Thursday, December 20, 2012

Time for a Tuesday Trigger Inspired Page

In all this hectic holiday madness, I made time for this weeks Tuesday Trigger over at Moxie Fab World.  It is called Sweet Dreams and the inspiration photo is below.  As per my usual, I scrapped a page instead of making a card.  I love the use of white in this room to slow down the eye and make all the patterned goodness and color pop.  And what about that pop of cranberry rug?
Supplies Used
The Robin's Nest Daisy Stripe Stamp (Floral Die cut background)
K & Company Addison Paper (gingham back ground)
White Card Stock
Butterfly Die Cut (Kit from Scrapbooking Rewards Credit Card)
Cricut CTMH Artist and From My Kitchen Cartridges (Title)
Cranberry Card stock
Pom Pom Trim
Flower bling

Monday, December 17, 2012

DT Member at The Robin's Nest Again!

I am so excited to announce that I made the Design Team at The Robin's Nest again!  This year they are breaking it up into special design teams and I am part of the Scrap booking Layout team.  Below are the other DT members.  The page above it made with The Robin's Nest Dew Drops and Black Distressed Stripe paper.  The circular swirl is cut with the Cricut George and Joy's of the Season Cartridges.  I love the beautiful papers at The Robin's Nest!

Terri Sproul - our Team Leader

Terri Sproul is the force behind a fun paint called “Terri Sproul Mixers” from Sakura Hobby Craft and of a DVD called "MasquePen Magic" to see more of her video check out her Youtube Channel at and a Tuesday Night Live stream.
She is a diverse and experienced designer, design team leader  and instructor for multiple companies in the paper craft world including “ Robin Nest” “Creative Paperclay®”, “Sakura Hobby Craft” and Amazing Mold Putty ” to name a few.  Terri and her husband Marc have the pleasure of living in San Diego County On top Of Palomar Mountain. She has received a Bachelor of Scrapbooking Arts from Creating Keepsakes and Bachelor of Scrapbooking Education from EK Success. Terri’s passion is teaching fellow Scrapbooker’s and Stamper’s new techniques and to think ‘out of the box’ and ‘off the Page.’ Visit her website and blog to see all the exciting stuff she does at – link to blog is also there.  

This team will be posting on Mondays

Hello! My name is Juraci, formed'm in advertising, do i have wonderful
children and a grandson who is my passion. I live in Ribeirão Preto São
Paulo where they encounter some difficulty buying material for scrap. I do my
shopping on the internet and I'm anxiously awaiting the arrival of the
couriers. I have great interest in the arts. In 2008 he painted screens and
scrapbooking when I met it was love at first sight. I left the paint and
handed me the papers. Love photography which brings me great inspiration. My
favorite blog is my little corner where I made several friendships and
love having visitors.
Danielle May:  I live with my husband, and three furbabies on acreage just outside of Casino part of the beautiful Northern Rivers of New South Wales, Australia. Since 2009 I have been a stay at home wife and more recently I have become a part-time carer to my aging parents (my mother has Alzheimer's) and they now live with us.
When I discovered the world of papercrafts about 10 years ago I immediately knew it was a hobby for me. There isn't a day that goes by that I do not spend time in my craft room. I am card making ATC's, passionate about Stamping (a huge fan of Red Rubber) and I dabble in scrapbooking.
The most wonderful thing I have found about sharing my passion for papercrafts and blogging is the wonderful people you meet along the way.

I'm Marilia, mother of Gabriel and Marina, married to Peter.  I am an extremely passionate about life and people, adorooo life stories.  I'm electric, anxious in the extreme and I talk too much!
  I live in a town called Paraisópolis, located in southern Minas Gerais, where the fresh airand nature are present in my daily life I am a woman who likes simple things!
I love dogs, full house and be around people that make me happy.
I've always done crafts from menina.Sei ... do a bit of everything!
I found the comment to three years and it was love at first sight!
The wealth of materials associated with our memories and our stories have made the comment my favorite hobby. Ja made ​​mini albums, I'm crazy about recycling! The idea of transforming what was going to waste on something different and beautiful ... fascinates me.
I have seen my LOs evolve and still have a long way to go, but I think the magic is right there.
I live a different life, I live in a town with my son and my husband and my daughter in another.
Every week there are people who stay and people go!
The comment is a way to relax that became a passion.
I only brought good things ... wonderful friends! "

Hi! I'm Genevive Badilla - Rulona, a Filipino based in Singapore, wife to my very supportive and loving husband Benjo Rulona, and mom of two adorable boys Rujim and Miguel.  I am a teacher by profession but motherhood and scrapbooking changed my career plans. I am now a busy stay-at-home-mom, maintaining an online craft store.

This Team will post a project on Sundays

Brenda Lee Henkel Burfeind
I have been scrapbooking and card making for about 16 years.  I am married, have three children and three grandchildren.  I love creating with different mediums and am so blessed to have been chosen for the Robin's Nest Design Team.  I have been dabbling in Altered Art for a couple of years, starting with the Creative Paperclay® DT I was on and truly enjoy the projects I have made.  Joining the Robin's Nest DT was one of my goals as the products are fabulous.  I will be able to think outside the box more and with the great products Robin's Nest has to offer that won't be a problem at all.  So I hope you join me and my fellow DT members and come back and check often.  I know there will be something for everyone.  You can also find me at my blog 

Jamie had her first scrapbook in elementary school even though it didn't have any designs to it, just important papers adhered to paper in a book titled "scrapbook." Real scrapbooking began about 13 years ago and has since evolved and progressed and is a continually growing and evolving experience for her. She began cardmaking about a year ago and loves trying to delve into altered items as well. She is a mother of two boys, 18 and 11, and been married for 13 years now. She loves crafts as well as reading in her free time. During the school year she is a substitute teacher who colors with her copic markers in her free time at work. She feels so lucky to have been selected for this wonderful design team. 
Tanya Wilson

Who knew my love of those little dew drops would one day land me on the Robin's Nest design team which I'm so excited to be a part of!!! At the moment I work full-time at a major insurance company. I have the most wonderful boyfriend, Greg, who is very supportive of my creative habit and one son, Zach, who is 23 years old and engaged. Also I’m also “owned” by eight cats…all outside I might add.

Ever since I was old enough to hold a crayon, I have been creating. I have won various awards for drawing, from elementary school and into college. I currently am on the Crafty Card Gallery DT and I previous designed for the Vintage Heartfelt Designs DT.

I discovered scrapbooking 15 years ago which evolved into paper crafts which lead to altering/up cycling found objects. I love to learn and share ideas with people. I have met a wide assortment of folks through doing swaps like Papercrafts Magazine, Swap-bot, Facebook, and through different individuals’ blogs. My style is shabby chic with vintage and a little bit of whimsy thrown in for good measure.

Sherri Welser is owner of~ IndigoEarth~ Artisan Studio and Wild Heart Art  in Upstate NY and enjoys creating unique artisan jewelry and mixed media. She recently has had her jewelry pieces featured in Bead Trends Magazine March and May 2012 issues  as well as being featured in  upcoming issues of Bead Trends(August and October 2012). She has been a Guest designer for Art Glitter Institute this past spring and is currently on the Connie Crystal Design team. She offers workshops  and enjoys sharing her knowledge and creative energy with others !
Our Layout Team 
This team will post on  Wednesday and Saturdays
 Michelle Hodges

I live in South Texas.  My husband and I have a seven year old daughter.  I’m a SAHM and I help with various volunteer work at our daughters school.  When I’m not scrapping I enjoy spending time with family, being outdoors, Church activities, and traveling.  I started scrap booking twelve years ago and started spending more time scrap booking 7 year ago!  My scrap booking style is shabby-chic, artsy, simple with clean lines and some vintage. I love adding layers and details to my projects!  When I’m not creating LO’s, tags, and cards I love to alter items, and create Mixed Media projects!
Wendy Cuskey   

I am a wife of 22 years and a mother of two boys (8) and (15) and a teacup yorkie (1 year). I am a paralegal by day and an obsessive scrap booker every other minute (and lets just be honest . . . sometimes I find ways to sneak scrapbook projects into my paralegal job). Fortunately, I have an awesome boss who puts up with me and even seems to like me. I live in Aliso Viejo (So. Orange County, in Southern California) and love it here. I am so excited to again be a part of this creative group! My style tends to lean towards inky, grungy, vintage . . . but then add glitter. I can’t wait to dive-in and create some fun new Robin’s Nest projects.

Clare Dempsey 

I am the eighth of eleven children, seven girls and four boys.  My husband and I have been happily married for 19 years and have two boys.   I have an Associates degree in fashion design, a bachelors degree in Apparel Design and Aesthetics and a Masters degree in Family and Consumer Economics.

  After graduating, I worked for several apparel manufacturers in the Chicago area for short periods, as manufacturing continued to move overseas.  Most of my experience is in retail  apparel product development.  There I helped develop and implement a computer aided design/spreadsheet software program that is used in apparel product development.
I am currently a stay at home mom who is passionate about using my Cricut and sewing machines.  I started a non-profit scrap booking guild with some friends and we meet monthly to scrapbook and do a little charity work.  I have two stores on Etsy where I sell dust covers for all types of electronic cutters, you can find them here: and 
I have scrap booked for 13 years, I sew, and do a little bit of all types of crafts.  I enjoy blogging, cut files, scrapbook pages, and learning new techniques.  I love glitter and bling and making my own embellishments for less!
Our CARD Team:
This Team will post their projects on Tuesday and Thursday

My name is Barbara Rankin, and I am so excited to be a part of the Robin's Nest Design Team. I have been a crafter since early childhood... always making things.  After pursuing many different artistic endeavors, such as sewing, needlework, and Pergamano (embossing on parchment), I found my way into rubber stamping and graduated into becoming a self-taught, mixed-media artist.  I have taught classes at my local scrapbook store, as well as teaching the members of my local stamp club.  I have also been a guest instructor at another out-of-state stamp club on several occasions.  I love making cards, tags, ATCs (Artist Trading Cards), as well as making and altering books and mini albums. My style is usually vintage or shabby chic, with a sprinkling of steampunk whenever possible.  I have been published in Altered Arts Magazine, as well as in a book "Make it in Minutes: Mini Books". I was also recently published in the Just Steampunk Volume II magazine.  I have a wonderful, supportive husband of thirty years, and my two cute little Yorkie fur babies, Chloe and Zoe.

Where most people have a dining room, my house hosts an art room.  Aside from the kitchen, it is the most used common area of our home and open to anyone: kids, friends and adults alike.  I'm a stay at home mom who juggles coaching, volunteering (here/there/and everywhere), and taking care of home-family-community along with ink, paper, scissors, and rhinestones.  Mind you, I'm very careful when I juggle scissors!  I've been told  that "whimsy" or "silly" must be my middle name. (Boy, I thought everyone already knew it was Mercedes!?)  But, who wants to grow up dull and boring? While I enjoy flitttering here and there among various crafting companies, I am glad to have landed in the Robin's Nest and look forward to new adventures with this team!  Try to keep up with me on my blog:  "Sunnyside Up."
Camille Short
Camille and her husband Gene have lived in Sahuarita, Arizona, since 2006 – but are originally from the Thumb of Michigan.  Camille has been Scrappin’ since 2005. She enjoys making cards most oft . . . but also dabs in scrapbook layouts, mini-albums, globe frames, and paper-crafted gifts and home décor items. Next to scrappin’, Camille enjoys train excursions and the many sites of Southeastern Arizona.  A retired educator, Camille, shares her loves of teaching and paper crafting with classes at AZ Scrap booking in Green Valley, Arizona.  In addition, Camille’s cards are sold in stores/restaurants both in Tucson and

My name is Mandi. I am twenty-three years old and live in Michigan with my parents, brother and a spoiled dog. I have been crafting for as long as I can remember but really got into it when I was teen.That is when my dad was getting me more into paper crafting. I am sure he didn't realize what a large stash accumulating over the years. I was thirteen when I put together my first scrapbook together and the subject was a tiny, little, fur ball, name Buster. I love to make scrapbook pages, cards and altered items. Besides crafting, I love to spend time cooking and spending time with my family.
Our Friday Girl
Michelle Frae Cummings is a mixed- media artist, instructor and
Freelance writer.

She lives with her husband, Brian and son Dyllan in sunny Southern California.

Michelle has painted sets for local play houses, created costumes,
designed store front windows, taught at local scrapbook stores, public
groups, and sells her art locally and online. Michelle is an organizer
of a local scrapbook/altered-art group, West Coast Crafters, which
meets at her home monthly. She is also the owner of a popular blog,
"Faerie Dust Dreams" where she regularly writes for various craft
companies and strives to inspire others. Michelle's mind is in
constant creative motion. Her specialty is working with wire, beads,
sewing and painting in Color. It’s how she expresses her dreams and
inspirations.  Creating with her fingers is as therapeutic as it is
energizing at the same time.  To learn more about Michelle, please
visit her blog - 
 Well this is our AMAZING Design team for the next 6 months.
we hope you enjoy their projects and visit our blog daily
Terri Sproul  

Friday, November 30, 2012

This Year's December Daily

I love the idea of a December Daily, but in years past it has just been one more thing added to the list of to do's.  I really want it just to be a tool to help me and my family remember the reason for the season.  So, this year, I decided to do it in a scales back form with one page.  I had no swirls that would fit the page, so I made my own with Dew Drops from The Robin's Nest.  Love this look!

The Robin's Nest Poinsettia Dew Drops
The Robin's Nest Silver Glitter Chipboard (snowflake)
The Robin's Nest Gold Glitter Letters
Mc Gill Snowflake Punch
Red Card Stock
October Afternoon (candy cane stripe background)
Calendar Paper
Cricut CM Tis the Season Cartridge
CTMH Stamps
Silk Flower
Mon Ami Gabby Light Blue Flower (on top of snowflake center is Dew Drop)
Costume Jewelry (leaf)

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Thankful for You

Happy Thanksgiving!  I'm sharing a quick card today and thanking all of my blog followers for stopping by and commenting when you can.  May we always be thankful for the people in our lives, both near and far!

Sunday, November 18, 2012

One Page Two Ways

Just back from an all day crop and am sharing one page I made two different ways.  Both were made with die cuts I purchase from QVC.  The titles are cut with Cricut Winter Frolic.  The cut actually says White Christmas, but I cut off the White to fit two photos on my page.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

You're Never Too Old for Peek-a-boo!

My post today is an application for the Design Team at The Robin's Nest.  I would love to be a part of the team again and this time I would love to be on the scrap book layout team!  So, I am sharing a layout today made with beautiful paper from The Robin's Nest!  

I started with the Glitter Black and White Border Swirl Paper as my back ground.  Then using my Silhouette Cameo, I cut the red radial design in The Robin's Nest Red on Red Rope Paper.  You know I love my digital cutters, but there are times when I love to fussy cut as well!  This beautiful Glitter Black and white Swirl Border was just too pretty to cover up, so I decided to play peek-a-boo!  I placed my red radial design on top and using a pencil marked where I needed to fussy cut.  You can use this peak-a-boo technique to high light your favorite paper without hiding the best details! 

 On top of the Glitter Black and White Swirl Border, I embellished the page with flowers and leaves from Prima.  For the center of my flower, I used a black button.  It was too small a button, so I used Black Diamond Dew Drops from The Robin's Nest Ace of Diamonds (upside down) to create a better center.  Also used to embellish the paper are more Ace of Diamonds black diamond dew drops and The Robin's Nest Pointsetta Dew Drops in red and green.  The title is made with The Robin's Nest Journal Title and the black "Joy" is Anna Griffin.  The photo is matted on The Robin's Nest Glitter Black Starfish paper

Supply List
The Robin's Nest Glitter Black and White Border Swirl Paper
The Robin's Nest Red on Red Rope Paper
The Robin's Nest Glitter Journal Title
The Robin's Nest Pointsetta Dew Drops
The Robin's Nest Glitter Black Starfish Paper (mat for photo)
The Robin's Nest Ace of Diamonds Dew Drops
Prima Flower
Anna Griffin Black Flocked Letters
Silhouette Cameo

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

The Square Punch Challenge in 3D

lSo many cards these days are 3 dimensional.  I love the look, but am not always sure how to mail them.   So, I love to use this look in my gift cards for Christmas packages.  Here is a card I made to enter into Moxie Fab World's  Square Punch Challenge.
Are you wondering where I used the punch?  I used it on the red band across the bottom of the card!  It is a square cut on the diagonal in the Honey Pop  Red Honeycomb Paper by Inky Antics.  I then placed a glue dot at either end and added some holly leaves, a Jolee's Bling berry and  a Peace tag from The Robin's Nest.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Pazzles Inspiration Cover

Just finished up a beautiful custom order for a Pazzles Inspiration cover.  I had to share the photo as I love how it turned out.  The fashion designer in me loves lining up and matching patterns and I was delighted that the motif on this fabric was a perfect match for the length of the machine!  How elegant this lattice fabric looks with just a simple bow!

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Halloween Page Inspired by Straw Wreaths

Last year the straw wreaths were all over Pinterest and I was so enchanted by them.  But I am not a wreath person, so I decided to try a version my a scrapbook page.  Here is one I made with Heartfelt Creations dies and stamp set.  Also used were Stampin' Up stamps (jack-o-lanterns) and Close to My Heart Stamps (spider web).

Saturday, October 6, 2012

So Simple Saturday

More variations with the scraps and the Basic Grey Butterfly.  Just a quick sympathy card.  You could use this ideas with anything really.  Just replace the butterflies with something else.  Try using flowers, Christmas Ornaments, birds, etc.  The stamp is Angel Company.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Finish It Friday: Back to Square One

I have had a quilting UFO in my stash for at least 6 years and am determined to finish this year.  I am making a quilt pattern from the Buggy Barn and have pulled it back out again.  Here are some of the reasons I have struggled to finish it:
1)  I love a project I can finish in one day!  So, when it takes more than a day I get discouraged and procrastinate!  I actually will neglect things to finish open projects because I get so stressed.
2)  Accuracy is not my strong suit, and quilting requires accuracy.
3)  There are triangles in this quilt!  I'm sorry, have you not sewn triangles before?  Well, trust me even with a fashion design background I find sewing on the bias to be inaccurate and frustrating!
4)  Scraps everywhere!  Well not every where, but in my fabric closet.
5)  So many pieces!  What was I thinking!

Okay, so now that I have expressed my frustration here is how I am going to tackle this job:
1)  Finish it Fridays:  devote one day a week to working on it (at least one day).
2)  Join a quilt guild.  I joined a quilt guild and they meet for an entire day on the 2nd Thursday of every month.  It is informal, so I can bring my quilt and work on it.
3)  Blog about it.  Maybe, someone will encourage me or follow up and ask how I'm doing.
In the last month, I pulled out my squares, finished cutting and sewing.  Today, I began piecing my 1st block (see photo above).  Only 29 more to go!  I am stressing about all those points in the center and how well it can be quilted.  It looks nice though, doesn't it?!

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Work the Stash Wednesday & Another Mojo Monday Challenge

I was so happy with my Mojo Monday card, that I decided to make another.  And since it is Work the Stash Wednesday, I used more of the same scraps I used in the last card.  This is a favorite technique to use my scraps, once I finish a scrap book page I just keep card making until they are gone.  This is for the Mojo Monday Challenge 261.  Below is the sketch for MM 261.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Try It Tuesday: PPDC & An older Mojo Monday Sketch

I started paper crafting as a scrap booker, and have started making my own cards.  I am not always confident of my layouts for cards, so this Tuesday I decided to try a sketch.  I found one I liked at Mojo Monday's.  It's an oldy.  I am entering this in The Play Date Cafe Challenge 151:  Wine, Pumpkin, Moss. 

 I used scraps from my stash and can only identify the butterflies as Basic Grey.  The 70 is cut with Cricut Storybook, the circle frame with Elegant Edges. Border punch is Martha Stewart.  So, next time you need a card or page and aren't sure about a layout, try a sketch!  Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, October 1, 2012

Damask Delight at the Ribbon Reel Challenge

If you follow my blog, you might have noticed an obsession for challenges.  Well, I have found a new challenge blog that love called The Ribbon Reel Challenge Blog.  So, today I am giving their Damask Delight Challenge a try.  I used Anna Griffin paper, Inkadinkadoo stamps, My Favorite Things Die-Namics (High Tea Doily), some ribbon, seam binding and a sprig from Michaels.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Tuesday's Trigger for the Font Fanatic

So many of us paper crafters are also font fanatics.  So, the font fanatic in me loved this weeks Tuesday Trigger:  Soup to Nuts at Moxie Fab World..  Below is the TT picture and my card is above.
So, I took a few minutes to raid my sticker stash and make up a thank you card.  The swirl is actually a negative shape that I saved from a Cricut cut.  I am such a paper horder!  I bit of zipper trim and some scraps of paper to get the Soup to Nuts look and my thank you is finished.  Thanks Moxie Fab World!

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Sympathy Card with Heartfelt Creations

I really liked stamping around the cog with the Heartfelt Creations stamps.  So, I tried another today for a sympathy card.  This time I used Bella Rosebud Pre Cut Set and some Copic Markers.  The center medallion is made with Basic Grey and Candy Bonbon Stickers. By the way if you don't have a Cricut or other digital cutter you can use your Dominos train gear!  To create the label, I placed a die cut over the card and colored around it with Copics, a bit of marker top stitching and an Angel Company sentiment.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Think About it Thursday: Jars of Joy Challenge

I have out grown my current ribbon storage and was looking for an in expensive storage option.  I came across it in my pantry:  an Archer Farm's Nut Jar.  So, I pulled out some paper by The Robin's Nest and stamps from Heartfelt Creations and started to reorganize my stash.  And just before I wrote this post, I checked Moxie Fab World for the lastest Tuesday Trigger and I found they have a Jar's of Joy Challenge.  It is not actually a Tuesday Trigger, but how excited was I that it fit my current project!?
Here are some of the detail pictures.  

The leaves are from some vintage custom jewelry and the pacifier is from shower favors (from my baby shower so I had to save one and use it!)  And yes, it has been in the stash for 14 years.  The letters are Thicker and match the grey top for the jar perfectly!  

Work the Stash Wednesday: More Coffee Filter Ideas

I love to share an item made with older items in my stash on Wednesdays.  So, today I am sharing a page I made a while ago for the last Heartfelt Creations Design Team (semifinals).  The paper is K & Company and all the stamps are Heartfelt Creations.  I stamped on my coffee filters and then colored them with Copic markers and then placed them around the inside of my circle frame.  Kind of looks like fabric, doesn't it?  More felt from the stash, and stamped with a glue pad and Heartfelt Creations stamps, a bit of Art Glitter and some seed pearls.  And another item from my stash was the Christmas foil garland.  I just zig zagged it onto the page.  The swirls are cut with Sure Cuts a Lot.

Heartfelt Creations HCPC Sunburst Flower PreCut Set
Spellbinders Dahlia Die
Heartfelt Creations HCPC Moonlight Dahlia 1 PreCut Set
Heartfelt Creations HCPC Innoscents Flowers 1 PreCut Set
Spellbinders Blossom 2 Die
Red Felt
Glue Stamp Pad
Blue Glitter Pen
Blue Card Stock
Green Pattern Card Stock (K & Company)
Blue Pattern Card Stock (K & Company)
Pink Card Stock
White Card Stock
Black Letter Cricut Cartridge
Coffee Filters
Sure Cuts A Lot Swirl Image (or other swirl)
Sure Cuts A Lot Holly Leaf (or other)
Christmas star garland
Sewing Machine
Pearl beads
Thread and Needle
Copic Markers in Pink
Cricut Black Letter Cartridge

Monday, September 10, 2012

Try it Tuesday: Vintage Wallpaper

Last month I had a chance to attend my first crop hosted by It's Always Fabulous on Etsy and loved it!  She actually has a shop set up in her basement so we could shop and crop.  She had a freebie for all of...some vintage wall paper in white on white she picked up at an estate sale and showed us how to use the Dylusions Ink Spray (by Ranger) on the wall paper for a glamorous look.  I just had to give it a try and made up a little notebook for my purse.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Repetition in the Round with Moxie

I have been missing in action, busy creating projects to try out for Heartfelt Creations Design Team.  I just had to share one of the pages I created for the DT application as I think the idea is a fabulous way to save money and it fits Moxie Fab Worlds Card Design Handbook The Repetition Challenge!  So, let's get started!
I love the Inkadinkadoo Stamping Gear and stamps, but it is not currently in the budget.  It will have to go on the Christmas wish list!  But in the meantime, I realized I can use my Cricut to cut a cog shape (brown card stock in the picture) and my current blocks with Heartfelt Creation stamps to get the same results.  I cut this cog at 5 1/2"  and used Heartfelt Creations Elegant Snowflake Medallions Pre-Cut Set.  I placed my stamp at the edge of block centering it.  

Supply List
Heartfelt Creations Floral Grande 1 Pre-Cut Set
Heartfelt Creations Floral Grande 2 Pre-Cut Set
Nestabilities Blossom 3 Die
Heartfelt Creations Elegant Snowflake Medallions Pre-Cut Set
Cog Cut (I used one from Cricut CTMH Artist Cartridge)
Blue Gala Glitz
Fresh Mowed Grass Dew Drops
White Card stock
Art Glitter Dries Clear Adhesive
K-Ology Chipboard letters (Palisades)
K & Company glitter Chipboard (love)
Jolees Bling
K & Company patterned cardstock (photo mat)
See pearls
Glue Dots
Blue and Green ink


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