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February 16, 2009

Comments

Kris

THUD! WAY COOL! My CE just sits there begging to be used. Now I need to see what stamps I have to use for Christmas cards that icicles would look good with. Thanks for the inspiration!

Kathy

I love the icicles, but don't understand why you didn't "make" them directly on the cardstock to begin with?

Allison Cope

What a cool idea! Thanks for sharing!

wendyp

Very cool technique! now I just have to remember this for next years Christmas cards.

Teresa Brooks

I love crystal effects and use it a lot, but never thought of this. Love the technique. Thanks for sharing

Cheryl Joshua

WOW!!! You are amazing,thankyou so much for sharing.I love your blog and all of your creations!!!

Conniecrafter

very cool!

Peggy M.

Thanks for this tutorial.. I have the perfect Christmas stamp to use it with. I love your stuff!

Pat J

Terrific use of Crystal Effects! But...an early start on Christmas cards??? I had to look to see if an old blog had shown up! Of course, if we were all smart we would start now, but for some reason I'm not in the right frame of mind for that. TFS...I really enjoy your treats and info every day and your generosity in sharing all of it.

Mo Moss

I saw WOW too. I never would have thought of that. I will try it tomorrow. I expect some troube to get it off the wax paper. DO you think?

Chris R. from Iowa

That looks so cool! I actually have both products so I can go play! That for what seems to be a fairly easy idea. Of course maybe getting the stuff off the wax paper is the challenge. Anyway, it looks really fun. Thanks!!!!

Jody Marcelis


Double WOW! What will you come up with next? Thanks Julie for taking the time to show us this great technique.

Tina

Awesome idea, thanks for sharing.

Pam Clay

Cool Beans!! This technique would make neat bubbles, too! Thanks!

Stacy

WOW! Thanks for sharing!

Sarah-Jane Rae

WOW! What a fantastic effect, we don't have CE here (in the U.K.) I suppose it's like ranger glossy accents ? Thanks for sharing, must remember this for crimbo! Love your blog BTW, I have you on Blog roll so you come up most days and I pop by to see what you've been up to, Love it !
Hugs Sarah-Jane xx

JenMarie

WOW!

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