 'Doodle Blooms' image. I love this flower, well actually this whole 'Doodle Blooms' set, so you will definately be seeing more of it lol.  I paper pieced this one, but will have to start getting out my Copics now, won't I?!

      So today is the first Tiffany Doodles DT Blog Hop. You should have arrived here from Peet's blog. If you haven't then you need to go back to the Tiffany Doodles blog here.

      In today's hop you will meet all of the design team, see some great examples of Tiffany's Doodles' digi images, and have the chance to win some FREE digi stamps! All you need to do is leave a comment on the Tiffany Doodles blog, and each member of the DT blogs to give you a chance to win. Each DT will have a FREE Tiffany Doodle digi stamp to give away, (winner randomly selected)  and Tiffany also has some goodies to give away at the Tiffany Doodles blog. So pop round, say hi to the rest of the DT and you could win a fab prize! Simples!
      So, for the opportunity to win the cute birdy hug digi image I've used, and more, keep hopping!  Your next stop is Shannon’s blog!

      Enjoy the fun, and good luck!!

      Digi Stamp: Tiffany Doodles - Cute Birdy Hug
      Papers: October Afternoon - Thrift Shop,  Bazzill Cardstock
      Accessories: Red ribbon and swarowski crystals from stash, Smooch paint, Spellbinders 'Fancy Tags', Martha Stewart punch

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