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At 9:32am on February 3, 2011, Melanie, GKD Illustrator/DT said…

aww, thanks, wish i was feeling inspired, thinking about crawling back in bed today myself!  I just might, because I never get to do that LO!


happy stamping!

At 8:34am on February 3, 2011, Melanie, GKD Illustrator/DT said…
thank you very much for all your sweet comments this morning, Rhonda! :)
At 11:11pm on October 28, 2009, Kym Weber said…
You're welcome Rhonda for the info on the Prismas. Let me know when you get some.
At 11:11pm on October 28, 2009, Kym Weber said…
Yep, I know exactly where Eau Claire is. Sounds good about freezing together this winter. LOL
At 9:26pm on October 27, 2009, Kym Weber said…
BTW - where is Cameron near? The town is not ringing a bell to me. So cool you live in good ole' Wisconsin, too! We'll freeze together and be snowed in. LOL
At 9:24pm on October 27, 2009, Kym Weber said…
I acturally bought the Prismacolor Premier (48 ct.) with a 40% coupon off from Michael's Craft Store. And now I've been buying just single Prisma color pencils from Dick Blick. I think they're like .98 cents a piece to get more colors to my collection. I love using the Prismas with OMS. I seem to have more control with my shading. I think you'll be really surprised how well the OMS works with the color pencils.
At 8:22pm on October 27, 2009, Kym Weber said…
Thanks Rhonda for commenting on my Tayla with Ghost Costume card. OMS is Odorless Mineral Spirts. I buy it just from a hardware store. I first outline an area with a color pencil, dip a blending stump (usually can find in the art department) in OMS and blend out the color pencil so it looks shaded in the areas you need. Usually blend in a circular motion. I hope this helps. Let me know if I can help some more.
At 1:39pm on August 6, 2009, Janet Evans said…
Hi rhonda, thank you for the nice comment on my Leaf card. The back ground folder is a Cuttlebug one. I believe it is called Tiny Mosaic Texture. I have had it for a while and just now using it!
At 10:40am on August 3, 2009, Krista Fenton said…
Hi Rhonda...thanks for the kind comment on my sunflower card! The stamp set I used is called A Flower for All Seasons from Stampin Up!
At 8:16pm on August 2, 2009, Sue Morris said…
hi again! LOL I will have pictures up on my blog later this week from CHA and I also have a post from today with a little details if you want to read it. :) thanks for asking! and YES! it was a blast! SUE'S SENTIMENTS

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