Thursday, July 30, 2009
Well, there is still another month left of summer vacation before school starts for the kiddos around here.....big sigh of relief from my daughter, that's for sure!! But today's CCDesigns sneak peek has us thinking about September!!
This set is called School Days and was designed by our new and totally talented artist, Diem Pascarella!! She's done a great job with these cuties!
I chose to play with this adorable bookworm image, because ...... well, because that's me when I'm not stampin'!! I just wish I was that skinny! Hahaha!
I stamped the little wormie on CCDesigns Copic paper using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured him in using my Copic markers. I used the My Mind's Eye papers for colour inspiration and here are the Copic numbers I used: YG01, YG03, R27 and YR14. The card base is Blue Bayou in A2 size and I accented with Real Red and Pumpkin Pie. I added some striped grosgrain ribbon, added a trio of brads and pop dotted the main layer. The finishing touch on this one was the crystal lacquer that I added to his glasses!! Now, doesn't he remind you of Aaden on Jon and Kate Plus 8??? Emileigh and I just adore Aaden and his glasses!! He's our favourite boy of the sextuplets!
Well, I'm off to work all day again today....*hmph*! But I'm working towards a long weekend and it will soon be here!! Yay!
OH! P.S. I'm heading over to the Rubber Stamp Convention in Novi, Michigan on Saturday!! Anyone else planning to be there????
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Today marks the start of the sneak peeks for August release stamps by CCDesigns!! One of the great things about designing for All That Scraps, is that Christine gets our stamps to us so far in advance that we have lots of time to play with them. It's painful for me though, to have to hang on to these adorable images and keep them secret until the next month!! Heehee! But today I can finally show you one of my favourite stamps from this release...........her name is Liesel!!
Liesel is one of the new Swiss Pixies and there is also a new Heidi stamp being released at the same time. I will show you my card using her on release day! I stamped Liesel on the AWESOME CCDesigns Copic paper. This is one of my first times using it and I LOOOOOOVE it!
The designer papers I used are by Cosmo Cricket and the copics I used to colour her are: E00, R20, R37, E42, E43, R81, YG95, BG10, BG72, BG18 and YR14. I coloured her in and then used a tiny flower punch and attached them with brads to fill up her wheelbarrow with blooms. The layout is a Kimmie Original, so feel free to use it...*giggle*. The card base is a 6x6 Kraft base with Blue Bayou and some mauvey pink Bazzill for matting. I added some Blue Bayou stitched grosgrain ribbon, pop dotted everything and added this fabulous sentiment!
Don'tcha love Liesel???? Now hop on over to the ATS Blog and check out some more designs using the new Swiss Pixies. Then be sure to leave a comment as you could WIN them!!
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Okay, here it is!!! I was finally able to get my pictures up!! yaaaaaaaaaay!! Sorry it's so late....
I'm not sure if you know this, but every month my pal Tara and I do a little challenge. One of us sends the images and the other sends the papers...then we see what each of us comes up with using the same image and papers!! So this month, Tara sent me some fairy images by Paper Makeup Stamps and this one we used is called Sprout! I believe that The Town Scrapper carries this line of stamps. So I sent Tara these summery papers by Inque Boutique and the combination is fab!!
The fairy image is stamped on Wausau paper using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and I coloured her in using coordinating Copic markers. The colours I used are: E000, R20, E42, E43, BG11, BG23, Y32, YR12, G20 and G82.
I used my Nesties to cut it out and emboss it, then I went over the embossed area using BG11. I card base is a 6x6 Bazzill yellow cardstock and I layered several of the different double sided papers. I used some frilly cream ribbon, added some layered Prima flowers and used my label punch and hardware for the sentiment layer. I finished it off by making her wings sparkle with my Stardust Sakura gel pen. Oh and I pop dotted the main layer....like you didn't know that was coming!
Now be sure to hop over to Tara's blog and check out her gorgeous creation!!
Unfortunately this post will be late! I'm having camera issues.....grrrrr! The wonderful Tara has her card posted up on her blog but my technical difficulties are preventing me from sharing mine with you at the moment! I'm going to scream!!
I am rushing out the door, off to work right now so I don't have time to fiddle, but will try to get it fixed this evening!!! I'm so sorry!
Pop on over to Tara's blog and have a peek at her gorgeous card and pretend mine is here!!
I am rushing out the door, off to work right now so I don't have time to fiddle, but will try to get it fixed this evening!!! I'm so sorry!
Pop on over to Tara's blog and have a peek at her gorgeous card and pretend mine is here!!
One of the best things about summer, is all the ice cream treats!! Don't you think so? My favourite is an ice cream sandwich. What's yours??? One of the cute new images from the Magnolia Summer Kit has Tilda with a yummy popsicle, so I decided to ink her up this weekend.
I stamped her on the CCDesigns Copic Paper which is SO white and super thick and it really works perfectly with my Copic markers. I paired her up with some new Doodlebug papers and I think the colours are perfect for a summery card. The Copic markers I used are: E00, R20, E40, E41, E42, E43, YR20, B52, YG11 and RV11.
The card base is a 6x6 square in Kraft cardstock and I used light blue and mauvey pink Bazzill cardstocks for matting. The layout is from this week's Friday Sketchers challenge and worked perfectly for this image and the papers. I attached some Prima hydrangeas with Basic Grey brads, added some celery twill at the bottom, pop dotted everything and added a Tim Holtz ticket in the corner. I finished it off by adding some sparkle to the ice cream treat using my Stardust Sakura gel pen.
Well, I'm off to work all day today, so no stamping fun for me. Boo. But then I have Wednesday off...yaaaaaay! And be sure to come back on Wednesday because I'll have a CCDesigns sneak peek of some of the new August release stamps!!!
Monday, July 27, 2009
I mentioned last week that I was helping my Mom throw a baby shower for my sister-in-law, right? Well, it was on Saturday and I just wanted to share a few pictures. I didn't get a lot of great ones as I was running around doing games and helping with presents and all that good stuff, but I've done the best with the ones I did get.
A lot of people have been asking about the diaper cake, so I'll show that first. I'd seen a lot of great designs on the internet, so I decided to make one for Rita. I used the size one diapers...you know, the teeny tiny ones....and it took 131 diapers to make it, so pretty much two packages. But I did make it a little bigger than most. It has three tiers with a bottle of lotion in the middle of the first layer and it goes up through the middle of the second layer also. Then there is a little bottle in the middle of the top layer with rubber duckies on the top. Each diaper is rolled up and tied with pink curling ribbon and then all tied in place in each tier. I made bands to go around each layer with pink cardstock and patterned paper.
I strung up four soothers with pink curling ribbon and lots of bunches of curls. The 'lollipops' you see were also party favours at each place at the tables. They are made using the dollar store baby washcloths, rolled up and wound around, taped and then taped to wooden dowels at the back. We then covered them with pink tulle and tied with the curling ribbon. The finishing touch was the fact that I personalized it by creating a streamer coming down the front with the baby's name on it, Victoria. I used one of my alphabets and my punches to create it. The diaper cake was a lot of work but everyone loved it, especially the mom.
Also the centerpieces were made using glass bowls with pink stones in the bottom and floating baby rubber duckies with pink ribbon around their necks. Then we sprinkled baby shower confetti around them. So cute.
There was SO much great food but the best part (for me) was probably the cake. It was a vanilla cake with strawberries inside and chocolate covered strawberries on the top. It says 'Coming Soon, Sweet Baby Victoria'. Yummmmm.
We played a few fun games...not too many for the party poopers....and Rita opened lots of wonderful gifts for the new baby. I also made her a ready-made scrapbook. I used an 8x8 pink scrapbook and completed all 20 pages using Baby Safari papers and embossed stickers and SU cardstock and added journalling boxes that say 1 month, 2 month...all the way to 12 months...., so that all she has to do is stick in the pictures. Lastly here is a picture of the four of us....Rita, Mom, Me and Emileigh. You'll have to forgive the fact that it's at the end of the afternoon, after we'd been running around like crazy....and my hair is a droopy mess. Sorry. *insert eye roll*
Well, Victoria is due to arrive on September 16th and Aunt Kim, Cousin Emileigh and Nana Diana can't wait to meet her...heehee!!
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Well, I am home again after throwing the baby shower yesterday for my sister-in-law. It went very, very well and I will probably have some pictures to show you tomorrow!
I hope you are having a lovely summer weekend wherever you may be. It's a rather stormy and rainy one here in Southwestern Ontario. I thought we might even lose our power a little while ago, but it seems to have passed now.
This week's wonderful challenge from Nikki is called Sparkle and Shine!! So obviously this was an easy one for me, as I loooooooove my sparkles!!!
I stamped Bearly Swooshin' on Neenah smooth cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured him in using my Copic markers. I used my Deckled Rectangle Nesties to cut him out and emboss him and coloured right to the edge of the embossing, leaving a white frame. The Copic markers I used are: E50, E51, W3, W5, BG000, BG01, E55, G20 and YG25.
All the cardstock I used is Bazzill Bling and the patterned papers are by Dream Street. I just love the colour combo! I punched out some snowflakes using my large Marvy punch, added Diamond Dust Twinklets to them and also to the snow on the main layer. I stamped the sentiment, pop dotted everything and added a trio of glittery brads. Is that enough sparkle for ya??!! Haha!!
Now hop on over to the High Hopes Blog and check out all the eye candy that the Divas have left ya! Then get stampin' as you could win some yummy rubber goodness!!
Friday, July 24, 2009
....I'd Pick You!! Don't you love Milton's Fall Harvest?! I think the moose images that Crissy draws for High Hopes are some of my absolute favourites!!
I chose some plaid Three Bugs in a Rug patterned paper as my inspiration and worked the card around it. The card base is a 6x6 Real Red square with Kraft cardstock for matting.
I stamped Milton on Neenah smooth cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and used my Copic markers to colour him in. The colours I used are: E31, E34, E40, E42, E43, E25, E27, R24, R27, R29, R21, G82 and BG72.
I sponged the frame of the focal layer and also the dp using Antique Linen ink. I stamped the sentiment on the Kraft layer, added some Kraft taffeta ribbon and also attached some Prima hydrangeas with Basic Grey brads. Then I layered the main image on Close to Cocoa cardstock and pop dotted it!! Isn't he a sweetie??
Well, I'm off super early this morning to head to London for an all day CPR recertification course....blech. I hate this kind of stuff. I wouldn't mind just sitting there and talking and watching movies but it's when you have to get up in front of the class and do stuff on the mannequins that weirds me out. Ugh.
Anyhoo, tonight the girls (my daughter and her BFF) and I are driving to my parents' house about an hour and a half away, as tomorrow we are throwing my sister-in-law a baby shower. We have lots to do and tomorrow morning I won't be posting as I'll be too busy doing shower stuff, but I'll be back with the High Hopes challenge on Sunday.
Have a super weekend!!
Thursday, July 23, 2009
It's kind of odd to be playing with Hallowe'en stamps at this time of year, but now that I broke in this new Lizzie Anne Designs set, I wanna keep playin'!! I love the fall season...it's my favourite!!
Here is another sneaky peek at a new LAD stamp set that's being released this weekend. If you like that spooky time of year, you'll love the images and scaaaary fonts in Hallow's Eve!!
The card base is a 6x6 Basic Black square card and I pulled out a bunch of different cool patterns of papers. I cut them down into different sized rectangles and just placed them willy nilly on the card. That's my favourite kind of layout! The 'willy nilly layout'!! Haha! I stamped the spooky tree silhouette stamp on some of the dp, layered it and pop dotted it. I added some sheer orange, purple and black ribbons, stamped the super awesome sentiment and added a pumpkin snap by WeRMemorykeepers at the bottom. I'm in the mood now...I think I'm ready for some candy!!
Be sure to hop over to the LAD Blog and check out some other cool designs featuring more new sets!!
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
I'm so excited to share a sneak peek with you today!! Lizzie Anne Designs is releasing six new Little Bits stamp sets and three new coordinating digital paper packs on Saturday, July 25th!!
Today I am sharing this adorable set called Cute as a Bug!! It comes with several adorable bugs like a butterfly, a dragonfly, a bee, a ladybug, an inchworm and my favourite, a snail! And of course the font for the sentiments is swirly and perfect!
The first card uses the snail that I love so much! I chose some fantastic patterned paper by Kaisercraft and used it as inspiration for colouring the snail with my Copics. I used R81, R83, G20 and E42. The card base is Chocolate Chip with Regal Rose and green Bazzill for matting. I added three buttons with brown linen thread and pop dotted the main layer and the awesome sentiment!
The second card uses the inchworm or centipede...whatever you want to call it. I don't know about you but I think it's the cutest centipede I've ever seen! The ones I see around here are suuuuuuuper creepy!! haha! So I used some WeRMemorykeepers patterned paper for inspiration and coloured the image using R83, BG11 and R27. The card base is Kraft cardstock and the light turquoise bands are by Bazzill. I pop dotted the patterned paper, added a couple layers of Prima flowers and a button brad, rounded a couple of the corners on the main layer which is also pop dotted and stamped the sentiment directly on the base.
So cute, right?? Cute as a BUG!!! Haha!! Be sure to hop over to the LAD Blog to check out other samples for this and another awesome summer set!! Then come back tomorrow for another peek!
P.S. Did you hear about the new Monthly Mix Stamp Club???????
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
So my friend (and fellow enabler) Angela, stamped me a few Magnolia images a while back. Well, I fell in love with them and had to purchase this one in particular! So cute!
I got this one from Phebe at The Town Scrapper and she has lots of Magnolias in stock! Just email me if you'd like her direct phone number or email address! I'm happy to help another stamper get their hands on some rubbah!! I also got the lovely patterned paper from Phebe too. It's the DCWV Nana's Kitchen stack and so soft and pretty!
The base is a 6x6 green Bazill Bling square card and I also used So Saffron for matting. I used the basic layout from this week's Friday Sketchers design, which uses that large curved layer. I love that look and I'm going to have to use curves and circles more often.
I stamped Tilda on this awesome new Copic paper from All That Scraps. It is FAN-freakin'-tastic, this paper ....and so thick! It's so white and the ink really grabs and makes a nice stark image. There's nothing worse than a faded image. I coloured her with my Copic markers and these are the numbers I used: E00, R20, E41, E42, E43, B000, B00, B01, G82 and Y23.
I added some little buttons with some blue Scrapper's Floss, attached some Prima hydrangeas with Basic Grey brads, added some wide grosgrain ribbon and pop dotted the main layer. I loooove her. Don't you?
Monday, July 20, 2009
Happy Monday stampers! Ick. I hate Mondays. But I only have to work the afternoon today, so I have a little time to stamp between loads of laundry this morning. What are you doing?
I just ADORE this new Ameican Cowthic stamp from High Hopes. And I have the perfect sentiment to go with it! *giggle*
I stamped the image on Neenah smooth cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. The colour combination is inspired by the retired Stampin' Up patterned papers I used which were from a Simply Scrappin' Kit. The card base is a 6x6 Basic Black square with an olive Bazzill layer, then Purely Pomegranate. I also used some Soft Sky and ran it through my Cuttlebug using a paisley embossing folder. The layout is a Kimmie Original, so feel free to use it and be sure to let me see what you make!
I coloured the image with my Copic markers and here are the numbers I used: C1, C3, C5, C7, W1, W5, E01, BG93, BG10, Y21 and E31.
I pop dotted the focal layer, attached some Prima flowers using Basic Grey brads and added a row of wonky ribbon pleating. So.... Cow Ya Doin'??? Heehee.
Well, yesterday was my day off and I spent the entire day in my craft room. Well, actually I moved downstairs to the livingroom because I ran out of room in here! Baahahaa! Actually Emileigh and I watched a movie together while I worked on a baby scrapbook on the coffee table for my sister-in-law. Mom and I are throwing her a shower on Saturday and we have much to do. I finished the scrapbook in the afternoon, that's part of her gift, along with a giant diaper cake. The cake itself is made, I just have to decorate it. I'll post pictures when I'm finished!!
Have a super stampy Monday!!
Sunday, July 19, 2009
Happy High Hopes Sunday, stampers!! It's time for another super challenge from High Hopes and guess who is the hostess with the mostess for this week?? Well, it's ME of course!! Hahaha!!
I love the summer months, the sunshine, playing outdoors, wearing my sunglasses and my shorts....but this week I want you to think about snow, hats and gloves, presents and winter!!! This week's theme is Christmas in July!!! I know some people get started on their holiday cards early....not me....so this is quite a challenge! So pull out your holiday themed High Hopes stamps and let's see what ya got!
I adore this new image of Mudzie and Choppers, two of my favourite characters drawn by Crissy! I had been whining about wanting to see more stamps with them....do you think she listened?? Hehe! I stamped Mudzie and Choppers Carolling on Neenah smooth cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured them in using my Copic markers to coordinate with the patterned papers. The dp I used is retired from Stampin' Up but I love it, so I horded it and now I still have some to play with. I love the rich colours in it!
The Copic marker colours I used were: E31, E33, E34, E35, E25, E27, E41, E42, R30, YG95, R29 and BG75.
The card base is a 6x6 Chocolate Bazzill cardstock square with Olive for matting. I used my Nesties to create the focal layer using Real Red for matting. I added some olive ribbon, two brown corduroy buttons with linen thread, pop dotted the main layer and stamped the sentiment on the bottom.
If you play along with our challenge this week, you have a chance of winning these new High Hopes stamps featured on my card!! So turn up your air conditioning, put your favourite winter sweater on, grab some hot cocoa, turn on the Christmas music and get stampin'!!!
Be sure to hop on over to the High Hopes blog to check out the wonderful inky inspiration provided by our lovely Divas!! Happy Holidays!! *giggle*
Friday, July 17, 2009
Well, last night's class at Scrappin' Great Deals was a HOOT!! Wasn't it ladies?? We were full again, as usual and we made four really great cards. The gals seemed to really enjoy themselves....I know I did.
Today's card features a sweet stamp set from The Greeting Farm. It's called Hope and Grace and it's the first time I inked them up. The sketch is actually from a challenge from somewhere and I made it a week or so ago, so I can't remember where I found the layout now...hehe.
The card base is Purely Pomegranate and the teal colour I used for matting is by Bazzill. The patterned paper is from the new Lemonade line by Basic Grey. I used my Nesties to cut out the popped up layer with Regal Rose for the matting and added some PPomegranate ribbon. I stamped Hope on Neenah smooth cardstock and coloured her in using the dp as inspiration. The Copic marker colours I used are: E00, R20, BG11, BG13, R39, R81, R83, E25 and E27.
I cut Hope out and pop dotted her on the focal layer. I stamped the sentiment on dp and used my oval punches to cut them out, then pop dotted them too. I finished it off by adding a trio of tiny Basic Grey buttons!
Well, it's a rainy one here in Ontario today. That's okay, because I have to go to work anyway. Ick. Hope you have stampin' good Friday!!
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Good Thursday morning stampers! Firstly, I just want to tell you that I took the girls to see the new Harry Potter movie yesterday! We got there early (already ordered our tickets online) and stood in line so we could get good seats. When they opened the doors, Emileigh went right into the theatre and got seats in the very back row in the middle....it was fabulous....and Kelsey and I made a bee-line for the concession stand and got our pop and popcorn. When the show finally started, we were so excited! Kelsey has never read the books (*gasp*...I know), but Emileigh and I know them back to front and it's so amazing to see your favourite characters and stories come to life on the big screen. Well....we all agreed that this was EASILY the best movie yet. It was simply fantastic and we can't wait until it comes out on DVD! Have you seen it....what did you think??
Anyhoo, on to today's card. This one features stamps from the newly released Bumble B. Bear set from Cookie Crumbs Designs at All That Scraps. Diane Zechman designed these adorable bears and bees and some wonderfuls sentiments to go with them. I used the beehive and the bee to create the focal layer. The card base is A2 sized in Basic Black with some yellow Bazzill cardstock for layering. I stamped the images on Neenah Solar Crest smooth white cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured them in with my Copics. I used: C3, C5, YR20, YR21, YR23 and R85. I used my Nesties to cut it out and added a scalloped layer of Regal Rose. I stamped the sentiment and punched it out with my Word Window punch and pop dotted everything. I added some buttons with hemp twine, some velvet ric rack and finished it off by outlining parts of the image with my Stardust Sakura gel pen.
Now for the super exciting news!!! Christine at All That Scraps has designed and put together for the very first time, an adorable Stamp Kit!!! It's all about Fall and will take you from School to Hallowe'en to lots of Fall Fun and it features the very popular Emma and Trevor Sugarplum stamps!! You can get some peeks at some of the images here on the blog and I can tell you that you will receive 5 Emmas, 3 Trevors, 6 accessory images and a set of coordinating sentiments. This is a limited edition Stamp Kit and is only available for purchase from now until July 28th and will ship soon after purchase. These images will not be available again until our September release and at that time they will only be available as individual stamps. I have seen them all and trust me.....you want them!! I can't WAIT until they arrive in MY mailbox!! Heehee!
Alrighty, is that enough excitement for one day?? I've got a class to teach tonight, so I'll be spending my day packing my stuff up and preparing to teach my cards. Maybe I'll also get a little bit of stamping done in between several loads of laundry! Heehee! Have a super stampy Thursday!!!
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
I haven't had a chance to do much stampin' lately. Summertime is so busy with lots to do outside and places to go....and of course work always gets in the way. So if I skip a day of blogging here and there throughout the summer, I'm not gonna stress about it. And I hope you'll keep checking back in anyway, here at Kraftin' Kimmie's Korner.
This card was made this weekend while my parents were visiting. Mom and I had a little (and I do mean little) bit of time to spend in my crafting sanctuary. It's so rare that we get to do that but I so enjoy it.
I stamped the Heidi and Madison image, which is from the new release from High Hopes, on Neenah Solar white smooth cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. The patterned papers that I used are from Cosmo Cricket...the Girl Friday collection, I believe. I used Kraft cardstock for the 6x6 base and Blue Bayou for the large layer, then Pumpkin Pie for matting the main image. I sponged Antique Linen ink on everything and then used my open scissors on all the edges to distress them. I stamped the sentiment on green, pop dotted everything, added buttons and hemp twine and finished it off by adding a row of piercing at the top and bottom. The Copic markers I used to colour them are: E00, R20, E41, E43, E44, R83, R37, YR14, BG18 and YG95.
Well, today is the release of the newest Harry Potter movie and Emileigh and I are stoked!! It's always our tradition to see the movie on opening day. We buy tickets ahead of time, go early and stand in line so that we get good seats (take that to read that we get seats in the very back row, because there's nothing worse than having some loser kicking the back of your seat through a 2 1/2 hour show!) and enjoy the movie we've been waiting yeeeeears for!! They say it's the best one yet....I let ya know tomorrow!!
Have a stampin' good Wednesday!!!
Monday, July 13, 2009
NO, I'm not tootin' my own horn or anything......High Hopes named a stamp after me!!! Can you believe it??!! I was so excited when the new release stamps went live on the HH website on Friday night and I saw the name attached to this little girl stamp! I just can't contain myself! I've been immortalized in rubber!! Could there BE anything more special for a stamper??? (Said in my best Chandler Bing impression!) I wonder how I'd look in braids....hmmmm.
So I used Thoughtful Kimmie and several other new release stamps to create the scene on this card, which I'll be teaching at the Copics class this week at Scrappin' Great Deals!
All the cardstock used on this card is Bazzill regular cardstock or Bling and the patterned paper is by October Afternoon. Firstly, I stamped the Country Stand on Wausau bright white cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Then I stamped Thoughtful Kimmie, Bucket of Sunflowers, Poppies and Daisy separately, coloured them and cut them out. I also stamped Fresh Picked on the top of the stand itself.
To colour the wood, I coloured the entire area using E31, then streaked overtop with E33, E43 and E57, then went over it all again using E31. That techique seemed to turn out really well. Then I placed Kimmie (heehee) in the stand and layered the three buckets of flowers in front, pop dotting the middle one. The rest of the Copic markers I used are: E00, R20, R85, R21, YG03, Y35, E25, E99, C1, C2, BG13 and BG72.
I added some corner punches, a border using my Fiskars punch and some frilly ribbon across the middle. Then I pop dotted the main layer! Ain't she a pretty picture??
As I said, this class is on Thursday night, July 16th at 6:30pm and there are only a couple of spots left. We'll be making this card and also this card, plus two more as designed by Andrea. So call Sheila today before we're all filled up!
OH and the winner of my Emileigh stamp giveaway is.............Margaret De Witt who said "How cool is that Kimmie!! Your daughter must be so thrilled to have a stamp made after her. Love your card too." Congratulations Margaret and be sure to email me with your shipping information!
Alrighty then, I'm off to work this afternoon, so I plan to do a little stampin' this morning in between a couple of loads of laundry. Have a super stampy Monday!!!
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