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thanks, tim - great technique!

what is there to say, besides: you rock. sadly, not everyone is as open and sharing as you are. i'm so grateful you're sharing your gifts with us, as there is no way i could ever afford to travel and take one of your classes, so this is 2nd best - although i do love to see your smiling face in your videos!
happy and safe travels, tammy b

Love it, love it, love it! Defintely going to have to try it & I even have all the tools I need at home! I might try to purchase some similar stamps though. I just started a book club with some of my online scrappin friends that are fellow book worms as well & these would make great bookmarks! Thanks Tim! :)

hurrah! I've been lovingly stalking yoor blog all day waiting...absolutely worth it! Thanks again for doing this for us!! Your products inspire creativity, and when you demo them the juices start flowing! Gotta run, I've got tags to make -luanne

perfect inspiration! I never thought about remelting embossing and removing it with a paper. I have all the tools I need for this example :) yippiee! And I'm off again on the next step of my journey. Cya all along the way.

t!m, You're right it's all about the sharing. It's what got me into this industry and it's what makes me most happy to stay in it. I appreciate you're willingness to share so openly your creative talents. Thanks again, I am off to my studio to 'unclutter' it, reorganize my space and start to create again. This technique will be first on my list. diane

Hi Tim, thanks for the lovely tag. My sister in law and I went to a show on Sat and saw someone demonstrate blending distress inks on gloss card. I'd never tried them on gloss before but they did blend really nicely and s-i-l and I spent all evening playing - do you often use gloss card?
Have a safe flight.

Gorgeous tag... You're at Ranger this week? Stop by and have a beer... ;-)


Great !
I was just wondering
if a normal iron would work, for the ones like me that does not have a craft iron

I really love that batik look !!! thanks for sharing !! :=)

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