Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Did Dinosaurs Lie

You know, I always walk around with the Cheshire cat talking in my head. He knows so many fascinating things. I wonder what really happened to the dinosaurs. I thought I'd ask him but Absalom said he's not available.

My concern, you see, is what if dinosaurs incurred the wrath because they couldn't tell the truth? Even if you're a big dinosaur, you still have fears of lava, limited food choices, and no fizzy water.


I mean...we even get trepidatious if we have to share an unpleasant truth. Sometimes we feel like we are the littlest prey item out in big jungle. Stick fast to the truth. I'm going to tell you the truth right now. This page was a blast to make and God intervened to make sure the message was perfect. Here are some stepped out images so you can see it. I don't video all of these because it takes a while to develop. It gets to a certain point, then I have to set it aside until I hear it whispering again. You don't get that? Uh oh. Maybe that's too much truth! I'm weird!


My process starts with slapping on acrylic paint and adhering paper text, different fiddly design items, like archival ink on a random word or background stamp. It looks very chaotic and unnatural. So I take out my stencils and some white acrylic paint to push the background, um, to the back. I'm sorry - it's hard to explain, but light paint colors with a random pattern actually calm everything down and promotes cohesion.


While that is resting, I pull out some gel prints that were left-over from another project I added white gel pen marks, black pen marks, and liquid pearls. I cut them into this shape because I knew I wanted flowers. I set these aside to cure.


I love a grungy brayer. The background was a still too assertive so I added light colored acrylics paints to push it back a little more.


I test fit the letters and flowers. The large letters are Stampin' Up! dies, and the smaller ones are by Mama Elephant. I cut them out of Very Vanilla cardstock. [All supplies will be listed at the end.] I added Dylusions paint to the stems of the flower trees. I love this type of art. Nothing has to make sense or fit with reality. Kinda like me! The leaves are die cuts from SU! botanical builder.


A little more paint love, it really needed grass. Here's where God took over. There was an amazing hop with great artists and I was reintroduced to My Favorite Things. I fell in love with this dinosaur set. When it arrived, the journal was just sitting in one of it's quiet periods. God said put a dino on it! Make it scary because that's how the truth is sometimes. I had no idea where this was going until those dinos arrived. Hence, grass. You'll note the chicken wire stamped over TRUTH, and some shading going on at this stage.

Now, I often seal or "freeze" my work as I go. There are 2 good reasons. The cat is an arse, I frequently mess up. I use Mod Podge matte paint-on sealer if there are few things the wetness of the MP will react with. I use Mod Podge matte spray-on sealer if there are lots of waterbased mediums in play. I use Matte Gel Medium (Liquatex, but many brands are just fine) if I'm too lazy to reach for MP, or if I have it out on my table already.


Here we are. I've glued down the leaves and flower petals. I've added one of my favorite dies from Botanical Builder - the centers of the flower. I cut those out of glimmer paper just for fun. The butterfly is just resting there. He decided to move on to a later project. You can see that I've added some shading around the flowers and black ink (Versafine) around the edges of the pages. Back on the shelf.

Lady Pi just helped herself onto the blog. 


This is where the dinosaurs just took over. You have to watch these - they will eat all your Cheetos, or Beaver Nuggets. I watercolored them with  my Pebeo kit. I added some texture to the background with SU!'s hardwood background stamp and Ranger Archival ink.


This is where I thought it was finished. But that upper right corner bugged me. Nothing I tried looked right up there. I went back and talked to God. He was the one with the dino plan, after all. Yes, I firmly believe you can talk to God about anything. And He does answer.

He asked me to remember how speaking the truth felt. How it felt when it was easy and no one disagreed. How it felt when you were unsure about how it would be received. And especially how it felt when you knew no one would agree with you and attach ugly labels to your name. I realized it was possible to be anywhere on that spectrum - easy to very frightening. This is how that corner became significant.


That's the final item. Complete with additional shading, random added white gel pen accents, a splattering of black and white acrylic paint, random liquid pearls, etc. I added the flower centers (gold faceted gems and a custom color enamel dot) and some glitter enamel dots. I darkened the edges again because that really frames things and pulls your eye inward.


Aren't they scary?


It would be hard to take them seriously.

Distress Oxides and Concord & 9th Hope set.

Here's the project where I used those leftover leaves. I just couldn't bring myself to throw it away. By the way - there's a group over on Splitcoast Stampers that does Bible art journaling. You're welcome to swing by. I don't bite. Meet some nice people. Get ideas. Have some fun!

Hey - I want to thank you for spending some time here reading my crazy posts. I hope I've given you a little laugh - I mean, you know someone who's worse than you, right? LOL Thanks so much for stopping by. If you have any questions or comments, please let me know. You're important. You're perfectly imperfect. You matter.

Ta for now,
~ky

----- Supplies -----

Dylusions journal
Dylusions Cut Grass paint
Acrylic paint - various colors Dina Wakley and Liquitex
Gel Press
Brayer
Liquid Pearls - various colors
Versafine ink
Ranger Archival Ink - various colors
Circle stencil - SU! retired
White Gelly Roll pen
Pebeo watercolor kit
Copic 110, C5 pens
Copic Multiliner
Grass die - the Cat's Pajamas
Glimmer paper - SU! retired
Botanical Builder framelits dies - SU! retired
Large Letters framelits dies - SU!
Hardwood background stamp - SU!
Chicken Wire background stamp - SU! retired
Glitter Enamel Dots - SU!
Gold Faceted Gems - SU!
Inline Letters - Mama Elephant
Khaki QuicKutz letter dies - retired
My Favorite Things Delightful Dinosaurs dies and stamps
General's carbon sketch pencil



Saturday, March 24, 2018

Watercolor Wonder

Hello again!

I've been working on a video to showcase the amazing stamp set Rose Wonder. I love it for it's big empty spaces just begging for color. So that's what I did!


I love capillary action. It's like instant love. You get the paint near the water and they just can't stand to wait to hug! They literally run to each other.


Did you know? There's shenanigans going on over at Splitcoast. Yep. It's Virtual Stamp Night. They have 16 challenges that you can play until April 2. There are prizes and some really cool peeps. Come over and hang out with us!

Thanks for stopping by today. Hope you have a lovely weekend!

~ky

-----  S U P P L I E S -----
Rose Wonder stamp set - https://bit.ly/2HYp596
Old Olive ink pad - https://bit.ly/2pzQeYe
Melon Mambo ink pad - https://bit.ly/2FEXMTs
Soft Sky ink pad - https://bit.ly/2ugIlwn
Basic Grey ink pad - https://bit.ly/2pCUt6l
Waterbrush - https://bit.ly/2IOD7v9
Watercolor paper - https://bit.ly/2G8Qbd1
Versamark ink - https://bit.ly/2DOXJzv
White embossing powder - https://bit.ly/2FWeDCe
Embossing buddy - https://bit.ly/2G1H6qp
Whisper White cardstock - https://bit.ly/2uebUPd
Basic Black cardstock - https://bit.ly/2FtJnuh

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Friday, March 23, 2018

Virtual Reality

Hello friends!

We live in an amazing world. Technology is a powerful thing, but sometimes I get really tired of people. On those days, I love to stay in my studio and make my own reality. I shut out the distractions and the social media outlets. I turn on some amazing music and just play.

Occasionally, I turn on the video just in case something nice happens on my table. Most of the time it's just cats, squirrels, and bunnehs. But this time...

I got some Yupo paper. Speaking of oxymoron. Yupo is plastic. There is nothing paper-y about it! I remember when it first hit the market. I thought it was just crazy-talk. Who would buy that expensive plastic?!?


You see... this 'paper' is much like Teflon. Nothing sticks to it. Then I saw a video that Dina Kowal made over on Splitcoast. I wouldn't attack Yupo with anything that wasn't permanent. She, being much more adventurous than I, actually watercolored on the stuff.

Water. Color. Yupo. No. Physics has rigorous demands. Then a member of Splitcoast had the audacity to issue a challenge to all of us to follow Dina into the jaws of artistic death.


Well.
You know me.
I had to. It was a dare.

I recorded it because I was certain I would die when the world I knew was destroyed. Water on plastic. You be the judge.




I did video my work using the same process with Pebeo watercolors, but apparently that video wasn't meant to be seen. Maybe my new rescue ate it? Yeah, that's a good story. The stamp is A Good Day. Watercolors react and respond very similarly to the Brusho.


I took the finished panel and cut it into strips. That was hard, but even harder was trying to cover up that beautiful effect. So I didn't. This stamp set is from Hero Arts, Smile stamp and cut.


I took a deep breath on this one before gluing down those pretty flowers. I left them black and white for 2 reasons - Lydia told me to, and I couldn't bear to have anything competing with the Brusho color riot. The stamp and die are both in the Sale-A-Bration - hurry! The offer to earn these free vanishes March 31.

Be sure you check out the challenges. There are a lot of fun ones! Some will stretch you! Hope to see you there.

~ky

-----  Supplies  -----

Yupo - https://amzn.to/2G5VlXg Brusho - https://amzn.to/2ua5mRu Bottles - https://amzn.to/2FZCKQz Pebeo Watercolor - https://amzn.to/2FZcMg7 91% Alcohol - https://amzn.to/2I1CRaV Matte Mod Podge Spray - https://amzn.to/2IM30M3 Smile Stamp and Cut Hero Arts - https://bit.ly/2pDKqNc A Good Day stamp set - https://bit.ly/2G8Mrbe Amazing You stamp set - https://bit.ly/2ubercS (SaleABration) Celebrate You die set - https://bit.ly/2pzamdY (SaleABration) Stitched Shapes die set - https://bit.ly/2GkVcCM White embossing powder - https://bit.ly/2FWeDCe Whisper White cardstock - https://bit.ly/2uebUPd Basic Black cardstock - https://bit.ly/2FtJnuh Clear Faceted gem - https://bit.ly/2HVmSer Find Me Here: Blog - http://bunnynest.blogspot.com Facebook - http://bit.ly/2I1hG9E Instagram - http://bit.ly/2I344uv Twitter - http://twitter.com/Scrapacat Shop Stampin' Up! with me - http://bit.ly/2EU6iOb

Monday, March 12, 2018

Clarity Stencil Brushes

Hello friends! I have a little project for you today with a short and sweet video. I have these Clarity Stencil Brushes that I just love. I love to pet them and say sweet things to them, then carefully put them back in their homes. No more!


Aren't they pretty!? I wanted to see how they would work with Distress Oxide inks over a stencil with glossy paper. Here's a short video.


I used the background I made as sky for my unicorn. Don't tell him he's not a Pegasus. No one needs to be crushed! 


You can find him with his friends and a die set. Matching (FUN) paper is also available. Check it out - isn't that AWESOME? Each paper has a glossed and glittered component. Everything you need for an awesome birthday!

Magical Day Bundle

Myths and Magic Designer Paper Pack
You may have noticed this set is in the latest Occasions catalog. Which means you get to pick a free item (or two!) from the Sale-A-Bration catalog. BUT HURRY it expires March 31. Just click the image below.

Everyone needs free stuff!
And it is a great time to join my team!! You never have to leave the comfort of your home - just enjoy the 20% discount on all your favorite supplies for $99! Retail value is $125 and you customize your kit. Just click the photo!

Let me spoil you!
I hope that gave you some inspiration to get out your stencils and play! I'll be back soon with another video. But first - is there anything your dying to see? Leave me a comment!

Ta for now,
~ky

Supplies
Gloss brochure paper
Distress Oxides
Magical Day Bundle
Brights Stampin' Write Markers
Basic Black Archival Ink
Basic Black Cardstock
Whisper White Thick Cardstock
Vellum Cardstock
Tombow Liquid Adhesive
Mini Foam Dimensionals
Stencil - Stampin' Up! Retired
Judikins MicroGlaze
Mini Foam Blending Tool

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Sunday, March 4, 2018

Fiscal Responsibility

Here in the US we're approaching tax day. I need 2 things - supplies for creativity and enough funds to fuel that creativity. Who wants to spend a bundle and then feel like hoarders? Who?? I found a product that I'm delighted to share with you so you can get out of the hoards!

I love Ranger Ink. I do. I have full-set-itis. I caught it from some "good" friends. You know who you are. Right? I see you.

I love Ranger. I don't always love their prices. When I buy a pack of 10-sheets of paper, I really can't use it. It has to sit there and be pretty while I while I fondle it. And hoard.


That's $9 for 10 sheets plus shipping or gas to the store. And tax! It's a $1 a sheet! And if you mess up? Yeah...sad bunneh. I just couldn't do it. But there's a new technique I'm dying to try and it *requires* glossy paper.

IMPORTANT NOTE - glossy photo paper will not work. That paper is only good for making photos! Now...where was I...

I didn't get to go to Creativation. Like so many of you, I had to be satisfied with watching demo videos and photos. Of course, I hung on every word that came out of Tim Holtz' mouth. I always do. He's amazing and has changed our crafting forever!


We were both a lot younger back then. I got to take a class with him, too. Precious memories! This is the current video that got me all twitterpated.

I had a brain storm...ok, more like a brain humidity. I have Office Depot print everything for my color printing needs. I don't have the patience or funds to keep a color printer happy. After years of heartache, I just had to set them in a reed basket on the Nile. OD is my go-to sekrit-weapon for all things color printed.

Yes, I set my printer free.
Working on our BSF class register - I came across a different print option that was singing to me when I picked them up. It was a shiny finish that made the photos really pop. Wheels turning (sorry for the rusty screech), I popped in to see if I could get some of that paper. No, the print shop doesn't use the brand they sell. Odd. But they have it delivered in bulk and different regular sizes, so I understood. But wait! She said. She'd ask her manager if they sell something comparable, or if she could sell me some of her stock.

It took a few minutes, but the manager pointed me to a product called glossy brochure paper. Well, here - just watch the video.



So how is this fiscal responsibility? It comes in 100 sheets. For $25 US (or less on sale). That's about 4 cents per sheet. No fear of messing up.

Tim noted in another video that alcohol inks don't like to play well with any other medium. I found I could use my alcohol inks over the Distress Oxides after I applied the micro-glaze. I may never move away from the unique blend of these products and paper.

I hope you have some fun with it too!
~ky

Office Depot Brochure Paper from Office Depot (Watch for sales.)

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

I'm Not Lion

I'm not! It's very true that I'm in love with this particular lion line art. I've searched high and low but I cannot find anyone to credit with this beautiful lion artwork. It's been on several tattoo websites and elsewhere, but no names given.

HCSB Journaling Bible. Supplies at the bottom of this post.
Label stickers are retired Creative Memories highlighted with white gel pen.

This video shows you a technique called watercolor lifting where you lift off some of the water based ink. I hope it will inspire you!



I've used this piece to help tell the story of 2 Samuel 23:20-21 when Benaiah killed a lion. In a pit. On a snowy day. Wow. I wouldn't go into a snowy, dank pit with a mad llama! I'm not lion! (Really bad, sorry folks!) Here's some random thoughts on long-necked no-hump camels.


We are one day away from a mega-storm here in East Texas. I'm prepared. I have enough toilet paper and animal food to make it through. My needs are secondary to the real owners of this house. I'm glad they let me live here.

Thank you so much for stopping by. I received a delivery today that will keep me busy and distracted from the storm. Except when the natives demand attention and treats. It's an Arkon video stand and I'm seriously in love.

If you'd like to save 20% on the price, use code UNDERSTANDBLUE at checkout.

That's all I have today, kids. I hope it brought you joy and inspiration. Stay safe!

~ky

Supplies:

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Olympic Mania

It's an Olympic year! I love the Olympics! Each one is fraught with its own drama, sometimes it's the athletes, sometimes it's the venue construction, often it's the coming together with most of the politics and nationality issues set aside for 2 weeks. I love to see those athletes who look out for one another. Those that cheer and even cry for people competing against them.

There's a lot of swirling and twirling in the Olympics. Lots of people flinging themselves and each other around a frozen sheet of ice with razors for feet. People are insanely flinging themselves down windy, frozen slopes with thin boards on their feet. Insane because they have to scoot out in a wind that would do its own dance with their light, lithe bodies just to voluntarily throw themselves down.

Somewhere a volcano is crying over no bodies being sacrificed to quench their hunger.

In anticipation of these swirling, crazy, death defying events, I put together a little tutorial to help you let out some pent-up need to spin. It's daring. It's potentially life-changing (especially if you have light colored carpet).


See? The wind just blows her little skirt around. She could be wearing skates - we just don't know. But she has an umbrella so maybe she's performing a skit on ice? You can write her story.



You can bet she has a great mani-pedi. I mean, with a designer dress like that... 
The Beautiful You stamp set is packed with great images and sentiments.
Thank you for stopping by. I do hope you're enjoying the Olympics. Tell me what your favorite sport is, what best moment you've seen so far, who you're pulling hard for. I'd love to know!

Ta for now,
~ky

Supplies:
Beautiful You stamp set
Whisper white cardstock
Random nail polish
Disposable water tray
Coffee stir stick
Paper towels
Gloves (optional)


Saturday, February 10, 2018

Oooh It's a Movie!

Hey there YouTube junkie! It's been awhile!

To be honest, I wondered if I'd ever get back to sharing videos. Yeah, I make and sell video stands, but I haven't been able to make any videos. Why? Well... not to get too technical, I had an electrical issue that made my lights pulsate at a different rate than my video's refresh rate. Alternating current pulses very quickly - so fast that our eyes don't notice. Cameras don't lie, however.

But, YAY! I moved all of my equipment to the other end of the house which happens to be closest to the power insertion point - the least resistance, and I switched recording devices. So, here I am. Back to video power!


I'm sharing a video today using Brusho - a watercolor powder - and the Oh So Eclectic stamp/die bundle. I love this set because it's so grunge-worthy but still so clean. Look at that great geometric die! It just begs to be a window.


I set up my Brusho a bit differently than most. I took it out of the original bottles and put them into a style of bottle used for e-cigarette refills. This allows me to tap out the amount I need in a very precise manner. They are also more portable with less worry about spillage.



I hope you have time for a 6 minute video. More than that, I hope you'll feel inspired and enabled to replicate this technique on your own.


It really is easy. And if you don't like the results? Toss it and play again. Or do like I do - leave it on your desk until a certain part speaks to you. Then use it!


I look forward to seeing what you come up with, or how you feel about this medium. All the supplies are listed below. Please comment if you have questions - I'd love to help you! Please comment if you like this project - I'd love to hear from you! You can find me on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.

Ta for now,
~ky

Supplies
Watercolor paper
Stampin' Spritzer
Whisper white paper
Brusho
Melon mambo ribbon (retired)
Oh So Eclectic Stamp and Die bundle
Silver Metallic Thread
Clear Faceted Gem
Glimmer paper (blushing bride used here, no longer available)

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Your Civic Duty

Hello friends! Recently I was called to sit for jury duty. I consider it an honor. It's a privilege to be asked to hear evidence and decide an outcome. Many people, though, don't like it, don't think it's a good way to do things, but everyone charged has a right in this great nation to have citizens consider their actions. While it's imperfect, it is the way we've had to protect the process.

This wonderful new set is Hedgehugs in the Occasions
catalog, on notecards - perfect for mailing!
I had information that we might be selected for 2 jury trials, one was a murder. As I sat watching the selection process, I was amazed by a few things.

People gripe. Before anything was done, people around me were already moaning about being there. Seriously complaining with all sorts of delightfully naughty words. They colored my opinion of them. I just wanted to stamp.

The Wood Textures patterned paper and Daffodil Delight
1/4th inch double-stitched ribbon make this a breeze!
The court process was smooth - a well-worn, efficient system. The first thing they did was pay us. All of us. Then we could sit and listen. Still the complaining. YOU GOT FREE MONEY. True, it was only $6, but a seated jury earns $40 a day. Whine.

Happy Wishes is one of the great items you can earn during Sale-A-Bration!
I love sequins. This is a brand new folder Scattered Sequins Dynamic Textured Impressions and
it makes me deliriously happy! The ribbon is Berry Burst finely woven ribbon with a
sweet self-adhesive sequin! What? Yay!! The paper is Color Theory ombre fade.
So I was sketching ideas for cards and dreaming about ink colors, techniques, the latest stamps in my studio...day dreaming. With a side of whine. On the phone. Whining about serving. Why is the court officer not snatching her phone??

As the judge went along telling us the process, he started asking different groups to approach if they fit the descriptions disqualifying them from serving. You know, like being older with health problems, a mother or father in full-time care of children, unable to sit and pay attention for 1.5 hours of testimony at a time. Whining continued.

This set called Party Pandas can be earned for Sale-A-Bration.
The silly sentiment is from a new set Birthday Wit in the Occsions catalog.
After we go through the 'easy' dismissals, the judge talks to us in terse language about how felons cannot serve. Two get up and leave. Really? How did they get on the list!?! Maybe they were recently convicted? I don't know.

The paper is Delightful Daisy from the AC, the Celebrate You die is a Sale-A-Bration
set, and the flower is from another Sale-A-Bration set Amazing You.
Then he talks about dirty crimes. Yes. Dirty little crimes. Thieving. Dirty thieving people. They cannot serve if they have been convicted of thieving. Not even if they've been arrest but not convicted of thieving. Thieves must be the worst in this judge's world. I mean, they're pretty low in mine too. Especially copyright thieves. Boo!

This darling box is new! You need it because you can fill it with
goodies! Lots to Love includes those darling small hearts and the
conversation-style hearts, too, plus the banner die! Squee!!
So the thieves were asked to come forward. There goes my whine. In her scrubs. To tell the judge she's a thief. Why couldn't she call and state that and avoid the whole thing? I suspect she likes whining about thieving. In public. On her fancy i-Phone with her thousand-dollar 2-inch custom nails. Lord, please forgive me for judging, but now I can't help but wonder what she thieved.

Did I mention this is a bundle? Yes!
A gorgeous bundle with the Sure Do Love You stamp set. And the
papers...swoon! I'll show you those in my next post. Divine with great embellishments!
The judge tells us he needs 64 people. I look around - there are maybe 80 of us left. His computer pulls a random list. I'm not on it. Not even mispronounced. I'm sad that I have to leave, but I'm glad to go play in my studio.

Hope your day is wonderful and whine-free!
~ky


Thursday, January 11, 2018

Heartfelt Blooms

I understand a lot of people are under the weather right now. Whether that means under snow, rain, cold temps; a heatwave in Australia; the flu or dastardly cold or just cedar allergies. Did I get everyone? Ok, so there are a few of us just hanging out in our little goldfish bowl. Oh look! I have a castle!


The new Occasions catalog has been released by Stampin' Up! and it's a wonderful thing! Of course, Sale-A-Bration is going on as well. This year it's a little different (and I think you'll love it!).

Pop over to the online catalog!
There are 2 levels of free items to choose. As usual when you purchase $50 in product, you get to choose a free item from the SAB. However... when you spend $100 you get to choose a second-level item reserved only for $100 expenditures OR you can choose two of the $50 (level one) items. How fabulous is that!!! You can't buy these items, either! So hurry!

Here's one of my favorite sets from SAB. It's the Heartfelt Blooms set. I've paired it with a retired DSP because...hold onto your mouse, I'm giving this card kit FREE to the first 10 people who earn the Heartfelt Blooms set!


I'm doing this because so many of us get a long-awaited product in our hands then lose the creative vision of what to do with it. So, you'll get card materials pre-cut and ready for you to just jump in and make 3 cards!! Designer paper, cardstock, die cuts, glitter enamel dots and card bases! All you add is ink and adhesive. 

Why is this stamp set blowing my mind? It is totally FLAT. When you get it, you'll wonder how on earth could that stamp anything.


See? FLAT as a bike tire when you're dying to ride.


Now, go shop the Occasions catalog and don't forget to pick up this stunning, one-of-a-kind stamp set. It's in the $50 tier!



My current host code is 9PMYTPCU. Host benefits go to the highest dollar purchaser at the close of this code. 

I'd also like to take a moment to thank each of you who stopped by the blog during the Season's Givings hop. The winners have been notified and they are: Michele Smith - stamp set; Debbie Rumpza - Bible journaling kit. Thanks again!!


Head over and join my team!

And hey - if you'd like to get a really good deal and rake in more free stuff, 
join my team!! Did you know? I'm part of Lydia Fiedler's Understand Blue team, and you can be too! Proven leadership, lots of support and the 
most FUN team ever!!

You spend $99 (a $175 value) and pick your customized package of $125 plus pick 2 items from the SAB catalog! Woah!! 

Best of all, you never have to host a party, create a class, meet minimum orders (unless you want to stay), or anything - just enjoy the 20% off savings!! 

You can do this anytime between Jan 3 and March 31, 2018. 
I'd love to spoil you! Click this link and follow the prompts. 
Let me know if you have questions! 

Stay tuned for more great projects from the Occasions catalog! Don't forget those Stampin' Blends markers and the upcoming Stamparatus!

Ta for now!
~ky

Welcome to the Bunny Nest! I host rescued animals in a small in-home setting. Currently, I host 3 bunnies and 2 kitties. These animals will be socialized and housed for the entirety of their lives in my home. They inspire my crafts, and I use any proceeds to pay for their needs. Thanks for visiting!