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March 27, 2018


Stephanie Clapper

Hi Michelle! Even though this was a transformation challenge, I love both of your cards-well because I LOVE everything you make! :) May I also take this opportunity to ask you a favor? I'm a huge fan of the Edger dies but haven't been able to purchase the Point Edgers II since they were released. I tried to order them on their release night, but was unable. (The site crashed and then they were out of stock). I hope you will forgive my (1st) complaint, it's something I've never done before. I have subscribed a request to purchase the die (and a few others) but was wondering if you would pass my comment along. Again, I apologize if this sounds like I'm complaining. Thank you Michelle, for sharing your beautiful work. :)


Michelle, your transformation card is so lovely, but then so was your first card--love them both! The colors in each one provide the defining contrast for me, both so well chosen to set the feeling/sentiment. I always enjoy seeing what you've created. tfs

Greta H

You've made me change my idea of what to do for the challenge this time, Melissa, as I adore both your cards! Instead of redoing one I don't like, I'm going to change one I was happy with--such a fun challenge! PS--thanks for inspiring me to use some of my enamels for MIM & I'm going to try & work more into my transformed card--LOVE the look of your splatters here!

Nancy Penir

I'm so glad you explained your 'transformation' as more of a contrast transform. Both cards are so beautiful, but happily different and definitely a contrast from each other. And gorgeous detailing and layering as usual! And I agree with Greta, LOVE the splatters!!!

Becky Green

I JUST LOVE your cards, Melissa! They're BOTH GORGEOUS!!!! I LOVE the "new" enamel splatters AND the striped vellum on your second card! I just LOVE this image! (Maybe, put in a word for more of these lined floral images from PTI??? For those of us that love to color, they're wonderful!) BEAUTIFULLY DONE!!! THANK YOU, Melissa!!! ;)


Technique question. Did you create embossed splatters with water in the sprayer (followed by powder, heat, etc.)?

April Driggers

OOOOOOOOOOH this is droolworthy! <3 love!

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