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March 31, 2008


Mel M. M. M.

Astounding technique and what gorgeous results. I love the blue tulips. SO inspired and so very inspiring! Thank you for sharing your talent! :O)

Lori Forester

Hi Ellen,
I ordered and recieved my nestabilities from you and they got here today. I'm sooooo excited!!!!! I'm interested in some copic markers but I don't know where to start. Am I better off buying a set or chosing individual colors? I have Tombow markers and love them and was thinking of just getting some similar colours to what I have in those. What would a good set to start with be??
Thanks alot


Love this Ellen.. So glad I am going down the list on my blog and looking at everyone's blogs this morning!!


Spectacular! I'm vellum-challenged but really must try harder.


This is soooo beautiful!

Heather McNally

Beautiful card Ellen! You put such care and love into your work! It shows.

CherylQuilts at SCS

How beautiful!! And what a great tutorial!! Thanks so much!


TERRIFIC Tulips!! Your card is a work of art, I love it. This makes a wonderful SOTM Kit and I have to try to get it done since I have all of the supplies. TFS and inspiring.

Marja Schellenberg

Wonderful wath a great artwork.


oh, it's gorgeous! I keep thinking I need to try to combine my stamping with Pergamano--this is fabulous!

Rose Ann

This is absolutely gorgeous, Ellen!!

Stefanie Staniak

Great card Ellen. I love the technique too. TFS.

Alli Miles

ELLEN!!! *falls over* This is just about the most BEAUTIFUL thing I ever did see.

diane mcvey

"What they all said!"...such a stunning image, I just LOVE it! I know mine would never look like this, but I may give it a try! Thank you for the gorgeous post! :D

Linda Bullard

Such a pretty card, using one of my favorite techniques with vellum/parchment paper! I have some April birthday cards to make, so thanks for the inspiration. Your discussion about adhesives with vellum gave me an idea also. I'll e-mail you about that. Linda

Sharon Harnist

Gorgeous, Ellen, thanks so much for revisiting this beautiful artform -- I can't wait to try it!

Karen Wallace

Gorgeous, I'm just getting into the copics and love them. Thanks so much, have you tried the sheer heaven vellum, it's awesome!! Can use anything on it and even run through the printer it does not smear. Water color chalks, anything works on it. is the website, yes it's an 8 Thanks for a wonderful tutorial
Karen W

Cheryl Horton

Oh Ellen - two things, One I am so jealous that you are seeing tulips, here in Maine we still have snow I mean it even snowed yesterday. They will come I know. 2nd - Wow and I'll say it again WOW what a beautiful card. Thanks for such a detailed description and great photos. Beautiful, just beautiful!


Ellen!!! This is gorgeous!!!

Sue B

Stunning. Really love the tulip image.

Debbie Olson

Oh, Ellen! This is breathtakingly lovely! You've definitely inspired me tonight!


Awesome, beautiful, stunning card - you are a bundle of pure talent. The colored images are detailed and realistic, the papers and embellishments coordinate perfectly, the techniques are faultless, and you throw in a little OCD for good measure. This is definitely my kind of project! ;-D
Tulips and daffodils are the first signs of spring and they've already faded here in the deep south - BooHoo. I was hoping to visit the NW in April and see some of the tulip farms, but today we bought tickets for May and August. I'm ecstatic to have my flights booked, but hate that I'll miss the beautiful tulip season.
Thanks for the fun blogs, the beautiful projects, and the step-by-step tutorials.

Ruth Gore

Wheee! I am so glad I checked early, but I never expected to see the April stamp of the month already! I can hardly wait! Beautiful card, so soft and lovely.

Linda Duke

WOW!! I want it!!! *wink* It's just beautiful. Must give this a try. Thanks for all your posts so we can read and learn. You have know idea how much it is appreciated. Thanks Ellen

Marsha Carlsen

Gorgeous! As usual, you have once again outdone yourself. Your colors and technique are awesome.

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