Monday, December 27, 2010

Seize The Birthday Cupcake!

Hi everyone!

This card is one I made for friend of my mother-in-law's to give her to 9 yr old grandson. I don't know anything about him so I took a chance on an idea.

Hope you like it!

Stamps: Hero Arts Cupcakes clear set, Just A Note Bird set, Decorative Birds set, sentiment: Inkadinkado
Paper: Basic Grey, Graphic 45, Georgia-Pacific card stock and stash
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Cocoa, Ranger Distress Ink in Tea Dye
Misc: Prismacolor colored pencils

A Christmas Card For My DH

So, this is the last of the holiday cards for this year. I didn't get a chance to post this before Christmas but here goes...

I love this image from Heather Ellis' Pure Innocence line. Heather also designs for My Favorite Things and sells the clear stamps online and in stores but I've only gotten her digis from Etsy so far. Please visit her store. She is so talented!

Stamps: Hero Arts Swirl Tree and Heather Ellis Pure Innocence digi - The Boy and The Dog
Paper: Basic Grey, stash and Georgia Pacific card stock. Card stock for card itself: Hero Arts kraft
Ink: Colorbox Frost White
Misc: Copics, ribbon, Making Memories brad, snowflake sticker

Sunday, December 19, 2010

One Last Card For Tonight

Well, this is the last one for tonight. I'll have a couple more in the next 2 days.

I like the simplicity of this card. It makes me feel like snuggling up with some cocoa and watching the snow fall outside. Hmmm... but I digress.

I hope you enjoy this card.

Stamps: Snowy House by Hero Arts, sentiment by A Muse
Paper: Georgia Pacific card stock and Graphic 45
Ink: Frost White by Colorbox, Ranger Archival Ink in black
Misc: silver embossing powder by Inkadinkado, snowflake stickers, smoke swirls are from stash

Card #6 for the Holidays

I love this one. The snowman was a freebie digi stamp from Michelle Perkett. Like I said in my fairy image post, Michelle is extremely talented. Enjoy!

Stamp: Snowman: digi freebie by Michelle Perkett, Sentiment: Printworks
Paper: Georgia Pacific card stock, Memory Box, Graphic 45
Ink: Ranger Distress in Fired Brick
Misc: Ranger Distress embossing powder in Fired Brick, Ranger Stickles, Copics

Card #5 for the Holidays

Hi again, we are up to #5 already. Yup, I was busy this weekend! ;)

I like how whimsical this one is. I hope you enjoy it too!

Stamps: sentiment is from A Muse, houses and santa with reindeer are free clip art images from the internet
Paper: Georgia Pacific card stock and stash
Ink: Ranger Archival Ink in black
Misc: Prismacolor colored pencils, Inkadinkado embossing powder in silver

Card #4 for the Holidays

Next up is a holiday card I made for my mother-in-law. I used a wonderful digi stamp from Michelle Perkett. Please visit her Etsy store. She is SO creative!


Stamp: digi stamp from Michelle Perkett called "Holly the Christmas Friendship Fairy". 
Paper: Georgia Pacific card stock, red paper from stash
Misc: Copics, ribbon, fabric brad from K & Company, white felt, Pebbles chalk

Card #3 for the Holidays

Hi again,

I made card #3 for a friend. This wonderful digi image from Heather Ellis just reminded me of her. Please check out the wonderful selection of Heather's digi images at her Etsy store. You won't be disappointed!

Stamp: digi by Heather Ellis (digistampcharacters on Etsy) from the Pure Innocence line, tree is free clip art from the internet, sentiment I typed on my Mac
Paper: Georgia Pacific card stock and Memory Box
Ink: Ranger Distress in Broken China
Misc: Copics, Ranger Distress embossing powder in gold, snowflake sticker and ribbon

Another Holiday Card

Hi again!

Card #2 of 7 is one I made for my father-in-law. Male cards are always a little challenging but I'm happy with how this turned out.

Stamps: pine cone & sentiments from A Muse
Paper: card stock is Kraft from Hero Arts and the rest is from my stash
Ink: Memento cocoa, Ranger Distress in Fired Brick
Misc: Prismacolor colored pencils and brads

A Night of Many Cards

Hi Everyone!

It's been a little while since I've posted but that doesn't mean I haven't been busy making cards! I've got 7 (yup, 7!) tonight so let's get started.

The first one is by far my favorite. I love the carolers stamp and I just found it at AC Moore this past week. I think the company, Rubber Soul, is going to be one of my new faves. Check 'em out!

This is my first attempt at paper piecing and I'm very happy how it turned out. What a great way to make use of those paper scraps!

I made this one for me. Yup, I decided I deserve a Christmas card. :) Enjoy!

Stamp: Carolers by Rubber Soul
Paper: Georgia Pacific card stock, red from stash, Basic Grey and Memory Box
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Misc: Copics, Sentiment printed on a Mac

Friday, December 3, 2010

2 New Cards!

Good Evening (or morning or afternoon depending on where you are) everyone!

I have 2 new cards tonight. I made both of these for a friend of my mother-in-law's. She said she loves going to the ocean and asked if I could make 2 holiday cards that had that "ocean feel". Here's what I came up with.


Details for the card above:
Stamps: lighthouse scene (including wreaths) was a free clipart image from the internet. I typed the sentiment in Photoshop.
Paper: Georgia Pacific card stock, Basic Grey
Ink: Ranger Distress in Tea Dye and Vintage Photo
Misc: Copics, Ranger Clear Stickles

Details for the card above:

Stamps: lighthouse scene (including wreath & tree) was a free clipart image from the internet. I typed the sentiment in Photoshop. Tall, stamped tree: A Muse
Paper: Georgia Pacific card stock
Ink: Ranger Distress in Tea Dye and Vintage Photo, Memento Cocoa and Bamboo Leaves
Misc: Copics, Ranger Clear Stickles

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Sympathy For a Friend

Hi Everyone!

It's been awhile since I've posted a card on here so let's get to it.

This one is for a friend who recently lost her father. I wish there wasn't a sad reason to make it but I guess not every card can be cheery. I'll get one of those up soon though.

Stamps: children in the rain is a freebie from the internet. Sentiment: Hero Arts Small Greetings set
Paper: Basic Grey from the Capella and Kraft collections
Card stock: Hero Arts kraft
Ink: Memento, Copics & Ranger
Embellishments: from stash


Sunday, November 21, 2010

A Craft Fair and Other Good Things

So I participated in a craft fair at work this past Friday and it went well. 10% of our profits went to a local charity so I felt I really needed to get on board with it. Besides, I had a couple of months to get ready and had already started making lots of holiday tags and cards.

Because of the craft fair, I don't have anything new to post picture-wise of cards and/or tags (since most of what I made was already posted in previous posts) but I am going to start working on some new non-holiday related stuff very soon. I miss doing the regular sketch challenges and can't wait to get back into it!

I hope you are all doing well and I promise I will have something new posted very soon!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Monday, November 15, 2010

I'm Still Here!

It's been a couple weeks since I've posted but I AM still here! 2 wisdom (I say "wisdom" VERY loosely!) teeth extracted put me out of commission for a couple weeks along with getting a new doggie. I have been working on making cards and tags for holiday orders and a craft fair we are having at work. I spent 11 hours on it yesterday and boy was I tired! They aren't anything I haven't posted on here but I hope to make a few different ones tonight. I'll get them posted as soon as I can.

I hope you are all doing well!

-Megan :)

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Some New Holiday Tags

Hi Everyone!

I'm finally getting a chance to get these posted. I made them over the last few weeks but life has been crazy, including having 2 wisdom teeth removed this past Friday, so here I am.

I really like how these turned out. This is my first holiday season doing paper crafting so it's been fun to say the least. The top 2 pics are of large tags and the rest are small.


Thursday, October 28, 2010

Christmas Carols & Reindeer

For my 2nd post tonight I've got 2 more holiday cards. Enjoy!

Stamps: Tim Holtz Mini Holidays
DP: white card stock, music paper printed from internet
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink in Shabby Shutters, Vintage Photo, Tea Dye and Fired Brick. Also Versamark.
Misc: vellum die cuts, gold & clear embossing powders, gems & brads

Stamps: Tim Holtz Mini Holidays, A Muse Cityscape, A Muse Elegant Winter
DP: Memory Box
Ink: Ranger Archival Ink, Ranger Distress Ink in Fired Brick & Peeled Paint, Memento Tuxedo Black
Misc: ribbon, gems, buttons, Copics

A Cozy Christmas

Good evening everyone! (well, very early morning)

I have a few posts for tonight of holiday cards so let's get started.

I love how this one turned out. This is definitely one of my new favorite stamps.

Stamps: Hero Arts Snowy House, A Muse Elegant Winter Set
DP: Basic Grey, white card stock, navy card stock
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark
Misc: Ranger Stickles in Crystal, Copics, Ranger Perfect Pearls, ribbon

Tuesday, October 26, 2010


Hi everyone! It's early morning here in Upstate NY, 1:05am to be exact and I didn't start to get tired until a few minutes ago but I had made 3 new cards recently that I hadn't had a chance to post so I thought I should get them up. They are Halloween cards so I figured I should post them before Halloween goes by!

Card: Boo
Stamps: Sugar Creek Hollow
Paper: Memory Box
Ink: Ranger Distress Tea Dye & Vintage Photo
Misc: bats - free clipart found on internet, fence is hand-drawn

Card: Haunted Autumn Goodies
Stamps: Sugar Creek Hollow, house and bat are from free clipart from internet
Paper: Memory Box
Ink: Ranger Distress Tea Dye & Vintage Photo
Misc: Copics, Tim Holtz Grungeboard, brushed metal brads, gold gems, fence is hand-drawn

Card: Happy Owloween with Skull and Crossbones
Stamps: Sugar Creek Hollow & Tim Holtz Stamper's Anonymous
Paper: Graphic 45 & Memory Box
Ink: Ranger Distress Tea Dye, Vintage Photo, Orange Marmalade, Rusty Hinge, Shabby Shutters & Peeled Paint
Misc: Prismacolor colored pencils, Tim Holtz Grungeboard, Ranger Tea Dye Distress Embossing Powder, gems, sentiment printed from my computer

Saturday, October 23, 2010

New Cards for Saturday

Hi Everyone! I hope you are having a wonderful Saturday so far. I've made some cards and tags recently that I haven't had a chance to post so I figured I would start today.

The first one is a Halloween one I made for a friend.

Stamps: Sugar Creek Hollow, Inkadinkado
Paper: white card stock and a page from a book
Ink: Ranger Archival ink, Ranger Distress in Vintage Photo & Tea Dye
Misc: grungepaper from Tim Holtz, brads, Prismacolor colored pencils, Ranger Distress embossing powder in Tea Dye

The next one is also for a friend for the holidays.

Stamps: Sugar Creek Hollow
Paper: white card stock
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink in Peeled Paint, Fired Brick, Tea Dye & Vintage Photo
Misc: Ranger Stickles, gold ribbon, Country Crinkle Ribbon by SCH, sentiment was printed from a computer

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Peace On Earth

Happy Saturday!

Today's card is another one for Sugar Creek Hollow. The Design Team was asked to follow a specific color combo of brown, tan and bluish-green.

Here's what I used:
Stamps: SCH Peace On Earth, Silent Night Tag and Dove. Tim Holtz Mini Holidays cling.
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink in Broken China, Tea Dye and Vintage Photo. Memento Tuxedo Black.
White cardstock
Misc: Ranger Stickles in crystal, Copics, K& Company textured brad, brown satin ribbon


Saturday, October 9, 2010

Sugar Creek Hollow Autumn Yummyness!

Good morning (or afternoon or evening depending on where you are) everyone! Happy Saturday!

Today's card for Sugar Creek Hollow (SCH) is one I made using a layout sketch that was provided to the Sugar Creek Hollow Design Team. I really enjoy creating cards from layout sketches. It's a great way to think more about the different elements you are going to use in a card instead of focusing on a layout. I highly recommend using layout sketches for any level papercrafter.

Along with the Design Team being asked to use the layout sketch, we were also asked to use any of the SCH Fall or Holiday digis. What an amazing, creative assortment!! While you are out and about on the 'net today, head on over to the SCH store and don't forget to visit the blogs of the other Design Team members. The ladies that are on this Design Team are incredibly talented and generous. Why not head on over to their blogs and leave them a comment. It will make their day, just as it has made mine to have you stop by here!

We also have a new Design Team member. Her name is Dawn and you can visit her wonderful blog here. Welcome Dawn!

Last but not least, if you are on Twitter, head on over to SCH's Twitter home and become a follower. I'll be posting some fun and interesting links up there.

Here are the details about the card:

Stamps: (SCH) Shabby Owl with Baby Punkins', Lord of the Harvest Tag and Autumn Goodies sentiment.
DP: Graphic 45 and Basic Grey
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink in Antique Linen, Spiced Marmalade and Vintage Photo
Misc: Prismacolor colored pencils, Copics, ribbon and gold gems

Here is the sketch layout:

This is my card and a close-up below it.

I hope these cards inspire you to be creative in any way you enjoy. Whether it be paper crafting, needlework, knitting or any kind of hobby, ENJOY IT!

Saturday, October 2, 2010

October 2nd Blog Hop

Good morning and thank you for joining us here at  
Sugar Creek Hollow for our Christmas Blog Hop.
We are going to play the "Secret Word" game today. You will need to collect a letter at each blog and then post your answer at the last stop.

We will be awarding a $25.00 gift certificate to one lucky winner!
I am sharing with you today one of our new Christmas Digi Stamps entitled

I hope you enjoy these tags half as much as I enjoyed making them!

Here are the details:

Believe tag:
Stamps: SCH "Believe"
DP: Basic Grey "Wassail" collection
Ink: Ranger Distress in Tea Dye, Vintage Photo & Fired Brick
Misc: Ranger gold embossing powder, Versamark ink, gold gems, ribbon

Cardinal tag:
Stamps: SCH "Christmas Cardinal - Hilary", "Merry Christmas" sentiment
Background paper: "White Christmas" sheet music, crumpled and then distressed
with Ranger Distress Ink in Tattered Rose, Tea Dye & Vintage Photo
Misc: Ranger Stickles, Copics, ribbon

Glory tag: 
Stamp: SCH "Glory to God", A Muse "Elegant Winter" clear set
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink in Broken China, Vintage Photo, Memento Bamboo Leaves, Versamark
Misc: pearl embellishments, Pebbles chalk, Ranger Perfect Pearls, button, ribbon

Silent Night tag:
Stamp: SCH "Silent Night Tag"
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink in Tea Dye & Vintage Photo
Misc: Pebbles chalk, Ranger Stickles, Copics, SCH Country Crinkle Ribbon, twine, button

If you have figured out my secret letter, leave me a comment and move on to
Ms. Plum's blog. She has the next letter for you.
If you have arrived at my blog first, you will need to start at the beginning to get all of your letters in order. 

Here is the order of our blog hop:

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Happy Birthday!

Hi Everyone!

Today's card is one I made for a co-worker for his birthday. This one was fun to make.

The details:

Stamps: HA digi Friendship Definition, HA Cupcakes (clear set)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Distress in Vintage Photo, Tattered Rose, Tea Dye & Broken China
DP: Graphic 45 & Basic Grey
Misc: twine, Ranger Stickles, pearl embellishments, button

Enjoy! Thanks for stopping by!


Sunday, September 26, 2010

Happy Thoughts and Prayers Needed Desperately!

Hi Everyone,

I really need help on this one.

A friend and co-worker had a brain aneurysm and then a stroke on Friday, 9/24 and she isn't doing well.

Please, if you could, keep her in your thoughts. She was young and in great shape and very, very driven and strong. She is a fighter.

This is such a blow to so many people. She needs all the prayers she can get.

Thank you so much everyone!


Saturday, September 25, 2010

The Harvest

Happy Saturday everyone!

I created today's card for the Sugar Creek Hollow DT. It is based on the SCH digi stamp, "Lord of the Harvest Tag" but has many different elements added to it.

Don't forget to head on over to the Sugar Creek Hollow store and check out all the wonderful items that are offered. I know you won't be disappointed. The digis are SO fun to work with and how great is it that you can do so many different things with them like change the size, add color, print them and cut them out... the possibilities are endless!

Stamps: SCH Lord of the Harvest Tag, Baby Jacks, Flourishes Crow and Rachael's Swirly Tree
DP: Memory Box & some I had from scrap
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink in Vintage Photo, Tea Dye and Scattered Straw
Misc: Pebbles Chalk, Prismacolor colored pencils, gold gems


Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Happy Retirement

Good evening!

Tonight I made a card for a friend of my mom's who is retiring. It's for a male and I think making male cards is always a little challenging but I used my favorite color combo, brown and blue so it wasn't too bad. :)

Stamp: Hero Arts Small Greetings
Card stock: kraft from Hero Arts
DP: Memory Box & some I had from scrap
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink in Vintage Photo, Tea Dye and Broken China
Misc: antique brads from Making Memories


Saturday, September 18, 2010

A Favorite Picture

I found this on my computer today and just had to post it. This is my husband, Brian and our dog Truman who we had to put down on 8/1/10. I love this picture. It was taken in 9/08.

Sugar Creek Hollow Card

Good morning everyone!

I made this card for the Sugar Creek Hollow DT. The card needed to be black, cream and red. The bicycle and sentiment are digis from Sugar Creek Hollow. The background paper is from Graphic 45. I also used Ranger Distress Ink in Tea Dye, Vintage Photo and Fired Brick around the edges, added some red pearl stickers and 3 black brads. Last but not least, I added the red ribbon.


Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Still Here

Wow, it feels like I've been away for weeks but it's only been a few days. I miss crafting but haven't felt like doing a darned thing. I've had a nasty cold since this past Saturday and I gotta say, enough is enough! I've been rude to it, talked sweetly to it and then just downright ignored it but it apparently likes me and doesn't want to leave yet so here I am, whining a little. I hope to be up and crafting again soon.

Thanks for stopping by!

Saturday, September 11, 2010

A Challenge

I love having a goal. I love being determined, driven and I especially love a challenge. This brings me to my newest one: Operation Paris.

My husband knows how much I love the French language. He told me last night that I take pride in it, even try to correct him when he mis-pronounces the words. I actually took French in high school but that was a long time ago & I remember very little of it. So, my husband proposed a deal: I learn French and he will take me to Paris. Not bad, huh?

So, this is my new goal, to learn French. I'm going to look into language software. I'm pretty computer-savvy so I think that will be right up my alley.

Here is what I think of when I think of Paris. A lovely cafe, a newspaper and coffee. Wish me luck!

Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos

An SCH Sketch Challenge

Good morning everyone!

This morning's card is one I created for Sugar Creek Hollow. The DT was given a fun sketch challenge and with so many wonderful digi stamps to choose from, it was difficult deciding what to create! Well, I tried and here's what I came up with.

Why not head on over to the SCH store. Tracy's images are beautiful, vintage designs which can be used in so many different ways. You are only limited by your imagination! (the prices are great too)

Last but certainly not least, please check out the other DT members blogs over on the right of this page. They are an amazingly talented group of women!

Here is the sketch:

And here is my card:

Thanks so much for visiting!

Spooooooky Haunted House!

It's getting to be that time of year again... Here in Upstate NY it's starting to get cooler (I like "cooler" but not "cold") the leaves are turning and I've started drinking hot coffee in the morning instead of my Summer staple, iced coffee.

With all that being said, I'm getting in the mood for Halloween. One of my favorite things about Halloween are haunted houses so, why not make a card?!

The haunted house is an image I got from which also included 2 bats. I opened up the image in Photoshop, cleaned it up a little and duplicated one of the bats so I could have more than 2. I also downloaded a free font from to make that very scary looking font for the sentiment.

I colored the house with Copics and Prismacolor colored pencils. The background paper is from Memory Box (I LOVE their paper!). I also used Ranger Distress Ink in Tea Dye and Vintage Photo around the edges of everything.


Saturday, September 4, 2010

Sugar Creek Hollow Blog Hop

We are just a few weeks away to the official start of fall. To celebrate, we are kicking off the season today at Sugar Creek Hollow with some fantastic Fall Digis and a Brand New Design Team. Over on the right is the Design Team list. Come take a look at who's on the team. They have some great cards to show you using the latest digis. Then, make sure to visit the store to purchase any of these great digis. We even have some Vintage gift ideas you can purchase.

For inspiration, here are a couple cards that I created using Sugar Creek Hollow's fabulous digis. The owner, Tracy, is extremely creative and very nice to work with. Don't hesitate to head on over to the Sugar Creek Hollow store and check things out (why not buy a few digis too!?).

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Awesome Announcement!

I'm totally stoked! I applied to be on the Sugar Creek Hollow Design Team last month and got picked to be one of the new DT (design team) members starting September 1st. So, I'm completely excited and can't wait to show you what I have created using the fabulous Tracy's digi stamps!

Over on the right of this page is a list of all of the wonderful design team members. Check out their blogs. There is so much talent!

Please stop by on Saturday, 9/4 to see my new cards. You won't be disappointed.

And, just to get a head start, take a look at the awesome digi stamps over at Sugar Creek Hollow. They are very creative and fun to use. If you've never tried digis, now's the time.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Christmas Tags

Well, I'm getting started early. I've ordered some Christmas stash lately and just had to use it!

I saw a tutorial that Tim Holtz did for Ranger using tags so I thought I could do it too. I went to Staples and got a pack of 100 shipping tags for $6. What a great alternative (and instant gratification) to cards.

Here are the stamps I used:
HA Swirl Tree
snowflakes, trees, branches, sentiments (all except "Wishing You... which is from the Wishing You Happy stamp from Print Works) and cardinal are from A Muse

Ranger Distress Ink: Vintage Photo, Tea Dye, Fired Brick, Broken China

Ranger Perfect Pearls
Prismacolor Colored Pencils
Copic Markers
Ranger Distress embossing powder in walnut

Thursday Night Card

Hi Everyone!

Tonight's card is one I made for a friend to give to a guy who graduated high school in the face of amazing odds.

The guitar is from free clipart I found and the background is from free sheet music. I found both online.

I colored the guitar with Copics and Prismacolor Colored Pencils. I used Ranger Distress Ink in Vintage Photo, Tea Dye and Tattered Rose on the background and on the sentiment. The sentiment uses the Hero Arts Fanciful Swirl Alphabet set. I placed some buttons on the bottom to finish it out.


Thursday, August 19, 2010

Midnight Madness!

Hi Everyone!

Tonight's card is one I made using the sketch from the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge #67. Sugar Creek Hollow is this week's sponsor. Head on over to their store!

Sugar Creek Hollow is an exclusive online business located in the heart of Central Virginia, tight on the James River. They specialize in Vintage, Shabby, & Primitive Digi Stamps, digital watermarks, as well as carry a full selection of colors in their exclusive “Country Crinkle Ribbon”. They offer seasonal vintage paper gifts and unique Vintage Cell Phone holders. Stop by and sit a spell over on their front porch, or take a walk down memory lane with them. Tracy is offering one lucky winner a $25 Gift Certificate to her store.

The details:
I used the Hero Arts Friendship Definition digi for the background and distressed it with Ranger Distress Inks in Tattered Rose, Vintage Photo and Tea Dye.
The sentiment is from the Hero Arts You're The Best clear set.
The flowers are from the Cherry Blossoms Branch digi from Sugar Creek Hollow.
I colored the cherry blossoms with Copics and added some pink and white pearls.
Last but not least, I added some ribbon and a metal clip in the center of the bow.

Hope you like it!

Have a great night.


Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Thinking Of You

Hi everyone!

Tonight's card is one I made for a friend who recently suffered a loss in her family.

I started out with white card stock and using my Mac, I printed a flower digi freebie and the Thinking of You sentiment on it. The sentiment is one I typed using a font that I had.

I colored the image with Copics and added some gems. I also duplicated the butterfly and then used adhesive to place the one I cut out on top of the one from the image to give it depth. I also used Ranger Distress Ink in Tea Dye for the background.

Thanks for stopping by!


Monday, August 9, 2010

Lawn Fawn Stampy Goodness!

Lawn Fawn is a great stamp company that makes photopolymer stamps. I HIGHLY recommend you checking them out! I have the "Just My Type" set which I won and I absolutely love it. The quality is great and the images are very creative.

Check it out - they are having a release week with giveaways. Head on over to or You won't be disappointed!