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OnLine Card class Day 4

i have time to post one last homework to the OnLine Crad class site before it's locked up... So this is homework fo day 4: Using small dies. I have created a background with a series of small Easter Eggs.  It didn't turn out quite as I expected,...

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Online card classes – Day 2

Here is another "homework" from my Online card class, "Stretch your dies".This class was about using flower dies.  Jennifer McGuire doubled up her flowers to give them more dimension.  I doubled up my flowers also using glitter card stock....

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OnLine card class “More with dies”

If you've read my blog before, you know that I love OnLine Card Classes with Jennifer McGuire and Kristina Werner.  Another series had just started this morning, doing more with your dies.  Really interesting.So, here is my first day homework....

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Another watercolour garden

Here is a second sample of the watercoloured flowers and foliage from Art Impression. Details :Stamps: Art Impressions stamps 4605 Spring basket, 4052 Flower set, 4051 foliage setInk:  markers Marvy Le Plume markers, Ranger Archival black ink for...

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Watercoloured garden

Today I would like to share this new watercolouring technique I have rediscovered.  I recently attended a craft show and Art Impressions stamps were "demoing" this technique.  Using stamps, inked with water based markers, you create your little...

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Another Valentine’s Day card

You are going to be fed up with my Valentine's Day cards... Here is another one - another shaker card, almost the same design as the one I made last week here.  I'm also submitting this card to the Impression Obsession challenge (the Cherub is an...

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Blue Flowers

Here is a card I made with a Stampin'Up! Stamp set.  I love those pretty flowers.  I made a Sympathy card, but it could be a Birthday or Thank you also. Here is the card: Details: Stampin'up! Hostess set (not available) Bloom with Hope for the...

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Gallery of Cards

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Louise Charlton

Montréal, Canada