The Studio In Stitches Challenge

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Morning, friends!  Just popping back in today with our third and final, July challenge in The Studio.  Be it hand, machine, and/or faux... We're looking for stitching on this week's page.  I did some hand and machine-stitching on my layout, which was further inspired by a mix of a variety of different Citrus Twist packages over the months.  I just love how the old and new co-mingled effortlessly for my take.  Enjoy!
I started this page by inking Broken China Distress Ink, through a heart stencil, onto the pink, Washi, patterned, paper, base page.  I then splattered it with watered-down Broken China Distress Ink; Cherry Glimmer Mist; and Sunshine Yellow, Pure Black, and Titanium White acrylic paints.  Once everything was dry, I used teal embroidery floss to hand-stitch around the edges of my inked hearts and machine-stitching to secure a quartet of prints behind my photo, which was matted with white cardstock and backed with a simple tag, laced with white string, tied in a bow.
A "WHATEVER YOU DO, MAKE SURE IT MAKES YOU HAPPY" die cut was tucked between those stitched prints; and a "3" die cut was popped up, with foam tape, just above it.  Tip: If the color of your die-cut doesn't match the rest of your design (Mine had a bright blue "3" on it.), ink over it with a darker, coordinating color.  In my case, black ink did the trick.
Just to the left of my photo, I tucked a repeated, "LOVE" cut-apart, as well as a journaling card and vertical, "happy" die cut.  My journaling reads, When I took this photo, as you waited for the mailman nearly 5 yrs. ago now, I remember thinking how lucky I was to have this bold, independent, beautiful daughter to call my own.  I love you; & no matter where life takes you, that fact will never change.  I hope you NEVER forget it.
A "HELLO, Sunshine" cut-apart was then stapled to the bottom right of the journaling card...
and a yellow label, stamped, in Jet Black ink, with the "REMEMBER THIS SEP 21 2012" date, as well as a "LISTEN TO YOUR HEART" phrase sticker, above it.
An acetate "9", to represent the month my photo was taken, was stapled to the top left of the "LOVE" cut-apart...
and the "all smiles", foam, phrase Thicker title above it.  A hand-cut butterfly...
 
as well as lots of gold foil, die-cut and cork hearts, a number of which were popped up with foam tape, completes he look.
Further inspiration for this page came from Citrus Twist's July 9th Sunday Sketch.
You have until Sunday, August 13, 2017, to link up your takes, on this In Stitches Challenge and/or our previous, July No People Challenge and/or Scraplift Challenge, in the right-hand column of The Studio blog.  Be sure to stop by the challenge link above to see how the rest of the team was inspired.  Thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a blessed week, y'all!

{Supplies & Tools}
Stamps: date (Dear Lizzy) Paper: white (Paper Studio); pink Washi, pink polka dot, yellow floral, & butterfly (Maggie Holmes); "LOVE", "HELLO, Sunshine", kitten, & teal triangles (Crate Paper) Ink: Broken China Distress Ink & Jet Black (Ranger); Black PITT artist pen (Faber Castell) Other: gold thread (Coats & Clark); sewing machine (Janome); foam tape (Scrapbook Adhesives); heart stencil (Heidi Swapp); Cherry Glimmer Mist (Tattered Angels); Sunshine Yellow acrylic paint (Anita's); Pure Black & Titanium White acrylic paints (FolkArt); white string (Hobby Lobby); embroidery floss (DMC); Wild foam phrase Thickers (American Crafts); journaling card, yellow polka dot & pink gingham hearts, yellow label, "3" die cut, & tag (Citrus Twist); gold foil cork hearts (Freckled Fawn); Tiny Text phrase sticker (Cosmo Cricket); pink polka dot & gold foil stripe hearts & gold foil "happy" die cut (Bella Blvd.); acetate "9" (Pink Paislee); Staple Board & staples (We R Memory Keepers)

For the Love of Books

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Hey, y'all, and welcome to the weekend!  I'm just stopping back in, as promised, with this month's For the Love of Books post.  Kansas has been stirring us up some powerful storms lately.  Matter of fact, we had no electricity for most of last weekend.  Fortunately, especially because it was super, stinkin' hot and humid outside, we were able to find a cool place to make a temporary home to our four-legged family members.  Then, we spent the bulk of the weekend out and about, anywhere but home.

During all this crazy, I came to the realization that I truly love the excitement the variety of seasonal weather patterns brings to my neck of the woods, which, aside from the fact that I'm seriously missing a pretty special friend who recently moved away, is one of the reasons that I've chosen the book that I want to share, with you all, today.  It was written for children ages five to seven; and according to children's literature expert Gillian Engberg, "is a tender, year-round reminder of the sustaining power of friendship."
Waddles, written and illustrated by David McPhail, is a story about its namesake, Waddles, a raccoon that waddled from eating too much.  While Waddles and his best friend, Emily, a kind-hearted duck, have their differences, they spend most of their time together.  In spring, when Emily laid her eggs, Waddles brought her all her meals and even kept her eggs warm and protected, while she went for a swim.  He was the the first to meet all five of Emily's ducklings once they hatched and visited them daily all summer long.  He didn't know what to do with himself when the fall frost arrived, and Emily and her family flew south.  The winter was lonely and long; but when spring finally arrived again, it "brought Waddles' best friends with it.  Once again, snacks tasted sweet; and life in the park was as it should be.  Waddles felt very full."

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Through rain or shine, good weather and bad, here's wishing each and every one of you are blessed enough to have a loyal friend like Waddles.  Happy reading, friends!

Friday Faves

Friday, July 28, 2017

It's hard for me to believe such; but today, at least for another hour or so, is officially the last Friday in July, which means I've got my list of things that, for one reason or another, caught my attention throughout the course of the month to share with you all.  I LOVE bees and couldn't resist kicking things off with this darling, Build-A-Bee stamp set from Honey Bee Stamps.  All those little faces and different body options and angles are perfect for any occasion.
As if those sweet images weren't enough, check out their Busy Bees stamp set.  I just love the scene-building potential of those flowers and flight trails.
I promise that I'll move on from Honey Bee Stamps after these Bee-You-Tiful Sentiments, but they coordinated too perfectly not to include them here.  Okay, I think that will suffice to get me off my bee kick for a bit.  Tee hee!
So, let's move on to 1 Canoe 2's Creekside 12"x12" Paper Pad with Foil Accents.  These natural prints totally make me miss my Colorado home.  Sigh.  And I just adore the color variation of soft pinks and aquas to bold reds and navies.
Their coordinating, botanical and camping-themed Creekside Ephemera is especially scrumptious.  Adventure awaits, my friends!
Finally, I've been looking high and low for a small cabinet to house all our everyday, school curriculum and books and can't seem to find anything that fits the bill more perfectly than Target's 2-Door Windham Accent Cabinet.  I love those glass doors, and they've got enough color options to satisfy just about any personality.
That does it, for this month, folks!  I'll be back tomorrow with this month's For the Love of Books post and the following day with our third and final, July challenge from The Studio.  Until then, thanks, as always, for stopping by!  Have a truly remarkable weekend, friends!  XOXO

Pretty Little Studio: Hello Sweet Summer

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Evening, y'all!  Just popping in a little later than usual to share a layout that's up on the Pretty Little Studio blog today.  We're getting ready to head back to school soon; but before we do, I wanted to get these photos of all three of my kiddos, just after school got out last year, onto a page.  I'm feeling a little nostalgic about these precious moments, as they seem to be slipping through my fingers much faster than I'd ever dream.  Getting everyone to peacefully coexist hasn't been so easy this summer.  Unfortunately, I'm heading into a new school year feeling drained rather than refreshed; but Heather's new Beautiful Day Collection made the creation of this page a breeze.  I just love the way completing something creative can make a body feel so rejuvenated.
I started this page by adding aqua, red, and green, watercolor puddles and splatters to the 12" x 12" watercolor paper, base page.  I then used Creative Scrappers' Burst of Sunshine cut file to sketch the sunshine over them and Post-It Notes to mask it off for rubbing Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink in just the right places to bring that sunshine to life.  Everything was then splattered once again, but this time with watered-down Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink and Pure Black and Titanium White acrylic paints.  That set the stage for my photos, which were matted with white cardstock; backed with a bit of cheesecloth for texture; and adhered over a happy mix of hand-cut, from papers in the Beautiful Day 6x8 Paper Pack, and stamped, in Jet Black ink, triangles, not to mention a trio of extra Beautiful Day prints, anchored with white-threaded, straight, machine stitching.  A Happy Ticket, laced with white string, tied in a bow, as well as a Perfect Day Cut-Apart and partial Colorful Bloom, was tucked under the right side of my photos.  Another Colorful Bloom, popped up with foam tape; My Life Flair Button; and second Happy Ticket, etched with, School's out 4 summer!  Woot!, rounds out the cluster.
A Laura Tab, marked with the May 2016 date and secured with a simple staple, tops the design.
The "hello sweet SUMMER" title was created from a Beautiful Day Acrylic Word, foam phrase Thicker, and Polka ABC Die Cuts and grounded with my journaling, which reads, I just love to see you getting along, playing together, and enjoying one another's company.  What a precious memory for this Mommy.
A "favorite moment" A Great Day Flag Sticker completes the look.
Further inspiration for this page came from Colorful Creations' July 15th Challenge.
 
Thanks so much for humbling me with a visit!  Have a wonderful rest of your week, friends!

{Supplies & Tools}
Stamps: Just Geometrics: Triangles (Wplus9) Paper: white (Paper Studio); watercolor (Master's Touch); Beautiful Day: 6x8 Paper Pack (PLS) Ink: Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink & Jet Black (Ranger); Black PITT artist pen (Faber Castell) Other: white thread (Coats & Clark); sewing machine (Janome); foam tape (Scrapbook Adhesives); watercolors (Kuretake); Pure Black & Titanium White acrylic paints (FolkArt); Burst of Sunshine cut file (Creative Scrappers); Staple Board & staple (We R Memory Keepers); white string (Hobby Lobby); cheesecloth (Dritz); Skyler foam phrase Thicker (American Crafts); Beautiful Day: My Life Flair Button, A Great Day Flag Sticker, Beautiful Day Acrylic Word, Laura Tab, Colorful Blooms Die Cuts, Perfect Day Cut-Apart, & Happy Tickets & Dream Big: Polka ABC Die Cuts (PLS)

Pretty Little Studio: Ada Rose

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Morning, friends!  I trust you're all having a great week.  Ours has been super busy, which for the time, is a good thing; as it distracts us from some of the daily disappointments we've been facing.  But on top of the busyness, my hubby's Jeep broke down again.  Ugh!  Fortunately, for our pocketbook, he's able to fix it himself this time.  However, we still have to wait for the parts to arrive; and being down one vehicle always makes it difficult to ensure everyone is where they need to be at the right time.  We're making do; but getting time to steal away and play with my Pretty Little Studio goodies, in the evenings, always helps drown away the sorrow.  A little of this "me" time recently resulted in a soft, sweet page of my niece with her mom and dad.  It's up on the Pretty Little Studio blog today; and I'd like to share it here, too.  Enjoy!
I started this page by scraping a foundation of white gesso across the textured, white, cardstock, base page with an old gift card.  Once it was dry, I used that same applicator to scrape both Ballet Pink acrylic paint and a hand-formulated, aqua acrylic paint behind where my photos, which were matted with white cardstock, would lie.  I then splattered over everything with those same acrylic paints, as well as Pure Black and Titanium White acrylic paints, before securing a number of prints, from a variety of different collections, with gold-threaded, straight, machine stitches, behind where my make-shift grid would lie.  A "BEAUTY" So Lovely Bingo card, overlaid with a sheet of clear cardstock and stuffed with flowers from the Polka Dots Die Cuts package, hearts from the Walk in the Park Die Cuts package, as well as Snowcone, Clear Skies, Seaspray, and gold, star sequins, all secured inside a little pocket with gold-threaded, straight, machine stitching, grounds the bottom left corner.
Just to the right of the photo of my niece, I popped that precious Honey Vintage Die Cut up with foam tape.
Behind Honey lies a Sprinkles Bookmark; Happy Ticket; couple of Walk in the Park Die Cut branches; duo of Peonies and Love You Stickers, backed with white cardstock, hand-cut out, and popped up with foam tape; and lots of gorgeous, gold foil, transparency shapes from Freckled Fawn.
A Butterfly Bush Sticker, backed with white cardstock and hand-cut out, crowns the bear...
 
and a "you are awesome" Walk in the Park Die Cut, laced with white string, tied in a bow, and popped up with foam tape...
 
turns our attention to the family photo, which was backed with a folded sheet of Light Blue Latitude Vellum; anchored with a "this makes me smile" A Great Day Flag Sticker, backed with white cardstock and popped up with foam tape; and finished off with a Laura Tab, stapled in place and filled in with a "new life" Baby Words Sticker.
Polka Dot Die Cuts to spell my niece's name, "ADA ROSE", creates the title; and both a "lovely" Acrylic Word and fabric, glitter star complete the look.
I know that I haven't been posting outside my Design Team duties or even been around to visiting much lately, but school will be starting up again soon; and once we get back into a routine, hopefully, I'll have a little more time to myself once again.  Until then, thanks for hanging in there with me and always for visiting!  XOXO

Paper: textured white (Bazzill); white (Paper Studio); clear (unknown); Let's Go: Lt. Blue Latitude Vellum 8x8; With All My Heart: Mint Adore You 8x8 & Gold Metallic Loving You 8x8; Dream Big: Stay Awesome 8x8; Beautiful Day: 6x8 Paper Pack (PLS) Other: gesso (O'Leary Paint); Paradise & Green Tea acrylic paints (Delta Creative); Ballet Pink, Pure Black, & Titanium White acrylic paints (FolkArt); white string (Hobby Lobby); Staple Board & staple (We R Memory Keepers); foam tape (Scrapbook Adhesives); gold foil transparency shapes & fabric glitter star (Freckled Fawn); gold star sequins (Pretty Pink Posh); Beautiful Day: A Great Day Flag Sticker, Happy Ticket, Acrylic Word, So Lovely Bingo, Walk in the Park Die Cuts, Laura Tab, Sprinkles Bookmark, Snowcone Sequins, & Clear Skies Sequins; Summer Vibes: Seaspray Sequins; Baby Claire & Baby Jack: Baby Words Sticker; Marigold: Butterfly Bush Sticker; Dream Big: Polka Dot Die Cuts; With All My Heart: Love You Sticker & Peonies Sticker; & Honey Vintage Die Cut (PLS)

The Studio No People Challenge

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Morning, y'all!  Just popping in with our second, July challenge in The Studio.  We'd like to see pages with photo(s) possessing no people.  As soon as I saw this challenge, I immediately knew just the photo that I wanted to scrap.  It's a photo of my workbook and Bible from a study I did at our last church.  It wasn't until I was putting together the final, finishing touches, however, that I realized there was a person on the cover of that workbook.  There wasn't time to start over, so I went with it.  All of the goodies you see here came from my July "#rightnow" Citrus Twist kit.  I absolutely adore all those scrumptious, Bella Blvd. Make Your Mark die cuts!
I started this page by adding a few pink, aqua, and green watercolor puddles and splatters to a 12" x 12" piece of watercolor paper.  I then used a honeycomb stencil to rub Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink over the puddles and splattered everything once again, but this time with Pure Black and Titanium White acrylic paints.  Once it was dry, I secured a trio of prints, with gold-threaded, straight, machine stitches, over the bulk of the mixed media and topped them with my photo, which was matted with white cardstock.  The photo itself was also backed with a snippet of cheesecloth; wrapped with a length of Baker's Twine, tied in a bow; embellished with a single, striped, arrow die cut; and popped up with foam tape.
A number of floral die cuts, as well as a cut-apart, pink, polka dot ticket and "ESSENTIAL" tab, dress up the photo's bottom left corner...
and a couple of additional, floral die cuts, along with a wood veneer "true", the top left.
 
"Today I choose Joy" and "SHINE ON" die cuts, popped up with foam tape, crown the design...
and a "DO WHATEVER SCARES YOU" die cut, which was also popped up with foam tape, grounds it.
A couple of extra, phrase die cuts, in combination with a "SET YOUR SOUL ON FIRE" cut-apart, number of wood veneer stars, and lots of journaling, completes the look.  The journaling reads,
I’ve never enjoyed hanging out with groups of women.  Matter of fact, they terrify me.  Maybe it’s because I grew up in a house full of estrogen.  Maybe it’s because I feel that women have unapologetically hurt me, or maybe I just wasn’t wired quite like the rest.  Whatever it may be, aside from the fact that I’ve never enjoyed a number of the activities that the general population typically associates with women, it has always led me to avoid group activities of the female sort at all costs.  As one may imagine, this wiring makes people question me; and many of the women in my life have treated me as though I chose to be like this and could do something about it.  Believing that something was wrong with me, I stepped out on a limb and signed up for a women’s Bible study.  I was open and honest and truly felt as though I brought something to the table; but while my hesitation about women was further deepened by the happy facades and lack of sincerity I found, I took away something so much greater.  I deepened my walk with the Lord, fell in love with His Word, and learned that absolutely nothing is wrong with me.  I’m made by and for Him.  He doesn’t make mistakes and loves me exactly the way I am.  
Tip: Pencil in a vertical, left-hand, boundary line to ensure that your journaling lines up from the top all the way to the bottom of the page.  It erases easily once you're done etching out your thoughts.
Further inspiration for this page came from Citrus Twist's July 26th Sunday Sketch, which I'll post here just as soon as it has been made available online.
You have until Sunday, August 13, 2017, to link up your takes, on this No People Challenge and/or our previous Scraplift Challenge, in the right-hand column of The Studio blog; and we'll be back with one final, July Challenge on the 30th.  Be sure to stop by the challenge link above to see how the rest of the team was inspired.  Thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a blessed week, y'all! 

{Supplies & Tools}
Paper: white (Paper Studio); watercolor (Master's Touch); aqua map (Fancy Pants); multicolored triangle (Photo Play); orange medallion (KaiserCraft) Ink: Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink (Ranger); Black PITT artist pen (Faber Castell) Other: gold thread (Coats & Clark); sewing machine (Janome); foam tape (Scrapbook Adhesives); Baker's Twine (Clean Country Paper Supplies); honeycomb stencil (Jenni Bowlin); cheesecloth (Dritz); watercolors (Kuretake); Pure Black & Titanium White acrylic paints (FolkArt); floral, "Today I choose Joy", "SHINE ON", "DO WHATEVER SCARES YOU", "EXPLORE", "gratitude", & striped arrow die cuts (Bella Blvd.); wood veneer "true" & stars & "SET YOUR SOUL ON FIRE", pink polka dot ticket, & "ESSENTIAL" tab cut-aparts (Citrus Twist)

Poppystamps: Life Is Full of Magic

Friday, July 14, 2017

Morning, y'all!  I've got a little number, using some new goodies from the latest 2017 Holiday Release, up on the Poppystamps blog today and wanted to share it here as well.  My thought process behind this card was to make it look as though the largest of the new Jar Collection craft dies were used to collect treasures from a child's garden hunt.
I started this card by stamping a 3-1/2" x 4-3/4" piece of watercolor paper, in Tumbled Glass, Broken China, Faded Jeans, Spun Sugar, Tattered Rose, Barn Door, and Peeled Paint Distress Inks, with images from Birch Press Design's Watercolor Wildflowers stamp set.  Y'all, I just can't get enough of these gorgeous blooms.  Swoon!  I then spritzed everything with water just to fade the flowers into the background before splattering over them with watered-down Tumbled Glass and Barn Door Distress Inks, as well as Pure Black and Titanium White acrylic paints.
Once everything was dry, I stamped the "LIFE IS FULL OF magic" sentiment, from a sweet, little, new, Believe in Magic stamp set, in Jet Black ink, along the vertical left edge of the prepped piece before framing it with Pool Party cardstock and white-threaded, straight, machine stitching.
The jar itself was then die-cut from clear cardstock and filled with a Tomei Branch, die-cut from Always Artichoke cardstock; Pine Twig, die-cut from Garden Green cardstock; Ragged Daisy, die-cut from Lucky Limeade, Daffodil Delight, and white cardstocks; and the new Sugarplum Faerie, die-cut from watercolor paper.
The fairy was also painted with watercolors; and a simple button, not to mention a snippet of cheesecloth, fills the jar completely.
To secure the jar to the prepped piece without showing any adhesive, I also partially die-cut and partially hand-cut it from Going Gray and Soft Suede cardstocks to create the foundation of dirt and the lid.  It was not adhered in any other places other than the top and bottom bits.  The lid was also wrapped with a length of Baker's Twine, tied in a bow; and a die-cut, from Riding Hood Red cardstock, Stitched Butterfly, which was embellished with a single pearl and lots of Clear Wink of Stella for shimmer and shine, completes the look.
Thanks, once again, for stopping by, friends!  Be blessed!

{Supplies & Tools}
Stamps: Believe in Magic (Poppystamps); Watercolor Wildflowers (Birch Press) Paper: white (Recollections); Pool Party, Soft Suede, Going Gray, Always Artichoke, Garden Green, Lucky Limeade, Daffodil Delight, & Riding Hood Red (SU!); clear (unknown); watercolor (Canson Studio) Ink: Tumbled Glass, Broken China, Faded Jeans, Spun Sugar, Tattered Rose, Barn Door, & Peeled Paint Distress Inks & Jet Black (Ranger) Other: white thread (Coats & Clark); sewing machine (Janome); foam tape (Scrapbook Adhesives); watercolors (Kuretake); Pure Black & Titanium White acrylic paints (FolkArt); button (Buttons Galore & More); Clear Wink of Stella (Zig); cheesecloth (Dritz); Baker's Twine (Clean Country Paper Supplies); pearl (Paper Studio); Big Shot (Sizzix); Stitched Butterfly Trio, Tomei Branch, Pine Twig, Ragged Daisy, Jar Collection, & Sugarplum Faerie craft dies (Poppystamps)

PLS Pinterest Inspired: Shine Bright

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Morning, y'all!  Just popping in to share a sweet page that's up on the Pretty Little Studio blog today.  I was inspired by the new Dream Big Collection, not to mention all the scrumptious angles in the Pinterest photo below, to pull a couple photos of Adina during her swimming class five years ago now, as well as to use Creative Scrappers' Five Pieces Background cut file.  Enjoy!
I started this page by using said cut file to cut a handful of yummy, different, Dream Big prints and anchored them all, to a textured, white, cardstock, base page, with bright-pink-threaded, straight, machine stitches, leaving a 1" margin around their edges.  I then applied a small amount of gesso behind where my photos, which were matted with white cardstock, would lie and topped it with lots of yellow, pink, and aqua, watercolor puddles and splatters.  After stamping several waves and water splashes in Melon Mambo ink, I splattered the entire page once again, but this time with Pure Black and Titanium White acrylic paints.  Four of the My Darling Frames, two of which were secured with a couple of simple staples...
in combination with a Beautiful Bookmark Journaling Card and snippet of cheesecloth, back my photos, the smaller of which was popped up with foam tape...
and a My Darling Die-Cut scallop, as well as the "shine bright" So Sweet Word Die Cut title, ground them.
A trio of Day Dream Die-Cut clouds, two of which were popped up with more foam tape, top the design and give that sweet, little, Spring Fling Animal Die-Cut duck a jumping off point...
and the Beautiful Bookmark Journaling Cards butterfly, not to mention a "the best smile" So Sweet Die Cut, a landing spot.
A "so sweet" My Darling Frame + Die Cuts circle, as well as an "ENJOYING OUR LIFE" Adore You Cut-Apart Word Flag, anchored with a simple button, laced with white string, completes the look.
Further inspiration for this page came from Colorful Creations' July 1st Challenge...
and here's that Pinterest photo that inspired it all.
 
Thanks, as always, for stopping by!  Have a terrific Tuesday, friends!

{Supplies & Tools}
Stamps: Whale Hello (Avery Elle) Paper: white (Paper Studio); textured white (Bazzill); Dream Big: Be Kind 8x8, Dream Big 8x8, So Sweet 8x8, Pink Make It Happen 8x8, & Perfect Dream 8x8 (PLS) Ink: Melon Mambo (SU!) Other: bright pink thread (Coats & Clark); sewing machine (Janome); foam tape (Scrapbook Adhesives); white string (Hobby Lobby); gesso (O'Leary Paints); watercolors (Kuretake); Pure Black & Titanium White acrylic paints (FolkArt); Five Pieces Background cut file (Creative Scrappers); Cameo (Silhouette); cheesecloth (Dritz); Staple Board & staples (We R Memory Keepers); button (Buttons Galore & More); Dream Big: Beautiful Bookmark Journaling Cards, So Sweet Word Die Cuts, My Darling Frames + Die Cuts, Spring Fling Animal Die Cuts, & Day Dream Die Cuts & With All My Heart: Adore You Cut-Apart Word Flag (PLS)