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July 18, 2009

Another video...

Happy Saturday. 

Quick note: Those Kraft Notecards are from Hero Arts.  You can get them HERE.  They rock, and the envelopes match, so you have decorate them to match.

Forgot to share a link to my latest class Thinking Inking class.  HERE it is...


Love these alcohol ink techniques.  Here is one of the cards...

TI week 5 3 e (c) - click HERE.

Have a good weekend. :)


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Beautiful card. Great video, thanks for sharing.

Thank you for sharing this wonderful technique ... I always wondered how those flowers were made. Another awesome video!!

I enjoyed this video so much and I learned a ton. I like the way you inked those flowers an idea that i would like to borrow. Looking forward to week six. Have a great weekend too. :o)


Lovely color and designs. Thanks so much for sharing.

Sandi N.


I thought I saw a video last week where you stamped a butterfly using walnut distress ink and then used a watercolor technique with distress inks to fill in the inside. I went out this weekend and purchased supplies, but now I can't find the video. Can you point me in the right direction?


I found it on April 30!!

Hi, Jennifer! This is my first posting here.
Thanks for all the videos with so many great tips!
Those were so much fun, and I'm sure we have another fun in this week.
(Thanks so much for your twittering about my work! I was so surprised, and I had so much honored.)

Love, Tomo (aka tomoh)

I love your ideas!!!!! So glad I found your blog! The flowers are absolutely gorgeous! I need more ranger products..LOL

Thanks again,

Where do you find the "shiney"/slick paper that you use?

it is white glossy paper from ranger.

great ideas, i never thot to use alcohol inks on flowers and buttons. can't wait to try it!

Jennifer - you are so inspiring! I tweeted last week about how you enabled me to buy lots of new Tim Holtz stuff. Thought I would share with you my first creations with it. Thanks for this wonderful class!


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