Monday, January 31, 2011

Get Well Owl

Now who wouldn't feel better after receiving this cute little owl get well card?  Hopefully it makes the recipient feel better soon.

For today's card I started with Crumb Cake cardstock followed by a layer of Old Olive DSP from the Brights Paper Stack.  I love this Designer Series Paper Stack.  Each color family comes with 40 sheets of 2 double-sided designs, so there is always a color that coordinates well for your project.  I bought this paper when it first came out in July and have used it often, but still have so much more to choose from. The owl was punched in Early Espresso cardstock, the same color used for the layer on top of the DSP, and I added a bit of the Old Olive DSP and Crumb Cake to dress him up.  The Little Leaves were run through the Die Cut Machine and I used glue dots to adhere them to the card.   

To make today's card I use the following:
Cardstock:  Crumb Cake #120953, Early Espresso #119686, Very Vanilla #101650, Old Olive #100702
Designer Series Paper:  Brights Paper Stack #117155
Ink:  Old Olive #102277
Stamp Set:  Word Play #120308 wood or #120651 clear
Punches:  Extra Large Oval #119859, Two-Step Owl #118074
Accessories:  Big Shot Machine #113439, Little Leaves Sizzlits Die #114511, Glue Dots #103683
Embellishment:  uni-ball Signo Gel Pen #105021

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Clear Block Storage

Old way of storing clear mount stamps.

New, more organized way of storing clear mount stamps.
When I attended regionals this past fall one of the new things I learned was a much easier way to store your clear mount stamps.  Instead of just throwing away the rubber backing that the stamps come in, when you are done assembling your stamps, put them back in the same spot they were packaged in.  This way, when you close your case, the stamps stay put.  It is much easier to find the one you are looking for, and keeps the small stamps from getting lost.  I wish I would of thought of it myself before I threw away the backing for the ones I already had assembled, but for all of the new ones I have bought since then, I really like this storage method. 

I'm sure many of you reading this have been doing it this way for a long time, but just thought I would share it with anyone who might not have heard this idea before.   There is always something new to learn, and I would love any of my readers to share any of their stamping tips too.  Please feel free to leave a comment after any of my posts.   Have a great weekend everyone, and for those of you living on the East Coast like me, let's hope for a few days of NO SNOW!  All that shoveling takes away from my stamping time, and I really hate to give up my stamping time!!!

Friday, January 28, 2011

Wedding Invitations

Wedding invitation with coordinating envelope. Top of invitation stamped and then embossed.

RSVP Card and Reception Card with Coordinating Envelope

Back of RSVP and Reception Card - Embossed with Square Lattice Embossing Folder

I was honored when a friend's daughter asked me to make her wedding invitations.  We finally came up with the black and white stamped and embossed invitations and matching RSVP and Reception cards.  To add some WOW to the envelopes, I stamped them with the same design used on the invitation.  A quick solution to add some elegance to a plain white envelope.

When stamping and embossing, remember to stamp your image first, then emboss. 

To make the invitations I used the following:
Cardstock:  Basic Black #121045, Whisper White #100730
Ink:  Basic Black #101179
Stamp Set:  Elements of Style #118611 wood or #120045 clear
Ribbon:  Basic Black 5/8" Grosgrain #115605
Accessories:  Big Shot #113439, Square Lattice Embossing Folder #119976

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Birthday Ensemble

The new Petal Cone Bigz L Die from the Occasions Mini Catalog, makes a fun little gift holder that goes nice with a coordinating card.

For the card and petal cone I used Old Olive cardstock and a piece of Rich Razzleberry Brights Designer Series Paper from the Patterns DSP Stack.  The inspiration for the card came from my February issue of Stampin Success, which showcased the design, and I just changed a few of the colors.  I like how the stamped hearts look like they are flowing from the cupcake.  The cupcake was created by first stamping it in Chocolate Chip ink, and then punching it out using the Build a Cupcake Extra-Large Punch.  The ribbon on the cupcake was stamped with Rich Razzleberry ink and then cut out and adhered to the cupcake with 2-Way Glue.  I also took my Paper Piercing Tool and Mat Pack to accent the left corner of the card.  Both the stamp set and punch are also from the Occasions Mini Catalog.  When I stamped the Happy Birthday at the bottom, I got a little smudge of ink on the cardstock, so to cover it up I added two punched hearts.   There is alway a way to cover your mistakes, and sometimes I think the card looks better with the addition of the two hearts!

For today's ensemble I used the following:
Cardstock:  Old Olive #100702, Whisper White #100730
Designer Series Paper:  Brights Patterns DSP Stack #117155
Stamp Set:  Create a Cupcake #121915 wood or #121982 clear
Ink:  Rich Razzleberry #115658, Chocolate Chip #100908
Ribbon:  Old Olive 5/8" Satin #117292, Rich Razzleberry 5/8" Grosgrain #119957
Embellishment:  Vanilla Rosette #118774
Punches:  Build a Cupcake #121807, Small Heart #117193 
Accessories:  Big Shot #113439, Petal Cone Bigz L Die #121810, Dimensionals #104430

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Nursery Suite

Pretty baby girl!

Darling little boy!

Nursery Suite Quick Acccents offer such cut self-adhesive die cuts that help you make quick,coordinated baby cards.  Great for scrapbooking albums too!
For the girl card I used Pretty in Pink cardstock, accented with an Early Espresso matte layer, and the Whisper White layer was adorned with some Quick Accents.  The boy card is Pearl Pizzazz cardstock, followed by a matte layer of Whisper White and Baja Breeze. 

Have fun creating your own special baby cards or albums with these coordinating Quick Accents.

For today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Pretty in Pink #100459, Early Espresso #119686, Whisper White #100730, Pear Pizzazz #11979, Baja Breeze #111352
Embellishment:  Nursery Suite Quick Accents #118709
Stamp Sets:  Baby Bundle #118525 wood or #120576 clear, Full of Life #111500
Punches:  Word Window #119857, 1 1/4" Circle #119861, 1 3/8" Circle #119860, Modern Label #119849, Small Heart #117193
Ink:  Early Espresso #119750, Pear Pizzazz #119784

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Baby Shower Invitations

I was asked to made baby shower invitations for a friend.  The bedding is from Pottery Barn and I tried to capture the colors and pattern in the sheets for the invitation.  I made two samples and not sure which one will be used.  A few adjustments might have to be made depending on her style, but it was fun coming up with some new designs.
Front of Invitation - Invitation #1

Inside of invitation where infomation will be typed.
  Coco Dot Nursery Bedding
Bedding from Pottery Barn for the nursery.

Invitation #2 - Inside will have information.

Check back to see which one she selected and to see if any changes will be made.  I will then post what supplies and products were used.  I would love to hear your comments and let me know which one you would choose.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Super Quick Valentine Cards

Same layout, just different stamped sentiments, and I have two Valentine Cards that were really quick and easy to make. 

Both cards were made with Crumb Cake cardstock for the card base followed by layers of Pretty in Pink and Real Red Designer Series Paper that were from the Filled with Love Paper Bundle (promotion expires today).  If you like this paper you can still purchase it through the promotion today or from the  Brights and Subtles Designer Series Paper Stack in the current Idea Book and Catalog at any time.  I just changed the sentiment on both cards. The Love you Much stamped on the card on the left is from an expired stamp set, the one on the right is from the Love You Much set in the current catalog.  I hold on to my retired stamp sets, especially ones that have cute sayings even though I know I can't demonstrate them at workshops, and you can't order them now, but I'm sure you all have those sets you can't part with and still use for your own personal projects.  Random hearts were punched and placed on both cards.  The hearts on the card on the right were really used to cover some smudged ink, but no one else will know!!

For today's cards I used the following:
Cardstock:  Crumb Cake #120953, Whisper White #100730
Designer Series Paper:  Love Patterns #124156 (promotion ends today), or Brights Patterns Paper Stack #117155 and Subtles Patterns Paper Stack #117152
Ink:  Real Red #103133
Stamp Set:  Love You Much #113756, Teeny Tiny Wishes #
Punches:  Small Heart #117193, Heart to Heart #119881, Word Window #119857, Decorative Label #120907, Small Corner #119871

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Valentine Kisses

I wanted to post these yesterday, but the day got away from me.  Had a great morning with the ladies who attended my Stamp-a-Stack, but forgot all about posting my blog entry.  So here are the Valentine treat bags I said I would show that use Stampin' Up!'s small cellophane bags.

To decorate the cellophane bags, I cut a 3" x 4" piece of Whisper White cardstock which I scored at 2" to make a nice fold.  I decorated the front of this with a strip of Love Impressions Designer Series Paper that was layered on top of a piece of Basic Gray cardstock.  I punched two holes with my Crop-a-Dile and inserted Real Red 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon to hold the bag and top together.  The bags were filled with Hershey Kisses.  The sentiment is from the Grateful Greetings stamp set. 

If you have a project that requires a bigger bag, Stampin' Up! cellophane bags come in three sizes.  The small one used today measures 3" x 5", the medium bags are 4" x 6", and the large bags are 6" x 8".   Each comes 50 bags to an order and are great to have on hand so you are always prepared when you need to make and package your handmade projects and gifts.

For today's project I used the following:
Cardstock:  Whisper White #100730, Basic Gray #121044
Designer Series Paper:  Love Impressions #121780 (Occasions Mini)
Accessories:  Small Cellophane Bags #103104, Crop-a-Dile #108362
Stamp Set:  Grateful Greetings #116511
Ink:  Real Red #103133
Ribbon:  Real Red 5/8" Grosgrain #109052
Punch:  Scallop Oval #119856

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Quick Valentine Treats

Looking for a cute Valentine treat, just fill some bags with your favorite candy, add a cute stamped topper and some pretty ribbon and your done!

I got the bags from a company called Clear Bags and I have used them for several occasions.  For these Valentine treats I punched a Pretty in Pink heart and stamped and punched the Real Red heart.  To add a little more texture and design I also ran the pink heart through my Big Shot using the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder.  I also added the sentiment to the center of the red heart, and used some retired Pretty in Pink ribbon to dress them up. 

I also like to use Stampin' Up's! cellophane bags available in three different sizes to make treat bags too!  Check back tomorrow to see what I made using the small cellophane bags and cut pieces of Love Impressions Designer Series Paper.

To make today's treat bags I used the following:
Cardstock:  Pretty in Pink #100459, Whisper White #100730
Ink:  Real Red #103133
Stamp Set:  Filled with Love #124380 wood or #124381 clear - Promotion good until 1/24 - after that time set will no longer be available. 
Punches:  Full Heart #119883, 3/4" Oval #120908
Accessories:  Big Shot #113439, Perfect Polka Dot Embossing Folder #117335

Monday, January 17, 2011

Build-a-Roo Valentine

This is my final Stamp-a-Stack Valentine card.  I tried to make a variety with different colors, and wanted to make sure I had some for children too.  The Build-a-Roo Stamp Set gives you many options for a variety of occasions.

For today's card I started with a base of Whisper White cardstock, followed by a matte layer of Basic Gray.  To this layer I added a piece of Love Patterns Designer Series Paper.  I cut a circle with my Big Shot and the large scallop circle on the Scallop Circle #2 Bigz Die.  Before I placed the stamped kangaroo onto the card I cut a slit where his pouch is and placed the punched heart through it, and punched two small holes to make it easy to tie my ribbon and adhere it to the left side.  A quick, cute children's Valentine's Card.

For today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Whisper White #100730, Basic Gray #121044, Real Red #119940
Designer Series Paper:  Love Patterns #124156
Ink:  Real Red #103133, Basic Gray #109120
Ribbon:  Real Red 3/8" Taffeta #119763
Stamp Set:  Build-a-Roo #115948, Teeny Tiny Wishes #115370
Punch: Word Window #119857, Heart to Heart #119881
Acccessories:  Big Shot #113439, Scallop Circle #2 Bigz Die #113469

Thursday, January 13, 2011

We're Good Together

Crumb Cake, a little bit of pink, a touch of red, and white - another nice combination of colors for Valentine's Day!

Today's Valentine card starts with a Finial Press Embossed piece of Crumb Cake cardstock for the card base.  The pink layer is from the Love Patterns Designer Series Paper that comes with the Filled with Love Bundle, or can be purchased alone.  To this layer I added a strip of Whisper White cardstock that was punched with the Pinking Hearts Border punch.  To get the ribbon to fold and stay in place I used sticky strip - you just fold and stick!  You can add as many folds as you want, and where you want.  A nice technique to add something different to your project.  The image was stamped on a circle cut with the 2 1/2" circle punch and placed on with dimensionals.

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock Crumb Cake #120953, Whisper White #100730,
Designer Series Paper:  Love Patterns #124156 (just the paper) or #124380 wood mount or #124381 clear mount with the bundle - stamp set and paper
Stamp Set:  Love You Much #113756, Filled with Love #124380 wood or #124381 clear
Ink:  Real Red #103133, Crumb Cake #121030
Ribbon:  Whisper White 3/8" Taffeta #109070
Accessories:  Sticky Strip #104294, Dimensionals #104430, Big Shot #113439, Finial Press Embossing Folder #115963
Punches:  Pinking Hearts Border #117649, 2 1/2" Circle #120906

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Hugs & Kisses

Love Impressions Designer Series Paper makes it easy to get a nice background on your Valentine's Card.
It comes in 12 sheets, 2 each of 2 single-sided embossed designs on cover-weight paper, and 2 each of 4 double sided designs on text-weight paper. 

For today's card I started with a card base of Basic Gray cardstock, followed by a matte layer of one of the double sided papers that was cut in half and each side displayed.   The Basic Gray scallop was cut with the Big Shot Machine using the large scallop on the Scallop Circle #2 Bigz die, and for extra texture I also embossed it using the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder.    The sentiment in the center is from the Love You Much stamp set.  To add some more sparkle to the center scallop I heat embossed the little dots with silver embossing powder. 

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Basic Gray #12055, Whisper White #100730
Designer Series Paper:  Love Impressions #121780 (Occasions Mini)
Ink:  Real Red #103133
Stamp Sets:  Love You Much #113756, Teeny Tiny Wishes #115370
Accessories:  Big Shot #113439, Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder #120175, Scallop Circle #2 Bigz Die #113469, Heat Tool #100005, Silver Embossing Powder #109131
Punches:  1 3/4" Scallop Circle #119854, Word Window #119857

Monday, January 10, 2011

Be My Valentine

A' la carte stamps are a great way to add to your collection while saving money at the same time.  Be My Valentine is a new stamp offered in the Occasions Mini Catalog, and has such a nice, large design that it is all the stamping you need to make a really pretty card.

This week I will be posting cards that we will be making at my January Stamp-a-Stack, and because the request has been made for Valentine cards, and I don't like working with one color all of the time, I will be displaying cards in a variety of colors, that still say Happy Valentine's Day to me.  I hope you like them.

I used a lot of Cherry Cobbler for Christmas and it is one of my favorite colors.  I used it for the base of today's card.  The matte layer is Whisper White and it was embossed with the new Framed Tulips embossing folder.  The large heart stamp was first inked and stamped with Cherry Cobbler ink, and then reinked with Versa Mark ink and  heat embossed with clear embossing powder.  This adds a nice shine to the stamp.  I used my Stamp-a-ma-jig for perfect placement of the stamp.  I used all of my Cherry Cobbler seam binding with my Christmas cards and forgot to order more, so I used Whisper White Organza ribbon and dyed it with Cherry Cobbler ink.  Now, I could of made it darker by running the ribbon over the ink pad a few more times, but I liked the lighter color for this card. 

My Ribbon Dying Process:  When I dye my ribbon, I take a Stamping Sponge and hold one end of the ribbon in my fingers, place the sponge on top of the ribbon and run it over the ink pad until I get the amount of color I want.  Some people like to dye their ribbon by placing in it a container of the ink using an ink refill, but I found this was a lot less messy and easy for me.   Let it dry for a few minutes before placing it on your card, especially if you are tying it onto a lighter piece of cardstock.

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Cherry Cobbler #119685, Whisper White #100730
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler #119669, Versa Mark #102283
Stamp Set:  Be My Valentine #122045 (Occasions Mini)
Ribbon:  Whisper White Organza #114319
Accessories:  Stamping Sponge #101610, Big Shot Die Cutting Machine #113439, Framed Tulips Embossing Folder #121809, Stamp-a-ma-jig #101049

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Organized Stamping Studio

Wall of stamps for easy viewing, with project samples below.

Tables for classes and workshops, along with card displays and more project samples.

Big Shot Die Cutting Machine work space.

My stamping corner with everything close by.

Room for organized paper, ink, ribbon, and punches.
Room for catalogs, ribbon share packets, awards, flyers, and small tubs with extra punch and die cut pieces.
One of my New Year's resolutions was to get my Stamping Studio organized and in order.  I really wanted wall space to display my stamp sets so I could see everything I had, and I got this idea of a wall of stamps from my Upline Maureen Stivala who has hers arranged this way.  My wonderful husband used some of his days off over the Christmas holiday to put these up for me, and I spent the last few days taking everything I had and rearranging and reorganizing.  I love the results, and now I have everything out to see and it makes it so easy for me and everyone who comes to my classes and workshops to find what we are looking for.  When I do a stamp class I always have everything set up and precut, but I always give my stampers the choice of changing the sentiment, or adding something extra.  Now they can browse my wall of stamps and have fun personalizing their creations. 

So with the addition of the wall of stamps I now had more space to reorganize all of my other stamping supplies.  The cabinet that was used to hold my stamp sets now is a space for my workshop folders, envelopes, block storage, and so much more. I also organized small storage containers for all of my extra punch and die cut extras.  You know those little extra owl or bird pieces you punch out but don't need right away.  Or extra Build-a-Bear pieces that you don't want to throw away but don't know where to store them.  I bought plastic containers at the dollar store and labeled them and now when I punch out an owl and only use some of the pieces, I place the extras in the marked container.   The Dollar Store is such a great place to get baskets, bins, and containers to help you stay organized without spending a lot of money!

I also like to display samples of projects that can be made with the Big Shot, or gifts that can be made for different holidays, and I have them spread out on little tables that I covered in black tablecloths.  Most of the cabinets and tables I use are mismatched pieces, extras that we no longer needed when my children moved out, or old office supplies my husband now has no use for.  I wanted a nice spacious work area, but didn't want to break the bank on furnishing it, so I just rounded up some old furniture and put it to good use. 

It is such a good feeling to now be really organized, and I think my stamping friends will find it a relaxing place to come and stamp away.  I look forward to sharing it with them at my next Stamp-a-Stack in January.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Baby Blossoms Sympathy

If you saw yesterday's card you will see that I used the same stamped frame image for my birthday card.  The Baby Blossoms Stamp Set - new in the Occasions Mini catalog - is one of those sets that can be used in so many different ways.

For today's sympathy card I started with Baja Breeze cardstock stamped on the front with Crumb Cake ink and one of the flowers from the stamp set.  The two layers are Basic Gray and Not Quite Navy cardstock which was also embossed with the Square Lattice embossing folder.  Very Vanilla taffeta ribbon was tied onto this layer which was accented with cut flowers and leaves.  The ink used on the flowers was Cajun Craze, Baja Breeze and Crumb Cake, and the leaves were inked with Old Olive Ink.  The frame was stamped onto Crumb Cake cardstock using Baja Breeze ink, and the sentiment was stamped then punched out and placed on with dimensionals.  I also sponged some Baja Breeze ink onto the sentiment.

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Baja Breeze #111353, Basic Gray #121044, Not Quite Navy #101722, Very Vanilla #101650
Ink:  Baja Breeze #111833, Crumb Cake #121030, Cajun Craze #119671, Old Olive #102277
Stamp Set:  Baby Blossoms #121927 wood mount or #122000 clear mount, Thoughts & Prayers #113252
Punches:  2" x 1 3/8" Oval, Small Corner #119871
Accessories:  Dimensionals #104430, Big Shot Machine #113439, Square Lattice Embossing Folder #119976
Ribbon:  Very Vanilla 3/8" Taffeta #109071

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Vintage Flower Adornment

Vintage Flower Adornments are perfect accents for your cards or projects.  A nice touch to make it a little special, and so much nicer than a store bought card.

For today's card I started with Crumb Cake cardstock which was stamped all over usingVersa Mark ink and a leaf from the Baby Blossoms Stamp Set.  The matte layers are Soft Suede Cardstock, and a piece of Elegant Soiree' Designer Series Paper.   The frame was stamped with Soft Suede ink onto another piece of Elegant Soiree' paper.  The sentiment was inked with Baja Breeze and then punched out with the 2 x 1 3/8" Oval Punch - a perfect size for the frame stamp, and placed on with dimensionals.  I used Baja Breeze seam binding, new in the Occasions Mini Catalog for the bow, and added a friends tag tied with Linen Thread. 

I think I will have to order all of the Seam Binding colors.  They go on so nicely and don't create a lot of bulk to your card.  It makes a really pretty accent!

For today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Crumb Cake #120953, Soft Suede #115318, Very Vanilla #101650
Designer Series Paper:  Elegant Soiree #117163
Ink:  Baja Breeze #111833, Soft Suede #115617
Stamp Set:  Baby Blossoms #121917 wood mount or #122000 clear mount (Occasions Mini), Tiny Tags #118091 wood or #118592 clear, Perfect Punches #117022 wood or 120516 clear
Punches:  2" x 1 3/8" Oval #119859, Jewelry Tag #117190
Ribbon:  Baja Breeze Seam Binding #122331, Linen Thread #104199
Embellishment:  Vintage Flower #121879
Accessories:  Dimensionals #104430

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Love Impressions Rub Ons

Love Impressions Rub-Ons available in the Occasions Mini Catalog offer you multicolored images for a variety of surfaces.  I usually use mine for cards like I did with today's post, but you can also use them on photos, notebooks, Designer Series Paper, and so much more. 

I started today's card with Real Red cardstock for the base and added a Pinking Hearts Border punched layer of Pretty in Pink cardstock.  To this layer I added my rub ons that were put on Whisper White cardstock.  The xoxo at the bottom (another rub-on) shows up really well against the Real Red cardstock.  These rub-ons go on so easily, and give you a wide range of design options.  If you haven't tried them, now would be a good time to get your own pack to help with your Valentine cards.  Each pack comes with 4 sheets, two of each design shown in the catalog, for a nice selection to help with your Valentine projects!

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:  Real Red #102482, Pretty in Pink #100459, Whisper White #100730
Ink:  Real Red #103133
Stamp Set:  Teeny Tiny Wishes #115370
Ribbon:  Real Red 3/8" Taffeta #119763
Punch:  Pinking Hearts Border #117649
Embellishment:  Love Impressions Rub-Ons #121886 (Occasions Mini)

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Occasions Mini Catalog Sale Starts Today!

Hopefully you received your own copy of the Occasions Mini Catalog and have had time to make your wish list.  The sale starts today and continues until April 30, 2011.  If you don't have a copy you can download one bygoing to my website and clicking on the catalog link, or just send me an e-mail and I will be happy to send you one.

Fabulous Birthday

Create a Cupcake Stamp Set works great with the Build a Cupcake Punch, both new products available in n the Occasions Mini Catalog.  Now, do you have to have both to make great cards?  No, both the stamp set and punch could be used separately, but it does make it so much easier if you want to have your pieces cut out, and gives you many more designing options!

To start today's card I used Melon Mambo cardstock, with an embossed layer of Pretty in Pink.  I then cut two squares from the Scallop Squares Duo Bigz Die (Holiday Mini Catalog), the larger one using Sunny Garden DSP, and the smaller one with Old Olive Cardstock.  Next I stamped the cupcake bottom in Melon Mambo ink and punched it out with the Build a Cupcake Punch.  The icing was made with a punched piece of Pretty in Pink cardstock, and Melon Mambo cardstock  for the cherry.  Dimensionals were used for both the large scallop and the Happy Birthday. 

When I have a card with dark cardstock on the inside, I like to stamp and then  punch my sentiment on Whisper White or some other lighter piece of cardstock.  It makes it so much easier to read!

To make today's card I used the following:
Cardstock:   Melon Mambo #115320, Pretty in Pink #100459, Whisper White #100730, Old Olive #100702
Designer Series Paper:  Sunny Garden #119831
Stamp Set:  Create a Cupcake #121915 wood mount, or #121982 clear mount (Occasions Mini Catalog)
Punches:  Build a Cupcake #121807 (Occasions Mini), Word Window #119857
Ink:  Melon Mambo #115656
Accessories:  Big Shot Die Cutting Machine #113439, Perfect Polka Dot Embossing Folder #117335, Scallop Squares Duo #120903 (Holiday Mini), Dimensionals #104430