Saturday, May 19, 2018

Moving Along - An Update Part I

Hello there!  I wanted to pop on with a post to show you the progress on our move.  This week was a big week and we close in about 10 days.  A lot happened this week, some of it not so fun.  But some other things have happened that are fun to see.  

Let's start with the not so fun stuff.  Last weekend, my washing machine bit the dust as I was trying to wash all the towels and linens before I packed them up.  This was bad timing for sure and so expensive to fix that we were better off just buying new.  So of course, for someone who is pretty matchy-matchy that also meant a new dryer.  My husband had just asked me if we needed a new washer and dryer when we moved but I had said no.  Our last washer and dryer was a Whirlpool Cabrio set and I have always loved it.  It's still a top loading machine, but High Efficiency and I never had any problems with it before.  We got it when we lived in Frisco, TX.  Now, let me say there are varying models of the Cabrio system and we had the top of the line, so that's what we wanted to replace it with. So on Monday of last week week, a new Cabrio Platinum Washer and Dryer were delivered. This particular wash is a high capacity, heavy duty washer and I didn't have this previously, but now I need a step stool to get to the bottom of the tub.  While I had the appliance guy here, we wanted him to take a look at the refrigerator in the trailer that my hubby will be living in during the week.  It wouldn't cool anything even though we left it for 48 hours and came back.  So the appliance guy went over, took a look, ran a few tests and determined that it had no free-on in it -- at all.  So somewhere there is a leak and just to track it down and find it would be about half the cost of a new refrigerator, plus whatever parts were needed on top of that, so we opted to go ahead and get a new fridge for that too. 

Fast forward to Tuesday when DH got up at the crack of dawn to take a little load of things down to the new house so they can be installed for us; my desk which is huge and our water softener which goes in the garage.  Initially we had planned to put my desk in the center of the room, but once it was put together, it didn't work that way at all. It just takes too much space.  Finally he moved it up against the wall and headed back home.  About 45 minutes before he got home, one of the new hoses on the back of the new washing machine burst and I had water all over the laundry room floor again.  Anything involving water makes my husband crazy and I knew he would pop a cork.  I had asked for stainless steel hoses with the installation but our guy didn't recommend them and put the crummiest possible rubber hoses on there.  Needless to say, when they came back to fix the problem, they brought stainless steel this time.  It was an expensive few days and stressful to boot.  

So, since I get a lot of questions about my desk, I'll share the story here.  Many years ago, I worked for a large employer in Topeka, Kansas — AmVestors Financial Corporation and it's subsidiaries one of which was American Investors Life Insurance Corporation.  My boss was the Vice President of Human Resources & Administrative Services (a.k.a. anything nobody else wants to do) and I was his Executive Assistant/Company Training Coordinator.  Clayton was in charge of overseeing the construction and day to day operations of our multi-million dollar new national headquarters and he and I had our offices in a building next door to the job site.  Because the building we were in was on the State Register of Historic Places, we were required to have furniture that was in keeping with the building and it's period.  Primarily, nothing modern at all but we still needed the space to be functional.  That's where the oak desk enters the picture. With the new building would come new office furniture once we moved into it.  It was a lot of fun to work with the design firm Andre Design Associates on those day to day operations selecting everything from the color and style of paint to the color scheme for the furnishings.  The furnishings were all new Herman Miller cubicles and when we finally moved into our new offices, my boss asked if I wanted to buy my desk from the building we were in. I was thinking there was no way we could afford to buy it, but when he offered it to us for $80.00, we were all in.  For more than 20 years now, we have moved and dragged this desk with us from each of the homes we have lived in since that time.  Then and now it was an incredible buy. Another good thing is that it comes apart so that you can move pieces.  It's still incredibly heavy and there is no way to move it once it is fully assembled so a lot of pre-planning was required for this part of our move.

The only problem with this desk is that it does take quite a bit of space. When DH got it in the room and assembled, there wasn't enough space to open the drawers of the cabinets that we had built into the room.  We had also thought we were going to have to cut a hole in the hardwood floors to bring the electrical and CAT6 wiring in.  The best part of moving the desk against the wall is that we can also bring the electrical etc. in through the wall and don't have to cut a hole in the floor.  I was really not wanting to cut a hole in the hardwood floors so I was quite happy about this.

When we originally started looking at houses and floor plans, I knew I needed to have a work space and I definitely needed something that was made with my work in mind. There are so many choices available to us in paper crafting and so many tools although most are fairly moderate in size.  Several years ago, I purchased a few clearance game tables from Target that are made in a similar fashion to the Ikea Alex Drawers that we had built in to this room. The top 4 drawers are shallow and the bottom one is about twice as deep as the top one. They are sized well for 12 x 12 Scrapbook paper and accessories, or as is the case for me now, card making supplies.  At the time I got those three tables for $25.00 each. They have been moved around with us all these years and will make their final move back to Texas next week sometime if everything goes according to plan.

There's going to be a part two for this post and I'm not sure when I will have time to write it but yesterday we decided to change things up with the studio furniture at the last minute - literally.


This desk is quite large and it's easy to see why I needed the additional studio space once it is in the room.  We don't really use formal dining so converting the dining room was the easiest thing to do without changing the actual footprint of the house.  When you start moving walls or plumbing or that kind of thing, it really adds a lot of money to the cost so we were were looking for something that that would be the simplest to do.  It meant creating the cased opening between the two rooms but I really like having that sight line. Beyond the front door is the laundry which backs up to the master closet and the door that comes from the house into the the garage.  A few months ago we decided we wanted to add the French doors with the frosted glass panes and the transom window at the top.  This gives me a way to shut out the mess that happens when I am creating and the frosted glass keeps the mess unseen.  I've mentioned it before, but my creative process is highly chaotic.  I like to clean up between projects though or I can't work. 


The single window looks out to the front porch so I can see who's there.  It was originally a wall but we added a window for this specific purpose. I designed the picture window to be my primary staging area for photos. It was a little tough to find something that was in keeping with the Craftsman style of the home but we eventually managed.  My monitor and keyboard will live on the left side you see here while the rest of the desk is my work area. Blogging is a big part of my work so I have to have space for both things. In the past, because of the lack of storage, my desk housed so much stuff that I barely had a 12 x 18 inch area to work in.  You have no idea how excited I am to move into this space and have a place for everything. 


A couple of days ago, my husband mentioned that my mish-mosh of furniture was not going to look too good in our new house or really fit in with the style of the house.  Additionally, since we used the dining room space for the studio, I don't have anywhere to have one of my "Scrappy" friends to work and he knows this is really important to me.  There is an eat in area in the kitchen but I think the max it will have is a drop leaf table and two chairs.  It is very small and 99.9% of the time we sit at the breakfast bar anyway.  I started looking at my options.  I really love the stand up work stations that Carissa Wiley has but those are discontinued and I couldn't find one in white much less find two of them.  I also realized that I have a lot of trouble standing for very long so I really wanted something that was a sit down solution.  Most of the things I found were very small or else very expensive but I finally realized that Ikea was going to be my best option to find something in my budget.  And that is where I'm stopping for this particular post.

In the next post, I'll share more about my thought processes for the space planning.  We started this process 14 months ago, so I really had time to think about what I would need. 

This week we are in Texas taking care of the grands while our daughter and son-in-law are in Cancun for the week.  They really never got a honeymoon to speak of so this is sort of a romantic get away.  Unfortunately, before I could finish writing and posting this our closing got moved out to Friday.  I am on the deep end of frazzled but I have to go home tomorrow morning and finish packing my house so I can't really think about it.  I don't dare stop to think about it. 

My daughter just texted that they just finished going through US Customs and will be on the 7:30 flight from Houston to Dallas so I am going to wrap this up.  I hope you'll come back to see Part II of this post but it will be at least 2 weeks before I will have time to post anything.   

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Papertrey Ink April 2018 Blog Hop and The Card Concept # 91


Hello there! Thanks for stopping by for the April 2018 Papertrey Ink Blog Hop.  This will be my last blog post for a little while as we are getting very close to our move. I am not sure I'll have things unpacked and sorted well enough for the May Blog Hop, so I wanted to make sure I had a project for this month's hop. June should be no problem or at least I hope to be organized and back to creating by that time.

If you are here for the Keeping Christmas Blog Hop, keep scrolling down.

The photo on the left is our inspiration image for the Papertrey Blog Hop this month.  I love the fancy tea cups and they remind me of several my mother has but they also remind me of Chintz fabric.

I also noticed this morning, that my colors and florals happen to match The Card Concept Inspiration and so this card will also be entered into that challenge.  I'm on The Card Concept Design Team, but I took this term off because of how busy we are and how much travel has been required with our new house.

There is a whole lot of texture in the inspiration image and I wanted to bring some of that into my card so I chose to do a bit of inking on a panel of Linen Texture Cardstock using Hawaiian Shores Ink.  To get the effect I wanted, I ran the ink blending tool in straight lines all around the outside edge of the panel toward the center of the panel but I only went about half way with the ink leaving the center with a very light blend.  I mostly covered the center up in the end but the texture of the linen panel is definitely there.

To mimic the feel of the florals, I wanted to use something that you might find on a Chintz print, so I used the Seasonal Borders: Spring Stamps and Dies which were designed by Betsy Veldman for Papertrey Ink.  I used Betsy's technique she showed on how to stamp the repeats with this set and it was pretty easy.  In case I messed up, I wanted to have a couple of them done, but I didn't mess any of them up so I had three borders to use.  You can find Betsy's tutorial here and the YouTube video here.  It was really easy to do this with my MISTI and a little bit of painters tape to hold the negative in place.

My pink flowers were all stamped with Lovely Lady and Raspberry Fizz with Lemon Tart centers.  The Lilacs were stamped with Lilac Grace and Amethyst Allure while the foliage was stamped with New Leaf Ink.

I die cut a panel of Hawaiian Shores Cardstock for my background panel and adhered that to a top folding card base made from Stamper's Select White Cardstock.  Next, I die cut the Linen Panel with a slightly smaller Stitched Rectangle and adhered that.

For the sentiment, I wanted to use this scripture verse so I looked for a label or similar die that I could fit the whole thing onto which led me to Basic Bookmark #3.  I love all the pierced and cut out detail on this die.

I adhered that to my card base so that I could use the Seasonal Border down the side of my card.  Once I got that assembled, I decided to stack all three of them using foam tape for a unexpected bit of dimension.  I'm trying to weed through all my extra pieces of stamped and die cut elements right now in preparation for our move so rather than just using one, I used all three and I love how it turned out.


Be sure to hop along today to see all of the beautiful creations from other Papertrey Ink customers.  We look forward to this monthly event where we get to share our love of the products and support each other as card makers.  Thanks so much for stopping by.

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Cuttlebug Die Cutting Machine
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PTI Fresh Snow Linen Cardstock
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PTI Hawaiian Shores Cardstock
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PTI Perfect Match Lilac Grace Ink
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PTI Perfect Match Lovely Lady Ink
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PTI Perfect Match New Leaf Ink
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PTI Perfect Match Raspberry Fizz Ink
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PTI Seasonal Borders: Spring Dies
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PTI Vintage Cream Cardstock
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PTI Year of Psalms - February
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Versamark Ink
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April 2018 Keeping Christmas Blog Hop

Hello everyone! Thank you so much for stopping by today to check out the monthly Keeping Christmas Blog Hop that a group of us hold on the 25th of each month, January through November. This monthly hop is the brain child of Kelly Lunceford and Lesley Croghan and the members of the team are former teammates from The Challenge. Our goal is to show you how to build your stash of cards (or tags) a few at a time all through the year. We try to include all of the tips and tricks to help you get it done and to know that it is do-able so you don't get overwhelmed. Hop along and be sure to visit each blog. There is always a lot of inspiration and ideas to get your creative juices flowing!

My post today is a long one, but I have several cards and tried to keep everything very simple as far as instructions and thought processes.  Here are the other stops on the hop:


I am actually writing this post very early on (April 15th) because we are getting ready to move to another state and I have got to finish packing up my studio for the move.  In fact, I have basically opened every box that was packed at one time to get some thing or other out and use it so I really have to get it in gear and get everything packed up soon.    

I could not make up my mind today what I wanted to make so I grabbed the two products I wanted to use together and started thinking about the color combination I wanted to use.  I decided to use some deep red shimmer vellum  with some traditional Pinefeather and Vintage Cream Cardstock for a really elegant but Christmas-y look. As usual, I wanted to use Gold Foiled Cardstock for one of the elements as well.  The particular one I used today is from Die Cuts With a View (DCWV) and I've had it for a really long time.  It is foiled, rather than being mirrored cardstock which is what I like better most of the time.  Gold Mirror Cardstock is much more yellow than the Antique Gold color I prefer although I've recently been trying some of the Satin Effect Cardstocks from Tonic and I like those a lot.  I have a few of the monthly card kits from Spellbinders and they have a nice one that they often include.  It is a nice color as well but I don't know who makes it or where they are getting it.

I guess my point is that there's a lot of different options out there, so just find what you like as far as style, color and finish. It usually is more expensive  but a couple of sheets will create lots of die cuts for you. I can think of about 5 different ones I have on hand and as you may remember, I often use the gold foiled poster board from Hobby Lobby.   The one downfall to that is that you cannot "clean" it up if you get a bit of glue on it.  That's why I have others.  Gold Mirror Board or cardstock, has a very thin protective layer of plastic over the top so you can use a little alcohol swab if you get messy.  I haven't really tested this theory on any of my other gold cardstock which includes Papertrey Gold Luxe cardstock.  One cardstock that is a shimmer gold versus a foiled gold is the Gina K Designs Metallic Cardstock.  It is a very thick cardstock, but glue dries matte so it doesn't matter.  I still use Multi Medium Matte 99% of the time for dies. 

I always start by die cutting all of my elements, then scoring and folding my card bases. I used two sets of dies from Pretty Pink Posh for these cards; the Joy Shaker Die and Festive Holly Dies.  I adhered the die cut panels of the Shimmer Red Vellum to the card base and then played with a set of elements to figure out how I wanted to arrange them.  To make them easier to adhere, I put a small and a large holly leaf together with some Multi Medium Matte.  I also adhered the large red satin sequin to the tip of the Holly leaves.  I love those Satin Finish sequins.  They were in a pack with several sizes and I have no idea where I got them from by now.  It was before I started making cards seriously or blogging. I added a Bitty Bling gem in the center of each that I think came from Close to My Heart but they might have come from Stampin' Up. I also decided I wanted some backers for the Joy die cuts, so I die cut them using a die from PTI's Limitless Layers 2½ Inch Circles Die from some patterned paper that had a design done on cream with gold glitter.  I love how that decorative edge shows up behind the gold die cut.

This uses a couple of basics that I have mentioned here before in the Keeping Christmas posts.  Anytime you have to or want to create multiples of a card, use your patterned paper and dies to make quick work of this.  Just break it into stages by how many cards you are preparing to make.  In my case, I wanted to make four cards so I die cut four of each thing I was planning to use.  The Festive Holly dies have two different styles of holly so I chose which one I was planning to use.  I somehow never tire of the stitched look.

Once I got those four cards done, I had an extra set of the holly leaves on my desk, so using some other scraps, I pulled a single card together for this look.  I used a scrap of Silver Glittered Cardstock to go behind the Joy die cut (I used a plain circle die for this) the three leftover leaves for the Holly with a Red Satin Sequin and Bitty Bling.  Again, I used Vintage Cream for the card bases and put a lot of shimmer mist on the holly leaves.  I love the Iridescent Gold Shimmer Mist from Tattered Angels (a.k.a. Canvas Corp Brands) and I cannot get it at Simon's because they don't carry it.  I've asked, but so far, no go.  So I order it directly from Canvas Corporation which happens to be in a neighboring state and I get it right away.  In fact, I ordered 6 bottles (about a one year supply for me) on Saturday and it came today.  That's pretty darn quick.  The stitched rectangle of the background panel is the same cardstock as the die cut "Joy", and the pattern in the smaller background was also a scrap.  I really try to utilize my scraps but about once a year I go through them and throw out the smaller pieces.  I'll be doing that soon with our upcoming move.


As I was getting stuff put away, I thought how fun it would be to do a card in some non-traditional colors so I pulled the dies back out and cut enough pieces for an additional 4 cards.  This time I went with the more fun color of Vintage Jadeite which is my favorite Papertrey green and Hawaiian Shores for the background panel.  I was so excited to see the new stitched rectangle dies from Papertrey Ink in this month's release of Simply Stitched A2 Vertical which cuts a vertical cardbase in two passes that has the stitching detail on it.  There are several other stitched rectangle dies in the set to use for layers and that will be one die set that I plan to add in the future.

I took all of the die cut holly leaves and gave them a healthy spritz of shimmer mist and let them dry. I misted the background panels, let them dry and again die cut with a stitched rectangle die.  I created my white card bases, this time opting for a  top folding horizontal card base. Next I used a Mini Round Ink Blending Tool to go all the way around all the edges with Vintage Jadeite Ink to help define them and add that bit of dimension.  Then I glued the two Holly Leaves together and used a big hot pink gem for the berry this time around. I assembled this set of cards without the backer for the "Joy" die cut.  I also added some thinner foam tape behind the holly leaves to pop them up just a bit.


I loved using this less than traditional color scheme for my cards and all together, I have 9 more cards for my stash.  It's pretty early in the year to have so many cards made, but I do share cards with my Sisters-in-Law each year, so I need a lot of them in order to do that.


I hadn't realized before how much I love Holly leaves until I looked back through the cards in my Keeping Christmas stash and they all have Holly leaves except for the first set which has Mistletoe. The thing is, Holly is an iconic Christmas image so it works great to immediately convey that this is a Holiday Card. By using die cuts and patterned or specialty papers and not doing any stamping, you can pull your cards together by doing one thing every time you have a few minutes.

Except for the gold foiled paper, all of the cardstock came from Papertrey Ink for these cards.  For the most part, Papertrey Ink is my go to for cardstock.  Their paper is heavyweight at #110 lbs. and is very smooth and nice with a fantastic color selection. It is also the most reasonably priced cardstock out there.  I have a few cardstock colors in other brands, but pretty much only when its a color not found in Papertrey's line up.

I hope I've been able to give you some ideas for creating a few Holiday Cards for your stash.  Be sure to check out all the stops along the hop for even more inspiration and ideas.  I've linked many of the supplies I've used below for your convenience (Affiliate Links may be used).

Kokuyo Long Dot Runner Adhesive
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PPP Joy Shaker Die
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PTI - Limitless Layers 2½ Circles
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PTI Hawaiian Shores Cardstock
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PTI Perfect Match Vintage Jadeite Ink
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PTI Vintage Cream Cardstock
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PTI Vintage Jadeite Cardstock
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Ranger Multi Medium Matte
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Scotch 3M Foam Tape
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Scrapbook Adhesives Thin 3D Foam Squares
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Thursday, April 5, 2018

The Card Concept {Sweet Treats}

Hello there!  It has been a few months since I've gotten to make a card for the The Card Concept Challenge.  I took this term off from the Design Team because I am so busy with the house that we are building in another state. We've been traveling back and forth every two weeks or so since December but we are making some real progress this week.  Many of the things we've been waiting on have finally arrived and are getting put in place.  This week the wall color got painted. I have a picture, but it was taken in low light, so you can't see very well.  But you can see what this guy is working on for my studio!  That entire wall will be lined with Ikea Cabinets that are being built in.  I would have loved to do more, but it all comes down to money.

The cabinets themselves will sit on a base structure a bit higher than they are right now and the top will have some built in paper cubbies for my most used colors.  That will have a top that is white and then tempered glass will be covering the whole thing.  That will be my staging area for photos.  I am hoping I can give up my very rigged lighting system, but I just won't know until I start working in that room. Because my desk is so large (8 x 8), it will take up the rest of the space in this room which is why we converted the formal dining room into additional studio space. We're not formal dining folks anyway.  We don't entertain or anything so this room will actually get used.  This picture was taken on Monday so they will be a lot farther along when we get pictures later today.  When we started this house last year, I asked Jennifer McGuire if I could use the pictures of her "craft room" in her old house to show to my builder and she said I could.  So this bank of cabinets follows a similar design.

Anyhow, I saw the post yesterday with the inspiration image and I wanted to play along, so I grabbed my Stitching Garden Stamp and Die Set to mimic the big rose on the one cupcake.  Not all of my color follows the inspiration photo and I ended up with a very monochromatic palette with the exception of the roses, but I hope you'll enjoy it anyway.

The products I used are all from Papertrey Ink and will be linked below for your convenience.  For the leaves, I stamped the base layer in Stormy Sea and the detail layer in Ocean Tides. For the blooms, I stamped the base layer in Lovely Lady, the 2nd layer in Lavender Moon and the detail layer in Autumn Rose.  The card base is made from Ocean Tides Cardstock and the striped paper is one of the patterns in Pinefeather Bitty Big.  I cut the card base using the Noted A2 Vertical Scallop Die Set.  The sentiment is from Botanical Blocks stamped on the banner from Tag Sale Quilted using Versamark and heat embossed using Simon Says Stamp Antique Gold Embossing Powder.  The little gold leaves were leftovers from another project, but I love the special little touch they added.



Thanks for popping in today to see my card.  I'm not blogging as much as usual  with our upcoming move, but I hope you'll keep coming by.  We hope to close on our house May 1st so by June 1st, I should be back in the swing of things.  The supplies are linked below (Affiliate Links may be used).

I wanted to sneak back in here to post a picture of my cabinets all assembled. The top bins are for my White Cardstock, Pre-Cut Card bases in vertical and horizontal and all of the specialty papers I use - 3 types of watercolor paper, X-Press-It Blending Card.




Cuttlebug Die Cutting Machine
Cuttlebug Die Cutting Machine
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Kokuyo Long Dot Runner Adhesive Refill
Kokuyo Long Dot Runner Adhesive Refill
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MISTI Stamping Tool
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PTI Botanical Blocks Stamp Set
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PTI Ocean Tides Cardstock
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PTI Perfect Match Lavender Moon Ink
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PTI Perfect Match Lovely Lady Ink
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PTI Perfect Match Ocean Tides Ink
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PTI Perfect Match Stormy Sea Ink
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PTI Pinefeather Bitty Big
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PTI Stamper's Select White Cardstock
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PTI Stitching Garden Dies
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PTI Stitching Garden Stamp Set
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PTI Tag Sale: Quilted
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Ranger Multi Medium Matte
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Scrapbook Adhesives Thin 3D Foam Squares
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SSS Antique Gold Embossing Powder
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Teflon Bone Folder
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Tonic 6 Inch Personal Trimmer
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Tonic Aqua Shimmer Pen
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Versamark Ink
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Wagner Heat Tool
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