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March 23, 2012

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Becky Elliott

Gorgeous tags!! I'm definitely going to try this! Thanks for the tips and tricks.

Johanne L.

Very beautiful tags. Love the techniques you used. Thanks for the tutorial.

Suzanne Russell

I'm so glad to get some step-by-step instructions for making your gorgeous, glittery, embellishments! Chipboard is just cardboard, right? I have long been confused about that and therefore didn't know what to do. Love the sample projects and now I can go forth and create with confidence! :)

Renee VanEpps

This was like crafty Heaven Melissa! Half way through I was still so excited to be getting step by steps from YOU, that I had to stop and start over so I understood every single word!! LOL!! No joke though, thanks so much for the tips I can not wait to try them out!!!

Cindy

Your tags are beautiful. A really cheap way to get chipboard is to save cereal boxes. They work great with PTI dies!

Nancy

love your step by step tutorial! I save all my cereal and oatmeal boxes for chipboard. I make alot of mini scrapbooks and find this the easiest to work with. I never thought to dry emboss chipboard - great idea! It also cuts well in the Cricut machine too. I make my own chipboard frames to use on cards.

Debbie Olson

So incredibly beautiful, Melis--love your article and hope to see many more from yoU!

Debbie

Pendra

Thanks for sharing some of your tips today... it is always so neat to see how you do, what you do! And I just adore what you do!!
Crafty Hugs,
Pendra

Susan

How brilliant a tutorial from you. I am hoping to create something as beautiful as your work. Thank you for sharing.

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