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My friend, Jean, on the Splitcoast Technique Lovers Challenge team, asked me to make a sample for today’s TLC877 Challenge. She picked a technique I did a tutorial for 10 years ago! You can see the tutorial HERE on Splitcoast, & I even made a video for it HERE. (You can also view a tutorial I did on my blog HERE.)

This time I did a winter theme & used snowflakes for the bg. I forgot my own advice about using small stamps but was happy to see a white Posca paint pen took care of the few little oversteps.

I will mention, I die cut the stitched back panel first then measured to know where to score the “tiles”. The panel measures 4″x 5.25″ so I scored the lines 1 5/16″ apart. The first time I scored them, I used a Scor-Buddy but found the lines weren’t as deep as when I used a Scor-It board. You want to be sure to use the indented side of the scored bg for your front side.

The teddy was stamped, colored & die cut, popped up a bit on the center panel. The deckle frame was sponged w/ the same set of blue inks I used on the bg & I added a few glitter snowflakes. Here are the Copics I used:

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Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps:Winter Bear w/ Bird , Snowmen w/ Presents
Paper:  Staples 110# white,  X-Press It, Rubbernecker Stamps: Color Fuse ink set#7
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, 
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps: Rectangle Stitch, Winter Bear w/ Bird, Snowman w/ Presents, Deckle Rectangle, Sm. Snowflake dies, Copic Sketch Markers, Misti, transparent glitter embossing powder

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Fun challenge at Splitcoast today (WT345) to make a Faux Tile. I used a tutorial I did earlier this year for Splitcoast called Delft Tile. I also combined it w/ HYCCT1108  Hang in There, to have something hanging on your card.

All images are Our Daily Bread designs. Following the tutorial, I scored the lines then inked the lg collage image with the rouge ink and stamped it. Per the tute, I sponged the edges of my “tile” w/ the lipstick ink and I highlighted the star w/ a silver gel pen.

I attached the sentiment to a fancy tag and hung an ornament w/ a bow on top. The finished card is 4.25 x 5.50.

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Stamps: ODBD – Christmas Tree Collage, Holiday Ornaments
Paper: white, wine red
Ink: Ancient Page bordeaux & coal, Fluid Chalk maroon & rouge, Distress Ink worn lipstick
Accessories: silver gel pen, ribbon, Tombow markers, Spellbinders fancy tags 2, Scor-It

I’m so excited because I have a new Delft Tile tutorial over on Splitcoast today! It’s fun, easy and requires no special tools. And you get a beautiful Delft tile
background! I hope you’ll drop by and check it out.

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