Thursday, January 30, 2014

Police Station Loft Bed

Good Morning!

Today I'm sharing the Police Station portion of Lil A's Big Boy Bedroom.  This past summer we purchased a loft bed from Ikea - it wasn't the original plan, I wanted a trundle bed but Lil A fell in lurve with the loft bed so we changed directions and I'm so glad we did because he's loved it since we assembled it!  And now we all love it since changing it from a play area to an official government building!

Part of Adam's Wish List for his Big Boy Room was an actual Police Station.  I remember when the Home Makeover show came out and they would take a child's passion - say for Dinosaurs - and they'd do an over-the-top Jurassic Park Room that I figured the kid would outgrow within a few years.  I didn't want to run that route, so I was very concise of what we were putting in Lil A's room, if it would be easy to change and grow with him and I think his loft bed Police Station is a great example of this!

It started with me making a curtain to turn the Loft Bed into a fort style Police Station.  I used Kona Cotton fabric in gray and... I cut it wrong.  Oops.  So I added two panels of Navy Blue Chevron on either side of the gray and I actually like it more!  We used a tension rod to hang the curtain from so that Lil A could open and close it to hide his mess use his imagination with creative play.

I made the very official Police Sign with white duck cloth, my Silhouette Software, Silhouette Flocked Heat Transfer in Navy and Yellow and my sewing machines.

Since I knew the curtain would be handled A LOT, I serged the edges of my white duck cloth rectangle before I  ironed on my wording, then I glued on the sign with FabricTac and then used my sewing machine to edge stitch around the whole sign.  This sucker isn't going anywhere!!!

I then called my Dad (who happens to be a Retired PO) and asked him to give me a list of all the different departments/units in a Police Station.  Let me just put it this way, he was very thorough... and if I'd included all the different areas, I would've needed to add on to our house!  So, I went through his list, looked around our house and figured out what I could include in the Police Station and here's what I ended up with!

I wanted a place for Lil A to hang up his Uniform (we have a ton of Police dress up costumes) so I placed a few small, plastic Command Hooks on one of the bed walls, cut out "Locker Room" using Silhouette Vinyl and my Cameo, to designate the area.  Lil A also has a ton of small police gear, i.e. badges, whistles, etc., so I grabbed a small Tupperware container and attached it to the wall with 2 of the same hooks above a small ledge (this helps it stay in place).  No more Badges all over the house with the constant question being asked, "Mom!  I can't find my (fill in the agency) badge!)

No respectable Police Station would be complete without a Communications Unit (its kind of a big deal) so, again, I used my Silhouette Cameo and some Silhouette Vinyl to cut out a computer screen and the "Communication" sign.  We then added a keyboard (kids love the clicking of a keyboard) that was pulled from the trash along with an old office phone and some hand radios.  Lil A is ready to co.mmun.i.cate!!  Oh, the "desk" is actually a stool that Big A and his Dad built when he was little...

Now, there's a lot of areas I really wanted to include but just ran out of space, like an Evidence Locker, Break Room (was thinking felt donuts and fake coffee), Holding Cells, etc., but 2 areas I thought would be fun for Lil A (and his officers) would be a Forensics Unit where they could do fingerprints and comb through clues along with a Prisoner Intake Area where they'd photograph the bad guys and fill out intake forms to document all the illegal activities of the bad guys (I have a feeling it's not going to be an innocent until proven guilty station).  And I didn't forget the Arms Storage area (so happy to have a designated area for all the little Nerf bullets!)...

I used my Silhouette Cameo and Vinyl to label my units along with making a Fingerprint sign from cardstock. I cut the fingerprint image and "Fingerprint Station" wording from the white cardstock and then backed it with black cardstock to show the negative.  I also printed out some fingerprint cards courtesy of the US Government and will be adding a WASHABLE black ink pad as soon as possible.  As for the Prisoner Intake area, there's a camera just waiting to take numerous mugshots (its an old, old one but Lil A thinks its awesome) and I'm going to add some mugshot/prisoner forms so no bad guys slip through the system.

His first mugshot photo... of me!  I was framed, I tell ya!

 Don't bother him, he's very busy and important!

And serious.  This is what a very serious cop face looks like - well, a Trying-Not-To-Laugh-Serious-Cop-Face at least.

So that's it!  Lil A's Loft Bed Police Station!  There's also a small shelf with bins of Police Cars, Emergency Vehicles and Playmobile Figures/Vehicles at the other end of the Police Station so Lil A can be either a Big Shot Police Man or a fun, sweet, almost 6 year old playing with his toys!

Thanks for visiting today!  We love creative play around here and enjoyed sharing it with you!
Have a good one!

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Big Boy Police Room!


Today is (part) of the Big. Boy. Room Reveal.  Yep, Lil' A is almost 6!  SIX!  VI!!  Seis!  Want me to keep going?  Six (that's French for six...).

And, as an almost 6 year old, he is so mature now, that he NEEDED a room as BIG as he is!  So, instead of a baby room, he now has a big boy room!  He's practically in college... no wait, I think he may be looking to start a career - as a Policeman/FBI/Game Warden/Sheriff, hence, the Law Enforcement themed room.

Lil' A's baby room was woodland themed.  It was brown and tan with a little brick red, olive green and BROWN thrown in for good measure.  It was the same color/bedding/theme from his nursery that has gradually grown with him except we took out the crib, threw in a toddler bed and then his loft bed, which should (cross fingers) last until he's a teen?  But enough talking about his new room, let me show you the bazillion pictures of it!

When I asked Lil' A what he wanted for a Big Boy room, he said he wanted a Police Station.  With a jail.  Hmmm.  And he picked out navy blue, black, white and gray for his colors.  I could work with those and off we went!  I started off with a striped navy and white wall, I was thinking of the cop phrase, thin blue line, when I decided on the stripes and I love the way it turned out.  And while I couldn't figure a way to do a jail, I decided to use a silver Sharpie and draw thin vertical lines to look like jail bars.  He was cool with this.

I've been loving the Marquee Light trend and I'm super fortunate to be around a ton of talented, skilled people that I can totally take advantage of; so I asked a friend if he knew how to make a marquee sign and  a few weeks later, I picked up this awesomeness that adds so much official fun to Lil' A's room!

I've also been feeling the industrial look and figured a Police Station is probably pretty industrial looking with the steel desks, handcuffs, file cabinets, jail cells, so I decided to go with an open shelving system around Lil' A's desk (I still need to make something for above the desk - hopefully tomorrow?).  I initially wanted pipes for the hardware/brackets but after pricing it all out, we went with a metal shelving system from Home Depot.  We purchased the wood for the shelves, had the helpful worker from Home Depot cut them down and then we stained them a dark brown (trying to match his desk).  Best part of the staining process - it has a protecting sealant coat included in the stain!  That cut down on the time frame dramatically for only a few dollars more!

My favorite thing about Lil A's room is all the personal touches.  My Dad is a Retired Ontario Police Officer, my Grandpa Lloyd was an Ontario Police Mounted Police Officer, my Father-in-Law was a Retired San Bernardino County Marshall/Sheriff and my Brother-in-Law is a SBC Sheriff...  so I basically ransacked numerous family members homes and jacked all of the law enforcement memorabilia I could find to put on Lil' A's shelves!  We even have a photo of all the Grandpas in uniform on each of the shelves along with different tactical equipment, coffee mugs and even my Dad's old badge.

And although it's definitely a Police themed room, we couldn't leave out all of Adams Angels Baseball collection, so we did a display of his signed baseballs, signed batters gloves, signed Braves hat and the ticket from his first game (he was around 4 months old)... Yep, I keep saying "signed" because I can't read all the autographs but it's my goal to figure it all out and slide the correct names in the label holders!

And since he requested a Police Station, I did my best to give him a Police Station Loft Bed - I'll share more about the Police Station tomorrow.

Above Lil' A's loft bed, we hung a basket to hold books since we normally read each night at bed time - the basket helps keep the book clutter down (like books in stacks on the chest... or stacks that had fallen behind the chest and under the chair...).  The Police Parking sign was my Dad's... I'm sure it's a copy, because I know he'd never take city property... EVER. The two framed photographs of vintage police cars are from Saint & Sailor on Etsy - which I highly recommend!

This painting is another favorite of mine, which we hung over Adam's rocking chair.  The painting is of my Father-in-Laws locker at the Sheriff's Station.  I love all of the details, our last name at the top of the locker, his shoe cleaner tool box with the names of his family scratched into the wood... it's an amazing, completely personal and custom piece that will be a treasure as Lil' A grows.

And last, I used a leather belt connector as the tie-backs for Lil' A's curtains (which are lined and only $10 at Target!), which were my Father-in-Laws.

Phew!  So many photos - thanks for baring with me!  I am just so excited about Lil' A's room - it is so personal to me, has so many pieces of our family that I feel like he's always being looked out for while he dreams, plays, grows...

Let me know what you think - if you have any questions about any of the DIY - like painting crisp, clean lines on a textured wall or the cost of the shelving unit, I'm happy to give you an answer if I know it or can find it!

Have a great day!

Monday, January 27, 2014

You're Such A Deer Card


I hope you all had a wonderful weekend!

We were busy trying to finish up Lil' A's Big Boy Room (he's almost 6 - gasp)!  We've been working on it for the past few weeks... it sure is taking longer than I originally anticipated but it's totally worth it - its better than I'd pictured it in my head!  And, of course, Lil' A is pretty proud of it!  I'm hoping to get it all done in the next day or two so I can share it and a few tutorials at the end of the week... cross your fingers!

Anyways - today I wanted to share a card that I made for the Lifestyle Crafts/WeR CHA booth using their new dies, new letterpress plates and a few other fun products!

This card is 4.25"x5.5", basically a letter sized paper cut in half.  I LOVE layering with cards, so I started off by making 2 mats in the same white paper, but decreasing their size by about 1/8" each, I then used the WeR Sweet Heart Tool - the Heart Attack Destresser to give my edges a nice, worn look.

To give my plain, white cardstock a little extra pizazz, I used my letterpress to dry emboss.  I used the Dots and Stripes* printing plate, which is NEW and super cool because they're actually double plates - which means you can turn the plate over and print again in a different color and you'll have double the pattern!  Look for a tutorial on that soon!  I love the extra effect with minimal effort this technique gives!

Next, I started layering my card - super easy.  I used the WeR Country Livin paper in Flower Field for the mustard yellow rectangle that I glued down to the bottom of my card.  I then added a piece of the ChevronWashi Tape in Emerald at the bottom of my mustard yellow rectangle and a die cut flag of the Shape N' Tape over both the Chevron Washi Tape and the yellow rectangle.

Next, I grabbed my Letterpress, my Dots Printing Plate* and the Hot Pink Ink and ran my plain, white cardstock through - BAM!  Hot Pink Dots!  LOVE it!  I then used my Nesting Tag Die and cut a tag shape from my embossed, pink dot cardstock.  I inked the edges of my tag with the Sweet Heart Inker in Brown.

I used my Deer Silhouette* Die Cut and the WeR Happy Campers paper in Flannel Shirt for my Deer- I love the teal wood grain pattern - and popped it up with dimensional tape on the tag.  I die cut a banner from the Flags Dies* and then printed my saying on it, popping it up over my deer silhouette with dimensional tape.

Glue a bow made from the WeR Floss on a button and adhere them to the top of your tag.  I also used some more Shape N' Tape that I die cut with both my Nesting Tags and Flags Dies at the top, left corner of the card with a little piece of floss... It doesn't take a lot of time, but it sure does add a lot!

And that's it!  I really enjoy using the Shape N' Tape with my dies - it made it so quick and easy to put this card together.  The Letterpress is another great tool to add a lot of dimension - I've started keeping mine out so I can just grab a plate, the ink and print away.  Of course, I love the deer, but I'm pretty sure I've made that obvious!

* This product is NEW and not available on the WeR site now but will be in the Spring.

If you decide to purchase any of the supplies used, please click on the link and when you check out, use promo code kutzpaper to receive 20% off your order!

I hope you have a great day!

Some products used were provided to me by WeR and Lifestyle Crafts as a member of the Studio Design Team but all opinions and creations are 100% mine.

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Baja-Style Fish Tacos - Super Yummy and Healthy!


I've been wanting to share this delicious, easy and healthy recipe since I first made it - which was back in October(?) and today is finally the day!  Get your taste buds ready, it's about to go south around here... south of the boarder!!!  Too much?  Anyways - I started Weight Watchers in October - I've been dealing with weight issues my whole life and after having Adam, the issues became volume's!  Like the old, Encyclopedia Britannica Volume...  So I joined Weight Watchers and have been trying to eat better, which is normally okay, I haven't found a recipe that I absolutely don't like, but I have found some that I like more than others... like the Baja Fish Tacos!
Baja Style Fish Tacos

Here's what you'll need:
Cooking Spray (I use Olive Oil from an squirt can but you can use whatever you have)
1/2 C Yellow Masa (Corn Flour)
1 tsp Table Salt
1/4 tsp Black Pepper
1/8 tsp Cayenne Pepper
1/4 tsp Garlic Powder
1/2 tsp Paprika
1 lb uncooked Snapper Fillets, red-variety, cut into 2" pieces (I used Tilapia)
8 Medium Corn Tortillas
1 Head Romaine Lettuce. sliced into 1/4" Strips
5 Medium Fresh Radishes, thinly sliced.
2 Medium Uncooked Scallions, thinly sliced
10 Medium fresh Cherry Tomatoes, quartered.
1/4 C Shredded Red Cabbage
3/4 C Low Fat Plain Yogurt
2 Tbsp Fresh Lime Juice
1 tsp Canned Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce, finely chopped (Use less if you don't like heat)
2 Tbsp Fresh Cilantro, chopped

Let's get coking!

1.  Preheat broiler to high.  Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil (or non-stick aluminum foil) and coat with cooking spray.

2.  Place corn flour, salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper, garlic powder and paprika in a large bowl; mix to combine.  Add snapper to corn flour mixture and toss to coat.

3.  Place seasoned fish on prepared baking sheet and lightly coat tops of fish with cooking spray.  Broil until crispy, about 3-4 minutes per side.

4.  Meanwhile, wrap tortillas in aluminum foil and place in over to warm.  Place on rack furthest from heat source.

5.  To make salad, combine lettuce, radishes, scallions, tomato's and cabbage in a medium bowl.  Set aside.

6.  To make sauce (this is the so good - I want to eat this sauce on everything!), combine yogurt, lime juice and chipotle peppers in a blender.  Blend until smooth.

7.  To assemble, place a tortilla on a place; top with 2-3 pieces of fish, 1/2 C of salad and 2 Tbsp of sauce.  Fold and repeat with remaining ingredients.  Yields 2 filled tortillas per serving.

These Tacos are 9 points for 2 and are worth it!  I LOVE the sauce, I've put it on salad (it reminds me of the cilantro dressing from Cafe Rio or El Pollo Loco), chicken, whatever to give it a little umph.  I wanted to try greek yogurt instead of regular yogurt but just haven't yet, but it's an idea.

I hope you enjoy these!  Let me know if you do!

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Personalized Gift Box - Handwritten Recipe Dish Towel and Menu Chalkboard

Good Morning!

Today I'm sharing a great, personalized gift idea that will hold tons of meaning for your recipient as well as being functional!

Last summer I shared that my Grandma Grace was going through some health issues.  Our completely healthy, age unknown (she might disown me if I put her age out there), boisterous, sweet, smart, independent, sassy Mom/Grandma/Great Grandma ended up staying in the hospital for a week after having some issues with her ticker.  I have a very close family and I knew that this scare affected all of us, so when it was time to put together a gift for our Christmas Family Gift Exchange, I knew I wanted to include something personal about my Grandma.

The idea actually bloomed from Big A, when I told him I was going to make an "I Love You Because" chalkboard sign and then include something else family-ish for the gift exchange when he suggested I make a "Menu" sign since my whole family enjoys cooking.  I thought this was a great idea (while berating myself for not thinking it up myself) and got to work...

Here's what you'll need to create your own Menu Chalkboard (Click on the links to purchase the supplies):
- 1/4" Finished Board (I cut mine to be 12" x 12" but you can have Lowes or Home Depot cut your board any size you want)
- Rustoleum Chalkboard Paint (there's other brands, I like this one the best for the quality and price)
- Vinyl (I used Silhouette Premium Vinyl in Gold)
- Die Cutting Machine**
- Transfer Paper (If using the Silhouette Cameo)
- Ruler (If using letters cut from Hand Crank Die Cutting Machine)

**I used my Silhouette Cameo, you could also use the Evolution by Lifestyle Crafts or any brand that cuts from metal dies.  Lifestyle Crafts does carry a similar flag/banner and an assortment of Alphabets so that you can recreate this sign using their metal dies.

1.  Cut your wooden board to your desired size (Home Depot and Lowes will do this for free!)
2.  Paint your board with your Chalkboard Paint.  I typically do 3-4 coats for a nice finish.  I also paint the edges for a cleaner look.
3.  If using an electric die cutting machine (like the Silhouette Cameo), format your sign with your software. Silhouette has this great "Menu" file along with the Days of the Week Flags file that you can purchase from their online store and use on your sign.  So easy!  Jump to Step 5.
4.  If your using a hand crank die cutting machine, grab your dies, vinyl and start cutting using your fonts and flag shapes.  If you have the magnetic platform, this will help hold our dies exactly where you want them on your flags for precise cutting!  Once you have all of the vinyl pieces you need, please peel the backing off the vinyl and adhere to your board, smoothing down all the edges and any bubbles that might surface.  Jump to Step 6
5.  Weed the vinyl that you don't want on your sign.  Using your transfer paper, place your vinyl onto the chalkboard following the directions on the packaging.
6.  Season your chalkboard by rubbing chalk all over your sign - this works best if you use the side of the chalk, not the tip.  Using a damp cloth, erase all of the chalk and your board is now ready to go.  This SHOULD help keep the board looking fresh and clean after being used.  You can use a chalkboard marker on your signs, I've had mixed results with how well they erase so do a text mark on one corner before writing all over your board!

Now for my favorite, the Recipe Dish Towel!

Here's what you'll need:
-Handwritten Recipe (I took a piece of 8.5x11" printer paper to my Grandma and had her write the recipe on the paper instead of photo copying a recipe card - I didn't want to see lines or designs from the recipe card on my towel)
-Printable Transfer Paper (I used the Silhouette Printable heat Transfer Material for Light Fabrics)

- Copy Machine or Copying/Printing Center
- WASHED Dish Towel (I purchased a 3 pack from Joann's for roughly $4 after coupon)
- Iron
- Pressing Cloth

1. Wash/dry your tea towel.
2. Grab your recipe.  Make a MIRRORED copy of it.  If you don't have a copier that will do this for you, take it to Kinko's, UPS, Staples - wherever has a copying service - they'll do this for you for under $.50.
3.  Grab your Heat Transfer Material and place it into your paper tray on your copier/printer.  If you're unsure what side your printer will print on, do a test sheet by making a mark on one side of your printer paper, copying something onto it and seeing which side it prints on.
4.  Print a copy of your mirrored recipe onto the printable heat transfer material.
5.  Grab your washed/dried tea towel, iron/ironing board, printable heat transfer material with recipe already printed on it and pressing cloth.
6.  Lay your recipe face down on your tea towel in the area that you want it.  Follow the instruction on your packaging to iron on your recipe.
7.  Once your recipe is ironed on, let cool before removing backing.
8.  Remove your backing and admire the awesomeness of your new tea towel.
9.  DO NOT IRON DIRECTLY OVER YOUR RECIPE - you can iron on the backside to remove any wrinkles or use a pressing cloth.  This may or may not come from experience... Also, the mirrored image part may or may not come from experience...

I LOVE this!  I love that I not only have my Grandma's Lemon Meringue Pie recipe, but I have it in her handwriting that will be displayed in my kitchen and every time I dry a dish with this towel, I'll think of her.

Now package it all up in a cute gift box; the Menu Chalkboard is on the very bottom, followed by The Pioneer Woman's Cookbook (fabu-deliciousness!), fun Penguin S&P Shakers, Cheese Labels and the Tea Towel... and you have a very custom, super personalized gift for someone you care about!  I think my cousin, Andrew and Sascha grabbed this one up since Lemon Meringue Pie is his favorite recipe that my Grandma Grace makes...

Phew!  2 Tutorials in today's post makes for a LONG post!  Sorry about that - I was just so excited over the Recipe Tea Towel idea that I had to share it along with the Menu Chalkboard!  Remember, if you want to purchase any of the Lifestyle products listed, use the Kutz Code below for a discount!  Who doesn't LOVE a discount!?

I hope you have a great day!

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Shrinky-Dink and Wood Paper Deer Silhouette Keychain

Hello! Happy New Year!  Well, Happy New-ish Year!

As always, it's been a busy few weeks since my last post... And instead of getting into all that's happened, lets just jump into a crafty beginning of 2014!!

As many of you crafters/DIY-ers know, CHA (Craft and Hobby Association) comes around twice a year, once in January and once in August... and, fortunately for me, the winter CHA is typically in So Cal, so I usually get it go!  Yay!  This year was no exception, I made some fun projects for the WeR/Lifestyle Crafts booth AND got to meet up with some members of the Studio Design Team, which kinda made me feel like a Big Deal because these ladies are all Big Deals!  Anyway, I got to play with the Letterpress, which had been tucked away for a ridiculous amount of time (I have no idea why, that sucker is A.MA.ZING), new die cuts, the Lifestyle Shape N' Tape and some fun and different media for die cutting... which I'm sharing today!!

If you know me, you know that I have a strange affinity for animals... which is odd since I'm deathly allergic to them!  I love the shape of them on a cookie jar, salt and pepper shakes (uh, hello, Target!), mug, on my sweater... you name it, I love me a good animal designed product!  So, when I saw the Deer Silhouette that's new to Lifestyle Crafts, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it!

Here's what you'll need to make one for yourself:
- Shrink Film **
- Barc Wood Paper
- Pattern Stamp
- StazOn Ink Pad (I used black)
- Sharpie (I used metallic bronze)
- Crop-a-dile
- Key chain fob, jump rings, leather tassel, pliers (I found all of these at Joann's in the Jewelry Department

** I used Shrink Film by Grafix with varying results.  My Deer Silhouette did well but my frame, rose and other die cuts didn't far as well... You might have better luck with ShrinkyDink Brand.

Okay - here's what you'll need to do!
Run your Barc Wood Paper through your Evolution using the Deer Silhouette Die.  You'll want 2 of these deer's because the Barc Wood Paper has a white, paper backing one the back side, which you'll want to cover up so that your Deer Silhouette Charm has wood on both sides.

Next, die cut another deer silhouette with your Shrink Film.  I had to use 2 pieces of paper as a shim and run it through twice, making sure that my die didn't shift in the process.  Once cut, go ahead and stamp your pattern on with StazOn ink (I used black but you can use whatever you'd like!).  Let it sit for a few minutes until it's dry.  Once you're sure it's dry, use your Sharpie to color the shape.  Dont' worry about your stamped image, you'll still be able to see it on the other side.  Once colored, punch a hole into your Deer using the Crop-a-Dile.  It's important to do this step before you place your shrinky dink in the oven!

Follow the baking instructions for your Shrink product.  My instructions told me to place my die cut piece on a lined cookie sheet in a preheated oven (300-350 Degrees) for 2-3 minutes until flat or shrinking has stopped.  I used a small, toaster oven and my design was shrinking within 10 seconds.  I watched it closely, I didn't want it to get too warped, which the instructions warned me about.  The deer did get a little distorted - nothing too bad... not like my rose that had so many curled edges it looked more like a bowl than a flower or my silhouette of Adam, which ended up looking like a ball of gunk.

Here's the backside of my deer - you can use an acrylic sealer after baking if your design gets handled often.  I didn't worry too much about it.

Now just put a jump ring through the holes in your deers and attach them to your key chain.  Viola!  I wanted my designs to hang from my key chain so I linked a few jump rings together before I laced them through my key chain, but you do it the way you liked it.  I also attached my leather tassel to the key ring, which added a nice, different element with the leather and silver hardware.

So that's that!  A fun, personalized key chain made exactly the way you want it!

You could do this with a variety of shapes and different types of media... tin?  Felt?  Leather?  Acrylic?  What about a silhouette of your child (human or animal!)?  You could die cut a fun shape from one of the many Lifestyle Crafts Nesting dies and then trace a photo of your child's profile with sharpie's - bake, watch it shrink and use it as a charm for a key chain, necklace, bracelet, backpack...

I'm feeling inspired again, better run back out to Joann's to grab ANOTHER pack of Shrink Film!  And are you loving that Barc Wood Paper?!  I know, me too!  If you're local, check out Collective Journey in Redlands, I saw some there the last time I visited those awesome ladies!  If the Deer Silhouette has become very dear to you, use the promo code: KUTZPAPER  for a discount at the ShopWeR store and get your very own!

Have a great day,