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Saturday, September 10, 2016

MFP Stamps Challenge 37

MFP Stamps Challenge 37
(Sept. 10 - Sept. 16)
                              1. Saturday Challenge
                              2. Anything Goes Challenge
                              3. Tutorial Challenge

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1. Saturday Challenge is

***Different Card/Technique***
Twine Wrapped Block

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 and got my block and twine ready.
I put my twine on like an X.
Once inked up I began "stamping" my white cardstock until
I achieved the design I desired.
I stamped my flower in black and colored it using my
Copic markers. Once I added my sentiment I began
assembling the layers to complete my card. The final
touches were the faceted gems added to the flower centers! 
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I used MFP stamp sets
"Black-eyed Susan"
"Tiger Lily"



Challenge closes on Friday, September 16, 2016

3 comments:

  1. I like the "x" wrap. Gorgeous flowers Pam! I used (what I think might be)the same size block and wrapped my twine the long way. I didn't even think to show pictures of my block...maybe next time.

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  2. This is another fun tutorial! Mine ended up to be very random....I like your x pattern as well! And my favorite colors, too!! Very pretty card!

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