Saturday, December 31, 2011

CTMH Stamp inventory list

For all those CTMH fans with a horde of Stamps sets, and a need to keep track of them all, I have a fairly extensive spreadsheet listing stamp sets going back quite a few years. Now I didn't start this list--my addiction doesn't go back quite that far! It was sent to me by my upline when I became a consultant, but over the last few years I have updated it with each new Idea Book release. As well I have made some changes to the layout, including a key, which is:

red -Retired 
black- current
"@" has images that are found on Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge  

This list posted on Google docs, has been updated with the changes that will take effect with the new Idea book coming out on Feb 1st 2012.
You may use this list as you see fit! If you are a consultant and wish to share it with your customers, please feel free to do so. The only access to the list is by using the link below.

I will add that I am not perfect and there may be some errors in the sheet. As I have shared the list with other consultants in the past, they have kindly let me know of errors as they came across them. If you should find an error, or missing stamp set, please feel free to let me know by e-mail at .
Hope you find it useful.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Growing Up!

Here's a layout I did for the start of the new school year of my son. It's a milestone year, just starting grade 9, and the growth spurt he has been going through is unlike anything I could have imagined!!!! In one year he has added almost a full 8inches to his height, and 3 shoe sizes!!! Yikes, glad I only have one boy. Can't even guess what my brother and his wife spend in groceries with 3 boys, all within 3 years of age.

Monday, December 12, 2011

I made Frosted Designs Top 3!!!!

So darn thrilled I just had to share.....I made the top 3 pick over at Frosted Designs blog, for my layout titled Follow Your Dreams.
Check out the blinnkie on my sidebar!!!

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Follow your Dreams

Hello, sorry I've been MIA for a couple of weeks. I was away at a scrapbooking weekend, and also have gone back to work full time, which really cuts into my crafting time!!!LOL. It's tough to fit that full time job in amongst the requirements of being, mom, chauffeur, cook, maid....well you get the picture. But I did get a little scrapbooking done at my weekend away, and will share with you in the coming days (OK maybe over a few weeks!)

In the meantime the challenge this week at Frosted Designs, was music. I happen to have the perfect layout that I hadn't shared with you yet and thought I would post it for this challenge.

I used the You & Me kit that was a CTMH special in May/June this year. I love these kits, the instructions are clear and simple and makes getting a layout done a snap. I knew as soon as I saw this kit the perfect pictures that I wanted to use, they are of my son playing his keyboard at my fathers wedding in the summer of 2010. He had just got the keyboard for Christmas (2009) along with music lessons. He was a natural and picked up on it right away. So in March when my father announced his engagement to Reat (they had actually been together for over 16 years, but had finally decided to make it official) Brendan asked if he could play the wedding march at their wedding. His music instructor, explained that with only 3 months of lessons, he was jumping way ahead of the program, but with lots of practice, he could be ready.

Undaunted, he dove right in, and not only learned to play the song, but by the time the wedding was here, was able to play without the sheet music. We were so very proud of his dedication and determination. His grandparents were absolutely thrilled with his contribution to their special day.

When I finally got around to doing this layout, it brought up many emotions for me, as we lost Reat to cancer in April of 2011. I wanted to not only capture my pride, but also wanted it to serve as a reminder for my son of the special moment that he was able to share with Reat and my Dad, that meant the world to them.

Supplies used
-You & Me kit (retired)
-chocolate ink pad
-desert sand ink pad
-olive ink pad

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Chief Scout Award

(this is the Yap portion of my blog, but of course I'll fit a little crafty stuff into it)

We were so proud of our son this past June when he received his Chief Scout Award, the highest award a Scout can receive. I won't get into what this involved, but trust me when I say it took allot of work and commitment on my son's part, and was the cumulation of his 8 years in Scouting. (A mother has the right to brag a little right? If you don't think so you might as well just stop reading now).

He was one of only 3 Scouts that have received this award in the last 30 years in our home town! What an honour. This is such a big deal in Scouting that they do an area award ceremony in Toronto for any Scout receiving this award every June. Unfortunately, it fell on the same day as my son's Confirmation at church. His leaders still wanted to make it special for him so they made sure to have some "brass" from Scouts Canada attend our annual end of the year BBQ to make the official presentation. I also didn't end up with many really good pictures from the event, as my eyes were filled with tears of pride and I couldn't really see what I was taking pictures of. ( I should have handed the camera off!!!) My pictures run the gamete of, eyes closed to looking the wrong way! So here is one of the better pictures....

See what I mean...not the best expression! But in this next shot you can see how very proud he is.

(here's my crafty contribution....)

So I made some desserts to share with everyone and wanted to make them special, so I borrowed my friends Cricut cake machine and cut some Fleur-de-lis out of fondant to decorate some Brownies I had made. They were a huge hit.

Just looking at these pictures again, has my mouth watering!!! And they were as yummy as they look.
I will be sure to post my layout of this event once I do it. I'm still struggling with how to do the layout with pictures that I'm not overly happy with, and still express the pride I had! I'm thinking the journaling will have to be stellar.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Christmas Cards & Tags

I will again be a vendor at Scraptopia in beautiful Muskoka on Nov 18-20th this fall. I decided to do something a little different and designed a card class and a tag class to be offered on the weekend. There will be 3 cards to make, using a variety of techniques and products. The cost for this mini card class is $5. All you need to bring is your adhesive, everything else you need will be supplied.

The Tag class will consist of 5 tags, and the cost for this class will be $3.

If you are attending Scraptopia on Nov 18-20th and would like to do either of these classes please send me an e-mail at , to let me know you are interested so that I can come prepared.

Thanks for stopping by to visit.

Saturday, November 5, 2011


Although this layout is not a brand new creation, I have not posted it to my blog yet, so wanted to share it with you. Not only because I love the layout, but also because it highlights the 12" Flip Flaps that can turn any ordinary layout into a mini album within an album. I find myself grabbing my Flip Flaps, both the full page 12" and the 4"x6" ones, on a regular basis to add layers (and more pictures) to my layouts.

The challenge over at Frosted Designs this week is Family, which was my inspiration to get this layout posted.

Here's the cover of the layout, with the Flip Flaps closed. I used one 8"x12" and one 4"x12" Flip Flap. (sorry for the glare, but the pictures had to be taken with the layout in the page protector for you to appreciate the use of the Flip Flaps)

I used the Abracadabra layout from the Magic book, as my inspiration for this layout.

This next shot shows you the layout with the flaps open.

 Supply's used
-Grace paper pack (retired)
-Flip Flaps
-Filigree Charms (metal flower brads)
-Sassy Strands (retired)
-Pewter brads 
-Garden Green Ink pad
-Chocolate grosgrain ribbon
-Assorted chipboard alpha (non CTMH)
-Flower Chipboard (non CTMH)
-Paint (Making Memories)
-Magic how to book

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Art Philosophy cheat sheet.

One of my fellow CTMH consultants, Lucy Kelleher, created a cheat sheet of sorts for the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge. The stamp sets that coordinate with the cartridge convienently come with the size that you need to cut the shape, right on the carrier sheet of the stamp set, but you still have to hunt through the booklet to find the correct shape to cut. With over 700 images on this cartridge, it can be a little challenging. So if you are interested in her cheat sheet, please visit her blog by clicking here and she has the link to the Google doc for you to download. Thanks so much Lucy!

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Grade 8 Grad layout.

Here's a layout I did using the new Typeset papers from CTMH. I needed to pull in some of the brighter blue of the Grad gown, so I made use of the Milepost shapes and inked them up! I think it worked beautifully. I want to include the tassel from his cap on this layout, but he isn't ready to give it up yet!!!! But it's only a matter of time before I probably find it tossed aside on the desk in his room and I can add it to the page, and he'll be none the wiser until he goes through his album!!!

I've also chosen to submit this layout into the Heart 2 Heart challenge using #'s. The # is there in the first line of journaling. (click on the picture and you will get a larger version) I didn't want to make a big title on this layout as it's actually the 2nd layout in the set for my sons Graduation, I just can't post the 1st layout as it has his full class picture on it and I don't have permission from the whole class to post. So you'll just have to trust me when I tell you that in his album, they look great all together!

In this close up you can see how I inked the Milepost shapes. With their Kraft colour as a base they are so versatile! 

Here you can see the great canvas stars that are just a few of the shapes included in the Typeset Canvas Shapes. Again, so versatile to whatever theme you are scraping. 

Now, I can show you these next 2 close ups from the 1st layout in the series. I used the Canvas buttons to coordinate with the Canvas shapes and stamped directly onto the button in Moonstruck ink, also used some more of the Milepost shapes! Then pulled out he Cork alphabet, inked up the edges and put those on.

 Thanks for stopping by and having a look. Be sure to leave me a comment and let me know what you think!

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Paintball Layout--H2H challenge

Well after a trying week of technical difficulties--(again) I think we are back up and running! In my time away from the computer I was able to accomplish some more layouts and choose to use the layout sketch over at Heart 2 Heart.

I again dove into that "pile" of pictures that has been just waiting for me to be inspired and pulled these paintball pics out. The Lucky paper was the right feel for the outdoor pics and I played a bit with my liquid glass trying to figure out a way to make a paint splatter, wasn't too successful with that, so instead choose to make the title look like it was wet paint running.
Here's an up close picture of the letters, which I stamped with sunset ink on sunset cardstock using the Rustic Alphabet stamp set, then filled it in with liquid glass and really made it thick at the bottom of the letters, held the piece of cardstock up so that it ran down. When I got the effect I was looking for I set it aside to dry (overnight as it was sooo thick). Then I was able to cut around the letters and drips and glued them on the layout.
Just noticed as I was typing up this post that this shot I took to show the liquid glass up close spells PAIN, which is a little ironic as there is definitely some pain involved in this sport--and had I thought of that when I was doing the layout I might have set up the title a little differently to highlight this!!! I see another layout in the future!

Supplies used
Lucky paper pack
sunset ink
Liquid glass
Lucky level 2 assortment (chipboard)
Kraft boarders
Rustic Alphabet stamp set.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

a GRAND thing

I was inspired by another challenge over at Frosted Designs. It was actually a very simple challenge, to use fancy trim on your project. So I opened my bin of ribbons and trims and dug some out. I knew as soon as I read the challenge that I wanted to use this amazing pink rose ribbon from Close to My Heart, but I couldn't very well just put that on a page. So I dove into the "pile" (if you are unsure what the pile is, please refer to the post from Thurs Oct 13th), boy that pile hasn't seen this much attention in a long time!!! And I love that I am getting some more older photos scrapped, along with using up some of my stash! This pic was from a photo shoot that my Mom wanted done with all the grandkids. What an experience! considering there was 10 of them and at the time of the picture they ranged in age from 1 to 11yrs old, it got accomplished is a very short time. My 2 are the little girl on Papa's lap and the boy standing between Grandma and Papa.

The paper is the new Roxie paper pack. I used my beloved Art Philosophy cartridge to cut out the tag and it's envelope, which is actually a card on the cartridge that I cut bigger than the tag so that I could seal up the bottom and side--you can't really tell in these photos but the card front is the square that you see but the back flap actually has a top the same as the tag. I love this cartridge!!!!

 Added in some hidden journaling....and with that penmanship it should be hidden--I may have to remake this tag on the computer!
Also used some of the new Designer brads and the frame, ribbon slide and photo corners are from the Pewter mini medley collection.

Here's the ribbon that started it all, isn't it gorgeous! I added one of the bling buttons to the center, who doesn't love a little bling? unfortunately I think the bling was throwing off my camera and this picture isn't totally in focus. 

Thanks for stopping by to have a look.

Supply list
Roxie paper pack
Pink ribbon collection
Designer brads
Bling buttons
Pewter mini medley
bamboo ink
A Typeface alphabet stamp set

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Challenge entry. CR84FN and Scrap it with a Song.

I was stalking some challenge blogs yesterday and came across this colour challenge and immediately thought of some pictures that have been sitting in THAT pile for years. You know the pile I'm talking about! All the pictures that you have printed in the past with the intention of scrappin them, and just never gotten around to it, or been inspired to do them. My pile is quite large. I've only been scrappin for about 6 years, and at that time my kids were already 3 and 8, and I always thought I needed to go back and scrap everything I've ever taken a picture of. I've since learned that I will never get anywhere if I have that mind set. So now I will dive into the PILE when inspired to do so, but usually I just want to document the now. All this to say that the CR84FN40 Color Challenge this week certainly inspired me to dive right in. As you'll see by the date on my layout, these photos are from quite a few years ago!

Here's the colours that inspired me.....

When it came time to put a title on my layout, the Scrap it with a Song challenge came to mind. The Song was Heaven by Bryan Adams.

So without dragging this out any further here's my layout.

My journaling helps explain the title. (I hope anyways) And have I told you how much I love the buttons from CTMH! I've been using allot of these, in the whole rainbow of colours.

 This is not a usual layout for me--kinda simple, didn't take much to put together, but I love the feel that the Kraft boarders give the layout. These are now retired, luckily I have a pretty good stash of them, it almost hurt to use this many on the layout--but it was good therapy for the hoarder in me.
Thanks for stopping by and please leave me a comment and let me know what you think of the layout.

Supplies used
Kraft cardstock
Chocolate cardstock
Cranberry cardstock
Colonial white cardstock
Red assorted buttons
Kraft boarders (retired)
Desert sand ink pad
Cocktail Alphabet stamp set
A Typeface Alphabet stamp set

Monday, October 10, 2011

I was awarded a Blog Award!!!!!!

Well what a lovely surprise last Thursday morning to check my messages and get a note from a fellow CTMH consultant Karen Day that she had awarded me a Liebster Blog Award! Thank you Karen, I'm so honoured! Please visit her blog by clicking HERE.

It's taken me longer than it should have to fulfill my end of of the rules to accept this award, between technical issues with my Internet connection and Thanksgiving, but I think I'm ready to go now!

The award is to recognize blogs that have fewer than 200 followers. Liebster is a German word for "beloved" or "favorite".

Here are the rules to accept this award:

1. Thank the giver and link back to the blogger who gave it to you.
2. Reveal your top 5 picks and let them know by leaving a comment on their blog.
3. Copy and paste the award on your blog.
4. Have faith that your followers will spread the love to other bloggers.
5. And most of all - have fun!

So here's my top 5 pick--in no particular order. These girls have all inspired me in one way or another and I have noted some of the things that I love about their blogs but those little snippets are just part of the picture, and I hope you take the time to check out their blogs and leave them a little love!

Twyla -she has some terrific altered art ideas on her blog! Be sure to check it out.  
Karen  -she posts themed quotes regularly and I love the inspiration.
Rosalynd  -she has a great mix of layouts and cards. Lots to look at.
Paige  -she has some terrific tutorials on her blog.
Joanne -she won 2nd place at a regional competition for her mini album, and there so much more to see.

Thank you ladies for all the inspiration and be sure to pass on the Liebster!

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Heart 2 Heart Challenge 76

This weeks challenge over at Heart 2 Heart is a sketch.

So when I checked it out this morning I thought to myself--well, I really should get some housework done!!!! Sooo, here's my entry! ( it really was a no brainer, but I gave myself a little pat on the back for even considering the housework first hehe)

Considering we are heading into our Canadian Thanksgiving this weekend, as well as the annual Fall Fair in our little village, I went for a fall theme. The other thing that influenced my design was that I've been feeling a little "distressed" lately, so there was some abuse given to this card along the way. OK well maybe not intentional at first, but I'm a firm believer that there are no "mistakes" when scrapping, only "opportunities". This card proved to be one big opportunity after another, but I think it works in the end. Notice the pin holding the leaf--I have a love/hate relationship with these little guys. I love that they have a nice sharp end so that you can get them into that knot of ribbon, to hold them firmly in place. AND I hate that they have a nice sharp end so that you can get them through that knot of ribbon and firmly into your thumb!!! So be careful with these little suckers! Always have adult supervision while using them--or in my case, keep your thumb out of the way!
Thanks for popping by for a look.

Supply list;
-bamboo cardstock
-colonial white cardstock
-Dreamin paper pack
-twill ribbon
-foundry pins
-milepost shapes
-So Grateful stamp set
-edge distresser
-chocolate ink pad
-Goldrush ink pad
-sanding block
-Bone folder

Monday, October 3, 2011


The wonderful and talented Tresa Black, a sister CTMH consultant is hosting BlogtoberFest over at her wonderful blog at Fabulously Artsy. If you've never checked out her blog, you MUST go see it. BUT fair warning, don't go until you have a few hours to spend there! There is sooooo much to see, of note is my personal favorite her Make a Wish pop up interactive scrapbook. She made this to enter into the 2011 CTMH convention scrapbook contest--and of course took first place! Take a minute and watch the video below--it will blow you away!

Wasn't that amazing!!!!

OK now back to BlogtoberFest? What is it you ask, well it's a callenge of sorts for bloggers, to set a goal for thier blog and step it up! My goal is to post more often, as well as get a little more inventive in my blog (actually take the time to learn how to do some more things with it!) So Blogtoberfest will help me becuase Tresa will be posting tips and tricks to share with us over the month. I've started the month off right just by figuring out how to post her video on my blog!! Yay me! So stay tuned to watch as I learn and grow in the bogging world!

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Love this Blog!!!

Have you checked out Jeanette Lynton's blog? She is the Founder & CEO of Close To My Heart, and is quite a remarkable woman. For the month of October she is posting a project a day highlighting the exclusive CTMH Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge. Day one's project is pictured below and is just stunning. To visit her site simple click her name up above that is underlined. 

Oh, and have a GREAT weekend!

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Heart 2 Heart challenge-cardstock only.

I'm a little slow getting going on this one, but wanted to get this layout in the Heart 2 Heart challenge. The challenge was to use cardstock only--no pattern paper, and at least 3 colours of cardstock! So here it is, my entry. 
-Ocean cardstock (retired)
-black cardstock
-white carstock
-Giggle Caps alpha stamp set
-Puncuation stamp set
-Ticket tags stamp set
-Legendary Moments stamp set
-Black stazon ink
-Hexagon cutting system (Creative Memories)

Monday, September 26, 2011

Baby Shower gift.

 My cousin and his wife are having a baby!! So we had a baby shower to go to, and I wanted to make some of the items for theirr gift. So I started with this card. It was lifted from a fellow CTMH consultant Lorrinda H. and you can visit her blog here. I used the new CTMH Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge to cut the shapes that I used for the drawer fronts, added some colonial white brads as the drawer pulls and used some 3D foam tape to pop open the 3rd drawer, so that it looked like the blanket was hanging out of the drawer. Using my blending pen and ink pads I coloured in my stamped images. All the drawer pieces were sponged with garden green around the edges to give definition to the layers.

I matted a piece of patterned paper from the Elemental paper pack, with colonial white cardstock, and used scissors to cut the fringe on the blanket.
 The next item was a paint can that I covered in more pattern paper from Elemental. I can't give credit for this idea to any one person as I have seen many of them on different blogs and boards, and I don't know who the original creator was. I wasn't sure I'd like this paper pack, but after working with it, it's so versatile, and the colours were perfect for my project. Again I was able to use the Art Philosophy Cartridge to cut out the tags and flowers as well as the boarder on the bottom of the can, that I then painted with Create-a-shade Pearl Paint to give it a softer look.

The ribbons on the handle were a bit of a challenge as I didn't have the colours I needed to match the paper. So I called on my creative side to make do with what I had. I took some grosgrain and twill ribbon in colonial white and sponged them in Garden green and Creme Brulee. I really like the way they turned out--and it was so easy to do. I'm thinking that if I just make sure to have enough colonial white grosgrain on hand and then I'll always be able to make whatever colour of ribbon I need!

  And lastly I chose to include in the package some Thank you cards. Also using that so versatile AP cartridge to cut out the card bases and tags, then using a non CTMH stamp (GASP!) I stamped the bunny and used my blender pen to colour it in. I even use the heart cutout from the tag, inside the card.
Did 15 of those little suckers!!!! Bundled them all up together along with some receiving blankets and onesies in the tin and VIOLA! I was ready with my gift.

Supplies used (CTMH unless otherwise noted)
-Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge
-creme brulee cardstock
-olive cardstock
-colonial white cardstock
-Elemental paper pack
-colonial white brads
-green button assortment
-assorted ribbons (some non-CTMH)
-paint can (available at paint stores)
-Limited Edition Stamp set -Sept 2011 SOTM
-Share the magic stamp set -Oct 2010 SOTM
-For Every Occasion stamp set
-baby stamps non-CTMH--but that bunny was just toooo cute!
-ink pads-creme brulee, garden green, olive, desert sand
-blending pen
-sponge daubers
-3D foam tape
-and of course Liquid Glass to hold it all together. Love this stuff!

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Dance Banner

I made this wall hanging as a gift for my daughters dance teachers this year. She just loves to dance, so when this stamp set came out in the spring I knew it would be one to buy! I used the Mix n' Mingle album for CTMH as the bases. I just love that it came with the jump rings so I have everything I needed to put it together.

Products used;
-Mix n' Mingle album
-Wings paper pack (retired)
-Aspire stamp set
-chipboard shapes
-black ink
-clear embossing powder
-foam tape --(the saying is popped up a bit)
-orgnaza ribbon
-spray pen
-pearl paint
-sweet leaf re-inker and water

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Cricut Giveaway!

Close to My Heart is giving away a  Cricut Expression® machine on facebook. If you have a Facebook account enter the contest by clicking HERE!
If you don't have an account but really want a chance to win, it might just be worth it to set up an account!
Please click the link above to find out all the details! It is open to both US and Canadian residents over 18!

Sweepstakes Starts

September 12, 2011 @ 09:00 am (MDT)

Sweepstakes Ends

September 26, 2011 @ 11:59 pm (MDT)
Good Luck!

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Who doesn't love a SALE!!!!!

For those of you who were anxiously waiting for some of the retired products to show up on the CTMH website "while supplies last" section........

They're here!

You can get some great deals like;
Level 1 Paper packs for just $7.75
the pivot stapler for $5.50
Twinkle brads for just $1.25
Irresistibles™ Miracle chipboard die cuts $1.25 THAT'S 72% OFF 

and sooooo much more, so just hop on over to my website by clicking here and start shopping.

Happy Wednesday!

Friday, September 9, 2011

Friendship Card- a tribute to friends!

Today I'd like to share with you my version of a card that was sent to me by one of my customers, the oh so talented, cardmaker extraordinaire, Karen W.

The B&T paper that she had used on her card was simply stunning (even though it was not CTMH). I didn't have anything like it in my collection (this too was a surprise considering the size of my paper collection). So I proceeded to try and make my own. I started with a simple polka dot paper. That's where the simplicity ended! I then pulled out my largest acrylic block and started arranging a collection of word stamps on the block--I used over 10 different stamp sets to get the look I was after. I stamped a full sheet of paper so that I could make multiple cards. I love the way the paper turned out--but am not likely to do this too often!

The stamp set used was from our mini promotional booklet in Jan of 2011, called Find your Style D1452. The saying on the inside of the card is one of my favorites, and in case you can`t quite make it out it says;
"A friend is someone who
knows the song in your heart
and will sing it back to you
when you forget the words."

This post is in recognition of the friends in my life that mean so much to me! From the new friends I've met in my scrapbooking journey, my customers that I am honored to now call friends, to the friends and sisters that are always ready with a supportive ear and an open heart.
Thank you

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

The new CTMH Ruler!

Have you seen this baby yet?

Even if you had noticed it in the new Idea book--bet you didn't quite get what was so special about this simple little (well not so little measuring in at a full 14") clear ruler. It has 2 rows of holes in it--evenly spaced as well as a red guide line for a zig zag pattern--to assist us sewing challenged scrapers. I just had to have this one, and as soon as it came in I got right down to playing.......
here's the layout I used it on....
Note the evenly spaced stitches on the sorbet cardstock strips, as well as the zig zag stitching where the pattern paper lays. The layout is still waiting for my daughter to let me know some of the things she liked best about going to camp so that I can finish the journaling on this layout! ( I need to work on taking more time to make sure that my layouts are straight before I take my pics--sorry I will get better at this)

 Here's a great close up of some of the stitching on the layout as well as some of the terrific flowers that I cut out with the new exclusive CTMH Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge, and then stamped using Hooray Bouquet stamp set D1491.

The supplies used in this layout are;
Elemental Paper pack
Olive cardstock
Desert Sand cardstock
Colonial white cardstock
Sorbet cardstock
Sorbet ink pad
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge
Colonial white embroidery floss
colonial white brads
Canvas badge button
Red assortment buttons
Hooray Bouquet stamp set
You & Me stamp set

All of these products and more are available exclusively through Close to My Heart, and as an independent consultant I would be happy to help you get these products at a discount or even for FREE. Feel free to contact me at to find out how.