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Saturday, January 9, 2016

Techniques today

For our MFP Challenge II this week there is a tutorial on the technique, acrylic block printing.
 It makes nice backgrounds for your cards.NOW before you say you dont have
 acrylic blocks let me tell you neither did I. So dont let that stop you. I used a little
 plastic lid off one of my little mini stamp pads and it
 worked just fine as you can see!

12 comments:

  1. Well that
    s inventive!!!What do you normally use to stamp your MFP SS stamps?

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  2. I love the "country look and feel" of this card. Like a block from a quilt!
    X

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  3. Oh wow, this is so fabulous!! The background looks amazing!! The design and details are beautiful!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  4. Gorgeous card Davi love the stamping techniques you have used to create this wonderful creation
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  5. WOW!! What a super fun design with all of the techniques you've used on it!! Really fabulous with the country feel!! :) HUGS

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  6. Such a fun card Davi! Love the tea stained background and country charm!

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  7. Oh Davi, I love this!! What an awesome stamped background and that chicken is so cute! Fabulous card my friend!
    Hugs, Tammy

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  8. Lovely card Davi!
    Such great texture here ;)
    Thanks

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  9. Oh, Davi, what a clever way to make a background - I love it! And it does remind me of a country quilt that is perfect for this adorable rooster! I love the scalloped die and the raffia with red button. So sweet! Thanks for stopping by to my blog. It's always a joy to see you, and thanks for your sweet comment! Hugs! (P. S. And I loved the photo of the snow on the tree. Amazing weather these days!)

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  10. Love the background you created using neutral colors.

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  11. This is such a happy beautiful card dear Davi! I love the beautiful background you made and that sweet rooster with the pops of reds. Gorgeous! xx

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