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Saturday, October 06, 2007

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Caity Sue

Wow!!! This I HAVE to try! The possibilities are endless with this technique. Thanks for sharing.

Zanne

S - these are really pretty! I enjoyed your tute very much. I have also used the shiny metal tape from Lowe's. That is already sticky on one side and it, too, is real metal. It's also inexpensive. I liked the fact that I did not have to apply any adhesive to use - just crack'n'peel! Thanks for all your effort!

Maxine Naumann

Great job and your tutorial is very helpful. I have glued regular foil to a piece of card stock, then applied the ink, then run through the cuttlebug. I have not used die cuts this way. However, it worked great on the large cuttlebug folders. Keep your ideas coming.

Ching

Suzy, you're my super woman! where do you have the time to constantly come up with such amazing stuff!!

you're right, I think this would be great for the holidays. Woud you mind if I linked you on my blog to share with my friends and readers??

You're fabulous Suzy!! This was a fabulous tutorial and I don't believe that this was your first one.

Jody

Thanks for this tutorial! What a great idea! I never would have thought of it.

Suzy

Thank you so much for the kind comments everyone! So glad you like it - let me know if you try it.
Suzy

leni

very pretty

Rebecca Saylor

This is so cool!!! I love it - you are so crafty!

Cards of Maria

Hi
Thank you for your comment in my blog. I really like your work to so I will add you to my linklist. If you dont want that let me know and I rempve you from the list.
Best wishes
Maria

Barb

Cool Suzy! I've never even thought about how to do this. They are beautiful flowers and such a great tutorial! Thanks!

Angelina

This is gorgeous! The flowers turned out super!! TFS!

Mary Jane

This is a great idea. Definitely something I will try. Your tutorial is wonderful - very clear and good pictues. Thanks for sharing.

Ret

Suzy, first, welcome to TJ's! Your card is cute & I enjoyed your blog, too. I'm amazed with your tutorial! You really did a great job on it, it's fun & easy to follow. Love the cute medallions you made! thanks for sharing!
Ret

Kim

These are absolutely beautiful!! I don't have any alcohol inks or supplies that go with it, but now I want to head to Michael's to buy some! Thanks for sharing!

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