Sunday, August 29, 2010

Curtain Call Color Challenge: Act 45

Well, this Sunday brings you my last Curtain Call Color Challenge, courtesy of Stacey's Stamping Stage.  It has been a fun 6 months, and I am sure I will continue participating!!  Without further ado, here are the colors for this week:
And here is what I came up with for the week.  The brown is a bit darker than the sample...but it was all I had that would work!
"We Can All Twinkle" supplies: 
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper: My Mind's Eye & Bo Bunny
Stamps/Ribbon: Renaissance by Design (Roots and Wings, Roots and Wings add-on)
Ink: Clearsnap (Pigment: moss green, eggplant, chestnut) 
Pearls: Kaiser Craft
Button: craft supply
Twine: Darice Inc. 
Corner Rounder: EK Success
Scalloped Die: Papertrey Ink
Diecut Machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft

Instructions:  Fold green cardstock in half to make your card base, and round the bottom corners.  Round the bottom corners of a brown damask paper block, and adhere to the front of the card.  Cut a scalloped border to the top of a purple dot paper block using a Cuttlebug.  Stamp the tree and sentiment to cream cardstock, and adhere to the purple block.  Tie ribbon around the seam, and adhere a button to the bow with twine.  Adhere the entire block to the front of the card, and then accent with brown pearls.  

And don't forget to check out what the rest of the gals came up with this month!! ♥♥♥ 

Friday, August 27, 2010

September Cupcards to Go

Happy Friday everyone!!  Well, you got a little sneak peek from me earlier in the week of one card I made as the guest designer for Cupcards to Go.  SO excited to be the guest designer this month, and tonight I have all of my projects to share with you!!

The September kit goes live at 6pm PST, and you can purchase your kit HERE.  I am posting this to coincide with the release time...so you should be able to head right on over!  Be sure to check out all of the fabulous projects made by the Cupcards to Go design team...it is sure to be a treat!

Without further ado....here are the cards that I made with the kit.  This first one I cut the pretty leaves from patterned paper.  And the lace trim is just DROOL worthy....I want some more of it!

On this next one, I clasped together a bunch of gorgeous flowers with a brad, sprayed the entire piece down with adhesive, and glittered it.  Love how that accent turned out!
On this next one, I created the beautiful flower using the strip of crepe paper that is in the kit.  The instructions on how to do that flower will be on the Cupcards blog at some point.  It is super easy and makes such a pretty accent!
On this one, I made the pretty stamp that is included in the kit the focal point.  The flowers are very easy to paper piece, and then I just colored in the leaves with a green colored pencil.
On this one, I used up a bunch of little ribbon bits for the accent.  I just love how it turned out, and it used the scraps of ribbon that I had from the kit.
This next one was done using a sketch that was provided to me.  Oh how I LOVE the flower accented bow, and the sweet little tag that is tucked into them.  I know it is a sympathy card, but I just adore it.  And I think that people who are grieving deserve something beautiful and lovely to look at.
On this one, I glittered the chipboard butterfly that came in the kit and then accented it with some of the gorgeous jewels from the kit.  I love this card!
And last, but not least....on this one I piled up the leftover flowers that I had and made this fabulous flower accent!
I will be hosting a challenge on my blog from September 1st-15th, based on one of the cards above. ;)  So be sure to come back over on Wednesday, and participate in the challenge.  There will be a Cupcards to Go prize for the winner!

Until later,
~Lea

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Glittering Stamped Flowers with GCD Studios!!

Hi everyone!!  I seem to rack my brain every month, trying to think of what to do for my technique assignment.  I will admit...I am not the most technique oriented card maker.  I LOVE product...especially patterned paper & ribbon and small accents!  But, there is one other thing that I really LOVE to do, and that is stamp.  But, even my stamping tends to be really basic.  I have a really simple stamping technique that I use often on my projects, and it just adds so much to the stamping....and that is stamping part of the image to patterned paper and then glittering it.

Here is a little how to!  First, stamp the image directly on the main surface of your project.  On this one, I have stamped it to a cream cardstock block that I already put a scalloped edge on.
I would suggest using an ink that dries quickly, like Versafine or Staz-On.  I prefer versafine because it stamps images with perfect detail and crisp lines.  Definitely stay away from pigment ink, because it takes awhile to dry and smears very easily.  Now, set this stamped image aside, and stamp the same image to patterned paper.
I prefer to use patterned paper that has a smaller pattern to it.  GCD Studios has many papers that would work perfectly for this!!  Since this ink dries so quickly, you can immediately start cutting out the image.  For this card, I am only cutting out the actual flowers from the stamped image.
Once you have cut out all of the flowers, spray them down with adhesive and cover them in glitter.  I use a very fine glitter by DecoArt called Glamour Dust.  I have had it forever, and it is my favorite! I am just hoping that I can find it the next time I need to buy it!
After that, you just need to put your card together and adhere the glittered pieces to the top of the original stamped image.  Here is how my card turned out!
You can also just stamp directly to patterned paper and cut out, without having an original image stamped anywhere.  I have done that on this example:
GCD Studios adds glitter to a lot of their product, so this glittering technique goes perfectly with their product!!  So, break out your patterned paper, your favorite stamps and some glitter...and go to town!  It is a lot of fun!

Product:  Paper, paper frill, brad, journal tag & sentiment tag all from the Homespun Chic line by GCD Studios. 

Until later,
~Lea L.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Taylored Expression August "Blast from the Past" Blog Hop

Happy Tuesday everyone!!  Hope you have had a good week so far!!  Today I am joining in on the Taylored Expression "Blast from the Past" blog hop....so let's just get started!!

Same as last month, I used the fabulous "CreativiTEA" set.  I just ADORE this set....so I use it as often as I can!  Here is my card!!
"Missing You" supplies: 
Cardstock: The Paper Company
Paper: Glitz Designs
Stamps: Taylored Expression (CreativiTEA
Ink: Clearsnap (Pigment: aqua & Chalk: pink pastel, creamy brown) 
Ribbon: Renaissance by Design
Flowers: Prima
Pearls: Kaiser Craft
Circle Cutter: Creative Memories
Scalloped Die: Papertrey Ink
Diecut Machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft

Instructions:  Cut a large scallop to the left side of a paper block using the Cuttlebug and large scallop steel die.  Sand the edges of the scalloped paper block, and a pink damask paper block.  Adhere them together, and stitch along the seams.  Adhere the entire block to the front of a cream card base.  Cut a circle from cream cardstock and ink the edges.  Adhere the circle to the middle of the card, and stamp the sentiment directly to it.  Stamp the teapot to a scrap of cream cardstock and cut out.  Adhere directly above the sentiment, and accent with pearls.  Adhere a bow to the lower left corner, and accent with paper flowers.  

I used this fabulous sketch, designed by the lovely Sankari Wegman.   Isn't it fabulous!!!
 And last, but not least....be sure to check out all the other blog hoppers!  I can't wait to sit down with a cup of coffee and check out all the wonderful inspiration!  ♥♥♥ 
Until later,
~Lea

Monday, August 23, 2010

Cupcards to Go September Sneak Peek!!

Happy Monday everyone!!  I am the lucky girl who gets to be the guest designer at Cupcards To Go for the month of September....and today we are having a fun little sneak peek blog hop!!  If you didn't come from the the Cupcards to Go blog, then make sure you start there and join in on the fun!!

So, here is a little sneak peek from one of my projects this month!  Hope you like it!
Next you are going to hop on over to Hilary Kanwischer's blog and see what she and the rest of the Cupcards gals have in store for you!!

There is going to be a prize giveaway with this blog hop, so be sure to leave comments on all of the blog posts to be entered to win!!  The September Cupcards to Go kits go on sale a little early this time around, and will be available this FRIDAY, the 27th, at 6pm pacific time.  So, be sure to mark that on your calendars so you can get your hands on this wonderful kit!! ♥♥♥

Until later,
~Lea

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Curtain Call Color Challenge: Act 44

Happy Sunday everyone!!  Today I have my card for the Curtain Call Color Challenge 44, courtesy of Stacey's Stamping Stage blog.  Here are the colors!
And here is the card that I did using these colors.  It also uses Clean & Simple Stamping #103 from last week.  (Remember...I did a card with the wrong colors last week.  Oooops!)
"Wishing You all the Best" supplies: 
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper: Sassafras & October Afternoon
Stamps: Papertrey Ink (A Little Argyle & YOF: Sweet Peas
Ink: Clearsnap (canary, turquoise, black) 
Pearls: Kaiser Craft 
Button/Paper Frill: Doodlebug Desing
Ribbon: Michael's brand
Twine: Darice Inc.

Instructions: Adhere an aqua dot paper block to the front of a red card base.  Stamp the argyle patterns and sentiment to the left side of a white cardstock block, and matte on aqua cardstock.  Adhere a striped paper strip to the right side of the block, and add red paper frill over the seam.  Tie yellow ribbon around the striped side, and accent the bow with a button using twine.  Adhere the entire block to the front of the card, and accent with pearls. 

Be sure to check out the amazing cards from the other gals!! ♥♥♥ 

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Crazy bunch of cards....

Happy Thursday everyone!!  I have an odd bunch of cards to share with you today....each one is very different from the other.  Weird when it works out that way, huh?  Without further ado....let's get started because I have 4 of them to share with you today!

First up is my card for CPS Sketch 180 this week.  You can't see it very well, but the blue portion of the sentiment is heat embossed...and it looks wonderful in real life!! 
"Welcome Baby" supplies: 
Cardstock: The Paper Company
Paper: My Mind's Eye
Stamps: Papertrey Ink (Inside & Out: Baby and Night, Night Moon)
Ink: Clearsnap (Chalk: yellow cadmium & Pigment: black, seaglass)
Embossing Powder: Stampendous (clear)
Ribbon: Renaissance by Design
Flowers: Recollections
Pearls: Kaiser Craft
Diecut Machine: Cricut Expression by Provo Craft
Diecut Cartridge: Storybook by Provo Craft

Instructions: Fold cream cardstock in half to make card base.  Stamp the stars & moon border to the bottom of the card.  Stamp the blue sentiment to the upper left corner, cover in clear embossing powder and heat set it.  Cut the scalloped circle at 2" using the Cricut Expression & Storybook cartridge, and adhere it to the right side of the stamped border.  Cut the circle at 1.75" and stamp the moon, stars and small sentiment to it.  Accent the stars with pearls, and adhere to the top of the scalloped circle using foam adhesive.  Tie a bow and accent the upper left corner of the circle with it.  Add paper roses to the middle of the bow, and accent the stamped border with pearls. 

This next card is based on OTWC Challenge #21.  First off...check out this fabulous inspiration photo!!
And here is the card that I came up with: 
"{hb2u}" supplies:
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper/Stickers: Sassafras
Ribbon: Renaissance by Design
Button: Papertrey Ink
Twine: Darice Inc. 
Jewels: Doodlebug Designs
Corner Rounder: EK Success

Instructions: Fold aqua cardstock in half to make card base, and round the bottom corners.  Round the bottom corners of a music note paper block, and adhere to the front.  Tie ribbon around the top, and add a button to the bow using twine.  Adhere the journal sticker to the lower right corner, and trim the excess.  Accent the sun's smile with pink jewels.  Add the banner stickers across the top of the card.  Add the sentiment to the journal sticker using gold glitter alphas.

This next card is, albeit loosely, on Sweet Sunday Sketch #81.  I turned it on the other end, and added my circles in a different location...but I think you can still tell that it was at least inspired by the sketch!
"Thinking of You" supplies: 
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper: Basic Grey
Stamps/Scalloped Die: Papertrey Ink (Asian Fusion
Ink: Clearsnap (Watermark)
Embossing Powder: Stampendous (Detail White) 
Ribbon: Offray & Sons
Twine: Darice Inc. 
Button: Doodlebug Designs
Jewels: Doodlebug Designs & Glitz Designs
Diecut Machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft 

Instructions:  Fold orange cardstock in half to make card base.  Tie ribbon around a gray flourish paper block, and adhere a button to the bow using twine.  Mat the block on black cardstock, and accent with three orange jewels.  Cut a scalloped strip from striped paper using the Cuttlebug and medium scalloped die, and adhere it to the bottom of the paper block.  Adhere the entire block to the orange card front.  Stamp the sentiment to the lower right corner, cover in white embossing powder and heat set it.  Add a strip of black jewels right next to the sentiment.  

And last, but definitely not least, is this card that I did based on Clean & Simple Stamping sketch #103.  Once again...I flipped it on its side and moved the sentiment....but I think it still resembles the sketch pretty well! 
"With Faith all Things are Possible" supplies: 
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper: My Mind's Eye
Stamps/Large Scallop Die: Papertrey Ink (YOF: Violets
Ink: Clearsnap (Watermark) 
Embossing Powder: Ranger Industries (Butterscotch)
Ribbon: Offray & Sons
Jewels: Basic Grey (flowers) & Doodlebug Designs (blue) 
Diecut Machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft

Instructions:  Fold blue cardstock in half to make card base.  Cut a scalloped border to yellow dotted paper using the Cuttlebug and large scallop die.  Tie ribbon around the bottom of the paper block, and adhere three jeweled flowers above the bow.  Replace the original middle stone of each flower with a blue jewel.  Stamp the sentiment to the lower left corner, cover in embossing powder, and heat set it.  Adhere the yellow dotted block to the front of the card using foam adhesive.  

Phew...got them all posted!!  Hope you like them!!  Now on to some personal stuff....Casey is moved into his dorm room and started practice last week.  He has found that college football is a lot harder than what he is used to, but he knew that going into it.  He has been doing some reps with the Varsity...and according to Case, they are ginormous!  Tee hee!  So, as of now...Casey won't be red shirted and should see some play time this year.  REALLY hope that is the case!!  They have updated the player profiles, and the coach's notes on Casey are pretty cool.  Here is a link: 

And I will leave you with a song that got me up and dancing around my house the other day!!  Love doing that!! ♥♥♥
Until later,
~Lea L.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Curtain Call Color Challenge: Act 43

Happy Sunday everyone!!  Of course, I have my card for Curtain Call Color Challenge 43 today, courtesy of Stacey's Stamping Stage blog!!  Want to hear something funny....I totally had my card done for the actual reveal time of midnight last night (or eleven my time.)  Well, I thought I did anyways.  I had next week's card done, actually.  Tee hee- I totally pulled up the wrong set of colors.  Sigh- I was too tired to get another card done, so I waited until this morning to do my card with this week's actual colors!  I guess at least I am now a week ahead of the game!  Without further ado, here are the colors for THIS week! :)
And here is my card using these fabulous colors!!  I also used Waltzingmouse sketch #10 for it....a great one that can be used so many times and will look so different each time!
"There is No One Like You" supplies: 
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper: October Afternoon
Stamps: Papertrey Ink (YOF: Larkspurs
Ink: Clearsnap (Pigment: royal blue) & Tsukineko (Versafine: onyx black) 
Ribbon: Offray & Sons
Twine: Darice Inc.
Button/Jewels: Doodlebug Designs
Flowers: Recollections
Corner Rounder: EK Success
Diecut Machine: Cricut Expression by Provo Craft
Diecut Cartridge: Storybook by Provo Craft

Instructions:  Round the corners of a floral paper block, and adhere to the front of a blue card base.  Cut the scalloped circle at 4" from orange dot paper using the Cricut Expression and Storybook cartridge.  Adhere the circle to the middle of the card.  Cut the circle at 3.5" from white cardstock, and stamp the flowers & sentiment to the front of it.  Adhere the circle to the middle of the card using foam adhesive.  Tie a bow from blue dotted ribbon, and tie a button to the middle using twine.  Adhere the bow accent to the upper left corner of the circles.  Add three paper flowers to the lower right corner of the circle, and accent three of the stamped flowers with orange jewels. 

Don't forget to check out what the other ladies have done with these colors...it will be pure eye candy!!  ♥♥♥ 

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

CPS Catch Up!!

I am in dire need of posting CPS cards from the past month.  So, that is what my post is all about today!  I'll start with this week's card for CPS Sketch 179.  No sponsor this week....so I used the new Love Nest collection by Glitz!!  Sigh- love this line!
"Wish You Were Here" supplies: 
Cardstock: The Paper Company
Paper/Sticker/Jewels: Glitz Designs
Ribbon: Renaissance by Design
Flowers: Recollections
Pins: Jenni Bowlin
Corner Rounder: EK Success
Ink: Clearsnap (Chalk: creamy brown)
Sandpaper

Instructions: Fold cream cardstock in half to make card base.  Round the corners, then ink & sand the edges of the first paper layer, and adhere to the front of the card.  Round the corners and then sand the edges of a pink damask paper block.  Adhere to the right side of the card.  Tie ribbon to the right side of the card.  Sand the edges of the cardstock sticker, and adhere over top of the ribbon.  Accent the bow with pins, flowers and jewels.  Add a strip of pink jewels to the left side of the card. 

Up next is my card for CPS Sketch 178.  We were sponsored by EAD Designs that week, and I used some of their vinyl rub-ons.  The rub-ons are very cool, and I think you would have to work pretty hard to ruin them!  They transfer to your card the same way you would transfer vinyl onto something like a wall....it doesn't take much pressure when rubbing and the backing needs to be pulled off slowly and at an angle.  Here is my card: 
  "Thanks" supplies: 
Vinyl Rub-ons: courtesy of EAD Designs (Retro Thank You)
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper: Hambly Screen Prints
Paper Frill: Doodlebug Designs
Jewels: Doodlebug Designs & Westrim Crafts
Ribbon: Renaissance by Design
Twine: Darice Inc.
Button: Papertrey Ink

Instructions:  Cover the front of a cream card base with kraft dotted paper.  Adhere the background tree rub-on to a cream cardstock block, and trim off the edges.  Adhere the cardstock block to the front of the card.  Add a patterned paper strip to the top of the block, and cover the seam with paper frill.  Cut the top off of the front tree, and adhere just the tree trunk to the cardstock block, then add the sentiment rub-on.  Adhere the tree top to a separate piece of cardstock, cut it out, and adhere it to the front using dimensional adhesive.  Accent the popped tree top with three jewels.  Tie ribbon around the bottom seam, and add a button to the bow using twine.

Up next is my card for CPS 177.  That week we were sponsored by Flower Soft.  They make these cute little pots of different colored sprinkles that you can use on your projects.  It is a bit like flocking, but I feel like it has more texture and substance than other flocking powders out there.  Here is what I came up:  
    "Wishing You Well" supplies: 
Flocking Sprinkles: Flower Soft (Polar White)
Cardstoc: Bazzill Basics
Paper: GCD Studios
Paper Frill: Doodlebug Designs
Stamps/Button: Papertrey Ink
Ink: Tsukineko (Versafine: onyx black) & Clearsnap (Pigment: razzberry)
Ribbon: Renaissance by Design
Twine: Darice Inc.
Colored Pencil: Heidi Swapp

Instructions:  Cover the front of a white card base with glittered patterned paper.  Stamp the flowers and sentiment to a kraft cardstock block, and color in the flower leaves with a green colored pencil.  Add glue to each flower and cover in the flocking sprinkles.  Let sit for a moment, shake off the excess, and do any touch-up that is necessary.  Adhere a pink scalloped frill to the bottom of the cardstock block, and adhere to the front of the card.  Tie ribbon around the top seam, and add a button to the bow using twine.  

And last, but definitely not least is my card for CPS Sketch 176.  We were sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps that week, and I used a few different sets from the company.  If you frequent my blog in any type of fashion, you will know that I use the Plaid Plus stamp set all the time....the heart and star strips are a great addition to any stamp collection because they can be used so much!  Here is what I came up with!  
"Hugs and Kisses" supplies: 
Stamps: courtesy of Kitchen Sink Stamps (Plaid Plus, Backgrounds & Borders, Never A Loss 4 Words)
Ink: Clearsnap (Pigment: turquoise, cranberry, pink, raven black)
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper: We R Memory Keepers & Doodlebug Designs
Ribbon: Renaissance by Design
Twine: Darice Inc.
Jewels: Kaiser Craft
Felt/Steel Die/Button: Papertrey Ink
Glitter: DecoArt
Diecut Machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft, Cricut Expression by Provo Craft
Diecut Cartridge: Storybook by Provo Craft

Instructions:  Ink the edges of a heart paper block, and cover the front of a white card base with it.  Stamp the middle of a kraft cardstock block with a dotted border, and adhere to the front of the card.  Cut a scalloped square from dotted paper using the Cricut Expression and Storybook cartridge.  Adhere to the middle of the card.  Tie ribbon around the middle, and add a button to the bow using twime.  Stamp the hearts and sentiment to a white cardstock block, and adhere to the middle using dimensional adhesive.  Diecut the cloud from felt using the Cuttlebug.  Glitter the cloud, and adhere to the upper left corner of the sentiment block.  Accent the cloud, sentiment, and dotted border with jewels. 
Phew!!  Finally caught up, and don't feel so guilty that they aren't posted!  We haven't watched many new movies lately because we have been so busy...so I don't really have a movie post to share with you.  I did put the television on a channel playing the movie "The Skulls" the other day while I was doing some stuff in the kitchen.  I totally forgot how much I liked the love song from that movie, so I downloaded it after hearing it again.  Here is the song if you want to listen to it!  It is called "Taste" by Lorna Vallings. 
Well, that is everything I have for now.  Casey moved into his dorm yesterday, and is starting football practice today!  Can't wait to hear how everything is going!! ♥♥♥

Until later,
~Lea L.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Curtain Call Color Challenge: Act 42

Happy Sunday everyone!  Wow...I feel like I have been completely MIA lately!  And I actually pretty much have been.  The past two weeks all of my posts have been scheduled, and they were scheduled about 3 weeks ago.  I was gone for our fun "Hocker Girls Week" the week before last, and this past week I have just been busy with some other projects.  I haven't been able to visit my favorite blogs, and didn't even really see any posts from CHA...so I feel a little out of the loop!  I will catch up though...I always do!

Well, after a needed week off....this Sunday gets back on schedule with Curtain Call Color Challenge 42 courtesy of Stacey's Stamping Stage blog!  Here are the colors for the week!
 Along with using these fabulous colors, I also used Clean & Simple: 102 for it.  Love this fun sketch that they created this week....as always! :)
"Apple of my Eye" supplies: 
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper: Glitz Designs
Stamps: Renaissance by Design (A is for Apple, Roots & Wings add-on)
Ink: Clearsnap (Pigment: moss green, chestnut, topaz) 
Jewels: Doodlebug Designs
Buttons: Basic Grey
Twine: Darice Inc. 
Corner Rounder: EK Success

Instructions:  Fold brown dotted paper in half to make card base, and round the bottom corners.  Round the bottom corners of a vanilla cardstock block, and punch three circles to the top of it.  Stamp the sentiment to the middle of the cardstock block, below the punched circles. Stamp the apples to a separate cardstock strip, and adhere it to the front so the apples will show through the punched circles.  Adhere the punched block to the front of the card using dimensional adhesive.  Tie twine through 3 buttons, and accent the circles with them.  Finish by adding three jewels below the sentiment. 

Be sure to check out what the other ladies came up with, including our fabulous August guest designer!  And I sure hope that you will play along! ♥♥♥ 

Thursday, August 5, 2010

My Hometown with GCD Studios

Hi everyone!!  This month, we are featuring our hometowns for you!!  The inspiration photo that we were given is really fun and fabulous...check it out!
So...it has been a REALLY long time since I scrapbooked.  Seriously...its been ages.  So, I panicked a little when we were given a scrapbooking assignment.  Me- the girl who has converted to just card making.  But then I gave myself a fake slap in the face and reminded myself that I used to scrapbook all the time!!  I can do this!!  And this is what I came up with:
I used a compilation of fun summer photos from some of the things we do here in the summer.  My journaling really says it all.  I hate winter.  Sure...it is novel for a bit.  When you get that first snow, and the beauty blankets the fields.  It is great when you are watching it fall softly as you look out the window, past your Christmas tree.  But, when MAY rolls around and it is still coming down....you decide that you actually hate winter.

But, summer (and fall!) here really does make up for the winter....totally and completely.  Summer in Montana is really amazing, and I would invite anyone to take a vacation here during these months.  It is really a fabulous time.

I hope that you liked a little peek into my summer hometown!

Until later,
~Lea L.