It's no secret that I'm a control freak... and a neat freak to boot... so I'm almost embarrassed to share this photo with you, but well... consider it therapy.
Here is the view that greeted me every time I opened my ribbon cupboard:
I seriously had a ribbon storage problem.
Until I got my hands on some Ribbon Roll Control units...
Check out my Product Focus Review on Splitcoaststampers today for a detailed description of the product and just what I thought of it.
And because we are talking ribbon... I thought I'd share my latest card project...
I attached strips of ribbon to a cardstock sheet and then cut it out with a butterfly die. Attach the die cut shape to a matted circle and pop it off the card base with foam tape. I used a black multiliner to dot in the flight path to the sentiment (Verve)
Thanks for stopping in!
Blog Reveal Winners listed below... read on!
Good morning! Last week I had a Product Focus review of the new Spellbinders Card Creator Die Collection posted on Splitcoaststampers.
The dies I was given to review included Card Creator Basic Matting Set A & B and Polka Dots. I love them for many reasons (click HERE to read the full review) and have used all three sets on this card project.
You can check out my other projects along with many more HERE in the Card Creator Gallery and you can read what each reviewer thought HERE in the Product Focus section. Don't forget to visit Splitcoaststampers for all of your stamping and crafting questions, chatter and inspiration.
And now for the winners of my Blog Reveal Party! Congratulations to...
Comment # 2 - Cassie T
Comment #12 - Ann C.
Comment #30 - Sharon Roselli
Cassie, Ann and Sharon, please email me at email@example.com and give me your snail mail addy so I can send the prize packages out to you!
|Raven and Great Lakes (Bazzill Basics) and X-Press It Blending Card (Imagination International Inc)|
|Cali Girl (Saturated Canary) Sentiment (MFT)|
|Tuxedo Black Memento|
|Spellbinders Polka Dot and Card Creator Basics A and B|
|Button and thin ribbon|
Have you seen the amazing storage units from Stamp-n-Storage yet?
Head on over to Splitcoaststampers for the team's Product Review on these awesome organizational options!
Then take a peek in the stamp spaces gallery to see just how we are putting them to use!
Good morning peeps!
Just a quick stop this morning to share a quick card and send you over to the CardMaker Blog to check out my latest "favorite product" article!
Here's a peek at the card I created using it... can you guess what my favorite product is?
Check out the CardMaker Blog for all of the deets!
Supplies used: X-Press It Blending Card, Copic® markers (R22/R35/R37/Y11/YG23/G19) and black Multiliner from Imagination International Inc.; Kisses cardstock and Vintage Marketplace green gingham patterned paper from Bazzill Basics Paper Inc.; Color Your Own stickers from Heidi Grace Designs*.
I was at a wedding this past weekend and as expected, the conversation eventually turned to careers. When asked what I do for a living, I said that I taught people to color. It's the easiest explanation of what I do... but it often causes raised eyebrows and confused expressions. My explanation then expands to include the terms paper crafting, stamping and/or card making.
Sometimes the conversation comes to an abrupt halt with statements of, "It must be nice to have so much time on your hands" and rolled eyes, but every once-in-a-while, there is a spark of interest and people ask, "So, how can I get started in something like that?"
I started card making over 20 years ago. I had to "learn on my own" as I went along... having just as many successes as failures in the yearly stages and purchasing a large number of supplies that I would never use. It isn't how I would suggest anyone get started. Thankfully, there are a number of groups, classes and opportunities to learn the craft today.
One of the very best ways to "get started" in card making is to join a kit club, a club that will send you all of the supplies you need each month to create a number of cards quickly and easily.
The CardMaker Kit Club focuses on card making and includes all of the supplies (plus more) to create 8-10 unique greeting cards each month. There is a wonderful mix of patterned papers, stamps, card stock and/or bases, envelopes, ribbons, brads, buttons, stickers, tags and any other embellishments necessary.
A full-color instruction booklet is also included with clear step-by-step instructions for a number of techniques each month along with assembly instructions for each card project. The cards are designed by some of the top designers in the industry, so you know they are fresh, fun and inventive.
All of the supplies are excellent quality and it is a great way to begin building your stamping and card making stash. It's also a great way to try out new techniques and expand your card making abilities.
The CardMaker Kit of the Month Club is GREAT for beginners, but it's also something I like to recommend to experienced card makers. It's a wonderful way to "challenge yourself" to try new things, a great way to get out of a card making rut, and even better - its a quick and easy way to whip up a number of greeting cards to have on hand for any special occasion.
Here are just some of the cards I made from the "Friendship Blooms" kit (card designs by Lisa Johnson and Shelia Sommers).
Another kit that I worked with is called "Denim Twist" and ooohhhh, this one was a TREAT! (Card designs are by Keri Lee Sereika.) It includes 8 (4 each of 2 different designs) fancy fold card bases... with a number of options for folding. Here are just two of the cards I made with this kit.
I love having a monthly stash of cards! And I love the quality, designs and clarity of instructions that are included each month in the CardMaker Kit of the Month Club. It's easy to recommend to both new and experienced stampers.
For more information about the kit club, visit the Annie's Attic Clubs web site.
Today on the CardMaker blog I've got a post about the birds and the bees... well, the ducks and the bees! LOL
Check out THIS POST to find out what one of my favorite crafting tools is and more about how I made this cutie patootie card!
Supplies used: X-Press It Blending Card, Copic® markers (Y00/Y02/Y08/Y11/Y19/YR04) and Multiliner (Black .3) from Imagination International Inc.; Sea Salt and African Daisy cardstock from Bazzill Basics Paper Inc.; Lucky Ducky stamp set from Verve Stamps; Memento ink pad from Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko.
Did you check out the latest Product Review from the Splitcoaststampers Review team?
We got the chance to play with 6 new colors of Smooch Glitz by Clearsnap... and ohhhh what fun we had!
Here is one of the projects I created... Tilda swimming through shimmery waters - reminds me of our snorkeling trip to the Bahamas!
Blue Jeans, African Daisy, Kisses, and Raven (Bazzill Basics)
X-Press It Blending Card (Imagination International Inc)
Scuba Tilda (Magnolia-Licious)
Mystic and Firecracker Smooch Glitz (Clearsnap)
Tuxedo Black Memento Ink (Tsukeniko)
Sometimes I think I live under a rock. I honestly think I'm the LAST person on earth to hear about the i-top by Imaginisce. Seriously, how did I not know about this uber COOL TOOL?
When the CardMaker Blog team was told we get to play with products from Imaginisce, I was pretty pumped. I knew they had all sorts of pretty papers, adhesives, albums and even the i-rock... but I DIDN'T know they had stamps (ohhhh, I see some shopping in my future) or this wacky-looking thing called the i-top!
Luckily for me... my package arrived full of i-top goodies... (punches, the i-top tool, and all sorts of brad, button and pin pieces). I hopped on over to the web site to find out how to use the i-top and realized that it couldn't be easier. Just punch, place, squeeze, and pop...out comes a custom-made brad, button, pin, snap or magnet!
I do have to warn you... this is going to be totally addicting! I started by making some fabric buttons in the XL and Large sizes. I used up a bunch of fabric scraps and was a button making machine!
Here's a card I created with a few of my fabric buttons...
(Chipboard flowers painted white and airbrushed with Copic markers - B00/B02/BV01/BV04, fabric strip across the bottom, purple strip with MFT open scallop die, blue strip with Sizzix Brackets die, sentiment from Hero Arts.)
I wanted to try out the smaller sized brads, so I stamped a few hearts (Gina K Designs), colored them up with Copics (R83/R85/R46/R59). I punched them out with the small punch and then "place, squeeze, pop" I made them into brads! (hopping up and down here)
I hate to sound like a commercial and I don't like to "pimp" product on my blog... but seriously, this is the coolest gadget around! I want to thank Imaginisce for supplying product for this hop - and for introducing me to something new!
Check out what the other CardMaker Blog Team designers did with their Imaginisce + a bit of imagination!
Thanks for stopping by and have a colorful day!
I always love to test out new products and when I heard that we were going to be playing with Faber-Castell products for our latest Splitcoaststampers Product Review I was giddy with excitement.
You can read our reviews of the Design Memory Craft line HERE at Splitcoast.
For my post today, I thought I'd walk you through one of the art journal pages I made while playing with with all of the scrumptious goodies.
Check out the gallery HERE for other designs by the review team! (I have to say... they are AMAZING and very diverse!)
Thanks Faber-Castell for making a quality product that is easy to use!
I got a chance to play with the new colors and I am SO excited about them. These are some of my favorite colors!!! They really help to flesh out the current color families and they fill in some of the blanks, pairing with individual markers that were already produced.
Here are some samples of the new colors and suggestions for which markers to pair them up with.
Two new colors flesh out the big jump in the E8's that were introduced last year. I LOVE this combination and I'm thrilled with the additional two shades! (This combination looks green next to green tones and brown next to earth tones.)
A fun new color is R56 and it blends beautifully with the current R59 to create a dark, currant color. When I blended them together, I thought they were both fairly dark. Since I like to have a lot of contrast, I added RV32 as the "light" shade in a blend and it worked beautifully. Other colors that work well as blend-able lights for this group are R81 and RV11.
As you know, I love my blues... and the new BG57 blends beautifully with our current "loner" BG53. If you want to create even more contrast, you can start with a layer of B000 for a bluer tone or a BG11 for a greener tone.
Another current loner (BV31) is paired up with the new rich BV34. This is a gorgeous combination! To create even more contrast, start with a lighter layer of BV0000 and/or go even darker with BV17 or BV29. YUM!
People wanted pinks... and I think the new RV52 really hits the spot. It pairs up with our current loner RV55 to blend into a soft cotton candy sweetness. If you want to darken it up a bit... add a touch of RV66 for contrast.
I can tell a lot of thought went into picking and creating these colors to help expand the current colors... not just to create more colors.
And here's my very first image - colored with the new colors!
Digi Image by Whimsidoodles
X-Press It Blending Card
Copic Sketch Markers Used:
skin - E00/E21/E33/E95/BV01
hair - YR20/YR23/YR27
clothing - E81/E84/E87/E89
stem - G40/G43/G46
flower petals - RV52/RV55
flower center and belt - RV32/R56/R59
shoes - E31/E35/E37
So... which new color is on YOUR shopping list?
Good morning readers! Today I have a fabulous post to share with some pretty cool eye candy (if I do say so myself.) lol
As a member of the Designer Crafts Connection group, I sometimes get the opportunity to play with new (or new to me) products. I can't tell you how excited I was when I was picked to give the Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner a try.
When the package arrived, I thought maybe they forgot to send the scanner... it was SOOOOO light! I opened it up to find the coolest little scanner I've ever seen - about the size and weight of an e-book.
The directions were easy to read and the set up was quick. I was playing within minutes!
Yeah, its a scanner... but it's a MOBILE scanner!
You can scan in the traditional method, placing the item to be scanned face-down on the scanner, close the lid (or cover with a light cloth) and hit scan. OR... you can remove the lid, place the scanner face-down on an object (ANY OBJECT) and hit scan. Easy peasy!
For me, the neatest thing was being able to scan large, non-flat objects and then stitch them together into one image. (A seriously simply thing to do with the enclosed software.)
Even before I got the Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner, I knew what I wanted to try. We have this gorgeous Mayan calendar that was hand-made for us on our honeymoon that recorded the date of our wedding in stunning ancient characters. We had the calendar matted and framed and it's hanging in a place of honor in our home.
Soooo, I pulled the picture off the wall, set it on the table and began scanning. It took just 8 quick scans and I was ready to roll. I stitched them together with a touch of a button and ended up with this beautiful scanned image. (I've tried photographing the calendar before and I would always get the glare of the glass or the "photo" look that I really didn't want - this was perfect!)
Once I had the image I was free to get crafty! I printed out two smaller copies and one larger and got to work. I ripped, crinkled and inked the pieces to make them look even more authentic. Then I mixed up some resin and created two "baubles" with the calendars as the base. Once cured, I worked them into charms by wire wrapping them and then turning one into a necklace for me (complete with beautiful brown and blue swirled stones) and a matching key fob for Nate. (The necklace looks amazing on a cream colored shirt or even directly against the skin as the calendar really shows up then!)
Since this is going to be a special anniversary gift to my husband (and myself), I also wanted to create a matching card. It was super easy to take the printed calendar and again, distress it up for the focal point of my card. I kept the colors muted with just a touch of the turquoise to match the feel of the charms and calendar itself. A twist of Artistic Wire, a few extra beads and it's ready to give.
I have to say, I absolutely LOVE the Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner! It was so easy to use, I was able to get super creative by using scans of something that was meaningful to me, and I am able to now share the love of my "calendar" with the love of my life.
The possibilities are endless... with the holidays quickly approaching, it's the perfect opportunity to record and share special memories with family and friends using the Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner. (And teachers... just think of the possibilities for classroom use!!! I'm giddy just considering them.)
To find out more about the Flip Pal Mobile Scanner and how they work.. check out
their websites below! They have some awesome videos.. and instructions on what you
can do with the Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner!
To submit your “Scan & Share” ideas, click here.
The blog hop follower who comes up with the most creative and productive ideas using a Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner will win their very own Flip-Pal™.
The winner will be announced on December 15th. Good luck!
Supplies Used in Projects
Flip-Pal™ mobile scanner
Resin mold - charms
Walnut Stain/Tea Dye Distress Inks by Ranger
Brown 20 and 24 gauge Artistic Wire
Jewelry Tools by Beadalon
Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper
The Legal Deets:
When scanning things that are not your own, it can be for personal use ONLY. You aren't allowed to sell them or claim them as yours. Please be aware of any copyright and design laws.
I have received a product sample for consideration in preparing to write this content. I am not expected to return this item after my review period. That being said, I was given leave to share my HONEST opinion of the product and have done so willingly.
Thank you SO much for stopping by... you can head on over and visit the other designers in the Designer Crafts Connection group by clicking on the links below.
As a member of the Splitcoast Product Review team it's my job to be TOTALLY honest with you about the products we are reviewing... and I'm doing exactly that today with my review of EZ Mount Cling Foam and Storage products.
I have to say... it was an interesting one!!! I've got a LOT to say about this product. Head on over to the Splitcoast Product Review Form to find out just what I (and the other members of the team) thought of it!
While you are there... check out some of the awesome samples that everyone made for the review! Here's a sneak peak at a few of my projects in the Splitcoast Product Review EZ Mount/Crafters Companion gallery.
Thanks for stopping in! Happy Coloring...
I'm back... and I have MORE card stock testing results for use with those Copic markers! If you missed Part I, you can click HERE for the results of my first paper group.
Today I have 7 more card stocks to cover... from color, to blendability, to feathering to colorless blender effects. The papers I'm testing today are:
Copic Stamp Paper
Gina K Designs - Pure Luxury (80lb)
Make It Crafty - Make It Color
Neenah - Clasic Crest Solar White Smooth
X-Press It Blending Card
Papertrey Ink - Stampers Select White
Xpedx Hammermill - Color Copy Digital Cover 100lb
Let's Get Started...
Overall Thoughts - an excellent paper to use with Copic markers, but NOT a thick card stock-like paper. It isn't as thin as printer paper, but it isn't as thick as card stock.
Overall Thoughts - This is a very nice paper for Copic users who want a denser paper. I personally prefer softer papers, but I do find this surface to be very compatible. It take a bit more work to blend (the flick application technique is a must). Since the ink sits on the surface for some time, it can get gummy if you layer on too much ink.
Overall Thoughts - What a find! I love this paper... it is very similar to the X-Press It Blending Card. Great for beginner or experienced Copic users alike. Super easy blending and very, very little feathering. (I had to really soak it to get it to feather at all.) Love the fact that I can get really crisp blender effects with this!
Overall Thoughts - I actually like this paper because I learned on it... BUT, I would not recommend this paper for a beginner Copic user as it is too soft and tends to feather a lot. It blends easily.
Overall Thoughts - LOVE this paper!!! It's my "go-to" paper... I recommend it for beginner and experienced Copic users alike. Love that the markers flow so smoothly and the blending is effortless.
Overall Thoughts - A compatible paper that I would recommend for experienced Copic users. (Too difficult to blend for beginners.) It uses a bit more ink to create smooth blends than a softer paper. A good choice for colorers who want a denser paper.
Overall Thoughts - I was very surprised by this paper. Not one that I had used or tested before and I didn't think I was going to like it, but I DO! It's a good paper for those used to a soft surface. It would be a good option for beginner Copic users.
My final thoughts for the day... I really think that ALL of these papers are good Copic compatible papers! Each surface is a bit different - so you really need to know your inking style and your own personal preference for paper type.
My top two picks today... X-Press It Blending Card and Make It Color - these are actually my very favorite card stocks to work with when using Copics. Love, Love, Love them! I also want to give a "surprise" shout out to the Hammermill Color Copy paper... it definitely is at the top of my recommendation list.
How would you like to win a sampling of my top picks from the card stock testing?
Just leave a comment on THIS post telling me what YOUR favorite Copic paper is. I will be picking a winner (or maybe two) next week. Commenting for blog candy will be closed on Sunday, October 23rd and the winner will be posted on Monday, October 24.
(Flower image from retired SU set and image stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black)
Thanks for stopping by!
"What paper should I use with my Copics?"
Inquiring minds want to know, paper companies want to know, store owners want to know, Copic users want to know! So I'm here to share my own findings on some of the most common papers on the market.
Now... there are a LOT of papers on the market... and during the next few days I'm going to focus on card stock weight paper. I'll do more posts later about all of the different art paper options out there too! Of course, I haven't tested EVERY paper... and I'm sure you probably have some papers in your crafty stash that I don't mention. That's okay. After you see how I "test" my papers and the things I look for, you can conduct your own compatibility testing.
Let's Begin. Papers Being Tested Today:
Overall Thoughts - Too yellow for my personal taste, but a nice ivory paper option. It is on the soft side, so it does bleed easily. If you are a beginner or if you color heavy, this is not a paper for you.
Overall Thoughts -I LOVE the color of this paper! It is a soft paper, so it blends super easily, but it will feather with lots of layers. If you are used to a soft paper... this is the perfect option for an ivory or off white paper! It is not a good paper for beginners or heavy handed coloring.
Overall Thoughts - A very interesting paper! I actually like the very different look and blending style. I would not use it all the time, but it is nice to have when I want a special look. I would not recommend it for beginners, but experienced Copic users would have fun with this surface. This paper is almost holographic in it's look when you move it from side to side.
Overall Thoughts - I don't care for the color (too greenish) but the shimmer is nice. The splotchy ink detracts from the colored image and therefore it wouldn't be a paper I would recommend unless you wanted this effect.
Overall Thoughts - I LOVE this paper for an off white option if I don't need to use the blender marker. It's just slightly ivory and has a very subtle shimmer. It's easy to blend on and would be great for beginners and experienced users alike. Watch out for featering if you are going to layer a lot of ink.
Arctic Snow Metallic
Overall Thoughts - this is an interesting ppaer. I might use it for special projects. I wouldn't recommend it for the beginner Copic user. It is very difficult to get lots of contrast, so expect subtle blending and colors.
My final thoughts for the day... I was surprised by some of these surfaces. Even though they may not be what I would recommend for daily Copic use, there are some that would be fun to use every once-in-a-while... like the Arctic Snow Metallic and the Snow Willow. My top two picks today... ColorMates Natural and Iced White Metallic - both worked very well and gave promising results. Either would make a nice option for an off white cardstock.
Stop back on Monday for part II of my paper testing and see how 7 more cardstocks stand up to Copic use. (And a chance to win a sample pack of my top picks!)
(Flower image from retired SU set and image stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black)
Thanks for stopping by - have a colorful weekend!
It's finally here!!! The new Copic Carrying Case!
I received my case last week and couldn't wait to try it out. But wait... where did my case go? I looked high and low and finally spotted it in my husbands "toy" area. (Yes, I have my toys and he has his...) When I opened the case I was shocked to see it filled with little miniature game pieces! I immediately evacuated those little monsters and trolls and seized my case back.
Once I had a chance to put my own toys in it (all my pretty markers...) I had to take some pics.
Here's the case all zipped up and ready to go!
Here's the case full of my marker collection. I have all of the markers except the florescent and you can see... there's still room to grow! (Or room to add my multiliners and glitter pens!)
And here it is with some paper on top... I wanted to see if I could carry my art portfolio or some extra images too... and Yes I Can!!!
Here is the set up with one of the inside baskets out... perfect for if you only want to work with a limited number of markers.
And here's a photo of all six baskets... full of colorful goodness!
I also wanted to check and see how many of my class wallet sets I could fit in and carry...
Speaking of class sets... I'm thinking that this case would be a GREAT way for instructors to carry and use their class marker sets. Just place each set of markers into one of the baskets, put them in the case and carry to class. At class... just open it up, take out the class basket sets and place them on the tables... at the end... pack up and voila - you are ready to go...easy peasy!
I absolutely LOVE my Copic Carrying Case... I do a lot of traveling and now I can quickly and easily take my whole collection with me. And my husband? He's getting his own!!!
What about YOU??? What do you think about the new Copic Carrying Case?
Would you like to *win* one?
Copic Marker is proud to partner with Splitcoaststampers the entire month of October for their annual Hope You Can Cling To campaign for breast cancer awareness.
Splitcoast is hosting daily challenges through the entire month of October, and asking members of the paper crafting community to create cards in support of cancer patients and their families and mail them to national partner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. Copic Marker is pleased to offer FOUR of these great new Copic Coloring Cases as prizes for four lucky participants in the Hope You Can Cling To campaign. It's a campaign of the sweetest type - you have the opportunity to color, spread a little hope with your handcrafted cards and be eligible to win!
You can find general information for the Hope You Can Cling To campaign, including information on how to play and a handy tracking sheet to keep track of your entries, here. You can find a master list of the challenges presented thus far right here. It's updated daily for new inspiration, and there are a variety of themes, so participation easy. And, just in case you aren't familiar with Splitcoast, it's a free paper crafting community where thousands of card ideas and tutorials are shared in the galleries and their resource archives. It's a fun place to be. You can find the details here. You can sign up for your free account and start sharing here.
I HOPE you'll find a few opportunities to color and participate with me this month. We'll announce our *FOUR* Copic Coloring Case winners the second week of November! Good luck
This month I was crazy excited to participate in a product hop for something that was completely new to me. The Designer Crafts blog connection group was asked to get creative with Tulip Beads in a Bottle.
Beads in a Bottle is a self rounding paint that dries hard... like a glass bead. It's SOOOO easy and fun. There are tons of color collections to choose from... from metals, to pearls, to gemstones. It's all yummy color goodness.
I tried out one of the gemstone kits with blue, red, green and white paint. I knew right away what I wanted to "bling" up with beads! I've had this apron for over a year... and never used it because it was just a tad too plain. I got a bit carried away as I added beads of color to EVERY visible surface! LOL I was having such a great time... it's sooooo easy! Just hold the bottle upright and squeeze... dab the "bead" down and pull straight up. (I ended up with a few red "commas instead of beads as I pulled off to the side by mistake on some of my first beads.) The paint actually levels to a nice rounded bead.
You can control the size of the bead by squeezing out more or less paint. Ohhhhhh, the possibilities!
I am super intrigued by the white beads... and of course, I'm already thinking of ways I can use them in my mixed media class and color them up with Copics! LOL
Of course, we can't have a hop without a give-a-way... the iLoveToCreate site is offering an AWESOME prize package for one of their blog readers. Check out the iLoveToCreate blog HERE for details and information.
I can't wait to see what the other talented artists did with their Beads In A Bottle... Join me by clicking the FORWARD link below.
I'm sorry I've been AWOL for a bit. I've been organizing a Florida Book Signing Tour, Prepping for the new Copic Mixed Media Event, and teaching some amazing folks in Columbus, OH at my standard and intermediate certification classes.
This morning I'd like to share another new venture that has been keeping me busy... the Splitcoaststampers Product Review Team!
The product we reviewed was totally new to me... Daily Window. The company has all sorts of "window" bags, totes, and accessories that can be decorated in any way imaginable! A very cool concept for crafters, artists, schools, and home businesses.
I reviewed their Eight Days a Week bag and a their Design Cube. I have to say... I was completely impressed with the quality of these products! I have used other types of "craft bags" in the past and was never really happy with the quality or the practicality of them. The Daily Window products BLEW all of those others out of the water. I have not gone a day without using my Eight Days A Week bag and I've got my Design Cubes displayed prominently in my studio.
Head on over to Splitcoast to read my full review and see what the rest of the team has to say about Daily Window products. Visit the gallery for samples of our work and check out the tutorial and video I created to help YOU make your very own shadowbox HERE!
Thanks for stopping in... I'll be back soon!