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Saturday, July 30, 2016

MFP Stamps Challenge 31

MFP Stamps Challenge 31
ANYTHING GOES
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 chose my papers, including a 2 sided designer paper.
Once I measured up my layering I took the 2 sided paper
and cut a straight line half way up from the middle.
Then I folded back from the cut. I stamped my mug
in a coordinating ink and fussy cut it out, then I glued
it to a matching green piece of cardstock and then fussy
cut it again. I attached all my layers and stamped my
sentiment. I stamped Java Time on my mug too. That's
what I love about stamps, NOT mounted on wood, is
the fact that I can cut the stamp. Java Time was in one
line and I wanted it up and down, so...CUT! Worked
out nicely. I attached my mug using mounting tape.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you
Join in the current challenge now!!

I used MFP stamp sets

"Java Time"


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4 comments:

  1. Coffee with you would be fun Like the bg paper here Nice card Lis

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  2. I loveyour designlayout! So clever! I really like your colour combos too! Bravo!

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  3. Very pretty Pam, I like the pink and green and how you outlined the cup with the green! Super cool card :)

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  4. FABULOUS!!!! Love this, Pam. The design is just wonderful. Love the effect of the folded accents. Great idea doing stamp surgery to get your stamp in the right configuration for your mug. Love that you used pink!!!
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