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Friday, 22 March 2013


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Julia Heald

That is just gorgeous!


I love this technique, and really want to give it a go. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous examples.

Lythan Nevard

that is one of the best chalkboard cards I have seen Nat. Thanks for a great dare (even if the thought of using cotton wool on paper makes me shudder. But that is my problem!)

Handmade by Natty

Thanks very much ladies! I have to say it is one of my favourite techniques at the moment - definitely one that really brings cards to life!


Your card is beautiful, Natty! And I think that by combining your stamps the final image looks a lot like Dana's work of art.


That is such a lovely sample-card! And I had never even heard about this technique before. So thanks a bunch for getting me on the way.

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