Category Archives: MFP Stamps

(2015 c74) Altered Journal Cover, MFP Stamps

Today’s project is a watercolor background with stamped  boat from the stamp set called Silly Shells 2013 from Mark’s Finest Papers.  I like how it looks like a ghost ship with the water showing through the sides! Challenges Entered: SimonSaysStamp: (Mon) Gentlemen PoweredByPoppy: Time To Rewind  – I chose The Sky’s the Limit

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(2015 c73) Mixed Media Journal Cover, MFP Stamps

As you can see on the close up below I applied blue tissue paper to indicate waves on top of the watercolored ocean and on top of the turtles in places. The turtles are from Shello Stamp Set from Mark’s Finest Papers Stamp Shop.  The sea shells are from Mark’s Finest Papers Stamp Shop called Silly Shells.  The birds are …

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(2013 c81) Winter Scenes – MFP Stamp

Today’s card was made with a Mark’s Finest Papers stamp from the set called Winter Scenes.  I first stamped the ornament on hot pink CS and colored over with Stardust pen,  then I stamped on white CS and heat embossed with white and then sponged with blue ink and cut out the “scene” center circle …

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(2012 c62) MFP Autumn Glory, Fox on Acetate

Today’s card uses my tutorial on Tutorial Time Challenge #5 found on SpeedyTV.I first stamped the leaves with Versamark and then heat embossed with Emerald Green EP.  Then I used cut outs of the leaves to mask to the leaves & sponged the background (I love this color combination of purple, green, oranges & black).   …

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(2012 c54)MFP Autumn Glory B’Day

October is a busy one for our family, Here’s the first of 7 Birthdays I’ll be doing. For this card I used a stamp set from Mark’s Finest Papers a Heinrichs Co.  called Autumn Glory. and the Birthday sentiment is from Celebrate Big. For this technique I used my tutorial that can be seen on …

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MFP Tutorial Time Ch #16 Use Plant Materials

This week at Tutorial Time on SpeedyTV, Davi Reid has a tutorial for us on using Plant Materials in our card making. (I love this “new to me” technique!) Here is my card that I used PINK petunias to make this background paper, Yes, the pink flowers turned out purple when squashed onto my watercolor …

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