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August 11, 2018

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Bleubeard and Elizabeth

This is so beautiful. It was good to see you using an ArtChix lady in your art, too. The solar system she's standing on looks perfect for her, too. I really like the hot colors that play so nicely with the dark background. This is an incredible entry and a favorite nursery rhyme of mine, too.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth

Just saw your questions on my 2nd Thursday Tutorial. You spread the glue as thin as possible, then wait till it gets tacky before you add the second color you want to crackle. Here's the order: first layer is dark color. It must be totally dry before adding the white glue. Spread white glue, allow to get tacky, then add a second color. Wait for the magic to appear!!

I have made several stencils using my large hot glue gun. The idea is to keep the design loose, but make sure at least one spot is attached to the main body of the piece. Mine all turned out abstract, since I don't draw worth a hoot!

Bev

Ah, the star wish brings back memories. I used to wish my "boyfriend" would come and sit by me at the outdoor movie when I was in about the 5th grade! Thanks for the memory!

Lori Saul

Love this beautiful and creative mixed media card-wowser!

Deann

A great verse and and lovely illustration...beautiful work.

Hazel H

A beautiful card, the verse and images are lovely.
xxx Hazel.

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