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« Dawns Sunday Share 10-24-10 | Main | Deck the Halls Christmas card »

October 25, 2010


This is such a beautiful card. Thank you both. I guess I'm just going to have to CASE this one!!!

Dawn: do you have a tutorial on the resist technique? I am intrigued by how you have the white flowers so clearly defined. As always thank you for sharing your talent, you enrich my life!

What a pretty card. I will be trying that this afternoon. Thank you Dawn and Erika.

Please show us how you did this...it's beautiful. I think it would make a lovely sympathy card, also.

Love the card; so crisp and clean! Visiting your web site is part of my morning routine. Thanks for a great start to each day, Dawn! (Thanks to Erika also for sharing her card with you!) Good job on the "Spunky" haircut! So happy for you that hubby is home. Is it about time to winterize the "momo", as my two year grandson calls my hubby's motorcycle? I am not as brave as you though. Have a great day and thanks again for sharing your wonderful talent.

pleeeese do a tutorial!!!!!

Beautiful, both cards are great!

really a very beautiful card. Love the colors used. Thanks for sharing.

What gorgeous cards. I love the changes you made Dawn with the extra flowers and pearls etc. Thanks for the inspiration. I'm going to try this one for sure.

Beautiful card, please do a tutorial. Love your blog and look forward to it everyday.

So lovely!!! I haven't done this technique in a long time. Both cards are simply gorgeous!

I would love to see a tutorial on this card...I always look forward to your creativity!!! Thanks Dawn...Love IT!!!

Yes, please do a video...how do you make the shadows? Really love the color combination.

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