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Hey everyone if you find something you like but the link does not work then please go to my website at http://www.wandascrafts.com. The majority of my files are over there. I am working on fixing all of the links on my blog but it takes time. Thank you.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

3D Card for Swap

Here is a 3D card that I just finished for a swap for one of the Yahoo Groups I am in. I really like how this one turned out. It's hard to see all the different layers in the picture. I did use SCAL to cut the butterflies and the side border but the files are not mine and I don't remember where I got them from so I'm sorry but I can't share them. I really should keep better track of where I get my files so I can give people credit where credit is due.


8 comments:

Diann said...

Wanda, I just stopped by to look at your ARTwork and it is all lovely...I'm in the Vintage ATC swap and sure will be happy to receive yours! Thanks for sharing!
Diann

Brittany said...

This is a lovely card! The colors are fantastic. Great job and thanks for sharing!

Christina said...

oh Wanda this is beautiful!!!! I love butterflies....

Penny Duncan Creations said...

Oh Wanda Wanda Wanda!!!! This is BEAUTIFUL!!!!! I LOVE the warm tones and the butterfly SETS the card off!!!!!

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Christina said...

Hi Wanda just wanted to let you know I left something for you on my blog..

Rita said...

This is really pretty Wanda...I love the butterflies..you did a wonderful job.

Lisa said...

I am working on saving the info about where I get my files, too. Thanks for putting your initials on yours. I am considering putting initials at the end of each file name, though, and then sorting by topic. It may be too much trouble. For now, I have them sorted by website or designer, but that means I have to search for a file name by keyword, or else look through hundreds of thumbnail images, which will miss a lot on a search. One Yahoo group member suggested tagging the jpg's of the cut files in a photo editing program and then searching there, but I haven't made time for that yet.

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