Thursday, September 30, 2010

Box #2 Gift Set

                                                  







I cut two Box #2 Bigz Dies to make this gift box filled with Christmas tags. Makes a cute hostess gift!

Candy Cane Designer Series Paper was used to cut two of the Boxes.  Instead of folding the lid down, I punched an oval in each top and used snail adhesive and Real Red Ribbon to keep them together.  Now there are two compartments for holding your little trinkets or gifts.  I used mine for stamped Christmas tags that I use as Hostess thank you gifts this time of the year.

To make the gift box I used the following:
Designer Series Paper:  Candy Cane Christmas #120809 (Holiday Mini)
Stamp Set:  Christmas Greetings #115448
Ink:  Real Red #103133
Ribbon:  Real Red 1/4" Grosgrain #109034
Punch:   1 3/4" Oval  #119855, Small Corner #119871
Accessories:  Snail Adhesive #104332, Big Shot Die Cut Machine #113439, Box #2 Bigz Die #114518, Extended Cutting Pads #113478

For the Christmas Tags:
Stamp Set:  Tags til Christmas #120847 wood mount, or #121169 clear mount, Delightful Decorations #116517
Ink:  Baja Breeze #111833, Garden Green #102272, Real Red #103133
Punches:  2 3/8" Scallop Circle #118874, 1 3/4" Circle #119861, Extra Large Scallop Square #119884, Decorative Label #120907 (Holiday Mini), Ornament #119847, Curly Label #119851


Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Make Merry

Once again, a textured embossing folder added such a pretty design that very few layers were needed for this card.

I started with Very Vanilla cardstock and I ran the front of the card through my Big Shot using the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder.  I ran another small strip of Very Vanilla through the folder for the top layer, and two strips of Cherry Cobbler cardstock were punched with the Eyelet Border Punch and placed under the Very Vanilla layer.  The Make Merry stamp is from Grateful Greetings. 

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Very Vanilla #101650, Cherry Cobbler #119685, Always Artichoke #105119
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler #119669
Ribbon:  Cherry Cobbler 1/2" Seam Binding #120992 (Holiday Mini)
Stamp Set:  Grateful Greetings #116511
Punches:  Eyelet Border #119853, Large Tag #119876, Extra Large Tag #119866
Accessories:  Crop-a-Dile #108362, Big Shot Machine #113439, Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder #120175

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Vintage Christmas

Deck the Halls Designer Series Paper has such beautiful images with its selection of papers with vintage berries, poinsettias, and other traditional holiday patterns.

For today's card I used Always Artichoke Cardstock which I embossed with the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder for my card base.   I cut Cherry Cobbler, and a piece of the DSP using my Big Shot and the Top Note Bigz Die.  The Cherry Cobbler Top Note is true to size, and the Deck the Halls piece was trimmed so you could see a layer of Cherry Cobbler behind it.  Some Victoria Crochet Trim was tied to the two Dies to add to the vintage look.  The sentiment was punched in Cherry Cobbler ink which blends in so well with the paper.

Did you know that all of the Designer Series Paper coordinates with specific cardstock and ink.  It makes it really easy to know what colors coordinate.  Colors are listed under the name of your paper. 

For today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Always Artichoke #105119, Cherry Cobbler #119685
Designer Series Paper:  Deck the Hall #120810 (Holiday Mini)
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler #119669
Stamp Set:  Snow Swirled #111690
Ribbon:  Victoria Crochet Trim #118481
Accessories:  Big Shot Die Cutting Machine #113439,Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder #120175, Top Note Bigz Die #113463

Monday, September 27, 2010

Christmas Greetings

Save your scraps because you never know when just a few pieces of paper are all you need to add some fun to your projects.

Today's card starts with Garden Green for the base, layered with Real Red, and topped with Whisper White.   A few strips of Candy Cane Designer Series Paper were cut and placed in random order on the Whisper White.  The tree is from Fun & Fast Notes - one of those great Stamp Sets that has a little bit of everything in it.  I used my Stampin' Pastels and Blender Pen to add some color to the tree, and Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint added sparkle to the star.  Another great punch addition in the Holiday Mini Catalog, the 2 1/2" Circle was used to punch out the tree, and dimensionals were used to pop it up.

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Garden Green #102584, Real Red #10482, Whisper White #100730
Designer Series Paper:  Candy Cane #120809 (Holiday Mini)
Ink:  Real Red #103133, Garden Green #102272
Punch:  2 1/2 Circle #120906 (Holiday Mini)
Stamp Set:  Fun & Fast Notes #113500, Grateful Greetings #116511
Embellishments:  Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint #116806
Accessories:  Pastels #120962, Blender Pens #102845, Dimensionals #104430
 

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Candy Cane Christmas

Candy Cane Christmas Designer Series Paper from the Holiday Mini Catalog makes it easy to create your Christmas Cards with its cute, colorful images that you won't want to cover up with a lot of layers.

Garden Green Cardstock was used for the base of my card.  A matte layer of Real Red is under the layer of Candy Cane DSP.  Some Real Red Taffeta Ribbon, and the stamped and punched image from the Tags til Christmas Stamp Set was all that I needed for today's card.

My Stamping Time saver:
If you need to make a lot of Christmas cards and don't want to sacrifice design for lack of time, start with some nice Designer Series Paper such as Candy Cane used today, or Deck the Halls also from the Holiday Mini.  They both offer such pretty designs that you don't need to add much more to your cards which will save time by eliminating the need for a lot of layers.   Or try the Holly & Jolly rub-ons, another great holiday choice.

For today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Garden Green #102584, Real Red #102482, Whisper White #100730
Designer Series Paper:  Candy Cane #120809 (Holiday Mini)
Ink:  Real Red #103133
Stamp Set:  Tags til Christmas #120847 wood mount, or #121169 clear mount (Holiday Mini)
Punch:  Decorative Label #120907 (Holiday Mini)
Ribbon:  Real Red 3/8" Taffeta #119763

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Door Prize Winners

Had a great time today with all of the men and women who came to my Open House.  The lucky door prize winners are:

Lyne - Fresh Favorite Buttons
Sandy - Chocolate Chip Taffeta Ribbon
Michelle - Four Handstamped Christmas Cards
Carol - In Color Designer Series Paper
Wendy - In Color Designer Series Paper

Thank you everyone for making this another fun day of creating and sharing.  Door prizes will be mailed to winners this week.  Enjoy!


Friday, September 24, 2010

Beautiful Hydrangea

I jut love the Level 1 Hostess Set Because I Card.  The hydrangea is such a beautiful flower and creates a versatile image for your cards.

I stamped the hydrangea on Watercolor paper with Stazon Jet Black Ink.  I used my Aqua Painters and a mix of Tempting Turquoise, Pear Pizzazz, and Soft Suede ink to fill in the image. Two strips were cut using the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border punch for the bottom of the card, and the right side looked a little bare so I punched small flowers with the Itty Bitty Punch and added a small pearl to the middle of each one. This was all put on a Perfect Polka Dot embossed layer of Pear Pizzazz cardstock.  I angled my sentiment and used dimensionals to pop it up.

Come back tomorrow and see another card made with this stamp set using the Stained Glass Technique.

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Pear Pizzazz #119795, Very Vanilla #101650
Designer Series Paper:  Brights Pattens Paper Stack #117155
Stamp Sets:  Because I Care #118384 wood mount or #120118 clear mount (Level 1 Hostess), Three Little Words #113254
Punches:  Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border #119275, Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack #118309, Modern Label #119849, Small Corner #119871
Accessories:  Watercolor Paper #105019, Aqua Painter #103954, Dimensionals #104430, Big Shot Machine #13439, Perfect Polka Dots Impressions Folder #117335
Embellishments:  Pearls #119247
Ink:  Pear Pizzazz #119784, Tempting Turquoise #100814, Soft Suede #115657, StazOn Jet Black #101406

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Get Well Wishes

Grab a few markers and your Aqua Painter and you have another great way to watercolor.

I embossed my card base with the Finial Press embossing folder and layered with Very Vanilla, Poppy Parade, and Sunny Garden Designer Series Paper.  I stamped my image on Watercolor Paper and used my markers to fill in the design and then shaded and blended with my Aqua Painter.  One photo corner punch using the reverse side of the Sunny Garden paper finished the look.

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:   Peach Parfait #119794, Poppy Parade #119793, Very Vanilla #101650
Designer Series Paper:  Sunny Garden #119831
Ink:  StazOn Jet Black #101406
Stamp Set:  Fun & Fast Notes #113500
Punch:  Photo Corner #119878
Accessories:  Watercolor Paper #105019, Aqua Painter #103954, Big Shot Die Cutting Machine #113439, Finial Press Embossing Folder #115963

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Fifth Avenue Floral Watercolor

I love experimenting with watercoloring, so today I added another step and clear embossed the flower after it was watercolored.  It really added a lot of sparkle and added dimension.

I started with a card base of Baja Breeze, and added a matte layer of Elegant Soiree Designer Series Paper.  I stamped the flower with StazOn Jet Black Ink on watercolor paper, and used my Aqua Painters and Baja Breeze and Crumb Cake ink to fill it it.  When it was dry I took a Versa Maker and colored over the entire flower, took clear embossing powder and sprinkled it over the whole image and embossed with my Heat Tool.  Early Espresso 3/8" Taffeta Ribbon added an extra touch of color.  I also added a small punched strip of Baja Breeze to the left corner because I thought it looked a little bare on that side.

I didn't add a sentiment  because this is one of those cards that could be used for many different occasions. I will add it when that special occasion comes up.  Always nice to have extra cards on hand!

For today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Baja Breeze #111352
Designer Series Paper:  Elegant Soiree #117163
Stamp Set:  Fifth Avenue Floral #113734
Ink:  Baja Breeze #111833, Crumb Cake #121030, StazOn Jet Black #101406
Ribbon:  3/8" Early Epresso Taffeta #119964
Accessories:  Watercolor Paper #105109, Aqua Painter #103954, Clear Embossing Powder #109130, Heat Tool #100005, Versa Marker #100901
Punch:  Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border #119275


Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Greenhouse Gala

What do you do when you don't have a lot of time to make a card?  Well, I start with some great Designer Series Paper and all that is left to do is add a small embellishment like ribbon, a few punches and your sentiment and your are done. I also added some rhinestones to the punch for a little extra sparkle.   Jury Duty all day leaves me little time to do what I love best, so I made a quick thank you card because I can't let a day go by without creating something.

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Peach Parfait #119794, Whisper White #100730
Designer Series Paper:  Greenhouse Gala #117167
Stamp Set:  Occasional Quotes #117048 wood mount or #120142 clear mount (Hostess Level 3)
Ink:  Peach Parfait #119783
Punches:  Curly Label #119851, Decorative Label #120907 (Holiday Mini)
Ribbon:  Peach Parfait 1/2" Stitched Poly #119264
Embellishment:  Rhinestone Jewels #119246

Monday, September 20, 2010

Joy at Christmas


This is the 5th and final card for my Christmas Stamp-a-Stack.  Thought I would change the color a little bit from the traditional red and green.  There is a choice of two different color schemes depending on your preference.

Card #1 -Baja Breeze cardstock was embossed with the Northern Flurry Embossing Folder and Frost White Shimmer Paint was added to the center of the snowflakes.  The sentiment is from the Perfect Punches Stamp set and inked with Riding Hood Red Ink, and punched out with the Scallop Circle Punch.  A strip of Whisper White Satin Ribbon was layered with a strip of Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding and dimensionals were used to pop it up. 

To add more color Card #2 has a card base of Basic Gray, then a layer of Riding Hood Red followed by the Baja Breeze. 


To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock: Baja Breeze #105120, Whisper White #100730, Basic Gray #121044, Riding Hood Red #111348
Ink:  Riding Hood Red #111836
Ribbon:  Whisper White 5/8" Satin #114616, Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding #120992
Stamp Set:  Perfect Punches #117022 wood mount or #120516 clear mount
Acessories:  Big Shot Machine #113439, Northern Flurry Embossing Folder #120902, Dimensionals #104430
Punch:  1 3/4" Scallop Circle #119854
Embellishment:  Frost White Shimmer Paint #116854

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Snow Swirled

Stamp-a-Stack Card #4 with two color choices for your image.

I used Very Vanilla cardstock layered with Always Artichoke, Cherry Cobbler, and Very Vanilla again for my stamped image.  The oval background can be sponged in Cherry Cobbler or Always Artichoke depending on your color preference, and then the tree would be stamped accordingly.  The oval template was created by running my Oval Scallop Frame Bigz Die through my Big Shot and removing the cut inner oval and sponging ink over the opening.  Everyone doing the stamp-a-stack will be able to go home with their own oval template to use in other projects. 

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Very Vanilla #101650, Always Artichoke #105119, Cherry Cobbler #119685
Ink:  Always Artichoke #105219, Cherry Cobbler #119669
Stamp Sets:  Snow Swirled #111690, Christmas Greetings #115448
Accessories:  Big Shot Machine #113439, Oval Frame Bigz Die #114521, Sponges #101610



Saturday, September 18, 2010

Northern Flurry

Card #3 for October's Stamp-a-Stack!

Cherry Cobbler was used for the card base with an embossed layer of Whisper White and the Northern Flurry embossing folder.  I stamped one of the ornaments using Cherry Cobbler right onto the Whisper White cardstock, and then stamped the other ornament with Old Olive and punched it out with the Ornament Punch and added a dimensional to pop it up. You could make several of these cards in no time with the help of your Big Shot Machine which creates beautiful backgrounds that you won't want to cover up with a lot of layers.

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Cherry Cobbler #119685, Whisper White #100730
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler #119669, Old Olive #102277
Stamp Set:  Delightful Decorations #116517
Punch:  Ornament #119847
Ribbon:  Old Olive 3/8" Taffeta #119767
Accessories:  Big Shot Machine #113439, Northern Flurry Embossing Folder #120902 (Holiday Mini), Dimensionals #104430

Friday, September 17, 2010

Christmas Greetings

Card #2 for my October Stamp-a-Stack.  Original idea cased from Kimberley Van Diepen with a few changes of my own.

Real Red cardstock is the base for Card #2.  With the Whisper White embossed backgrounds the red really stands out.   Two different backgrounds on my layers, the larger matte is embossed using the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder, and the smaller matte uses Perfect Polka Dots. The ornament is from Christmas Greetings stamp set.  I used my Stamp-a-ma-jig to line up the hook for perfect placement. 

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Real Red #102482, Whisper White #100730
Ink:  Real Red #103133, Old Olive #102277
Stamp Sets:  Tree Trimmings #116722, Teeny Tiny Wishes #115370
Punch:  Word Window #119857
Accessories:   Big Shot #113439, Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder #120175, Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder 117335, Dimensionals #104430, Stampa-ma-jig #101049

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Blog Name Change


My blog name has changed.  The old blog of eileensstampinupdesigns.blogspot.com is now
www.EileensStampingCorner.com/

Thank you for making the changes and for following my blog!






Delightful Decorations

  I am planning for my October Stamp-a-Stack and will be showcasing cards that we will be making.  I try to keep the cards fairly simple so they don't take too long to make, but still keep them elegant enough that you can't wait to send them out to friends and family.  I also like to use products from both the Holiday Mini and Current Catalog so stampers get to try many different products.

I started with Always Artichoke for the card base.  Two extra large scallop circles were punched with Deck the Halls DSP and the three ornaments were stamped using the Delightful Decorations stamp set.  I layered two of the stamped punches over the DSP and the third one I centered in the middle.  A small pearl added some sparkle to the middle ornament .  The sentiment is from Snow Swirled Set.  Always Artichoke and Cherry Cobbler are really a nice color combination for Christmas cards and they match perfectly with Deck the Halls DSP. 

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Always Artichoke #105119, Whisper White #100730
Designer Series Paper:  Deck the Halls #120810 (Holiday Mini)
Ink:  Always Artichoke #105219, Cherry Cobbler #119669
Stamp Sets:  Delightful Decorations #116517, Snow Swirled #111690
Punches:  2 3/8" Extra Large Scallop Circle #118874, Ornament #119847
Embellishments:  Pearls #119247
Accessories:  Dimensionals #104430

Special thanks to demonstrator Shari Winterstein who directed me to Lee Conrey's site showing me how to make a "cheater light box" to help me get better pictures to post on my blog.   If you want to know how this is done you can go to Shari's blog at http://southerncaliforniastamper.blogspot.com/ and click on
her Sept. 15th post to take you to Lee's tutorial.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

For the Newlyweds

I wish you could see the color better on this card.  Unfortunately my good digital camera is not working and I had to pull out the old one.  So I apologize but hope you can at least get a good idea for a card -  just imagine it in color! 

I ran the Very Vanilla cardstock through my Big Shot using the Elegant Lines embossing folder.  A small strip of Elegant Soiree Designer Series Paper and 1/8" Early Espresso Taffeta Ribbon decorated the left side and three punches added a nice new look for the sentiment, along with two small pearls.  If you look closely you can see a little bit of shimmer on the DSP.  I used the new Illiminate Top Coat to a few of the swirls for some added dazzle.  

I have to thank all of the talented SU demonstrators who share their work with each other.  The inspiration for the design of this card came from taking several of their ideas and adding a few of my own. 

To make this card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Very Vanilla #101650, Soft Suede #115318, Crumb Cake #120953
Designer Series Paper:  Elegant Soiree #117163
Ink:  Soft Suede #115657
Stamp Set:  Teeny Tiny Wishes #115370
Punches:  Decorative Label #120907, Curly Label 3119851, Modern Label #119849
Embellishments:  Basic Pearls #119247, Illuminate Top Coat #121084
Ribbon:  Early Espresso 1/8" Taffeta #119959
Accessories:  Big Shot Die Cutting Machine #113439, Elegant Lines Embossing Folder #119277

Monday, September 13, 2010

Diaper Fold Halloween Treats

Really simple treat container using the Diaper Fold!




To start cut a piece your paper to 6" x 6".  Next, fold in half on a diagonal, then fold the bottom right end over to meet the left side, then do the same on the left..  All that is left to do is pull the top flap over and you have a really cute gift container that stays together without any adhesive.  Decorate with your favorite saying or ribbon, fill with a treat and your all done.  

As you can see - two different looks with Designer Series Paper depending on which of paper you use.

To make my Halloween Diaper Fold Treat Container I used the following:
Designer Series Paper:  Wicked Fun #117400
Stamp Set:  Grateful Greetings #116511
Ink:  Tangerine Tango #111349
Punch:  Scallop Square #119885
Ribbon:  Raven 1/2" Lace Trim #120985 (Holiday Mini)


Saturday, September 11, 2010

Easy Watercolor


I just recently started doing more watercoloring and really love how easy it is with the Aqua Painters.  Now I know there are quite a few different techniques and ways to watercolor, but for now I find the Aqua Painters and some ink really keep it simple for me, and I really like the results.

For today's card I started with a base of Baja Breeze cardstock, and added a small strip of Elegant Soiree Designer Series Paper.  Using watercolor paper I stamped my image from the Fast & Fabulous Level 2 Hostess Stamp Set with StazOn Black Ink.  Now to get the ink onto the paper using my Aqua Painter I take my ink pad and with it closed I press on the lid to get a small pool of ink on the inside lid.  I then dip the tip of my Aqua Painter into the ink and apply it to the image.  I used a combination of Pear Pizzazz, Baja Breeze and Soft Suede inks on the flower.  You can make the image as light or dark as you want, and I just play around with the inks until I get the results I am looking for.  I added some Victoria Crochet Trim to the side and stamped my sentiment.  It took me less than 10 minutes to finish this card. 

Another great feature of the Aqua Painter is that it will last forever.  When the reservoir is empty just fill it with water and you are all set.  You get two Aqua Painters per pack - one with medium tip and one with a larger tip.  No mess, and more transportable than a cup and watercolor brush.  Works best with watercolor paper that comes sized to layer on your card front.

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Baja Breeze #111352, Watercolor Paper #105019
Designer Series Paper:  Elegant Soiree #117163
Stamp Sets:  Fast and Fabulous #118754 wood mount or #120133 clear mount (Hostess Level 2), Occasional Quotes #117048 wood mount or #120142 clear mount (Hostess Level 3)
Ink:  Pear Pizzazz #119784, Baja Breeze #111833, Soft Suede #115657, Jet Black StazOn #101406
Ribbon:  Victoria Crochet Trim #118481
Accessories:  Aqua Painter #103954



Friday, September 10, 2010

Halloween Monster Treats

Monster Treat bags made using the Big Shot and Top Note Die can take on many variations.  Just mix in a few different punches for the face features, sponge a little color onto your cardstock and have fun creating your own style monster.

Both the front and back of the bag were cut with the Top Note Die, but only the front is decorated.  On the back piece I just sponged on some ink for added color.  The hair is a strip of black cardstock also cut with the top of the Top Note Die and then cut into different lengths for bangs.  Circle, square, oval, and word window punches were used for all of the features.  A gel pen added some dimension to the eyes and one monster mouth, and a black marker was used to draw on the green monster mouth.  The bags used for the candy were purchased at a local craft store.  The handle is just a strip of black cardstock and some brads to keep it in place. 

To make today's project I used the following:
Cardstock:  Basic Black #121045, Whisper White #100730, Brocade Blue and Gable Green (Retired)Punches:  Word Window #119857, 1 1/4" Square #119865, 1 3/8" Oval #119863, 1" Circle #119868, 3/4" Circle #119873, 1/2" Circle #119869
Accessories:  Sponges #101610, Uni-ball Signo Gel Pen #105021, Basic Black Marker #100082. Neutral Brads #119736
Ink:  Pumpkin Pie #105216, Old Olive #102277, Perfect Plum #101437

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Sweet Treat Birthday

This is the birthday card I made for my 3 year old grandson.  He loved the little candy surprise!

I used Pumpkin Pie Cardstock to match the orange M & M's in the treat cup, added a small scallop edge in So Saffron and stamped the gumball machine on Whisper White.  I punched a hole in the center for the treat cup using the 1 3/4" Circle Punch.  The treat cups have adhesive on them, but I always add a little extra on the top outer rim too.   For those who have followed my blog for awhile you might remember that my grandson was very sick earlier this summer.  We are so happy and blessed that he has recovered from encephalitis and was a very active, and happy little boy on his birthday.  So making this card had special meaning for me - and it was the Sweetest Day Ever - just like the sentiment says.


To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Pumpkin Pie #105117, So Saffron #105118, Whisper White #100730
Stamp Set: Something Sweet #117688 wood mount or #118589 clear mount
Ink:  Pumpkin Pie #105216
Punches:  Modern Label #119849, Scallop Edge Border #119882, 1 3/4" Circle #119850
Embellishments:  Sweet Treat Cups #116802, Bright Brads #119740

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Goblin Greetings

Turn your owl upside down and you have cute Ghosts to adorn your Halloween cards.  I got this idea from SU demonstrator Chris Kolly.

I started with a card base of Peach Parfait and added a textured layer of Concord Crush.  I punched out two owls in Whisper White and turned them upside down to create the ghost, adding the eyes and feet also punched in Peach Parfait.  I thought the corners needed a little something so I punched Photo Corners in Basic Black.  The greeting is punched with the new Decorative Label Punch from the Holiday Mini.  This is a great punch for larger sayings or stamped images. 

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Peach Parfait #119794, Concord Crush #119792, Whisper White #100730, Basic Black #121045
Stamp Set:  Grateful Greetings #116511
Ink:  Basic Black #101179
Punches:  Two-Step Owl #118074, Photo Corners #119878, Decorative Label #120907 (Holiday Mini)
Accessories:  Big Shot Die Cut Machine #113439. Square Lattice Embossing Folder #119976