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Old 07-10-2014
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This is another fun card, could not decide where to put it, here or techniques. It is a Judikins stamp so I'll keep it here.
I used some old Rainbow sponge inks for the background, then sponged the lines going down the card, worked in the beehive and stamped the Butterfly. It's Judikins #2435G.The cardstock is glossy cardstock from Judi's.
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So very pretty, loosluck! Love it!

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Thanks April, It was fun to do and took me back to when I first joined CP. I didn't think my sponge and inks would even work anymore.
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Old 07-21-2014
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GREAT Job everyone. I see our stamps all the time and I can't say I ever get tired of them. I love how different your interpretation and styles are!! Here's a different use of the same butterfly image. This one was stamped on shrink plastic.
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Old 07-22-2014
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How pretty, Judi!

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Great card Judi. I haven't used shrink plastic in a long time so I guess it's time to dig some out again. It's fun to use.
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Old 08-03-2014
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I do a lot of totally whacky things with shrink plastic. It takes some skill but mostly patience, because you have to work quickly since the plastic hardens as it cools. When you're learning the technique you tend to slowly and then the plastic is hard and doesn't mold. Here's a link to a video called Shrunken Treasures. It's one way to use the shrink plastic that's kinda crazy.
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Here is my attempt

I wasn't getting anywhere with refreshing my stock so I thought I would take this challenge - I'm in a green mood - don't want to see autumn colours just yet! I used 2 JudiKins stamps.

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very nice Wendy. I agree, I don't want to see fall yet either but all our stores have the candy out and y the fall wreaths and leaves. I guess I better start getting my halloween cards started for my classes.
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