Just a Note by Debbie Fisher 7


Happy Tuesday! Today, I have a fun card to share with you. I stamped the floral image onto a page out of an old Anne of Green Gables book. I have my own Anne of Green Gables book, but this was an old one that was found in a pile the library was giving away.

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I colored the image with Irojiten Color Dictionary Pencilsand then went around the whole image with Dual Brush Pen 491-Glacier Blue. I added a few white dots with a gel pen. I like using Tombow’s Mono Glue Stick when adhering newsprint or papers that stronger adhesive sometimes tears. It is also easier to add glue to the whole panel so that it doesn’t buckle up. I used Mono Adhesive Permanent to adhere the rest of the layers.

Tomorrow, Marie is going to be our hostess for our monthly challenge. This card fits her challenge. Can you guess what it is? Be sure to check back and play along with us.

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