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Greeting Cards
Handmade by Dea Shelton
 

Christmas Card
 using transparencies, foamies, and permanent ink
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Valentine Card
using dye cut machine, and  printer embossing techniques.
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Thanksgiving Card
I cut, cut, and cut some more, most time consuming card I have every done.  Cut the objects, glued to toothpicks, arrange added paper straw. 
Very Simple
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Thanksgiving Card
using Modeling Paste, brass stencil, glitter and chalks
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Halloween Card
The witch was a watercolor painting I did, that I scanned in my computer and scaled down, printed on cardstock and cut out.  The stars and happy halloween, were cut out with a dye cutter, masking tape applied to backside, and glitter rub into tape.
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Christmas Card
The snowballs were made with liquid applique, heat set, when still warm, glitter was applied.
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Wedding Invitation
The leave were printer on gold vellum, the glitter frame was cut from a dye cutter and put through a xyron and glitter applied
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Valentine Card
My first shaker card using foamies as a base.
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Christmas Card
The frame was cut with a dye cutter and embossed with a hand held embosser.
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Christmas Card
My very first card.  I used liquid applique and heat set for the snow, when still warm sprinkled with glitter.
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Christmas Card
Your best crafting tool, a computer and quality printer.
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

Mother's Day Card
This image was a stamp, I scanned in, printer on color pencil paper and used colored with prism colored pencils.
Dea Shelton, Artistic Designer

 

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