"Nana Griffin. Thank you so much for your comment about my hummingbird. I will tell you if you go on Melanie Muchinger's page she demos the process nicely. It was so easy I had wondered why I had not done it before. My…"
"This hummingbird it from one of the Stampers Favorite pack and used one of Melanie's techniques using copic marker and toped the bird with clear Wink of Stella and then sponged a light blue background just around the bird."
"This is a stencil trick I used in the Fall. It was a metal stencil that I put through my Cuttlebug then laid the stencil over the top and added a touch of glue to each leaf and then toped that with foil. I later just added the tree…"
"What an interesting technique. Personally I would not have combined all those colors together but Wow them came out great. Love the flourish too. Sometimes that is all the "touch" a card needs to really make it stand…"
"That was fun to watch. I purchased the set when it was still in red rubber (naturally) but just love this new clear set. I will have to put it on my wishlist. I am hoping I can use the design sheet and possible a stamp positioner…"
Hello Bonnie. Thank you so much for looking and commenting on my peekaboo card. It wasn't my idea. It was actually a CASE of a CASE of a CASE. We were playing a little game over at the Kit addicts group.
I'm glad you liked that card. About that metal tape: remember, I stuck it to cardstock, so it does quite well in the mail. I always cover my card fronts with a piece of cardstock (cheap stuff works), then the Post Office can't feel any small "lumps", and it helps preserve the card, I think. No complaints as yet.
So, the answer would be that it does as well as any cardstock that has been put through an EF. Hope that helps.