Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Vintage scrapbooking in my favourite colours

I think I may have mentioned that DH and I aren't really too keen on having our pic taken. So fodder for scrapbooking could have been a little light. But ... we both love taking travel photos wherever we go and so I've started to scrap some of our travel pix from previous years. Plenty of material, (as both families will agree when we face them with hundreds of holiday photos whenever we get back), lol!

Today's page is one that I started to put together at my last crop and I CASEd it totally from one in the current main catalogue:

Well I finally printed off the photo and put it together last night:

Stamp sets: Vintage Vogue, Very Vintage
Cardstock: Rich Razzleberry, River Rock, Very Vanilla
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, River Rock
Satin Ribbon: Old Olive
Punch: Round Tab
Other: Brights Designer Buttons

The 6" x 6" page of Rich Razzleberry was stamped with the Very Vintage wheel in matching ink. A strip of River Rock was also wheeled with the same Very Vintage in River Rock ink. This strip was torn along both edges, sponged with more River rock and wrapped with Old Olive Satin Ribbon. The pic was matted onto Old Olive card. A Round Tab punched from River Rock card, was journalled and adhered behind the pic, before tucking the photo behind the ribbon. The flowers and leaves were stamped using the rock and roll technique with River Rock and Rich Razzleberry inks before being cut out and shaped. The button was threaded with a sliver of River Rock card then added to the centre of the larger flower on a glue dot.

The photo was taken at Versailles at the little farm (Hameau de la Reine) that was Marie Antoinette's rustic retreat.

Thanks for stopping by.

Sara xx

Saturday, 26 March 2011

Mini Catalogue Launch Party, Saturday 2 April - you're all invited!!

Yay! The fantastic new Mini Catalogue will soon be here full of fantastic goodies including new stamp sets, new tools and new accessories.

To celebrate, I'm having a Launch Party a week today and you're all invited!

I'm covering all costs for the room hire, refreshments etc. but I'd welcome any donations for Cavendish Cancer Care.

When: anytime 11am - 3.30pm, Saturday 2 April

Where: St Saviour's Church Hall, Mortomley Lane, High Green (click here for more details on how to find it)

  • a free goodie bag
  • demonstrations of new techniques
  • make 'n' take projects for you to test out the new goodies
  • samples for looking and touching
  • refreshments
  • prizes
Feel free to just drop in on the day but if you email me that you're coming along then I'll make sure there's a goodie bag set aside for you and that I don't run out.

Thursday, 24 March 2011

Thinking of a friend

Unfortunately I had another sad occasion for cardmaking recently. A friend lost her Mum and I though that the Thinking of You sentiment might be more appropriate and be a little less harsh than the usual sympathy sentiment.

The card is a variation of one that I originally made as a thank you.

Stamp sets: Just Believe, Sincere Salutations
Cardstock: Concord Crush, Very Vanilla
Ink: Concord Crush
Other: Basic Pearls

The card base is an A6 portrait of Concord Crush. Using Concord Crush ink the main image was stamped onto Very Vanilla card. The sentiment was stamped in the top right corner in the same ink and the matching marker was used to draw a frame joining them both. This was matted onto the card front and teeny pearls added to the centres of the flowers.

Here's hoping that I don't have any more need of cards like this for quite a while now.

Sara xx

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

March thank you cards

This card has been my thank you card for my customers this month and was inspired by a swap that I got at Regional training a few weeks ago. Sorry, but I've misplaced the original (it's under the swamp that used to be my craft table) so I'll have to update with name of the originator just as soon as I find it (or if you recognise it then please let me know and I'll credit accordingly).

Stamp set: Just Believe
Cardstock: Rich Razzleberry, Pear Pizzazz, Very Vanilla
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Pear Pizzazz
Punches: Eyelet Border, Boho Blossoms
Other: Gold Brads

The base card is a square of Rich Razzleberry. A smaller square of Pear Pizzazz was used to mark the position of the corners and a stamp-a-ma-jig used to stamp the flower frame from the Just Believe set in Rich Razzleberry ink so that just the flowers show at each corner of the Very Vanilla mat. Leaves were stamped in Pear Pizzazz ink on a smaller square of Very Vanilla card and the small flower from the Boho Blossoms was punched from Rich Razzleberry card and secured with a gold brad. An Eyelet Border was punched from Pear Pizzazz card and stamped with the sentiment in Rich Razzleberry.

Thanks for stopping by.

Sara xx

Sunday, 20 March 2011

A little pink bundle of love

Hope you're having a restful and relaxing weekend. I've been enjoying a bit of family time with my Mum and Dad. Dad's recovering after a small op so it's been good to take time out with them and enjoy their company.

It was also nice to be able to do a small favour for my Mum. She needed a a baby card recently and so I whipped up this little creation. It's pretty quick to make but still has the cute factor I was going for.

Stamp set: Bundle of Love
Cardstock: Pretty in Pink, Whisper White, Rose Red
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Rose Red, Black Stazon
DSP: Subtles Patterns Stack
Punch: Corner Rounder
1cm Taffeta Ribbon: Pretty in Pink

The card blank is an A6 landscape of Pretty in Pink. The background mat was created by bunching together a group of the dinky clear mount stamps from the set onto a single block and repeat stamping with Pretty in Pink ink onto Whisper White card - background paper, double quick time.

This was wrapped with Pretty in Pink taffeta ribbon and adhered to the card front. The pram was stamped in Black Stazon onto Whisper White card and again onto DSP and then the baby's head and the bootees were stamped over the top of just the Whisper White version (no real need for the Stamp-a-ma-jig when using clear mount). The pram was cut out of the DSP and paper pieced over the Whisper White version. Using Pretty in Pink and Rose Red markers the bootees and the pram base were coloured in. The corners of the image were punched with the Corner Rounder and it was matted onto Rose Red card, also Corner Rounded. This was popped up on dimensionals on the card front. To finish a bow of Pretty in Pink taffeta ribbon was attached with a glue dot.

As well as 5 other dinky, cute images not used here, this fab stamp set also comes with a verse, invitation and range of sentiments. I selected the verse and a sentiment for the inside of the card and just finished again with another baby image in the bottom corner.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Sara xx

Friday, 18 March 2011

A bright and cheerful mothers day card

Can you believe that it's only a little over two weeks until Mother's Day, next thing you know it'll be Easter, lol.

So I thought it was time to share a Mother's Day card with you and since I've been working with new goodies from the Mini Catalogue I can't post mine on my blog until 1 April. Today's card is therefore from a guest crafter - my DH, heehee. I think I might have got him hooked. He knows most of the colour names by now and loves embossing, though I got him to try the Crystal Effects this time round.

All his own work again. He decides the colour combo and the layout and then just asks me how he can achieve the effect he wants.

Just hope that MIL doesn't stop by this bit of cyberspace in the next few weeks.

Stamp sets: Because I Care, Occasional Greetings (sentiment inside)
Cardstock: Daffodil Delight, Tempting Turquoise, Basic Black, Pretty in Pink, Peach Parfait, Bashful Blue, Pear Pizzazz, Very Vanilla
Ink: Tempting Turquoise, Daffodil Delight, Wild Wasabi, Melon Mambo, Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black
Punches: 1-3/8" Square, 1-1/4" Square
Other: Crystal Effects
Non-SU: Die cut letters

The card base is an A6 landscape of Daffodil Delight with the front right edge cut away to make the card front near enough square. He stamped the orange, green, blue and pink flowers using the darker ink onto the lighter card each time. Then with the 1-3/8" Square he punched a different but overlapping piece of the whole image. These were adhered direct to a square of Basic Black card, then matted onto Tempting Turquoise card before adhering to the card front. The flower was stamped again in Daffodil Delight ink onto Very vanilla card, punched with the 1/1-4" Square, matted onto a 1-3/8" Square of Daffodil Delight and popped up on dimensionals for the centre. The die-cut letters were covered with Crystal effects for a glossy look and once dry, adhered to a strip of Basic Black card on the back right edge of the inside of the card. The inside was finished with the sentiment.

Hope you have a great weekend.

Sara xx

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

A clean and simple sympathy card

Today's card is one of those difficult ones. Unfortunately I recently needed a sympathy card for a friend who lost her husband. I always wait a while after the event before sharing these cards so as not to upset or offend but I also know that ideas for this type of card are much appreciated.

Stamp sets: Fast and Fabulous, Sentiment - Close as a Memory (retired)
Cardstock: Perfect Plum, Elegant Eggplant, Whisper White
Ink: Perfect Plum, Elegant Eggplant, Old Olive
Punches: Extra-large Tag, Large Tag

The card blank is an A6 portrait of Perfect Plum. I used Old Olive and Elegant Eggplant markers direct to stamp for the outline flowers and stamped them onto Whisper White card. Using Perfect Plum ink I overstamped with the solid flower stamp. This layer was matted onto Elegant Eggplant card and popped up on dimensionals on the card front. The sentiment was stamped with Perfect Plum and Elegant Eggplant inks onto Whisper White card using the rock and roll technique. This was trimmed to fit into the Large Tag punch and punched at either end. It was then matted onto Elegant Eggplant card punched in the same way with the Extra-large Tag and popped up on dimensionals below the main image.

Sara xx

Monday, 14 March 2011

Red Nose pirate box

When I saw the cute little pirate red nose that's around for Comic Relief this year, it immediately made me think about our Beware Pirates set and so I decided to make a little box to gift the red nose with.

Stamp set: Beware Pirates
Cardstock: Basic Black, Real Red, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Black, Real Red
Punch: 1" Circle

The box is a variation of the Mini Pizza box (instructions can be found here). My version is 25.5cm x 15cm cut from Basic Black card and scored at 4.5cm in from every edge and then again at 10.5cm inwards from each short edge. I find it's easier to decorate the box before you glue it together. The side panels are 5.5cm x 3cm and stamped with the Arrrrr! sentiment in Basic Black. These A square of 5.4cm Whisper White was stamped with the Skull and Cross Bones in Real Red. This was matted onto a 5.8cm square of Real Red card and popped up on dimensionals on the box lid. A semi-circle opening tab was punched from the front of the box with the 1" Circle. Finally it was glued together and the Red Nose popped inside.

Thanks for stopping by.

Sara xx

Sunday, 13 March 2011

Technique class results for rolling with the punches and baby wipe technique

I'm sorry I've been such a bad blogger over the last few days. We've had serious health problems in the family (multiple) that have quite rightly got in the way of my crafting. Family comes first for me and I hope that you'll all understand.

Some of the health issues are resolved now though and I'm even hoping to have a play with my new stash of goodies from the Mini Catalogue today, ready to share them with you from 1 April. I should be able to get back to my usual blogging routine from now on.

For now, I thought I'd share a few pix from our crop and class yesterday. We welcomed Heather to our crop this month. Hi Heather *waves*.

Our class techniques this month were:

Rolling with the punches

Baby Wipe

I put it to the vote and this time we didn't make scrapbook pages as the current class members would rather make extra cards instead. We're going to switch and change the projects a bit so next month it will be a card and a 3d item. With our "inkpads" from the baby wipe technique we had plenty left to stamp out sheets full if images and create some great background pages.

A fun time was had by all (even through a bad headache - hope that's gone by now Barbara) and I think we even rather enjoyed the mess and getting a bit inky (hope it's starting to wash off by now though ladies, lol). Included in their class fee this month, everyone got 3 reinkers in in-colours to take home with them, so that they can repeat the technique at home.

And everyone got stunning results. I did remember to grab a few pix on my phone this time to show you what fabulous crafters I get to play ... I mean work with, lol.

Aren't they gorgeous?

We'd love to have you join us next month for the crop, the class or both. Our venue has double booked on our regular day (a mix up because the caretaker was away) and so we're for one month only we're holding the next crop and class on the first Saturday, 2 April, usual time 11am-4pm, usual place St Saviours.

And as a special for the Mini Catalogue launch, I'm paying for the venue costs so that you can come along to the crop for free (though I would very much welcome any donations for the Cavendish Cancer Care charity) and get to see and play with the new goodies. There'll be demonstrations, make and takes and a few prizes too, so please make a date in your diary to join us.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Sara xx

Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Pirate double slider card

Here's the last of this month's In Love With Stamping challenge samples. I got this set just after Christmas and I've been itching to play with it. I figured it was a great set of images for putting together a double slider card that would meet the In Love With Stamping challenge of creating a moving card.

Stamp set: Beware Pirates
Cardstock: Basic Black, Real Red, Whisper White
Ink: Versamark, Real Red Marker
Punches: Word Window, 1/2" Circle
3mm Taffeta Ribbon: Basic Black
Other: Black EP, Silver EP, Silver Eyelet

This double slider card was made following the tutorial here but starting with half a sheet of A4 Basic Black card (cut lengthways and folded in half). The main image on the card front was stamped in Versamark, heat embossed with Silver EP and then matted onto Real Red card.

For the inside sliders the images were stamped in Versamark onto Whisper White card and heat embossed with Black EP. They were also matted onto Real Red card. (A Real Red marker was used to add a little blood to the sword). The top of the slider was punched and set with a Silver Eyelet before tying with 3mm Basic Black Taffeta ribbon.

I've already got another project in mind to go with this card so please stop by again soon to take a look.

Sara xx

Monday, 7 March 2011

Caught in crystal amber dragonfly

Back to the challenges today. The In Love With Stamping Design Team always make at least one card for each monthly challenge set but then we get to repeat two of the challenges. I had such fun with the Caught in Crystal technique that I just had to make this challenge one of my repeaters. My intention here was to give more of a Caught in Amber effect.

Hopefully that comes across.

Stamp sets: Nature's Nest, Just Believe (sentiment)
Cardstock: Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, Whisper White, Medium Window Sheet
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, Black Stazon, Pumpkin Pie ink refill
DSP: Neutrals Patterns
Punches: Modern Label, Word Window
Other: Crystal Effects, Neutrals Brads

The "caught in amber" effect was created in the same way as the previous card here stamping the dragonfly with Black Stazon but using only Pumpkin Pie ink with the Crystal Effects and without Dazzling Diamonds. Once dry it was matted onto Whisper White and then Basic Black card and secured in the corners with black brads. An A6 landscape card blank of Pumpkin Pie was matted direct with Basic Black card and Patterns DSP. Pumpkin Pie card was stamped randomly with the dragonfly in Pumpkin Pie ink and then matted direct to Basic Black card. This was adhered direct to the card front. The sentiment was stamped in Basic Black ink onto a scrap of Pumpkin Pie card and punched with the Word Window before matting onto a Modern Label of Basic Black card. The sentiment and the amber dragonfly were popped up on dimensionals on the card front.

Can't wait to see your own examples of this technique in the ILWS gallery.

Sara xx

Sunday, 6 March 2011

Baskets for recent workshops and training swaps

Hope that you're all having a fun and relaxing weekend. A quick break from the monthly In Love With Stamping challenges today. They don't seem to be up on the forum yet.

I had a fantastic day at regional training yesterday with my upline Joanne, downline Jan and about another 67 demos! Hi to Ann and Ann-Marie that shared our table *waves*. Can you imagine, 70 of us in one room? It gets giddy at times ... and very loud, lol. Not sure what the nurses doing their training in the next room must have thought of us. And of course we're all very supportive of each other in our need for paper stroking, frippery and glitz, heehee. Jan and Joanne didn't do anything to reduce my ever growing shopping basket as we got to see and play with the new goodies coming up in the Mini Catalogue. I can't wait to share them with you on 1 April (a fool free zone that day on my blog).

For now I'll share the little project that I took for swapping and that we also had as the make and take at a recent workshop.

Stamp set: Vintage Vogue
Cardstock: Rich Razzleberry, River Rock, Very Vanilla
Ink: Always Artichoke, Rich Razzleberry
3mm Ribbon: Rich Razzleberry
Other: Gold Brads

The basket is 7.5" x 7.5" Rich Razzleberry scored at 2.5" on all four sides then flipped over and scored from the corner to the intersection of the scorelines. The crop-a-dile was used to punch a hole in each corner for threading the ribbon. Adhered to each side is a 2" x 2" square of River Rock stamped with the leafy frond in Always Artichoke. The large flower was stamped three times and the Friends once onto Very Vanilla card with Rich Razzleberry. These were then cut out (or punched out with the 1-3/4" Circle). The flowers had a gold brad added in the centre and they were all popped up on dimensionals. Finally the corners were threaded with ribbon, gathered and tied in a bow.

For the swaps I also made a few different versions (I get a bit bored doing all the same).

Mother's Day version:

Easter version:

Christmas version:

And at the workshop I demonstrated the spritzer tool and the Bliss stamp set using a large version of the basket.

Large version using 12" x 12" cardstock:

The Bliss set is no longer available but I have a few extra sets to give as hostess gifts for the first 3 people that book a workshop with me. Email me to book.

Enjoy the rest of the day.

Sara xx

Saturday, 5 March 2011

Shaker card in autumn colours

An early post today as I'm off to our Regional Training event in Leeds. I can't wait to see up close the goodies we're getting in our new Mini Catalogue, learn some new techniques ... and of course we can't get together without doing some swapping. It's been a busy few weeks but I've managed to get around 30 swaps prepared. There are 70 of us going so I won't get chance to swap with everyone but I know I'll come away with some fantastic creations and tons of inspiration.

Back to today's crafting share. One of our March challenges over at In Love With Stamping is to create a card with movement and so I decided to create a shaker card. Now I know that this design is totally the wrong time of the year but I loved the idea of having the shaker bits be "leaves" from a tree and so that meant autumn and warm colours.

Hope you can cope with me switching the seasons round on you, lol.

Stamp sets: Forest Friends, Lovely as a Tree
Cardstock: Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Whisper White, Medium Window Sheet
Ink: Cajun Craze
SU Markers: Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie
Punches: 1-3/4" Circle, Corner Rounder, Scallop Trim Corner, Scallop Trim Border, Eyelet Border (for shaker dots)

The card blank is a 4" square of Old Olive. The tree was coloured direct to stamp with markers and stamped onto Whisper White card. This was adhered direct to a mat of Pumpkin Pie that was punched with the Scallop Trim Corner and Border. A square of Cajun Craze was punched centrally with the 1-3/4" Circle and the corners punched with the Corner Rounder. Using the dinky leaf stamp from Lovely as a Tree and Cajun Craze ink this layer was random stamped. Medium Window Sheet was adhered behind the aperture and edge strips from dimensionals run around the outer edge of the aperture (ensuring no gaps for the shaker bits to get through). The shaker was filled with dots/"leaves" created using the Eyelet Border punch on Pumpkin Pie, More Mustard and Cajun Craze card (the strips punched are saved for future projects). The card was then assembled, popping the shaker sandwich up on dimensionals on the card front.

Have a great weekend.

Sara xx

Friday, 4 March 2011

Caught in Crystal with fast and fabulous

Here's another card using the Fast and Fabulous stamp set that I used yesterday, but in a totally different way. The technique challenge this month at In Love With Stamping is "Caught in Crystal". This was the first time I've played with this technique and I love it! It's a real wow effect and looks even more stunning IRL.

Stamp set: Fast and Fabulous
Cardstock: Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Whisper White, Medium Window Sheet
Ink: Black Stazon
Ink Refills: Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Bashful Blue
DSP: Play Date
Punch: Scallop Trim
Other: Subtles Brads, Crystal Effects, Dazzling Diamonds

The Caught in Crystal panel was created by stamping the outline flower stem in Black Stazon onto a piece of Medium Window Sheet (retain the tissue for later). Flipping it over and working on the reverse I spread Crystal effects over the whole area (using the nozzle of the container) and then painted the inks on with an aquapainter (just clean it well as soon you've finished) and swirled them lightly with a cocktail stick. Dazzling Diamonds were sprinkled over the wet Crystal effects then the retained tissue was crumpled up, smoothed out again and laid over the wet Crystal Effects. Now comes the hard part - you need to leave it to dry! I left mine overnight but a couple of hours is probably long enough.

To assemble the card I started with a portrait A6 blank of Old Olive. This was matted and layered with Pumpkin Pie card and Play Date DSP. The Crystal image was secured to Whisper White card with Marina Mist brads, then matted direct to Pumpkin Pie card. Mats of Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie card were punched at the right hand edge with the Scallop Trim Border and adhered, with the trims offset, behind the Crystal image. These layers were then popped up on dimensionals on the card front.

Hope you like.

Sara xx

Thursday, 3 March 2011

Fast and fabulous sketch challenge

Another day, another challenge and today it's our sketch challenge over at In Love With Stamping:

And this is my take on it. I've used Fast and Fabulous which is a Level 2 hostess set that my friend Linda is getting for free for hosting a workshop last weekend. I know you like pinks and bling Linda, so hope this inspires you for when you get your own set later this week :-)

I also used the Shimmery White card to be able to "watercolour" the flowers. You can currently get 30% off this cardstock in our March Frenzy. It has a subtle pearly sheen to it that I really can't do justice to in the pix.

Stamp sets: Fast and Fabulous, Occasional Greetings (sentiment)
Cardstock: Pretty in Pink, Melon Mambo, Shimmery White
Ink: Black Stazon, Melon Mambo, Old Olive
DSP: Lap of Luxury
Punches: Scallop Trim, 1-3/8" Circle
Other: Dazzling Diamonds

The card blank is an A6 portrait of Pretty in Pink. This was matted with a layer of Melon Mambo and then a strip of Lap of Luxury DSP was added to the upper section of the card front. Shimmery White card was cut to overlap the DSP and then punched with the Scallop Trim Border. The outline flowers were stamped with Black Stazon and then the overstamped with the solid flowers using Melon Mambo ink. An aquapainter was used to spread the ink and liven the colour up. The stems were coloured with an Old Olive marker and painted with the aquapainter again. Using Melon Mambo ink the sentiment was stamped in the lower right corner and once dry the main image was adhered to the front of the card. The large flower head was stamped twice onto the Shimmery White card using Black Stazon. Melon Mambo solid flower heads were overstamped and painted as for the main image. They were then punched out with the 1-3/8" Circle and then popped up on dimensionals on the card front. To finish, Dazzling Diamonds were added to all the flowers using Tombow.

Please email me to place your March Frenzy order or book a workshop with me.

Sara xx

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

ILWS March colour challenge

As always we have a new set of challenges for you this month over at In Love With Stamping and our colour challenge is to use:

Baja Breeze, Pear Pizzazz, Crumb Cake, Rose Red, Whisper White

Stamp set: Sweetheart, I {Heart} Hearts
Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Baja Breeze, Pear Pizzazz, Whisper White
Ink: Crumb Cake, Baja Breeze, Pear Pizzazz, Rose Red
Punches: Full Heart, 1-3/8" Circle, 1-1/4" Circle, Scallop Trim

The card blank is a 5" square of Crumb Cake. Using Rose Red ink the spotty heart was stamped onto a square of Whisper White card. The leaves were stamped with Pear Pizzazz and positioned with the stamp-a-ma-jig. Strips of Pear Pizzazz card were punched with the Scallop Trim Border and adhered to the right and left sides of the image. Using the rock 'n' roll technique and a combination of Crumb Cake and Rose Red inks, the Friend heart was stamped onto a scrap of Whisper White, punched with the Full Heart and popped up on dimensionals. A square of Crumb Cake was adhered direct to a square of Baja Breeze then popped up on dimensionals on the card front. The main image was popped up on more dimensionals in the centre. Using Baja Breeze ink the sentiment was stamped onto a scrap of Whisper White card, punched with a 1-1/4" Circle, matted onto a 1-3/8" Circle of Baja Breeze and popped up on dimensionals in the lower right corner.

Please pop back tomorrow for another challenge card.

Sara xx

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

March Frenzy

Get up to 30% off selected products 1-31 March only while stocks last.

Check out the details in the table below or click on the banner at the top of the page to see the flyer.





Retail Price

Sale Price



Fast Flowers Stampin’ Around Wheel






Neighborhood Stampin’ Around Jumbo Wheel






Friendly Set






Spot On Stampin’ Around Jumbo Wheel






Baroque Border Stampin’ Around Wheel






Cheer & Wishes Set






A4 Shimmery White Card Stock






A4 Glossy White Card Stock






Greenhouse Gala Designer Series Paper






Hidden Garden Blossoms Rub-Ons






Styled Silver Hodgepodge Hardware






Stampin’ Pastels New Color Kit






Blender Pens




Email me to place your order.

Sara xx