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 What is my favorite part of browsing blogs?  Seeing someone use a tool in a whole new way!  I read every comment that is left here on my blog and if a link is left I’ll often check the site out and return the favor.  I love that it exposes me to brand new blogs.  Well, the other day Travelingmama left a comment and when I visited her blog I was drawn to the last card in this post.  She used her Mat Pack to make patterned paper.  I was WOW’d, and I added it to my “To Try” list, but it was one of those things that was calling my name.  So I pulled out my mat pack along with a few Stampin’ Write markers and went to work.  I used Close to Cocoa, Really Rust, Not Quite Navy, Old Olive and simply colored in the largest circles.  When I was done I went back and outlined each one in Basic Black with the smaller side of the marker.  I also added a white dot in the center of each with my white gel pen.  Now, this was time consuming for this size of a piece, but I have to say that the result is well worth the time involved.  I did keep the rest of the card fairly simple so that I could show off my hand-made pattered paper.  Thanks Tina for the new technique added to my favorite list. 

Jenn

stamps – Doodle This, Just Celebrate

paper – really rust, whisper white, not quite navy

ink – Stampin’ Write markers in Basic Black, Close to Cocoa, Really Rust, Old Olive and Not quite navy, Whisper White craft, Versamark

accessories – mat pack, signo gel pen, 5/8″ chocolate chip grosgrain, 3/16″ corner rounder, white and crystal clear ep, heat gun, mini glue dot, earth elements button, dimensional

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  1. I was just about to say what cute patterned paper that was, and then I read on. You’re amazing. It looks so fun and perfect. You know what stinks though. Every time I try to go to travelingmama’s blog my internet locks up and then I have to shut it all down. She looks to have such great stuff. I want to get an open polka dot background stamp. That would make this easier. Take care.
    Misty

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  2. Magnificent! It does look like it would be timeconsuming but TOTALLY worth it…FABulous work!

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  3. Awesome card. I was going to ask about the dp…I will have to try this.

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  4. Wow, that’s cool! I’ll have to try that sometime.

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  5. Love the colors. You disappeared off my blog roll so I fixed it… I was missing your blog!

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  6. Oh my goodness, that looks great! Love the background you created!
    Have a great weekend
    Hugs and smiles

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  7. Love the paper that you created Jenn! It looks fantastic! xx

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  8. This is fabulous! Thanks for sharing her blog, I’m so going to try this!

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  9. very cool, Jenn! When I looked at the card- my first reaction was “Cool patterned paper. I wonder who makes that.” It was worth the time!

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  10. I also thought cool paper until I read that you made it. Then I was like, that is super cool paper!!

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  11. awesome! Now doing that with the mat pack will be on my to do list! Love how you outlined each circle and put a dot in the middle!!!!!!

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