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I love living just blocks from the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan, in WI. I am a wife to Greg(for 40 yrs in 2012), mother to Heather and Amber (love my girls), daughter to Marion (deceased in 2012 at 88 y/o, lived a life glorifying the Lord), sister to Paul and Samantha, aunt to Paula, Shelley (and fam) and Jeremy (and fam), owner of Whisper (the cat) and most of all...a child of God, saved by grace through Christ Jesus. Life is a gift! Eternal life, a BLESSING!!!

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Saturday, July 16, 2016

MFP Stamps Challenge 29

MFP Stamps Challenge 29
No Template Rocker Card - follow TUTORIAL

Here's my sample card as a design team member for Mark's Finest Papers! Thanks for looking and head on over to JOIN IN the challenge fun!
I followed the tutorial, image that, and then I first
stamped the Background Diamonds & Flowers, in
black and used a light violet Copic marker to color
in the blank diamonds, leaving the flowers white.
I stamped my flower image and colored in with,
yes, Copic markers. lol I should be selling those
markers, I think. I made a small tag and stamped the
sentiment. After I fussy cut my flower I mounted
it, and the tag, using mounting tape. That's it.
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I used MFP stamp sets

"Background Diamonds and Flowers"
"Small Flowers"
"Birthday Minis"


  1. Love the pattern and color on your rocker ..........Lis

  2. This is so pretty, Pam! I had never heard of a rocker card, but Ill have to give one a try. I hear you about those Copic markers -- I love mine, and sometimes think they should pay me to sell them -- ha ha! I haven't been around in Blogland in months, but am finally crafting and able to visit again, so I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful work. Hugs!

    1. So glad to see you back in Blog Land!! You've been missed!! Give the challenge a shot! Hugs and stay in touch!

  3. Pretty, pretty, pretty! Love how you used the diamond flower stamp on this card....it works perfectly!! A very unique tutorial....the more I see the cards the more I like it!!