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Thursday, May 6, 2010


It's been a few days since I posted any new projects my only excuse is that it takes soooooooo long to post to each individual site finding that much time to dedicate is not always easy! :p  Thank you for looking if you have any questions please feel free to e-mail me.  All comments or suggestions welcome. 

Thanks Sue

OK I used the following supplies for this set:

Elements of Style clear mount #120045 $19.95 WM #118611 $27.95
En Francias #109521 $17.95

Whisper White ##100730
Certainly Celery #105125 Soft Subtles
Sage Shadow #101563  Soft Subtles

Always Artichoke #105219 $5.95
StazOn Jet Black #101406 $7.95

Snail #1043325 $6.95
Sticky Strip #104294 $6.95
Stampin Dimensionals #104430 $3.95
Crystal Effect #101055 $6.25

Aqua Painter #103954 $16.95

Water Color Wonder Crayons Bold Brights #1066395 $19.95 set of 12
Orchid Opulence Bold Brights
Lovely Lilac Bold Brights

Taffeta Ribbon 3/8 Very Vanilla #109070 $6.95

Big Shot
Bigz Two Tags #115954 $21.95
Scallop Envelope #113462 $21.95


Pam said...

Wow! Gorgeous! How did you do the background/foreground on them? I love it!

GailPetersonscrafts said...

this is very lovely and I love your blog as well good for you keep up the good work I have been trying to get a blog up and running too it is not as easy as it looks at first lol

Anniesgma said...

Very pretty! I just ordered this stamp set & can't wait for it to arrive so I can play with it! Great work!

Nancy Dawson said...

These are simply gorgeous. The colors are fantastic! TFS

Susan Colamonico said...

Thanks everyone I appreciate the comments! Pam as far as the backround goes first I stamped the flowers onto my card then I stamped the same image onto a scrap paper, I cut out the image on the scrap paper as close to the lines as possible then I placed it over the stamped image on my card once that scrap paper is in place get your backround stamp and stamp over it then remove the cut out image and you will have both images on your project. I know there is a specific name for this but for the life of me I cant remember what its called rest assured it will come to me sooner or later.

Thanks again for taking the time to look Sue

Ann Schach said...

Love the colors you selected! Very pretty projects!

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