Phyl Ditto
CS: Baroque Burgundy, Creamy Caramel; Inks: Baroque Burgundy, Garden Green, Black; Other: Gold leafing pen, Watercolor brush; Embellishments: Burgundy organdy ribbon, Shrink plastic

Donna Smith
CS: Black, Perfect Plum, US White; Inks: Basic Black, Green Galore, Tempting Turquoise, Versamark; Other: Pastels, Clear EP, Masking tape, Sponge

Laura Jaroscak
Ink: StazOn Jet Black, Other: Fabric markers, Tumbled tiles

Jodi Kelley
CS: Really Rust, Basic Black, Window acetate; Ink: StazOn Jet Black; Other: Xyron, Pearl Ex in Super Russet, Super Bronze and Spring Green; Embellishments: Black Eyelets, Black Hemp

Belinda Tubby  

Phyl Ditto
CS: Real Red, Garden Green, White; Inks: Black, Real Red, Garden Green; Other: Sponges, Gold leafing pen

Margaret Raburn
CS: Basic Black, Confetti Tan, Naturals White; Inks: Basic Black, Only Orange, Bliss Blue, Creamy Caramel, Old Olive; Other: Blender pen; Embellishments: Wrought Iron corner punch

Phyl Ditto
CS: Really Rust, Garden Green, More Mustard, Chocolate Chip, Vanilla; Inks: Chocolate Chip, Really Rust, Garden Green, More Mustard; Other: Sponges, Gold leafing pen; Embellishments: Gold-embossed skeleton leaves

Mary Brown
Other stamp: Filigree; CS: US White, Orchid Opulence, Brilliant Blue; Inks:  Basic Black, Brilliant Blue, Ballet Blue, Bliss Blue, Orchid Opulence, Close to Cocoa, Garden Green; Other: 1/16" punch, Blue Hemp


Lori Pinkham
CS: Basic Black, Garden Green, Real Red, White Marl paper; INK: Basic Black; Other: Barely Banana, Real Red, Basic Black, Garden Green, Gable Green markers, Crystal Effects, Wrought Iron punch, Bleach, Water, Watercolor brush for blending

Jo Ann Anders
Other stamp: AYC I; CS: Gable Green, US White, Pink Passion; Ink: Black; Other: Twinkling H2O's, Gable Green, Pink Passion markers, Air art gun; Embellishments: Fibers

(From Jo Ann - The Twinkling H2Os make a gorgeous background wash! The shimmery aspect of them does NOT show up in scans. To do the background, I pre-wet the CS, got my large watercolor brush really wet, worked it around in a color, then swished it around on the wet CS. Cleaned out the brush & did the same with a 2nd color. Then, while all was still wet, I spritzed with coordinating markers using the Art Air Gun. Again I spritzed the page, to make sure the spritzed markers would bleed a bit, too (some parts of the sheet had already
dried out). It makes a beautiful background! Since I'd already painted the images, I just used the same two basic colors for the background. Tied the whole thing together very well. I'm sure I'll do this again!)

Kari Erber