Friday, June 8, 2007

Come One, Come All!

I can't believe that this blog has surpassed 40,000 hits, already, and has 260 email subscribers... I think it's time to say THANK YOU with some Naptime Nuggets!
Shamefully, I mentioned this forEVer ago, and am only just now getting to it, BUT here it is... (Sorry the pic is so dark! Click on it for a better view.)

Here is what the package is...
1 Best Blossoms Stamp set
1 box of white Adornments
1 handful of yummy Primas, and
3 yards of delicious May Arts ribbon

What do you do??? Just leave me a comment on this post by Tuesday at NOON (EST) and tell me what tutorial you would like to see here on this blog. I know that people appreciate them and I wouldn't mind doing them, but I don't want to be redundant, or bore you to tears with something that you've already read on another blog! If, however, you'd like to know more about a particular subject that you've seen on this blog, please leave a comment.
OR
If you're not interested in tutorials at all, you could just comment to tell me...hmmm, let's see...what you think the significance of the dragonfly is on my banner/watermark. (That might be kind of easy, but should be fun for me to read, anyways!)
I will draw a random number with one of those really scientific-type number drawing websites, on Tuesday afternoon and announce the winner. Have fun!

xox,
k

PS And Jeanine and Mimi, please don't answer the second question! {wink}

148 comments:

  1. I'd like to see a tutorial on how to properly glitter images. I've seen people use all sorts of things, but it always falls off. What's your method?

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  2. I would like to see a tutorial about how to use a brayer. Congrats on all of your hits!

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  3. i would like to see a tutorial on how to watercolor images, the only coloring tool i have is felts, i have not really used that at all, i have also heard that you could use pigment ink as watercolor? maybe with a brush? what medium to you use to color your cards?

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  4. This may not be very helpful, but i would like a tutorial on just about anything as i am not very versed in this area. As far as the dragonfly goes, hmmm...... I think i'll refrain from guessing.

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  5. Hmmm. The dragonfly. I'm sure it's something remarkably easy...but I'm thinking too sentimental and subjective. So I'll say I think it symbolizes you taking wings and taking a new journey with your son as he grows. Awww, how sweet of me. :-) As for tutorials, I would like to see any tutorials on how you color images. With so many new coloring products hitting the market each day, I feel this will be beneficial to everyone! Congrats on the success of your blog!!

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  6. Congrats on the hits!! I too have a 2 year old little boy that I have to keep up with...naptime is the best time to stamp. Any tutorial that is fresh and fun is great! I love learning from fellow stampers...CONGRATS

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  7. I would love to see a tutorial on your beautiful coloring techniques. I would also like help knowing how you choose such eye-catching color combos.

    Donna C
    rubyslippers@neofast.net

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  8. Hi, I keep asking for a tutorial on making the shrinky dinks for cards. I have some shrink plastic but just am not sure how to incorporate it onto a card. I would love to see this, if you could do it. thanks and this is great blog candy. Congrats on the hits.
    Cheryl Sims

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  9. I would like to see a tutorial on how you use prismacolor pencils (or whatever you use to color your images). Every blog I have read has given some helpful hints in this area!

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  10. congrats on the hits! I'd like to see a tutorial on some invitations. Thanks for the chance at blog candy - I love your site!

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  11. do a tutorial on anything you want I read everything you write...LOL.

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  12. I personally like tutorials on different sized cards. Sometimes I'm just too lazy to figure out the measurements myself.

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  13. I love your cards & your watercoloring is so perfect! I would love to see how you do your watercoloring.
    Thanks for a chance to win some awesome blog candy.

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  14. Love your blog. I would like to see more paper folding tutorials...and more tutorials on using different types of flowers...and, and, and!!!
    Denise

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  15. A tutorial coloring would be great...markers, Prismacolors and Gamsol, watercolor crayons, blenders, etc. Thanks!

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  16. Does a tutorial on organizing your supplies count? If it does, that's what I'd like to see. I'm always on the lookout for more ideas!

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  17. I love to see a tutorial on how to Prismacolor markers. The coloring you do on your cards is phenomenal. I'd love to try it myself but just need guidance on how to do it. I'm afraid of investing good $$ on it and be utterly frustrated with it!

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  18. I love your blog and visit it daily (or maybe more)! I would love to see a tutorial on how you color so beautifully with the Prismacolor pencils. Thanks for sharing your creativity!

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  19. I'd also like to see how you use your Prismacolor markers for shading.

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  20. I would love to see how to use prismacolor pencils.

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  21. I would like a tutorial on anything..even if it's a tutorial I've already seen...it may have a different tip..kwim? I love tutorials!!! Congrats on the 40,000!!

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  22. I would really really love to see a tutorial about colouring stamped images. Yours always look so perfect and I would love to see how you do it! :)

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  23. Congratulations!
    I would like to see a tutorial on Magic Cards!
    Have a great weekend.

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  24. Hmmm, the dragonfly eh?? I am going to say that the dragonfly represents you, looking for new ideas and creations, inspiration from all over

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  25. I would love to see a tutorial on your coloring and also a how to on finding unique ribbon. Great blog!

    It's a good life!
    Terri E.

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  26. Awesome nuggets!

    I love new tutorials on different kinds of folds.

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  27. I am all for special card folds, sizes and shapes...esp. because even when there is a tutorial, I manage to screw it up. Is the dragonfly symbolic of you?

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  28. Congrats on all the hits:) I never tire of seeing tutorials on what you use to color images, how you color, etc. I love how you colored your House Mouse stamps and need help in this area.

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  29. since you have all the time in the world - ha! - I would love to see all the ways you put ribbon on a card. sounds silly, right... but it's one of those things I feel like I should just intuitively know, but always end up having trouble with (wrapping around the card? a layer? through a slit? tying knots or bows...?) maybe I'm just fabric-challenged... :)

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  30. What yummy candy Kirsten! I was going to say I'd like to know your secret to tying such perfect bows all the time, but I looked back through past posts & realize you hardly ever tie bows, you stick to knots! So that must be your first secret LOL! So how do you tie such perfect KNOTS then? Right over left, left over right? :-)

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  31. I would like to see how you color with Prismacolor markers. I have the pencils, but have never tried the markers. I would also like to see what the difference is between the Prismacolor markers and the Copic (I think that is the right name) markers.
    Thanks,
    Kim

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  32. 40,000 hits! WOW! I'd love a prismacolor tutorial. I've read others and absolutely, can't do it! TFS -- great candy by the way

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  33. Hi! I would like to see a tutorial on doing something cool with the "Good Things Grow" SU set. I have it, but I don't know what to do with it! Thanks!
    Cheryl KVD

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  34. I would love to see a tutorial on Prismas and gamsol. I have both and am scared to death to use them! As for the dragonfly- I have no clue!

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  35. Congrats on your hits! That's so great! I think you do beautiful coloring --esp with your cute WS stamps!! I would love to see what techniques you use. Also, twinkling H20s sounds like fun - never seen how it's done.

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  36. Love your cards Kirsten, I've visited your site once before (finding you through Allison.) I'm gonna go ahead and subscribe. I am a newbie and love ALL tutorials but I agree with others that have commented on your coloring skills. Wish I had a guess about the dragonfly. I'd love to know because I like 'em, too.

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  37. shelley g in iowaJune 8, 2007 at 10:43 PM

    Sorry, I'm not anonymous. I'm shelley g in iowa. Gotta watch more closely what I type!!!

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  38. I'm betting you have a dragonfly tatoo, am I right? Because you love dragonflies like I love bugs (Volkswagen Bugs!)

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  39. I'd like to see a tutorial on different ways to attach ribbon - and the best adhesives for attaching ribbons! (in Japanese culture, the dragonfly represents courage - are you a brave girl?!)

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  40. Kirsten, congrats on surpassing 40K, and WOW, 260 subscribers. Way to go! I would like to see a tutorial on using glitter, too! I have not have luck with it at all. Great blog candy giveaway, very generous!

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  41. Congrats on your hits, I come visit your site daily...I love your wonderful creations! I would like to know more on card sizes you use...sometimes the photo's make them look bigger then they really are. Thanks for a the wonder inspirations!

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  42. I havent got the foggiest idea about a tutorial or the dragonfly, but I'ld sure love to know what Mimi & Jeanine Know, can it be made into a tutorial?!?

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  43. Wonderful blog and congratulations! I would like to see a tutorial on making the pens with the beads on them. I have tried and couldn't make it work. So that would be my vote on one.

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  44. Watercolor, watercolor, watercolor...pencils, crayons, ink refills....any and all!! I have 'em but I don't know where to begin. Congrats on your successful blog. It's great and you deserve it.
    Charlene Austin

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  45. Hi congrats on 40k hits well done!!!!! As for tutorials anything card related is fine by me :)

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  46. I would like to see a tutorial on color and layout choices. You make some great choices, and I would love to have a detailed idea of how you do it!

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  47. Hi...thanks for offering blog candy. I'd love a tutorial on glues. My rhinestones never stay secure. I don't know the best glue to use for applying glitter. Help!

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  48. Thanks for the offer! What I like to see for tutorials is different folds for cards. Always looking for somthing different!

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  49. I would like to see a card with liquid in the window. Ihave seen some with hair j=gel before

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  50. Congrats on the hits! I would like to see a tutorial on fancy folds. And this is answering both questions, but I think the dragonfly is a tatoo that you have :)

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  51. I'd like to see a tutorial on different ways to use punches. Your blog candy looks awesome!

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  52. Congrats on the 40K Kirsten....I personally want to know about the dragonfly...I love em.

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  53. I would love to see a tutorial on Floor wax and Pencil Cryons :)

    congrats on the hits :)

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  54. You've had over 40K hits and I've only just discovered you via a link from "Stampin When I Can." :) Congratulations! I subscribe to blogs looking for tutorials on anything that I don't already know and for inspiration in cards created by others. I know I'll find that here.

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  55. I am dying to know how to use the bouncing brayer method. I saw this on SCS but no tutorial. Help! Just found your blog, had already stalked your gallery. You have a new blog stalker!

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  56. I'd be happy for anything! I love your blog and I love visiting it!!!!!! Elizabeth Glass

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  57. Just a tutorial on anything that you want to, always like to learn new ideas!!

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  58. It's no wonder you've had so many hits, your stuff is amazing!
    I'm thinking you are totally obsessed with Dragonflies, and if we were to visit you at home we would see them everywhere.. lol
    Thanks for all the fun stuff you share, congrats on the hits!

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  59. Congratulations! Along with others I'd like to see a tutorial on how you color images. Your coloring is awesome!

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  60. All the suggestions are great, I'm always open to anything! Keep up the great work.

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  61. All suggestions are great, I'm always open to anything. Keep up the great work! Ilene E.

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  62. I would like to see a tutorial on coloring images with different kinds of colored pencils. I don't even know the name of them but think they are gamsol, copic ?????
    Thank you for sharing your amazing artistic talent with us.

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  63. I love your blog. I would like to see a tutorial on how to color. Mainly how to use shading.

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  64. I would love to know how to use the Twinkling H2O's! Do you know anything about those? I've had them for a few years and STILL don't know what to do with them! Congrats on so many hits!

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  65. Congrats on all the hits and thanks for offering such a great giveaway!

    I would love to see various card fold or cards of different sizes. Also tutorials on items that aren't cards, but maybe paper projects.

    Keep up the great work!

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  66. I love tutorials of any kind. It's so neat to see what others are "doing" with their stamps. I would love to see something about using pencil crayons. I have tried many times to use them, but my images never seem to turn out "right". Congrats on all your hits. Love your blog!

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  67. Watercolouring would be a great tutorial.

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  68. Im a new stamper and even newer to blogging!! OMG so addicting!! I am doing pretty good with my prisma coloring of the image, but I have noticed you often do some background coloring around the image. Any tips on that?

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  69. I would like to see more ways to use a brayer. I just bought one and don't really know what to do with it! Congrats on your great blog!

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  70. *raising hand* Iknow, I know! hee hee. Look at all those comments . . . . .

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  71. I'd like to see a tutorial on how to use the prisma pencil's and camesol. Thanks for sharing that great candy!

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  72. Is the dragonfly there because it was swatted while the banner was created and someone then said, oh that's kinda cool...let's work it in!? LOL

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  73. I would love to see a tutorial on how you color with markers and pencils. You work is amazing. Congrats! Yummy nuggets. Maybe will be lucky and get a few.

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  74. I have no idea what gamsol is but would love to! Congrats on your hits! Love your blog!

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  75. I would like to see a tutorial on watercoloring or how to use gamsol.

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  76. Malissa LangstonJune 9, 2007 at 9:57 AM

    I would like to see you discuss your process- do you always start with the image first, paper first, etc? I love hearing about how people create! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  77. I just bought a new tool and would love to learn hao to use it. So I would love to see a tutorial about the stamp-a-ma-jig. Thanks. And congrats to you!!!!!!

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  78. I would love to see a tutorial
    how to color images (watercolor, prismacolors, blender pens).

    Congratulations and thanks for the inspiration!

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  79. Love your blog - congrats on the hits! I would like to see a tutorial on using masking on cards with one set of stamps. thanks!

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  81. Congrats on the hits! I would like to see a tutorial on making your own envelopes. I am starting to make different-sized cards and can't always find envelopes to coordinate.

    Thanks!!

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  82. Love your site--your ideas are wonderful--I think the dragonfly may represent your son and a tutorial on the prisma color markers/pencils and how to use them correctly would be wonderful!!

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  83. Congrats on all your hits! I'd love to see tutorials on paper folding. I love all of your stuff. Take care!

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  84. Great blog! What sweet candy you are giving to your readers. I love all tutorials, cuz I love to try new things. One that I would love to see is how to color images. All the images I see out there looks like artist did them. I really need help with mine and can use any suggestions. Thanks for a chance.

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  85. Congratulations, wonderful blog!
    I'd love to see a tutorial on bleaching.
    Claudia F.

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  86. I'd love to see tutorials on different folds for cards, or cool uses for punches. Then again, I read everything, so you should just write what you like!

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  87. I would be interested in seeing different ways of how to use some punches.....like the round tab punch. I love your cards...the mouse once are just too cute. Great blog candy!

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  88. I am interested in different coloring mediums. Even though you're very familiar with different techniques, a new stamper like myself will appreciate a "this is how you get started" tutorial.

    The dragonfly is symbolic of illusion and magic, which your art definitely evokes!
    Congratulations! Regina

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  89. Congrats with the hits, 40K WOW!! Proof is in the pudding, your site is great. I have a 3 yr old and the naps are starting to fade, so now its bed/stamping time. Keep up the blog, I love it! Jennifer

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  90. Congrats on your hits! I think a tutorial on watercolor crayons would be wonderful!

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  91. kirsten, congratulations on the blog milestone!! cool! as far as tutorials---i NEED someone to give me instruction on working with glitter and the many ways to do it! i managed to dump a whole container of it on myself the other day. so please include how NOT to do that!!

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  92. Congrats on 40K!! I would love to see how to use glitter the right way. I have some and have never used it!! Not quite sure how to!

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  93. WOW wau to go! Tanya

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  94. I would like to see a tutorial on glitter....I recently found a stamp pad that is called "glue pad"
    http://www.impressrubberstamps.com/miva/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=Glue_pad&Category_Code=WN
    and I'm wondering how to use it/if you've used it etc.!
    :O)
    Thanks for the GREAT blog!
    ktaylorteach2@yahoo.com

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  95. oops....here's the entire website for that glue pad....
    http://www.impressrubberstamps.com/miva/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=Glue_pad&Category_Code=WN
    sorry about that....

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  96. How about a tutorial on what do with paper scraps. I have a big stash of them. I just can't bring myself to toss them.

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  97. Hi!
    I just found your blog...through Allison of course :)

    Thank you for the chance to win such great candy!!

    I would love to see a tutorial on how to apply glitter, so it stays on, and isn't in a big clump.

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  98. Congrats on reaching this latest milestone. I too am in awe of the coloring you do on your stamped images. A tutorial on how you watercolor your images would be great! Thansk for all your inspiration!

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  99. I'd love to see a tutorial on how to make a square card. I'm not sure what measuerments would work and what envelopes to use. =) Thanks Kirsten and CONGRATS on 40K! I just hit 1K and I have some Blog Candy as well so come by and visit when you can!!

    Hope you're having a creative day!

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  100. I love your blog and all your cards. I particularly like your watercoloring and would love some tips on that. Thanks for sharing your work. Ali

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  101. hello, your cards are great, I would like to see a tutorial on bleaching, think tht would be fun and helpful

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  102. Personally I can never get too many tutorials on coloring techniques.

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  103. I would love to see a turtorial on water colors....love that..Congrats too!!

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  104. I would really like to see a bleaching tutorial. And maybe what papers bleach out to white, instead of those funky colors! Does that make sense? Thanks for the chance to win. I am lovin that ribbon.

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  105. I'd like to see a tutorial on colouring with markers. Have been enjoying your blog since I recently found it.

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  106. Oh my --- 105 comments! Yesterday I did not want to be the first --- well I guess I got my wish!

    I love the way you use color --- I know primsa and SCS have tutorials, but you do this so well --- I guess that is the tutorial I would love to see.

    Dragonfly --- I don't know --- but I like your new watermark -- cool!

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  107. I would like to see tutorials on cards with unique shapes or different ways of folding them other than traditional.

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  108. Love all kinds of tutorials. Your coloring is beautiful so that would be good. Different card folds and using punches would be great!! Love your blog!

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  109. Congratulations on all the hits! Your blog is one of my favorites to visit. I would love a tutorial on how you color your images - love how the Whipper Snapper stamps look when you have them all colored. Just keep posting!

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  110. I'd love to see a tutorial on coloring, with either pastels (different techniques) or watercoloring.

    Congrats on your 40K!

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  111. How about the technique using wax paper?

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  112. You have such a terrific blog, I would love to see a tutorial of how you color your images so wonderfully, they always look great! Thanks for offering the blog candy!
    Geny C.

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  113. Dragonflies in Japan are a symbols of Courage, Strength and Happiness. So I will say that is the reason for the dragonfly in your banner.
    As for a tutorial, I would like to see how you layer/shade your coloring or how you come up with your layouts.
    I very much enjoy your blog.
    Kandi Kwirant

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  114. Oh what fun!! I would love to see a tutorial on using Alcohol inks and blending solution. I bought some (it was on sale!) and have no clue what kinds of things I can do with it, I mean I know I can drop some on glossy stock but then do you also drop on the blending solution or do you spritz and wipe it or what?! I'm sounding really dumb I know but I seriously have never used it.

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  115. First, you have a great blog. I'm a subcriber and get a lot of inspiration from here.

    What tutorial... I'd like to see something about making envelopes from the 5 in 1 template (or other template) for odd size cards. You see so many square cards - and I hate to buy 50 envies for the 1 card...

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  116. I love your blog! Great artwork! I would like to see a tutorial on soot stamping. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  117. I would like to see a tutorial on how you watercolor around your images to give a shadowing effect. I cannot get it to look right and hate to waste cardstock with my mess-ups!
    I enjoy checking out your blog!
    Jennie Harper

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  118. Congrats on 40K! I love seeing the new things you post each day! I would love to see a tutorial on your coloring techniques and how to mix and match designer papers! I never know what papers to put together!

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  119. I like tutorials that show how to make boxes, pouches, purses...anything that can be made to hold a little treat. Thanks for taking the time to do tutorials!

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  120. I would like to see some tutorials on differnt techniques. I do not know very many techniques, so this would be most helpful to me. Thank you for the chance at some candy!!

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  121. I would be happy with whatever tutorial you put up I love looking at all tutorials cause it is always generally something I don't know!!! he he

    Haven't the faintest idea about the dragonfly so can't wait to find out?

    Alex xx

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  122. Your site is fabulous! I can't wait to see what you have new each time. What are Prismacolor pencils ( and where do you get them) and Stickles? I see them listed a lot. Your coloring with the pencils is wonderful so a tutorial on how to do that would be helpful and I'll have to shop for some to work with.

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  123. I would like to see a tutorial about mineral spirits and blending stumps with colored pencils.
    Congrats!
    Tiffany

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  124. I love tutorials on anything 3D and unique card folds! Awesome naptime nuggets! Thanks for sharing:)

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  125. Wow,what great candy!!!
    I'd love to see the shaving cream tutorial,I've heard some ladies talking about it ,but never done it,so that would be interesting for me! Thanks

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  126. Congrats! I'd love see a tutorial on watercolors.

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  127. Congrats on all your hits! Your blog is great, it's always a joy to read! :) For tutorials, I guess I really like to see fun-fold cards. Something that is different from the norm. I find them a lot of fun to make. Keep the great cards comin'! :)

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  128. Congrats!!

    I'd like to see a tutorial on heat embossing!

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  129. I like tutorials on creating construction style cards - different shapes or folds or boxes or pop ups etc

    I LOVE tutorials!!

    Donna

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  130. I would love to see a tutorial on how you watercolor. You do such a wonderful job and each of your cards just facinate me! Congrats on so many hits...your blog is great:)

    amy moore

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  131. Oooh I have to agree and vote for the watercolouring and colouring tutorials. This is an area you are so good at and I really need to improve on.
    Love your blog and can't wait to see more!

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  132. Since I have a gazillion punches I would lie to see different ways to use punches other than punching out whatever shape it is a sticking it on a card, which is what I usually do! I don't know the significance of the dragonfly but I love the banner!

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  133. I would love to see how you use glitter and/or embossing powder!

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  134. I love everything that you do here! As a new SU demonstrator, you give me tons of inspiration. Thank you for all of the great ideas. I am with the majority and would love to learn more about your amazing coloring techniques. Good luck with all!

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  135. I love your blog, I check it out as often as I can :)! I would love to see a tutorial on what the best way to use those H2O watercolor paints :)!

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  136. Wonderful candy! I would be interested in seeing a tutorial for masking. :)

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  137. Happy Monday!

    I'd like to see a tutorial on how to use the essentials glue pad with fun flock and glitter, etc.

    I'm always interested in learning new ideas!

    Thanks for asking!

    And.....Congratulations!!

    Cathy M.

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  138. I would like to see a tutorial on an explosion box! Those are so fun! Thanks for the blog candy offer!

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  139. I would like a tutorial on different ways to color an image. You do such a good job of it. Congratulations on all your hits and thanks for offering such yummy blog candy.

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  140. I would love to see a tutorial on coloring with Prisma's using Gamsol....

    Lisa Banks

    http://blessedalatte.blogspot.com/

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  141. I would love to see a tutorial on a purse or other container made from cardstock that you can give a small gift in. I find that when someone I know is in the hospital I take a pair of cute socks for them to wear. I would love something I can make up, with a matching card to grab and put a pair of socks in and take to a friend. I did make a purse that I found on one blog, but it was too big.
    I do love your sight, I have learned so much from you and go back to your gallery for card ideas all the time.
    Thanks so much!! Dana

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  142. I would love to see a tutorial on crayon resist. Thanks for share your GREAT blog!

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  143. Your blog is wonderful inspiration. Love all you posts and continue to check daily for new and great ideas. dorothy Freber

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  144. Kirsten - as you know, I love your work. I'd love some help on how to color images. What do you use most, watercoloring, pencils, crayons etc. Your images always look so nice. I'm guessing the butterfly is also a tatoo!

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  145. i want some info on how to use glitter...i am always sooo messy with it, so i never want to use it again...is that just something i have to deal with??
    thanks!
    emily anderson
    emilymaeanderson@hotmail.com

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  146. Hi Kristen!
    Don't know if you can help me with this, but maybe you can point me in the right direction.

    I would LOVE to see a tutorial on how to tie a flat bow - for LEFTIES!

    I just cannot get the hang of it, trying to follow all the other tutorials that are backwards for me.

    Thanks!

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  147. I'd love to see a tutorial on how you watercolor images too!! You do such beautiful work!!

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  148. I would like help with embellishments. And also the shrinky dink, mine always curl up.

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