Saturday, January 15, 2011

My Favorite Things Blog Hop Jan 15th



Welcome to The Scrapbooking Queen and the ...A FEW OF MY FAVORITE THINGS Blog Hop!

If you've come from visiting Rebecca Blog you're in the right place! If you've just happened across my blog and would like to play along with our fun hop, you can go to Kassidy@ Inking it Up Crazy and start at the beginning. We would love to share a few of our favorite things with you today!

Each Design Team member will be featuring a project made especially for this hop using their favorite crafting tools and techniques. Make sure to check out each member's blog. There will be some fun prizes along the way, AND there will be some AWESOME ideas!



Everyone knows I love crowns and I have been called the
Queen of Everything for many years...
so I picked my blog name The Scrapbooking Queen
to go along with that image...

I love bling and try to find any reason to add it to cards...
I just adore the PKS Faces they just make any card or
cut look so adorable
Here how I reach that extra cuteiness on my cards.

First Stamping is key to a clean image
Make sure you're on a solid flat surface to stamp
I use a Acid~Free Fast Drying Ink
StazOn {Jet Black}
{see where I pressed too hard}

I then take my Royal White Gel Pen
The better the Pen the nicer the flow of ink.
To brighten up any Image add a few smartly placed dots...

Notice I add dots to the eyelashes this really
make them sparkley


I use craft chalk and a good eye
 make ~up applicator to add the cheeks


a few more of the White Gel Ink Dots...

The mouth or lips depending on your stamp image
Use a Bic Mark~its or Red or Pink Gel Pens

Finally the finished image..

Stitch around your image to make it "POP"



These added detail to any card or scrapbook layout will just
make the your creation carry the "WOW" factor..


For my giveaway I like to give a set of





  1. I really like you to become a follower of my blog.
  2. Comment what your favorite tip or tool that you use.
I will have Random.Org pick a winner and post next week on my blog...

Here is a list of the blog order if you happen onto my blog first... 
 
Kassidy 
Lisa 
 http://www.scrappyjess.blogspot.com/
Jamie 
 http://www.jmecreations.blogspot.com/
Susan 
 http://www.itsmesusanp.blogspot.com/
Erika

http://www.cricutlove1.blogspot.com

Celeste

http://www.ccscards.blogspot.com/

Amanda 
http://www.amandascraftsandmore.blogspot.com/
Meagan

http://beyondpaperdesigns.blogspot.com/

Rebecca 
http://www.creationswithbecka.blogspot.com/
Theresa
 http://www.thescrapbookingqueen.com/



118 comments:

Minta's Creations said...

I'm already a follower..
tip: to restick you cricut mat. the zigway 2 way glue pen (chisel tip)coat entire mat with pen start at top work your way down in straight lines until surface is covered. Mat will be wet needs to dry 15-20 min.
mat will be good as new.

also,you can use Aleens's tack it over and over again on your mat..

Thanks for the chance to win!

mintab@gmail.com
http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/

Glora said...

Okay I LOVE LOVE LOVE this card. That crown looks amazing with a PKS stamp and the bling. You totally rocked this one. Did I say that I LOVE it! Hugs- Glora me(at)glorajean(dot)com

Brigitte said...

I love your tutorial!!! Simple but very effective tips!!! I would never have thought to put white gel accent to the tip of the eyelashes! My favorite tool right now are my Copic markers that I got for Christmas.
brigittetleschats at hotmail dot com

creativeprincess said...

I love this step by step instuctions because I can see the difference from what I do (the just stamped image) and how I can make it all spruced up! I am going to get one of these white pens to try this today!
Tara

thecreativeprincess at hotmail dot com

http://creativeprincess-homemadehappiness.blogspot.com/

Houses Built of Cards said...

Great tips!!! I have to say my two favorite tools are my Peachy Keen Stamps and my Cricut!!! Can't get enough of them!!!

Tami B. said...

I didn't know I was going to come to you twice in one day. I should have scrolled down when I was at the birthday blog hop post earlier, cause now I'm back for the Favorite things hop. Where/How do you find the time to do all your creating?! Amazing. Sorry I didn't mean to ramble.
My favorite thing right now is my Cricut. Thanks for the tips on highlighting. (I studied a lot of the images you did for your projects at PK this week to see how you do it.)

CuteCuteWorld said...

love your card!! my favourite crafty thing is faux stitching. I'm addicted lol
Jordan
jordanoo@live.ca

Aimee said...

I love your crown card! It's simply adorable!!

shelly said...

cute card dont we all like to be queen :) my fave tool is my cricut i use it everyday several times a day. i dont own any peachy keen stamps i think theyd be my fave since i just got my new favorite cartridge create a critter. thanks for the chance to win some to try out :)

Janis said...

You are such a busy QUEEN! I'm so glad I found this hop. If you guys posted it on the FIF group, I totally missed it. Love your card and I LOVE the way you gave step by step pictures of how to make the image and stamped faced POP! I needed that. I love my Cricut and my Martha Stewart scoring board! Hugs to you! Have a fun weekend! :) Janis

Michele's Scrapy Creations said...

I'm already your follower! love the card! thanks for a chance.
my fav tool is stampin up markers for writing and stamping.

michelesscrapycreations35 at yahoo dot com

Scrapnatic said...

I'm already a follower! Cute card. Thanks for the chance to win.

Kristen said...

I just became a follower today! Thanks so much for going step by step with how to ink those adorable faces. I have one set of face stamps, but I only ever just stamp it, because (I am sad to say) I am not very good at stamping and never could figure out how to do all of those super cute things! Your tips were awesome! Thanks so much for sharing!

scrapperbecka said...

love your card and thanks for giving such excellent instructions!

scrapperbecka aat yahoo dot com

Sandy said...

Very cute, thanks for the face tips! I like to outline my cuts with stickles to make them pop. I'm a big fan of using my embossing folders and chalking the designs to make them pop too :)

Carrie K said...

My favorite tool would have to be ny cricut but after that, my ATG.
Carrie
carriedan1 at live dot com

stefeni said...

Great card. I say, you can never have too much stickles!

spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

Vicki said...

Great card. My fave tools are my cricut and xyron. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win.

vwilson577 at yahoo dot com

Pookie said...

wow 2 blog hops in one day..
nice card.
pookie
mooqueen69@yahoo.com

Cathie w said...

cute cute card...fav thing...paper...all kins and lots of it

cathie
scraphappycat@gmail.com

SpantastiKreations said...

You ARE queen of everything.

AWESOME card.

TFS,
Erin
spantastikreations@yahoo.com
http://spantastikreations.blogspot.com/

Stephanie_J_ said...

Thank you for the step-by-step. This was very helpful!

http://stephaniejohnsonscraps.blogspot.com

Melissa said...

LOVE your card!!!

I'm already a follower and my favorite tool by far is my Cricut!!!

Melissa
www.disneydreamerdesigns.blogspot.com

Rachelle said...

I am a new follower, I love your cards.
Rachelle
joyfulhrt@gmail.com
rachelle-rachellesplace.blogspot.com

terriennz said...

HOW CUTE! I've always wanted to get my hands on some PK stamps.. and I need to do it ASAP! I'm already a follower. :) Thanks for a chance to win AN AWESOME prize!

My favorite "tool" would have to be stickles.

Terrie Barroso
terriennz@att.net
crafteecards.blogspot.com

scrappinmomma said...

Your card is very Beautiful. TFS
My favorite tool would have to be my cricut

http://ikolinda-scrappinmomma.blogspot.com

Jamie said...

My favorite tool has to be the Cricut!

Christina said...

Great card! I love PK stamps and love how you highlighted the lashes. Thanks for this idea.
shewhodreamz at gmail dot com

Amanda said...

I love to do stitching! It's my favorite finishing detail! (als1048@gmail.com)

Kimberly said...

I'm now a follower.
Thanks for the awesome how-to! I love it! :) I plan to use it sometime soon!
Kimberly- usafwifey20 at yahoo dot com

Sandee McIntyre said...

The card it very cute.. Thanks for sharing the tip on the faces. I have not used any of the faces yet and sure do want to.. Thanks for sharing! I am already a follower!!
http://www.sandeescreativeplace.blogspot.com/
sandee.mcintyre@gmail.com

Jamie said...

love your card.. so cute. I cant pick just one fav tool so a cool technique i saw is to make your own dew drops using a hot glue gun. And then to make them different colors you can put them in a sandwich bag with ink. pretty cool. thanks for sharing and the chance to win!
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

forpahl5 said...

Already a follower! Love this idea and I hope that I win I want a set of peachy keen stamps so bad but just can't do right now.

forpahl5atgmaildotcom

Wende said...

I am a long time follower. Love those cutsey faces. Thanks for the chance to win.

GiGi said...

That is so great! I can't believe the difference! I am going to have to give this a try! Thanks for the great tips and giveaway!
booger1 at tds.net

ladydi47 said...

Nice to see you twice today~~you've been a busy scrapper! Thanks for the photos on the stamps~~it's amazing how you added so much to just a plain face stamp! Thanks for sharing.
I'm an "old" follower.
My favorites are my cricut, ribbons, buttons and MS punches.
Diana B.
crb underscore deb at bellsouth dot net

Dawn, RI said...

Im a follower and I love your crowncard. My grand kids where crowns all the time. Thanks for the littletutorial on making a peachy keen face POP. my favorite thingis MS glitter. Dawn RI
abosoffit@hotmail.com

Donna said...

Love the bling sentiment, and the Peachy Keen stamp. LOVE your card. TFS. Love my inks! djhu98ATaolDOTcom.

Vanessa said...

Thank you for the tutorial on adding the sparkle to a PKS face. I would have never thought of putting the white gel pen in her eyelashes. My favorite tool is my gypsy. Love it and really don't know what I did without it :)

Vanessa

Denise G said...

Thank you for the close up and step by step instructions. I have wondered how people get their faces so cute.

http://cricutmyway.blogspot.com/

Heather said...

Thanks for the tips on making the faces pop. My fav tool is probably my Zig two way glue pen to stick all those little Cricut pieces together. I don't think I make anything without it.

Hugs,
Heather from princesspaperprojects at yahoo dot com

Patti Ross said...

I'm a follower and I just love love love this!!! I think my favorite tip - is what you just showed. That the faces stamps are just the beginning and you need to embellish. Love that!!!

Patti Ross
rossfam@wildblue.net
www.pattilynncreations.blogspot.com

Elaine said...

I just love your queen card, it fits you so well!
Thank you so much for the step by step tutorial, being a newbie these are the things I need to know to make my cards better.

My fave things are my cricut & cuttlebug.

thanks for sharing and for the chance to win:)

ExpressionsByElaine.blogspot.com

Lilygirl said...

Hi, great tips!! Super cute faces!!My tip is to use a little tiny piece of masking tape in the corners of the paper on my Cricut mats.. this prevents the paper from slipping on not so sticky mats. Hugs Colleen laysig at telus.net

Tanya said...

GREAT tips.. I too am a PKS LOVERRR .. I use them babies every chance I get!! I also LOVE my Sarah Pink Cricut and MPS stamps!! LOVE them!!

hugs,
Tanya
freddylswillima@windstream.net

Julie said...

I'm a follower and i have to say one of my favorite techniques is to add stitching to a card or cut. This little detail always makes the card so much better.

Julie
julie at hotmail dot com

*Star said...

Fabulous card! That PK face is so darn cute! my favs are my "E", PK stamps, and my Cuttle bug. Tfs and have a great day. :)

star24601 at gmail dot com
starspaperpassion.blogspot.com

McVic said...

My Fav things are my white pen and stickles- I love them. Thanks for the chance to win some PK- Im already a follower- Keeping my fingers crossed on thins one!!
kacee
mcvicwif@yahoo.com

Trisha said...

This card is wonderful. Thanks for all the tips on how to make it pop. I am loving my Cri Kut gel pens right now for being able to "write" my sentiments. THanks for sharing and the chance to win. I am a follower. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Karen said...

This is my first blog hop. Thanks for the chance to win something and all the fun hopping around. I'll be following you more. Thanks!

Clare D. said...

I think the snowmen faces in this set are adorable! Favorite tool, right now is my glue gun! I am making 3 d flowers like there is no more real flowers, and I am following! cjdempsey9 at msn dot com

scrapaholicjen said...

Thanks for the tip! Love how you do your faces! My favorite scrapbooking tool is my cricut!
qtme2003 at yahoo dot ca

Elaine said...

your card is very special..I enjoyed seeing it being made and I am becoming a fan of the stamps.
scrapperelaine@live.com

A Scrap Above said...

Hey Theresa

I always know I will find another great project when i visit your blog, and this Crown card is just tooo cute! I love that you added a smiley face!
I am already a follower of your talented blog.
TFS and a chance to win
Bonnie C
http://ascrapabove.blogspot.com
ascrapabove(at)aol(dot)com

Lesley from WI said...

Oh my goodness this is the cutest. I love the face and your tutorial. I love how you did those lashes! Cute, Cute, Cute!! My favorite tool has to be my Cricut and I love my Peachy Keen Critter faces stamps.

Debra said...

Love your blog and your ideas.....will be back later

Debbi said...

Very cute card! I love how you added the details. Thanks for the tutorial!
I'm already a follower. One of my fav tools is my Silhouette SD.
*smiles*
debbi

Josie0602 said...

Already a big fan (and follower) of your blog! My favorite tip is to use a baby wipe to clean my stamps. Thanks for the chance to win Happy Lashes...they are the next set of Peachy Keen stamps that I will be buying.
jtg0398 at sbcglobal dot net

Marianne said...

Cute, cute, cute. I adore all your projects! Not sure I can give you a new tip on something you don't already know. BTW, great job on your projects for last week at PKS. Thank you for sharing your favorites with us.

Marianne S.
sthquilter at gmail dot com

Anna said...

Great card!!! Love it!!! And love your work. It was so nice to 'see' you and the other ladies having such a great time today. Right now my favorite new toy is my cricut. This has been another great blog hop.
Thanks so much for the chance to win.
annadowdy at gmail dot com

AmyJRockstar said...

Thanks for the awesome step by step! Love it! I have a million "favorite" thngs when it comes to crafting, but on thing I use all the time are Glossy Accents. It's the coolest thing ever. Love how it makes a flat image shiny and how it makes it just pop off the page. So easy to use. Everyone should try it!
Xo ~ Amy Jo (follower)
amyjrockstar at gmail dot com

Kathy's-Krafts said...

I love the enhancements that you gave to the faces...they are great.
kgprevost(at)sbcglobal(dot)net
http://kathyskraftsandmore.blogspot.com/

Sue said...

The crown is great - simple but so cute! Great idea. And thanks for the mini-tutorial on working with faces. I really have a lot to learn about drawing them. This hop was great!
suekimmet@gmail dot com

BUZZY BEE DESIGNS & GRAPHICS said...

CUTE card... would Love to win stamps...
Rebecca Minor
Buzzybeedesigns(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

juelmarie said...

Sometimes when i'm sure about a card - i take a picture and i get a different perspective - it's almost like seeing it like others do!

Evelyn said...

Super cute, thanks for the tips on the faces. One of my favorite tools is my i-rock, I use it on almost every project (gotta have bling).
evinadas

evl14512 at gmail.com

mum of two said...

Well, you know I am one of your loyal subjects :) I loev the little tutorial you gave on doing your PKS, I need to practice those. Your crown card is gorgeous!! TFS your genius with us, and for the chance to win. Love ya!

michelle

Tanya said...

Love your card!! I love PK stamps, thanks for the chance to win that set!

Tanya
phenis2031 at yahoo dot com

Kerry--Momma K said...

Great tips. What a difference a white gel pen makes.
Kerry

kerrysmith at rogers dot com

Cassandra said...

What an adorable card. I love my corner puncher. I tend to use it ALL the time.

missyb22 at hotmail dot com

Heather said...

Such a cute card! My favorite tool is my cricut! I would love to win those PK stamps! Thanks for the chance!
ra6352 (At) gmail (dot) com

Karen said...

I too am know in my circle as the Queen of everything! My Cuttlebug is my flavor of the week.

Scrap'n Yamma said...

What a busy woman! Your cards are gorgeous! Thank you for sharing!

Xushenka said...

Aw, great card! :)
My favorite things to use would be ribbon and glitter.. :D I love adding glitter to highlight a card, for example on edges and details. :)
And I love very much using the Bow-Easy tool for the ribbons... It's great! Although mine is a bit "ghetto".. It's just a piece of cardstock cut out to look like the Bow-easy, but it still works very well. ;)

Lisa said...

Loved your step by step directions on your super cute card! My favorite tools are my cricut and my gypsy!

paperbutterflies AT sbcglobal DOT net

Sheree said...

Hi Theresa, as you know, I am and have been a follower for awhile...love your projects. As a matter of fact....it is all your fault! My absolute fav is my peachy keen stamps! I saw a project you made such as this gorgeous card you just posted and had to have those stamps. Six sets later and I cannot wait until the end of the month...so I can order more! Love love love your projects!

sheree.burress@gmail.com
cravinscrappin.blogspot.com

Michelle said...

I truly love your crown card. What an adorable face. I love. One of my favorite things is my Gypsy!!!
TFS

Michelle (mpetrovich23 at yahoo dot com)

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Super cute! I love how it makes the lashes look! I love to use the little square thing that helps remove adhesive!

Scrappin' Sista said...

I'm already a proud follower. Love the card and the tutorial. Great job on both. One of my favorite things is my white gel pen. TFS and the chance to win!

Christel a.k.a. Scrappin' Sista
askscrappinsista(at)hotmail(dot)com

Amee said...

my favorite tool is my ATG. applying adhesive is way easier and its excellent adhesive!!

VERY cute stuff-you've been a busy lady!!!

ameemclementATgmailDOTcom

karensk said...

Great job, Thanks for sharing
karenk 3 at ameritech dot net

Melissa Bell said...

Wow, thanks for the tutorial on the pks face. That was really helpful :) My favorite tool right now is my Gypsy because it's my newest toy and I'm having a really fun time learning it. Thanks for the chance to win, contact email is in profile.

christana08 said...

I loved your step by step!
My favorite tool would have to be my cricut. :) I am still in love after 3 years.
chris.tana08 @ hotmail . com

Lisa J said...

Thank you SO much for showing us step by step on how to snaz up any PK face! I am still learning how to do them! And yes they do make any cut so STINKIN CUTE!
I love anything that SPARKLES too! The more BLING the better! :D

{{hugs}}

tjsgal at gmail dot com

GreenScrap said...

Thanks so much for the tip my everyday faces just got here and I am a little intimidated by them. My fave thing are my pens I loooove them!! I love your card and that stamp that says queen of everything is cute!! TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

SherriC. said...

Theresa this is tooo cute, Lov ethe PK stamps, and the white gel pen highlights.....TFS!!!!
brodiec88 at hotmail dot com

Patti B said...

New follower glad to find your talentness. I like to do doodling also. But love to make my cards pop

lebpab21408 at frontier dot com

Carol E. said...

What a fun card. I would have to say my favorite crafty tool(s) I like are my cricut and bling..I don't have any stamps from Peachy Keen yet, but they are on my ever so growing want list.
Thanks
cjtj1999 at hotmail dot com

Cricutting Wendy said...

Your card is royally precious But what else would we expect from the Queen!

Thanks for the stamping tips! I just got my PK stamps so I can use the help. I am pretty new to this so I don't really have any tips to share. I am getting all my tips from you guys at this point.

My favorite crafting item right now are PK stamps. I just got them and they are AWESOME!

alwayscharlie said...

I adore your Queen of Everything card! also really appreciated your how to on stamping/embellishing! It was wonderful!

kcscrapbooking said...

I have to say my favorite tool would be my gypsy and my dremel hot glue gun(hairbow maker)just started a stamping collection so no peachy keen stamps yet but i love my critter carts so they are definately on my NEED list :)

pattyk said...

Wonderful stamping tips- thank you very much(I needed the help).I like embossing and ribbon. --millierose651@aol.com

kathlee said...

I love the card but you really can't be the queen of everything...cause I am! LOL.....my favorite thing is my Cricut Expression.....it is my prized possession! TFS!
kathlee154@gmail.com
http://kathleessnippitsncricuts.blogspot.com

Kim. said...

Great tips, thanks for sharing those. Cute card too. My favourite tool at the moment is my i-rock but they will all change when my first two sets of peachy keen faces arrive lol.
Kim xXx

Lezlye said...

Great tutorial for PK stamps! My favorite tool is actually my quickutz quick stik. It has a sticky putty that allows me to pick up small circuit cuts for layering! Thanks for the chanceto win some greatstamps!
iluvscrpn at gmail dot com

Cathy said...

Theresa, WOW is all I can say about your PK face stamps tutorial, with your talent it really makes the item a cutie!! My 'tool' that I grab most often is a pushpin...I use it to punch out tiny things from Cricut cuts, make brad holes, paper pierce, help lift corners of pop dots/tape, etc and it is handy on the bulletin board in front of me!
Great blog hop thanx for sharing.
Cathy S
seashore@telus.net

Dana said...

What an adorable card! Love the peachy keen stamps too!

dmcarlisle09atgmaildotcom

Kathy's Kreative Spot said...

Love the gel pen accent the make the stamped image come alive. My favorite tool beside my Cricuts is the Gyspy; i love thet it stores all my cartridge in one place, it is portable and lets me be creative anywheres.

Kathy
Katsews at gmail dotcom

Angela R said...

I love your little peachy faces, and all your gel pen work is adorable and so perfect! Thank you so much for sharing!I love my simple tombo glue runner it holds all my projects together so perfectly!
Contact Info: incase I get lucky enough to win that amazing candy!
Email: arebori0204@gmail.com
New Blog: www.scraptillyadrop.blogspot.com

Amy said...

I love my white gel pen!
amywooten2010 at gmail dot com

Amanda said...

SUPER cute!! I would have to say I love my gypsy and I, too, like to add bling to all of my cards. I love my i-rock. TFS!

amandawoodau at hotmail dot com

Kim said...

Your card is so cute! Thanks for showing us step by step how you did the face, I found that to be very helpful.

Angela said...

Totally love the "Queen of Everything" what a great card!

Just became a follower-love your work!

lauermaa@gmail.com

Alex said...

hey there :) I'm trying to catch up on the other hops that went on this weekend :) You know I love this card :)

the condes at gmail dot com

Ola said...

I'm already a follower! I love this... the white gel pen really makes everything pop! I've tried stitching on cards & let's just say I'm horrible at it.... practice, practice, practice!

I love my stickles, can't get enough sparkle!

I would love for you (everyone) to visit my blog: zloe.blogspot.com I have a blog candy giveaway going on right now!

Thank you so much for sharing!!!

~Ola
okj83 at live dot com
zloe.blogspot.com

Darlene said...

So very cute! and thanks for the tutorial! I love my gypsy! But I think my Imagine will become my new fave for 2010!

Darlene
desaucier at bellsouth dot net

Amy said...

Thank you so much for the lesson on using the Peachy Keen stamps so effectively - what a difference the extra steps make! I also met you earlier today in Alex's Birthday blog hop. Favorite thing: so many but let's say Cricut, Gypsy, bling. My new favorite will hopefully be Peachy Keen stamps, I've wanted them for quite some time. Amyscats, amylfahnestock@gmail.com

karensk said...

I need to get one of those magic gel pens for my faces,thanks for sharing.
karen k3 at ameritech dot net

Reneeleeak said...

Love your "Queen" card and thanks for sharing how you add to the Peachy faces. Wow, what a difference from plain ink to adding pizzaz to it! The heart turned out so, so cute!
My favorite tool is my cricut and cuttlebug. (I'm still getting used to my cricut.) ☺
reneeleeak at yahoo dot com

youiesmom said...

Thanks for showing how to make those little faces come to life. The step by step pictures really help. I'm already a follower. My favorite items are embossing folders. I love them. They add so much to a card or any project.
Thanks for a chance to win.

Babe
youiesmom@att.net

cowbelleru said...

very cute heart card.
A few of my favorite things are all of my Cricut Cartridges (87) and my Zip Dry. It's been lots of fun making it to the end of the hop. Thank you for taking the time to share everything.
Cowbelleru@sbcglobal.net

Lisa Rhodes Lamer said...

just tried elmers restickable glue stick on my mats and it works but don't ever use glue gone on them :)! take it from me I found out the hard way!!!

Bobbi said...

I love your cards. The faces are so happy. My favorite tool is my iRock at the moment. I have been blinging everything:)

Laura said...

My favorite thing right now has to be my Gypsy because I can design what I am going to cut from a more comfortable place than where my Cricut is.

kramer_buffy said...

Is the gypsy considered a tool? then it is my fav.... I just got it 2 weeks ago and I am in heaven!

thanks for the tip on how to make the faces, now i need to figure out where to find your white pen.


-- dalis
alidalis AT comcast DOT net

Sandra 365 Days Of Cricut said...

How cute is this! Love the sentiment and your heart tutorial!

A-M said...

I'm already a follower of your blog and really enjoy reading it! As for my favorite tool, I find myself reaching for my Stickles and edge distressing tools on a regular basis! Thank you for this chance to win! :)

Cathe said...

I must say that I totally love how you took a simple stamp and added a few touches to it and it becomes an amazing image!

Cathe
ovalemama@gmail.com
http://ovalemamas.blogspot.com/