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At 11:07pm on February 12, 2011, Betty Neville said…

Hi David!

Thank you for the friend request!  I'd be glad to be your friend!

At 4:44pm on February 6, 2011, Melanie, GKD Illustrator/DT said…
Hi David, No, all the stamps I use on my blog and StampT are rubber stamps, I don't use any digis.  they are all from Gina K Designs, the stamps sets you see on my personal page are all my own illustrations.  Thanks for inquiring!
At 6:11pm on January 21, 2011, Michelle Woerner said…
Hi Dave,  Thanks for the comment!  I sewed on a strip of white cardstock onto my card base.  I use my regular ole Kenmore sewing machine.  I have considered buying a smaller Janome, but can't justify the cost when my Kenmore still works!  lol!
At 12:29am on December 7, 2010, Betty Neville said…
Hi David!
Thanks very much for your lovely comment - I appreciate it!

I used a stamp set called "Wild at Heart" by Melanie Muenchinger for my card. If you click on "Shop Now" and under 'stamp sets', you will find it when you click on 'stamps by artists' and click on Melanie's name. I used Versamark ink and stamped the image on GKD's "Creme de Menthe" card stock, then heat embossed with clear embossing powder. Then when cool, I used Vivid ink in 'Raspberry' and stamped over the whole image; the ink will rub off the embossed portion leaving the image outlined in pink. I then matted it on GKD's "Passionate Pink" card stock and the base is "Creme de Menthe". The sentiment is from Gina's stamp set "Spring Mix".

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions : )
At 3:43pm on December 6, 2010, Jennie Harper said…
Thanks for your sweet comment! I used the Herringbone Cuttlebug folder for the top half.
Have a great day!
At 2:52pm on December 6, 2010, Suzanne Dean, GKD DT said…
And yes it was a Cuttlebug folder for the top of the card---colored with Copics
At 2:51pm on December 6, 2010, Suzanne Dean, GKD DT said…
Sorry wrong one, lol! That is a Magnolia stamp and the paper is very old but all the cardstock is by Paper Trey Ink as is the ribbon and buttons. The lil' ice cream cart is a Scor-Pal tutorial that you can find on their site for free! HTH
At 2:48pm on December 6, 2010, Suzanne Dean, GKD DT said…
Hi---which card was it with the ice cream? I think that might be a CC Designs Swiss Pixies stamp if I'm thinking of the right one? I have to look it up and see what I used!
At 11:37am on December 6, 2010, Erika Martin - Stampin' Mama said…
Thanks so much for the comment on my card, David!
At 6:42am on December 6, 2010, Missy Terry said…
Hi david! Thanks for commenting on my card. Dp means designer paper and cas means clean and simple. Hope this helps.
At 10:18am on November 29, 2010, Michelle Woerner said…
Hi David! I use embossing folders. My FAV one is the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots!
At 11:38pm on November 28, 2010, Janice Whiting said…
I'm not sure which card you are referring to that you call "blessings" with flowers and butterflies. Is that the title I gave the card? Can you give me more details about the card so I know which one you are referring to?
At 11:34pm on November 28, 2010, Janice Whiting said…
Hi, David. In response to your question about instructions for my card with the Rose and embossed branches, I don't have instructions anywhere for it but I can tell you what I used to create it. I used a Cuttlebug embossing folder called "Leafy Branch" to emboss a brown piece of CS then cut out the branch. The rose is from "A Year of Flowers" stamp set. The "outline" was created by marking the side of the card stock with a brown marker. The verse was a stamp I bought at hobby lobby. Hope that helps!
At 8:48pm on November 27, 2010, Dianne Freeman-Moore said…
Hi, You are going to love the Copics. They are a bit pricey but the effects are really nice. I use my 40% off Hobby Lobby coupons regularly. This site is wonderful for instruction,have fun.
At 5:12pm on November 27, 2010, Savannah O'Gwynn said…
Hello:)

Just wanted to leave a post link for the card that you liked--it was from April of this year. I am sorry that I don't really know how to use this forum--I really should take a look around:) Hope you are doing well! THANKS for looking and I hope you stop by the blog sometime! Be blessed:}
Sav

http://savannahland2.blogspot.com/2010/04/nina-brackett-and-sr16-challenge.html
At 2:19pm on November 27, 2010, Theresa said…
Hi, David. In the photo you asked about, there is a clickable link in the words "this post" in the description I wrote. Just click on that and it will take you to the post on my blog that has the step by step instructions.
At 2:11pm on November 27, 2010, Janice Whiting said…
Hi, David. Welcome to StampTV! Gina has some FABULOUS videos that you should check with wonderful tips on card making. She has many using the Cuttlebug. A couple of them are how to use the cuttlebug so I'm sure you'll be interested in those! Just look on the right hand side where it says "Technique Archives" or click on the "Videos" tab. Have fun!

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