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At 3:17pm on July 23, 2013, Sharyn Polesel said…

Sarah, you are so kind with your wonderful comments on my Oh Happy Day card.  The wiggly eyes were a last minute addition, but they do give the buttons some personality, don't you think?

At 3:12pm on July 23, 2013, Sharyn Polesel said…

Thanks, Sarah, for the kind comment on my Seize the Day card.  I have been trying to think outside of the box with all of these dies to see how else they could be used.  lol

At 9:04pm on July 22, 2013, Donna Phelan said…

Sarah you need to ink up that Birds & Blossoms set right now!  :)  Thank you for your very kind and generous comments.  You also should visit this Blog of Theresa's.....FABULOUS tips and tutorials.  Just click on the GKD stamp set name found on the left side and Theresa will help you color and create beautiful pieces of art!  Good Luck!  Happy Stamping!  BTW the cards buzzing by in your gallery are GORGEOUS!  You definitely have talent, well done!

At 5:37pm on July 22, 2013, Carole Renneker said…

Thank you Sarah, for your comment on my card. I'm glad you liked it.

At 5:57pm on July 21, 2013, Rosy Newlun said…

Hi Sarah - Welcome to StampTV. My dh is from Sitka :D and one of his grown kids lives in Anchorage, too. Thank you for your sweet comment on the shades of orange floral card! Best wishes, Rosy

At 2:48pm on July 21, 2013, Carole Renneker said…

Thank you Sarah for the lovely compliment on my card. The technique is called Triple Time Stamping. I saw it on U-Tube but I'm sure its everywhere. BTW your card gallery is great! You've done so many beautiful cards.

At 10:17am on July 21, 2013, Gabi Heinrich said…

Thanks so much for your comments, Sarah!  You're absolutely right; I inked the embossing folder.  Easy peasy!


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