Simple thank you cards

Hello there!!
Can you believe it, I made something and blogged...WOOT!
After 19 days of visitors, and my entire family getting sick, we are all starting to be on the mend, and as of this morning my Dad left, so all our visitors are gone.  
Now it is time to get back into a routine.  My children still have a week left of break, so I am hoping to get a few fun things in with them.

Now that Christmas is over, it is time to get those "thank you", stamps out to send thank you cards for all of those fantastic presents you received.  I plan on making super simple cards.  Here I took out some Basic Grey pattern paper, Hero Arts clear stamps & some Jillibean Soup pre-scored cards & envelopes.  I have to say, this was my first time using Hero Arts clear stamps, and I was really impressed, thumbs up in my book.
Super, duper easy folks!
Trim down some pattern paper, stamp your sentiment, and I added some white dashes using a gel pen.
I think I might grab my corner rounder, and round the bottom edges just to soften it up a bit.

Feeling better!

Hooray, I am finally on the mend.
I really, really dislike getting sick, but unfortunately that is part of life.
On a different note, my husband made it home the other night.  He was stuck in Virginia for a few extra days due to a winter storm, then his aircraft had a few hiccups.  He landed around 6:30pm, drove home super uber fast, we changed and somehow made it (although late) to the Ward room Christmas dinner/party.  We arrived after dinner was served, so I had a few drinks instead, while some of the speeches we given.  Jess will be deploying in the New Year, so this will be an extra special Christmas for my little family.  His parents are visiting us this week, we will get a two day respite, then my Father will visit for a week.  Very busy, however my children are loving the company.
Today, I plan on crafting the day away, so I will have some fun new things to show in the next day or two.  
I hope you are having a wonderful holiday season so far!
Here is a picture of Jess and I at his Christmas party.




Cold products that I love!

Hello there bloggers.
I am still sick!
Talk about the worst timing ever.  My to do list is growing by the minute, and to be honest I am starting to freak my beans a little because I don't think everything is going to get done.  I am weak, and really unable to do anything.  Driving my children to and from school is about all I can handle right now.  So far this week for dinner we have had take out from, Panera, Five Guys, Mc Donalds & Chik fil a.  Tonight they had the ever so fabulous Easy Mac.  My body is exhausted and so I have just been camped out on the couch.  The hubby is gone right now, so getting the house ready for visitors is my job, hopefully by Friday I can start to tackle it all.
Anyhow, for any of you who have a cold right now, here are a few products that I suggest.
They seem to be helping, and make my day a little more bearable.

This box says Mucinex DM.
However, 
I am taking Mucinex D, and is in a red box, but you have to get it from behind the counter and sign for it.  It retails for around $27, and comes with 24 tablets (each work for 12 hours).  Mucinex D, is an expectorant & for nasal decongestant.
It can dry you out, so make sure to drink a lot of liquid.
It relieves that pressure behind your nose & eyes, and lets you breathe without being a mouth breather.
Isn't that the worst?  Heavy mouth breathers kind of freak me out, I am not even going to try and lie about that one lol.
Next is Desym Cough syrup.
Which you can take with the Mucinex D.
At the beginning of this cold, my throat hurt so bad, especially when I was coughing.  So this gave me much needed cough relief (purple bottle).  Then at night I took the night time multi-symptom syrup.  It helps with cough, fever & body aches, nasal congestion and a sore throat, plus since it is night time formula, it has that little extra kick which helps you fall asleep faster.
The daytime bottle is around $8.99 & the night time formula is around $12.99.


With a few bags of Ricola cough drops (around $1.60 each) everything came to around $50, but let me tell you.  These products are worth every penny!  My husband actually was sick before he passed it onto me, so I purchased all of these twice.  He actually was able to go to work everyday taking them.

I am not affiliated what so ever with these companies.
I just wanted to share my experience this week taking these.  My days would be unbearable without them.
I hope you all are staying healthy!
I hope to have something new on my blog as soon as I feel a little better.
xoxo
latisha

Sickie talk & a fun Christmas card

I hope you have great plans for the weekend.
As for me, I am knocked on my booty kind of sick.  Chills, fever, sore throat, congestion...get the idea?  I am not going to lie, I am a little freaked out.  Hubby is gone for a bit, I am sick and I have company coming next week.  I need to clean the house, finish/start my Christmas cards, finish Christmas shopping, put up the Christmas tree and complete all of my crafty deadlines.  Did I mention I am sick, and have to do this alone...bah, lol.  Isn't that the way it always is?  At least I still have my sense of humor and wits about me, or the amount of stuff I need to complete this week could really send me over the deep end.  Somehow, it will all get done, I don't know how yet, but it will.  
The plan of the day, is to clean my craft-tastrophy I have going on, and to put the Christmas tree up, along with all of our holiday items.  Plus I need to have pictures developed from the last few days, to go into my December Daily Album (most of the pictures are of us being sick lol).  I guess I should go grocery shopping too.  That means I will have to actually look okay and go outside, gasp!  Why is it, when you are sick, the sun is like cryptonite?   Holy mamma!  I was in the car pick up line yesterday, picking up my son from school (and you all know how slow those lines move).  The sun was blaring on me and I thought my head was going to explode.  So, I am a little scared to go out into it.
Right now, I am downstairs in my living room, where once the sun comes out, tends to be the darkest room in the house (unless I open the curtains & blinds).  My boy is sleeping next to me, and I think I might take some cough syrup, before I hack up a lung and wake him up.  Some tea sounds grand too.
I hope you all have a great weekend and get a lot accomplished off of your to-do list.  I am going to give it a valiant try, to get a few checked off of mine.

Here is a fun Christmas card that I don't think I have shown.
(I am pretty sure it was a reject card, but I still love it)
Some of my favorite things on this one.

Materials Used:
May Arts ribbon
MME pattern paper
kraft card stock
foam tape

12 Trendy Days of Christmas: Day Five, Damask


My friend Kimberly is hosting the 12 Trendy Days of Christmas.
She asked if I wanted to play along, and of course I said yes.
Today is Day #5, and the theme is Damask.
Head on over to Kimberly's blog, to see what she has created.  As well as, a few more designers who are also playing along with this challenge.
If you decide to play along as well, make sure to link up to Kimberly's blog.

What is there not to like about Damask?  To me it is timeless, classic and something that really never goes out of style.  I am under the weather right now, so I went to my old faithfuls to create something pretty for you today.  A pretty strip of pattern paper, kraft card stock, yummy trims, Spellbinders die template, and great stamps.  I don't know if you can see it, but the strip of paper has a damask pattern on it, so perfect right?!

Materials Used:
kraft card stock
KaiserCraft pattern paper
satin ribbon
color box black ink
gingham ribbon
PTI Damask stamp set


ps
I am super sick and was on cough medicine while scheduling this post, if there are a ton of mistakes I apologize :)

Lawn Fawn Hello Friend

Happy December 1, 2010!
I really cannot believe this year is coming to an end.  Is it just me or does time go by faster the older you get?  It sure feels that way sometimes.  Today on this first day of December, I get to share with you a sneak of a stamp set from Lawn Fawn.  This set which will be available tomorrow, is called Hello Friend.  It is a fun take on sentiments.
Head on over to the Lawn Fawn blog, and leave a comment to win this set. Also, the design team has some great projects using this set, so check them out as well.


The card base is a thick textured card stock, and I layered it with some Cosmo Cricket Circa 1934 pattern paper from the mini deck.  I had some really pretty grosgrain ribbon lying around, it was just a scrap, so I had to be creative in how I used it.  So I put some scor-tape down, then laid the ribbon down and ruffled it just a bit.  Instead of sewing it into place or using tape to hold it down, I used embroidery floss to hold it into place.  I die cut & embossed pattern paper, and card stock using a Spellbinders Labels Sixteen die template set.  With a red Copic marker, I colored in some of the letters.  To finish off the card, I rounded the right hand bottom corner, sometimes that is just enough to soften up a card a bit.


Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Hello Friend stamp set
Spellbinders S4-301 Labels Sixteen
textured card stock
Cosmo Cricket Circa Mini Deck
May Arts ribbon
floss
foam tape

Lawn Fawn Fly Free

Sorry this is late, blogger was giving me major problems, so it is going to be short and sweet before it changes its mind :)
Today I get to show you a cute mini set called Fly Free.
I paired the Fly Free set with Bannerific & some pretty Webster's Pages paper.
Make sure to go to the Lawn Fawn blog for a chance to win this set.
Also the Design Team, has some cool projects you don't want to miss.


**PS**
Will add details later when blogger will cooperate

Lawn Fawn: My Silly Valentine sneak

Today the designers for Lawn Fawn are showing sneaks of the upcoming stamp set called, My Silly Valentine.
This set is going to make you smile!
Just looking at it makes me smile, it is a happy stamp set, but I think all Lawn Fawn stamp sets are happy.
A clean & balanced card for you today.
A perfectly balanced card is always what I strive to make, whether it is graphic & clean or maybe a little layered card, balance will always make it shine (in my opinion).
Some nice textured card stock, pretty pattern paper, twine, foam tape, a border punch and some markers.

Visit the Lawn Fawn blog as well as the design team for more awesome projects!

Lawn Fawn Trimmings

Today Lawn Fawn is adding some fun additions to the store.  
A few ribbon sets called, Chipper & Dapper.
Today I am using two of the ribbon trimmings from the Chipper set, that I paired with the Frosties stamp set.
Have you all started on your Christmas cards?
I only have around 10 done.
But, I am sure somehow, I will get them all finished.

The inspiration for this card came from the Dean Martin song called "Let it Snow".
(click on the link to listen to this song...do it, it will make you happy!)
I started my card, with a kraft card base.
Next, I layered some of The Girls Paperie Tinsel & Twig pattern paper.
Snowfall, to be exact.
This paper screams Happy Holidays to me.
If you are still looking for some trendy, and very beautiful Christmas pattern paper.  Tinsel and Twig is one of my favorites right now.  I bought mine at my local scrap book store, however, I am sure Two Peas or Scrapbook.com sell it.
Once my pattern paper was adhered, I stamped my "let it snow" sentiment three times in red ink, then stamped my snowflakes all over in a green ink, both from the Frosties stamp set from Lawn Fawn.
Next, I added my super cute trimmings (which included my favorite twine!), and finished it off with the Flower Market Crepe Paper snowflake embellishment, again from The Girls Paperie.
I love this card!
I think I will make a few more, because it makes me that happy!!


For more great projects using the new Lawn Fawn Trimmings, check out what the rest of the Design Team has made.
Don't forget to stop at the Lawn Fawn blog as well.

A cute little paper box

Are you all ready for Thanksgiving?  
I have all my shopping done, I just need to start prepping some of the dishes I am making.
My children are home this week, so trying to keep a clean house, has been fun lol.

Today, I am sharing a cute little gift box I made using some October Afternoon paper I had.  I actually cut my pattern paper with a Spellbinders Grand Square die, before I scored the paper.  This ensured that I had perfect measurements for the top and bottom of the box.  
Once my box was put together, I wrapped ribbon around it & tied a pretty bow.  The tag was created by using the Bows & Holly stamp set from Lawn Fawn.  After I stamped and fussy cut it out, I punched a hole at the top and attached it to the center of a bow using bakers twine and a button.

Making these boxes are quite easy, and really only take a few minutes to make.

Materials Used:
October Afternoon pattern paper
PTI ribbon
Jillibean Soup bakers twine
white button
Memento ink

Spellbinders Holiday Hoppin Day 1: My December Daily album




Welcome to the first day of the Spellbinders™ Paper Arts Holiday Hoppin’ Blog Hop!  Spellbinders, along with Spellbinders are showcasing their newest products just in time for your Holiday crafting and gift giving.  Lots of creative ideas are in store, as well as prizes galore!  Each participating company has generously donated towards the prize package listed on the Spellbinders Blog.  A total of two identical prize packages, one for each day, November 18 and 19 will be given away!  To enter, just leave a comment on a participating blog!  Comments in the first 48 hours of the post are eligible.  One commenter each day will be randomly selected as the winner.  Winners will be announced on November 22, on the Spellbinders Blog!

Be sure to see all of tomorrow’s Holiday Hoppin’ blogs for inspiring projects and another chance to win!

Visit all of today’s Holiday Hoppin’ blogs:
Latisha Yoast (you are here)

Today I am using the Spellbinders LF-114 Grand Circles die template to create this mini-book, it is actually my December Daily album for this upcoming December (this is my foundation, my pictures will be added in Dec).  My December, is going to be really busy an also very special, so this is the perfect way for myself to remain in the moment this holiday season, and a great way to remember the little things I often forget about.  To create this album, I went through my pattern paper, card stock etc... that I had been hoarding for that "special" project, and cut/embossed the paper using the largest die in the Grand Circles die template set.  I then simply embellished each page, so that when each day rolls around, all I need to do is journal and slap a picture down (easy peasy right!).  There are 7 dies in the Grand Circles set, ranging is size from 4 1/4 inches up to 7 1/4 inches, this would make each die around $7 (is that not a steal or what!)  Because I used so much product on this project, I will write a supply list for each page at the bottom of this post.  You can click on each picture, to enlarge it as well.









Simply leave a comment on my blog to be eligible to win the http://spellbinderspaperarts.com/blog/holiday-hoppin-with-spellbinders!  One winner will be chosen from all the comments on all the blogs participating today.  Comments made in the first 48 hours of this post will be eligible to win.  Winner’s names will be published on the Spellbinders Blog on November 22, and they will have 48 hours to reply to Spellbinders to claim the prizes.

Thank you!



Materials Used:

Front Cover:
assorted ribbons
MME Brothers & Sisters notebook page
Manilla Envelope
Red ink
black ink
clear card stock
kraft card stock
ivory card stock

Page #3
Glittered number
Melissa Frances Rub on

Page #4
My Minds Eye Lush green pattern paper
My Minds Eye Lost & Found brads
Vellum
black ink
white doily 

Page #5
My Minds Eye Lush Red
My Minds Eye Lush Green
white card stock

Page #9
Flourishes Santa I Believe stamp set
American Crafts pattern paper
black ink
My Minds Eye Lush Green
Maya Road kraft envelope

Page #13
Pink Paislee Tickets
My Minds Eye So Sophie Family Ties
Bo Bunny paper
black ink





Shaped Christmas Card using Spellbinder die templates & Ginak stamps

November 10th, really?
Is anyone else a little freaked out that there are only 44 days until Christmas?  I am, for sure!  I have a head start on my shopping for my children, well for my son.  Shopping for a 14 year old daughter, is a little hard not to mention expensive.  With my husbands upcoming deployment, we will have family visiting for 2 weeks in December, which means I need to be really organized and squared away.  I really like to enjoy the holidays, so I am trying to get some Christmas/Holiday cards done a little early.

I love to make shaped cards, and using my Spellbinders die templates make it so easy.  For the base of this card I took out my Grand Labels One dies.  I cut/embossed some card stock, then scored it down the center to create the base of the card (around 3 x 6 inches).  I did the same using some pretty pattern paper.  I stamped the smallest ornament from the GinaK Heirloom Ornament stamp set, using some Brilliance ink.  I then used the coordinating die from the Spellbinders Heirloom Ornament Nestabilities set, placed it over the stamped image and cut/embossed the card stock.  If you get worried about your die or card stock moving, just tape the die down.  I ran some ribbon around the card, tied a bow, then attached the die cut ornaments to ribbon using twine.  After I stamped the sentiment, I added some bling to the ornaments.


Supplies used:
Spellbinders LF-161 Grand  Labels One
Spellbinders S4-283 Heirloom Ornament
GinaK Heirloom Ornament stamp set
Brilliance ink
We R Memory Keepers paper
white card stock
KaiserCraft bling
May Arts twine
American Crafts ribbon
Maya Road flower

Lawn Fawn Jessie's ABC's sneak

Today the Lawn Fawn design team are sneaking projects using an alphabet stamp set called, Jessie's ABC's.
For my project, I decided to make a place card, for a party.
I also incorporated the party hat from the Hats off to you stamp set.  Both will be available November 4th.  
Head on over to the Lawn Fawn blog, and leave a comment to win this stamp set.
Also, take a little blog hop to see what all of the designers created with this set.
To create the place I card, I used the Spellbinders Lacey Circles largest die, cut/embossed it, then scored it in half.  Then layered it with another embossed Lacey Circle die cut, from pattern paper.  The party hats were colored in with Copic markers & paper pieced onto the place tag.


Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Stamps: Jessie's ABC's & Hats off to you
MME pattern paper
American Crafts this to that foam tape
Copic markers
Spellbinders S4-293 Lacey Circles

Lawn Fawn sneak: Hats off to you

Today, I get to sneak a new set called Hats Off to You, from Lawn Fawn.
This is the perfect coordinating set to add fun hats to the Lawn Fawn Critters, or to use on its own like I did today.  I used the graduation cap from this set, along with Bannerific & Sophie's Sentiments.  So wonderful that I can mix and match the sets, and my card still looks cohesive.  
The card I created, was inspired by what I would give my daughter on her graduation.  Something really feminine & delicate just like her.  Can I brag for a minute?  My daughter is rocking her first year in High School!  She has a tough honors load, is on the school news paper, in the Christian Athletes Fellowship club, just finishing up with Cross Country & just found out yesterday she made the JV Soccer team!  Did I mention her GPA is a 4.5?!?!  I am so, so proud of her!  Even though, her graduation is years away, I would want to give her a beautiful card like this.  Isn't it fun to see how many different styles you can make one set become!  Make sure to go visit the Lawn Fawn blog, for your chance to win this stamp set, as well as the rest of the designers, who made amazing projects with this set.
I stamped the cap & banner onto coordinating pattern paper & then colored in the cap with Copic markers.

Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Stamps: Hats off to you, Bannerific, Sophie's Sentiments
Ivory card stock
Pink Paislee pattern paper
Pink Paislee tickets
Prima crocheted flower
Maya road pins
KaiserCraft lace
American Crafts this to that foam tape
Copic markers
Memento Ink

Lawn Fawn Critters in the Snow sneak

Today I get to sneak a brand new set from Lawn Fawn called Critters in the Snow.
It has the most adorable winter critters you have ever seen!
Perfect for making cute, cute, cute winter cards!!
You are going to want to stop at the Lawn Fawn blog, for your chance to win this stamp set.  Also, take time to visit the rest of the designers, they have some fun projects to share with you.
To create the glittered stripes, I adhered 5 strips of scor-tape to my card.
I then removed 3 of the strips, which then exposed the sticky tape. 
I poured fine red glitter over the area, tapping off the excess, then repeated using a snowy white fine glitter.

Directions:
1.  Cut/score kraft card stock.
2.  Trim a smaller piece.
3.  Stamp snowflakes in a white ink, ink the edges of the card stock piece.
4.  Place scor-tape down, & create a red/white glittered pattern.
5.  Stamp the deer image, color in with Copics, cut out and adhere to card with foam tape.
6.  With a nice dark black ink, stamp sentiment
7.  Adhere panel to card using foam tape.

Materials Used:
Kraft card stock
Lawn Fawn stamps (Critters in the Snow & Harvest Season)
Copic markers
Martha Stewart fine glitter
Versafine ink
Colorbox ink
foam tape


CPS #190 using Lawn Fawn, Spellbinders & American Crafts

Today, I had every intention of making a few Halloween cards.  However, it is just around 100 degrees here, in North East Florida, and I just could not get into seasonal stamping lol.  My bright City Park paper from American Crafts was calling out to me loud and clear.  This line makes me so happy!  From the graphic design American Crafts is known for, to the amazing images, plus they scattered glitter all over it, just screams fun!  To start, I cut/embossed my pattern paper with a Grand Scalloped Square die template, using my handy dandy Grand Calibur.  Die cutting has never been easier or more fun using these new tools!  Okay, so now that my paper is die cut, it was time to score it.  Since the die cut is a perfect 6 inch square, I scored at 3 inches (you have got to love easy math).  Oh, let me back track for a second, I am using the Card Positioning Systems sketch #190, I am a sucker for a great sketch!  Now that my card is scored, it was time to start embellishing it.  The fun sentiment and lightbulb image are in the How Delightful stamp set from Lawn Fawn.  They are actually stamped onto a cut/embossed Spellbinders Labels Fourteen die cut.  The light bulbs were stamped onto white paper, fussy cut out, then adhered onto the card stock.  To finish off the card I added some fun polka dot ribbon, and tied a bow.



Materials Used:
How Delightful stamp set from Lawn Fawn
City Park pattern paper from American Crafts
Spellbinders S4-290 Labels Fourteen
Spellbinders LF-127 Grand Scalloped Squares
Spellbinders GC-001 Grand Calibur die cutting machine
PTI ribbon
American Crafts This to That foam tape
Versafine ink
Palette ink
Memento ink

Laundry basket blues

Happy Monday!
I really should have done all the laundry in the house yesterday, but I really just wanted to veg out.  So, today I will be doing what I avoided.  Instead of doing actual laundry, I colored in this cute laundry basket image (Lockhart Stamps), it was so much more fun than the real thing lol.  Isn't that sentiment so true?  Wash * Dry * Fold * Repeat  I know all of you reading this are nodding your head yes in agreement with me.  Sometimes you just need to rest your body, the laundry is still there waiting, but the rest was so needed and will get me through this week.  But seriously, I think my laundry breeds & multiplies at night, like Gremlins, it just never goes away!
Oh did you all see the SF Giants vs Phillies playoff game the other night?
As a girl born and raised in N. California, I was yelling at the tv cheering them on!
So excited to see them go to the World Series!
They are going to kick some Ranger booty :)


Materials Used:
GinaK pure luxury card stock
Copic Markers
corner rounder
grosgrain ribbon
American Crafts pattern paper
KaiserCraft bling
Lockhart Stamp Co image & sentiment

Christmas Card using October Mint Motif stamps

Now that the holidays are fast approaching, it is time for me to get my Christmas card game on!
You know what I mean?
I am gong to be way ahead of the game this year!
So for my card today I am mixing up the Beyond Borders stamp set and Very Merry Sentiments from Mint Motif.  You can never go wrong with a clean graphic design, white on white card stock and minimal embellishments.  This isn't too bulky, so I am pretty sure it will meet my one stamp requirement.  I put my fancier Christmas cards in with a present, so the USPS doesn't ruin it.   What I love is that, it would be pretty easy to mass produce these if I wanted.  If you all know me I don't really mass produce cards anymore, so mass producing to me is nothing more than 4 lol.  
Well I better go, I have to wake up at O-dark-thirty in the morning, as my oldest has a Cross Country meet to be at, at 6:30 am!  Jeepers!
Have a great weekend!!
Materials Used:
Mint Motif Very Merry Sentiments & Beyond Borders stamp sets
Jillibean Soup bakers twine
Palette Ink
KaiserCraft pearls
White card stock
Cosmo Cricket Chipboard
foam tape

JustRite 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hop 7

Welcome to JustRite Stampers’ newest Wednesday feature, 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hops 7!   Every Wednesday up until Thanksgiving some of your favorite designers will be joining some of the JustRite design team for a series of Christmas blog hops, showcasing JustRite’s entire Christmas Collection of stamps!  You also might see some projects from the JustRite design team, using some of their newly released line of CLING stamps!  You can find our new collection of cling stamps HERE.  This week, the designers joining us are most of the Spellbinders and Caardvarks design teams!  So mark your calendars for Wednesdays at 9am Central for great Christmas gift, card & project ideas, starting at the JustRite Inspiration blog!

For my project today, I used the JustRite Christmas Ornaments Set.  These ornaments are really beautiful and beg to be colored in. I started by stamping my image onto Neenah white card stock, then began to color in the ornament with Copic markers.  Once the image was colored in, I cut/embossed using the Standard Circles Lg.  Next, I laid my Labels Sixteen die down, then in the center of the die, I placed a Standard Circles Small die down.  Once I knew the dies were centered perfect, I placed a sheet of white card stock down, and die cut them.  To get the embossed snowflakes, I picked up the die cuts, (still inside the die) off of the mat, then place the Snowflakes Impressabilities down, then placed the dies on top of the impressabillities, the tan embossing mat, then finally a master mat, and ran it thru the Wizard to emboss.  Before, I started to assemble the card, I cut/embossed a sheet of white card stock using the Classic Lace Border Grand Borderabilities.  Now, that everything is cut, embossed & colored in, I started to assemble the card.  


1. Cut/score black card stock into a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch card base.
2. Adhere white card stock down. 4 1/8 x 5 3/8 inches
3. Using scor-tape, adhere the border die cut to a trimmed sheet of card stock.
4. Run red satin ribbon around the panel, & tie a pretty bow.
5. Adhere the panel to the card base using foam tape.
6. Adhere the circle die with the stamped image onto the card using foam tape.
7. Apply the Labels Sixteen die cut, over the stamped image using a double layer of foam tape.



Materials Used:
Neenah white card stock
Black card stock
Copic markers
Red satin ribbon (Offray)
American Crafts this to that foam tape
Memento Tuxedo Black ink


Please visit these designers’ blogs to see what fabulous JustRite Christmas inspiration they have for you on the hop today!

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