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Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft and May Arts Blog Hop


Hi! Mieko here. I was thrilled to get some amazing May Arts products to work with. I had a lot of fun using May Arts products to create a love you card.

Each day this week, we’ll post a new project on our blogs. Make sure you hop to both blogs and the Facebook page for more chances to win and more inspiration!

Leave a comment here and on the May Arts blog for a chance to win $50 in product from Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft and May Arts! For another chance to win, leave a comment on our Facebook page and the May Arts Facebook page!

This blog hop will end at 12am EST on September 28th.

Winners will be announced on the companies’ blogs on September 30th.

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Using Gold PITT® Artist Pen draw veins on leaves.

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Tie the velvet ribbon.

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Using Gold and Silver Pitt® Artist Pens paint the Hessian Ribbon.

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Color the scallop edge lace with an ivory pearl centre using PITT® Artist Pens and water.

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Apply color to the clear stamp using Gold, Silver and Copper PITT® Artist pens. It is waterproof, lightfast and archival. The special bullet nib can be used for inking small stamps. Mix & Match makes designing with COLOR simple.

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Color the stamped image using Gold Art GRIP® Color Pencil.

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Thank you for stopping by and hope I have inspired you.

Supply list;

Gelatos® Colors & Clear Stamp Green(#770158)-Stamp

Metallic PITT®Artist Pens(#770090)-Gold250**Copper252** Silver251**

Art GRIP® Color Pencils-Gold#250

Other supply list:


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Hope Amen

What a great blog hop! I would love to win your prize as I am a huge fan of your products. Thanks for the chance to win!


Very pretty card. Love the metallic colors and how you custome colored the embellishments.

tammy b

wow, such versatility. thanks for showing us that!


Great step outs to show different way to custom color your ribbons with just one set of PITT pens! Great idea to enhance your stamped image with the Gold Art GRIP Color Pencil - beautiful :) Oh and that flower is amazing!! LOTS of inspiration in one card~!! LOL!!

Carol Mc

Gorgeous cards. Love the metallic stamping
and that beautiful ribbon.

Lisa P

Wow! Lots of different ways to jazz up trim and ribbon. Gorgeous.

Emily H

Ooh wow! This is so lovely!

Becky D

LOVE LOVE LOVE this Meiko! Thanks for the tutorial :) Will definitely be trying some of these techniques - I really love that ribbon flower!!

Miriam Prantner

This is so pretty! I love how the stamp was colored, gorgeous!


Love this card. The stamp matches with the floral embellishment so well. thanks for the tutorial on making the card. I can always use help with coloring.

Jess S.

Gorgeous card! I love the background and the coloured ribbons. :D

Wendy Goundrey

Beautiful card with wonderful colours and dimension!

Carla Hundley

Very pretty card.
I really like the
ribbon used on it.
Carla from Utah

Pati L.

Wow! Beautiful! Lovely colors! The gold stamp looks greenish in the pics, very pretty either way! Pretty coloring of the lace to match the stamped image. Love your use of the velvet ribbon & the hessian!

Kailash Naidoo

Love the delicate design on this beautiful card!


Love the color combo...that metallic rocks!


beautifully done! Love that hessian ribbon! thanks for the chance :)


Oh my... This is Beautiful. Wonderful job.

Johanne L.

Gorgeous project. Love the way you used the ribbon.

Iris Soscia

So beautiful - love the colors you used.

Scrappin' Diva - Cindy B

Gorgeous card! Love it!

TracyM #6773

GORGEOUS card - LOVE your beautiful PITT pen stamping and delightful feature with the ribbons and trims!!! Thank you for sharing these fabulous colouring techniques - I have so much to learn and look forward to trying some real soon :)

Sue D

This is gorgeous--i like all the special details.

Emily Daniels

This looks fabulous!! I love the colors you used!!


Coloring the ribbon was a good idea.

Laura G.Turcotte

such beautiful creations---Fingers are crossed that I win!!

stamping sue

Pretty card. like how you combined all the different ribbons.
stamping sue

Helen Markee

I really like the card! Thanks

Janis in ID

This elegant card has all the stately beauty of a lovely Christmas card, but I do see the sweet, little I Love You charm. Gorgeous!
<3 J

Ava Gavloski

whoa, mieko that is one creative gorgeous card. Love all the elements and wow you really did show us how to use the quality products.........move your design

Amanda C.

Very pretty card!


I hadn't thought of using these pens for stamps! Great look!

Maureen Hayes

What a stunning card! It is amazing the way you all find such creative ways to use these products. You all inspire me to want I play more with the whole line.


What a beautiful card!


I love how you colored the lace and matched things up with the stamping


Love how you have used the ribbon to make a flower, lovely way to color the stamp!!

Jan Castle

Stunning card!!! TFS how you made it - look like I will have to get some of those 'artist pens'...makes for a beautiful background!

Denise Bryant

Pretty color combination and lovely embellishments! Beautiful card!


What fantastic combination of the May Arts and Faber Castell products. I love how you have used the artist pens to water colour on that pretty pearl lace.

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