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  1. TinaMarie2
    03-06-2012 06:26 PM - permalink
    Tonda - thanks for the lovely comments on my card! I am pretty new at posting photos and love the positive encouragement. I took a minute to look through your gallery. Beautiful work!!! I found a lot of inspiration there!
  2. papercre8r
    10-11-2011 05:21 PM - permalink
    hi Tonda :) I hopped over at subscribed to your blog :)
  3. Tonda Baldwin
    09-15-2011 05:19 PM - permalink
    Tonda Baldwin
    proud fan club member
  4. tessaduck
    08-07-2011 07:18 AM - permalink
    Tonda- Thanks for the comment you made on my pine cone card. I used MFT rolled roses, used hot glue and pulled the centers out and down after letting the rose uncoil a bit. I also sprayed a little brown smooch spritz over them after I'd glued them to the foliage. Does that help?
  5. Trimgym
    04-15-2010 04:11 AM - permalink
    Hi Tonda, thank you for the lovely comment you left on my Sympathy card I uploaded terday using Toucan Scraps Victorian Parlour range papers. Much appreciated.

  6. Monique Hansen
    03-07-2010 10:31 AM - permalink
    Monique Hansen
    Thank you so much for the nice comment you left on my wheel barrow project today :)
  7. mother's daughter
    02-27-2010 03:46 AM - permalink
    mother's daughter
    The flowers are relatively easy to do, but the hands do tend to feel it afterwards, especially if you make several. I just poke the hole, put the brad through and start with the inside/top paper and scrunch around the brad or button. Do this with each layer and even after that I scrunch the whole thing in my hand. Very carefully, start unwrapping each layer. You may have to fluff and manipulate to get the shape you would like. Remember, the lighter the weight paper, the more careful you need to be to not rip the paper. On the lighter papers, like mulberry, I can put 8 payers through my Cb without any problem. My Cb is well used.
    Give it a try and have fun!

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