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October 15, 2010


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Mary J

Oh Pam, this looks a lot of fun! Right, will go and see what's in my Magnolia stash to complete this one!


Hello there!
My stamping tip is always colour the hardest part of your image FIRST... like the hair or clothes, ect. This will save you time, ink and paper if you make a boo-boo ;D


My fold is in the inside of my card...I hope that's ok. I just loooove this card...I love everything about it! It's adorable!'m still a novice but I keep a book of the sketches that I see that I love and I have a paper with each Copic color labeled so I can see how they go together before I color! :D

Pam Sparks

Look forward to you playing with us Mary J!!!
I agree with you Maribeth on coloring the hardest part first but I'm really bad about leaving it until last! oh why am I backwards! lol
Sketches are really fun Rene, I find myself using them more and more and thanks for your copic tip too!


Hi Pam and everyone!!
My tip to share is to keep some hand sanitiser at my craft desk. If it get ink on my hands I have to get it off straight away or it ends up on my coloured image (yes, yes, messy crafter!!) It is also great for getting the sticky gunk off your scissors when you have been mounting your stamps.
Have a great weekend,

Mary Lou

Oh Pam I love your card and great fold idea!!!
My stamping tip is when you add pearls with viva decor or liquid pearls either set your card far, far away or walk away until dry cuz so many times i smudge it before its dry :0)
Thanks all!!


Hmmmmmmmm, stamping tip. I have been masking again, so my tip is when you cut out an image such as my Tilda I put on the pumpkin, store the masked image with the stamp in its package that way you won't have to cut it out again if you want to sit her on something else. Great challenge and some really great cards!


Hi, Pam. Fab entries! My tip is to use some unusual embellishment, as I did in my card with the fallen leaves. Hugs. Miria

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