Monday, October 22, 2012

MFP Sneak Peek 10-22-2012



 We are sneak peeking two more sets today by Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co.: Halloween Selections Mini Stamp Set and Enjoy the View.  These are both wonderful and fun sets.  Both sets are so versatile!

Remember, our four day blog hop starts tomorrow at Mark's Finest Papers blog and continues through and including Friday.  While you don't have to comment on each and every blog each day - the more you comment - the more chances you have to win one of the new stamp sets released this month!

Card Recipes:

Stamp: Halloween Selections Mini Set by Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co.
Paper: MFP White Heavy Premium 140 lb. CS; MFP Black CS; Paper Studio Spider Web DP
Ink: Copics: Kitty: W3, 1; YR04, 02; Pumpkins: YR14, 12 and YG91
Accessories: Spellbinder's Labels 20 Dies; Orange/White Twine

Stamp:  Enjoy the View by Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co.
Paper: MFP White Premium Heavy 140 lb. CS; MFP Hazelnut Tan CS; Bo Bunny Midnight Frost DP
Ink:  Copics
Accessories:  Scissors


Thanks for stopping by! Later Gator!



  1. Kathy, your duo of cards are WONDERFUL. The incredible die cut layering on your first is perfect and I LOVE cards that "peek" through windows. Beautiful work here. :)
    Lisa xx

  2. I love both your cards - winter curtains reminds me of being a kid and my Mum having winter and summer curtains for our bedrooms!

  3. what a fun images Kathy and very beautiful cards.

    greetings karin

  4. Awwww! The tag is so cute!!! I am partial to that kitty, you know! :) Oh my LOVE what you did with that window!!!! The curtains are so pretty stamped on winter paper! What a fun scene and very clever to turn the window sideways!!!

  5. These are both really great! I love how you changed the orientation of the window. It really works!

  6. oh my goodness Kathy I looooooooooooove these both.

  7. Wow, these cards are cute with a capital C. The first one, that is an awesome shaped card and I love the view on the second one. Won't be long before we might be seeing that view out our own windows.


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