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Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni Creative Crew SU Design Team Alumni
Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Northern VA
Here is my addition to the kissed blossom collection...lol. I am working on a kissing class for Feb (all non-SCSers, thank goodness!). Any thoughts are welcome. Sorry if I cased anyone's work. I was trying to be original.
Stampin' Up 2013 Artisan Design Team Member, Design Team: Freshly Made Sketches
Dirty Dozen Design Team Alumni
Here is my GLASSINE PAPER card. I really like the end results of this messy technique. I think I wil try doing this with Alum foil next time and see if it peels from the surface better than with the plastic baggie.
Just another beautiful day at the beach.
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Creative Crew SU Design Team Alumni
Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Coos Bay, Oregon
My TLC100E........my 1st challenge.....TLC11.....Shabby Chic. Still one of my fav. techniques. I combined with SC107 and WT96 (watercolor paper). This is a special card for my very special guy.....Congratulations Beth for the BIG 100......wow, you are the greatest. Nancy
here is my second challenge of the day this one is for a technique that is called Block head. i had never heard of it so it was fun to learn something new. well here it is thanks for looking im off to do another one of these challenges
Okay, THIS is why I love SCS! Never in a million years would I have thought to try colorblocking -- didn't even know what it was until I saw the challenge this a.m. I used some stamps I didn't think I liked, and now I've made what just might be my favorite card creation so far! It's a Valentine for my oldest son, and I'm so excited because I think he's really going to like it. So here's my stab at TLC100B: