Sunday, September 12, 2010

More Downline Swaps...

Good Evening!
As promised, here are a couple more of my downline swaps.  I can't rave enough about my downline!  They are a super group of ladies.

This first card is from Margie Slyck.  Look really close and you'll see she used the scallop trim border punch as a template and did some sponging over it to give it dimension.  Clever!



And this last card is from Micky Seerveld.  I know you are going to ask tons of questions, so go looky lou at her blog:  http://www.stampingcharm.blogspot.com/.  I saw she did a tutorial of sorts on how she did it.  This is WAY over the top!


I'll be back in a few days to show you some of the "projects" we'll be doing at my Holiday Expo.  Make sure you let me know if you'll be coming so I have enough supplies for everyone! 
Have a super Monday tomorrow!

Thanks for stopping by! Email me at robynscherzer@hotmail.com if you have any questions!

11 comments:

  1. Great cards. Thanks for sharing the link for the second one, I will check it out. :)

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  2. You have some talented folks in your downline! These are great.

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  3. Some fabulous cards! I'm off to peek at the tutorial for the second one now!

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  4. Love your ghost card. Fabulously spooky.

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  5. Great cards! I love the subtle sponging on the top card - so pretty! The Halloween card is awesome - so much fun! TFS!

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  6. Love the ghost card. Now I want the spider web embossing folder for sure.

    The Stampinator

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  7. Great cards! Love Margie's fun detail sponging over the punch. Micky's card is just too much fun! They both did a great job! :)

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  8. Cute cards! I love the birds and the colors you used are so pretty together! Thanks for sharing, have a peaceful day!

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  9. I'm particularly interested in the card with the three birdies. Please, is there a tut on that one?

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  10. Sorry there is not a tutorial on the the 3 bird card. All she did was take her punch and punch out the template. Lay it on top of the card stock and take a sponge and sponge the color over it. I believe she used River Rock.

    Hope that helps!

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