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I like this. Keep up your blog posts. thanx
I'm so happy to have found this site.It has inspired me so much. you take paper craft to a new level.thank you so much.
Wow, such nice things you guys have to say. Thank you.
Your cards are all beautiful.
The butterfly is so pretty, did you make it, if you did how did you do it?
The acetate butterflies were made by Shirley Willetts at Cherry Lane Crafts.
Hi Brenda. Yes, Shirley Willetts Made it for me, she is a very talented and lovely lady. As far as I know she printed the butterflies onto a transparency sheet and then colourd them in with a toothpick using different coloured glass stains. But maybe Shirley could be so kind as to tell you more. Personally I have never done glass staining and would hate to miss inform you.
hi Adele. thanks for trying to explain the butterflies to me. Will wait and see if Shirley responds to your request. Thank you for a lovely blog.
I will try and make one as per your instructions. Will let you know how it turns out. Thank you for your help and your amazing blog.
Sorry but it doesn't seem as if Shirley wants to share her crafting talents, ONLY her comments. Well I hope you have loads of fun trying.
Love this card! Really a bright colour green.. the butterly makes it a very special card! xx Marley
Hi Adele! It's so nice to meet you. I want to thank you first for leaving me such a beautiful message on my blog ... I's was very touched. Well, you're the first person I know now that actually lives in South Africa, so many, many miles away. I'm so glad you wrote because I love ALL your beautiful cards especially this scalloped edge, lacey green design. Just so breathtaking. You had mentioned that you became a "follower" but I don't see you. When you have a chance, come on back. www.StudioMbyMarian.blogspot.com*In just a few days my blog will soon have a new make over ... can't wait to show ya. xo, Marian from California
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