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MFP Sketch w/a Twist "Wild West" Happy Birthday

Welcome to challenge 15 @ Mark's Finest Paper Speedy TV
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I am guest designer for one of their weekly challenges: they have several so check them out!
Wild West Stamp Set   I stamped the image on Crumb cake with black stazon.  I lightly filled in some color with pencils.  I took some Tim Holtz distress ink and sponged around the edges and the whole thing.  The twist was to add buttons.  I had a chipboard tag -I glued Tim Holtz papers and sanded around the edges and then sponged distress ink. I heat embossed the birthday sentiment with black and added the buttons.  My ribbon is from Really Reasonable ribbon.  It grounds my image to the "road".  This has been a favorite stamp set ever since I got it. I didn't have a lot for men and this works perfect.  Please join us this week-you could win a prize!  Jump on over & see what Karen Letchworth has done for inspiration.       


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