I am finding lately on the projects that I make I end up being happier with the results if I make them in at least two settings. When I try to complete an entire project in just one setting, I find that they don't have as many details and my creativity isn't stretched as much as if I start the project, walk away, think it over some more and then come back to it either late thate day/evening, or the next day.
Unfortunately for me, for some reason, the creative part of my brain really peaks late at night. If I could do all of my papercrafting after midnight, I think I would come up with some amazing work, but a girl needs her sleep :).
Patterned Paper - Basic Grey
Cardstock - The Paper Company, Papertrey Ink, Stampin' Up!
Stamps - Digi Stamp (CC Designs), Background Stamp (Unity), Sentiment (Stampin' up!)
Ink - Stampin' Up!, Papertrey Ink
Ribbon - Papertrey Ink
Button - Papertrey Ink
Flower - Kaiser Crafts
Copic Markers - RV29, RV69, RV93, E00, E02, E25, E27, E33. 100, Colorless Blender Pen
Stampers Floss - Karen Foster
Edge Punch - Stampin' Up!
Scalloped Square Punch - Stampin' Up!
Stickles - Ranger
Fun Flock - Stampendous