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Easter Card

Posted by Minnie_TX (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 14, 03 at 17:06

I only made 5 this year. I kept the one with the broken ribbon hole. I first colored and cut out the image then later I covered it with Royal Coat Clear Diminsional Magic.
It doesn't show on the picture but looks kind of glassy.

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RE: Easter Card

No wonder you only made 5; that looks kind of labor intensive! What did you color it with? Great job! and I like the papers, too!


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RE: Easter Card

Thanks, I finally got busy and stamped some images and then later I sat down with my colored pencils and did the coloring. Then cut them out and let them set around for a while. Late one night I rememered the dimensional stuff and applied that to the images and let them set for a day. I thought maybe the colors would run but they didn't. The papers were from one of those pads with different sheets in it.
I just did some cutting and corner cropping and then glued everything down. I didn't have an Easter words stamp so just wrote on the inside.
All in all it took about 4 weeks to do and only because I'm just not with it right now. I could have done 1 dozen in a night if I'd have been in the mood. I should get out my Xyron and play with that.


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