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    « A lazy day | Main | You're Fired ! »

    May 04, 2009


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    Wow, that is gorgeous. Sounds like you had a whole lot of fun doing this.

    Cazzy x


    Oh I really love this and I'm off to give it a try right now!!.....not that it'll turn out as fab as yours but hey, playing is the name of the game!

    Sarah Anderson

    Suze this is stunning! I've been playing with alcohol inks recently and the original colours go really nicely with the new brights :) Wax and claybord were next on my list and now I'm going to play with the two at the same time. Thanks for the inspiration
    ps I love how your fingernails match the gold leaf rub n buff - how co-ordinated is that, matching your artwork!!! ;)

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