Sunday, 10 December 2017

A Walk Through The Flowers

Hello there on this cold and frosty morning,

I'd like to share with you a couple more of the samples that I've made for Crafty Individuals.  You may be familiar with these two already if you follow the Crafty Individuals blog as Jean shared them on there a few days ago:

Featuring: CI-411, CI-449, CI-454

Featuring: CI-417, CI-415, CI-464

I used Distress and Distress Oxides to create the backgrounds and Derwent Inktense pencils to colour the flowers.  These stamps are so beautiful and they were an absolute joy to use.  

I hope that you're enjoying the samples as I really enjoyed making them.

Until next time, stay warm and safe, and be happy x



Wednesday, 6 December 2017

'Country Days' with Crafty Individuals

Hello there,

I hope that you are all keeping well and happy.

I'm here today to share with you one of the samples that I made for last week's Crafty Individuals show on Hochanda.  If you didn't manage to catch the shows, they will still be available for the next couple of weeks here on rewind

Featuring CI-417, CI-481 CI-017 and CI-480

As I made quite a few cards for the show, I'll be sharing more of them with you in the next few weeks.

Thank you for visiting today and I wish you lots of happy crafting x

Sunday, 3 December 2017

'Winter Trees and Flowers' at Stamping Sensations

Hello there my crafty friends.

It's time for a new challenge over at 'Stamping Sensations' and I can't believe that this is the last one of the year.  This year has flown by so quickly and I've really enjoyed being part of the team, and I'm really looking forward too, to seeing lots of new crafty creations in the year ahead, both from my lovely teamies and from you crafty lot too :)

Our theme this month is 'Winter Trees and Flora' and here's the card that I've made:


As I absolutely love to use white ink on Kraft card, I thought that's what I would do to make this card.  I started by creating the fallen snow using white ink and a mountain stencil and then I went on to stamp my moon and then to use a circular stencil to give it it's shape.  Next, it was time to add my Winter trees and the Deer.  Once everything was in place, I used a white pen to highlight the snow on the trees.  Finally, I heat embossed the Winter sentiment using with white embossing powder and then I dusted around the edges with the white ink and added a few snowflakes.

All of the stamps and stencils that I've used today are by Inkylicious and the inks that I've used are: Colour Box: Frost White and Distress: Ground Espresso.

We are generously sponsored this month by 'Stix 2' and we really hope that you'll be able to join us.


Stamping Sensations is a stamping challenge, so we must see a stamped image, sentiment or quote as the focal element of your artwork, this means: Stamping must be the central point of attention and interest.

All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me for now, so I'll wish you a happy and peaceful day x







Sunday, 26 November 2017

Santa Clause Is Coming To Town

Hello there my crafty friends.

I hope that you're enjoying the weekend and keeping nice and warm during this cold spell.

I'm here today to share a card that I've made for this week's challenge over at Allsorts, and their theme is 'Inspired by a Carol or Winter Themed Song' and I've decided that mine will be 'Santa Clause is coming to town.'


I've gone for a Vintage look with this card as I wanted it to have a traditional feel to it.  All of the stamps that I've used are by 'Crafty Individuals' and I've coloured it using Distress inks and Inktense pencils.  Don't those little children look sweet peeping through the window!  Talking of Crafty Individuals, don't forget that Jean Hardy will be back on Hochanda on the 1st of December with more of her wonderful products and demos.

I would also like to enter this card in Scrappy Mo's 'Rudolph Days' challenge as this will be the last one of the year and into 'Pixie's Snippets Playground challenge.'

Wishing you all a happy crafting week x


Thursday, 23 November 2017

Bee Crafty Beautanical

Hello my crafty friends,

It's been absolutely ages since I've entered any card challenges and so I thought that I would rectify the situation.

Here's a card that I've made today using one of the 'Beautanicals'' stamps from Bee Crafty.  I bought this the Stamp Magic show in October, so I thought that it was time for me to give it it's first outing:


As I don't have any Bee Crafty Sentiments, I've used one of my favourites by Inkylicious as I felt that the space needed filling.

The flower itself is coloured with Worn Lipstick and Wilted Violet Distress inks and the background was created using the same colour Distress Oxides. I then various stencils used over the colours.  I stamped the butterfly twice and then shaped it's wings to give a more realistic look. I'm really happy with the end result as it has a lovely fresh look to it and I hope that you'll like it too.

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Penny Black and more - Flower Power
That's Crafty - Stencil it
The Artistic Stamper - Use a Quote








Wednesday, 22 November 2017

More Gorgeous Snowmen

Hello there,

Just a quick post from me today to share another of the cards that I made using the new Crafty Individuals Snowman Stamp CI-485:


I stamped and white embossed the image onto Kraft card and then coloured in the snowmen using white ink.  I stamped the frame twice and then fussy cut it to add more dimension.  Here's another photo which shows this much better:


As you can see clearer on this photo, I fussy cut and decoupaged the snowmen's hats and scarves too.

Thank you for looking and I wish you a happy day x






Monday, 13 November 2017

New Christmas Stamps at Crafty Individuals

Hello there,

I'm sure if you're a fan of Crafty Individuals that you might already know that they've just released three new and very gorgeous Christmas stamps.  When the stamps arrived with me, I just couldn't put them down and I know that you'll love them too.  Here are three samples that I've made using each of the stamps:




Jean will be back on Hochanda on the 1st of December with more of her lovely stamps and demos, and I'll let you know the times of the shows a little nearer to the time of the event.

That's all from me today so I'll wish you a happy and colourful week x

Saturday, 11 November 2017

Rememberance Day

I'm here today to share with you a card that I've made for Remembrance Day.

My wonderful Dad worked on the railways in Burma during the second world war and my Granddad received the 'Distinguished Conduct Medal' for his bravery during the 'Battle of the Somme' in WW1.  My thoughts are with them both today and with all the other brave men and women who gave so much of themselves so that we might have a better future.  Thank you xx


Sunday, 5 November 2017

One Layer Christmas Cards at Stamping Sensations

Hello there,

I do hope that you're all keeping well and happy.

It's time for a new challenge over at Stamping Sensations and our theme this time is 'One Layer Christmas Cards.'  Now I now that the thought of creating something with one layer fills some people with dread but I have to say that I've thoroughly enjoyed making this Christmas card.



I started by stamping the base of the Inkylicious snow globe with Distress Walnut stain and painting it with Distress Tea Stain before adding the circular stencil to enable me to create the globe itself. Once I was happy that the stencil was in the right place, I used my Ink Dusters and also a sponge dauber to give it a little more detail around the edge. The ink I used to do this with was Blueprint Sketch.

With the globe all finished, it was then time to stamp my Crafty Individuals Robin in place and give him some colour using some water colour pencils.

I created the border of my card using some lovely stamps that came free with the Creative Stamper magazine last year. I've used these stamps so many times and I have to say that I love them. The colours that I've used to stamp with are Impress Olive Green and the Walnut Stain.  The red bow and berries were made using Adirondack Cranberry.

With my card almost finished now, I added my sentiment and some iridescent glitter to the base of the dome to give the impression of snow sparkling.  As this is a one layer card, I drew a fine black line using a Sharpie pen around the edge of my finished card to give the impression that the card had been mounted. I'm happy with this card turned out and I hope that you like it too.


We are generously sponsored this month by 'Tattered Lace.'


Stamping Sensations is a stamping challenge, so we must see a stamped image, sentiment or quote as the focal element of your artwork, this means: Stamping must be the central point of attention and interest.

All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me for now, so I'll wish you a happy and peaceful day x


Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Last of my October Crafty Individuals Samples

Hello my crafty friends,

I'm here with you today to share with you the last of the samples that I made for the Hochanda show back on the 1st of October and here they are:





As it's the 25th of the month today, I would like to enter my first card into Scrappy Mo's 'Rudolf Days 'challenge.


Thursday, 19 October 2017

Bee Crafty Bird Tag

Hello there,

Just another quick post from me today to share a tag that I've made using one of the Bee Crafty stamps that I bought at Stamp Magic at the weekend.  It's the first time I've ever used these stamps and they leave such a good impression and I'm really impressed with the quality of them too.


I made the background using Distress Oxides and then used various stencils to create some depth and interest. Next, I stamped the bird with Versamark and then bleached out some colour.  The words were stamped and then cut out from an Inkylicious stamp.

I'll be back soon to share the last of my Crafty Individuals samples but until then, I'll wish you lots of happy crafting x

Sunday, 15 October 2017

Autumnal Lakeside Cabin

Hello there,

I didn't intend to post anything today as I've been to the 'Stamp Magic' show at Doncaster.  The show was so much better attended than the last show in June and the atmosphere was good.  I bought some new crafting goodies and caught up with my lovely teamies....Sally and Lynne from Stamping Sensations, and Sally and Lynne's friend Audrey, so it's been a great day.  The trees on our journey home looked absolutely spectacular and so I was inspired as soon as I got home to try our some of my new stamps from Inkylicious (Not yet on their web site) and here's the result.  It's only a quick card but I just couldn't wait to have a play:


These are two separate scenic stamps but they work really well together.  They can be used for any season really but I thought that I'd start with Autumn before it whizzes by.  

I hope that you've all had a lovely weekend x


Wednesday, 11 October 2017

'Trees and Leaves' at Allsorts

Hello there,

I hope that you're all keeping well and happy.

I'd like to thank you for all the lovely comments that you've left recently, I really appreciate them.

Just a quick post from me today as I'd like to enter the challenge this week over at Allsorts.  Their theme is 'Leaves and Trees' and so I thought this card was just right:


The background was made using Brushos and Distress inks and stamps are by Inkylicious.

Wishing you a happy and colourful day x


Sunday, 8 October 2017

My Second Batch of Crafty Individuals Samples

Hello there and I hope that you're enjoying your weekend.

Here as promised are a few more of the samples that I made for the Crafty Individuals shows on Hochanda last weekend.  I've decided to show you some that I made with Kraft card, which I love using with white embossing:

Featuring: CI-422 and CI-464

Featuring CI-443; CI-385 and CI-464

Featuring: CI-443 and CI-464 

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Just a few Crafty Individuals samples

Hello there,

I'd like to share a few of the samples that I made for the Crafty Individuals shows that were shown on Hochanda on Sunday.  If you missed them, then you can still catch up with them here for the next couple of weeks.

Featuring:  CI- 478; CI-385 and CI-395

Featuring: CI-482

Featuring: CI-422 and CI stencils

I hope that you like them and I'll share more of them with you at the weekend.

Enjoy your day x

I'd like to enter my first card into the following challenges:

Sunday, 1 October 2017

Autumn Glory at Stamping Sensations

Hello there,

It's time for a new challenge over at Stamping Sensations and our theme this time is 'Autumn Glory.' I don't know about you but Autumn is one of my most favourite times of the year.  The colours are absolutely spectacular and I never fail to be amazed by Autumn's spender.


For my card this time, I've used one of my oldest and most faithful ink pads, the good old Big and Juicy (Spice.)  The colours in this pad are just perfect for Autumnal cards and I wish they still made them.  On saying that, I must have had mine for ten years and it's still going strong.  I started by placing a leave stencil over some white card and then I created my background by dusting the various colours from the pad.  I stamped around the edge of the card using a leaf stamp by Inkylicious and then used a water colour brush to pull out the colour.  I've used one of my favourite sentiments in the center of the card. I firmly believe that it is the little things each and every day that make us truly happy, not the big things that people strive for. The stamps is by Dali ART.

We are generously sponsored this month by 'Stamp Addicts' and really hope that you'll be able to join us for this month's challenge but please remember that we are a stamping challenge and we need to see stamping as your main focal image. All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me for now, so I'll wish you a happy and peaceful day x

Monday, 25 September 2017

Rudolf Day - September 17

Hello there,

Here we are again on the twenty fifth, so it's time once again for another Rudolph Day over at Scrappy Mo's.

The card that I'm using for the challenge is a sample that I made for Crafty Individuals earlier in the year:


The background was made using Distress inks and the stamps that I used are:

The sweet little boy and the dove were from the 'Merry Christmas' miniature paper pad. 

Jean Hardy from Crafty Individuals will be back on Hochanda Sunday the 1st of October at 4pm and 7pm, so tune in if you can or set your recorders as she'll be doing some fabulous demos and showing her beautiful stamps.

Wishing you a happy and colourful week x

Saturday, 16 September 2017

A Pictorial Invoice

Hello there,

Before I start, I'd just like to say a big 'Thank You' to my loyal band of followers for your kind words and continuing support, I really appreciate it and it wouldn't be the same without you.

I'd like to share with you today a card that I've made using one of the latest new stamps by Crafty Individuals, it's call 'A Pictorial Invoice.'


I stamped the image using a Big and Juicy ink pad and then used the same pad to colour the individual elements.  I was happy with the background and the colour of my card but I felt that it was still lacking something, so I added the leaves and butterflies to give a little dimension and this did the trick.

This stamp and others are on sale at the moment at Crafty Individuals, so why not pop over and take a look.

That's all from me for now but I hope to be back with you all soon.  Wishing you a happy and colourful day x


Sunday, 10 September 2017

Stay Wild Revisited

Hello there,

It feels like ages since I've posted anything although it's only been a week.  I've not been around quite as much as I've been busy recently making some samples for an upcoming Crafty Individuals show on Hochanda.  I'll let you all know when the show will be on a little nearer to the time.

I'd like to share a card with you today that I've made for a family birthday.  It's a card using one of my favourite stamps by Visible Image:


I've made the background by stamping and spritzing various Distress inks onto my craft mat and then picking up the colour on my card.  I've added a touch of bleach here and there, and I think the result looks a little similar to when Distress Oxides have been used,  I don't have yet but they are still on my crafty wish list.  I've used a vanilla embossing powder as it doesn't look quite as harsh as white.

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenge:

Sunday, 3 September 2017

Buddha at Stamping Sensations

Hello there,

It's time for a new challenge at Stamping Sensations and what great fun I've had creating this card. When I first saw the colours of this challenge, I wasn't sure what I would make using them but I'm really happy with how this eventually turned out:


I started by stamping Buddha using Versafine Black Onyx and then heat embossed with a clear powder.  This helps the ink not to run when it comes to the painting part.  I masked Buddha off before setting about my background.  Now at this point, I had no idea what stamps I would be using so I started by adding a pale pink glow around my image.  I then used a stencil and Adirondack Raspberry to create a swirl around him.  As there was lots of space left at this point, I stamped randomly using Versa Magic Oasis Green ink and a small flower stamp.  Still lots of space left so I stencil in some green dots and a Lattice pattern with Memento Nautical Blue. As this has now created a border that I'm happy with, I decided to stamp some Oriental looking hanging flowers with the pinks and blues that I've already used int he rest of my scene.  Almost done now so I sponge around the edge with the Nautical Blue before removing the mask and paining Buddha in the same colour and also using some Teal Zeal to add some shading.  I finished off by adding a Peace sentiment by Crafty Individuals which I think works just perfectly with this scene.  I think I've managed to hit the brief and I hope that you like it. The Buddha stamp is by Inkylicious

Here is the photo and colour palette for this month's challenge:

Here's this month's fabulous prize by Hero Arts:

We really hope that you'll be able to join us for this month's challenge but please remember that we are a stamping challenge and we need to see stamping as your main focal image. All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me for now, so I'll wish you a happy and peaceful day x

Buddha at Stamping Sensations

Hello there,

It's time for a new challenge at Stamping Sensations and what great fun I've had creating this card. When I first saw the colours of this challenge, I wasn't sure what I would make using them but I'm really happy with how this eventually turned out:


I started by stamping Buddha using Versafine Black Onyx and then heat embossed with a clear powder.  This helps the ink not to run when it comes to the painting part.  I masked Buddha off before setting about my background.  Now at this point, I had no idea what stamps I would be using so I started by adding a pale pink glow around my image.  I then used a stencil and Adirondack Raspberry to create a swirl around him.  As there was lots of space left at this point, I stamped randomly using Versa Magic Oasis Green ink and a small flower stamp.  Still lots of space left so I stencil in some green dots and a Lattice pattern with Memento Nautical Blue. As this has now created a border that I'm happy with, I decided to stamp some Oriental looking hanging flowers with the pinks and blues that I've already used int he rest of my scene.  Almost done now so I sponge around the edge with the Nautical Blue before removing the mask and paining Buddha in the same colour and also using some Teal Zeal to add some shading.  I finished off by adding a Peace sentiment by Crafty Individuals which I think works just perfectly with this scene.  I think I've managed to hit the brief and I hope that you like it. The Buddha stamp is by Inkylicious

Here is the photo and colour palette for this month's challenge:


Here's this month's fabulous prize by Hero Arts:

We really hope that you'll be able to join us for this month's challenge but please remember that we are a stamping challenge and we need to see stamping as your main focal image. All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me for now, so I'll wish you a happy and peaceful day x


Friday, 25 August 2017

Rudolph Days - August 17

Hello there,

Just a short and sweet one from me today :)

It's Rudolph day once again over at Scrappy Mo's blog and I'd like to share a card with you that I made recently as a sample for Crafty Individual's Christmas show on Hochanda:


I think this image of the children in the snow is just adorable.  I stamped it several times and then coloured and fussy cut it before adding it to the background that I'd made.

Wishing you all things good x

Sunday, 20 August 2017

A Vintage Look At Crafty Individuals

Hello there,

I hope that you're all enjoying your weekend.

I'm here today to share another of the samples that I've made with Crafty Individuals new stamps and I've gone for a vintage look this time:

Featuring: CI-481  CI-194  CI-477  CI-470

Here's a view from the side which will give you more idea of the dimension.

I think this card shows how all of these different stamps from Crafty Individuals work hand in hand.

Thank you for your visit today x

Thursday, 17 August 2017

New stamps at Crafty Individuals

Hello there you crafty lot,

I have some good news for all of you Crafty Individuals fans out there as they have just released seven new stamps to add to their fabulous range.  Here's a couple of the samples that I've made them over the last couple of weeks:

Featuring CI-480 and CI-481

Featuring CI-478 CI-209 and CI-460

I do hope you like them and I'll be back with a few more over the next few days.

All of the new stamps are currently on offer at Crafty Individuals, so why not pop over there and grab yourself a bargain.

Take care and Happy crafting x 






Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Visible Image meets Inktense

Hello there,

I'd just like to say many thanks to my loyal band of followers for the lovely comments that you've left recently, they're really appreciated, and so are you! :)

I really been impressed with the artwork that I've seen around using  Derwent Inktense pencils and I was thrilled when my lovely Hubby treated me to a set a couple of weeks back.  I was instantly impressed when I saw the depth of colour that you can achieve with them in comparison with the normal water colour pencils. I also love how they just blend so effortlessly.  I've coloured in a few images which I'll share will you at a later date but I thought I'd try something a little different for me which was definitely out of my comfort zone and here's the result:


I've used this fabulous stamp set by Visible image on several occasions but I thought I'd try to be a little more artistic with this one.  Although there's lots that I need to try and improve on, I'm reasonably pleased with this as a first attempt. 

I started by stamping the cat's face using Versafine ink.  Once this was completely dry, I then used my new pencils to add the colour before using a water colour brush to blend it all.

I'm adding this card to the following challenges:

Penny Black and More - All Creatures Great and Small

Sunday, 13 August 2017

Deckchairs By The Sea

Hello there,

I hope that you've all enjoyed your weekend.

I'd like to share a card with you that was featured in last month's edition of Craft Stamper magazine:


The main focal image is one of my absolute favourites from Crafty Individuals.  I love it because it's so full of fun and it reminds me of those careless days spent splashing around in the sea, when time just didn't matter.  The guy in the deckchair is a stamp that I've had for ages by Sheena Douglass.  He looks quite relaxed, don't you think? 

The background was made by spritzing water onto Distress inks on my craft mat and then dragging my card through it.  Once it was dry, I then used Seaside stamps by Sweet Dixie and the same inks so that everything would tone in nicely.  I added some Fluffy Puffy stuff on the incoming tide to add some dimension and to give it more of a realistic look.  

That's all from me today but I hope to be back with you all soon, until then, enjoy the rest of your day x 


Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Pretty Flamingos

Hello There,

Thank you for your very kind comments on my last post and 'Hello' to my new followers.  Thank you for joining me on my crafting journey and I hope you'll visit often.

I'm here today to share with you a card that I recently made for Crafty Individuals featuring their 'Pretty Flamingos'


I'm fairly new to using acrylic paints but I thought I would try using them with these stamps. I really like the depth of colour that you can achieve with them and I think this card has quite a tropical feel to it, what do you think?

I would like to add this card into the following challenges:

Penny Black and More - All Creatures Great and Small
The Artistic Stamper - Anything Goes

Sunday, 6 August 2017

I've Gone Fishing at Stamping Sensations

Hello there,

It's time for a new challenge over at Stamping Sensations and our theme this time is 'Anything Goes.' I have to say that this gives everyone lots of scope to get their creative juices flowing and we really hope that you'll be able to join us.

I decided to make a colourful scenic card this time and I hope that you like it:


I started by using Ink Dusters to colour in the background with Memento Dandelion before masking over the water and then dusting again with Memento Rose Bud, Danube Blue and Adirondack Denim.  I also used the same colours in the top right hand corner.  Once I was happy with my background, I then used a stencil to create the mountains with Rich Cocoa ink and I used the same ink to stamp the trees.  I had originally intended to stamp everything in brown but then I decided that using black in the foreground would give the image more perspective, what do you think?  

All the stamps and stencils that I've used are by Inkylicious.  

We are very kindly sponsored this month by Swedish House Crafts:

We really hope that you'll be able to join us for this month's challenge but please remember that we are a stamping challenge and we need to see stamping as your main focal image. All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me so I wish you a very happy and colourful day x

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenge:

The Artistic Stamper - Anything Goes

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

A Poppy With Love

Hello there,

When I saw this weeks challenge over at Allsorts, I knew that I had to join in as I absolutely love Poppies.

I made this card a while back for someone who's going through a tough time at the moment and this challenge seemed like the perfect time so share my card with you all, so here it is:


I started by stamping the Inkylicious Watercolour Poppies and then masking them before I created my background.
The background was made by dabbing Distress inks onto my craft mat and then spritzing with water. I then added a little more colour by sponging it directly onto my card. Once I was happy with my background, I then removed the mask and coloured the poppies using Spectrum Noir markers.

Thank you for your visit today and I'll be back with you again soon as we have a new challenge starting on Sunday at Stamping Sensations.  Until then, enjoy the rest of your week and stay happy x

Sunday, 30 July 2017

It's all 'Black and White'

Hello there,

I do hope that you're all well and that life is treating you all kind.

I'm here today to share a card that I've made for this month's challenge over at The Artistic Stamper blog.  Their theme this time is 'Black and White.'


I've opted to make quite a simple but classy looking card using one of my favourite stamps by Flonzcraft.  I just love this Gibson Girl, she's so beautiful and I never tire of using her.  I've made the border using the Flourishing Vine stamp by Inkylicious.

That was short and sweet for me!  I hope to be back with you all soon x


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