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At 1:23am on September 1, 2010, Jan Ewell said…
I know. I haven't worked for about a year & a half now (not specifically my choice) so have only been making cards for about (maybe) 3 years or so now. This site gives so much inspiration, and allows me to venture into new territories all the time and learn new things. And I love that. Trying to find a part time job, and if I ever CAN, it will take from my "fun" stuff.
At 11:25pm on August 30, 2010, Jan Ewell said…
I'm glad I could help.............I've spent hours and hours here.................there are so many tutorials available in the area on the right.............check them out. And if there's anything I can help you with, please don't hesitate to ask. I never took a class - EVER - but with GKD tutorials (in particular) and others, it's so easy to figure out how to do things. Some are just harder than others, but please don't hesitage to ask if there's anything I can help you find.
At 8:46pm on August 30, 2010, Jan Ewell said…
I used black, brown, and green Staz-On because I had them, but not other colors and I don't want to pay the price for more.
At 8:44pm on August 30, 2010, Jan Ewell said…
Welcome, Shelly. Thank you for your comments on my sunflower coasters. I made 4 sets today, and they are just TOO much fun. I've never made them before, so it was all new to me. There is a tutorial on Stamp TV by Gina K. Check on the right side of the main page and I believe you'll find the tutorial down under "Assorted Projects" about 3/4 of the way down the page. It's called "Tile Coasters" and if you click on that link, it will give you the tutorial. I didn't have colored Staz-on Ink, so I used just regular ink, but I learned on the internet this afternoon that you can use regular ink and just spray with "Fixative" when done. I still have to do that.

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