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MFP #17 You Crack Me Up!

I'm a guest designer this month @ MFP Speedy TV
on the challenge Sketch with a Twist. Hosted by Karen Letchworth

Sketch Challenge #17
Twist:  Use 3 stamps
I used MFP Stamp set Crack Me Up.
I stamped the cherry cobbler with the cracked wall stamp, the butterfly was stamped and then fussy cut and popped up with dimensionals, the sentiments are both in the stamp set.


 I covered a piece of cardstock with a piece of material from Stampin Up.  The newsprint is from DCWV Haberdash. I cut all the background pieces with pinking sheers. 
If you'll use Staz on with your sentiments, it shows up so crisp.
I used the flower punches from SU & took sharp nosed tweezers & twisted them.

If chosen, you can win one of their stamp sets.  So here's the link with all the rules and linky:
http://mfpspeedytv.ning.com/page/sketch-with-a-twist-challenge-17-10-23-12

Thanks for stopping by!

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