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May 18, 2010

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Katrina

ADORABLE!!! love it! I am trying to learn how to color in stamps also...so I am always looking for suggestions! You did a great job....off to hunt Youtube!

Maria Bell

Ooh, it turned out beautiful!! I love the way the dress turned out! Sorta vintage looking! I'm really into making grunge and prima flowers . ..there's a bunch of videos online with different results. I've been trying a bunch of them. I've beem having so much fun!

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=grunge+flower&aq=f

Maria

Michel E

Great job. Love the card. Thanks for the technique.

Angie Smith

Awesome card! I totally love the layering and colors you chose. This card would be perfect for a female graduate!

Sandy Lewis

I'm sorry I don't have any suggestions, but then again, I don't think you need any. I think you did a fabulous job - I would Never have known it was your first try. Beautiful!!!

Karen

You card is lovely, I don't see anything that needs improving. - I too have a few distress inks that I need to try coloring with. Thanks for the inspiration! You did a great job with this card.

Tina Hdz.

Just lovely!! I think it turned out beautiful, for your first time! I would have a sloppy mess with those inks :)

Lori M

Have no tips to give you - but its an adorable card! Great job!

Maria

Sorry, I don't have any great tips to share with you. But by the looks of it you don't really need any.

You did an awesome job on the card!

HazelQ

Ohh what a beautiful card :) I think you did an awesome job for being your first time! I don't own any distress ink so I haven't really tried this technique but you can check Kim Piggot blog, she is a master on coloring with distress inks and such a nice person ;)
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Hazel

serena

lovely job! Your card looks so sweet! I have no words of advice - looks like you don't need them!

Kristie Maynard

I think you did a lovely job on this. Sure it was your first attempt? Great job. Sorry I don't have any tips or tricks for you, I've never tried this technique.

Cami

Wow! Christine, you did great coloring with distress inks! I love how you card came out. I'm still looking for good quality watercolor paper. I got a hold of some Arches but haven't really played with it yet. Thanks for sharing your experience. It's gorgeous! Hugs, Cami

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