Ann's First Look: New COLOR ME Papers & Card Toppers
May 1, 2014

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Cathy (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
I love the color combinations especially on the dragonfly. The acetate window is such a clever idea. I love Ann's work.
Penny Reed (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
What a great week of beautiful designs, Ann! You have really wowed us! Thank you for staying active on Paper Wishes!
Diane Lynne C. (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
You have Wowed us once again Ann. My favorites are the dragonfly card and all the acetate cards. I must try those, spectacular! Can't wait until tomorrow's artful card kit(s)
Elise (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
Ann, You have done an outstanding job this week! Can't wait to try some of these ideas. Thank you so much.
Linda A. (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
Ann, this week's webisodes have been amazing! Do I see a possible CD/DVD of your cards in the future? I absolutely love the acetate card you made. It is gorgeous and beautifully engineered. Thanks for showing the variety of mediums you used on your projects. I must say, you have opened my eyes to using other methods of adding color to my cards. Time to get out of my rut, and start using my watercolor pencils, smooch ink, and Gelatos, oh my!
patricia p. (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
Wow you guys have blown me away for this whole series. Ann your work is fantastic and Gail so is yours. Paulette you are a great host and creative giant in the paper industry. what more can I say. You have a great team of artists and we all thank you for such great crafting tools you bring to us. Thanks and keep it up.
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Ann Barba (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
I just wanted to comment that the acetate card was done with the watercolor pencils, and the bee card was colored with Gelatos (they just got it switched on the Webisode). But everything should be correct in the instructions. Also, I just wanted to say that I'm honored to bring you these projects, and a huge THANK YOU to all who have complimented my work!
Peg (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
Love, love, love the card done on acetate! Ann is a special and talented lady. I am enjoying this WOW.
Rose (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
Another awesome day of products and ideas. Ann's designs are SPECTACULAR!!
I love the card toppers. They make beautiful cards and give me an excuse to color now that my granddaughters think they are to big to color with.


Marlene (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
I just love your webisodes. I am always checking to see if there is something new that I have missed. This week so far has just be fantastic! I also watch for Simply Ann and love her ideas and of course everybody elses. I have looked all over paper wishes site for the stylish blending tool and can't find it anywhere. Where can I get one? And you people can make webisodes everyday and I know they will be watched endlessly. Thanks for all the inspiration.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
You can find the Stylus and Blender pads on our PaperWishes.com website, product #5009927.
Glo (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
Greetings!
I just loved today's webisode, it's so creative, so many ideas & tips! Thank you.
Mary Ann (posted 2 months 24 days ago)
Theresa has nothing on Ann. This whole week of designs are tremendous. The ideas are great but they do take a lot of time to do. Where did Ann find the time?
laura (posted 2 months 25 days ago)
I had to look up the stamp set, because what I wrote below was wrong & it was bothering me. I used stamps from the Happy Patterns stamp set to make my honeycomb card, and I used some cute little computer images for my bees.
laura (posted 2 months 25 days ago)
Lovely, lovely, lovely. I have a friend who recently started beekeeping. I previously made her a honeycomb card using (if I remember correctly) the geometric stamps. I stamped and then cut individual six-sided pieces and foam-taped them at various heights onto the front of the card to simulate a honeycomb look. I also stamped some of the pieces with little bees. I don't remember what sentiment I used, but she loved it. That card took several hours to make. The next time I make her a card, I'm going to use the bee card toppers that you've shown today. It will be just as impressive, but it won't take nearly the time! Also, I'm personally in love with anything having to do with dragonflies, so I'm getting those for my own enjoyment!
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