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Ya know, Holly, it's real hard trying to please everyone, and just downright impossible, too. If people don't want to play--let them. You're doing a great job and I for one appreciate you. Had fun with this one today--big thanks! http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...&ppuser=114056
Oops! I first uploaded this for the CAS71 Challenge...Then it hit me its more geared towards this one....(unless you count when people grab hold of chandeliers at parties and fly around the room...not that I have been to any parties like that but I have seen it in the movies...LOL) so here mine for the OLC today!
Making my card on colored CS instead of white helped me over the most difficult part of making a one-layer card. The OLW gallery is full of great ideas that I'll be coming back to when I need a quick & easy card.
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I want to say, you are doing a fabulous job! I feel technique challenged...lol and honestly quit looking at this post because of that. If I can do it and have the time I am all over it. It is wonderful to me just to have a challenge, thank you so much for your hard work and the work of everyone here at SCS.....I for one know that it is hard work and time consuming; for that I thank you!!!
I can understand how difficult it must be to try to please everyone. I think just by the title people such as myself are expecting techniques that may be new to them instead of challenges . Maybe we can subdivide and have 2 categories here. I hope lots of people will send you ideas and instructions for techniques as I often use these ideas for my stamp clubs. Perhaps you can raid the Splitcoast files of patterns. I know I have posted things there but with all the rearranging over the years many people contact me directly for patterns as they can not locate the link. Thanks for all your hard work.