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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 29, 2015


Lisa Wolf

Love this card!!! I LOVE glitter!! Thanks for the instruction on how to make the rough background~I will have to try that.

Bobbi Miller

LOVE the rough edge glitter lines! What a cool technique. And you are a hoot! Make me laugh...a LOT! :-)

Barb Shelton

The tape runner never seems to put put out a Straight roll so this is a cool idea to get rough snow lines!! Love..and your humor along the way of the tutorial!!


Love this technique! And thanks for the tips.

Ann Greenspan

I was going to say exactly what Bobbi Miller said. I am going to use this technique for sure. Thanks for sharing it. I also would love to use your sense of humor comment at the end about glitter being the gift that keeps on giving. Someone should make a stamp that says that!


Jan, you always amaze me, and you sure did it again! LOVE this!


Love your card ! You are so so so creatively talented- TFS !

Shirley Baker

Love this. Thanks for the tutorial!(I love glitter!)


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