Aw, heck, why not? Let’s giveaway more stamps!

Howdy folks! I am feeling pretty darn happy tonight! That storm that might dump 10-15″ of snow on us seems to have shifted a bit so snowfall total tomorrow is now forecasted at 3″-5″, I am relieved because we still have so much snow yet to melt here and I think the kids are out of snow days. Of course I only checked one weather site because I liked that forecast LOL! I’m an optimist I guess! I was playing with some new colored pencils and stamps from About Art Accents yesterday and using the inspiration at Oriental Stamp Art I made this card:

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The challenge at Oriental Stamp Art was to use the folded circles on a card. I also had some stamps from About Art Accents to give away, the winner will receive the 3 dragonfly stamps I used (new ones though LOL!) and a $10 gift certificate (Thanks About Art Accents!) I’m going to show you how I made this card. I used a brand-new supply, Metallic watercolor pencils by Derwent,  I’m not sure what I think of them, I’ll let you be the judge:

I think if I look at these pencils not as metallic colored pencils but as opaque colored pencils or faux bleach look colored pencils I will like them more. It’s all about how you look at things sometimes! I wanted to show you the full stamp set the dragonfly stamps came from, it is normally $20 but it is on sale now for $10! And if you have any non-sale rubber in your order at About Art Accents you can use the coupon code Lindsay10% to save 10% on the regular priced stuff.

I can’t wait to use the snail next, they are so cute and what a bargain, I would not wait if you like them because I have no idea how long the sale will last. So, do you want to win? Well then, just leave a comment and I will pick a winner at random next Tuesday. Yep, that’s it, nifty huh? Thanks to About Art Accents for providing me with stamps to give away and thanks to you for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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  1. I love love love this card! Esp the little rose in the square.

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  2. Love what you do with all your supplies!

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  3. Love the dragonfly stamp in this card! Would look lovely to with butterfly’s I think 🙂

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  4. I like the card and the pencil look

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  5. Love the look of the folded circles. Reminds me of a quilt.

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  6. Pretty card. I have those pencils but haven’t used much. Need to get them and give them some use.

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  7. Love what you did with this! Dragonflies are my all-time favorites. I learn something everyday from you. Thank you.

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  8. Beautiful card, I’d love to have the stamps!

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  9. I loved the dragon fly stamp you used. Would love to have a set.

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  10. Love the card Lindsay—-as always thanks for the share and a chance to win some great product!!!!Happy Crafting to you too.

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  11. Beautiful card! I love the dragonflies stamps and how you used the watercolor pencils to stamp with All of good ideas!

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  12. i love my derwent inktense and watercolor pencils! Might have to invest in the metallic pencils now since you used them so beautifully =]

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  13. Beautiful card! I love the dragonfly stamps and how you used the watercolor pencils to stamp with. You have great ideas!

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  14. Love Dragonflys

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  15. I think your card is beautiful! I love the color on black so much! Would live to win! Oh and I enjoy watching your videos.

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  16. I love the stamps and you always make the best cards,Thanks for sharing

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  17. I would love to win!. Your project is so cool. I love the colors and the folded circles. The dragon fly is gorgeous!

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  18. WOW! Love these stamps.

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  19. Aww, Lindsay, sorry the metallic stamping didn’t work out, but the card is beautiful! I love that dragon fly stamp. Thanks for the chance to win it! I clicked on your link for About Art Accents, but can’t find non stamps stuff! I’ll keep looking!

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  20. I absolutely love the colors and everything about this card. Fabulous

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  21. Dragon stamp is way cool.

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  22. Hope I win! the card is beautiful.

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  23. love love love! 🙂

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  24. Lindsay, I love your dedication to all of us. You are a true inspiration and a motivational teacher! Thank you!

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  25. Wish I lived close, I’d run over with my blank cards and borrow your dragonfly stamp. Love how it turned out.

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  26. ✻ღϠ₡ღ✻
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    `*.¸.*✻.*.¸.*✻*.¸.* Hope I win…..*.¸.*✻.*.¸.*✻*.¸.*

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  27. I really like the stamp you were using. I would love to win some stamps. I am very limited as I seem to think skulls and pirates and that sort of thing, oh and zombies are good. Well they are, but really hard to make cards for other people!

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  28. I love dragon flies! What a great stamp set!

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  29. Oh and here was going to ask where the background stamp was from Lindsay!!
    .. but guess from what you say on video it is not longer available have been hunting for an Oriental background stamp but they seem like hens teeth!!
    A wonderful take on the card, very clever use with stamp.. off to play with mine now.. no idea where it is going though 😀 Shaz in Oz.x

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  30. Great ideas. Love the nature cards. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  31. I love dragonflies. Too bad about the metallic pencils, but maybe you’ll end up loving them! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  32. Thanks for this tutorial Lindsay…I think this is such a cute stamp set and I just bought a set of Derwent metallic pencils. I haven’t used them yet but your card did give me some ideas. I wonder what it would look like if you outlined your stamped image with a white pen?

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  33. Please count me in! Love all that you do and your positive energy!

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  34. So darn cute. Those wee roses are gorgeous.

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  35. Beautiful card! Would love to win the stamp set

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  36. I like your card. I didn’t know they made watercolor metallic pencils… very cool!

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  37. This card turned out very cute. Now I know you to make those funny little squares will have to try it. Thanks for showing it. Love the way you do different techniques. Edna B.

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  38. I love dragonflies, and would love to win stamps!

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  39. Beautiful dragonfly card!

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  40. LOVE the card!

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  41. The card turned out really cute. I like the look of the metallic pencils. Thank you for all of the great videos and the opportunity to win some great products.

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  42. I do like the way the dragonfly shows on the black, very pretty.

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  43. As always I appreciate your showing things as they are. You show us what you like and what you think can be improved on, etc. I so enjoy your talent and your enthusiasm and gift for teaching. Thank you!

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  44. I think your cards and other art are so inspiring…thanks

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  45. Love the dragonfly stamp and the colored pencils! Thanks for all that you do!

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  46. I have used my Derwent Metallics dry on light colored paper and like them very much; they make a nice, subtle accent. As always, Lindsay, you show us such amazing creativity. Thank you!

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  47. Love these stamps!

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  48. Thanks as always for sharing your thoughts on products plus all the tips you just throw in there!

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  49. enjoy ur videos so much-have to tell myself-watch less–do more!!! lol

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  50. Such a cute card, thankyou for sharing it with us, and for the chance to win 🙂

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  51. Stunning!!!

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  52. Oooh. Swoon! I love dragonflies and I love Asian designs and I love purple. Your card is awesome! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for introducing About Art Accents. What a wonderful selection of stamps. Thanks again so much.

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  53. Love the video! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  54. Ooh, dragonflies!

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  55. Beautiful card! Thank you for sharing! Love dragonflies!

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  56. I can’t see the metallic of the pencils, but I can imagine that they would just make the dragonfly wings pop. Would love to win the set. Your imagination boggles your mind and I appreciate the immense effort you put into your blog and your video tutorials. Thanks so much for the chance.

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  57. Such a pretty card thanks for the video and a chance to win.

    later tater
    laney

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  58. Really pretty card!! Love the dragonflies against the dark bkgrnd. The folded circles add a lot of interest and contrast.
    Thanks for the chance to win!!
    ❤ J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  59. Neat! I love the stamps, love the artwork, Love, Love, LOVE! Can you tell that I have Spring Fever?! The bluebonnets are in bloom! I’m so happy!

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  60. I love this card and the dragonflies. I love what you do, you make it look easy for a beginner like me.

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  61. Even though I am disappointed with the Derwent Metallic pencils, I love this stamp art and would be thrilled to win it. Thanks for the chance!

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  62. Love the dragonflies. Thanks for showing us the metallic pencils. I’ve been looking at them myself.

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  63. Very oriental! nice job. I am all about metallics. They look nice, especially after your stamped them, and then colored over.

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  64. Love this stamp n the colors you used on the black. Cool!

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  65. When I first saw I thought it doesn’t look like colored pencils. Wouldn’t have thought to wet the stamp and color it in that way. The folded circles are a good way to use up scraps of the double sided paper. (I don’t know what to do if I like both sides). I like the folded circles, but on a diagonal. Love all your frugal ideas;) I like the effects of the pearlx (sp?) stuff but does it rub off?

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  66. Beautiful card, love the dragonfly and how you colored it with the metalic pencils! TFS and for a chance to win these fabulous stamps!

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  67. I love how this card turned out. Who would have thought you could do something so clever with simple circles! I still really like what those metalics did. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  68. I love watching your videos, as a new crafter, I always learn so much… and dragonflies are my favorite.

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  69. […] Aw, heck, why not? Let’s giveaway more stamps! – 1 freebie(s)? […]

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  70. I would love to win! You’re a generous person and always looking out for your followers. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  71. I watched all the videos as I usually do. Love the stamps and the metallic pencils used

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  72. Your card is the cutest . . . . . Love the stamp and colors.

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  73. I love the dragonfly stamps. The Pearl Ex added such a nice touch to your card, Lindsay! Hope you just get a little snow this time!

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  74. Beautiful card, I love the colors and that dragonfly, WOW! tfs

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  75. Love this. Would love to win

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  76. Ooh, I LOVE the purple one! But I adore those little silk roses, I use them a lot. The dragonflies are beautiful! They’re so magical. Love love, as always!

    Tfs,
    Melissa

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  77. Loved the video! Thanks for the review on the pencils….I’ve been looking at them for a while. Think I may give them a try! 🙂

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  78. It is a fun set and would be lovely to win it. Thanks for all your tutorials!

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  79. Lindsay, you are so inspiritional! Love watching you!

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  80. I love effect of the clear ink on this card. So neat!

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  81. I really like dragonflies. Almost always saw them at the farm pond when I went fishing as a child.

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  82. Thanks, Lindsay! You never cease to amaze me with all the wonderful tricks you have up your sleeve!!

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  83. As usual great card and beautiful job. And I know you are tired of the lousy cold weather, I sure am. Maybe spring will come soon. My favorite time of the year when everything comes alive. Have a good rest of the week.

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  84. Love your videos!!! But, you have turned me into addictive paper crafter. I thank you for all your helpful hints.I am hoping to win some stamps to add to my new collection.

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  85. I really like how your card turned out and i really like the dragon fly stamp!

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  86. What great stamps to play with. I always go for the butterfly and dragon fly stamps, but that snail is pretty darn cute.
    Love getting your videos popping up in my email
    Thanks

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  87. I love this card. The folding back is great. The images are beautiful and so is the colors. Thanks

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  88. I like those stamps. Would love to win them. I think I might like those metallic pencils better than you do!!!!

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  89. Metallic on black is always beautiful-no matter how you get there.Awesome!

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  90. I love the look of those cards.I really like the dragon fly and the metallic pencils sound very interesting.

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  91. The card is awesome, and I love the dragonflies! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  92. Love the dragonflies! I think I would use Twinkling H2O’s rather than investing in metallic pencils. I have some and have never really been happy with the lack of sheen….

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  93. I always appreciate your opinion on product. Of course the dragonfly stamp is beautiful and I would LOVE to own it…thanks so much for the chance to do so!

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  94. Beautiful card , loved it 😀

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  95. Great tutorial and card – thanks for sharing it with us!

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  96. I liked the amount of shine the pencils gave you, but I can see why you were disappointed with them. Nevertheless, your card turned out beautiful. Yes… I would love to be the lucky winner! Thank you Lindsay.

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  97. Fantastic cards, Lindsay! Thanks so much for the video tutorial. It’s always so helpful to see how things are made. Thanks also for the chance to win! You are awesome.

    Hugs,
    Snoopy 😀

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  98. Love the card. Thanks for sharing.

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  99. I love the dragonfly stamps. It looks as if they flew out of the little boxes on the card. Lovely work, once again, Lindsay. Thanks for sharing.

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  100. I really love the look of the metallic against the black…stunning!
    Valerie

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  101. Not sure about those pencils either, although they did seem to be brighter on the white card stock!
    Thank you for sharing, Julie

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  102. I love the dragonfly card–very nice. TFS.

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  103. Oh my goodness! That dragonfly is so adorable!!! Thank you for sharing! 🙂

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  104. I love your card! It is so pretty! I love dragonflies and I don’t see them used much. I love this technique. Your folded circles are great! thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown

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  105. Love the card. I always appreciate your opinion on supplies. Thank you

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  106. I have learned so much from your tutorials, especially on using colored pencils and stamping. And I needed a card for a friend’s birthday next week–the dragonfly really inspired me. Thank you!

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  107. That is one cool set of buggies! I have the same issue with metallic pencils, they are a bit drab. Twinkling H20’s or perfect pearls for me

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  108. Love..love..the dragonflies….and your videos…I’ve learn so much from you…tfs

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  109. Thanks for teaching me some new metallic techniques 🙂

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  110. Hey,Lindsey, thanks for sharing the information on the pencils – now I KNOW I don’t need them, LOL! Love the stamps, and your cards really did turn out great –

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  111. Love how your projects came out. Must check out those new Derwent metallic pencils……and oh yeah….. waving hand for the drawing! Keep up the great work!

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  112. nice dragonfly like it a lot, I have some shimery watercolors, there is not name on the container but they are like painting with warm butter I love them, I’ll get the name next time I got to the art store.

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  113. Wow… Love your card. Very different with the squares folded.. But looks so new and exciting.
    Thanks for the option to win. And for all you do. Tutorials, reviews and a lot more. Really so inspiring !!!
    Hugs from SPAIN

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  114. Love dragonflies. I’m glad Asian style stuff seems to be coming back into fashion. It’s one of my favorites.

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  115. This is a lovely card as usual! The dragonflies are beautiful I absolutely love them. Can’t wait to see your next blog post and videos! Thanks for being such an inspiration!

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  116. Beautiful ad unusual card. I love dragonflies and butterflie. Thanks for having the give-away.

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  117. I love the look. I might have to try those. Thanks for the give away. You’re a gem!!

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  118. I really like the stamp, not too sure if the pencils can do anything that other products can’t already do? Hope the snow doesn’t fall too much…

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  119. Thank you for this . I hadn’t started yet and will do my card today thanks to you. I had no idea where to start. You are always such a big help.

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  120. love the stamp and the pencils id give them a whirl.Again thanks for the chance to win

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  121. I ‘stalk’…ummmm I mean visit your blog daily. Love anything bug (art) related. Great card!!!

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  122. Love this card! The folded circle art reminds me so much of a pillow my Mom made for me many years ago. The technique on the pillow has a name, but I can’t remember it right now. It was “something” windows I think. Each square on the pillow front looks like your folded circles, and she put different cloth behind each window. Hopefully someone will know what I’m talking about, LOL! 🙂

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  123. I love this card and would also love to win some stamps 😉 Thanks for sharing your creativity!

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  124. just lovethe drafly on this card it’s so pretty lovo love loveit

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  125. Love the card and technique.

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  126. Beautiful!!! I love all things dragonfly 🙂

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  127. What is a bit a shame is that the dragonfly seems to be very detailed like all the stamps from About Art Accents but with these pencils it doesn’t seem to show of.
    But I must say that I still like the look of the hole card.

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  128. Would love this dragon fly ….beautiful ….

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  129. That’s a really creative use of the circle. The Dragonfly would be really nice to win too! Thanks!

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  130. Love the different sizes offered.

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  131. Love the folds

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  132. Hey Lindsay, love the card. I use folded circles on some of my cards but haven’t folded them into squares. Always looking for something different. I think I’ll give this a try! Would love the dragonfly stamps.

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  133. those folded circles are so cool!! I will try this with what I have. Smiles, Ruth

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  134. Wow, what fabulous stamps. I love the frogs and toad. But that silly snail is adorable too. Well, I’d love to win any of them. Thanks for sharing both your talent and your stamps too. Jess

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  135. Love all things DRAGONFLY!!!! Beautiful cards!

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  136. Thanks for the chance to win the stamps Lindsay. Love several little critters in the set.

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  137. Hi! I’m a fairly new subscriber to your videos, and I love them! I have been learning a lot from you especially on how to use watercolors and watercolor pencils. I love your upbeat personality, thanks so much for sharing with all of us! And i would love to win the stamps, i love dragon flies! 🙂

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  138. Love the dragonfly, not sure about the folded squares tho!

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  139. Hi…I love your card!! I just bought some metallic colored pencils but they are Crayola brand…I will have to let you know how they work. We lucked out here in New Hampshire with the snow this time…it’s all headed down to Cape Cod. Stay warm Lindsay!! Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

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  140. I totally agree about metallic pencils…(don’t have brand you showed) but another and it just doesn’t shine as I would like. think it’s just the way it is with metallic as with white ink pads! I haven’t found a white ink pad that holds up to time…..have you?
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  141. Beautiful card! Yay more giveaways! Thank you!

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  142. Your cards are really pretty. I do like the pearlex powder you used, that is so cool! I hope I win!

    Actually, to add to the disappointment about some metallic products, I saw some reviews on some metallic ink pads and the person said they didn’t think they were metallic enough, but recommended it still because you can just add perfect pearls and then it will look great. I wondered why one wouldn’t just use perfect pearls? Anyhow, thanks for sharing your experiences with the pencils!

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  143. Thanks for the circle tip! I LOVE my Pearl Ex powders but they are nearly all gone now! Great product. ArtNeko (AAA) hav some gorgeous stamps and these dragonflies are lovely, thanks for combining the two ideas to produce a beautiful card!

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  144. Lindsay love- love this card!! I’ve taken refuge on the Hudson River- right across from NYC- it’s beautiful- windy!!!! Took me 3 days to drive up this far in my little truck…… Sunny tomorrow in New England- so hope to make it home then!! See you soon!! Happy crafting!!!
    —Lorraine

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  145. Love the circle squares you made and the dragonfly stamp is elegant. Really great card, thanks for sharing the techniques. ~Diane

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  146. You are always an inspiration, Lindsay. Yeah, I was a little disappointed in the Derwest metallic pencils, but after seeing you rework them, I’ll give them another try. Thanks so much for the ideas, and for your relentless pursuit of crafty goodness.

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  147. I think I have to agree with you about the pencils, Lindsay…they certainly didn’t seem to be very metalic on the video. You did a lovely job with them in the end though and I love the card. I’m having a dragonfly, butterfly and owl phase right now and would love to be lucky enough to win the dragonfly stamps that you’re so kindly giving away to a lucky fan.xx

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  148. Great card and their stamps are awesome but I seldom order anything on-line from the States as most companies charge too much to ship to Canada – which is usually just not justified. One company said they would charge only the cost of postage which was about $3.11 and they charged me almost $15.00.

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    • Have you asked them about postage? Barry is Canadian I believe, their postage has always been fair, I’d drop them a line if I were you:)

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  149. I love the elegant ways these stamps can be used. Would love to try them.

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  150. Beautiful cards!

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  151. As one who is still in the midst of a blizzard, I hope you will bring some spring into my life with these cute stamps!

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  152. I love the giveaways you host & I love the videos/tutorials you offer! Thank you for sharing!

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  153. Lindsay, I always love what you come up with! Dragonflies are my absolute fave, so this one is a cutie patootie for me!! Love it! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  154. Your creative gifts are inspiring to many of us to play outside the box, thank you for your time and information.

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  155. I m glad you did this tutorial, as I was wondering about those Derwent Metallics. I still might get them. LOL.

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  156. Metallic pencils? They sound perfect for wings, whether dragon flies, butterflies, angels’ wings or other beautiful details. I’m going to give them a try.

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  157. Thanks for showing the metallic pencils, it’s nice to see, and decide
    And for your honest opinion

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  158. Beautiful dragonfly. thanks for a chance to win! hugs, Kristina (CraftyPaws)

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  159. would love to get past my not liking to make cards!! love yours though as always!!!

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  160. Your card is pretty love your tutorials!

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  161. Thanks for all you creative videos. I have learned so much from you. Love the dragonfly stamps.

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  162. Love watching your videos Lindsay. Always learn something from you! Thank You…

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  163. I realy liked this project especially the second card. I didn’t mind at all that the penxcils wasn’t metallic enough because you put that sparckling dust and made the card take off!!! Oh and I really really absolutly LOVE draginflies!!!

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  164. I realy liked this project especially the second card. I didn’t mind at all that the penxcils wasn’t metallic enough because you put that sparckling dust and made the card take off!!! Oh and I really really absolutly LOVE draginflies!!! (PS. This is my correct email)

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  165. You sure do know how to ” pretty up” stuff!

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  166. Just watching the snow blow by my window today is making me colder. We don’t have much in inches yet but that wind is wicked! Love the card and the dragonfly stamps.

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  167. Love the fish and the colors just awesome and you know its aweome.

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  168. I adore dragonflys, I left a note under your video I have been looking for the right dragonfly to have tattooed on my foot, I lost my Dad to cancer a couple of years ago, I remember him watching a dragonfly dancing over my pond, he loved it, had never actually seen one before. I love the large one it’s perfect and I want it to take a stamp of it to get the tattoo on my foot, I’m going to make the body sections with the words Mum & Dad, thank you for finding my perfect dragonfly xxxAnnxxx

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  169. HI THERE, ALL THE THINGS YOU HAVE BEEN SENDING, I MUST SAY I”IM LOVING A LOT AND I SHOW TO MY SISTER THATS LEARNING TO DRAW AND PAINT AND SHE LOVES ALL YOUR WORKS. THANK YOU SO MUCH.

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  170. You are fabulous!

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  171. I love your work and I have just got addicted to stamping more than just here or there kid stuff. Like really making cards and having them look store bought. I have to admit the oohs & ahhs when giving a handmade card to someone, truly boosts my low self esteem.

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  172. I absolutely love dragonflies, and I think think these stamps have details but simple enough to use on almost anything with almost any color. The dragonflies that I have now are little cartoony and not so realistic.

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  173. The whole stamp set is beautiful, the snails remind me of Doctor Dolittle.
    These are some great stamps and since I am trying to grow my stamp collection slowly but surely. I know these dragonflies are perfect because they can work for men, women and kids only if they’re done right colors of course.
    You have such great ideas!

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  174. I love the stamps. I have to agree with you on the pencils. They are hard to love. We’ll have to find the right way to use them. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  175. I loved this card and have a special friend I want to make something like this. You inspire me! Love!

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  176. Watching all your videos makes me realize I’m not using every art supply to its fullest potential! It really has expanded my outlook. I was glad to have them to watch while we were snowbound for three days next to I-5 during the Great Pacific Northwest Storm of 2014.

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  177. Appreciate your comments on the pencils Lindsay…your OSA card is wonderful!….TFS
    Jan

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  178. I wonder if you could scratch off some of the tip of the pencils into a pallet pocket and add a little water, the sort of water paint with them? Just a thot, Love the card.

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  179. Another very instructive video and i thank you for all of your tutorials. I do not have any of the pencils but its always good to know how to use them or buy them for future. Thank you again.

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  180. Love this card and would love to win the stamps and gift card!!

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  181. I agree Lindsay. We want our metallics to do their job!
    I haven’t tried the metallic pencils, and I don’t think I will now. Thanks for your honest assessment. I love the Sharpie metallic markers. I freaked out when I first saw the addition of gold and copper in a set with the fabulous silver. In Walgreens no less!

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  182. Thanks for your honesty in your tutorial. It was fun to see your reactions (I don’t like, I might like, I like) and giving different tips to make things better. It helps so much.

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  183. I LOVE LOVE LOVE dragonflies! I really like this card, very clever how you used the circles! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  184. Thanks Lindsey for another design for me to try on an art journal I’m making for my daughter. She loves fairies and dragonflies!

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  185. Love your honesty and love watching you–I learn so much each time! Thanks, Lindsay!

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  186. I really enjoy your tutorials! I’ve taken art classes off and on for 20 years and I’ve learned more from you in the last 3 months than all that time put together. Thank you for reawakening my artistic side! And yes, I’d love to win the stamps!

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  187. Hi, I have just found your blog, and I have to say…I AM SO EXCITED ABOUT IT! I mean REALLY! WHO KNEW!?! Water and COLORED PENCILS?!? … ON A STAMP!?!?! That’s MARVELOUS!!! I can’t WAIT to try it! Your are an absolute delight to watch too!

    Oh, you may already be aware, but I’ll mention this just in case it’s not just my computer … and you’re not aware … but the (what I assume to have been) photo for the link to the “About Art Accents” stamp sheet didn’t come through, at least on my computer (I got a VERY large rectangle with one of those tiny little figures in the center that you get to let you know there was supposed to a pic of something there, but it didn’t download for whatever reason). However, I decided to try right clicking on it, and then clicking on “Open link in new tab”. And it worked! When I looked at the new tab, I could see the entire sheet of stamps that you referred to above! You know what? Your right! That snail is EXTRAORDINARILY cute! Ans YOU have an AMAZING gift and I can’t WAIT to see what you come up with next! Happy crafting!

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  188. You have saved me so much money with you tips and techniques

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  189. Love your beautiful artwork, always have. You are the first person I came across when starting card making. I am now into mixed media and so glad you have now gotten the bug also. LOL I have loved and saved to my computer all your emails so I can refer back to them whenever needed. I also love the fact that you show alternative items to use if you don’t have what you are using. Thank you.

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  190. I’m with you Lindsay, metallic should be shiny and not matte. I hope they become more metallic as you use them more!!! I love metallic but have such a hard time using them as things in nature are not typically metallic… though its PERFECT for dragonflies!!! So love the dragonfly stamps!!! Can’t wait to see what you do with the snail… its adorable 🙂

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  191. Hi Lindsay, love your blog and videos – lot of great ideas and ways to save money so we can do…MORE!!! This card is great!

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  192. SO pretty! I don’t usually like buying double-sided paper, because I feel like I’m only getting to use half of it, if I glue it down, but the folded circles are a great way to use it! Also, I love your videos, and whenever you mention Marden’s, I get the song from the commercials stuck in my head!

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  193. really enjoyed this session. What I learned most was how to use Pearl Ex. I have looked at it and wondered what it was for. It sure made a difference on the card. I love bling.

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  194. I recently got these pencils and I can’t wait to try new techniques with them, I hope they work out well.

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  195. How kind you are to offer such a generous give away. It would be fun to use the same products you used while working with you through You Tube. : )

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  196. i loved how it turned out……was sure how but knowing you, i had no fear! i love dragonflies, and all those kinds of creatures,.,.,.,.,.,.heck, i love nature period….. could use some supplies to stamp with! thanks 🙂

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  197. Thanks so much for all you share! I’ve been watching for a couple of months now, and it constantly amazes me how you manage to come up with so many new and exciting ideas to share! I especially love your drawing tutorials!! I really like these metallic pencils! I don’t have anything in this line, so will be keeping my eyes open for them here in Aus! Thanks again for your terrific videos!

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  198. the layout of the squares is great! I love looking over other people’s artwork. Derwent has some great highly pigmented products. 🙂

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  199. Inspiration as always Lindsey. Thanks for the chance to win. The stamps are lovely.

    Jeannie UK

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  200. Your videos always inspire me to be more creative and I love anything with dragonflies! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  201. i love those stamps! 😀 but i have a question on how to use stamps with no cling mount or do you just purchase them with the cling mount? i have been wanting to purchase from this company but i was not sure. i did not know anyone who bought there before…now i will buy from them.

    as always, i love your videos and i love that you are frugal…why pay more when you can get it on sale as my mama used to say! and winning at a giveaway is even better…teeee heeeeee heeeeee!

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    • If I am in a rush I just use a glue stick to pop it on a claer block, sometimes I paint Aleens Tack It on the back to make it permanently sticky and other times I use cling foam if I have some on hand. It all works;) If I do not have cling cushion on the stamp I stamp on a mouse pad or use a curved block to get a good image:)

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  202. Love these stamps !!

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  203. Love the card with all the dimension! The dragonflies are beautiful. Love that shimmer from the metallic pencils!

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  204. I love the dragon fly stamps…and I do have the metallics by Derwent…so looking forward to giving this card idea a whirl. Thanks for sharing your ongoing videos with us. I always look for new posts on You Tube from you.

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  205. Count me in, Lindsay!

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  206. That is so pretty! I am comming in late because I was out of town wit, gasp, no internet connection. LOL I lived

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  207. hey Lindsay, where do you post the winners of the stamp giveaways and do you notify winners by email or what? thx as always 🙂

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    • I email the winner and post it on my blog one week after I announce the giveaway. The only difference was the stencil girl contest because that was done as a group with the DT but if it is a contest from one of my sponsors directly I announce it and email them:)

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