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Email me: olga.direktorenko@gmail.com


9 comments:

  1. Hi Olga,

    I've been watching your wonderful tutorials on Youtube and have really been inspired to make my own Christmas cards this year. You make it look so easy!

    I was wondering if you have ever used Poppystamps die 1283 Stone Bridge Perspective? I am really intrigued by it, but haven't a clue as to how to use it. I've searched the internet but cannot find a single card made with it. If you have used it, can you maybe post some pictures on your blog? Or even better, I would love to see a video tutorial (hint, hint)! : )

    Thank you for sharing your clever, creative and artistic side. I am a huge fan!

    Julie LaJambe
    Edmonds, WA

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  2. Hi Olga,
    I just started following your blog and love, love, love your work and teaching style.
    I have a few questions: I love the cutter you use, where did you get it and the liquid glue you use looks like it really works well. I have the hardest time finding glue that works with my paper projects.

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    1. Hi Janell,
      Do you mean a paper trimmer or a die cutting machine? Anyway, I always have a supply list with pictures and links to online stores at the end of each post. Example: this one has both trimmer and die cutter included: http://buildingyourworld.blogspot.com/2016/12/white-christmas-day-25-ornament-shaker.html
      I like using an ordinary cheap PVA glue in a needle applicator bottle - it works just great (super strong, dries totally invisible and doesn't turn yellow overtime). I also use Tacky Glue sometimes - it is a quick drying version of a white glue. Happy Holidays to you and yours!

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  3. Glad I found you (you found me, lol) while I was on YouTube. You are very talented and inspirational! I've seen little hands, are they your child's? Thank you.

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  4. Hi Olga,

    I have been watching your YouTube videos for a while now and I am in awe of your cardmaking and designs. I usually purchase larger stamps and dies but will try the smaller shapes as you do I also have many of the Distress stains/ink pads like you use. Just a question...I noticed your glue bottles have a metal tip. Can you recommend where they can be purchased? I have small bottles I refill with glue but the tips don't stay sharp and the glue sometimes comes out gloppy.

    Thank you for your time and keep up the wonderful work!
    Dianne

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    1. Thank you Dianne! Yes of course - I have a supply list on each post, you just click on the picture and it will take you to the online store. Here is those bottles linked up on my recent project: https://goo.gl/YSSgYO Tell me if there are any problems!

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  6. Hi Olga, I can't stop watching your tutorials. You have a unique cad making style. Most of the time you use your dies and ocasionaly your stamps even colours are your rare guests. You strached use of the dies as far as it can be. I realy love your shop display with graceful balerinas and how smart you used your fary die. Love it! I've learned a lot new techniques from you. I wander, do you have an art degree? Because you don't just do a pretty card it's always a real life scene. Well any way, keep doing it, please, and I'll keep watching. Thank you so much for sharing.
    Elena R

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  7. I am in love with the snow globe tutorial. How in the world do I get the base for the snow globes. I am willing to purchase but can’t find it anywhere. Help!

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