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08/08/2014

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Suzanne

What a difference in the look of the paper when you color it in. I like it. Must stock up on blendabilities!

Barb

I'm with Suzanne, what a difference in the DSP. I like it better colored in. It was kind of too busy not colored. So how did you just make some of the leaves and things disappear into the black? I like this technique. Your card is very nice.

linda callahan

Love all of the happy coloring! And I am so going to try that on my DSP!

Rosemary

I have this stamp & I have the blendabilties & the paper! I may try this card this weekend! I think coloring the dsp adds so much to it. I prefer the coloring of the dsp it's so much happier! Love your card!

Chris R. from Iowa

Oh my word, I can't believe the change in that DP! I have yet to open up my pack of paper but I was thinking this wasn't my favorite piece. But now, I am going to try this for sure! I will have to try markers since I don't have many blendabilities yet or even colored pencils might turn out fun with a lighter theme but I love the vibrancy of color! I have not inked up this stamp for ages either. I need a little creative time even if I am just CASING yours! A teething 10 week old puppy is really wearing thin on my nerves! Oh, and I say you totally rocked this sketch! Love the little candy dots too! Wonderful card - gotta go check out Patty Bennett's site.

Jen Brum

Wow! That coloured paper looks fabulous! You would never know it had been white before! So fun! Those little birds are so sweet! Love it! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

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