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February 17, 2011

Comments

Kari Heitmann

The shearness of these flowers is what makes them so pretty! You are so creative Angie. I love this technique.

Dorothy T

Love the look of Vellum that you got using the Build a Blossom set. I would have a hard picking a favorite card because they both turn out gorgeous. I love the Perfect Plum, but also love the Peach Parfait. Great job. Thanks for sharing this great technique

Debbie Martin

This is beautiful! TFS

Christine Alward

Beautiful flowers, TFS.

Christine Alward

Angie, I have a question: Do you stamp the petals first with ink, then let dry and stamp again using Versa Mark? Is that how you do it?
Thanks for your reply.

Angie Leach

Christine, I didn't use VersaMark, I added the Clear Embossing Powder directly to the image stamped with Classic Ink. The ink doesn't seep into the vellum as quickly as it does on card stock, so as long as you do it immediately after stamping, it will be wet enough to hold the powder for heat embossing. Have fun!

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