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November 03, 2009



OH! the effect is lovely..perhaps I can do the same for other things such as a daisy or something.


They look gorgeous!

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So pretty butterfly! Mind blowing creations. Thanks for this pictures, so I can make nice stamps to make handmade cards. So adorable! Thanks.


Ellen these are so exquisite! You amaze me again with your creativity. Thanks for putting some sparkle in my day!


Wow - awesome

Cheryl O

How lovely, Ellen, thank you for sharing this technique with us!!! I can hardly wait to try this....

Joanne Basile

Oh. My. Goodness! These are amazing!


Beautiful! Gorgeous. Thanks for sharing this tutorial.

Mary Broussard


Thank you for the wonderful instructions - I love these and have made a few after my stuff came in and plan to make more *G*

They will make great gifts for friends! Your instructions are outstanding and your tutorial is so clear and easy to understand.

Thank you so much.


These are amazing! I just love how beautiful and versatile they are. Awesome!!!


Thank you Ellen for sharing another breath-takingly beautiful creation. The tutorial is detailed, concise, and easy to follow. I will without a doubt make a few of these gorgeous creatures.

Hugs to all,

Lorraine M.

Beautiful, Ellen! I have an acrylic butterfly stamp. Is it okay to use for this technique? I bought some fantasy film in a previous order and needed some direction. Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!

Karolyn Loncon

Gorgeous!! Wouldn't it be so fun to have a bunch of these on my Christmas tree this year? Will definitely add this to my "to do" list for the holidays! Thanks so much for sharing your incredible talents with us!

Debbie Olson

So lovely, Ellen--glad that you're getting some creative time!

Julia Stainton

Gasp! THese are stunning Ellen! I've never had a clue how to use the fantasy film...thanks for the tutorial!


How cool are these!! You offer so neat things!


OhMyGosh Ellen! I love these beauties. Another to-do to add to my list. Thanks a lot! :) Hugs.


I love this idea! Thanks for sharing! Do I NEED all three colors of Fantasy Film? This is my dilemma! I cannot tell from the photo of the different combinations how it would impact the final product. How to choose??

Karen W

Oh Wow, these are truly gorgeous and I"m going to try this with some ornament stamps, just awesome!!!

Cathrine StClair

These are beautiful!

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