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Thursday, October 25, 2007



bella is so cute


Your card is beautiful, what a great technique, thanks for sharing!

Beth Norman

Fantastic tutorial! I have loads of Twinkling H2O's and will give this a try. Your results are outstanding! TFS.

Kellie Fortin

I love Twinkling H2O's - Did you know they now come as Radiant Rain Twinkling H20 Daubbers...these are great for altering chipboard instantly!! They also have a liquid spray form called Radiant Rain. I love that all of Luminarte's products dry on glossy surfaces. To view a few projects using the daubbers visit my blog and click on Luminarte.

Bev J.

Just a simply gorgeous technique. Never used the H2O's but may change my mind after your tutorial.

A question-- Where do you buy the Sticky Shapes snowflake stickers? They are really neat.



Just Beautiful, I have never tried H20's They are absolutlly a Beautiful effect.
Thank You so much for the tutorial :)



Wowza ... this is amazing ... I'm ready to give it a try ... love the effect.

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