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Hi, my name is Terri. I started crafting at an early age when my grandmothers taught me how to crochet and embroider on dish towels. Over the years I've tried many other crafting mediums, and have found my favorite in rubber stamping. My wonderful guy (Craig) supports me in everything I do........I'm very blessed!! I love learning new things and hopefully will inspire others to step out of their comfort zone and try a few new things. Thanks so much for stopping by....have a wonderful day!

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

MFP Challenge 8 - Z fold card



MFP Challenge 8 - Z fold card

I used 2 stamps from Marks Finest Papers "Friends" stamp set for this card. I colored the flowers with Copic markers and used distress ink on the white edges. After I embossed the white card stock, I used the distress ink to give it just a little color. This was a very easy tutorial to follow and I like how easily it all came together.

Sunday, February 14, 2016

MFP Challenge 7 - Block it Off


MFP Challenge 7 - Block it Off

I really enjoyed this challenge....it was easier than I thought it would be.  I used one of my favorite "fishy" stamps from Mark's Finest Papers.  I hope Craig catches a few of these this week!!

Thursday, February 11, 2016

MFP January Blog Hop - Fingerpaint Bookmark


MFP January Blog Hop Tutorial - Fingerpaint Bookmark

I used blue, yellow, green and gray gelatos for my colors and stamps from Mark's Finest North American Woods stamp set.  I was surprised at how easily the gelatos blended with just a small amount of water!  This was a fun tutorial!!

MFP Challenge 6


MFP Stampshop Challenge 6 - CAS Hearts

I used a sentiment stamp from Mark's Finest Take Time stamp set and paired it with a die cut and heart punch to make a heart bouquet.  The embossed paper outlined with a gold leafing pen has X's and O's on it to represent hugs and kisses.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

MFP January Blog Hop - Watercolor Background


MFP January Blog Hop - Watercolor Background Tutorial

This was a fun tutorial and I was surprised at how easy the colors blended together once the water was added!  I used a few of Mark's stamps.....the Daisy flowers, the butterfly and the sentiment.