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August 16, 2007



My girlfriend and I made these cards and they came out pretty good I thought except when we attempted the Tulip puffy paint the always artichoke ink keeps bleeding in to it and we get greenish snow, we have tried several things, hitting it right away with the heat gun, waiting a bit, letting dry overnight then using the heat gun, nothing seems to be working ..... any suggestions or futher instructions on how to avoid this, our cards are done except for this step. Thanks for any help you can give.


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Julie, it's a beautiful card -- in a punky grungy kind of a way! And I'm keeping you in my prayers.


Julie, This is an absolutely gorgeous card! TFS!


Hi Julie,

I know I've already commented on this card when you first posted it, but just had to tell you that I did a version of this card for my stamp club on Friday and they all just loved it! I didn't have the pretties kit tho, so I had to change it a bit. Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful card! I posted my version on my blog today with a link back to yours. Thought you might like to see it:


Pat Jandacek

I'm going to CASE this card for my Christmas card this year (I make about 100). I selected it before reading how it was made, and thought it was a window with vellum and had visions of cutting around the foreground tree. But I liked the depth and complexity to it. If you can just imagine how much time you've saved me doing it your way instead of my vision of it you'll have some idea of how tickled I am that this is one layer. Thank you so much for the beautiful inspiration!


Great job on that card. I love it. It is so elegant. Again, great job. Beth


Hi Julie! I've CASED you & thought I would share. My friends & clients loved your card so much that I had to figure out how to do it so they could do it for their Christmas Cards. Your card is still tons better than mine, but I gave it a shot. Thanks for your beautiful work!


OMG...I absolutely love this card! The pretties were the icing on the cake. I can't wait to give this technique a try..thanks so much for sharing.



Beautiful card! I love this sure looks like more than one layer. I also like the way you used the pin. Wasn't sure how to use those things! Thanks for the inspiration.

Jeanne Pursell

Absolutely STUNNING card...really beautiful!! Thanks for sharing!


Oh my stars! This is just fantastic. I just don't know what else to say.

Pat S.

Simply Stunning!
Thanks for the tutorials, too :)


Especially with the "snow", this card is amazing. I am going to CASE this sucker...


This is SO cool. Definitely one I will be case-ing! thank you for sharing!


This is absolutely GORGEOUS! Thanks so much for posting the tutorial. Your site is so inspirational. I will definitely be trying this card for Christmas. Thanks again!!!


WOW! This is one of those drop dead gorgeous cards that is in reality so simple, but that's what makes it so amazing!!! I will definitely be casing this one!! Thank you.


This is awesome and is now officially in the running for my Christmas cards! Awesome work Julie!


Julie, this is such a beautiful card. I love all the little details. Thanks for sharing!

Diane Lapointe

Beautiful card Julie!! Love it!


GORGEOUS! I love those hat pins now. When I first saw the Pretties kit, I wondered how I would use them! Should have known the great talent out there would make me want MORE!


Lois Michael

Absolutely Beautiful!!!!!!


this card is so beautiful even without the pin1

Rose Ann

This is so gorgeous! I love your sponged background, and Puffy Paint! The fold and pin are a lovely addition!

Vivian Swain

This is an awesome card. I love how you revived this old stamp set and gave it new life. This is a favorite stamp set of mine and love what you did with it.

Vivian Swain

Kris A

Breathtaking!!! I'm off to make some single layer cards like this. I love the hinge too. Have never done that but here I go. Once again - you have provided great inspiration! THANKS!!


SO GORGEOUS! I agree with you this is an AMAZING Christmas card!!

Beth b.

Julie - wow that is just gorgeous!! And you make it seem so simple too. do you have to do anything to keep the pastels from smearing? I don't have pastels; are they available in the SU catalog? are they chalks? Anyway - thanks for sharing - it is a stunning card.

Beth (mommy to an almost-4 yr old)

Stefanie (ssummerer)

Beautiful card Julie! Thanks for sharing!

Diane McCornack

what a beautiful card!! I'm going to give it a try!!


Beautiful card Julie! I love the sweet, perfect simplicity of it:)

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