Thursday, 25 August 2016

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Hello.  Welcome.  MFP are having a hop and have added a couple of tutorial challenges as well.  Decided to have a go at making a Layered Embellishment.  This one basically uses scraps and I have plenty scraps!!

I started with a square of pale blue card and added a layer of printed paper that had tiger prints all over it.  Then I added a strip of painty paper that I embossed with Sizzix Cirque ef.  I stamped and embossed MFP Tiger, fussy cut and added the sentiment.  All ready to add to a card or tag as required. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
MFP August Blog Hop Tutorials 
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - It's Hip to be Square 
Lost Coast Portal to Creativity - Hip 2 Be Square 
The Craft Barn Weekly Challenge - Blue 
SUYP Challenge #9 - Furrything Goes 


  1. Gorgeous card Gail, I love the lion and the paw prints, fabulous card :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Lols x x x

  2. The colors you chose are so eye-catching and unique with the tiger. I really like how it turned out! Thanks for joining us at MFP Stamps Challenge!

  3. Great embellishment! Thank you for sharing with at at the MFP August Blog Hop.

  4. Great job with the embellishment!

  5. Love your card
    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week.

    Jo x

  6. Super cool card and lovely to see a 'big cat ' :-D Thank you for purring along to SUYP Cats Challenges :-)

    IKE x

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  7. Wicked cool, thx for joining in on the fun over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity!

  8. Cool image and love the paw prints on the background. Thank you for playing with us at Lost Coast, hope to see you again soon.


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