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March 22, 2007


Gina K.

Brilliant...again! LOL!
Love it.
Gina K.

Jackie in NC

How cool is that?? And I love the green and black together, what a great combination.


Great TAG tip. Thanks so much for sharing!


That could be the cutest monster I've ever seen! And thanks for the tag tip. I'll be using that for sure!


Love the coloring - the little guy really glows! Great job Asela. :)


Love your ideas! YOu are so very creative. I like the fact that you demonstrate how to make these cards. You have convinced me to buy Prisma colored pencils. I tried it for the first time on my Stampedous bee card. I need to practice:)


Those little guys are too much! Thanks for the tag tip - I'll have to try that one soon.



Asela, that looks amazing! You rock!

Bethany Paull

Oh my gosh! How ever did you come up with that idea for the sentiment tag? Ingenious!

Natasha Trupp

Oh my goodness! This is brilliant! The colours pop, and what a cute phrase paired with that image. I love those little guys, but cannot justify getting just now.


This monster just pops with these colors! You are making me want to pull out my A Muse monster stamps! Great job - love the scallop tag too - I made one a little bigger like this a while back, but I love the smaller "word window" size.

Kathy scs kathat

Great card and I do agree that the CB Swirls look awesome in black. I love the color combo that you used and you did an incredible job (as usual) coloring. I wanna color like you when I grow up!

A. Sanborn

Wonderful tutorial using your square scallop punch Asela! You told me you weren't very good at TAGS... *wink* I'll need to give it a whirl! SUPAH Cute card!


I LOVE this tag! great great great!!! (thanks)


Congrats to you for winning!:o) This tag idea is super. Thnsk for the tutorial.

Lisa C.

I totally love how your tag looks, thank you so much for the tutorial. I don't have the scallop square yet, but do have the scallop oval, possilby the oval can be used to do something similar!

Kendra - SCS: apigonfire

I've been wanting this set forever! How cool! Keep posting and I'm sure I'll have to buy them! LOL I love your first card with them! How original to use the scallop punch to make your sentiment "frame"! Congrats on winning the Illustrator search! I know I'm going to *HAVE* to have Asela stamps! :) You totally deserve all of these great things!
Off to comment for the free blog candy! :)

Deb AKA Turtle

I would have never thought of that. I'll have to go play with my punches now. By the way, great job on getting pulished (next post). Your crafts are so beautiful, I'm not surprised. Keep up the wonderful crafty expressions. I'm thoroughly enjoying your blogs. Thanks for sharing.

Cindy Lou Who

That is WAY COOL!!! Can I steal your idea and post it to my blog? I will totally credit you! That just ROCKS!!! WOW!!! Ur a pretty fart smeller!! *snort*


How FREAKIN' cool is that???!!!!


Wow, what a cool idea! Now I can REALLY HARDLY wait for my giga scallop square to arrive! ;) Thanks for sharing your wonderful idea!


Another FAB tutorial...TFS.

Teresa Chapman

WOW - what a gret tutorial! Thank you!

Beth F

That is the coolest idea. May I use it?


Well the card is absolutely adorable and I'm almost ready to break down and buy those monster stamps but that tip for the label is so fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing! I'm so glad Bethanypaul linked your site!

Karen S

What a neat idea. I will definitely have to remember that for the future. Thanks for the wonderful tip. You are so talented, I love your coloring.

patti moffett

Wonderful new us for the scallop punch...showed my SU demo and she went wild...
one of those duh moments when suddenly you see what you have in a new light


Be careful if you use solvents, Gamasol etc, prismacolor clear markers ,whatever to blend, they are dangerous if inhaled or contact your skin, always wear a mask and gloves. You might want to look into an electic eraser for colored pencils etc and other techniques.

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