What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Jean Young

What state do you live in?


What is your DBWS address (other)?


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  • Thanks - got them!!!!!

  • Thank YOU, Jean, for your sweet comment on my wall.  Feel free to share my videos.  I have a give-away coming up soon for everyone who has ever shared one of my videos and another in the works for anyone who will share my next video (shhh... it's a secret as to what it will be... but I'm pretty sure you will love it, wink!)

  • Hi Jean. No, I don't have any sisters in school. I did look up to see where Marshalltown is in Iowa though. I have a daughter at DMU in Des Moines so once in a while we get down to Iowa.

  • Jean--you live in Marshalltown!! What a small world.  Who is your upline?  Mine is Sue Runge.


  • Hi Jean

    I have 2 video at this time on my blog at www.frenchiestamps.com on the Framlits, Edglites and the blossom punch to make a butterfly will be out Tuesday the 10.

    Have a great night


  • Hi Jean - glad you liked my butterfly pansies card.  I learned from another demonstrator friend how to make them.  It's my pleasure to teach you! For each pansy, you need to punch two butterflies from S.U. Shimmer Paper. You'll also need re-inkers (I used More than Mustard & Elegant Eggplant). Other supplies: aquapainters (a separate one for each color), brads, a Stampin' Writer (black), and a spay bottle (filled with water).  To start, put  a some drops of each re-inker color on a plate (2 separate areas). Spray each butterfly liberally with water.  Dip the aquapainter in the first color (eggplant). Gently touch the aquapainter to the edge of the very wet butterfly.  Watch the WOW factor as the ink spreads. Continue touching around the edges (to your liking). Use the 2nd aquapainter to dip into the 2nd color; touch it in the "inside" of the butterfly (more than mustard)...WOW again :)  Now the hard part...wait for it to dry! You can use a heat gun but you need to be careful that you don't burn the paper.  I just prefer to let them air-dry.  (You can also curl up the ends of the butterfly slightly for some dimension.)  Once they dry, use the black Writer to draw a few lines (refer to the picture) and use a brad to attach the 2 butterflies together...which now magically transforms into a pansy!  Hope that helps and you can teach others now!!!  ~Judy
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