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Beautiful work as always Kathy...........the flower child
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I'm in the same 'medal swap' as Kathy & had a ball creating it for my swapmate.

Dry-embossed the ribbon with an EF. Did my 'usual' with the CF. And used altered-chenille to make the findings.
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Glad you posted your medal here Daniel. I just finished cursing the gallery on the other site.

Your frog and dragonfly look good on the craft foam and I can see you textured them too. I didn't see that frog with the images you sent me. Are you holding back on me?

The chenille jumprings are impressive.

I would actually wear that if it had a different color ribbon. I don't do orange or yellow.
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LOL, Kathy! Whatareyourcolors?

I know you had a thing for 'black & blue', but not by choice.

My current colors are purples & green...

Yeah. I was pleased with the 'chenille stem findings'. It's been a while since I used that technique to alter stems.
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Sorry Daniel, what is EF? So, you made the frog and dragonfly with Craft Foam? Nice!!
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Sorry Daniel, what is EF? So, you made the frog and dragonfly with Craft Foam? Nice!!
EF=embossing folder, Julie.
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How do you add color to the craft foam and is it done before or after heating?
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How do you add color to the craft foam and is it done before or after heating?
I use mostly inks (markers & pads) to add color to stamped foam, Terri. Since I prefer working with waterbased ones, I usually add color--then heat the foam to set the pigment. With paint, I have to apply that after heating since most don't shrink when heated.

Once in a blue moon, I use permanent ink markers, but have to be super careful since I can't undo them.
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I did this a while back but it qualifies for this thread. It is not a card it was done on Stampboard. I have been wanting to frame it but the time goes by and it does not get done.
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Great scene Mary. It's going to look nice in a frame. I think I have stampboard somewhere. I'll have to go look for it.
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Thanks Daniel for the info on the coloring. It has such vivid colors. I haven't tried the craft foam yet but I still intend to do so. I also like the texture. Very interesting effect it gives the piece. Such a good idea! Yours & Kathys' pieces are very inspiring.
And Mary I like your scenic stamped piece. I have been trying to do so scenic pieces here lately so I alway like to see how others do them. And yes it would look good in a picture frame!

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Thanx, Terri! I had fun with it.

Loosy. Love your not-a-card! I can so see it in a birch bark frame. TFS!
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