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Thank you Katrina
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Thanks Carol! Yes, it made CentreStage even better!
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Thanks Joanne! I am always on the lookout for things to fill the test tubes with that are healthy(ish). Thanks for leaving me a comment.
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Thank you Barb and absolutely please share the tea love!
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Thanks Bonnie. I used glue dots to attach the window sheet to the vellum near the mouth of the jar. The glue dots get covered by the jar lid. It is always fun trying to figure out how to attach window sheets and vellum in a way that doesn't show the adhesive. Thank you for stopping by!
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What a great sampler of ideas using the DSP!
Toggle Commented Oct 16, 2017 on Painted Autumn Designer Paper at Stamp with Jodi
Thank you Barb.
Toggle Commented Oct 4, 2017 on No Words at As the Ink Dries
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Thank you so much for stopping by. I really appreciate you doing that!
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Thanks so much LeAnne! I appreciate you stopping by.
Toggle Commented Sep 27, 2017 on Test Tube Tuesday at As the Ink Dries
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Thank you Barbara. I make a mix which I call Glittery Goodness. I mix Clear Embossing Powder and Dazzling Diamonds glitter. I start with a 1 to 1 mix and go from there.
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Thanks Judy!
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Thanks Julie! How are you? Hope all is well with you!
Toggle Commented Sep 13, 2017 on Beautiful Bouquet in a Jar at As the Ink Dries
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Thanks Pam. I am happy that you noticed the glittery lights. I cut out the lights using the chandelier thinlit and glued them on. Yes, it was a little tedious but I loved how it turned out and am so glad you do too!
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Merci Catherine. Thank you for stopping by and leaving me such a nice comment.
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Yes! It is perfect for that and you can make it any width, length and color. So many possibilities! Thanks for stopping by and hope you will enjoy the Diagonal Stripe stamp as much as I do!
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Thank you Tammy
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Thank you Deb
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Thanks Candy!
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2017 on Carols of Christmas Blog Hop at As the Ink Dries
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Thanks Katrina. It is a little unconventional but I loved playing with all the gold products.
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2017 on Carols of Christmas Blog Hop at As the Ink Dries
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Thank you Cynthia. I had fun using lots of gold products. I love it that SU has so many for us to choose from
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2017 on Carols of Christmas Blog Hop at As the Ink Dries
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Thanks Karen.
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2017 on Carols of Christmas Blog Hop at As the Ink Dries
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Thanks Annette. i was going for an elegant vibe with this unconventional color combination.
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2017 on Carols of Christmas Blog Hop at As the Ink Dries
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Thank you Lynn. Don't you love it that SU has so many gold products for us to use?
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2017 on Carols of Christmas Blog Hop at As the Ink Dries
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Thank you Darlene. I use glue dots to attach the acetate to the front of the card. It is easy to hide behind the trees and the sentiments. Near the top I cut a glue dot and applied it behind one of the polka dots. Hope that helps.
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2017 on Carols of Christmas Blog Hop at As the Ink Dries
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Thank you Mary Kay! The metallic edge ribbon is one of my favorites in the SU! catalog. They are soft and very easy to tie. I am already on my second roll of silver edge. Yes, I may have a ribbon problem
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