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March 24, 2009


Peggy Maier

SO pretty, Asela! The gingham paper really sets off the image!

cathy tidwell

Ohhh so yummy looking!! Excellent tutorial Asela! These look like you can pick them right off your card, lol! So makes me want my plants to GROW!

Gabriela (Gabi With An Eye)

A+ on the tutorial and another A+ on the exquisite blending. I adore your tomato card.


Awesome card!! Thanks for sharing the step-by-step pictures of your coloring. I would love to just sit and watch you for a few hours:)


What a beautiful step-by-step tutorial, Asela. This almost wants me want to get the copics, LOL.
Thanks for sharing and enjoy a very Happy Birthday!!

Lynn Mercurio

Holy tomato...this is fantastic. What a wonderful step by step guide to the perfect tomato!


Asela, Beautiful! The tomatoes look good enough to eat! Thank you for the tutorial! I am off to practice, practice practice!

Debbie S.

Fantastic tutorial and lovely card. The colors you used are stunning.


Asela, you have truly mastered the Copics! Those tomatoes look good enough to eat - yum.

I think I'm a day late but wanted to wish you a Happy Birthday and Happy Anniversary. I hope you did something fun and exciting.



This was really beautiful and informative. I'm going to have to get the courage to try may markers. Thank you for sharing.


Gorgeous!!! Love the mini lesson here!!!! You always do such great work!

Joan B

gorgeous, as always!


ohhhh these look just delicious :) love the glow!

Leonie Castro

Love the tutorial, wish it was on video too!

severe hypertension

In cooking the food, especially vegetables, decreases the amount of vitamins, therefore, in many cases it is preferable to prepare with little to no cooking, and the tomato is a fruit that can either be eaten raw, just with salt and little oil. But even after cooking preserves vitamins pretty good power.

Ajf 6

The hope of green fields, we yearn for the dream!

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