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November 21, 2011

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Paula LacKamp

Betsy, this card is stunning. I have halted production on my current Christmas card, ordered these two stamp sets, and plan on making these instead! LOVE what you have done!

Lynn

Betsy, your samples are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing the inks you used! Helps me to read that too! Gorgeous, gorgeous!

Nerina

This is so striking - your elements just work perfectly with this technique. Such a beautiful card and so much inspiration, thank you!

Donna K

what a great technique and a beautiful card. thanks for showing a second version as well! I'll have to cast a new eye on my stamp sets. thanks

Betty Sue

The video was great. The techniques you used were great and you are a great teacher. As always you are such an inspiration. I love everything you do. Thank you and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Jennifer Ferrell

Betsy this is the most beautiful Christmas card I have ever seen! The Nativity scene captures the true meaning of Christmas! I am in complete awe of your card!
Kindest regards,
Jennifer

Meredith

I sang your praises on the forum, and I'll do it again - you AMAZE me with the way you can put stamps and ink together!! I am constantly inspired by your work, and I can't WAIT to try this technique!!

Holly Saveur

Gorgeous Betsy really will try this...LOVE your cards!

Leigh Penner

Oh, these are both so gorgeous, Betsy! Thanks so much for sharing this video tutorial!

Lisa

Very soft and pretty Betsy! I loved trying this technique...thanks for the video!

Laura Bassen

Thanks for the great video, I love your cards!!!

DiAnn

I want to thank you for the inspiration for my card, it has been way to long since I did a card with the true meaning of Christmas. May you have a Blessed Christmas Season and last throughout the year.

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