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June 15, 2012



Oooo so pretty! Smart thinking Patty.

Ter ;)

Ruthie Burkey

OMG!!! Patty, you never cease to amaze me!

cindee Wilkinson

Oh my! This is a GREAT idea! I love this paper by itself, but this really dresses it up. I love more options.......


WOAH! That is SO COOL!!!!

Joy Hannabass

I think those little creative juices run 24/7 in that brain of your Patty. You think of more neat things to do!
This is adorable!

Patricia Willey

Well that's a cool find Patty! Looks fantastic with your Postage Due collage!

Sara Nell Langland

What a GREAT idea! I absolutely love Postage Due, too!

Donna Bagwell

Wow, Patty - what a great idea. Now I can hardly wait to get back home to try this myself. It will be a great technique to teach at my July 10 class.


Patty!!!!!! I LOVE this! I went right out into my craft area and using Cajun Craze and Island Indigo, I used the paper with the design that has four scallops (I can't think what to call this!) and every other row is CC and every other row is II. I did find that if you use the ink pad for color it is much softer. I used the ink pad and then came back today to finish using reinker and had to do the others over but WOW! They are stunning. Thanks for the idea and blessing my day. :)


Love the look. How do you keep coming up with more good ideas! This technique puts another carrot in front of the rabbit to give aqua painter a try . . .

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