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    « and so, it begins | Main | taking it all in »

    March 13, 2010


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    I love your blow by blow shots. More great techniques I'm going to work on.

    Tara C.

    What an awesome time!!! Thanks for the updates


    Thanks for sharing the new technique with sticky back canvas and EP - I have to give it a try!

    ellen vargo

    YOU ARE WITHOUT A DOUBT THE BEST BLOGGER... EVER!!!! I so enjoy reading your posts - they're so detailed - thank you SO MUCH!!!

    Lynne V

    My idea of heaven, having such wonderful products to play with.
    The things you can do with the sticky back canvas are endless.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Sara Sandberg

    That looks SUCH fun!!! I just want to reach into those lovely photos and get my hands messy too!!

    Kathy Gledsdale

    You make a great threesome of super heroes. Utee Woman, Grudge Man and Collage Girl! Oh then you could add on a fourth Mr L The Bar-b-que Man!x

    Karen in Canton, MI

    Great photos! I hadn't seen Claudine's latest techniques, so I really appreciate the explanation you gave. You are all so talented!!


    So many ways to use all these Ranger products. I learn something new every day. Thanks for the great pictures!


    These pics are great. I love the versatility of the products. All these classes at Ranger are so creative and inspirational. Thank you so much for sharing.


    Thanks for all these pics. The sticky back canvas transference is my favourite technique at the moment and I use in almost every project. it's so easy and the results are stunning. Thanks for sharing some tips.
    Please, say hello to Lisa Mitchell. I she her in one of the pics. She's a great artist and a beautiful person.

    Debbie S

    I'm soooo jealous! Great pics - just want to learn the techniques now :)

    Vicki B

    Thanks, Suze, for the behind the scenes look at ranger U. Now I almost feel that I've been there. Lucky you! And for me, ah, someday....maybe ... if I wish hard enough, just maybe!

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