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January 28, 2010


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Interesting article as for me. It would be great to read a bit more about that topic.

Kelly Ann

Where can i get that watercolor brush pen?


Girl you have an amazing hands and also creativity.. most of your works relates to puzzle and squares and such things. i love them.

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Thank you for this great blog information!I'm finding this whole blogging world a great resource for any topic, and really inspirational.

Elaine Allen

Hi Lisa -

Thanks for a fabulous tutorial. Great up close shots. I think I like the image on the dark cream twinchie. The whole composition flows together much better. I wanted to say "harmoniously" but didn't want to sound "out there"! But it is true, the dark cream enhances the colors you selected for the flower and also helps give the entire twinchie a soft, aged look. Of course, that just how I see it - LOL!
Thanks for sharing with us.

Elaine Allen

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