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Hola! I've been reading your site for a long time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from New Caney Texas! Just wanted to say keep up the great work!

Cindy (aka Scrapcollectr)

P.S. I love the font of your banner title. What is it called? Wish I could train my hand to write that way! *smile*

Cindy (aka Scrapcollectr)

So cool... that butterfly looks like its going to fly away..... and the reverse masking has jumped to the front of the idea line in my head.... Lol.

Kelly Klapstein

A wonderful technique to share....I will give it a whirl soon! Gorgeous card!


Love this idea, I am thinking this would be great for a Thanksgiving card.


This is beautiful! I might have to give the reverse masking technique a try sometime :). Thanks for the tutorial!

Fonda Jo

Love the card, all of it!!


Wow! You are seriously my new favorite blogger — loving your work. It's gorgeous, innovative and inspiring! So happy to have found you!


Great card Wanda!!! Love the color choices, the butterfly, the sentiment ALL of it. XO


I've been wanting to try this technique too! Thanks for the reminder. You did a great job! Love it!


Love this technique! I've had some Tim Holtz masking sheets for such a long time with the thought of using them with my Cricut, still haven't but using the Nestabilities would be so much easier!! Thanks for the step-by-step!! I'm inspired again by your beautiful card!!

Rose C.

Love this card! Thanks for sharing your technique. Definitely a keeper!

Belinda Basson

Oh, thanks for the reminder, I had forgotten about this technique. Off to try this out!

Audrey Pettit

What a cool technique, Wanda! And such beautiful stamp choices! I so love that YOU inspire me to break out my stamps more. I started as a stamper, but have really gotten away from a lot of that, so I thank you. Now I wanna go play in my scraproom. This is absolutely gorgeous, my friend. :)

pocket folders

Pretty great technique to produce such lovely masking. I've tried masking technique just in photoshop, and this sure is interesting to try. I wanted to get down with my hands and make such too, thanks for the idea.


Beautiful card!


I LOVE how this turned out, Wanda - want to drop everything and go try it myself - just gorgeous!!

Holly Saveur

Hi Wanda
Gorgeous card love the idea!
So happy for you..you indeed have a FAB. blog..and are a VERY sweet and kind person..and I am so Happy too I am your blog reader!!!Thanks for all the great ideas and time you give me/us!
Hugs Holly.

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