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Friday, 05 May 2017

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Shabneez

I'm envious! I don't own oxides nor do I know anyone locally who has them.....love the effect you created using them. Stunning card. Shabneez x

Angelnorth

Beautiful background Nat, love the effect you've got with the Oxides and the dye ink stamping of the butterfly!

Cathy Clowes

Such a beautiful card. I've treated myself to the Oxides but haven't used them yet- I love the effect you've created and might get them out today. Cathy x

Kathy

This is lovely Nat, the way the background moves through the shades of colour is gorgeous. I may need to investigate those inks after all

Svenja

Looove that card, very subtle indeed! I thought you had masked the butterfly on the background before "oxidizing" the rest so thanks for explaining your stamping technique (and probably saving me from some disappointment).

Dawn

What an amazing background and the colours are just fabulous. X

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