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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Now this was fun...

I had one little idea surface last night for another Maya Road card for the NY stationary show. I wanted to make a chipboard key look rusty, but only in certain areas...not the entire key.
So...I used the distress embossing ink reinker, right from the bottle. It was simple to apply the reinker to very small areas & then selectively add the distress embossing powders in several different colors. I like the rusty worn look.

We still have no emails coming thru. I can send, but not receive. The latest update said that they EXPECT the issue to be resolved by 6am EASTERN time. Hmmm...It's 3 1/2 hours AFTER that & still nothing. The "P" word ( patience) is NOT in my vocabulary. I guess EXPECT is the operative word. 10 years ago I never would have thought that I would rely so much on email. Times sure do change.

Special "HEAL QUICK" thoughts are headed east to my friend Robin Beam. Incase you missed the details of her contest, check it out here. And a reminder...if the grand prize winner is one of my blog friends, I'll add something fun to the grand prize!

That's the story for today!
Make your Tuesday...arty!


Lisa Pace said...

Wendy this key is so cool! TFS

Carmen said...

Your key looks awesome Wendy!!!



Kay said...

Wow, this key is awesome! What a great idea you came up with. No wonder you get paid the big bucks. lol

Cecile Nichols said...

Wendy, the key looks great, but my question is--what is it attached to? Please, spill the beans!

A great idea!


D's Paper Studio said...

Wendy when they get your email fixed you are going to be spending the day going through all the emails that have been sitting out there in limbo.......:{

The key is great!