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Thursday, June 4, 2009

Hangover on Stamp TV!

Have you been wanting to learn new techniques? I have. I found a terrific place, too! Stamp TV! Yes. I know - it's been there for awhile now. But I just took the time to actually watch a few. They are very clear, and very professional. Try them out.... Go on.... They're free!!


My friend Lee hosted this challenge on Stamp TV. It was to use two or more images from different seasons. So, I started with winter (snowflake on the left), move through spring and summer in the middle, and then late summer early fall with the butterflies. The details are in my SCS gallery!
Enjoy your day! Ta for now... ~ky

17 comments:

  1. love the bright colors Ky.. this is brilliant!

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  2. This is BEAUTIFUL Ky! Very cohesive! I think it's fabulous!

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  3. LOve the layout of the card as well as how you used the stamp here.

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  4. I just love all the colors you combined on this card. Beautiful!

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  5. Great way to incorporate those seasonal stamps...I love the snowflake in the corner...love it!

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  6. Great card.

    And thanks for the reminder about Stamp TV...I have seen a few of their tuts...and loved them...and then I get on with life and forget!

    Have a great weekend.

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  7. GREAT card Ky, and such a neat challenge too. Your card came out FABULOUS :)

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  8. so cute! love it, and love the background of your blog :)

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  9. hee hee.....really great card Ky!!

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  10. love your paper and stamp choice. pretty!

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  11. this turned out fabulous. great use of iamges.

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  12. I'm so glad you played!!!!! I think your card using each season turned out waaaaaaay coooool!!! I'm so happy you're at Stamp TV my friend!!!!

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