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Kathryn Timinskas

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  • hi Kathryn the snow is made with a combination of my buttered buttons technique and faux frosting. http://butternutsagedesigns.blogspot.com/2013/03/buttered-eggs.html


  • Hi Kathryn!  You can find a link to the tutorial for the technique on our challenge blog..


    A couple of the design team  members have tutorials as well and I have the steps listed o my blog here.. lauri-paperville.blogspot.com

    Hope you try it ouw and share your results!

  • Hello Kathryn,

    thank you very much for your comment to my Pop Up Slider Card! :o)

    i've done this card by this instructional video :


    In German the Pop Up Slider Card is called "Ziehkarte", look for the card with the green frog :o)

    It's really easy to understand, the measurements (in cm) are displayed in the video

    greetings from Germany, Petra

  • Kathryn, I have also heard this works...althought I have not tried it!


  • HI Kathyrn!  Thanks for your comment on the doily die;  I use a cardstock shim, plus I run it through twice (rotating it the second time through). it is a little tricky so I use repositionable tape when I attach the cardstock the first time to minimize any shift when I rotate it.  That being said....for every one or two that come out good, I still get one that doesnt!  Probably why I don't use that die very often!  It is pretty though!

  • Hi Kathryn,  I'm going to post a picture of the back side of the scrapbook purse today so you can see how the envelopes are attached to another piece of paper. (the piece of paper is the base.)  Have a grea day and thanks for the nice comment. I appreciate it.
  • Kathryn-just saw your comment on Polished Stone. I have more details in this post http://www.sunflowerstamper.com/2011/05/sail-away-1-2-details.html. Polished stone is done on glossy cardstock, and blends the inks together with metallic to give a marbled look-like a marbled countertop. If you have more questions, let me know!! Jennifer
  • Hi Kathryn
    I tried to email you but it bounced back to me. I have added the directions on the card that you commented on. Hope you have fun making the flowers, they are easy and look elegant.
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