Monday, October 26, 2009

2 Sketches 4 You - #38 - Happy Halloween!

Good Morning Everyone,

I hope that you had a lovely weekend! Ours was wonderful, celebrating the wedding of one of my dear friends and wishing them the best in the new adventure of marriage :) This morning over at 2 Sketches 4 You, is a sad one, as team members Lori, Kim, Anja, Latisha are departing today :( waaaaaaahhh! I feel so lucky to be part of this amazing team and to have a chance to have worked with them :)

This week's sponsor over at 2S4U is the Cutting Cafe by Regina - who has all sorts of wonderfully delicious cutting stamps. The DT got to work with some spooktacular Halloween stamps and I love the fact that you can just print them out and adjust the size (or even flip it the other way) and then assemble your card in a snap! Here is my card for this week's awesome sketch challenge:

Card Ingredients:
Paper: Sweet Shoppe Design for the pink background paper, rest are scraps
Stamps: Cutting Cafe by Regina
Accessories: spellbinders, circle punches, dimensionals, liquid pearls, ribbon

I had a lot of fun making this card - and love this fantabulous sketch!!! THank you so much Regina for sponsoring 2S4U!!! And big hugs to the ladies who are leaving the 2S4UDT :( Please hop on over to their blogs and leave them some love!! They are simply FABULOUS!!!


Love you ladies - wishing you all love and happiness in all that you do!!! Please hop on over to 2 Sketches 4 You where you can read more about these wonderful ladies and check out all the projects together!

Thanks for stopping by here today!!
Sending you all lots of happy hugs!

Sankari :)

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Verve Believe Blog Hop!

Good Morning Everyone and Welcome to the Believe Blog Hop by Verve Stamps!

If you’ve just happened across my blog, you’ll want to start back at the beginning over at Julee's Blog ( and hop your way along.

Today we’re hopping for the Cure, sharing projects from a new set Verve just released called Believe. This set was designed in honor of breast cancer awareness and Verve is donating $10 from the sale of every Believe set to the Susan G Komen For the Cure foundation. We believe that we can make a difference. We believe that each day should be celebrated, each moment cherished and that every little thing we can do in the fight to find a cure matters.

Project Title: Believe Gift Set:
I made two projects today. One is a little notebook and notepaper holder. The Notepaper holder has the sentiment: "Believe in Miracles" and "Survivor" on the side and the Notebook has the sentiment: "Never Give Up" on the front.

Here is a closer look at the notebook. A little something for daily affirmations, etc.:

Project Details:

Paper: Digital: All are from the Sweet Shoppe Designs store and from the kit: This One's For the Girls by Heather Roseli, Krystal Hartley and Mandabean. Ink: Memento Lilac, Stamps: Believe by Verve, Accessories: Notepaper holder and Notebook, pen, ribbon from stash, Kaiser bling, dimnesionals, sticky tape.

Project Title: Only

I love each and every single sentiment in this set - It is seriously full of inspiration and beauty and hope. I made a card using one of my FAVE new sentiments: " Only as high as I reach can I grow, Only as far as I seek can I go, Only as deep as I look can I see, Only as much as I dream can I be." - (Karen Ravn) This is such an inspiring sentiment and I LOVE the swirls and this font! I created a mostly monochromatic card going pinkish red:

Here is a closer peek at the flower: I stamped the three flowers in this set, colored them with copics, glittered them with spica glitter and then adhered them with dimensionals, curling the petals in:

Project Details:

Paper: from stash. Ink: Memento Ladybug red and Lilac, Stamps: Believe by Verve, Accessories: liquid pearls, corner chomper, spellbinders, ribbon from stash, copics, glitter, dimensionals.

Thanks for hopping by! Next up on the hop is the fabulous Susan!!! Oh, and we’ve got a special gift hidden along our hop for one lucky commenter, so if you see something you really love, give a little shout out and you just might win a $30 gift certificate to Verve!

. Julee
Jen T.
Sankari (THAT"S ME :)
Jen d.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!! Hope your weekend is fantastic!!!

Hugs!!!! Sankari :)

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Verve Sneak Peeks are here!: Christmas in the Air

Good Morning Everyone!!!

Guess what!?! Its release week over at Verve Stamps and this month's release is absolutely amazing!!! Seriously, awesome! Julee has created sentiments and images for all kinds of holiday card making and beyond!!! If you haven't yet seen the sneak peeks over at the Verve stamps blog that have already gone up on Tuesday and Wednesday - make sure you check each mouth watering sample out here! And today, Jackie Pedro, Jen Tapler, Jen del Muro, Jessie Rone and I are sneaking some peeks from two stamp sets that we are peeking today: Christmas in the Air and Holly Jolly.

For today's card, I used Julee's awesome sketch: VSOCT09D (check out all 5 Verve sketches that Julee has created and how you could win some of these stamp sets by playing along!) I made today's card from the stamp set: Christmas in the Air. I love every single sentiment in this set - but I think this is my most favorite one: Snowflakes are Winter's Butterflies - I love the font in this set and the snowflakes are divine. Since the sentiment was about butterflies and snowflakes, I decided to make a winter snowflake flower with butterflies that were emerging out of the designer paper...

Card Ingredients:
Paper: K&Company
Ink: Memento Aquamarine
Stamps: Christmas in the Air
Accessories: Inkessentials gel pen, candy dots, flower from BoBunny, Martha Stewart punch, rhinestones from Kaiser, ribbon from stash.

I stamped the four snowflakes and then colored them with copics and then glittered them and cut them out, adding dimensionals when layering them. I kept the colors monochromatic and simple so that the focus would be on the center of winter's snowflake flower :). I absolutely LOVE each and every single image in this set!

I am so not a winter girl (can't handle the cold) but I can't wait for some winter wonderland after using this stamp set!!! Hot cocoa anyone?? :) LOL! See you at the release party Friday night (9PM EST) for more details of the par-taay and how to win some of these AMAZING stamps - check out more details here!!!

Thanks for stopping by here and hop on over to the Verve Stamps blog for a whole lot of sneak peeks from the Divas!!!
Big Hugs!
Sankari :)

Happy Birthday dearest Susanna!!!

Good Morning Everyone,

Today - October 22nd is a special birthday! It's Susanna Boyd's birthday!!!! woo-hooo!!! As you might know, Susanna is the creator of the website Card of the Week and the founder/creator of Paper Craft Planet - an online community for crafters. Susanna is one of the sweetest people I know - she is AMAZING!!! Seriously - I don't know how she does all the things that she does and not only that - but she does it so beautifully!! She works, she is a mom, she coordinates sooo many different projects and always has such a positive attitude and awesome sense of humor!!! I am so blessed to have gotten to know her and chat with her - she is one sweet cookies!!! (SB, if you are reading this - I ADORE you and want to be you when I grow up!!!)

So to celebrate her birthday, the Super Nova Design Team decided to throw her a party - blogstyle! We are all creating her a special card album (you can view here) and would love for you to create a card for her as well!!! And what is a party without some yummy party favors??!!??? Right?! Well, all you have to do is:
1. create a birthday card (yup, that's it!!)
2. upload it to the photo album gallery at Paper Craft Planet with the tag SB2009.
3. All uploads must be completed by 11:59 PM EST on Sunday, Oct. 25th, from which random numbers will be selected to be eligvile for some awesome prizes: Check out these awesome prize packages that you could win just by making a birthday card and uploading to PCP!!!

7kidscollegefund : a High Hopes stamp and a Memory Box 8 pack of cards and envelopes
Hope Stamps Eternal : a Basic Grey "June Bug" prize package
Gina K Designs : Sweetest Blessings stamp set
Clear & Simple Stamps : $25 gift certificate
i{heart}papers : 3 Chicken Girl Design stamp sets
Kitchen Sink Stamps : a Mystery Prize

How YUMMY is that party favor box!!?! Well, I wanted to make SB something special and that's where Tom Selleck comes in (Jen Tapler if you are reading this, your Tom Sellect Valentine is still coming but you might only get it for 2010's Vday, lol! :). Susanna loves Tom Selleck! and so I wanted to create a little birthday something with Tom in it :) So I created a little scrapbook page for her using this week's Scrappy Sunday sketch challenge by Jen for the layout and used the awesome digital kit from the Sweet Shoppe Designs called: Cinemania by Lauren Grier and MandaBean. I have to say that these digital kits are awesome - there are so many and I just get lost looking at each yummy one!!!

This is my first full digi set and I can't wait to print it out and add some final embellishments (yes, liquid pearls, lol!) Be sure to stop by Paper Craft Planet and check out this discussion in the forum for all the details regarding Susanna's birthday celebration! You could win all of the yummy products by making a bday card - so join in the fun!

Happy Birthday dearest Susanna!!! Hope you have the best day ever!!! You seriously are beyond AWESOME!!!! Sending you big bday hugs!
And big hugs and thanks to all of you for stopping in!
THank you!!!
See you soon :) Sankari :)

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

October 20th Key Ingredients are Here!!!!

Good Morning Everyone!!

Today is the 20th of October and that means its time for another Key Ingredient's Challenge from Taylored Expressions. For those of you who are not familliar with these kits, every month, Taylor creates an awesome kit - full of Designer paper, coordinating cardstock, ribbon and embellishments - its such a great way to make cards - because everything you need is in one kit and now Taylored Expressions is now offering a monthly charge prgram - so that menas that instead of paying for all 3 or 6 month upfront, now their will be a charge every month on the 15th of each month of their subscription - so for example the 6 month program is $14.95 a month plus shipping! Now that is total YUMMINESS!

For the October 20, Key Ingredients challenge, we are so excited to work with some maya mist, chipboard and yummy papers!!! The DP is from the Cosmo Cricket line: Earth love and comes with coordinating Prism cardstock, coordinating ribbon, a ton of maya chipboard birdies and yummy Maya Mist (one tip is to make sure you tap the mister on your palm before spritzing the mist onto your project).

The challenge that Taylor has given us is to decorate our creations to give it a dimensional pop! So that could mean, liquid pearls (you know me - I LOVE dem liquid pearls :) lol!), real pearls, bling, chipboard etc. Anything that adds dimension to your creations! Today half of the Baker's Dozen is going to be feautring the elements from the October Key Ingredients - with some different projects from cards, to scrapbook ayouts to 3D items. I created a little 6x6 scrapbook layout of my daughter for this challenge:

Scrapbook page layout:
Paper: Key Ingredients from Taylored Expressions
Stamps: Downtown Diva from Taylored Expressions
Ink: Memento Lilac
Accessories: dimensionals, liquid glaze pens from Sakura, Martha heart punches, Corner chomper, buttons from stash, EK success punch, bling from stash, Frame your Imagination Vertical Stand.

This kit comes with an awesome package of Maya Road birdies chipboard - and I loved using the chipboard that I misted with the Maya road mist (Avocado Metallic mist) which just made it glimmer and shimmer. I then covered it the wing with some of the DP and added some buttons and liquid pearls, faux stitching and ribbon. Here is a closer peek at the little chipboard birdie covered in glorious mist :)

My most favorite thing to do is to display these pages in the Frame Your Imagination vertical stand after I am done - (this is a 6 x 6 layout) - I love being able to display the pages out for everyone to see and not stick it inside a scrapbook (right away at least :) and most of all my children are SO happy to see themselves on the counter (and they show it to everyone who comes in :)

I absolutely love this month's Key Ingredients (of course, I say that every month!!! :) I think one of the reasons that I love Taylor's Key Ingredients is that its so much fun trying out new papers, embellishements etc, and everything is already laid out to coordinate - so it saves so much time and helps to create projects faster! To see more of this yummy Kit- Please check out what the rest of the DT created with this lovely kit!! I can't wait to go surfing:

Thanks for visiting my blog!!! Hope you are having a fabu Tuesday!!!
Big hugs,
Sankari :)

Monday, October 19, 2009

2 Sketches 4 You -Laura's Sketch #37 - Eat Drink and be Scary!

Good Monday Morning Everyone,

Monday brings us another awesome sketch from the lovely Laura at 2 Sketches 4 You, where this week the sponsor is Creative Cuts and More. They have premade templates and die cut cards already to go - so its a simple piece of cake to put together a project.

This week for the sketch, I used one of their coffin templates to create this little favor box full of yummy Halloween treats :). I had fun adapting the sketch to a 3D element :) Before I adhered the sides of the coffin together, I traced around a DP and then cut the image to fit ontop of the cofffin favor box. And then I used adhered the sentiments finished it off with some fibrous ribbon for a little extra effect. And the last touch was adding the blueberry candycorn - its true -they do make blueberry candy corn - and they are yummy!

Card Details:
Paper: My Mind's Eye
Ink: Stazon Black with blue Sakura pens over them
Stamps: Spooky Expressions from Taylored Expressions
Accessories: dimensionals, ribbon threader - everything else from the Halloween Key Ingredients from Taylored Expressions (and ps. it was so hard not to snack on those candy corn while making this project!)

I had a lot of fun with this sketch and hope that you will give it a whirl this week! A big thanks to Creative Cuts for sponsoring this week - you have to check out 2 Sketches 4 You to see all the yummies that you could win and also to see the wonderful projects by the Design Team!!!

Thanks for stopping in today!
Hope your monday starts a fabulous week!
Big hugs :)
Sankari :)

Tag, You are it!!!

Good Morning Everyone,
Happy Monday! Another monday - another holiday challenge from the Christmas Stamping All Year Long blog, where today I am the hostess, yay!! As we get closer to Christmas, I thought it would be fun to do something a little different this week and create some tags for our gifts, presents, etc. :) So the challenge is to create at least 3 tags (they can be the same or different) :).

Card Details:
Paper: MME and stas
Ink: Memento
Accessories: Tag punch from CM, glitter ribbon, dimensionals

Every year I have wanted to make tags for our xmas presents - so I am happy to get a good start. So here is the challenge for you = create 3 tags (they don't have to be the same) and f you would still like to create a card instead of a tag - you could always create a card with a tag in it :) Check out the awesome cards the DT made for this challenge here! We would love it if you would play along so - hop on because - Tag, you are it!!! lol!
Can't wait to see your tagged creations!!! Have fun!!!

Happy Monday!
Sankari :)

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge #54 - Finding Nemo and Yummy Blog Candy :)

Good Morning Everyone!!!

This week over at Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge, we have a special guest designer: Taylor VanBruggen!!! And her pick for this week's movie is: Finding Nemo! Taylor is offering AWESOME blog candy this week: YOUR choice of any of the new stamp sets for the holidays that were just released!!! Thank you Taylor!

Taylor has also given us a color challenge - here are the colors for this movie:

I am so excited to play along for this challenge - I love this movie but I was really stumped for what to make and then I thought about the different themes of the movie: father/son, friendship, finding courage, letting go etc. and the one theme that I loved was just the essence of the father and son relationship that through everything their love was for "always". Marlin's adventure to find his son Nemo is so amazing and inspirational - that no matter what the odds, you will do anything and overcome anything for love! I was inspired by the journey and so I created a card with little fishes jumping out of the ocean with the words "me and you - always" for the sentiment.

ALL the papers for this card are DIGITAL!!! woot!!! I absolutely LOVE the Sweet Shoppe Designs store and the AMAZing variety of their digital kits - love it!!! I made this card using the Under the Sea kit from Krystal Hartley and the blue frame is from Ocean Side by Melissa Bennett. I created the elements in photoshop and then printed it out and cut out and doubled up the images:

here is a closer peek of the fishes :) aren't those fishes just the cutest :)

Card Details:
Digital Items are from the Sweet Shoppe Designs: Frame is from Ocean Side by Melissa Bennett and all the papers, fishes, waves, background are from the Under the Sea kit from Krystal Hartley
NonDigital items: EK success punch, Kaiser offshore rubon, circle punch, bling, liquid pearls, stickles, ribbon from stash and dimensionals

I had so much fun playing along. A huge thank you to Taylor for the yummy blog candy and for being our guest designer! Please check out the Cinema Saturday blog for more details on how to score some delicious holiday boooooty!!! Woot!
Big hugs!
See you at the movies!
Sankari :)

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Merry Mass Production Blog Hop from Taylored Expressions!

Happy Wednesday Everyone!

Today the Taylored Expressions Baker's Dozen DT is going to offer some quick and easy ideas for cards that you can mass produce for the holidays!!! As the holiday's approach, its always kinda crazy to mass produce christmas cards, bake holiday yummies for the kids christmas holiday parties, shopping, wrapping and all the things in between :) So we are providing some ideas for super quick and easy christmas cards to mass produce.

My goal was to create 4 cards in less than 50 minutes (and that is one HUGE challenge for me because I think I am the slowwwwest crafter ever! Here is the card that I created:

I absolutely LOVE this tweet little birdie and I lOVE the sentiments in this set! So sweet and full of joy :)

and here for easy production (total time: 45 minutes)

1. I cut out 4 identical card bases and then cut out 4 DP pieces
2. After cutting out two strips from two different DP, I punched out one of the strips with a border edger.
3. I stamped 4 sentiments in Rose Red and then cut it out with 4 labels with spellbinders and matted it.
4. I stamped the sweet little birdie and colored him with copics and then adhered him to the top of the label and then stamped the ornament and then colored it in with some copics and spica glitter.
5. And the last thing that was to tie ribbon around the cards and tah-dah :) I was so psyched that I could add 4 more to the Christmas cards pile :)

Card Details:
Paper: My Mind's Eye Colorful Christmas
Ink: Rose Red
Accessories: Spellbinders, ribbon from stash, EK success punch, copics, spica glitter, sakura glaze pen

So here is the Challenge that we are challenging everyone readers:
To create between 4 and 10 of identical or very simillar Christmas cards and take at least one photo of your cards in a full group shot. Post to your blog or any on-line gallery and then go to this post on Taylor's blog to link in :)

Check out the wonderful ideas for easy to duplicate mass production merry cards from the Baker's Dozen here:

and of course!: Taylor VanBruggen. Make sure to stop by Taylor's blog for more details of this awesome challenge! :)

Thanks so much for hopping on over here today!
Big hugs!
Sankari :)

Monday, October 12, 2009

2 Sketches 4 You - #37 - The Sweetest Season

Good Morning Everyone,

Today brings another awesome sketch from the lovely ladies at 2 Sketches 4 you - which this week is being sponsored by Just Rite Stamps. This is sketch #37 from Kazan and I can't even tell you how much I love this sketch! The first time I saw it - I was like "Wow"! what a cool sketch - and then I was like.... hmmmmm.... what am I going to do??? ack! I actually made a different card with a different circle element - but I didn't end up liking it - so I kept that aside for later. I created this mini snow globe-y card instead. I used the Just Rite Stamps: Old Fashioned Christmas Borders and Centers for the sweet image of the snowmen feeding the birds and the sentiment is from the Something Sweet Borders and Centers. The snowglobe is a clear favor circle/bubble fromTaylored Expressions and I stamped the snowmen, colored them with copics and then cut them out and placed them and adhered them to the inside circle of the favor circle. Then I adhered the papers to the card and cut out a circle for the favor to pop out of . Then I put the top of the circle on and adhered it with some tombow and then covered it with the papers with the circle part that was cut out, easily slipping over the clear globe.

The sentiment was stamped and then cut out with spellbinders and then after card was "done", I pleated the ribbon around the snowglobe (using the sticky tape and some tombow). and then of course - I had to add some liquid pearls :) lol! I am seriously loving these My Mind's Eye papers - they are so fun and bright and merry!!!

I had SO much fun making this card and I loved playing with my Just Rite stamps with Kazan's awesome sketch. I hope you have a chance to join us this week - there are some yummy goodies involved!!! For more details and to check out the amazing creations from the design team, head on over to 2 Sketches 4 You.

Happy Monday Everyone!!
Thanks for stopping by to visit today!
Stay warm and big hugs!!
Sankari :)

Holiday Monday - The Magic of Christmas

Good Morning Everyone,

It's Monday and that means its time for another holiday Monday card from the Christmas Stampin' All Year Long blog. This week, Maria is our hostess with an awesome sketch challenge. I used the newly released Holiday Wonder Set from Taylored Expressions .

Card Ingredients:
Paper: My Mind's Eye Colorful Christmas
Ink: Memento lilac, cottage ivy, expresso
Stamps: Holiday Wonder from Taylored Expressions
Accessories: crystal stickles, oval punches from Marvy, bling, rest from stash

I am so psyched to add another holiday card to my stash. I am so psyched to be part of the Christmas Stampin' All Year Long group - because its given me a chance to create a card through the year - and now I can't believe that this year is coming to a close... wow! how quickly time flies!! We would love for you to play along with the challenge this week - you can stop by the Christmas Stampin' All Year Long blog for more details and also check out the wonderful smasy creations!!

Thanks for stopping by my blog this morning! Big Hugs!
Sankari :)

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Let Your Light Shine!

Good Morning Everyone!
Happy Sunday! Today, I wanted to share with you a scrapbook layout that I made for the Verve Project Parade, where the challenge this month is to create a project with Encouraging Words. Each of the projects have been so wonderful and the sets that Julee creates really makes it so easy to share a part of our heart with those around us. As soon as I saw "encouraging words", I knew I wanted to make something for my little man - he started school this year - and I wanted him to always remember that he is our shining star. I made him a 12x12 layout on an Acrylic cutout that can be hung from his room. The sentiment on the top reads: "Let Your Light Shine" and then on the bottom of the photos the sentiment reads: "You're A Star, Yes That's What You Are". I hung this Acrylic layout in his room - so that he always knows that he is a shining star :)

Here is a close up of the sentiment: "Let Your Light Shine". After I added the Acrylic Mat on top of the layout, I added some bling over the acrylic mat board.

Here is another close up shot of the the sentiment lining the bottom - "You're a Star, Yes That's What You Are."

Paper: Paper pack from Abbey Road
Ink: Memento
Stamps: Star Struck from Verve
Accessories: star punch from CM, corner rounder, corner chomper, bling from Kaiser, ribbon from Taylored Expressions, acrylic matboard and cut out for layout from Acu-Cut templates.

I think the best part of creating this layout was showing my son after I was done - his face totally lit up and he picked out where in his room he wanted to hang it - so sweet! Now, I have to make one for our little daughter - who is wondering where her layout is :)

Check Out all the amazing projects for the Verve project parade for the Encouraging Words challenge on the Verve blog and take the challenge yourself where you can win a Verve set!! For more details - check it out here!

Thanks so much for visiting my blog today!!!
Hope you are enjoying your weekend!!!
Big hugs!
Sankari :)

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge #53 - Elizabeth - the Golden Age

Welcome to our 53rd movie challenge over at Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge where every Saturday, we pick a movie and create something (card, scrapbook layout - anything - that is inspired by the movie). This week we are featuring the 2007 Oscar winning movie: Elizabeth the Golden Age with Oscar nominated actress Cate Blanchett. This is an AMAZING movie full of amazing color, amazing costumes, amazing cinematography about the rule of the Virgin Queen: Elizabeth. For this movie challenge - you can play with either this movie or its prequel: Elizabeth (another amazing movie with amazing cinematography!). According to Wikipedia, this movie: Elizabeth: The Golden Age "won the Academy Award for Best Costume Design and Cate Blanchett received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Blanchett was an Oscar nominee for Best Actress for Elizabeth as well." We hope you enjoy playing along with this challenge!

There was something so captivating about the first movie Elizabeth - there was something just lovely to watch with the amazing costumes (wow - the details are simply lovely) and the same in the movie Elizabeth the Golden Age. I just loved the cinematography and colors and the sets, costumes were like eye candy. I adore Cate Blanchett in these movies - she is an amazing actress - and the strength of character, emotion, vulnerability under the strength and beauty are simply lovely to watch. I am in LOVE with this dress/costume that Elizabeth wore and so i chose it for my card inspiration. You can kind of see the scoring that I did on the top to mimic the dress: (this picture comes from Grace Magazine)

I chose the sentiment: "Anything is Possible" from the gorgeous stamp set "Star Struck from Verve - I love the font in this set and the curls in the font felt like part of the dress. This is the sentiment I chose because I felt that is how she ruled -
she created possibilities and roles that were not thought possible at the time.

I loved making this card because I was watching the movie as I made it and love making cards when everything feels like it comes together :)

Here is a closer peek at the scoring, the ribbon (thank you Michelle and Laurie!!! You guys rock!!) and the sentiment:

Card Details:
Paper: DCVW
Ink: Memento Expresso and Cottage Ivy
Accessories: liquid pearls, scorpal, ribbon from stash, pearls from Kaiser, spellbinders, dimensionals (and copics to color the pearls and crown embellishment)

I hope you have a chance to play along with us this week!!! Can't wait to see your royal creations!! Next week we have a very special guest designer joining us - along with a very fun movie!! Stay tuned and see you at the movies!!!

Please check out the Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge site for more details!!

Big hugs and a huge thanks for stopping by and saying hello!
Ciao for now Sankari :)