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  1. Sheree Taylor
    08-25-2011 08:01 PM - permalink
    Sheree Taylor
    Hi!
    Thanks for the lovely comment! Do not be intimidated by Stampscapes! I do a lot of playing on plain computer paper first. If you have lines on your blocks, line up the tree lines with those and they will fit perfectly. I am fairly new to Stampscapes and if you blog, check out the easy scenes I have done at www.vancouverislandcraftjunkie.blogspot.com When you are out and about, or reading.. look at the trees, fields, mountains and the sky. Nature will show you what colours to use and you will have some great natural examples to follow! Also, check out the different artists at stampscapes.com I have a new site I am checking out tonight and it is called stamptv.com I hear she has some fabulous tutorials on there too!
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    retired, yipee
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