Saturday, August 30, 2008

Back to School...stamping style!

What is most important for style on the first day of school? A backpack. Well, not for my students. (It's not cool to carry a backpack in middle school). I still had to make this project when I saw it posted on a Splitcoast Demonstrator Challenge.

Here is the back:
Stamps: Classic Stars Jumbo Wheel
Ink: Tempting Turquoise
Paper: Tempting Turquoise, Green Galore, Whisper White
Accessories: Large Star Punch, Small Star Punch, Crafter's Tool Kit, Tempting Turquoise 1/4 grosgrain ribbon, Bold Bright Brads, School Days Rub-ons, Sticky Strip, Fresh Favorites Buttons
I love brads! I needed a way to tie the flap and was struggling because I thought of it after I made it. I then realized I could use a button and two brads to make a tie off location. Cute, huh?
To make this project, I followed a few folks' templates, then did my own thing when I hit trouble.

The base is from this link: Susie Nelson measurements . This is part of a great resource for demonstrators on Splitcoastampers. You have to be registered in the demonstrator forums to access it. Sorry. Here is another link that is on a blog that might be helpful if you want to make your own bag: StampVamp's Stamp Happens Video Tutorial .
I hope you have a great start to the school year! Mine is fabulous so far, but I haven't been able to post as often as I like. I hope to post 2-3 days a week, so stay tuned! I've been working on a lot of designing lately that I can't quite show you yet! But I will...

Sunday, August 24, 2008

A Meeting, A Meeting! I get to go to a Meeting!

Now, that you all think I'm stranger than normal. I am excited about this meeting, because it is at my upline's upline's upline's upline's house! Connie is an amazing stamper and treats me quite well considering I am few generations down in her empire of downline! In fact, she having her annual Build Your Own Sundae Meeting. Could it get any better? Plus, I get to see my Convention buddies and more!

One of the ways to earn free goodies is to present something...since I am not prone to shyness, I decided to show off my Big Shot. I know that a few of the others bought one on August 11th, but theirs may or may not be in their hot little hands yet! He..he..he. Now, with the Big Shot, the possibilities are endless, but I whittled down all the great ideas in my head to these little pouches:

I used Summer Picnic Paper and the Top Note Die to cut these toppers and then played around with my box of ribbon scraps until I made these cute bags! I used the Tart and Tangy apple on some with Garden Green for a change. On the other I used the Taking Care of Business set for the sentiment just because it had the word fabulous in it and I was feeling fabulous at the time! The other one uses Flight of the Butterfly to add a little image. I was trying out a plan for some cookies for a bake sale and decided cutting out 48 of those little guys would be too much work!

Happy Stampin'! Tomorrow is my first day work at Menominee Indian School District for the year. A day of meetings that I am not looking forward to as much as tonight's! My car was so full, I didn't have room to pack a lot of stamps, so I probably won't be posting until Saturday, when I get home and have time to play again!

Friday, August 22, 2008

Kids' Camp

I love my nephews. I love stamping. They love stamping. But they cannot participate every time my sister and I get together. She needs a little "mom time" now and then. To solve this, I started doing some Kids' Camps with my nephews and a few of their friends. I love working with kids. Often, they are nicer to my stuff than adults! Maybe it's the way I teach...silly and fun.

Today is a Kids' Camp with about 6 kids, which is a small group for me, but we are going to have fun. I found out at the last event that their stamping skills have increased and I needed more advanced projects! This time, I decided to make one step-by-step card and two fun projects. One project gets them ready for school....a school survival kit, and one gets them ready to say goodbye to summer...a summer mini-scrapbook!


The mini-scrapbook is a paper bag scrapbook I bound with a file folder holder thingy. I had a box of them and they seemed easy to install. Plus, they look COOL! I just added scraps of Summer Picnic Paper and will finish using punches and other papers, etc. At the camp, we will decide what kinds of things should go into it and I (hopefully) will show what they came up with next week. The School Survival kit is also a free-form project. That means, each kid will decide what to do from a variety of retired papers and current stamps. For you Stampin' Up! addicts (like me) you'll notice I used a top note cut by my Big Shot! I love that die! Sometimes with kids we do everything step by step following a pattern. I know this group well and know how they'll treat my stuff, so I can spread out. They love just exploring. As a kid, I did, too!

I love doing birthday parties, too, especially when they have a theme!

Ahhh. I really am ready to go back to school and be with kids again!

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Something Wicked....

Not really, I mean, I'm just not quite in a halloweeeny mood. But, I did participate in a WICKED challenge over at Splitcoast (on the demonstrator forums). This is a cool challenge...three in one in fact. JanTInk (view her amazing and hilarious blog here) is the featured designer this month. She set up three challenges which we could do one by one or all at once. Me, I did them all at once. I'm still a little iffy on how it turned out. But I had fun...that's what counts!



She choose a color combo challenge of Kiwi Kiss, Perfect Plum, Tangerine Tango and So Saffron. Can you identify all of them on mine?

The next challenge was to use the sketch I used to layout my card.

The final challenge was a technique called moonlighting. (Punch a circle and place it on the spot you want white. Sponge around).

This entire card started with these challenges. Then I had to let it stew for a while...I wasn't feeling halloweeeny yet as I said and the whole moon concept seemed, well, halloweeeny. I then thought of using Lovely as a Tree. Been there. Done that. I really wanted to use this new set that I got at Convention. But a moon and a butterfly? The naturalist in me wouldn't go for it. I had a great card made with a sun until I reread the challenge. So, I tried a moon and guess what, I like it! Inspiration comes from everywhere!

Off to get going on a busy day!

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Yes, I have been Stamping!

This is my last week before returning to work as a middle school teacher, so my to do list has surpassed my time! This happens every year...the transition between summer's easy-going schedule to the rush of back to school.

I have been stamping, but I can't really show you yet what I spent the majority of the last two days on...besides family issues. In October, I have this important event that I made invitations for, and now just need to locate all addresses and send! When they go out, I'll post it.

To add to my to do list, I signed up for a Have a Ball in Fall scrapbook Swap. What was I thinking? The actual swap is due in September, but with the start of school, I had to get cracking. I started with one whole idea and the realized that I was out of Old Olive 12 x12. I didn't even embellish those pages, but will after I find pictures!

Instead, I went to a non-typical fall color combo---Brilliant Blue, Real Red, Old Olive, and Bashful Blue.

Where did I come up with that color combo? Summer Picnic Paper, of course! I decided that the Brilliant Blue was striking with the other colors in the paper. This allowed me to use all the reds I had saved up in the paper pack. The cool thing about Stampin' Up!'s paper is that you get so much, a ton of projects can be made with it!

I hope I'm not breaking the swap rules by showing it early, but I wanted to show that I do scrapbook! These pages will be for our annual apple picking trip in September...if we have one this year! I made my title "apples 2 apples" in reference to a fun game we play sometimes! I thought it worked out.

The other main thing taking up my time stampin'-wise is getting ready for a

Stamp and Scrapbook Sale

at my house

on Saturday, August 23

between 8-1.

If you are in the area and want some retired stuff or see my handmade crafts, stop by! I am off to clean the garage!

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Semi-Homemade Bag

At Convention, we decked out a bag...supercute! On Splitcoast, this week's demonstrator 3D project challenge was to decorate a bag!

Here's mine:

I have been a slacker on challenges lately and this one fit perfectly to cross one more thing off my to do list--make a bag for a gift for my upline Lori! She reads my blog so I can't tell you what goes in the bag. Ok. I'll give a hint--goodies from Convention!

This bag was made with the Seasonal Icons Holiday Bundle, a level 3 hostess set. This contains 6 pages of Designer Series Paper, a package of coordinating rub-ons, and a stamp set. It is fun to play around with as all Holidays are covered! Well, maybe not all, but the big ones!

I cut cardstock to fit the bag and then made a separator using my new scallop border punch. I tried to make rick rack, but wasn't good at lining it up correctly. I'm sure I just missed a trick! One got too wide, so I added a sliver of Baja Breeze, and in the end, I like it.

Ahhh...another cute project!

Time for bed,


Saturday, August 16, 2008

August's Workshop Samples!

I have a workshop for my cousin Tracy in Chippewa Falls today. This one will be fun, family, friends, and stamping! Tracy chose to have 2 cards for her projects, so I had some fun. At my workshops, I do a demonstration of one project that's more advanced which turns into a hostess gift. This way, I can show all the basics while WOWing my customers (hopefully). Everyone then makes 2 more projects. These are more simple, and easy to do.

I can't hold it in anymore! Here is the first card:

What's missing is the stick. This is a Popsicle card. I don't know who started them, but I first noticed them on Splitcoaststampers when Tart and Tangy was in the Summer Mini Catalog. I was using Tart and Tangy for a different project, so wanted to use another set. I love Party Hearty, and it seemed to fit the mood of this card, so I worked to make this set work! That little cupcake can be a pain, though. If only I had the 1 3/4 inch circle punch already! But, I don't, so I eventually figured out to use the 1 3/8 inch square punch and the corner rounder to make it cooler! I also non-characteristically added glitter. That cupcakes calls out for a little blitz!

Stamps: Party Hearty
Paper: Tangerine Tango, Whisper White
Ink: Tempting Turquoise, Green Galore Stampin' Write Markers
Accessories: 1 3/8 square punch, corner rounder punch, scallop punch, Popsicle stick, tempting turquoise ribbon, paper snips, dazzling diamonds, powder pal, two way glue

To show my crazy versatility:


We will make this one second, as as folks finish they can order! I CASED (copy and share everything) this card from nancylittrell. I changed a few things, but loved her background idea. She actually changed up a card she had previously made and I had that one saved as an idea to use some day! I had planned a different card using the Bella Rose Style Watch and then realized that I didn't have enough paper and that it was a pretty advanced card!

Here's what I used:

Stamps: Dreams du Jour

Ink: Chocolate Chip, Riding Hood Red, Kiwi Kiss, Bashful Blue

Paper: Chocolate Chip, Bella Rose DSP, Riding Hood Red, Kiwi Kiss, Whisper White

Accessories: Sponge Dauber, Blender Pen, 1 3/8 square punch, paper snips

I love this card, as it brings back the quilter in me and it has flowers, but isn't too frilly. It's really my style, other than the pink!

Happy Stampin'



Wednesday, August 13, 2008

My new Toy!

The other day, Monday to be exact, this was on the stairs:



I had been in the house for about 10 minutes before going upstairs and noticing. How could Bubba do that to me?

What's in the boxes? My Big Shot starter kit and dies! I love it. I just stared at it that night. I tried it out, making pennants and ornaments, and running around for more paper. I wanted a great project to show you all.

Ok, I've been playing and playing, and playing with my Big Shot. My table is covered in stuff that I tried. Unfortunately, I didn't really finish anything! I was playing around and experimenting. Today, I made myself finish a project. Here it is:

The Recipe for the Scallop Envelope Money Holder Card!
Stamps: Simply Scallops
Ink: Bashful Blue
Paper: Old Olive, Summer Picnic Designer Series Paper, Bashful Blue, Whisper White
Accessories: BIG SHOT, Birds and Blooms Sizzlits, Scallop Envelop Die, Bashful Blue Gingham Ribbon, Paper Snips, Sponge Dauber, Scallop Edge Punch
If you pull up on the blue envelope, it reveals a cute inside and a holder for cash. Gift Cards just won't fit, although I had hoped it would work for that! These little envelopes are so cute! I then glued one flap inside the other to create the holder. I used the bird and flowers from a different die to cut out those shapes. That was fun and easy. The rest is easy to figure out, I think.
But, once I got started, it was easier to finish up another project!
This is a cute way to give a treat to a friend. I used the Top Note Exclusive Die along with the Birds and Blooms die to create the accent. I used my Silver Styled Hodgepodge Hardware to create the center. Next, I placed the "for you" from Simply Scallops into a frame and added it. I love this tea and it happened to match my paper. (You know you are hooked on Stampin' Up! when you buy candies and teas to match your paper).
I am off to have more fun!

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

A Little Chocolate for my Hostesses!

Ok, I am a little late here with this post. I wanted to be ready Sunday, but alas, life. Need I say more? On Sunday, I held my annual Hostess Appreciation Party. I love this event, because these attendees are serious about stamping! They love so much and I owe so much to them. So, I always have a special project for them to make... This year, they also made a card per request. Back to the special project.... Drumroll.....






These chocolate purses are so fun. I've seen many forms, but mine is from a swap I tore apart for the template from Milwaukee Regionals. I didn't get the creator's name, so I can't give full credit. If you think it was yours, let me know. I love sharing ideas, but also believe it's important to give credit where credit is due.

These look tricky, but the hardest part is figuring out where to cut and then adding the brad. I've included complete instructions and a template in this file: Chocolate Box Purse Template


That way, no one has to tear theirs apart to figure it out! You can get 6 out of a 12 x 12 Designer Series Paper sheet, so they make great gifts!


Also, there were two cards that were a hit from my swaps. I am going to post them and give credit. A couple of the hostesses wanted to case these!


Here's number one...with one of my favorite stamp sets...Garden Whimsy. It's a trifold card and so cute!

Inside stage 2:Inside Stage 3:



The swap back gives credit to Nancy Alvarez of Davie Florida. What I love about this design is how the DSP is added for flair, not the focal point. Neato!

The other card is one using our new Square Scallop Punch:

And Baja Breeze cardstock. How she got the new punch and knew it was there...I don't know. The designer is Judy Prahl of Denmark, WI, just across Lake Winnebago from me!

Have fun stamping! I am off to play with my new toy. I've been having so much fun messing around, I haven't finished a full project yet!

Monday, August 11, 2008

The New Fall-Winter Idea Book and Catalog is Here!

Finally!

Ever since I first laid hands on it, I wanted to share. Then, my preorded boxes came and I still couldn't share! Yesterday, at my hostess appreciation party, last year's hostesses drooled over it. Not one of them wanted to order from the Spring-Summer one, once they got their hands on the new one. I really need to thank them, again, though, for a fun afternoon of talking stamps. I hope they are home playing with all the goodies they left with! I will post a picture of our special project with a template, when I can. My computer and camera are currently having a disagreement that seems unresolvable.

Ok, here's the cover:



Beautiful right? And the right hand side of the cover has a scallop punch. So cute!

As you page through it, the experience gets better and better!

My wish list is long...two columns, single spaced! Good thing I get a discount! I love the new silhouette style watch...very natural and me! There are so many ideas running around my head, that I can't decide what to do at my workshop this weekend!

You can see the catalog online for free by clicking the cover to the right. If you want a catalog, email me. To mail it, I charge $10, which gets me back my costs. You an get it free for booking a workshop or joining a club. My scrapbook club starts in Green Bay on August 22nd. Check out my event calendar for details. OR,

You can attend my GET THE SCOOP Open House on Friday, August 15th anytime between 4 and 9pm.

What's new?

Ribbon, lots of great ribbon. New chipboard. New stamps. New In colors. New project ideas. As one person put it yesterday, "You could spend days just looking at it.

Stampin' Up! also launched "Celebrando creatividad," a Spanish catalog. So cool. I particularly love the pinata stamp! That, too, will be added to my wish list!

Specials.... Oh my! For the first time ever, Stampin' Up! has created a sale for 10 new sets immediately! You can get 15% off these Never Seen Before Sets. My, they are cute! Click on the Never Seen Before Link to get a pdf of the promotion.

Finally, Stampin' Up! has two other great promotions for those of you who have been thinking about becoming a demonstrator (I highly recommend it). You can purchase a starter kit for $99. The details are in the flyer to the left. This would be the perfect beginning if you have a bunch of stuff already. Otherwise, the regular $199 starter kit is the best deal Stampin' Up! has. In it, you get $350 worth of stuff! Plus, until October 11th, you get to pick an EXTRA FREE STAMP SET! So cool!

Gosh, this is sounding like a newsletter. I'm just pretty excited that's all. Have fun stampin! I have to get working a some great stuff to post tomorrow. Hint: I got a new toy today!

Friday, August 8, 2008

New Style Watch: Bella Rose

What have I been doing? Working. Then cleaning, unpacking, and trying to get my life in order once again. Sorry I haven't been as good at posting, but I really didn't stamp this week! GASP! That all changes right now, though.



Here is what I have been working on:

I can't disclose what these little books contain. Why? They are presents for my Scrapbooking Club members! (Our first meeting is coming up and there is still room.) But, the covers were so cute and I did spend a few hours (ug) on the bindings today!

Stamps: Dreams du Jour
Paper: Bella Rose Designer Paper, Riding Hood Red, Chocolate Chip, Kiwi Kiss, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Brown, Riding Hood Red, Pink Pirouette, Kiwi Kiss, Chocolate Chip, Versamark
Accessories: Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Gun, Powder Pal, Small Oval, Vintage Brads, Sponge Daubers, Paper Snips

Now, I never buy non-Stampin' Up! stuff. I find that Stampin' Up! has everything I need. However, for 4 years, I have drooled over a machine called a Bind-It-All. I love the plastic binding machine at school, but this one does metal! I finally caved when a good deal from Stephanie came my way. I just got it and had to try it. If you look closely, you'll see how the learning curve I had was steep, but I overcame! That's why they took so long to finish up!

Off to stamp! (or clean)

TWO DAYS LEFT!

That's it! Count 'em. Saturday. Sunday. Can you believe it? Two days left of the 2008Spring-Summer Catalog! If you have any retired sets, discontinued accessories, or IN COLORS you love and want, email or call me with an order by 6 pm on Sunday. I will be placing my last order out of the Spring Summer Catalog about 7 pm that day.

Will you miss Groovy Guava, Blue Bayou, Wild Wasabi, River Rock, Purely Pomegranate, or Soft Sky? Have you stocked up on paper?

I meant to have some examples of retiring sets this week on my blog, but two things got in the way--WORK and the fact that all of my retiring sets are packed up and off to Marshfield for the Semi-Annual Stamp Sale! My upline Sandy will hold this sale at her house in Auburndale August 13 and 14th from 5-8 pm. Her address is Sandy Poehnelt
11229 North Road, Auburndale, WI. There are over 10 demonstrators who submitted retired stuff!

On the flip side, Monday August 11th, brings a the SPECTACULAR Fall-Winter 2008 Idea Book and Catalog. If you would like a copy, attend my

GET THE SCOOP OPEN HOUSE
Friday, August 15
4-9 pm (stop by anytime)
ideas, catalogs, a game or two, incentives, and a cool new make-n-take!

For the next two weeks, I will be home during the week, so contact me if you'd like to pick up a copy!



Monday, August 4, 2008

Whew~! Convention was a BLAST!

I am exhausted and home! I loved Celebrate 08! but it feels really fabulous to be home on the couch typing a post. Really good. Almost as good as sorting through my swaps from Convention. I have so many great ideas that my head is swimming!

From minute one, the atmosphere was fun and exciting. I got there later on check-in day than I had hoped, but got my convention bag with all the great free goodies: stamps, a pen, pins, a workbook, NEW CATALOG, and more. I then decided to join the Memento Mall line, which was easy to do, since it wrapped around the entire first floor hallway! I waited for over 2 1/2 hours! But it was well-worth it. I bought exclusive convention stuff, a workshop tote, pens, and clothes. These are amazing items, high quality and matching our new paper! Anyone who knows me that standing in line isn't my thing, and are probably wondering how I survived! BY SWAPPING of course! I carried my big tote and swapped for over half the ones I had brought. It was so fun!


Convention started for real the next day with an opening session, which was simply amazing, energizing, and inspiring. Shelli (Co-founder and CEO), made several announcements:


1. She's starting a blog! You can be inspired by her as well at http://www.soshelli.com/. Check it out!


2. Our next mini catalog (available in September) will have a Signature Shelli line of products. She has a vintage and classy style, so these products will be fun to see and use!


3. Stampin' Up! has partnered with Country Living for a 21 page spread in the Holiday issue and a stamp set promotion! I can't wait to see what this package will be! Two years ago, the Autumn Blessings set was beautiful!


The buzz was everywhere...even lunch. At our tables, we got cupcakes celebrating Stampin' Up! Yep, they were yummy!


That night, we had an awards night. This was particularly inspiring for me as I build my business. Yes, I can really help support my family from this "hobby."


Friday brought another amazing general session. A Stampin' Up! band got the party started, (even I danced). Shelli made the most amazing announcement of all. The crowd went wild!


DRUM ROLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL


Stampin' Up! has partnered with Sizzix, to offer the Big Shot for Stampin' Up! which is a cool die cut machine. She showed us amazing examples and projects. Stampin' Up! will offer 7 exclusive dies and 29 Sizzix dies in the fall. I got to preorder mine right away with a Convention deal! (Just another reason to love being a demonstrator). Hopefully it arrives for my Open House on August 15th!


The afternoon began our classes and then we went out to eat as a group. There were 15 of us in the Stampin' Celebrities group. We ate at the Blue Iguana, even Bubba joined us. (More on this event after I scrapbook it).


Saturday finished off our classes and make n' takes with our new stamps! My gosh that was fun!


The closing session had a game show, great presentations, and one final amazing announcement by Shelli. To celebrate Stampin' Up!'s 20th Anniversary, UPS gave us another FREE stamp set! How cool! The crowd really went wild on this one!

Happy Stampin' I am off to sleep!




Saturday, August 2, 2008

Party Hearty!

Are you tired of my swaps yet?

The Thursday before I left, I found out there was an extra spot in my 12x12 swap, so decided to whip up another page. I must say, I love what I came up with!

Without further ado:


This page started with the idea I wanted to use my new Bella Rose paper, but...not the flowery stuff. I wanted to show how much can be done withe one pack of Stampin' Up! Designer Series Paper. Can you believe this page is from the same pack as the flowery stuff I posted previously? This is the cool part of 2 sided paper. If one side is too flowery, there's always something more on the back. I first chose the red and pink "tablecloth" paper. I usually add a stripe, so this time, I decided to add a square. I went to my cutter and WHOOSH...a 4x4 square.

Then what? Lots of thinking.....Thinking...Thinking..... I remembered and image from a card that used circles to create a cool look. I decided to try it on my own. I created the bottom border. How fun. (and funny that I used my circle punches again). The Party Hearty stamp set (to be in the next catalog) that I earned from the Regionals event I attended in April seemed perfect. I had been wanting to use it and this was the perfect opportunity. I then had a color scheme once I made the border piece, so added the Pacific Point 5x7 area and then thought, "What do I do with the lower left 4 x 3 rectangle? This hat stamp was perfect. I added a Bashful Blue brad for a little fun. The page didn't seem fully balanced, so I added the B is for Birthday part. (Which is the stamp I had planned to use from the start, but changed my mind and changed it back again).

Next, I made 11 more pages. Overall, it took about 3 hours. Not bad. All I need to do, is take a couple of pictures (one large and vertical) and one square and smaller and add them in! Done!

Stamps: Party Hearty
Ink: Pacific Point, Kiwi Kiss
Paper: Bashful Blue, Kiwi Kiss, Pacific Point, Riding Hood Red, Whisper White
Accessories: ½ inch Circle Punch, 1 ¼ Circle Punch, 1 3/8 Circle Punch, ¾ Circle Punch, Coluzzle, Dimensionals

I then spent some searching the Splitcoast gallery for the card I had seen! Inspired by a card by Julie Davison, aka Juls716 which you can see for yourself by clicking here.

Friday, August 1, 2008

Always Scrappin'!

Today is the day of the Month when I announce the Stamp Set of the Month. This month I decided to pick one that I loved out of the Spring Summer 2008 Idea Book and Catalog and that would carry through into the Fall-Winter 2008 Idea Book and Catalog (which I got in my grubby hands this week....awesome!!!!)

The Stamp Set of the Month is....Always. This is an amazing set. It is so versatile!
Check it out! This photo has two of the projects you'll make at the Stamp Set of the Month Club. The meeting date is Saturday, August 30th from 10-12 or 2-4. The cost is $30 and due by August 15th, so I can order your set. Your rubber will be mounted and ready to go! I will also have all the cardstock, ink, and accessories ready to go. Email me to sign up for this club. If you choose the By Mail option, postage will cost $8.00.

We will also be making this set of cute cards:

In addition, I will have 2 more projects that are a surprise!

Oh my golly! I almost forgot! Look back to the first picture. See that scrapbook page? That's one of my Convention Swaps! I signed up for a 12 x 12 page organized swap, which means I have designated group to hand these out to. I am very excited about it as I love getting new scrapbooking ideas. Well, when I started this project, I needed at least 2 layers and one embellishment, but I didn't know what was retiring! I decided instead to figure out ways to make stamping a focal point of my scrapbooking. First, I created my own background paper to use an accent with the berry/twig stamp. I chose a contrasting color palette with bashful blue verses Always Artichoke and Mellow Moss (which we call color duos). The funny thing was, I needed more cardstock and ordered Always Artichoke instead of Mellow Moss, not once but twice. So, when I made the 11 pages for the swap, some of the green layers are reversed. Cool enough it still works.

Ahhh.. Enjoy August!


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