Thursday, 21 July 2016

Rock Star

Hello.  Welcome.  Still looking at the MFT Camp Create challenges.  Decided to play with some in laid die cuts.  And a tiger.   

I made this inlaid diecut stars panel using Sizzix Primitive die and red and blue mirror card.  I embossed the stars with Sizzix Damask embossing folder.  The shape of the line of stars reminded me of the colander.  So I decided to make another no template rocker card.

So I cut the bottom of the star panel and mounted it on a white rocker base.  I stamped MFP Tiger on red mirror card and fussy cut.  The happy birthday is from the same MFP set.  The stars are a stamp from Rubber Dance Textured Flower set.   It rocks!!

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
MFT Stamps Camp Create 2016 - Inlaid Made Easy 
Marks Finest Papers Stamps Challenge 29
MFT Color Challenge 49 
Repeat Impressions WIW Photo Inspiration Challenge - J2016 
Stamplorations July Challenge - Stars


  1. Rockin and Rollin here girl friend TFS MFP Lis

  2. Love the inlaid stars with the tiger! Thank you for sharing with us at MFP Stamps Challenge.

  3. Excellent! I love all the stars! Hugs

  4. Great job, Ina! Love your take on the photo inspiration challenge! Thanks for joining us at The House That Stamps Built!

  5. LOVE the in-Laid die technique:)) Thanks for playing along at STAMPlorations!

  6. Great use of the small star stamp to compliment the inlaid ones.
    Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations. :)

  7. This is so fun!! I love the dimension on your stars; such a great touch! Sorry I'm so late in commenting . . .

  8. I may have forgotten to say "Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built."


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