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  1. ozarkstamper
    07-03-2011 09:43 PM - permalink
    I just discovered your request.
    The card you asked about was stamped with a retired SU Toile set in a shade of green, maybe Artichoke? on a cream-colored, speckled cardstock. The butterfly is from another retired SU set. The flowers and butterflies were colored with chalks (pastels), blended with a blender pen. The flower was made by layering three sizes of the same design, cut from a sizzlet-size SU diecut, attached with a brad. The pearls were a small snippet of one of those larger swirl-designed pearl embellishments made for a scrapbook page, company unbeknown to me at this current writing. The window-pane effect was created by cutting the stamped image into sections, smooshing the edges with an inked sponge for an antiqued look, and adhering the sections onto the background card base. The small piece of lace folded and adhered behind the flower is also from SU. I hope this answers your questions. Send me a PM if you have additional questions about the card. Thank you.
  2. Buckeye Stamper
    09-03-2010 06:57 AM - permalink
    Buckeye Stamper
    please send me details. I am interested.

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