Tuesday, February 19, 2008

{ 08.08 }

Hello,

We are well into February and this is only my 8th card design of the year! That's ok, I have done a lot of sewing, so it's not like I haven't created anything. mrgreen

For this card I re-visited an old technique; one that I had published in the May - June 2003 Canadian Stamper Magazine. I wouldn't mind putting together a tutorial for this "Glow Vellum" technique, if there is any interest. So, please leave a comment here if you want a tutorial! cool

Have a great day and enjoy the sunshine!

-Cindy

PS. I know my blog looks the pits right now. I am trying to think of a new springy design for it.

15 comments:

  1. I love your card its not only my favorite color but beautiful. I would love for you to show how to do this.

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  2. The card is beautiful! I would love a tutorial!

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  3. Hi, this card is beautifull. I would love to see a tutorial.
    Thank you in advance.
    Alex

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  4. I have loved this stamp for years and jsut recently purchased it. I'd love to know how you did this card. Lynnette

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  5. Hi Cindy
    Please share the LOVE! I would LOVE to know how!
    Thanks
    Paula Luvs 2 Stamp

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  6. YES-PLEASE -we'd love to know how! Thanks for having such a fun blog! HUgs Kay

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  7. Lovely card! I would love to know how you did it. :o) TFS!

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  8. me too, me too...this card is just beautiful. Looking forward to a tutorial ;)

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  9. I would like to know how!

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  10. Cindy, this card is awesome.
    So beautiful and I, for one, would love to see a tutorial on this method.

    Blessings on your day,

    Joyce Burcham
    Burchboo@maconcountyhealth.org

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  11. Hi there! I absolutely love your card. Just gorgeous. The image is beautiful and The butterfly adds the perfect touch as does the piercing. I would love to be able to do this technique...Yes! to the Tutorial question! :)

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  12. Oh Cindy that gorgeous! I would love to learn how to do that technique!!!

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  13. I'm so glad you posted this! It turned out really beautifully. And...you got your "one" card finished!

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