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What a fun Halloween card! I can't quite decide if it looks like the pumpkin is chasing after the candy corn, or if the candy corn is being "tossed" into the pumpkin's mouth. ;) Either way, so cute and that appearance made me laugh. :)
Betsy, I love how bright and colorful those cards are! Thanks for rotating the colors through the ratios; it really helps to have a visual of how the look of the card can change depending on what color you use for each quantity.
What a unique look! I love how deep and vibrant the color turned out to be using your approach, Melissa!
Dawn, what a beautiful monochromatic card! I love the addition of the splatters on your card base! Just out of curiosity since the rest of the DT used rubbing alcohol, what is the difference or benefits of using water instead?
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Melissa, what a creative idea to custom mix different colors together! I completely agree, it looks just like sea glass!
Melissa, that is such a brilliant idea! I really love the texture the pulled apart clay gives to the vellum! WOW! I may not have had any muslin to play with, but I do have paperclay, so here I go! ;)
It's so sparkly and pretty! Thanks for sharing how to add some bling to the paperclay, Heather! I love the effect!
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Melissa, your flower is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!! You're making me wish I had some muslin on hand so I could make a couple of those right now. But alas, I don't, so I'll have to revisit your video later after I stock up. ;) Thanks so much for sharing that technique and going even further to show what a beautiful element could be created with it!
Pretty results, Heather! I love how you kept things simple on your cards to really let those tea stained felt accents shine. Thanks for the tutorial! :)
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Such a wonderful idea! I love the tea stained look, but rarely do I craft my cards in a style that goes well with the technique. I tend more towards bright, fun cards than vintage or shabby (which I think tea staining accents the best). So thanks so much for the alternate staining idea! :)
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