Just keep applying ink until you reach your desired color. I added more ink to darken up some areas just to make it look more interesting.
After I ran my white cardstock through my Cuttlebug, I simply applied the Versa Magic ink directly to the paper with a make-up sponge.Since I don't subscribe to the newsletter and have only seen samples made using this technique, I decided to do a little bit of an experiment to see what I could come up with on my own.All of my experimenting was done on plain white cardstock.He said: "The higher they are, the bigger their homes and more numerous their wives or mistresses, all bedecked in jewelry appropriate to the power and position of their men." Another method Lee used to stamp out corruption ?in 1960, his government allowed the courts to treat proof that an accused was living beyond his means or had property his income could not explain as corroborating evidence that the accused had accepted or obtained a bribe," Lee explains.The Pavilion were able to readily adapt to our event requirements & provided excellent service on the night of the competition’s annual presentation dinner.
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In this latest book, Lee fearlessly expresses his ideas, seeking "to be correct, not politically correct." He is unapologetic for his aggressive responses to his political opponents, his often unorthodox views on Western-style democratic systems, the Western concepts of human rights.
Lee also recounts his impressions of nations, leaders and historic events as diverse as Indonesia from Suharto to President Wahid, Thailand, the Sultan of Brunei, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, British leaders, Japan, America to Taiwan, Hong Kong and others.
The world has many tiny states which have languished in obscurity, with even resource-rich small stakes like Nauru mired in problems.
In 1965, the Sydney Morning Herald said: "An independent Singapore was not regarded as viable three years ago.
By Wilson Lee Flores When I asked the nation's top business leaders from John Gokongwei, Jr., Lucio Tan, Enrique Zobel to young tycoon Luis Miguel Aboitiz as to who they admire the most for enlightened leadership, they unanimously mentioned the name of 77-year-old Lee Kuan Yew, founding father of Singapore and now Senior Minister.