Welcome to the MFP November Blog Hop! This month, we are releaseing 6 NEW SETS!
And…LOOK for a NEW LINK LIST TOMORROW!!!
We have 6 New Stamp Sets Released: Brick Wall, Bells on Bobtail, Christmas Postage Due, Bold & Free, Muscial Holiday and Welcome Home. For your convenience, all 6 stamp sets are available for purchase TODAY!
For your chance to win BLOG CANDY, (a set that will be released NEXT month), visit and comment on each of the following design team members' blogs TODAY. On Saturday, (November 13, 2010), a winner will be chosen from those participants who visited all the blogs listed for today. (There will be four different winners, one winner for each day of the blog hop. You DO NOT have to comment every day. However, the more days you comment, the more chances you have to win!) If you miss a day, you can go back and comment on each day's blogs, as the winners will be chosen Saturday morning.
Here is the card I created to showcase the new Welcome Home set. I just love this set. Lighthouses can be used for so many wonderful cards. For this one, I stamped the image onto vanilla card stock and colored with Copic Markers. I sponged light blue around the lighthouse to give it a sky look and then shadowed and sponged the lower portion with a caramel color. I then cut/embossed the image with an oval Spellbinders die then did the cracked glass technique on it. I rubbed in more brown and blue inks to get into the cracks so you could see them better. I then mounted that onto the light brown cardstock which was cut/embossed with Spellbinders Beaded Ovals die and I sponged on the darker brown using the die as a stencil. That is popped up on the blue cardstock. I added a strip of the brown cardstock behind the blue which was cut/embossed with Spellbinders Fancy Tags and then the sentiment was stamped with brown ink and popped up. I added the lace and ribbon bow and the lighthouse charm. All the supplies for this card can be found on the Mark's Finest Papers website. I love that lace.
Karen- – that’s me and you are already here!
Mark’s Finest Papers