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March 30, 2011



ohmygoodness that is awesome! totally charming, vintage, handmade loveliness! great tip about recoloring the card stock and the freezer paper tip is brilliant - now i'll probably have to go buy some. thanks!


Wow! Fantabulous card and thanks for the easy version of "faux silk"...you are always such an inspiration ;-)

Happy Stamper

Wonderful card and technique. And thanks for sharing how you did it. I like the tip with the marker on the tissue paper. Very smart!

I learned in a sewing class last night that there are different types of sewing machine needles depending on the type of fabric you are using. If you have the wrong needle or if the needle needs replacing the thread will break or skip stitches. I wonder if that's why it did that for you? I agree, it does add to the look, although you'd have to have amazing eyesight to see it!

Jana D

Ohhhh. This is gorgeous. I love that tissue paper on there. Thanks so much for sharing that little tidbit. I'm posting tomorrow all of my make-up cards for JB. Glad to see I'm not the only one doing that.


I love that word "charming". It is so fitting. I think no crafter should be without freezer paper. It's got so many good uses. Love your card.


Oh my, what a gorgeous card! It is so elegant and I like that you shared the how-to for the look of faux silk, I must try this out!


Aren't you just full of awesome helpful hints ... love the tissue paper effect, and how easy is that ... and also love the marker tip ... and not to mention your gorgeous holiday card. Thanks for joining our jingle belles fun.

lisa, too!

oooh! aaah! pret-ty! love the technique use. great job!


What a beautiful card. I love that bow it's amazing as well as what you did with the tissue paper xoxoxoxo

Sherry Dobreski

This card is lovely! Thanks for sharing your faux silk tutorial with us..so easy and such a great effect! Gotta' love those bic mark-its!! :O)

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