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April 17, 2007


Mel M. M. M.

Astoundingly brilliant! Thank you SO much for sharing how you did this! :O)

Sara in WI

I love this technique. I only have white and brown flock so I made my faux velvet ribbon with white flocking on black CS. It was stunning!


Oh, you STINKER!!! Why do you always have to be so doggone clever??? Thankfully, you are, and I'm petting you through the screen in hopes it rubs of onto me!!! Smooches! Jules

Debbie Fisher

Ellen, what a CLEVER idea! Love it!

K Ostvig

love this idea I love the flocking.


Hi Ellen! I've been admiring your blog for a while now and I just wanted to let you know I tagged yours from mine (you know- that new blog thing - someone tagged mine and I have to play it forward and tag my 5 favorites). I don't know if you have time to play - but here is the link just in case:

Debbie Olson

Thud. . . What a great idea! I don't think I have flocking, but this is perfect--must obtain some!


Love this idea! Where do you buy flocking at? I'm sure they carry it at Michaels or similar but I have no clue what section to look?


Thank you for posting this! I've been thinking about my old flocking powders for awhile now, and just got that glue pad. Now I know what to play with next. Perfect timing! :D



Your talent just blows me away. After seeing how you did the faux velvet ribbon, I am so glad I ordered this set before it went out of stock. I don't know why I am so drawn to your card, cuz I usualy like my elaborate cards, but this one is so simple, clean, but elegant. I will just have to try it. I have red flock already so I can try it when I get my set. Thanks for sharing your awesome talent with all of us.


What a gorgeous idea... I LOVE it!

Jessica (jessrose21)

What a brilliant idea! I've never had much luck with flocking, but this is worth a try. TFS!

Rose Ann

Thanks for sharing how you did the ribbon. I love it!

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