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Industrial Blueprint set of 4

My next class coming up in February.  I thought I would share.  This set of Industrial Blueprints is a great introduction to distressing paper.  Using water colour and distress inks is a quick easy set of masculine cards and a fun way to learn about distress inks!
 
 


Using a little hardware really adds to the masculine set.  Not to mention I love adding them.  If you're in the area and would like to take a class with me, sign up!  I have a couple classes;) Check them out HERE.

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  1. Love what you have done with these and you have just given me a wonderful Idea for a card.. now if I only remember it later in the craft room.. take care

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  2. These cards are great! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Nicole...these cards using Tim's blueprint stamps are very very cool. Looks like this will be a really fun class! Thanks for the super sweet comment that you left on my blog. You always are so positive. :) I was excited to see that Barbara was snapped up by Simon Says Stamp as well. She's really such a sweet lady and a very talented one, too. :) Have a great weekend! <3 Candy

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  4. These cards are great! This should be a great class!
    You are a talented lady!

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  5. Great cards Nicole :)
    I wish I was closer and could take one of your classes :)

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