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August 30, 2009


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Sharon Clarke

My entry is down a ways on my blog. I have two scrapbook pages using the cloud sponging- a blank Noah's Ark one and a baby boy one (hard to see the details). My favorite template WAS the large scallop oval die, but now I am going to have to try your new one, with all the small scallop circles- sooo cool! Off to experiment!!!


This is so cool Gretchen! I really miss my cloud template and actually sold it. Leave it to you to come up with something brilliant to take it's place. I love it. Thanks for sharing and being such an inspiration!


I can hardly wait to try this technique...thanks so much for sharing...


hello gretchen..i love your site.

i posted a link to my blog, but you have to scroll down to the picture of the card i just made using a the "All in the Family set".

I'm keeping my fingers crossed!


Hi, I want to say thank you for providing the instructions. Like you said, it is easy and indeed it is. I have fun trying out a new technique. I hope you like my "creation".

Leonie Schroder

Oh Gretchen youre a legend ... i just tried to do a brayered sky and its laboursome and i'm getting lines - sigh ... going to get my bigshot out now and my scalloped circle die and punch

thanks again


Peggy Whitlow

Gretchen I love how you share the talents that the Lord has given you. I like to brayer but it is a lot of steps. This sponge sky die is so cleaver.

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