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Being the perfectionist that I am, I am determined to master the faux leather technique. I stamped several other images on the fun foam yesterday using the Lovely as a Tree stamp set (which just happens to be the oldest … Continue reading
I did more sponging today to create the background for my project. It is a messy task to undertake and reminds me a lot of finger painting when I was a kid, just with sponges. No matter how careful I … Continue reading
Have you ever started on a project with one thing in mind and ended up with something completely different? Well that was me today. I wanted to make a Joseph’s Coat technique card, but using Christmas colors and a Christmas … Continue reading
I thought perhaps you guys may have seen enough Halloween treat bags this week so I am switching back to Christmas themed projects. Today’s project’s focal point uses a non-conventional Christmas color – black. The designer series paper I used … Continue reading