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05 September 2013


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I'm so glad I'm not the only one who's had fun with one layer cards lately. You'll be getting a bumper crop in the mail soon...;o)

This is delightful! I wouldn't have thought to mask and spritz--brilliant (minus that whole Crumb Cake and alcohol facial thing...:oP).

I look forward to Saturday's post!


P.S. Howdy Lou!


What a wonderful looking SLC. Like what you had done with your masking; makes for a great looking card.
Been seeing more and more of the SL cards. Been making some myself.
Have a great day and enjoy your weekend.
Any cool temperatures......send some our way. Have had 28 days of triple digit temperatures so far. Still having 100 deg. temps or higher.

Doris D.

What a beautiful card. I love the technique you used. I am using this set a lot lately. Everything I try makes a beautiful card. Keep them coming.


Ooh, simply beautiful! Love how you added the stripes! And the whole spritzing thing, well some people pay big bucks for spray-on tans...

Sally Davis

Like you, I absolutely love this stamp set and have not used it as much as I would like. This idea is fabulous and I can't wait to try it. I got the stencils and haven't used them yet either so this will be great practice. Keep those ideas coming. I love them all.

Kelly W.

Beautiful Jaydee! I love the soft strips and masked circle. I'm not 100% sure how you did this but the end result is stunning. I also really like the goose colored with your Copics. He is very handsome! Have a lovely weekend.

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