I'm telling you the OSW is addicting! I'm having so much fun with it. It's great for me as a freshman stamper to learn new techniques and break out of the rut. I decided to make them bright and cheeful with my new Terrific Tulips set. I had some serious stamping mojo going on and decided to make a matching purse too! The techniques and methods were cracked glass, chalking, crimping, shadow stamping, vellum overlay, wrinkled paper, decorative scissors, and a Diamond Fold template. Oh and for the purse, it's one my demo (Barbie1) and I winged with no template on hand, but inspired by Tonistamps. Thanks Toni! It holds all 12 cards. Thanks for looking!
Date: Saturday, February 25, 2006 GMT Views: 2603
Thank you all so very much for your comments! It really was fun making these cards. I desperately needed to branch out and experiment. I don't know why, but with the OSW it seems easier to try new things.
I do want to say that the purse was not an OSW, it was made separately. I'm not sure I explained that.
And even though it's showing that I uploaded it on Sunday, I am 15 hours ahead of you all, so it was about 6 pm Central on Saturday when I dowloaded. :)
Thanks again for all of your comments!
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Sun, Feb 26, 2006 @ 4:36 AM
Whoa baby! I love the colors you used! I am also addicted to OSW, it is so fun and with different sets/colors you get totally different results so it never gets boring. I particularly love to do masculine cards with OSW. This is definitely going into my favorites. Thanks so much for sharing with us.
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