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Paint or Scrap?

I'm so crazy over both painting & Scrapping that I can't seem to stay on one project.  Thankfully I have a large workspace on both sides of my craft room.  I can keep a painting going on one table & turn my chair and work on scrapping on the other table.

I've been invited to go attend the Stampin Up convention in Charlotte 8/20/11.  One of the things they do is swap cards with each other.  So right now I'm working on a card to design to make multiples of so I can swap.  Going to use black background, purple as 2nd color & yellow/white flowers.

The painting I'm working on right now is flowers in a glass vase.  Have discovered Margorie Harris on youtube.  Really like her technique.  Practice makes perfect right?  Mine does NOT look like hers.

I've taken a break to do more research on flowers made with scallop punch. My husband has gone to get dinner since I have no interest in cooking supper anymore.  I go straight to my craft room when I get home from work! Lucky girl.
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