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Unread 12-01-2008, 07:15 AM   #41
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It's been ages since I've played any challenges and this one looked like so much fun, I just had to squeeze one in. I used Clorox Green Works right from the bottle.

Here's my card: green christmas.

Now I'm off to shovel more snow!
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I haven't stamped in a week so I am hoping to do some today. Maybe I can get several challenges done. I will definitely try this one but with another cleaner since I don't have Simple Green.

I think I am going to have to put a Cuttlebug on my Christmas list too. I have been trying to resist b/c I have a Cricut but I love the embossing with the CB.
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Unread 12-01-2008, 07:17 AM   #43
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Lynn, here is mine.....took a few times to get it right....question, is there any way you can keep the paper from bending?

Hope you like it and thanks so much for looking!
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Unread 12-01-2008, 07:28 AM   #44
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I really didn't have a problem with my paper bending, but I was using glossy cardstock. After it's all dry you could always run an iron over the back side to flatten it out again. I think the bending thing may depend on what type of paper you use...but that's just a guess.

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Lynn, here is mine.....took a few times to get it right....question, is there any way you can keep the paper from bending?

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Here's mine again.....forgot to add the 197 to it so it would go in this gallery Again, thanks for looking!

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I really didn't have a problem with my paper bending, but I was using glossy cardstock. After it's all dry you could always run an iron over the back side to flatten it out again. I think the bending thing may depend on what type of paper you use...but that's just a guess.
I used glossy card stock, but I tried this three times and it bowed up in the middle every time...so I finally settled for just one color....did I get it too wet?
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Whoo hoo! I got mine done finally!!

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Here is another

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Unread 12-01-2008, 08:03 AM   #49
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OOOKAAAAY, here it is!!! For those who don't have simple green or those who have never heard of simple green I used formula 409 and it seemed to work fine.
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Not sure this is the same effect but hey, where there's a will there's a way. I subbed for Simple Green and here are my GREASED LIGHTNING DAISIES.
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Well that was fun! Thanks for the challenge. It's only the second one I've ever done. Here's my contribution...no snow in sight on this one, just like outside my window.

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Well this was a challenge for me! Not today's technique... that really was easy and fun Lynn... but making a shaker card turned out to be a lot trickier for me! Here's my card:

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Thank you for this fun challenge!!!!

here is my card for today!
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Wahoo, my Shaklee cleaner worked! Here's my

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how fun - I'll have to check my cleaning supplies when I get home from work!!
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I have a cleaner called Green Works. I don't know if it is the same sort of cleaner as Simple Green - does anyone else?
I have Green Works, tried it, it did nothing. I also tried Formula 409. DId nothing. Not sure if it's the ink or the solution. I'm going to keep trying... I have a closet full of cleaning things (which does NOT mean I am a lunatic about cleaning LOL.... quite the contrary!)

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Spray 'n Wash works with ColorBox classic inks (pigment). Off to dry it and make my card!

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cool technique! I did not have simple green so I used window cleaner and it worked well! Here is mine:

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This was a fun challenge. Thanks and now I have a card to demo at my class next week!

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Hi, again! Well...I decided to use the leftover paper from my first card!

I even used YLM's birdie! (Thank you Vicky Gould for showing me how to do this!)

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I had to do another...it was a battle for superiority with the sewing machine and I am now covered in shades of blue and dazzling diamonds....BUT I THINK I WON!!!

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Oh, how totally fun! I'm definitely trying this one. The glossy is drying at this moment!
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Thanks for the challenge today!
Here's my speckled background card:http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...47640?cat=8422
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I tried the technique with Lysol Spray Cleaner and it works (except I got it way too wet). I'd recommend a really light touch on the old sprayer -- you can always do a second spray.
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Here is mine. I ended up using hydrogen peroxide, I think it worked out well.

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what a fun technique to try today. Thanks for a great challenge.

Here is my CARD

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thanks for the wonderful challenge.
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I couldn't find an appropriate cleaner (guess what MY house looks like!), so I tried out some alcohol inks on acetate I had been wanting to experiment with. The result's the same! here is my entry: Speckled Tree
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Well Lynn, I use Simple Green diluted to clean my rubber but who would of thought I'd be spraying my cardstock with it!

Thanks for the cool challenge!

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here's mine...thanks for looking...

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I really like this technique, but I am going to have to try Simple Green next time. I used Green Clean instead. They both have Green in their names, so they should work the same . . . lol.

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dose any know if (Clorox cleanner This is white bottle with green label)

Or MR clean will with the teachquie?

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This looks interesting. No simple green though. Wonder if the stamp cleaners like ultra clean would work.
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got new Gina K stamps in the mail today and had to cut them up ASAP!

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PS....I used Shaklee Basic H...I would think any kind of basic spray cleaner would work...the enviro friendly ones just don't smell or hurt your eyes and skin!
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I don't know, but it's worth a try. So many different household cleaners are doing a fabulous job of creating all kinds of different looks.

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Well, I totally improvised since I had no Simple Green (Mom would kill me if she knew) and no brayer---and you can't really see the technique in my pic--boo hiss! But I did try, so here is my Snowfamily card, tfl.
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Great technique...I substituted Windex...hope thats ok.

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