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~ Frosted Windows ~

Hi Friends,

Well, after nearly two weeks of feeling like death warmed over, I’m finally on the mend again.   I was really hoping that 2012 would start out better than 2011 ended.   Just before the new year started, I began feeling icky.  By early last week I had a raging staph (MRSA) infection.   After being on mega doses of antibiotics, I’m feeling better but taking it slow.

Today, one of my tutorials is being featured on the Splitcoaststamper.com homepage.   I really love this technique for the fact that it gives your image such a soft, yet bold look.

Here is the sample I made:

 

You can find the tutorial with picture and video (by Beate Johns) at Splitcoaststampers.com.

Here are my details:

Stamps:  JustRite Topsy Turvy Cakes clear set

Papers: GP White, Summer Sun, Regal Rose, Vellum

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, copics

Accessories: 1″ pink/light pink reversible satin ribbon, circle punches, oval nesties, Melissa Frances 1/2 pearls, fairytale roses, lattice punch, dimensionals, sticky tape

*** Items highlighted are provided by The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store***

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Thanks for dropping by!  Now I’m going to go rest some more :)

Hugs!

Holly

5 Responses to “~ Frosted Windows ~”

  1. on 11 Jan 2012 at 09:38Marisa

    Glad you are feeling better, Holly :) Loving the gable punch down the side with the flowers on it and neat frosted window :)

  2. on 12 Jan 2012 at 16:11Kathy Jones

    Oh Holly, I’m so sorry you have been sick. :( I hope you are well and truly on the mend and that will be the end of sickness for a while! Your card is just divine!!! Love all that pink and yellow goodness and the technique looks FAB!!! :)

  3. on 13 Jan 2012 at 08:03Kellie Fortin

    Beautiful Tutorial Holly!! Thanks for showcasing our stamp for your project!!

  4. on 14 Jan 2012 at 05:08Sharon Johnson

    Holly, this is just darling! LOVE the bright and cheery colors — so beautifully done!!!

  5. on 14 Jan 2012 at 10:15Bev J.

    Very pretty card with the frosted window. Glad you are feeling better!

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