Stamp Giveaway & Metallic Look 3 Ways! Use Your Stash!

Edit: Contest closed, the winner has been notified in the comments below and by email. Thanks for playing!

Hi friends! Today I have 3 ways for you to get a metallic look on your cards without ink! So many times we think that ink is the only game in town when it comes to stamping but that is not the case at all! When I first starting stamping I was overwhelmed at the cost of all the inkpads I would need to make the cards I wanted so I used the acrylic paint I already had instead and it worked great. In today’s tutorial I will show you how to use acrylic paint, mica powder and water-soluble crayons/pastels to get fabulous metallic looks! Make sure you leave a comment for a chance to win the stamps I showcased from ArtNeko. This giveaway is open worldwide and winner will be notified via email in a week.

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Are you ready to get messy? Watch the video and get started!

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About the embellishment I used: A couple of years ago I purchased an inexpensive children’s game from a store in Chinatown. I think it is a travel Mahjong game. During a recent declutter I came across it in my “Random game piece drawer” and I noticed how the tiles wanted to come apart, so I took them apart and put the flat tile tops in my cardmaking stash and I used one on this card. The bottoms of the tiles I ended up spray painting white so I can use them when I need a watercolor pan. I often like to put magnets on the bottoms of pans and use them in reclaimed tins as custom palettes. I think these might actually fit my metal palettes as well because they are about the same width as a half pan.

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Tips for picking the right metallic medium:

  1. Use acrylics if you want a durable surface that won’t need to be sealed and can take handling such as a postcard or even crafts and furniture. The sky’s the limit with acrylic!
  2. Use Gelatos/Gel Sticks/Watercolor Crayons when you want a painterly look! If you are using them with water or rubbing them into your cardstock they won’t require sealing but if you are using them thickly you will want to seal them because they will smudge.
  3. If you want a crisp and perfect design use clear ink and Pearl EX/Perfect Pearls (or Mica based eyeshadow.) Keep in mind that Pearl Ex (what I used) may smudge if not sealed with fixative or hairspray.

Will you try any of these techniques? Let me know which one in the comments below! Your comment will enter you in the prize draw to win these stamps too! Please note some comments require moderation so if you don’t see your comment live immediately please be patient, I will approve it shortly:) Good luck in the giveaway and til next time happy crafting!

539 thoughts on “Stamp Giveaway & Metallic Look 3 Ways! Use Your Stash!

    1. I’ve been saving up that thin foam for exactly that purpose (white packing foam like thick paper) I want to try the glycerine and eyeshadow trick though. πŸ˜€

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    1. Absolutely BEAUTIFUL card!! I cannot thank you enough for all you do! I am trying to rebuild my craft supplies after I lost everything in a house fire last year and on a very limited income as I was diagnosed with cancer a month after the fire so I appreciate all the tips and techniques you share with us for alternate less expensive tools! I am definitely going to be trying this technique with some metallic eyeshadow I have from the DT…thank you so much for the opportunity to enter and for sharing your time and talent with us your a beautiful inspiration!! Hugs!

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  1. I will try the gelatos technique, I love your video’s Lindsay, they give great tips, I would love to win

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  2. Lovely stamps! I love peacocks! I have tried a technique that you showed in a past video using gelatos to make a metallic background on embossed cardstock. It works perfectly. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and ideas.

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  3. Great techniques . Lindsay…always good to look at things through fresh eyes. Love your tutorials..watercolour too, and love peacock feathers so these stamps would be a great addition to my stash.

    Love from Janice in Somerset UK

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  4. The peakock stamps are beautiful! Love how the card came out. So, pretty!! What a fun and knowledgeable advice you give in using different mediums to stamp with!

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  5. Peacock feathers have always been on of my favorites. They are so pretty. Thank you for sharing this cool technique with us.

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  6. lovely, I like these metallic tecniques, going to try the embossing with crayon techniques. Please enter me in the drawing for the stamps

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  7. So beautiful! I couldn’t give it away. I’d rather frame it for my bedroom. The colors go with the decor.

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  8. I really enjoyed this video, metallic products always look really fun and pretty, but I’ve been too scared to buy them! Thanks for giving me some inspirations!

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  9. Love those stamps. I never think to use my roller. I can’t wait to try this on my mixed media.

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  10. Lovely stamps! And I’ll try the techniques as I love metalic shine on projects. Thank you for the tips!

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  11. Very inspirational nice video. I have 2 single gelatos and 6 small acrylic paint tubes will add some mica powder samples to get the metallic effect. The peacock feathers are so pretty.

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  12. No matter what, you always teach me a new and fun way to use what I already have. Your card turned out absolutely beautiful. I’m going to take your techniques and apply them in such a way as to increase my perspective and scope. Thank you, Lindsay. xox

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  13. I love these stamps I have been wanting these.. so happy you made this card it turned out beautiful

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  14. I love it! My English is not so good, because I am Dutch. I follow you on Facebook and on YouTube. I love this video and I will try these technics!! The Peacock stamps are beauytifull.

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  15. Thanks for showing us these techniques. I recently found my brayer from HIGH SCHOOL and it still works, so I’m inspired to try the paint technique!

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  16. Thank you for sharing, I’m just getting started with stamping so I want to learn and try all different techniques.

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  17. Hi, Lindsey! Thank you for all of the wonderful ideas for increased creativity using the supplies we already have! I would like to try this with the perfect pearls metallic powder. Thanks for hosting a lovely give away.

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  18. All The techniques are beautiful! I think I would use the eyeshadow! Maybe a bit less messy!
    I’m entering to win the stamps!

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  19. Stamps are super pricey when you’re just getting started like me! I love peacock feathers. Your use of oil pastels were surprising and I didn’t know you could use acrylic paint either. I didn’t think it would come off and would get down in the grooves. I would really love to win these. I imagine all the different things I could make.

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  20. This came out so stunning. I’m obsessed with peacock feathers, there is so much you can do with them!! Keep on crafting!

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  21. Loved the tips in this techniques with metallics! Thanks for sharing your hints and reminders to use what you have!

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  22. Peacocks are one of my favorite animals, love this set! I quite like the powder look. I have metallic watercolours (Twk H2Os) and metallic markers (W&N), I wonder if those would work too?

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  23. So glad I found you on YouTube!!! Love your techniques, and use them regularly. From one frugal lady to another! Thanks so much! God bless!!

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  24. Very useful! I love your videos. They’re so inspiring. I want to try acrylics and watercolor crayons now! Wonderful! And the stamps are fantastic.

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  25. good tip about using hairspray to seal the gelatos – very handy to know – love the metallic sheen on dark cardstock – it can be quite subtle.

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  26. Hi Lindsay. I love your videos. Some don’t “speak” to me, but most do. I will get out my irredescent powders again, love the peacock feather.

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  27. LOVE EVERYTHING YOU DO…IT WILL BE AMAZING TO HAVE SOMETHING FROM YOU…ESPECIALLY THESE STAMPS..I LOVE LEAVES ..AND FEATHERS BUT I HAVE A SMALL AMOUNT OF STAMPS..WISHING YOU THE BEST..YOUR FACE AND YOUR SMILE IS LIKE THE SUN WE HAVE HERE IN GREECE..ALWAYS..SUNNY..

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  28. Once again you made a gorgeous card rather quickly showing how to get a certain shimmery look but made with the different supplies we might have on hand. Thanks for sharing. Love this. Reminds me of the beauty of the real peacocks we had years ago.

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  29. Love the metallic card. I picked up some tips to use with my minimal supplies for card making. I must say that you have inspired me to gather a few stamps, etc. for card making which I never would have done or considered on my own. Thanks.

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  30. I have gelatos, pearlx, and perfect pearl so I’d do the last two option; I know pearlx doesnt have a fixture like perfect pearls so I’ve used some of the powder from pearlx into water color using the method from an old video of yours and they work wonderfully. I wonder if you could up the mica in clear embossing powder to make a metalic without having to buy them when it could possibly be made. I love your videos btw too!

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  31. Exciting project…will be using the mica powders and gelatos. Love your videos and the joy that comes through as you work on your projects.

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  32. I think I will revisit the using my clear ink and Perfect Pearls… quick spray over the top and it would be smudge proof. Thanks for sharing all the great tips!

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  33. I don’t have any metallic paint or gelatos but I have regular gelatos to try. I love watching you and learning from you. Thank you for sharing yourself to the YouTube world.

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  34. Thanks! You are an amazing teacher. I am new to the card making-crafting world and excited to learn more techniques.

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  35. This is great! I was given some Pearl Ex powder so I can try this. From your Neighbor in NH. I don’t know how you come up with so many ideas. Thanks

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  36. ArtNeko Peacock stamps using Metallic to gleam a shimmer is a great look for a card design, love the techniques! Now I have use for my metallic gelatos and Pearl ex powders.

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  37. Really enjoy your videos and I’m learning so much from you. Love that you encourage us to not worry about being perfect! Thanks for all the good stuff you’re teaching me.

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  38. Amazingly, i’ve already done all three of those techniques but you’ve rattled my brain and i’m itching to pull out my gelatos to do it again. My new craft room is under construction at the moment so crafting is on a hiatus. Hopefully not a long one!

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  39. Beautiful card, Lindsay! I’ve had Pearl Ex powders for probably 15 years and have hardly used them. You’ve inspired me to bust them out again!

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  40. I have learned a few new things, I have the pearl powder, give that a try, and I have to have some metallic paint somewhere, give that a try too.
    Thank you for this great and inspiring tutorial.

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  41. Love the card and i really really really love the stamps that you used.My e mail address is joanshanks @eastlink.ca.Joan

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  42. I think that was one of your best videos yet. It is one that everybody can do. I have only ever used metallics for highlighting raised areas. I LOVE each of these techniques and already have an idea for a project. The peacock feather stamp is divine and I will treasure it if I am lucky enough to win it. Thanks so much for sharing this awesome video Lindsay! X

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  43. My first time watching you ( other than the collaboration with art sherpa and Angela Anderson) I will def be using these ideas with my acrylics. Thanks for all the tips.

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  44. Love the way you used gelato and metallic oil pastels on the peacock feather stamps. I never knew you could do that. I learn something new everyday with Lindsey.

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  45. Another stunning card and you captured the colours so well with each of the mediums. So glad you mentioned the oiliness of the gelatos as l am about to use mine on a project. Peacock feathers are so beautiful and vibrant that l don’t believe they will ever loose their popularity.
    I have both gelatos and powder eyeshadow so l will try both. Pity your paint tube separated. Can it be remixed?
    Thank you for spending your morning showing us such a lovely, achievable project.

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  46. I have some watercolor metallic that I’ve been wanting to play with. I got them in a batch of stuff I bought at one time but haven’t used yet.

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  47. I LOVE this stamp set! The embossed panel and metallic colors make this card fantastic.
    Thanks for all your informative tutorials.

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  48. I love these stamps! I’m such a feather fan! I have some really metallic eyeshadows someone bought me, that I don’t wear, that I’m going to give a try with.

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  49. You are an inspiration! I love to watch your video’s and the peacock feather stamps you used are so pretty!!

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  50. Your video was fantastic and I learned so many things!
    I love the metallic look. I especially liked how you used the mica powder and also how you used the embossed card stock.
    The peacock stamp was perfect for this the techniques you used and
    thank you for giving us a chance to win.

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  51. I love the powder example you showed & LOVE the full peacock feather stamp! I’m obsessed with all things peacock lately because if the beautiful flowers & your examples came out wonderfully! Thank you!

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  52. I have a friend that anything made with these stamps would be perfect for. And I have a life time supply of Pearls to use up.

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  53. I love all the peacock stamps I am seei g lately. I think they are so pretty. Reminds me of when I was little going to the st. louis zoo. there was always a couple peacocks running around and we would find their feathers. never thought of using something other than ink with my stamps. thanks.

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  54. You’re so inspiring and an, “outside the box thinker!” I’m just starting on my stamping quest πŸ™‚
    I look forward to your videos!

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  55. Hiya! Rosi Garmendia from Craftsy! I swear I’m not stalking you. Well, maybe a little. I always have your videos playing on my big TV in my craft room as I work. Its great to have your companionship as I try a lot of the techniques I’ve learned from you! Next is this card! Looking forward to what else you come up with!

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  56. I have had perfect pearls for years and now, another reason to use them. That card is beautiful !! Thanks for doing it

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  57. I love the peacock feathers in metallic they are beautiful, also that idea with the punch to hold the thread is great. Thank you , for all the videos you do, I am fairly new to paper crafting and have learned so much from you.

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  58. I love the shiny videos ^_^ I must be a raccoon. Also using acrylic paint to stamp? I’m going too have to try that. Thank you for all your videos with tips and tricks!

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  59. Thanks Lindsey. I love the peacock feather stamps. I really like the look of the one done with water soluble crayons and gelatos for that artsy, painterly look. The possibilities are endless.

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  60. Thank you more ideas. Just when I think I declutter a but more I get more ideas on how to use “my stash”. Still using the info on reorganizing. A step at a time. But I love this idea.

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  61. I am going to try all of these techniques! I love the way the card turned out. I want to see win, but I’m also trying to think of what stamps I already have that I could practice on. I especially like the look on the embossed piece. Thanks for all the great tips!!

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  62. I Really Love the stamps and you gave me ideas of how to do some card idea and what to do with my paints.Thank you .

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  63. Beautiful card! Love the feather stamps. I am going to try the method with the powders. I have some Perfect Pearls that need some more use. πŸ˜‰ Thanks!

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  64. Love the feather stamps! I have most of the mediums you demonstrated, but haven’t used them much. I’ll dig them out and try some of these techniques! Thanks, Lindsay

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  65. Beautiful card and techniques. I really, really appreciate that you emphasize that similar looks can be attained through various products and that we don’t always have to rush out to buy the new or most expensive things. I also love the fact that you keep your videos real. I very much want to try these techniques. Love the peacock feather stamps too. ArtNecko has amazing designs. Thanks, Lindsay, for all your great posts and videos. You’re wonderful! (from Wanda in Oregon)

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  66. Thank you for always sharing with us. I’m a month new to cardmaking/paper crafting and your videos have taught me so much. I definitely want to try the water soluables, and the acrylics. Same with the PearlEx or Mica powders. I want to try it all, not kidding anyone. Thank you again for sharing with us!

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  67. I’ve been crafting for over 20 years and yet I’m always learning something new from your you tubes. Thank you ever so much for sharing your tips and tricks. This card is gorgeous. Two of my favorite things: peacocks and oriental. Wow.

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  68. Always learn something new, my favorite was using the string around the punched corners, I have a similar punch I can use. Thanks for the video and a chance to win!

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  69. Always enjoy your money saving tips. I use perfect pearls powders and was wondering what to use to keep it from rubbing off the card.

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  70. Love all your videos. They are so inspirational and I appreciate your “use what you have” approach. Thank you for sharing with all of us.

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  71. Thank you for another great lesson, I have been in school with you for a long time. There is a project I have been think about doing, but I did not want to purchase a fence die, why didn’t I think of this? I have saved all of my mica eyeshadows, thanks for the reminder to use them.

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  72. Aloha! I just ordered ws oil pastels and can’t wait to use them with stamping! Now I just need stamps! Mahalo for all you do for us wannabe artsy crafters! You’re the best!

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  73. I was just thinking to myself the other day that I wish there was “some” way I could incorporate ALL the acrylic paints I have to use with stamps. You must have ready my mind. I just wasn’t sure of the best way to go about it.

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  74. I want to use up my stash, so the mica and maybe the acrylic paint is what I’ll try. Thanks for always giving us alternate ways using what we already have. I have tons of supplies from over the years and don’t really use my stuff frugally! LOL

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  75. I love metallic! I feel you can do so many artsy/crafty projects with these techniques, and I would love the stamps you used. πŸ˜‰

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  76. Will definitely be using my gelatos! Love the look with the embossed paper! Thanks for all the great ideas πŸ™‚

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  77. I love the feather stamps! I have the watercolor crayons and love using them. Now I have a different way to use them. Thanks for this info.

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  78. Ooh, I have a brayer and way more colors of acrylic paint than ink pads. I’m going to have to give them a try for inking up my stamps — especially since I can custom mix my colors.

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  79. Hi I am very new at this. I found your video’s on youtube. I really enjoy watching your video’s. You are so energetic,very informative and inspirational. Thank you.

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  80. What a stunning card! I recently bought a bunch of pearl ex pigments in my favorite colors at a local art store, but once i had them home i was at a loss for what to do with them. So I’m heading to my studio right now to try the versamark technique! Thanks for inspiring me, Lindsay!

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  81. My water soluble crayons are finally going to be used and incorporated into my card designs. I loved how you embossed your cardstock and then rubbed the crayons over giving it that cool look. Thank you for this inspiring video, Lindsay!!!

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  82. I picked up a selection of Perfect Pearls at a garage sale and have been wondering how to use them. Thanks!

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  83. Absolutely beautiful! I love my pearl ex powders and the eye showdown ones too. A great way to use them. And peacocks are one of my favorite birds.

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  84. WOW! Thanks for doing this for us. I can’t afford to buy all the ink pads I want and never thought I could use paint or crayons for the look. You are great to show us this easy way to use what we have.

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  85. I love this card it is so beautiful. You are so talented and have the greatest ideas. I can’t wait to use my gel sticks to make one of my own.

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  86. Love the peacock stamps – perfect for metallics. I’m excited to try the water on stamp technique. Thanks!

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  87. Wow those metallic mediums are just right for those beautiful peacock feather stamps. Lovely work as usual Lindsay.

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  88. Wow! I just love watching how you use so many different mediums. It really inspires me to sit down and not take it so serious but to “play” and enjoy my “stuff”. Thank you..

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  89. Good morning Lindsey!! What a great video!! I love the peacock feather stamps…so pretty!! Thanks for reminding me about my perfect pearls I forgot I had them…need to get them out and use them!! And I know I have eye shadows that will probably work too!! I do have one eye shadow the is a color shift…gold to a mermaid lagoon kinda color and it have lots of mica in it I’m sure…will be interesting to give it a try!! Anyway get video to get the creative juices flowing!! Thank you for a chance to win the peacock feather stamps…I have a stencil but no stamps. I got the stencil when I seen your video were your used double sided tape micro fine glitter …I think you made a tag or bookmark in that video!! Your do inspire us Lindsey!!

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  90. I watch all of your videos and have to say- this is my favorite card! Great easy techniques and beautiful results. It is so pretty!

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  91. Always looking for ways to use gelatos! Love the feather stamp done on the white cardstock. Looks like it was painted.

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  92. I love the colors you used for this card! I will definitely have to try this! I would love to win the feather stamps in the giveaway

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  93. Thanks Lindsey. I love the idea of using my watercolor crayons on a misted wet stamp. I am anxious to try my brayer over an embossed image. I have tried other techniques with limited success. This looks like it will do what I need.

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  94. You are so appreciated! Love your videos and peacocks. Thanks for giving new ideas for things we already have. Frugal is great!

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  95. Thanks again for a great demo. I have always wondered about the properties and usages for these products. You have removed some of the mystery. Love the peacock feather stamps. They are perfect for the iridescent inks, paints, etc. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  96. Beautiful!! You are so talented. I also love all the tips, that you give. I am going to definitely give this a try. With $$$ Store eye shadow.

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  97. The only product I have is perfect pearls but the acrylic paints look awesome. Those stamps are beautiful and I love the card you made

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  98. Can’t wait to try these ideas! I love peacocks and their colors so this will be a great to do. Many thanks for all you teach us and thank you for the giveaway!

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  99. I love the card you made, peacock feathers are beautiful. Those acrylic paints are awesome. Thanks for sharing

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  100. Great ideas for using things most of us have shoved in a drawer someplace. I’ve been using your suggestion to stamp on a newsprint pad and it works really well. You can also stamp off on the paper and tear off for a clean surface. I love it.

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  101. Peacock feathers are my favorite motif for all kinds of art-making, and your card using them is so beautiful! Thank you so much for all the time and effort you put into these videos–they are so helpful and I make sure to “like” every single one!

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  102. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful ideas. I alway get an idea for something I already have when watching your videos. A long time ago I picked up a bunch of dollar store eye shadows to make glimmer mists but had no idea how to use them otherwise. Again, thank you for the wonderful ideas you share.

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  103. Oh so gorgeous!! I love peacocks. These stamps are so lovely!! I like the powder idea for this and the acrylic paint. I think I’m going to try those. The Chinese tiles are adorable and really add a nice touch. You always make the prettiest stuff though. Hugs 😘

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  104. I love the way you made that card. I subscribe to your YouTube site because I feel I can’t go wrong if Lindsay did it. Your redo of your workplace was great too. Thanks for sharing.

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  105. Hi Lindsay! This is awesome! Would love to win those lovely stamps! The metallic look is perfect for peacock feathers! Love the whole process! Thank you!
    Marci Zinn

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  106. I cannot tell you how much I have learned from your channel & blog! The peacock feathers were beautiful, as usual! Love, love, love everything! Have a crafty day! πŸ˜€

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  107. I don’t have any paints, but I do have the powders and watercolor crayons so I am going to try those out. Being in Alaska we don’t have many options for craft stores and the 2 we do have don’t seem to carry a lot of what I need or want and if they do, it’s expensive. I love those stamps, I haven’t seen any like that here. Thank you for showing us your skills!

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  108. Really enjoy these videos not only being reminded I have the item or something similar but ideas on what to do with it. Always learning some little tidbit not to mention just fun watching.

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  109. Another great video. I love Art Neko stamps and have those supplies laying in drawers. Thanks for showing a way to use them.

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  110. What a super Rad idea! !!! Can’t wait to try this with my Grandkids.. Thanks so much for sharing and for ALL of your valuable lessons.. Blessings and Respect to you and yours, Stacy Hannon

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  111. I really love this. Peacock feathers are the best! reminds me of when i was a kid. Thank you so much for this video it went in my favorite ideas spot so i can watch it over and over again. Would LOVE LOVE LOVE to win this stamp set.

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  112. So enjoy your videos. You are so generous with sharing information and reminding us that you don’t always have to use trendy products to get excellent results. Thanks for demonstrating that lovely card.

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  113. What wonderful ideas! I have a question: you mention water color pastels, would water color paints work? I recently bought some paints because I signed up for the water color class you have.
    I would love the peacock feathers. I have loved them since I was a kid.
    Thanks for all your wonderful ideas.

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  114. Hello Lindsey. I would try all three of these techniques. They are beautiful with metallics. My fav is the large peacock feather on white awesome.

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  115. Love love Love the peacock feather card. Can’t get enough feathers or birds or animals of all kinds. Thanks for all of your creative inspirations throughout the years. Beautiful you!!!

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  116. I really enjoyed the techniques that you showed. I am going to try to use my Pearl-X and Perfect Pearls with the Versamark. I am also going to try to use my Gelatos to stamp with.

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  117. I’ve read ALL your blogs and picked up so many good ideas that fit well with my life motto of “use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.” These techniques are just another example of how well you also live by that motto. I’m inspired all over again to go “get inky today.”

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  118. Totally Awesome Card!!! I love the technics you used! I have some of the items. I look forward to trying some of them if not all of Them! Thank you so very mucn

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  119. Your card turned out so nice! All this talk about metallic colors really made me want to drag all of mine out to try these techniques. Thank you for all your great ideas!

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  120. I love using Perfect Pearls/Pearl Ex for the crisp metallic look. Would love to try them out on the peacock feather stamps, they are gorgeous!

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  121. I’m finishing up a year long art journal for my grand daughter and really needed this…. so many awesome ideas to use what I have to tie things together! Love the stamp set too.

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  122. What a beautiful card! I love that you made it with several different mediums (media?) I am glad you showed how to stamp with the gelatos/ gel sticks because I couldn’t quite figure it out when I’d tried before

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  123. I have all 3 of the different mediums (not that I used them much!!) but I don’t have the beautiful stamps. Thanks for reminding me to use something I already have

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  124. Hi Lindsey, I’ve been a DIY crafter for 40+ yrs. I’ve been using acrylic paint for years. I use mica powders for my own makeup, and I’ve melted crayons to use in stamping and other layers of cards and gift making. I love watching you, because like myself, we use what we have. That for me is the fun of being a DIY crafter.

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  125. I love you video’s I have learned so much from them. I am going to try all the different ways you showed. Thanks so much for another awesome video !! πŸ™‚

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  126. Brilliant. You always come up with the best ideas for stamping. I am fairly new at this and don’t have many supplies yet. You are definitely an inspiration and look forward to seeing many more videos from you. Thanks and have a good day.

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  127. What a wonderful card! I’m going to hunt out my metallic acrylics and my watercolour crayons and mica powders. Fun, fun, fun! Thank you for your inspiring video.

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  128. I really loved the card and learned some new ways to get metallic looks. Thanks! I would love to be entered in the stamp give away!

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  129. Wow! The only thing better than peacock feathers is peacock feathers that are shiny! I would love to win these stamps….maybe I will have figured out how to get the bottoms off my eyeshadow containers!!

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  130. Love your videos! I love how you craft and teach. The techniques are so helpful and beautiful! Thank you!

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  131. Love this video! You are always so helpful and informative and fun to watch! I JUST recently purchased some metallic gelatos so this was a perfect tutorial for me as I am not proficient with them yet, but I’ll get there! πŸ˜‰ Thanks again!

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  132. I just want to thank Lindsey and everyone in this community for being so supportive! I finally got my nerve up to try something ambitious (for me), but I was so nervous. I finally just remembered all the ‘it’s just paper, what’s the worst that can happen’ mantra that Lindsey preaches. And . . . I did it! It came out better than I’d hoped.

    So thank you.

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  133. Thank you Lindsay! I love your videos, and learnt so much from them. I will surely try the oil pastels and mica powders(:

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  134. Great tutorial. I Can’t wait to get messy with all the media. love ArtNeko stamps. They are so oriental. A thought, would spices such a turmeric work as a medium (I have no mica)? Not for the feathers but for perhaps Halloween themed cards. I may give it a try, if nothing else my card will smell nice!!!

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  135. Thank you so much Lindsay. I enjoy watching you and learn so much.
    You inspire me to create and try new things. I can’t wait to use oil pastels and mica powders. They are on my next shopping trip list.
    God bless.

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  136. What a cool idea using paints for the stamps. I need to try that out. Thank You for your great tutorials.

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  137. Wow! I haven’t jumped onto the feather bandwagon (even though I know it’s a big trend right now) but I might have to after seeing this post. These are amazing images–enough to make me want to climb aboard! I do have a question: will matte medium dull the metallic shine, or does it retain that property? Thanks so much for all I have learned.

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  138. That’s so cool I’ve always been nervous using paint on my stamps but thanks for the cool techniques.

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  139. I love the designs you use to create! Artneko is wonderful! I’m just getting into the card making game. It’s nice of you to have a giveaway and thank you for the chance to win! Keep up the wonderful work!

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  140. Gorgeous!! I really enjoy watching your videos. I am new to stamping/ card making and watching your videos has really given me some wonderful ideas! Thank you so much and please keep posting..

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  141. I have so many acrylic paints, yet I fail to think about using them on stamps. Thank you for the reminder. What a beautiful card.

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  142. I love this! Thank you so much for all of your videos. I have learned so much from you and have so much fun playing with my art supplies trying out what you have shown me.

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  143. I have several boxes of metallic powders I will dig out and try, probably with more success than I had when I bought them with no instructions! Thanks for showing so many different types of products that can be used.

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  144. This was very helpful as well as seeing how easy this was. Very pretty. I always love your tips and tricks. Thank you for the chance to win. πŸ™‚

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  145. I love your videos and am very grateful you share your “crafty goodness” with us. Thanks so much Bille

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  146. OMG, this was a great video. I got so caught up in it, I forgot to enter the give away. Had to come back and do that later.

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  147. The feather stamps are beautiful. I am not a fan of metallics, though, so I am not sure if I would use any of those. I am interested in trying my oil pastels, carried over from my days of doing fine art I have many in storage.

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  148. Great video. I will definitely try the acrylic paint and the water soluble crayons that I got from Michael’s and haven’t even used.

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  149. What a great video. I am going to make a card using the watercolor crayons. I like how easy the colors blended together. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  150. I love the peacock stamp and wish I’d seen this a long time ago! I made a card using a real peacock feather and spray adhesive…. Let’s just say it didn’t work out as I had planned 😦 . I really enjoy your videos and blog. I have managed to “save” some supplies that were destined for the trash can and been able to use them. Now if I can just figure out what to do with the tubes of dried-up watercolors I have.

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  151. Thank you Lindal, another great tutorial. Love the peacock feather stamps. Will have to try with gelatos and arylic paint.

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  152. I will use the gelatos on a card. I have been planning to use them for awhile. Love your tutorials! Always fun to watch!

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  153. Great demo Lindsay…I love to use the metallic mediums and your peacock stamps really highlight the techniques….thanks for sharing!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

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  154. thank you for sharing your wonderful knowledge and skills. I enjoy your videos so much. the card turned out very nice. I need to get on board with using glitter string as an embellishment. I’m new to card making so still finding my style.

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  155. I love the stamps you use. I use stamps in my jewelry making because I don’t draw so well. Thanks for all the ideas.

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  156. i love these kind of videos. It gets us using all of our stash and it makes me look at my stamps in a different way as well. eg. Why can’t we have a metallic dog, lighthouse, coffee cup etc. Just go for it πŸ™‚

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  157. It was so helpful to learn how to get the same look out of different materials. I love your videos! I just got my first set it PearlEx. I got the calligraphy set because it comes with powdered gum arabic so I can use it as watercolor and it sticks to the paper.

    I might still get the metallic pastels because they look so fun.

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  158. I thought all the techniques were cool and will probably try each one at some point. However my favorite was the one with the pearls powder. I bought some eyeshadow at the dollar store awhile back to use for crafting so that’s what I will be trying today. Thanks Lindsay!

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  159. Great video as always ❀ I will try all of these techniques and see the results πŸ™ˆ please enter me in the giveaway

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  160. Perfect Pearls. Yay! Something I already have to use with one of your techniques. The peacock stamps are gorgeous.

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  161. Great video, as always. I watched it over on YouTube and left a comment there but I’ll leave one here too. I just bought some metallic colour crayons….didn’t know they were metallic until I got home and tried them out. I’ll be using them on that technique for sure. I already do the others. If Canadians can win, please enter me into the draw. I love those stamps. Crafty Violet

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  162. Lindsay – I will try water soluble crayons and metallic powder from my stash. I have the crayons after watching you use them on You Tube! Thanks for all the ideas and inspiration.

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  163. I love everything you do. When you make things you make them to teach. After I watch one of your videos I want to go and make something. This card looks absolutely beautiful. ~ Alex

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  164. So pretty. I love your tutorials. This was a very pretty technique that I plan to do as well. Thank you so much for all the teaching and sharing that you do.

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  165. I will use the acrylic paints. Thanks for a great tutorial, Thanks for sharing, and Thanks for doing a giveaway

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  166. I loved the video. It was filled with a variety of metallic media and how to use them to create wonderful effects. I especially liked the stamp cleaning tips. Also, how to best use acrylics rather than gelatos for adhesives was very noteworthy. thank you.

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  167. Peacock feathers are my favorite having these different techniques will make my card making better. Using metallics is something I don’t do but will try. I would love to have these stamps. Lindsey I enjoy your videos and learn so much from them.

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  168. Wow, I would not have ever used other mediums with my stamps. Thank you so much. Tomorrow, my grandchildren will play with stamps in paint. The girls are going to love this!

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  169. I will definitely use the acrylic method. I have a lot of acrylic paints lying around the house and this will be the perfect use for them. Thank you lindsay for the amazing ideas.

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  170. That is a beautiful card. It amazes me how you take a few pieces of paper and create something like this! I think trying the gelatos looks like fun!

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  171. I have some perfect pearls but I haven’t used them in this way. Really pretty on the black paper. Cannot wait to try it.

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  172. I get Metallic Crave! once in a while. I bought those mica things about the same time as you did, and I still have those, and still can use them! They look so pretty. One thing I hadn’t done was to emboss Black CS and color it with those metalic colors. Thanks for the idea! yes, I do have THAT punch from years ago, too. πŸ™‚ Very old but def. Goody!

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  173. Hi Lindsay, Thank you for a great video, Love how all the different media you used turned out on the different card stock, love the card,
    and for a chance to win those feathers, TFS, Cheers Anna.

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  174. I love your videos. I am so careful and scared to death to make a mistake and it looks like you just slap some stuff on and it always turns out great! I love those peacock feather stamps and I appreciate the chance to win them.

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  175. I have tons of mica and perfect pearls which I almost never use, so I think I’ll be trying those techniques first – thanks for sharing your talents with us, as always!

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  176. Hi. There are some people who are having issues signing up for your blog. I tried giving some instructions as to how to try and find the link and what to do after but I’m not sure if that will help. Perhaps you could leave a comment in your discussion area letting them know what to do? πŸ™‚

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  177. I LOVE the colors and the metallic look…and the fact that the colors are peacock colors with peacock stamps make it that much more awesome.

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  178. Thanks so much for this easy card idea. I love watching different ways to use up some of my supplies. I never would have thought to use acrylic paint on my stamps. You always find such great stamps that you can use for lots of different projects. Thanks again for sharing the ideas and giving us a chance to win. I would love to have it.

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  179. Beautiful peacock feathers! I would love to recreate a similar card. I too have had my mica powders for a very long time!

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  180. This is so cool. I never know how to use my supplies like that. Those stamps r very pretty and I’d love to win ! Thanks for the chance!

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  181. I really like the peacock stamps, the nicest I have seen. I have subscribed to your you tube station for a few years and love the information and help you give. Thanks for sharing.

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  182. The card came out so beautiful! Loved all 3 techniques. Thanks for the chance to win, i love your channel.

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  183. Thank you so much for this video. I am new to stamping and thought these were great techniques. Now, I do not feel like I have to go to the store every time I want to try something new. Thank you.

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  184. I belong to a facebook group that is very small and private. Our cover photo for the group is a peacock feather, so I would love to have this stamp to use my Gelatos on a black background to make beautiful cards to send around the globe to each member of the group. (about 12-15 people). I think it would be an amazing gift to each of them to let them know that we are united through the feather with metals in the gelato’s. Thanks for such great inspiration.

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  185. Hi Lindsey I am just starting out with stamping I love the peacock stamps this video was great because I could use what I had. Ps I love your videos

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  186. Watching you create is one of my crafting joys, Lindsay! You always give great advice, show many techniques and create gorgeous cards and goodies! Thank you for sharing your passion for art! God bless you and your beloveds!

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  187. Love the peacock feather stamps. I can’t wait to try acrylic method. Always exciting to learn new things . Thanks !

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  188. hi i love the video and love the stamps i am just starting out with stamping so i don’t have a lot of inks so this is great for me to try other things.

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  189. Thank you Lindsay for your great crafting videos. I watch them all the time and my daughter watches too. (I plead guilty to getting her started in crafting/stamping from a young age and she is old enough to have kids of her own now.) I even had to follow your advice and check out Marden’s when I was on a one day business trip into Maine! Thanks for your great tips and advice!

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  190. I have so many mettalic supplies and the video gave me soooo many ideas!!! Loved the small feather and the tin ceiling look on the rectangle of black paper! Be still my heart! Would love to have the feather stamps and go wild. The larger feather would make great bookmarks that I donate to my church to be given with the crocheted prayer shawls given to people we come across who are hurting.

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  191. Although I don’t know if the prize is open international, but I’ll like to comment anyway. I love watching your videos and have done so for years. Most likely I’d us the powder / eyeshadow technik sooner than later πŸ™‚ I love the look.

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  192. Great video…am off to dollar store to buy some mica-type eye shadow. Beautiful stamp as well. Thanks for brightening my day, as always.

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  193. Thank you so much for showing how to use various mediums, I love these types of videos. The peacock stamps you used are absolutely beautiful !!! I can’t wait to get messy with my supplies and give this a try =)

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  194. I can’t wait to try this technique. I have a bunch of pearlx that I bought a long time ago and have been trying to figure out how to use them in my cardmaking other than for coloring clear embossing powder. Love this idea

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  195. Thank you Lindsay for sharing your techniques, money saving tips and creativity. I’ve only been a subscriber and card maker for short time but I have learned so much from you. I look forward to learning much more. Your blog and videos are always so much fun and so interesting. I love your art work. It’s so beautiful. Thank you again.

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  196. We recently moved and crafting has been on the back burner. This was my first video to watch after being away for a while and I’m looking forward to trying some of your techniques.

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  197. I have a gorgeous high end loose sparkle shadow that irritates my eyes. t’s going to be perfect for this. Yay repurpose, reuse. Thank you for sharing your passion!

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  198. This is a beautiful card. I love your choice of stamps that you used together. Nice techniques that you shared with us. Thank you.

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  199. Love all the metallic ideas and I LOVE those stamps. Thank you for all your great videos. I own most of the supplies you used so i will have to give this a try.

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  200. Hey Lindsay, what a beautiful card. Thanks for the info on the matalic mediums. Although, the punch and thread, genius. Thank you.

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  201. I just love the punch and thread idea! it is so neat and tidy but decorative and straight!! Always love metallics also

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  202. Thank you Lindsay, Peacock is Our Thing! My husband was raising peacocks when we got married and I have embraced The Beauty of them throughout our marriage. For my birthday, one of our daughters gave me a small version of the feather you used with the gelatos. I recently discovered gelatos (since watching your videos). I am watching and learning and timidly embracing crafting ~ therapy.ο»Ώ

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  203. Love watching you on YouTube and have ordered some stamping supplies as i have never tried it…Love the peacocks some of my favorite colors and looking forward to learning so much more crafting styles/ideas from you.

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  204. Lindsay,
    I love this card. The peacock feather was the perfect stamp for the metallic colors. I have some form of all the supplies. I think I’ll go with the acrylic paint and the gelatos. I never thought of using a corner punch for wrapping ribbon or thread! Thanks!
    Barb

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  205. Hi Lindsay! Love this card and thank you for the wet stamp technique. I love the watercolor effect! Also will be on the hunt for that mahjong set as I never look at things for what they are but for what I can turn them into! I always get so much good info from you. Many thanks. Carol

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  206. Love the peacock feather. We have peacocks strutting down our street occasionally. Anyway, I used two pieces of embossed cardstock, from my stash, one with gears, the other with steel toolbox motif. I used metallic gelatoes, silver on one, gold, pink, and purple on the other. Then I stamped an image of a classic car, painted it with perfect perles mixed with water in gold. I pasted the car in the middle of the side by side, embossed pieces. Looked great!

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  207. I have all 3 medium types, so I need to start playing! I esp. liked the metallic on the embossed piece. The peacock stamps are gorgeous!

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  208. Hi Lindsay Thanks for sharing these techniques! I like the Gelatos and the embossed panel. It looks great! And the stamp with the Gelatos I like either. This peacock stamp looks fantastic!
    I look a lot of your videos. You’re doing great things. Thank you so much for all your work! Kind regards
    Corina

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  209. Hi Lindsay,
    Watching this video was a great escape while the crew is rrmodeling my gutted kitchen. Can’t wait until it’s finished lol!

    The card is really pretty. I need to buy a soft rubber brayer to try acrylic paint stamping. The results on black cardstock is gorgeousi

    Thanks for the tip on planning and being selective where to apply wax based or oil based media. What a bummer to do all that work and the glue won’t stick to it.

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  210. I love the colors! Thanks for all the tips on various mediums! Also absolutely love the little majong tile…super cute touch!!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  211. Dear Lindsay, Love that you up-cycle game pieces as embellishments. That’s frugal And crafty!! Thanks for sharing about using pigments other than stamp pads for stamping, I had not thought of that. Happy Crafting to you too!

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  212. I always keep my eye out for peacock themes -my friend loves peacocks. I’ll use my gelatos, but I have some metallic acrylic that so far, I don’t like. Maybe it’ll be better here.
    Thanks so much for your varied content. So helpful to a beginner (like me) and beyond.

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  213. I’ll try the eyeshadows. Don’t have any gelatos or oil pastels yet. I do have regular pastels from college that I think i”ll try on embossed cardstock. Thanks for all the great tips and tricks.

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  214. I’m so inspired by this video. I love the peacock feather stamps. I’ve not really liked feathers in the past but this card is beautiful. I especially like the acrylic singular stamped feather. And the corner punch idea is great. Thanks for the opportunity to win these lovely stamps. You go girl!

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  215. Thank you Lindsay, this was a great refresher for me. I have the items you used and more and will be using them in a project today. I love the stamps.
    Caroline

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  216. Thank you the comparisons. What’s your view on the Krylon or other branded spray fixatives? How do they compare to hair spray? Effectiveness? Color fastness? … I’ve tried fixative only once because the odor lasted for days on the paper.

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    1. Honestly, they work the same. I prefer not to fix my artwork at all but if I have to I use the Krylon because it is more archival (supposedly) than hairspray but for cards or sketchbook work I use the cheapest fine mist stuff I can plus some of the hair sprays smell good! Get the cheap stuff because it will contain more shellac and less oils and conditioners.

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  217. Thanks for all the tutorials. I love how you show me step by step so that I can try. Thanks for the opportunity to win this giveaway.

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  218. The card is gorgeous and probably my favorite of all the cards and techniques you’ve so generously shared with us. A friend was cleaning out her supplies and gave me 4 bottles of metallic acrylic paint and the command “here, do something with these.” She’ll be sorry she gave them to me. I have 3 gelatos, so will try those, too, and maybe 4 shades of cheap eye shadow that should work. Thanks, again, for your diligence every day to share your techniques and ways to use supplies we have without spending money on each and every new thing that comes along. I, too, have that corner punch…somewhere.

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  219. I love your creativity, You are the first artist I started following on YouTube, because of you I am on my own art journey. I also love how you are a multi talented artist, I also knit, crochet, sew, quilt, draw, and now paint. Thank you so much for You being You.

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  220. You always have such great ideas. Once I get feeling back in my hand, I can hardly wait to do some crafting again. Ulnar nerve transposition surgery caused my hand to go “dead”. Now I just watch lots of YouTube for ideas. Thank you, Lindsay, you have such enthusiasm.

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  221. I love love love the peacock feathers! I would use acrylic paint and /or the same pastel markers you used. I think this stamp would be great as a background for a painting, probably something in the fantasy or surrealistic realms. Finger crossed: this would be my first stamp ever and it would be so nice to know it came from you! P.S.: I so very nearly bought a 30-piece set of the Pearl Ex powders just a few days ago…but I was strong for a change, lol.

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  222. Ohmagosh, Lindsay…I hope this makes you laugh as hard as it did me: Yesterday I commented that while waiting to win these stamps I would continue to try to pry the bottoms off my $ tree eye shadows, well, I tried and tried to get the bottom off my purple,,,gave up and decided to see if I could get some of the gold out of the sides of the jar…so I tapped it (ok hard taps) on the table, The bottom flew off….I know not where and gold eye shadow went everywhere! You are right, there is a lot of product in that little jar. Even though I had gold all over me the floor and my dog, there was still enough to save in one of those small bead jars.

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  223. Never knew you could use acrylic ink! I love your enthusiasm and honest product reviews, this really helps beginners and folks on a fixed income…thanks!

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  224. I can’t wait to try this with the perfect pearls or the eye shadow ( mica). on m black card stock.

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  225. thank you , you videos have been a life saver i been not to well and i love watching your you tube videos from years back
    i got very inspired by your decluttering video down loaded the book on audible and as we in the process of moving decluttering my house that way and it does feel good
    keep up all you good work xxc

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  226. Love this it’s so beautiful, you are such a blessing! It really inspire me to get some feather stamps, I love peacocks, so why don’t I have them lol! Thanks agian!!!!!

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  227. These stamps made such a beautiful card. I especially like the painterly look. Thank you for the give away & an excellent tutorial.

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  228. Thanks for the tutorial. I love when we can replace ink pads by something else: new techniques!
    Have a great week Lindsay

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  229. This was/is an excellent video. I always enjoy them. I live in Maine in the summer and would love to meet you. will you have any in person classes.

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  230. Like what you did with one of my favorite things…feathers. So lovely so shiny. Thanks for the reminder on how to use gelatos….got some last Christmas. gabriele

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  231. I think you are so talented. I have not been watching for very long, but I can quickly see that I want to try a lot of your techniques. I am going to need the peacock stamps. I love them. Thanks for your videos.

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  232. I love to combine acrylics with perfect pearls for metalic finishes. I have also just bought some Finabair metalic waxes I am going to try out. Your card is just so beautiful and the Mahjong tiles were a pretty addition. Thank you for this fantastic tutorial!!!

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  233. I love peacock feathers. Thank you for sharing the info on how to seal the various mediums. I usually forget to do something like that and there is nothing like your mother telling you how your Aunt stained her shirt with your card. They are in their 90’s.

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  234. This is the best tutorial yet. It combines my current love of everything feather with shine and lustre. I now know that I can make things shiny and magical with products in my stash. I just need that beautiful big peacock stamp…… I envy US shoppers ability to buy from Art Neko. Nothing like this in Canada.

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  235. Wow what a great video, so much good info! First I’ll try the crayons since I have several kinds of those… then the pearls since I have one small assortment pack of them. Not sure whether I have any metallic paints — will have to look thru my little stash for those as well.

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  236. I have several different types of metallic mediums, but seem to forget to use them on my cards. Thanks for the reminder, they did wonders for the feather stamps.

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  237. Love the acrylics.. or water color with a little pearly eyeshadow over it. Thank you for sharing your talent and tips!! Would love to win!!!!

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  238. I love your metallic peacock card. I have longed to try Perfect Pastel pots but have purchased them yet. I do love your crayons though.and that will be my next purchase. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.You give us great techniques that I have yet to try.

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  239. Wonderful ideas. I have not used the perfect pearls in this manner so I think I would try those. Also like the info on binding to the crayons, I am looking to get a set soon and you saved me some frustration I’m sure.

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  240. The card came out so lovely and I really like how you added the black pen lines to the feather on the white card stock – nice touch!

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  241. I’ll definitely try the acrylics. I’m messy when I work. This seems this will help my problem.
    I also like your hints for cleaning the equipment.

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  242. Love your card Lindsey. I’ve never tried gelatos, but after seeing you use them, I think I’ll have to try them. Thank you so much for your video!

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  243. I went to Dollar Tree yesterday to pick up some eye shadows to try that. However, I will be doing all 3 methods soon. πŸ°πŸŽˆπŸŽ‰HaPpY BiRtHdAy, Lindsey!!!πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆπŸŽ‚

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  244. How do you get the plastic bottoms off the dollar store eye shadow? I’m also impressed your brush from them is so pristine, mine are all mangled. I love the peacock feather stamps.

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    1. I stuck a needle tool down the top opening and popped the bottom off, make sure to do it ofer a clean sheet of paper so you can collect the powder when it comes out.

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  245. I will use acrylic paints. I’ve been wanting to use acrylic paint with my stamps and this will be a great technique to use!

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  246. I really love this card. So many cool techniques used to create it. Really love the stamp set. Thanks for sharing this with us.

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  247. Thank you so much! Your tutorials are wonderful and I am always interested in your content! Thank you for sharing! Hugs, Kathy

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  248. I think I want to try all of these techniques!!! They all look like so much fun! Thank you for sharing and please enter me in the drawing.

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  249. Beautiful video,Lindsay!Really very helpful and informative!Thank you for sharing your tips and techniques!I’ll probably try them all out!These feathers look awesome on black cardstock!

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  250. I’m really impressed with the peacock feather tutorial especially the acrylic spray option. I normally am not drawn to feathers but these are absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

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  251. OMGosh. Those are beautiful techniques. I will definitely use them all, but most likely I will use them separately. I love the water color look of the 1st peacock feather. gorgeous

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  252. Thanks for sharing. I will try using the gelatos and the perfect pearls. I don’t have fixative but I might consider getting some. Thanks again.

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  253. Love ALL your ideas! Enjoy your high energy and enthusiasm for crafting. Thank you for sharing, and please continue to do so … the peacock stamps are great and I have been experimenting with the eye shadow technique, you just spurred me on girl!

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  254. I love the video. I so enjoy watching your you tubes. I have learned a lot from you and enjoy you try to give tips for someone on a budget. I can’t wait till your next you tube

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  255. I have some of the eye shadows from the dollar store. Can’t wait to try them. Love the peacock stamp. We have feral peacocks near our home. Such beautiful birds. These would be great to accent a scrapbook page with their photos. Thanks for all the tips.

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  256. The peacock stamp is so cute and you can use different color pastels to get a great result. Thanks for the video and giveaway.

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  257. Love the technique of using a brayer to apply acrylic paint to stamps! I tried makeup sponges, but ended up with too much paint on the stamp. Thanks for sharing your creativity, Lindsay!!

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  258. I have watched many of your tutorials and even painted along with you. Love this technique because it uses so many different kinds of media, many of which I have in my craft room. thanks so much for your generous heart in sharing with so many of us fellow crafters and artists. Noreen

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  259. A great video. I love peacocks and would definitely find a use for this set. I’ll have to go to Art Neko and see what they have for sale.

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  260. I do love the feather stamp and don’t have one-yet! lol I’m not ready to try some of your more complicated card designs but this feather is so classic, it would make a beautiful focal point on even a simple card. TFS

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  261. I love the color that you acheived. I have 3 different sets of the pearl ex so I think that is where I am going to play this week. I would love to win the stamps.

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  262. Thank you for this demonstration. I’m in the beginning stages of crafting and am wiser about my purchases because of your videos. I love the metallic! I don’t have any of the products but pretty sure pearlex is my next purchase.

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  263. I think the Mungyo Pearl water soluble oil pastels, looks quite interesting and fun. Haven’t seen these before.

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  264. Hi, Lindsay,
    Love the card and the stamp is to die for! What a great idea to use the old mahjong tiles for card crafting. I think I would use acrylic paint, mainly because I’m really still a beginner and I know I can get fantastic results with it…okay, I’m a coward lol.
    Bejay xx

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  265. Love love this video, I have perfect pearls never used them. You have given me so many ideas on how to use them. Thank you.

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  266. Hi! My daughter and I found you on you tube and now have a new hobby that has created a common interest! We love stamping and creating cards and journal pages together!! Thank you! You’re the best!❀️