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    The only opinions you'll find on my blog are my own. The products I use, for the most part, are ones that I purchase myself unless I indicate otherwise. They are all products which I enjoy using and would recommend. I do participate in affiliate programs with, Blick Art Supplies, Ellen Hutson LLC, Gina K, Sizzix,, and Simon Says Stamp, and affiliate links are used whenever possible. Purchasing products by clicking on my affiliate links costs you nothing extra and helps support my artistic endeavors and this blog, and I thank you.


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October 04, 2012



I didn't understand the point of this stamp pad but after seeing your beautiful creation I now know that I need one. Love your combination of colours and the look this pad makes. Truly beautiful.


This card really pops. Any chance for a video tutorial or an instruction sheet.


Debz in MinneSNOWta

I "get it" now also!!! WOOT WOOT. GOtta have it! Your card is GOJUS!


HOW did you do that? Did you stamp the snowflakes in the colored ink first and then the illuminate ink over the top? Does it come out looking whitish like that? Love it! I would love more details on how you did it! Also, SU! should come out with an illuminate marker, like the Versamarker. That way we could outline snowy hills with it, etc. GOJUS!

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