Monday, April 04, 2016

Modeling Paste, Stencils and Steel Rule Dies, Oh My! (Fun Stampers Journey!)

Hello, my lovelies!  Today, I have a fabulous card to share for all of my texture and dimension lovers out there!

First of all, I should many of you are fans of mixed media?

I love mixed media, buuuuuuuut the perfectionist in me has a really hard time letting loose and using it in the true way that mixed media was meant to be used.....all messy and such.  I'm working on it.

In the meantime, I still like to dabble here and there and play around with mixed media products and work them into my projects. Maybe you can relate a bit?

If so, today's blog was written just with you in mind.

I think the perfect way to dabble is to play around a bit with some stencils and modeling paste. A nice easy way to ease yourself into mixed media without a bit commitment. Nothing too scary, nothing that a little warm soapy water can't clean up. Fun Stampers Journey has a beautiful selection of stencils that I've been having a delightful time playing with in my crafting lately.

One of the biggest complaints that I hear from others that have a bit of perfectionist in them like myself and don't like to get their hands and projects all messy is "I don't want to get all that paste all over the rest of my project and work area while it's drying so I just avoid it altogether."  It's similar to the complaints I hear from those who don't use glitter.

Let me tell you something.....I understand COMPLETELY.

Here's what *I* do to avoid the dilemma, maybe it will help you too?

Whenever I'm feeling the urge to make something, but I'm not feeling particularly 'creative' that's when I dedicate time to playing with modeling paste. I sit down and pre-cut some pieces of cardstock to 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" (the perfect size for a card front) OR I run some cardstock and my Tag Set Steel Rule Die through my Journey Platinum and then I tape down several sheets of Grid Paper to cover my work space before I even open up the modeling paste and get to work stenciling.

You could also pre-fold some card bases or die-cut some tags with the Tag Set Steel Rule Die.

Then, I go to town covering a couple dozen pieces of cardstock using a variety of stencils and a thin layer of modeling paste by applying it with a spatula. Some of them I cover the entire piece edge-to-edge and others I only add paste to a small area in the center of the cardstock.  I also take time to stencil a few tags with the paste while I'm at it.

Once I'm done, I leave them all to sit right where they are, wash up my stencils with some warm soapy water, and then let both the stencils and pasted pieces sit to dry overnight before stacking them up and keep them at the ready in my crafting space for the next time I need to create something with a little texture and dimension.  These can be used the full-size, as is, or can be cut down smaller and used in bits and pieces....or even die-cut into shapes. If you don't have the time or space to allow them to dry overnight you could always speed up the process with a Journey Heat Gun.

Doing it this way allows me to get my hands messy in one crafting session without the worry of transferring the mess onto other parts of my project keeping the perfectionist in my happy, yet letting the artist in me dabble in the intriguing world of mixed media!

I absolutely ADORE the complexity that modeling paste adds to a project, yet, the simplicity that my method of attack lends to my creative process since I can "grab and go" with these pre-created mixed media bases.

Give it a can thank me later! *wink*

Happy crafting, my friends.


Grid Paper NC-0011
Journey Platinum TO-0090
Tag Set Steel Rule Die SR-0014
Everyday Elements Steel Rule Die SR-0004
Many Wishes Stamp Set SS-0057 (30% off Retirement Sale!)
Postage Stamp ATS AT-0056
Black Licorice True Color Fusion Ink Pad IP-0041
Starburst Lines Stencil JM-0007
Journey Modeling Paste JM-0073
Spatula TO-0089
Journey Sequins - Blue Skies AC-0113
Sweet Berry Gingham Ribbon AC-0093
Whip Cream Cardstock CS-0040
Blue Lagoon Cardstock CS-0004
River Stone Cardstock CS-0094
Rock Candy Cardstock CS-0031
Black Licorice Cardstock CS-0003

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Fun with Border Dies from Fun Stampers Journey!

Have you seen the two new border die sets that are being offered in the Bloom This Way Spring Mini Catalog from Fun Stampers Journey!?

If you haven't, you're truly missing out!

I am obsessed......I mean......OBSESSED!  The dies in these two sets are seriously some of my favorites and I have used them on nearly every project I've created since I've received them.

They are the Border Basics Die Set DI-0144 which includes 4 dies measuring approx. 6 3/4" x 1 3/16": a basic scallop, a pierced scallop, a zig zag, and an alternating scallop.  

And the Border Details Die Set DI-0147 which includes 5 dies measuring approx. 6 3/4" x 7/8" up to 2": 

They are super versatile and very easy to incorporate into nearly any project making both sets a must have in your die inventory. 

You'll see on this project here, I've used a die from each of the sets above to create this bright, colorful birthday card.  By combining the Black Licorice die-cut border strip cut from the arrow in the Border Details Die Set with the Journey Basics Black & White Paper, I've created a very striking and eye-catching design. 

Then, I softened up the design with the addition of some softer colors of cardstock that have been also been dressed up.  From top to bottom we have:

  • Bubble Gum Cardstock stamped with the Linked Dots Stamp using Watermelon Fusion True Color Fusion Ink
  • Sweet Pear Cardstock sprayed with Limeade Color Splash
  • Pool Play Cardstock die-cut with the Scallop Die from the Border Basics Die Set
  • And, another Bubble Gum Cardstock stamped with the Linked Dots Stamp using Watermelon Fusion True Color Fusion Ink

After adding those strips in between the bold Black and White, you're ready to add finishing touches to your card.

To finish off my card, I simply cut out a small star from Bubble Gum Cardstock using the Star-Dom Die Set and flicked some Bubble Gum Silk on it.  While it was drying I stamped a piece of Whip Cream with the Ink Splat ATS and Limeade Splash True Color Fusion Ink Pad, then layered my birthday sentiment over top from the Birthday Greetings Stamp Set using the Black Licorice True Color Fusion Ink Pad.  The stamped image was detail cut just outside the edge of the stamped design. Both the sentiment and the star are adhered using foam squares.

The final embellishments are die-cut flowers cut using the Spring Bloom Minis Die along with Watermelon Fusion Cardstock.  Two flowers are layered together with a foam square in between to give dimension and finished off with a Candy Mini center, and then placed on the card front so that they form a visual triangle. 

All the supplies seen on this card are from Fun Stampers Journey and are linked directly to their online store below!  Happy shopping! 


Monday, March 21, 2016

Tutorial: Make A Wish Birthday Card {Fun Stampers Journey}

Hello Friends! Today I have a super fun, playful, layered birthday card that has quite a variety of Fun Stampers Journey products of mixed together on it.  These are my favorite types of cards to know the kind, where you pull together a little of this and a little of that until you have a finished masterpiece!

Here's how I built this card from start to finish:
  1. Cut Whip Cream Cardstock to 7" x 10" and fold in half to create a 5" x 7" card base.
  2. Stamp Ink Splat ATS with Limeade Splash True Color Fusion Ink Pad several times across the center of the card base.
  3. Cut a Pool Play Cardstock to 1 1/2" x 6" and die-cut using the Scallop Die from the Border Basics Die Set. Adhere vertically, approximately 2" from folded edge and 1/2" from top edge.
  4. Using the Tag Set Steel Rule Die Set, die-cut a large tag from Black & White Stripe Designer Vellum (with stripes running horizontally) and a medium tag from River Stone Cardstock.
  5. Adhere large die-cut Vellum Tag centered from left-to-right on card front and slightly higher than centered from top-to-bottom. Embellish top of tag with a Large Grape Fusion Bezel Dot.
  6. Wrap a 24" piece of Whip Cream Journey Thread around the bottom of the medium River Stone Cardstock tag and tie the ends into a bow. Adhere tag over the Black & White Stripe Vellum tag using foam squares.
  7. Embellish the hole in the top of the tag with a Sparkle Drop.
  8. Die-cut one 8-petal bloom from the Sweet Today Die Set from Bubble Gum Cardstock. Die Cut one 6-petal bloom from the same die set from Whip Cream Cardstock. Adhere the Bubble Gum bloom onto the River Stone tag with a foam square. Layer the Whip Cream bloom on top with a foam square.
  9. Stamp the letter 'O' from the Marquee Type Stamp Set onto Whip Cream Cardstock using Watermelon Fusion True Color Fusion Ink and die-cut using the coordinating Marquee Type Letters Die Set. Layer onto the Whip Cream bloom using a foam square.
  10. Die-cut 2 blooms using the Tattered Bloom Minis Die Set from Watermelon Fusion Cardstock and layer one on top of another and slightly skewed. Embellish with a Lime Candy Mini and adhere with a foam square to finish off the bloom.
  11. Die-cut cut 6 blooms using the Spring Bloom Minis Die Set from Orange Creamsicle Cardstock and create three sets of double-layered blooms with a foam square in between. Embellish the centers with Pearls. Adhere the blooms to the card so the placement of them forms a visual triangle.
  12. Lastly, stamp the 'Make A Wish' sentiment from the Greeting Trends Stamp Set onto Whip Cream Cardstock using Black Licorice True Color Fusion Ink Pad and detail cut around the sentiment. Adhere using foam squares just below the tags.

I'm going to leave you today with a crafting tip:
You'll notice that there is quite a bit of die-cutting involved on this card and quite a bit of the die-cutting is of smaller parts and pieces.  I have what I call a 'cast-off' bowl that sits on my desk for when I'm working on a project. Whenever I have to die-cut something, I almost always try to make the most of my manpower and use up my scraps at the same time, so I'll double up my layers. Cut one for now and cut one for later to cast off in to my bowl. Think of it as stash building. Whenever I need a little something to finish off a project, the first place I starting digging is through the treasures in that die-cut bowl.   This bowl is the perfect place to collect all those little Tattered Bloom Mini blossoms that don't get used up in one project but get cut in that single pass, or those Spring Bloom Minis.  It is also the place to collect those imperfect stamped Marquee Type letters that can be re-purposed, just like I've done here by re-purposing the 'O' to become part of the flower blossom. 

Happy Crafting! 

Limeade Splash True Color Fusion Ink Pad IP-0019
Black Licorice True Color Fusion Ink Pad IP-0041
Watermelon Fusion True Color Fusion Ink Pad IP-0027
Candy Minis AC-0135
Pearls AC-0024
Sparkle Drops AC-0022
Whip Cream Journey Thread AC-0128
Bezel Dots AC-0170
Whip Cream Cardstock
Pool Play Cardstock
Orange Creamsicle Cardstock
Bubble Gum Cardstock
Watermelon Fusion Cardstock

Friday, March 04, 2016

Tutorial: Make Your Own Planner Clips for Your Journey Days Planner from Fun Stampers Journey

Hello, friends!  Have you been bitten by the planner bug!? If so, you're gonna love what I have to share today!

I recently got my hands on the gorgeous Be Amazing planner from Fun Stampers Journey.  The company currently offers two styles of planners.  And while the Black & White striped Journey Girl Binder was definitely calling my name....because who isn't smitten with black & white stripes???....I thought I'd go for a mega dose of happy because I seriously couldn't resist the bright pop of yellow that lines the inside of the Be Amazing Binder--the white planner with the words 'Be Amazing' in Silver Foil on the lower right corner of the planner on the front.

So, I've been playing around with my planner and finding fun ways to incorporate my Fun Stampers Journey dies and embellishments to make fun accessories for my planner.

Today I want to share with you how I've made these darling planner clips....

It is such a simple process that doesn't take many supplies at all.

Here's how:
1. Using a Large Foam Square, adhere a small Metal Accent to the center of a large Metal Accent.
2. Top with a die-cut Spring Bloom Mini that has been embellished with a Sparkle Drop.
3. Adhere to the Mars Loop End of a Jumbo Office Paperclip using Journey Glaze.
4. Allow to dry completely before using in your planner.

In the image above you'll also notice that I've embellished a smaller paperclip with a button from the Vintage Button package of embellishments.  This was made by threading a small office paperclip through the shank of the button then using Journey Glaze to secure it in place, also on the Mars Loop End of the paperclip. Allow to dry completely before using in your planner.

Aren't they just darling!?

They are super easy to make and make for an extra cute addition to your planner!

Here is a list of supplies that you can order at

Supply List:
Spring Bloom Mini Die Set DI-0008
Vintage Buttons AC-0159
Metal Accents AC-0176
Sparkle Drops AC-0022
Journey Glaze AD-0002

Thursday, February 04, 2016

Dapper Birthday Stamp Set Now Available!

Hello, friends!

So very sorry it's been a while since I've been around these parts. Life has taken me for quite a ride lately, but I'm hanging on for the ride.  Isn't that just what you have to do?

My sanity through it all is getting my fingers inky and playing with my stamps.

I'm excited to share this newly released set here with you today!  It was a past Kit of the Month Stamp Set with Fun Stampers Journey, which means it was exclusive to only kit subscribers during that month AND remained unavailable for anyone to purchase for the next three months after that.

But, as of February 1st, it is NOW AVAILABLE to everyone!!!!

SS-0249 Dapper Birthday Stamp Set

YAY!  That is super exciting because we all need more masculine options when it comes to stamping products.....especially for making birthday cards! Yes?  YES!

Isn't it just FABULOUS?

Here is the super quick card that I made using this stamp set.....

You'll notice a lovely texture to the Pool Play (light blue) Cardstock. That was created by using the scoring blade and scoring vertical lines every 1/4" across the width and then turning the piece of cardstock 90 degrees and repeating the same procedure again.  Such a fun and simple way to add a GREAT texture to your cards with the scoring blade that comes with the Paper Trimmer.

Here is a bit of a close-up so you can see that technique a bit better. So fun! 

The other thing that I thought was super fun to incorporate into this card was to use a mustache die-cut from the Furry Mustache die-cut plate.  There are multiple mustaches to choose from making the combinations you can come up with so much fun!  Here is a photo of that die set.

DI-0021 Furry Mustache Die Set 

I would definitely count this set as a 'Must-Have' Stamp Set!  If you are interested in ordering you can find the set right here: Dapper Birthday Stamp Set SS-0249

Journey Blooms Paper Trimmer TO-0039
Black Licorice True Color Fusion Ink Pad IP-0041
Cocoa Powder True Color Fusion Ink Pad IP-0016
Candy Apple True Color Fusion Ink Pad IP-0017
Journey Silver Silk IP-0090
Journey Natural Twine AC-0005
Sparkle Drops AC-0022
Cut Rhinestones AC-0023
Treat Box ST-0002
Black Licorice Cardstock CS-0003
Whip Cream Cardstock CS-0040
Pool Play Cardstock CS-0092
Oatmeal Cookie Cardstock CS-0023
Denim Days Cardstock CS-0082

Sunday, January 10, 2016

WINNER: Season's Givings Blog Hop

If your name is Marcia and this is your post your are the winner!!!

Oh my I keep seeing so many new tools and embellishments that I had no idea was out there. And your comment challenge is harder, for a new card crafter, than you might think. Let me give this a try -
1. A link to you favorite watercolor technique: I don't have one yet, but please share because I need practice, too!

2. Your best organization tip for your craft supplies: I'm trying containers for each type of product but depend mainly on the adage "A cluttered desk is the sign of a creative mind"

3. A photo of your crafty space: Sorry no camera and my "stuff" is all over the dining table.

4. A link to the blog that inspires you the most: No blog of my own and I have found so many on this hop, including yours, that I can't choose!

5. A link to your favorite art journaling blog or you-tube channel: I'm not sure what art journaling is, but I love YouTube and will search there to find out!

Thanks mjcussi at q dot com

I will be emailing you for your mailing information.


Monday, January 04, 2016

RG Lumberjack Days Blog Hop

Hi friends, If you're looking for the Season's Givings Blog Hop, please scroll down one post.


The lumberjack fashion is in full swing and this collection is no exception. With a romantic flair and a fashion forward style, this collection brings the great outdoors into your craft room for a warm and cozy feeling. With masculine designs and a feminine twist, you can bring paper to a whole new level of lumberjack days.

I created two cards to share with you today featuring the gorgeous texture of the Pine Needles Embossing Folder that is in the collection. It is a nice companion to the texture of the Knitted Pattern that is being offered in the giveaway this week.  What is also so fabulous about the stamps in the collection is that the matching dies are coupled right along with them in the same awesome is that!? is a sneak at the Lumberjack Days collection.  You're sure to get a wonderful taste of what the collection entails by clicking through the hop to see how each of the designers have used various pieces of the collection.

Here's how I worked my magic with it....isn't this Lumberjack the coolest!?  I love how using a different variety of coloring mediums can make him look so very different. I'm sure you'll see another version or two of him along the way.

Isn't that Pine Needles texture AMAZING!?!?  I looooooooove it!

I've used it here again on this card, but first I stamped the 'forest of trees, but repeating the same stamp (a set of three trees) three times at varying heights, then I overstamped that again in the same color ink to give it some depth and made it look like a dimensional forest.  After stamping I ran the entire piece through with the Pine Needles Embossing folder. However, the texture is harder to see in a photo on cream colored cardstock.  But in person, it is just as lovely as the grey is in the card above.

And now here's the exciting part.....the part where you can win some of this amazing collection for yourself!  Oooooooooooh. Aaaaaaaaaah.  Isn't it pretty?

You can enter to win the above pictured Lumberjack Days stamps/dies, Embossing Folder and paper pack by completing the following steps
1. Follow @teamrichardgaray on Instagram.
2. Leave a comment on the Richard Garay Lumberjack Days Blog Hop Post
3. Leave a comment on each designer’s blog post by clicking on their names below.

NOT all steps are necessary to win, but completing the hop and commenting on all of the blogs increases your chances of winning. :)

You will have up to 12 chances each day to win Monday – Friday! (over on the Richard Garay is the only day I'll be posting about it)

Winner from this week will be announced on Saturday, Jan. 9th here on the Richard Garay blog. And don't forget about the Grand Prize winner that will be chosen from ALL comments at the end of this week to receive one of the amazing bags! That winner will also be announced on the Richard Garay Blog. GOOD LUCK!

Prizes will be shipped following CHA.

Here is your Blog Hop List:

Patricia Roebuck
Alice Wertz
Tenia Nelson
Kathy Martin
Michelle Woerner
Mou Saha
Tania Willis
Laura Williams
Mariana Grigsby
Vanessa Menhorn
Beck Beattie
Isha Gupta

Happy 2016!

Friday, January 01, 2016

Season's Givings Blog Hop Year 4

Hello, friends!  Happy 2016!!! 

Welcome to Year 4 of the Season's Givings Blog Hop!  I first want to thank the amazing Latisha Yoast for giving so much of her time and energy to help knit our community of crafters together....she's awesome, isn't she!? And then, I want to thank YOU, for taking time out of your schedule to peek into this little space of mine. I am SO happy to have you visiting me here. I hope the holidays have treated you kindly and that you are ready to plant two feet firmly on the ground in 2016, and are freshly inspired to craft, craft, and craft some MORE! We all need more time to do a little more of that, now don't we!? And if you aren't inspired to craft yet, you SURELY will be after you've clicked through the list of participants and completed this hop! There are some mega-talented folks sharing along with me...not sure how I got so lucky to be among them, but I'll stay until they kick me out! HA! 

If this is the first time we are meeting I'd love to have your company over on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook, too!

Today I'm sharing a seasonal home decor item that can freshen up your living space after you've taken down all those Christmas decorations and it is one you can leave up all throughout the winter months. I even have the entire step-by-step process to share with you, as well, but if anything is still unclear, feel free to email me using the link over there in the right-hand sidebar and I'll get back to you right away. Cool? Cool. Don't be shy. And, well, if you live in a climate that doesn't have snow, I'm hoping that you can still be inspired by something I've shared here.....or maybe click around the blog a bit and find a little something else that suits your fancy?

Before I get started, you might like to know that all of the products used in this project are from Fun Stampers Journey.

The Unfinished Wood Easel is the perfect d├ęcor piece to intertwine into your holiday decorating. For this project I've used the Large version.  By combining stamped images from Snow Burst Stamp Set the with the coordinating Snow Burst Die-Cut pieces, and mixing in a nice dose of Journey Media products you can pull together a delightful wintery scene quickly!

To start, you’ll paint your easel with two coats of Butter Cream paint, allowing it to dry between each layer. As your easel is drying you can start to prep the other pieces that are needed to assemble the scenery on your “Let it Snow” easel insert.

The base for your “Let it Snow” insert is a 12” x 12” Whip Cream Cardstock that is cut in half and sprayed with Cool Pool Color Splash. After allowing it to dry, layer it with 2 coordinating 3” x 6” strips of paper from the Winter Fresh Prints Paper Pad and adhere them to the left-hand side leaving a 1 ½” margin.

On top of the printed paper, using foam squares, you will layer one large steel rule die-cut snowflake cut from the Specialty Paper Pearled Celebrations and embellish with a Cool Pool Bezel Dot. Also using foam squares, adhere additional snowflakes stamped with the Snow Burst Stamp Set and Journey Silver True Color Fusion Ink, and then die-cut with the coordinating dies. Each of the centers of these snowflakes are embellished with either a Sparkle Drop or a Cut Rhinestone. Add additional dimension and shine the the project by allowing some of the smallest snowflakes to rest on top of a Metal Accent. You’ll notice in my piece I’ve placed them in a visual triangle which is more pleasing to the eye. When placing your snowflakes, be sure to leave a space for your “Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow” sentiment which is stamped in River Stone Ink on Oatmeal Cookie Cardstock and then die-cut and double-layered using the Tag Elements Die Set.

Lastly, create the look of a blustery winter’s day by twirling and swirling your Natural Journey Twine around and behind the arms of your snowflakes. This is easiest to do with two 24” pieces of twine rather than one super long piece that is more likely to get tangled as you work. As you twirl and loop your twine, use Journey Glue Dots and the Foam Squares that are holding the snowflakes to hold the twine in place. You can hide where the ends start and stop behind a snowflake.

Snow Burst Stamp Set SS-0144
Snow Burst Die Set DI-0061
Tag Elements Die Set DI-0094
Snowflake Steel Rule Die SR-0015
Journey Silver True Color Fusion Ink Pad IP-0107
Cool Pool Color Splash IP-0076
Unfinished Wooden Easel Large JM-0062
Butter Cream Acrylic Paint JM-0019
Square Paint Brush TO-0102
Bezel Dots AC-0170
Metal Accents AC-0176
Sparkle Drops AC-0022
Cut Rhinestones AC-0023
Natural Journey Twine AC-0005
River Stone Satin Ribbon AC-0139
Specialty Paper Pearled Celebrations CS-0120
Winter Fresh Prints Paper Pad PP-0018
Whip Cream Cardstock CS-0042
Oatmeal Cookie Cardstock CS-0023
Journey Glue Dots AD-0083
Journey Foam Squares – Small AD-0084

So now the AWESOME PART!  Every. SINGLE. blog on this Season's Givings Hop is doing a Giveaway!  HOW COOL IS THAT!?  So, my giveaway is everything you see in these three photos.....all going to ONE person!

Entering is as easy as leaving me a comment on this post, but to make it a bit more fun, I want you to do ONE of these things in your comment AND leave me your email address so when you win I have a way to contact you for mailing out your prize:

1. A link to you favorite watercolor technique because I need practice.
2. Your best organization tip for your craft supplies because my space is a hot mess.
3. A photo of your crafty space because mine needs an overhaul!
4. A link to the blog that inspires you the most because I need some new reading material (linking to your own blog, too, is perfectly fine!)
5. A link to your favorite art journaling blog or you-tube channel because I recently got a Journaling Bible that I can't wait to leave my creative mark in.

Nitty Gritty Details:  One entry per person please. Anyone may comment, but at this time I can only mail to an US address. I'm so sorry my international friends. My giveaway will remain open until Friday, January 8, 2016 at 11:59pm. Winner will be announced on Sunday, January 10, 2016. 

And here is your entire Hop List! Now go forth and BE INSPIRED! 

Lawn Fawn

Scrapbook Cards & Today Magazine

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Reverse Confetti

Technique Tuesday

CAS-ual Friday Stamps

Verve Stamps

Donna Salazar

Richard Garay


Stamp Simply Ribbon Store

Inchie Arts

Avocado Arts

OHscrap (Bossy Joscie)

Rubermoon Stamps

Latina Crafter

A Jillian Vance Design


Your Everyday Stamps

Latisha Yoast

AJ Otto

Kimberly Crawford

Julia Stainton

Laurie Willison

Teri Anderson

Jennifer Gallacher

Vera Yates

Wanda Guess

Nichol Magouirk

Kelly Klapstein

Anabelle O’Malley

Kim Watson

Chari Moss

Laura Bassen

Lydia Fiedler

Lisa Adametz

Alice Wertz

Daniela Dobson

Jenn Shurkus

Lori Craig

Amy Tsuruta

Lisa Henke

Margie Higuchi

Lee Murphy

Lori Tecler

Dina Kowal

Loretta Lock

Darsie Bruno

Marcie Sharp

Veronica Zalis

Barbara Anders

Maria Levine

Dana Joy

Melody Rupple

Keri Sereika

Asia King

Jennifer Ingle

Yvonne Van de Grijp

Beth Pingry

Erica Houghton

Mary-Ann Maldonado

Piali Biswas

Ashley Newell

Nicole Maki

Julee Tilman

Leigh Penner

Christina Griffiths

Lindsay Amrhein

Laura Williams

Debbie Seyer

Christine Emberson

Kerry Urbatch

Linda Lucas

Tosha Leyendekker

Giovana Smith

Bunny Vance

Stacey Schafer

Lee Ann Barrett

Ruby Naz

Julie Dinn

Jill Hawkins

Christiana Reulling

Jodi Collins

Gracie Chavez

Michelle Woerner

Tania Willis

Karisse Schilling

Lori McAree

Ashley Harris

Emily Leiphart

Heidi Blankenship

Coralynn Murray

Tenia Nelson

Pretty Philosophie

Jillian Vance

Misti Oblander


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