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Topic: Tons of cards and stationery, picture heavy.  (Read 3488 times)
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ziabox
« Reply #30 on: October 20, 2006 06:57:48 PM »

i'm in awe!
Al so beautiful! I want them all!!!!!  Grin

i"m gonna have to try card making now thanks to you!!!
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tasca
« Reply #31 on: November 01, 2006 01:02:19 AM »

Great job! I love all your designs!:) May I ask how you made them? What kind of stamps did you use? Are they store bought or you made them yourself? I'd like to try and make some for me. Thanks a lot for sharing! Cheesy
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katalina
« Reply #32 on: November 01, 2006 06:42:48 AM »

Great job! I love all your designs!:) May I ask how you made them? What kind of stamps did you use? Are they store bought or you made them yourself? I'd like to try and make some for me. Thanks a lot for sharing! Cheesy

Thanks again everyone Smiley

Id love to know how to make my own stamps, but these are all store bought.  I either got them at my local Michaels/AC Moore, or at paper-source.com - which has excellent rubber stamps.  I also sometimes buy from impressrubberstamps .com also.  I think I posted on the first page about how to emboss, you just need a stamp, ink, paper, a heat gun, and embossing powder.  You just stamp something, sprinkle the embossing powder over the design, tap off the excess and then use the heat gun to heat it up and it will raise the design.  I really love the gold embossing powder, as its really shiny.  You can get regular colors, sparkly ones, and even ones that resemble certain things, like peeling paint, old leather, etc.

So good luck and have fun embossing! Cheesy
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misswendiki
« Reply #33 on: November 02, 2006 08:51:38 AM »

Beautiful work. Very elegant. As you've shown, sometimes simple and understated is best. Plus, embossing rocks!!!
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