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March 14, 2009

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pat posk

I really loved your tutorial on the Z card and how you explained the whole process.. I like to hear your voice telling how you do because hearing it makes it stick ...when you hear the words they stick in your memory..as a senior this is very helpful.

I loved all the detail you did to bring out the punched borders...and your right it does make it show up so much better and adds a little glitz at the same time..
Keep talking and sharing..we can listen to music anytime...but we can't always hear you...and hearing you makes it stick...
thanks
pat

Wendy Mcglinchey - Anntaurus

I have admired your work for some time now and was really pleased to see the addition of the videos! I have had a go at the Z Fold and it is on my blog:-

http://craftblog.craftybutterfly.co.uk/2009/03/colour-create-challenge-this-week-was-r.html

Thanks for taking the time for this.

Wendy

Maria

Hi Linda, I have been a paper arts instructor locally here in Washington State for about 10 years and always love learning new ways with paper ;-) I have loved visiting your creative blog each day for inspiration over the last few months. I also have you listed as one of my favorite places to visit on my new blog: www.velvetinkcafe.blogspot.com

Thank you for your step by step video tutorials. They are wonderful!I am having loads of fun playing with Copic markers. I would also love to hear about the recent camera purchase because it does such a great job.

I appreciate your willingness to share and teach us how to be better "artists".

Dana Jones

Linda, you asked us to post a link to our Z cards...here is mine...thanks again!http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1278250?cat=6291

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1278249?cat=6291

Louise Fox

Linda, you have a very natural ability to teach and demonstrate. I enjoyed all of the videos so much and learned a ton. I am just starting to use Copic markers and have a fear of making "mud" by doing too much which is my normal mode. You not only demonstrated the blending, but I think I have overcome my fear of "mud". You are so very talented and are an inspiration to me and my decision to start stamping again. Blessings to you and thanks from the bottom of my Art! Louise

Sandy K

Cool tutorial and great card. Thank you!

Lynne Phelps

Could you please share some information about your new camera - what you selected and why? I cannot believe the difference it made - I could SEE, I could HEAR, WooHoo! Awesome tutorial - you attention to detail with the front and back, the scallops, making sure the folds worked on multiple layers (which is something most people forget), and the ribbon to cover the seam - fabulous!

SasSa

Thanks Linda for the great "how to". Will definitly try it out.
Hugs SasSa in Sweden.

Lisa Dickinson

Your tutorial got me out of a tight spot today...I needed a special baby card and this was perfect, I used the crafty secret child sitting on the books for a book themed gift -book basket gift. Thanks for teaching us so clearly! I would have never thought of layering 2 pieces of cs together. The marker tip makes it looked so trimmed like real eyelet lace! lisa ( iused PTI thicker CS; what do you suggest for the best thickness when doubling up?)

Elaine Moore

Great Job Linda!! I love printed instructions that I can keep - but being able to see the card actually made helps so much. So glad you're doing this for us.

Tonniece

OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YAHOOOOOO. Great video Linda. I have been stalking your blog for a long time and your cards leave me breathless. I am so looking forward to actually seeing you create your stunning cards. Your series of '12 women same style cards' last year have been viewed by anyone within eyesight of my computer, I can't look at them enough.
I just love your cards.

Hugs and happy Sunday

Linda C.

Wonderful, wonderful!! How priceless are these tutorials! Not in a million years would I have tried one of these z folds but now will! Thank you Linda for taking your time to show us these details. You were very easy to follow & your new camera worked great!

Lori Reinholz

Linda, You did a great job! Nervous or not, I felt like I was in class and really learning something! This is such a great card and you made something that appears to be very hard to do, very easy! Thank you so much! I watched it 3 times and enjoyed it each time! I really do hope you do more of them! Hugs Lori

Laurie

Great video, Linda! Can't wait to see more of them! I'm going to have to get that scallop punch now - thanks for enabling me!

Norine

thanks so much for the video as always very good info love the card
Hugs
Norine

Christina D

I just found your blog in the last day or so, but it is the best! I enjoyed the z-card. Now to get brave enough to try one. Thank you for showing how to do it.

Beverly Reynolds

Loved it! Do more!!!

Becky

Linda~ Great Job!! Everything was clear and easy to understand....love the hint about highlighting the border...I will have to admit though...doing that will only be for very special people in my life! ~ Becky

CherylQuilts at SCS

Linda, this was fabulous. I watched it twice and found it extremely helpful. Thanks for sharing your tip also about the coloring of the punch holes...makes a big difference. I so love your work...it's exquisite!

smallcity

Wow, what a great card, Your new camera is awesome, i could hear you so good and the picture is wonderful. Your directions for your projects are real clear to understand , Great, Great job. Can't wait for the next project!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

smallcity

Gabriela (Gabi With An Eye)

I'm not only in awe of your card making talent but also of your video productions. Your tutorials are well formatted and accurately detailed. I can't thank you enough for your time and effort in creating this (and other) tutorials. Just wonderful.

Kim Prince

Linda, thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial! I can't wait to give this card a try. Your card is just adorable, and thank you for the tips on colouring the holes and top of the border punched edges! You are right, it makes the edges pop!
Have a great weekend and I cant wait to see what you come up with next.
:)
Kim

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