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Lynn Harrower
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At 9:02am on November 28, 2013, Karen Atkinson said…

Hello Lynn, Happy Thanksgiving.

At 3:23pm on August 12, 2013, Barbara Brenneman said…

Lynn, I'm so glad you posted these wonderful cards, they are beautiful.  I saw them on your amazingly creative blog, which I love.  Take care and look forward to seeing the next card...

At 11:12am on August 4, 2013, Barbara Brenneman said…

As if all the other info wasn't enough...the "polka dot" paper is actually golf balls. Too cute.

At 11:06am on August 4, 2013, Barbara Brenneman said…

Lynn, Hello!  Thank you so much for all your sweet comments on the cards.  Pretty fun to make and put together.  OK...going to try answers your questions, hope it's not too confusing!

Golf- images from doodle pantry including background papers (love that digi paper pattern)

The golf ball that sits in the cup is also from doodle pantry

Twisted golfer is from Karens doodles “what a swing”

Hole in one sentiment from doodle pantry,  I made up the best birthday ever sentiment

The tree and tee with flag came from

The only thing on this card that I colored was the “what a swing” golfer and added the Sakura glitter pen.

So as you can see, it’s a collage of many images.  Had fun putting it together.  Lots of fun for our golfing buddy’s.


I got the digi image of the I C U guy from a site called  and a share jokes category.  I used my Sakura glitter pen just to add a little dimension.

The 50th font is Before the Rain and I love it, can’t remember where I got it though.

The campfire girl was printed on Bazzill paper and colored in.  I do use watercolor papers though and love that too.  But I find it hard to get a good clear stamped image if the paper has too much texture, so I save that paper for digital images and the printer most of the time.

Hope this was helpful. 

At 8:00am on December 17, 2012, Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator said…

Just taking time to look at your beautiful cards. Your work is gorgeous. Have a great day. 

At 7:58am on December 17, 2012, Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator said…

Thank You for your sweet comment on my card with the chunky glitter stuff. I tried using the glue pen, but it didn't work like I wanted, so I ran a strip of adhesive from my  dispenser, and had to really work on it to separate it. But it held to glitter better than the glue. I will use it some more, because it is really pretty. Thanks again and have a Merry Christmas.

At 9:46pm on October 28, 2012, tammie lien said…

Thanks Lynn,I thought and it was my first time embossing and adding it to the sentiment.Thanks for the lovely comment you are to kind:)))))

At 9:41pm on October 28, 2012, tammie lien said…

Thanks Lynn for the sweet comment and i was lucky I had ribbon that matched...BTW are you loving the cooler evening here in az:))))

At 9:38pm on October 28, 2012, tammie lien said…

Thanks for the nice comment on my card:)

At 9:36pm on October 28, 2012, tammie lien said…

Lynn,I used stazon ink for image and permanent markers for coloring and martha stewart glitter(glass paint)for the snow and matte finish spray(clear)..Thanks for the nice comment.You can use a coupon and get them cheaper.Have fun:))))


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