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Saturday, October 8, 2016

MFP Stamps Challenge 41

MFP Stamps Challenge 41
(Oct. 8 - Oct. 14)
                           1. Saturday Challenge
                           2. Anything Goes Challenge
                           3. Tutorial Challenge

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1. Saturday Challenge is a
***Different Card/Technique***
Faux Metallic Embellishment
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!
This was a great tutorial and I can't believe I never thought
of it before. Silly me. I first stamped my flower and 
colored it using Copic markers. Then I followed the 
tutorial and silver embossed my die cut tag 3 times and 
"stamped" my sentiment.  It made a great metallic look.
Once it cooled, which didn't take long at all, I punched 
holes on each side and ran a ribbon around and attached 
it, using some pop dots under the tag. I added a couple of 
tiny gems and put together my layers to complete 
the card. I enjoyed this tutorial and will use it again!!

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I used MFP stamp sets
"Welcome Poppies"
"Animal Birthdays"


Challenge closes on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016

4 comments:

  1. Great card and I'm going to have look at that technique as truly looks like a piece of engraved metal.

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  2. This is gorgeous, Pam!!! Your faux-metal tag really stands out. I'm so glad you found that technique -- isn't it a fun one? I love doing this and then on the third round, tossing bits of a few different colored powders on -- it creates a really neat effect. :-)

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    1. Thanks, Deedee! I'll certainly have to try the colored powder flecks in it. Sounds awesome!!

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