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December 07, 2014

Comments

Britiney

I hadn't heard about stazon cleaner damaging stamps. Is that only the photopolymer or the rubber ones too? Thanks for the heads-up on that. And what an amazing technique! Spectacular as always, Jan!


Edited to add --- Just the polymer stamps, you can use the Stazon cleaner on the rubber ones without a problem. - JT

Mary Mennie

Jan what a beautiful card. The shine really shows up nicely, that is so hard to do on "tv" lol. Nice job! TY for the video.

Donna Zammit

What a beautiful card. Thanks so much for sharing your tutorial. Now I must get me that stamp. I hope it is available in Australia. Cheers Donna Z :)

NaomiW

Jan, you've done it again! I didn't think I "needed" this stamp set, but now it is firmly on my wish list, along with some of the blendabilities that I don't have yet. GORGEOUS card! Love the non-messy glitter!

Barbara Dykhouse

Amazing! I wondered how you would attach the window sheet to the glitter paper without it showing. The mat was pure genius, Jan!! And thanks for the warning about the Staz-On cleaner. I had not heard that.

Beautiful work!

Jen W

Wow, that is beautiful!

K

This IS brilliant AND GOJUS!
Thank you so much for sharing your AWESOMENESS!

Dianne Eure

Jan, this is gorgeous! I didn't understand how you adhered your window sheet to the glimmer paper. Could you share that with me? Thanks!

Mitzi Luttrull

Just beautiful Jan! Thank you for making the ever so helpful video.

Theresa R

Your brilliance is wasted on those "other" tasks that keep you from stamping! Concentrate your brilliance on more gojus goodies like this one! TFS!!

Jackie

This is brilliant and beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

Linda

Love the card with the glimmer paper. The video was great.
Would the Memento Ink work?

Sharon Walker

oh wow, what a fabulous card! Thanks for sharing it!!!

Julie

Absolutely beautiful!!! Wow!!!

Patti

Hi Jan,

Gorgeous card. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial. I am not sure how you adhered the glimmer paper and window sheet together. Can you please help me with this? Thank you.

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