Friday, December 31, 2010

Hoppy-est Birthday Card

Ok...I think I'm on a creative roll now...totally getting out of the "Christmas Mode" now....yippee!

One of my New Years "scrapping" resolutions is to use more of the supplies that I have on hand and to buy less "stuff".  My 6 year granddaughter asked me a very good question a couple of days ago...Nonna, why do you have sooooo much stuff?  What are you going to do with it? Hmmmmm...I really do need to use up some of what I have so that I can justify buying more.  That said....I used the scraps from the card I made in my previous post (Hey Cupcake) to make this cute little card...

The cute little frog is from Cricut "Create A Critter" cut at 3 1/2 inches
Ribbon and Stickles are from my stash (yea me!)
I used Glossy Accents on his eyes
The stamp is from My Pink Stamper (already on hand...yippee)
The mat for sentiment is cut from Nestabilites (also already on hand)

Hey Cupcake!

I don't know about everyone else, but I seem to be stuck in "Christmas Mode".  I have been working on Christmas cards and gifts for so long, I don't seem to be able to think outside red and green color schemes!  When I need some inspiration, it always helps to visit some of my favorite blogs and to check out the newest challenges.  At Mojo Mondays  the current challenge is to use squares or circles on your card and I thought I would give this one a try.

My paper is from DCWV - "Nanna's Kitchen"
I cut 4 circles and inked them with Rangers "Barn Door" red
The scalloped circles in the center are from Cricut "Mini Monogram" also inked in red
Cupcake is from Cricut "From My Kitchen" I used Glossy Accents on the cherry and stickles on the cupcake wrapper.

This is a simple card, but I think working on it has helped me put Christmas projects behind me for now!
As always, I appreciate you stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment.

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Christmas 2010 Was Wonderful!

I hope that you and your families all had a wonderful Christmas Holiday!  My family and I had a great time!  We were not all able to be together at the same time (hate that), but it was ok...we just celebrated every time someone showed up!  My hubby got us another HUGE tree this year.  This one was around 12 feet tall!  I can't tell you how many times I moved the ladder (yet again) to decorate this large tree.

Yippee....they're here!  Christopher (my oldest), his wife Elizabeth and my cutie pie grandson, Blake!

My youngest (Matthew) made it home and my sweet granddaughter (Emma) became his shadow!  She loves her Uncle Matt Matt.  Of course it didn't hurt that he came bearing gifts...Epic Mickey was a huge hit!

It was such a joy to see the expressions on faces of my grandchildren the during this special time of year!  Here they are just having an awesome time playing with the empty boxes, paper and bows...who needed gifts?

I truly hope that you all had a great time with loved ones during this season and made lots of priceless memories!  Now it's time to get ready for a New Year and work on those resolutions for the coming year.  I have a couple of resolutions pertaining to scrapping that I am going to share with you.........

1.  Really, really, really cut back on the amount of money I spend on crafting supplies ( ok, ok, I make this one just about every year, but this time I REALLY mean it)!  It's time to try using some of the stuff I actually already own...hmmmmm...who knows what is in all the nooks and crannies of my craft room!  :0)

2.  I also plan to get very busy on scrapping pictures that haven't seen the light of day in years!  I have boxes and boxes of pics that are just begging to be added to a layout all their own.  My grandson is almost 2 years old and his scrapbook is up to about 2 months to get busy!

Ok, that's it for now...I hope to have some scrapbook layouts (made with supplies I have on hand) to share with you in a few days!  Hope you all enjoy a happy, safe New Years and thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

"Christmas is Grand" Mini Memory Album

Hello Everyone!  Did you hear the big sigh of relief from me a couple of hours ago?  I finally finished what I "think" is the last handmade gift of this season!  I say this knowing that it's probably not true, but I'm hopeful that I haven't forgotten anyone at this point!  Anyway, this gift is going to a very good friend who loves, loves, loves her grandchildren!  I know she always looks forward to spending the holidays with them and will enjoy adding her Christmas pictures of her little ones to this cute little album!

I started out with one of those little mini chipboard albums from Michael's dollar bin.  This one is 6 inches by 6 inches.  I covered front and back of each page in cute Christmas paper from DCVW and K & Company.  Then I sanded and inked all the edges.  For the cover page, I used a computer generated sentiment "Christmas is Grand" and cut it out using a Nestabilities die cut.  It's hard to tell in the picture, but in each corner I placed a bell that is made into a brad...very cute!

Pages 1 and 2 - I ran my picture mats through the Cuttlebug, inked the edges and added some ribbon on the corners.  The stockings are cut from metallic paper and are very shiny!  These cuts are from "Jolly Holidays".

Pages 3 and 4 - I used coordinating paper and added a ribbon to cover where they join.  The picture mats are cut from metallic paper and Nestabilities.  The snowmen are from "Winter Frolic".  I added goggle eyes and lots of Stickles and pop-dotted them up.  The snowflakes are from an old punch that I have had for years.  I added Stickles to the center of each snowflake.

Pages 5 and 6 - I think these are my favorite pages because I just love this Santa!  I double matted the photo mat, adding faux stitching lines and ribbon on the corners.  The reindeer is from "Doddlecharms".  I used some beads for his eyes and red Stickles for his nose.  The Santa is also from "Doddlecharms".  I used red metallic paper for his hat and ran his beard through my Cuttlebug using "Divine Swirls".  I added MS glitter to the white parts of his hat and the snowflakes are buttons.  The mat under Santa was cut from the pre- loaded designs on the Imagine and of course I inked up everything!

Pages 7 and 8 - I was also very pleased with how these pages turned out!  I double matted and inked up the photo mats, using brads in the corners.  The Christmas tree and presents are all cut from "Winter Frolic".  I used lots of Stickles and Glossy Accents on the tree and gifts.

Back Cover -  For the back of this memory book, I stitched a pocket on my sewing machine to hold a journaling tag.  This way, my friend can jot down dates, places and any info she would like to remember about this Christmas with her grands.  The tag is cut from the tag feature on "Winter Frolic" as is the phrase "Sweet Memories".  The holly is from a MS punch.  I added Stickles for the holly berries and Glossy Accents to the holly leaves.  Ribbon and a large button topped everything off!

Now to get this wrapped and into the mail...I hope my special friend enjoys this gift.  Mini albums are one of my favorite things to many options!  I hope you enjoyed my mini album!  Thanks for stopping by, hope you have a wonderful day!

Friday, December 10, 2010

Imagine tags using Snow Angel

I don't know about you, but I have a bad habit of ordering new cartridges for that "one special cut" and not really exploring the cartridge to see just what it has to offer.  I find this to be especially true for my Imagine cartridges.  So, I set a challenge for myself...pick out one Imagine cart, sit down, and using just this cartridge, see what I can come up with!  Knowing that I needed to get busy on gift tags for Christmas presents, I chose Snow Angel with the goal of getting some gift tags knocked out.  I managed to complete 10 tags before I got too figetey (is that a real word?).

The base for the tags are made from the preloaded designs on the Imagine.  I also used a lot of ink, stickles and gems to add some bling.  Cuttlebug folders also added some umph to the backgrounds.  Punch a hole, add some ribbon and there you go!  I think they turned out pretty cute. Now I have to get out of my crafting costume (otherwise known as jammies), brave the mall and actually buy the gifts these tags will one day be attached to.....

Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Inspired Heart ...

I finally had a chance to play with the second Cricut Lite Cartridge that my sweet Hubby picked up for me on Black Friday.  He brought home Inspired Heart for me ....just because he thought I would like it!  He was right!  The cuts on this cart are very simple, but they have a very elegant feel to them.

I am not the best photographer in the world (no...really...I'm not).  I tried several shots and always managed to get a glare off the metallic paper.  I finally tried turning the card sideways...this worked somewhat better.  I hope that you can see the card ok.  Got to work on my photography skills!


*Paper - My Mind's Eye - Countdown to Christmas
Metallic Paper - American Crafts Specialty Paper

* Inspired Heart Cartridge - Nativity Scene cut at 3 inches

I will posting this  for the Christmas Carol Inspired Challenge    #27

Monday, November 29, 2010

Jolly Holidays...I love this new cartridge!

Knowing how very, very much I hate...hate....looooathe to go out into the crazy world of BLACK FRIDAY,  and knowing how very much I wanted the new Cricut Lite "Jolly Holidays", my sweet, sweet husband braved the crowds and went to not one, but TWO Walmarts to purchase this cart for me!  Not only did he find Jolly Holidays, he also picked up Inspired Hearts for me because he thought I would like it....go ahead....aaawwwwww. Yep, he's a keeper!

I really am enjoying Jolly Holidays.  There are so many cute cuts on this cart! 

This card was made with one of the adorable little elves from the cart.  I used cute, cute paper from K & Company and lots of Stickles.  I think the stamp was from the dollar bin at Michaels.  I used my paper scraps to make a couple of very sweet gift tags.  Thanks for stopping by to take a peek!

Thanksgiving Feast with my favorite Kindergartener!

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday!  I had the honor of being a guest at my Granddaughter's Thanksgiving Feast at her school...isn't she the cutest little Indian you've seen lately?  Can't beleive that she is in Kindergarten and will be turning 6 years old at the end of this month!  I am very thankful that I have been able to spend so much time with her and pray that I see her grow into the wonderful young woman that I know she will be.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Stylish Blogger Award!


I received a very pleasant, surprise in my inbox today!  Andrea from Divine Domesticity presented me with the STYLISH BLOGGER AWARD !
Wow Andrea, what a way to make my day....thank you! 

There area a few rules that go along with accepting this award:

1. Thank and link back to the person who awarded you.
2.  Share 8 things about yourself.
3.  Pay it forward to 8 bloggers you have discovered.
4.  Contact those bloggers and tell them about the award.

Again, thanks to Andrea at Divine Domesticity!  I really appreciate the award, but it really means more to me that you take the time to stop in for a quick visit to my blog and leave a few sweet words!

Ok...8 things about myself....hmmmmm....

1. I am a child of God.
2. I have been married to my best friend and biggest supporter for 30 years.
3. I have two grown-up handsome sons.
4. My lovely, sweet, smart, princess-loving granddaughter is almost 6 years old.
5. My all-boy, rowdy, sweet cuddler grandson is soon to be 2 years old.
6. I am addicted to crafts, chocolate and coffee...not necessarily in that order!
7. I looooove "stay in my jammies and craft all day" kinda days.
8. The older I get, the more I realize...maybe my parents did know what they were talking about!
     (Ok, Mama if you are reading this...NO I told you sos !)

8 Blogs that I love to visit:

Friday, November 19, 2010

Snowman Card

Ok, I have been watching other blogs and message boards for projects done with Copic Markers, and I must say that I am very envious of the skill level shown by some of you people...(you know who you are)!  So, I finally decided that I simply could not absorb any Copic skills by just blog watching...[big sigh].  After coming to this sad conclusion, I decided maybe practice would help with my sorely lacking skills...worth a try I guess.  Anyway, after some scribbling coloring some "samples", I decided to try working on a "real" project.  While it's no masterpiece, I was somewhat pleased with my efforts and decided what the heck, I'll enter it into a couple of challenges this week.  So, here goes kind.....

* Paper - My Mind's Eye (Wonderful Winter & Holiday Avenue)
* Snowman Stamp - Stampassions
* MS Scallop Punch
* Nestabilities - Big Scalloped Squares
* Copic Markers

I am going to enter this card into the following Challenges:

         Thanks for taking the time to stop by for a look.  I always appreciate the comments you leave!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Mojo Monday Challenge 165

Good Morning! I hope everyone is off to a great start today. I hit the floor running this morning with a list of things to get accomplished today!  I finished up this card last night and my list for today includes posting it to the Mojo Monday Challenge.  This is the first time I have entered one of their challenges, and it is a bit intimidating as they have some awesome entries!  I never expect to actually win any of the challenges I enter, but it is really alot of fun to participate and sometimes makes me work little outside my comfort zone (always a good thing).  Check them out at  This is a great site to visit for inspiration!

For this challenge I used the following:
* Very cute paper - Winter Wonderland paper stack from My Mind's Eye
* Snowflake border is from an EK punch, covered in MS glitter
* Scalloped circles are from Mini Monograms cut at 3 1/2 inches
* Snowman is from Winter Woodland cut at 3 inches and covered with MS glitter

As always, thanks for looking and for your kind comments!  Off to finish (hopefully) that list!

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Christmas Cards with Winter Frolic Cartridge

I have had a great time today working on Christmas cards.  Today was one of those days where I pretty much let everything else go, went upstairs to my crafting space, made a huge mess and just had a great time!

I have had the Winter Frolic cartridge for a couple of months and just haven't played around with it yet...what a great cart this has turned out to be. There are so many cuts that can be used for both Christmas and winter projects.  I think this will be a cart that I end up using alot.

Usually when I make a card, I end up with lots of little pieces of paper left over and I never know what to do with them.  This time, I decided to see if I could go a ahead and use up most, if not all, of those scraps.  I started out with 2 sheets of double-sided paper from Martha Stewart's "Playful Blue" stack.  Knowing that I could probably get at least 2 cards, I thought I would use basically the same cuts and see if I could come up with two different looks:

*For the larger card, I used a piece of red felt ribbon to run down the middle of the card.  I used the Divine Swirls Cuttlebug folder for the white background and cut my trees at 4 1/2 inches.  The stamp is from Stampabilities and I used Christmas Red Stickles.  The button is from my stash of goodies.

*I decided to go with "non-traditional" colors for the smaller card and used hot pink accents. The trees were cut at 4 inches and I used hot pink paper with Diamond Stickles for the trim.  The pink gems were from the dollar bin at Michel's.  I also added a hot pink envelope to use with this card.  I really like this card!

After finishing the 2 cards, I had just a few small scraps flipped through my handbook and found that this cart also has some great tags.  I was able to make two great little gift tags, using up all my scraps!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Christmas Glass Block and Ornaments

Well, we are finally getting some cooler weather here in the deep south and I think it may be getting me in the mood to work on some Christmas projects!  I have been working on these simple, but cute Christmas ornaments for all my nieces and nephews.  They turned out really cute so I thought I would go ahead and make a matching glass block for my brother and sister.

* Clear Ornaments - Michaels
* Glass Block - Hobby Lobby
* Ribbon - Michaels
* Vinyl - red, apple green and holly green
* Cricut Cartridges - George (circles) Alphalicious and Ashlyn's Alphabet (letters)

I used etching cream all over the front and back of the glass block before applying the vinyl.  The instructions on the cream will tell you that it only takes about 10 minutes....wrong!  Plan on leaving the cream on for a good 40 - 50 minutes to get good results, and put the cream on really, really thick.

[Close up of ornaments]
I am going to enter this project at Fantabulous Challenge Me Monday #35.  Projects for this challenge must have something green and a circle so I think I have that part covered!  I hope to have more Christmas projects posted soon, as always thanks for stopping by!

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Snow Angel Christmas Card

This is my first Christmas card made entirely with an Imagine cartridge and I really like the way it turned out. 
1.  I cut the girl in the sleigh figure using the "layers" option at 3 inches, I can't remember the measurement for the deer, but I did have to size him down in order for him to be proportional to the sleigh. I cut 2 or 3 layers of each piece to give the design some dimension.
2.  I added snowflakes (cut from a punch) and faux stitching to the background paper.  Rhinestones were added to the center of each snowflake.  For the bottom half of the background, I cut a piece of glittery white paper and ran it through my Cuttlebug using the Divine Swirls folder.
3.  I glued my layers together, leaving off the top mitten on the girl's hand and pop-dotted everything to the card.  I tied small bells to a piece of white cord to run from the deer to the girl's hands to look like reins. Then I glued the other mitten on top to cover the reins.  I cut a small scrap to make a collar for the deer to cover those reins.
4.  Finishing touches - lots of Stickles on the sleigh and deer's blanket.  I also added gems to the center of each flower on the sleigh and to the deer's collar.

Inside of card

I cut a second, small deer and added him to the inside of the card.  I used a stamp from Michael's dollar bin and inked up the edges of the card.

I plan to submit this card to the "Letter S" Challenge on the Cricut Cardz Blog

Friday, November 5, 2010

Turkey Time

I just used this cute little turkey on the card I posted yesterday, but I really like him and think he is great for the 2 challenges I will enter him in this week.  One of the things that is so great about crafting is that you can start with the same basics over and over and get a totally different look each time. By using a patterned paper on the turkey this time, I think he looks much different from the turkey I posted yesterday using solid paper. can tell they are related (maybe cousins), but definitely not twins!

*Challenge #1 - Cricut Circle Blog Challenge Friday:  "Feathered Friends"
This challenge was to include a bird (of course), two cricut cuts and stitching.

*Challenge #2 - Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog - "Bird Bonanza"
This challenge was to include a bird (again...of course) and at least one cricut cut.

My Recipe:

Papers - DCWV - Autumn Splendor (beautiful paper)
Turkey - Celebrate With Flourish cut at 4 1/4 inches
Sentiment Label - Mini Monogram cut at 3 inches, shadow at 3 1/2 inches
Stamp - Hero Arts
Inking - Copic Markers and Ranger Inks
Glitter - Martha Stewart
Zig-Zag stitching with brown thread
Gems - from my stash

As always, thanks for taking the time to check out my latest project.  I appreciate any comments, suggestions or tips you would like to share!

Thursday, November 4, 2010

"To every thing there is a season..."

Fall has finally arrived in my neck of the woods!  It takes awhile for the fall season to hit LA...(Lower Alabama), but I think it is finally on it's way.  This time of year always makes me think of one of  my favorite passages from the Bible.  This passage is from Ecclesiastes 3...

"To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:

A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;

A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;

A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;

A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together;
a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing;

A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away;

A time to rend, and a time to sew;
a time to keep silence, and a time to speak;

A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.

This is the time of year when we need to reflect on our many blessings and the good things in our lives.  I made a few simple fall cards to send to some of the "blessings" in my life and wanted to share a couple of them with you...

The owl card is made with the Give a Hoot cartridge from Cricut.  I used a MS punch for the border and I used the Nestabilities Labels 11 die cut for the sentiment tag.  For the turkey card, I used Celebrate With Flourish and lots of Stickles.  The flower, gems, ribbon and buttons were from my craft stash. 

Thanks for looking and remember to take the time to count your blessings this season!

Friday, October 29, 2010

Halloween Mini Album

I recently made 2 mini Halloween albums, one for each of my grandchildren.  These were sooooo much fun to make.  I found the chipboard albums in the dollar bin at Michales and loaded up on them.  There are many cricut cuts on this project, most from Happy Hauntings and Mini Monsters.  I also used lots of embellishments found in my stash of goodies.  I am still cleaning up glitter in my craft room from all the fun I had adding glitter to anything that didn't move.  Also got carried away with Glossy that stuff!

*Cover - The cute little pumpkin on the cover is cut from Celebrate With Flourish.  I used a lot of glitter and Glossy Accents on this little guy.  The stamp is from the dollar bin at Michaels.

*Page 1 and 2 - The Witches Hat is from Mini Monsters.  I used lots of glitter, then covered that with Glossy Accents. I love, love, love the effect that gives!  The second page is ready to slip in a photo. I used ribbon and gems to accent this page.

*Page 3 and 4 - The spider web is actually a piece of scrapbook paper from my stash.  I believe the spider is from Doodlecharms....he is covered in black flock and I added google eyes.  I think he is adorable!  Page 4 has ribbon and a sucker cut from Mini Monsters covered in Glossy Accents.

Pages 5 and 6 - Page 5 is ready to add a photo.  I used candy corn brads on the corners.  The "little monster" on the next page is cut from Mini Monsters.  I used lots of glitter and Glossy Accents on him. 

*Pages 7and 8 - Page 7 is photo ready with a spooky pumpkin cut from Happy Haunting...he has lots of glitter and Glossy Accents also.  The web from page 8 was just a strip of black paper and I used a punch from EK to create the spider web.  And right now, I cannot remember which cartridge I used to cut the "trick or treat" sentiment....uuuuggh...I hate when that happens!

*Back Cover - I used an old Sizzix die for the picket fence and really inked it up to make it look old.  The pumpkins were some brads that I have had for years.  I cut the moon from George and also inked it up a bit.  The bat, I believe, is from Everyday Paper Dolls?...not sure on that one.  My picture doesn't do him justice, the Glossy Accents caused a glare, but he has cute purple brads for eyes and lots of glitter!

The final touch was tying orange, lime green and black sparkly ribbons on the ring.  Now I just need to add pictures of my cute little trick or treaters and I'm done...thanks for looking!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Halloween Glass Block

After seeing so many great looking glass blocks on the Cricut MB and various blogs, I wanted to give it a try!  I used glass etching cream on both sides of the block first in hopes of hiding the light cord a bit.  I left the etching cream on for about 40 minutes and was very pleased with the even appearance I got.  I cut the cat from Pumpkin Carvings using black vinyl.  I stuffed the block with some really cool orange lights that I found at Hobby Lobby.  The strand had 100 lights and it was a tight fit, but I think it looks really cool!  The final touch was a bow made with ribbon from M's. (I make a terrible bow...please don't look to closely).  You can't really tell in the photo (photography isn't my strong suit either) but the ribbon is really cute...says Trick or Treat and has candy all over it.  Anyway, this was a fun project and I think that I'll be trying a Christmas version of the glass block soon.
I am planning on entering this glass block in this week's challenges at My Sheri Crafts and Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog...wish me luck!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Autumn Splendor Challenge

The Circut Circle Blog challenge for this week is called Autumn Splendor.  The challenge was to use the colors gray, orange, tan and burgundy.  We were also to use lots of texture.  I decided to make a fall wreath to go on my pantry door.
                                                            MY RECIPE:

FALL - Mickey Font
Scarecrow - I used the farmer from EDPD and improvised a bit! I also used Peachy Keen Stamps
Leaves - Give a Hoot and EDPD
Pumpkin  and Witch - Celebrate With Flourish
Tree - Mini Monsters (Cuttlebug Distressed Stripes)
Wheelbarrow - Walk in My Garden
Turkey and pumpkin - CAC

I inked all the edges and ALL of those tiny, tiny leaves using Tim Holtz Distressed Inks.

For the texture part of the challenge, I think the wreath itself adds a lot of texture.  I also have ribbon, embossing, and the cute little sunflower button on the scarecrow's hat!  Also used some Stickles here and there.  I really enjoyed this challenge and spent alot of time on it.  And's time to go clean up all the mess I left behind...(sigh)....thanks for looking!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Halloween Treats for Emma's Class

My Granddaughter Emma and I spent the afternoon working on Halloween treats for her classmates and her teachers.  Emma had a great time stuffing candy into goodie bags for all her friends at school.  For her teachers, we used vinyl to put each teacher's initial and lots of polka dots on these cute little buckets (Target's dollar bin). We filled them with Halloween notepads (also Target's dollar bin) and lots of candy.  We also put initials and polka dots on small bottles of hand sanitizer to add to each bucket.  Emma is really excited about passing out her gifts to her friends and teachers and I had a great time crafting with my favorite granddaughter!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This card came together as a result of my own scare from an "ify" mammogram just a few weeks ago.  I had some wonderful friends that supported me during the time of waiting and waiting and waiting for lab results.  Thankfully my results were great and I wanted to show my appreciation to my friends for their concern and prayers on my behalf. The bra is from Sweethearts.  After cutting the bra, I ran it through my Cuttlebug using the Textile Texture folder.  I used Labels Eleven from Nestabilities for my sentiment and the stamp (which I thought was adorable) is by Whipper Snapper Designs. If you or somebody you love is due for a mammogram, don't put it could very well save your life!

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

My Calendar Girl

This is a layout I created for the Cricut Circle Blog Challange - Think Pink.  A couple of years ago, my Granddaughter's class at her preschool performed to Neil Sedaka's "Calendar Girl". Thanks to this challange, I finally got around to scrapping these pictures! Here is the recipe I used:

Paper - We R Memory Keepers Tiffanys
Large Scallop was cut using Mini Monograms
Rose with the stem is cut from Rock Princess
Fancy Corners is from Storybook
Flower and crown are from OUAP
Scalloped heart is from Sweethearts
I used lots of Stickles, Glitter Mist and pearls to complete this project.

Although these two make an adorable couple, I am thankful that it was only for a performance!  I'm not ready for the dating thing at all!
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