Main Stamp: Betty (SBS)
Patterned Paper: Toil & Trouble (The Girls' Paperie), Blackbird (MME) and unknown
Metal Die: Whiff of Joy Whimsical Tag
-skin/eyes: E00, E11, R20, G24, G28
-hair: W2, W4, W6, W8
-clothes: R22, R24, R29, W2, W4, W6, W8, YR12, YR16, YR18, E42, YR21, YR23
Did you know? In weaving, weft or woof is the yarn which is drawn through the warp yarns to create cloth; sometimes referred to as the "fill". The words woof and weft derive ultimately from the Old English word wefan, to weave. The expression "warp and woof" is sometimes used metaphorically as one might similarly use "fabric"; e.g., "the warp and woof of a student's life" means "the fabric of a student's life." The expression is used as a metaphor for the underlying structure on which something is built.