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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

For the Love of Chocolate

Nothing's better than hot cocoa when your chilled to the bones! And these adorable marshmallows make the thought even more irresistible!

Marshmallows Bring A Smile

Stamps: Cocoa Cup (H223), Cocoa & Marshmallows saying (H231), Marty the Marshmallow (D424), Interlocking Snowflake background (H015) - All stamps from DRS Designs
Paper: white, bashful blue, creamy caramel, pretty in pink
Ink: Palette burnt umber, bashful blue, Copic markers
Accessories: taffeta ribbon, white gel pen, CM custom cutting system, dimensionals

Fall into Chocolate

Stamps: Cocoa Cup (H223), Marty the Marshmallow (D424), Chocolate Chip background (H361), Fall into Chocolate greeting (F338), Open Heart Border (H342) - All Stamps DRS Designs
Paper: white, creamy caramel, pretty in pink
Ink: Palette burnt umber, creamy caramel, Copic markers, chocolate chip marker for the dots
Accessories: ribbon, CM custom cutting system, SU scallop edge punch

I hope your holidays have been bright and that your new year is even brighter!

Some Brand New Favorites

I haven't had much time on the computer today, but I had to find at least some time for cruising. The day just wouldn't be complete. Hopefully I'll have more time tomorrow to get more posted. :)

Tuesday, December 29

jodi r.
Petal Pusher
stampin fool


Another Holiday Surprise!

Did you see the exciting news?!? I've been ready to burst with excitement for days!!!! But I kept cool. LOL! Gina is so so sweet! She does the nicest announcements and it is such a honor to be invited to participate on the Center Stage Spotlight design team. I've been dreaming of that for months! :) And I'm so happy to be working alongside Joan Ervin and Betty Neville.

Here is Gina's big announcement.

You are going to LOVE the new release (January 7)! I love it!!! I'm already stamping away. Fun images, fun sentiments, and new paper! You don't want to miss it! Seriously!


Frosty's Note

Wow! It's been a busy couple of days and I have a lot to catch up on. Here's a shocker... I have hardly spent any time online the past couple of days! Whoa!

Dear Frosty was a sample for the Color Monday challenge on Christian Paper Crafts. The colors: bashful blue (or any light shade of blue), a light shade of purple, white, and an optional

Stamps: DRS Designs
Paper: white, bashful blue, lavender lace, black
Ink: bashful blue, lavender lace, black, Copic markers
Accessories: CM custom cutting system, ribbon

I have some more posting to do... lots of exciting news and eye candy around the web this week!

Monday, December 28, 2009

Theresa Momber: Life is Good (Part 2!)

I'm still excited as ever to be one of two guest designers this month for Theresa Momber.... fabulous artist and paper crafter for Gina K. Designs. Her stamp set,"Life is Good," makes such elegant cards that it's hard not to feel peaceful when looking at the results. Please visit Gerri's blog! She makes such stunning cards and has more to share with you, too! And don't forget to visit Theresa's blog, too. The cards she has made with these stamps look like paintings. Amazing! (And.... She is showing one of my cards! How fun is that?!?)

From Our House to Yours

I love this cabin image so much that I had to make a card spotlighting just it. Since I'm enjoying cranberry tart cardstock, I decided to see what this cabin would look like in a coordinating shade (Copic R59 - Cardinal). I sponged the sky with bashful blue and layered it on another piece of white cs. To finish it, I used a white gel pen for snow on the trees and bushes and added some white organza ribbon. The sentiment is from another one of Theresa's stamp sets, "Autumn Beauty".

Your Love Sustains Me

For this card, I wanted to use a wide mat like you see on some picture frames. For texture, I used the trees. The sky is sponged in bashful blue. I used 3 SU punches to layer the sentiment: oval, circle, and designer label punches.

Thank you so much for visiting! This has been so much fun for me!

Congrats on Your Big News!

Congrats on You Big News!

This is my sample for today's CAS challenge on SCS. It's an inspiration challenge. This time we are taking a trip into the world of Disney! Even though I chose to use Disney characters on my card, it isn't a requirement. Just let your imagination flow while site-seeing :)

I used this valence as my inspiration. My original plans were to use regal rose where you see the certainly celery scallop layer, but it didn't match. None of my pink cs matched! Plan B: Make it neutral since this card is meant for a wonderful lady who just found out she is expecting!

Stamps: Disney's Pooh & Piglet (source unknown), sentiment (Stampin' Up)
Paper: white, certainly celery, so saffron, DCWV mat stack
Ink: Palette burnt umber, certainly celery, Copic markers: YR31 light reddish yellow, R27 cadmium red, RV34 dark pink, RV11 pink
Accessories: taffeta ribbon, CM custom cutting system, SU scallop edge punch, white gel pen


Sunday, December 27, 2009

Christmas Weekend Faves - Part 2

I'm having some fun in the gallery in between my lazy afternoon of card making. Everyone needs those kind of days once in awhile!

Sunday, December 27

Kristin Moore (CAS)
hobbywoman (CAS)
k dunbrook (CAS)
CAKath (CAS)
CAKath (CAS)
CAKath set 1
CAKath set 2
CAKath gift (She has posted many other gifts in her gallery this weekend!)
mfps1 (CAS)
ltecler (CAS)
Creative Daze
lawnfawncards (CAS)
tessa. (CAS)
Whimsey (CAS)
HamiltonGal (CAS)
peebsmama (CAS)
peebsmama (CAS)
Disaster (CAS)

Saturday, December 26

slschaf771 (CAS)

These were also uploaded on Saturday! And there are many, many more where these came from... uploaded just on Saturday! She's talented and busy :)

Craft Fanatic
Craft Fanatic
Craft Fanatic (CAS)
Craft Fanatic
Craft Fanatic
Craft Fanatic (CAS)
Craft Fanatic
Craft Fanatic
Craft Fanatic

Featured Stamper CAS Card

SCS Featured Stamper challenge: SmilynStef

I used a different mailbox and kept it CAS. I also added ribbon. Here is Stef's card that she made for her postal worker DH to give to his patrons.

Stamps: Sending my Love (Unity)
Colors: melon mambo, pumpkin pie, certainly celery, & close to cocoa

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Christmas Weekend Faves

Some great stampers have found some stamping time this holiday weekend!

Saturday, December 26

lisahenke (outside)
lisahenke (inside)
girlgeek101 (CAS)

Friday, December 25

Karen B Barber
notimetostamp (CAS)
TheresaCC (CAS)
JoBear2 (CAS)
JoBear2 (CAS)
JoBear2 (CAS)
JoBear2 (CAS)


It's a jungle out there!

I kept this card simple. It just didn't seem to need any embellishments, not even ribbon. This card was made for today's inspiration challenge on SCS. I was inspired by the pictures on the wall of this jungle themed nursery on Posh Tots. You can see it here.

I was going to emboss white dots onto the celery cs to resemble the pictures better, but I was too tired. Embossing isn't my favorite thing to do. I made a second card, but I won't be able to upload it until after I showcase it on my blog Monday night for Theresa Momber. (She asked me to be one of her guest designers this month! I'm very honored and excited!)

Stamps: main image, dots BG, and sentiment - DRS Designs
Paper: white, certainly celery
Ink: Plaette burnt umber, certainly celery, Copic markers
Tools & Technique: handmade cloud template, sponging

Friday, December 25, 2009

Are these Christmas scraps?

Wow! I can't remember the last time I've had time to do the Limited Supply Challenge on SCS. Once I realized I had everything I needed, this became exciting! Here's Dawn's challenge:

Your challenge today is to look through the scraps of the last day or two...and come up with a card using:

1. an image from a greeting card
2. a scrap of wrapping paper
3. a ribbon or bow or fixing from a gift

1. I cut the trees from a greeting card.
2. The green paper with the snowflakes is wrapping paper.
3. My wrapping wasn't on the outside package (gift bag), it was around the gift itself... this adorable fleece throw blanket. My DH gets me something with snowmen every year :) Anyway, I used the stretchy ribbon that held the blanket all rolled up. It also had a tag... the green striped square. The "To:" and "From:" are on the other side.

Other supplies: The sentiment is stamped in bashful blue ink with a SU image (Warmest Regards, I think). The blue snowflake dp is possibly from DCWV. Then I punched the snowflake from lavendar lace CS with a Martha Stewart punch and added a rhinestone sticker. (I had to cover up the hole on the tag!)

Merry Christmas!

I had to post one last Christmas card on Christmas Day... to wish you the merriest holiday ever! Jesus is the reason for the season, so if it isn't the merriest, turn to Him!

This was one of the 4 cards I made for this week's CAS challenge: a sketch inspired by ltecler! You can see her adorable card here.

All stamps from DRS Designs: simple decorated tree (H010), Merry Christmas arc (E102), Swirling Snowflakes (F168), Holly Giga Circle (L120)
Paper: regal rose, white
Ink: Palette burnt umber, regal rose, Copic markers, apricot appeal (for sponging)
Accessories: pretty in pink taffeta ribbon, white gel pen, CM custom cutting system, Marvy mega scallop circle punch

This card measures 4.25 square. I use 4.5 A Muse envelopes.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

I want to wish you a Merry Christmas...

I think I got this card submitted just in the knick of time! This card was made for the sketch challenge on Stamp TV. I thought of what to make while shopping this evening and hearing the Christmas song, "Feliz Navidad". It made me think of this set with the multiple languages BG. It took me forever to edit because the camera was focused on the big bow and it blurred the BG.

Stamps: Vintage Borders (Gina K. Designs)
Paper & Ink: creamy caramel, real red chocolate chip
Accessories: satin ribbon, CM custom cutting system

Enjoying A Hot Cup of Tea

SCS Sketch challenge #260

I had a difficult time with this sketch, but I think I like the final outcome. This card makes me think of enjoying a hot cup of tea on a late spring morning while looking at the flowers starting to bloom. I love the arc of the sentiments in Unity's December kit of the month.

Stamps: tea bag and sentiment - Dec. '09 KOM Unity, flowers - Aug. '09 KOM Unity
Paper: white, pretty in pin, CM scraps dp
Ink: Palette burnt umber, Copic markers
Accessories: ribbon. CM custom cutting system, dimensionals, CB ef (received through Wish RAK)

Some more great cards & projects!

I'm back with some more great, great cards and projects!

Tuesday, December 22

(You must read her story on her blog and see her mom, too!)
ReginaBD (CAS)
stampertammy (CAS)
WeekendWarrior (CAS) -
inspired by chanteuse (CAS)
Schofield27 (CAS)

Monday, December 21

danascott96 (CAS)
countrybeamer (CAS)
juliemlacey (CAS)

Sunday, December 20


Saturday, December 19



Monday, December 21, 2009

Theresa Momber: Life is Good

I'm so honored and excited to be a guest designer this month for Theresa Momber... fabulous artist and paper crafter for Gina K. Designs. This month, Theresa's new set of stamps is "Life is Good". I love this set for the memories it brings for me. Going "up north" to my aunt and uncle's cabin for a week was a highlight of summers as a child. Trains have a special meaning for my husband as a child. His grandfather loved trains and we now have his train set displayed at Christmas time.

Theresa's second guest designer is Geri Utterbeck! You can see her designs tonight using "Life is Good" on her blog, Geri's Cards: Life is what you make it. You'll love what she has created tonight... seen on her blog and Theresa's!

"Snow is glistening.... walking in a winter wonderland." Love that song. Too bad I can't carry a tune. LOL!

My winter scene of the cabin has some "visitors"! I used close to cocoa and kraft dsp for this card as well as Copic markers for coloring. The sky is sponged in bashful blue using my handmade cloud template made using scalloped scissors. I finished it with the Martha Stewart snowflake punch and glitter, an eyelet and organdy ribbon, and rhinestone stickers on the snowflakes.

I love Geri's winter scene she posted to her blog for the blog hop on December 16.... gorgeous! (In the same post you will see 2 more creations using this set!)

I like the way this card turned out... the cranberry tart cardstock is rich and perfect! I used Copic markers to color the image and used another marker to stamp the sentiment at three different levels. GKD's cranberry tart and chocolate kiss cardstock are just lovely... I will need more soon! :) This was my first time using them and I love them! The designer paper was from my scrap collection and matched perfectly, but I don't remember the company. Accessories used: EK Success border punch, SU's vanilla taffeta ribbon, and CM's custom cutting system (I don't have Nesties, yet. So I have to make large circles the hard way! Some day I'll get those Nesties :).

For my last card, I used the images to make a summer scene at dusk since my memories at the cabin are during the summer. I used Gina K's kraft cardstock. Wow! What a difference in color from what I'm used to. It's fabulous! I used my cloud template, again. You can see the detail better by clicking on the photo for a larger picture. I used a lot of sponging and Copic markers to color the scene and then finished it with SU's kraft taffeta ribbon a cute button from Gina K's neutral button assortment.

Thank you, Theresa, for letting me play with your stamps!! :)


Time to Cruise

I have a few new favorites to post tonight. I'll be adding more as the night goes on since I'll have time to cruise galleries! Yeah!

Monday, December 21

Francie G. (CAS)
suebay (CAS)
Twinshappy (CAS)
sleepyinseattle (CAS)
peebsmama (CAS)

Sunday, December 20

LuvLee (CAS)
Kristin Moore (CAS)
Biggan (CAS)
k dunbrook (CAS)
k dunbrook (CAS)

Saturday, December 19

traciac (CAS)
KY Southern Belle

Friday, December 18


Thursday, December 17



Challenges with Unity Stamps

The first 2 cards were made as samples for today's clean & simple challenge on SCS. I went crazy on this challenge and have 2 more cards with this sketch that I hope to upload later. The sketch is inspired by ltecler! You can see her adorable card here.

Stamps: Stylin' Stars, Delightful Moments Dec. '09 KOM - Unity
Paper: white, soft suede
Ink: soft suede
Accessories: ribbon, rhinestone stickers, CM custom cutting system

This card measures 4.25 square. I use 4.5 A Muse envelopes.

Randy Reindeer is my second card. I made my own "xoxo" border around the top circle layer. It just seemed to need something else but wanted to keep it simple.

Stamps: Randy Reindeer - Unity
Paper: white, creamy caramel, chocolate chip, real red
Ink: black, creamy caramel marker for the "xo" doodling, Copic markers
Accessories: gingham ribbon, CM custom cutting system, CB Swiss Dots (Wish RAK)

This card measures 4.25 square. I use 4.5 A Muse envelopes.

This is one of two samples I made for today's color challenge on Christian Paper Crafts: use any shade of purple, white, and an optional color is black.

Stamps: Linden Branch, sentiment from June '09 KOM (Unity)
Paper & Ink: white, rich razzleberry, black
Accessories: ribbon

This card measures 4.25 square. I use 4.5 A Muse envelopes.


Sunday, December 20, 2009

Just a little behind!

I've been so busy that I haven't had much time in the gallery. Yikes! I hope I'll have some more time during my holiday break. I don't like to think that I've missed something fabulous! :)

Sunday, December 20

tashers (CAS)

Saturday, December 19

JulieHRR (CAS)
KY Southern Belle


Saturday, December 19, 2009

Snowpeople are the cutest!

Here is a sneak peek of the new DRS Designs' Snow Lady. Isn't she adorable?!? I love the snowflakes on her hat and the eyelashes are too cute! I used one of my favorite color combinations: pink, apricot, and pumpkin.

I used Copic markers to color the image and and SU marker for the greeting and dots on the scallop. Additional accesssories include: Martha Stewart snowflake punch, SU scallop edge punch, and dimensionals
Technique: out-of-the-box

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Gorgeous card!

You have to see these gorgeous cards and creations! (If you are unable to see any of these cards, it's because they are in the SCS Dirty Dozen gallery and can be viewed only by fan club members.)

Monday, December 14

Vicky Gould
joan ervin
AmberDawn (just one page of her album... you''l want to see more!)

Sunday, December 13


Saturday, December 12

anewdesign (CAS)
anewdesign (CAS)
AmberDawn (just one page of her album... you''l want to see more!)

Thursday, December 12



Sunday, December 13, 2009

A Parade of Color Challenge Cards

Christian Paper Crafts
Color Monday Challenge

CM35 (December 14): Certainly A Critter's Real Christmas Colors
I love watching furry pets at Christmas. I love incorporating stuffed animals in with my Christmas decorations. So this week's colors are certainly celery (or similar shade), a Christmas red, a neutral color for color of a pet (brown, gray, black), and white or vanilla. A pet or animal does not have to be included on your card. Here is the link to the CPC color challenge (coming soon).

Holly & Mistletoe

Stamps: Penny Black
Paper: certainly celery, white
Ink: black, Copic markers
Wish RAK Accessories: Cuttlebug snowflake BG, scallop oval Nestabilites
Other Accessories: SU scallop circle punch, ribbon, brads

This card measures 4.25 square. I used 4.5 A Muse envelopes.

A red snowman? Only at Christmas!

This card is also a sample for the SCS - CAS challenge, today. (Link coming soon)

Stamps: Cold Play (Stampin' Up!)
Paper: white, real red dsp, unknown dp
Ink: chocolate chip
Accessories: circle punches, Martha Stewart embossed snowflake punch, ribbon

Now there's a good looking cowboy! LOL!

By the time I got to the last 2 cards, I forgot I was supposed to be using a lighter green... oops!!!
This card is also a sample for the SCS - CAS challenge, today.

Stamps: sneak peek... brand new DRS Designs... cowboy snowman
More DRS Stamps: paisley background & sentiment
Paper: creamy caramel, real red, white
Ink: Palette burnt umber, creamy caramel, Copic markers

O' Holy Night... the Best Time of the Year

Christmas is my favorite holiday. And O' Holy Night is my favorite hymn.

Stamps: O Holy Night (Stamp Camp), sentiment (Unity)
Paper: real red, garden green, white
Ink: dark brown, creamy caramel, real red, garden green
Accessories: SU scallop edge punch, Martha Stewart fern punch, brads, ribbon


Look at these awesome cards and projects!

Here are some more faves I discovered today!

Sunday, December 13

hobbywoman (CAS)
Bar (CAS)
snail (CAS)

Saturday, December 12

cookiestamper (CAS)

Friday, December 11

mamamostamps (CAS)

Thursday, December 10

StampGroover (CAS)

Wednesday, December 9

JulieHRR (CAS)

Tuesday, December 8

RobinRingtail (CAS)
Jerri Kay (whole home decor ensemble)
Jerri Kay (one sample of the ensemble)
and another sample of the ensemble!

Monday, December 7

naturecoastcrafter (CAS)
Monique Hansen (CAS)
Wendy Gorton
melbourne robyn (CAS)
crafterthoughts (CAS)


Season's Greetings, Frosty

SCS Featured Stamper: pam124

I love Pam's Gallery and I could CASE her all day long! I wish I had more time. Thank you Pam for helping me to get my Christmas cards done.

* Same them and layout.
* The Top Note is the same, but I used a circle punch instead of the SU ornament punch... wish I had that cool punch!
* I used a stamped image instead of a punched snowflake and moved the sentiment because my card is an A2 card instead of a square card.

Here's Pam's beautiful card: A Very Merry Quilted Christmas

Stamps: Frosty, Snow Swirled (Stampin' Up!)
Paper: cranberry crisp, brocade blue, white, Glittered Winter dsp (DCWV), unknow green polka-dotted dp
Ink: black, Copic markers, black marker
Accessories: Top Note die (Wish RAK), circle punch & CM custom cutting system, eyelet, ribbon

Here are some more of Pam's cards that I wish I had time to CASE!

Merry Moments Christmas
Tree Trimming Holiday
For Baby Boy
Let Heaven and Nature Sing
House Mouse Get Well Wishes
Floral Happy Birthday
Bling in the Holidays
Merci Quilt
ODBD Eternal Wishes
Refuge and Strength and I am the Way - Easter
Going Green & Spiritual


Some Awesome Faves!

Here are some faves I found on Friday and Saturday. I'll be back with more later today as I have more gallery viewing time!

Saturday, December 12

KY Southern Belle
girlgeek101 (CAS)

Friday, December 11

sunifla1 (CAS)
sunifla1 (CAS)
eggette (CAS)

Thursday, December 10

and another part of the set
Vera (CAS)
KY Southern Belle (CAS)
KY Southern Belle (CAS)
KY Southern Belle (CAS)
KY Southern Belle (CAS)

Wednesday, December 9

Kerry D-C

Tuesday, December 8

Rebecca Ednie
Melissa DH


Saturday, December 12, 2009

Blue Christmas

Stamp TV Color Challenge (12/7/09)
Blue & White

Stamps: Vintage Borders (Nina Brackett/Gina K. Designs)
Paper: ballet blue, white
Ink: ballet blue
Accessories: taffeta ribbon, CM custom cutting system, pop-up dots

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Favorites found on Thursday

Here are a few more faves that I found while cruising the gallery. :)

Thursday, December 10

juliemlacey (CAS)
Happy2stamp123 (CAS)
justbehappy - photo 1
justbehappy - photo 2


Christmas Kittens

SCS Sketch Challenge #258

I just love this Christmas image! I can't wait to see what mess are new kitten makes. (Well, she's about 6 months old now and a little tamer... just a little LOL!) The polka-dots were made with a white gel pen. I don't have a Top Note die. I received some from generous people in the Wish RAK forum! Tracing and cutting the dp and white layer is not easy!!! But I think the end results look pretty good!

Stamp: Christmas kittens (High Hopes)
Paper: real red, real red dsp, white, unknown Christmas dp (unknown)
Ink: black, black marker for the noses, SU red marker for the bows, Copic markers: R29 Lipstick Red, YR31 light reddish yellow, YG13 Chartreuse, W2 warm gray, E31 brick beige, E71 Champagne
Accessories: Martha Stewart bow punch, white gel pen, Top Note die cut, pop-up dots

Peppermint Flowers & Trees

Christian Paper Crafts
Case Artist Challenge #32 - Cindy & Angella
Saturday, December 5

Peppermint Flowers
CASEd from Angella Crockett (Christian Paper Crafts Design Team)

This is a card I CASEd from Angella's gallery. I changed the theme to Christmas and used punches for peppermints rather than button flowers. Here's Angella's adorable card.

Sentiment Stamp: Twigster (SU)
Paper: white, real red, green galore, unknown dp
Ink: glorious green
Accessories: SU word window punch, Martha Stewart leaf punch, EK Success "swirl" punch, 3/4 inch circle punch. paper piercer, white gel pen, ribbon, pop=up dots

Peppermint Trees
CASEd from Cindy Coutts (Christian Paper Crafts Design Team)

This is a card I CASEd from Cindy's gallery. Here's her beautiful and fun card! I changed the these things:

*I used similar trees and colors.
*Same theme and layout.
*I used different punches and used a scallop edge punch instead of a scallop sticker border.

Stamps: Season of Joy (SU)
Paper: white, real red, old olive &dsp, unknown Christmas Words dsp
Ink: old olive
Accessories: ribbon, circle punches, SU's designer & modern label punches, SU's scallop edge punch, EK Success "swirl" punch

Both of these cards have peppermints that were made from punches. To see how I made them, click here!


Wednesday, December 9, 2009

New Favorites Posted December 9

Here are some new faves I found while cruising some galleries today while I'm home sick. (DH finally wins. I'm seeing a new GI doc. I really don't like it when he's right. LOL!)

Wednesday, December 9

cheryl l rowley
peggy-sue and Laura who inspired the card
Theresa Momber
KY Southern Belle

Tuesday, December 8

Rebecca Ednie
hskelly (CAS)
Cindy Lawrence
Linda Payne
Jessica Fick (CAS)
Jessica Fick
Jessica Fick
Melissa_Aggie (CAS)
KarenG (CAS)

Monday, December 7

and Kauai17 :)

Sunday, December 6

Wendy Gorton
Hazel (CAS)

December 5

Cheri Weston
Donna Baker (CAS)

December 4

Nina Brackett
Nina Brackett
Melanie Muenchinger
Theresa Momber
Theresa Momber

December 3

Jessica Fick
Jessica Fick

December 2

Carolyn King
Nina Brackett

December 1

Lynn in St. Louis
Lee Murphey (LuvLee)

November 30



I found a new challenge! It's over at Stamp TV!

I found a new challenge!

Stamp TV Inspiration Challenge (12/4/09)
I was inspired by the colors, blue and green, and the snowflakes. I'm not sure which company this dp is from, but I think it may be DCWV. I used Melanie's Inspiration Mosaic stamp set to get the blocking on the snowflake dp. I also used the mosaic stamp on the ornament dp and cut out some of the pieces to fit in the design. The sign is from Gina's North Pole set and the sentiment is from Gina's Punchy Words stamps set.

Stamps: Inspiration Mosaic, North Pole, Punchy Words (Gina K. Designs)
Paper: bashful blue, old olive, white, dp
Ink: black, Copic markers for the sign, SU markers for the sentiment & dots on the "snow"
Accessories: ribbon, SU circle punch, Martha Stewart snowflake punch, dimensionals