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Old 12-13-2005, 09:32 AM   #1
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Anyone else out there catch the Carol Duvall show this am? I tuned in late just in time to see someone demo a "foggy" lighthouse card. I cannot find the directions on the HGTV website. Can someone give me a clue? I don't like to say it but I must be "Clueless in California".
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Hi Rosalie...
I just went to the website and began "surfing" around on the items in today's show. The Foggy Cards popped up under Audience Show and Tell. Here is a link that has pictures and instructions...
http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/cr_occasion...447802,00.html
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P.S. I'm thinking this would look good with the "Lovely As a Tree" landscape.
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I had a quick peek at the foggy lighthouse card. The technique she used is like the one they showed in Expression Magazine Sept/Oct 2004 where they made liquid applique boxes which felt like suede. I have attached one that I made. This is a really cool technique for making paper feel like suede.
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Thank you so much for your replies. Yes, It would be a good technique for Lovely as a Tree!
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......... I have attached one that I made. This is a really cool technique for making paper feel like suede.
FANTASTIC box. Thanks for sharing!
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I did the suede technique too.......nothing foggy about mine though

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=31200

My colors weren't right for fog but I can see how it would be great following the Duvall instructions.
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