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Nicole Derendorf

this is amazing! I love this technique, never seen it before and so simple! Thanks for sharing!

carolyn s

Another truly gorgeous card, Carole'Anne. this is an awesome technique, too. I would love to try this one.
Thanks for sharing

Janet Swofford

This is such a stunning card. I learned this technique a long time ago but I forgot about it. Thanks for reminding me of a great idea!I love the pink accents you used on your card. You know how I love pink! Thanks for sharing.
Inky hugs,

sandi maciver

wow, LOVE IT, the embossing really sets it off, you are so creative, you are my CANADIAN IDOL!


Oh I love it. I have done this technique before but did not emboss afterwards I love how you did that it really made it pop even more.
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Natasha Zandbergen

I'm so glad you commented on my blog today because it led me here to yours! It's fabulous!!! I will need a couple of hours to go through everything I'm sure - you create fresh and unique projects and I can't wait to see more! Your friend a little to the south, Natasha


Beautiful card. I love your blog. I am sure I will learn alot. Thank you for explaing with words and photos.
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Liane Peden

Looks great Boss Lady! I am going to do a chalk thinger when I get home tomorrow, well at least that is the plan! we'll see!

Diane Harman

Very,very pretty.
Just wanted to tell you that when I learned that technique, we used cotton balls. (I know, not an SU product)but we just tossed the cotton balls, and didn't have to clean the dabbers.(hate cleaning-rather be stampin')

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