11 Responses to “A Favorite Old Technique–Cracked Glass!”

  1. Oh my word! You have had a lot to deal with the last few weeks! I am glad you are a strong person and keep on trucking. I am enjoying all of your creations. Thank you for sharing and hope everyone in your family improves.

  2. So sweet, I too love this technique and haven’t done it in quite some time, thanks for the inspiration!!
    Hope they can give Mallory some answers very soon!

  3. OOOO! This turned out LOVELY! Cracked glass is also one of my favorites…need to “drag” it out sometime again!

  4. Beautiful card. Love the coloring on the stamped image.
    Praying your family gets good news at the dr. appts.

  5. oh this is one of my most fave ever techniques! love what you did with it! 🙂

  6. Great card Sherry, love it. Thanks for the reminder of this technique. Funny how a favourite technique gets replaced with a new fav’ then that gets pushed aside for yet another, and another….
    We cram in that much, that things start falling out of our heads. lol

  7. Great card. I also have had colors disappear when I do this technique. Glad to know it isn’t me.

  8. Beautiful!! After reading your post, I don’t feel too bad about my LaBlanche stamps that have never seen ink ! Thanks!! As for the butt crack I didnt even notice it – hysterical!!

  9. Beautiful card using the cracked glass technique. Love how you have framed the main focal. Very nice work. TFS!!! 😀

  10. Sherry…have been out of town and unable to check my e-mail. This is GORGEOUS! I love the cracked glass technique, and your coloring is wonderful. I actually like the somewhat faded colors…makes it look really vintage. The yellow bow against the blue is terrific! Such a yummy card!

  11. wonderful technique, enjoyed your work, thank you

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