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Debbie Davis
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At 6:50pm on July 29, 2018, Judy Inukai said…

Thanks so much Debbie for leaving a comment on my under the sea card. It was fun to do.

At 7:58am on March 1, 2018, Johanna Rundell said…

Thanks a lot Annie. I appreciate the comments on my fairy card.

At 12:38pm on September 29, 2017, Johanna Rundell said…

Thanks Debbie - Glad you enjoyed the quad card. It took a long time to make but was fun to do.

At 9:02pm on September 19, 2017, Johanna Rundell said…

Love your kind comments on my plaid card this week Debbie. Thanks so much.

At 12:04pm on September 7, 2017, Johanna Rundell said…

I appreciate your comments on my masculine card this week. Thanks so much

At 3:45pm on August 9, 2017, Johanna Rundell said…

Thanks so much Debbie. I'm glad you like my starburst card.

At 8:06am on August 9, 2017, Judy Inukai said…
Hi Debbie, Thanks so much for your lovely comment on my one layer Addicts challenge card. Although I included most of the details in the description, I would also add to be sure the cardstock is taped down with a low tack tape (I used Washi, but rubbed it over my jeans first), then tape the stencil down really well over it. When you begin sponging, begin off the card a little and keep moving the sponge in a circular motion. The new Distress Oxides give a nice blend and are great for the sponging technique. One thing I have learned in coloring with Copics over the years when coloring tiny detailed parts like the zigzag band on the pot, is to just lightly tap the tip of the marker in the zigs and zags until you get the area completely covered. I just use trial and error when deciding what colors I want and I always leave the markers out on my work area so I can jot down the colors I used to include in my description and so I can remember them the next time I use the image. You do need a good heavy cardstock – like Gina’s heavy weight white, so the Copics don’t bleed. Her cardstock also takes blending really well. I did a test run on some junk cardstock I have just to get a feel for the technique – I often do this – that way I don’t ruin the good stuff.
At 9:38am on July 19, 2017, Selina Macisco said…

Thanks for the "like"! :)

At 5:54pm on June 14, 2017, Jan Brazier said…

Hi, Debbie! So happy you liked my offset card! Have a great day!

At 2:57pm on March 8, 2017, DENISE KOLODZIEK said…
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