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  • Hilde Jäggli

    By Loll Thompson. Spray white cardstock with water. Add drops of reinker in 3 colors. Spray again with lots of water. Place a piece of dry white cardstock on top of wet-inked cardstock and smash the two together. Peel apart and dry with heat tool. Stamp on the one you choose to be the main panel. Cut to size, add ribbon to main panel, mount both panels on white cardstock, then on colored cardstock. Paper pierce to add interest before attaching to card base.

  • Flossie

    Hero Arts Stamps Gallery | Silhouette Spray "

  • Stephanie Ann

    Different sizes = cute idea

  • Jill Bowman

    ink spray smash. I love how the background turned out with this technique and know I'll be using it again and again.

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June 28, 2012 Supplies: Stamps:  Inspired by Nature, En Francais (SU!) Paper:  Soft Suede, Crumb Cake (SU!) Ink:  Soft Suede, Regal Rose (SU!) Accessories & Tools:  sponges, Scor-Pal, grater, Nestabilities Classic Rectangles Large, Tombow glue, adhesives and dimensionals

This is a really special design...great for the music person in my family. June 2011

Fabulous Florets and En Francais

Take pic of her: blankie! and in hat P's got for her in Peru or other special items for when they eventually disappear

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Smashbook 52 Weeks - Week 1 by Georgia Visacri, via Flickr

  • Michelle Gauthier

    I'm new to doing a Smashbook. I like it better than just writing in a diary/journal. Many times I have a hard time thinking of words. Or don't want to write for days at a time. So to do a page for one week of what I did, where I went, what I bought, a movie I saw, a friend I visited, etc. is a great way to remember and much prettier to look at later than reading a journal. And I can still write on the page if I want as well.

Purple Stampin' Up! Card | Stampin' Up! Australia Demonstrator - Angela Sargeant

  • Judith Buelow

    Good colors. Thanks for giving me courage to try "not my favorite colors". Like it a lot.

Butterfly from the Antique Flowers and Butterflies stamp and frame cut set.

cloud baground; leaves peeking above; scalloped on top with banner strip sentiment; white stitching around kraft - love! Peek-A-Boo Banner

check out the tutorial...I love the effect of embossed acetate over the tag

Watercolour Texture Techniques by *hatefueled on deviantART

friend dictionary definition stamp used for background as well as sentiment.... love this card by Jacqueline