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August 24, 2013

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Candida

Betsy, I lOVED watching your video! While watching the video I was wondering what you were going to do with all those colors and items... wow! what a lovely card! So sweet! Thank you so much for sharing!

Helen F.

Oh how fun are your little tags? Love your videos Betsy, you have the most creative ideas~I'm going to try this technique too :)

Nancy

The soft sherberty colors you were able to obtain with this technique are very pretty. And it's great how it stretches out the quantities of neutral items in our stashes. The card is so sweet, working perfectly with those colors. Thanks for sharing.

Tracey McNeely

Love the Kool Aid technique Betsy, great sample!

SheriE

Love this idea. The soft colors are so pretty. Can you save the Kool-Aid to use at a later date? I was thinking of doing them in jars.

Smilesandink.wordpress.com

Such a wonderful idea! I love the tea stained look, but rarely do I craft my cards in a style that goes well with the technique. I tend more towards bright, fun cards than vintage or shabby (which I think tea staining accents the best). So thanks so much for the alternate staining idea! :)

Lori Aragon

EEK! Koolaid!!! Oh my goodness how FUN :) Thanks Betsy ♥

Lyndsey

Very neat idea! Love the colors :) I was curious to know if the tags/felt/other dyed items have a fruity smell to them since you are using fruit flavored Kool-Aid

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