It's Day 3 of our blog hop with Stampendous! Here's how you can win our daily prizes: visit our blog and the Stampendous blog. Leave a comment about what you liked best about the craft. We'll have a giveaway every day so don't forget to come back for the rest of the week! The winners will be announced on our blog on Monday, March 10th.
If you are just finding us for this blog hop, Welcome! Make sure you check out the other projects from the first two days! Leave a comment for a chance to win a giveaway! If you are returning, glad you are back today for me to share this fun birthday tag. I used an XL shipping tag for this project.
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It's Day 2 of our blog hop with Stampendous! Here's how you can win our daily prizes: vist our blog and the Stampendous blog. Leave a comment about what you liked best about the craft. We'll have a giveaway every day so don't forget to come back for the rest of the week! The winners will be announced on our blog on Monday, March 10th.
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Welcome to our blog hop with Stampendous! Here's how you can win our daily prizes: visit our blog, and Stampendous's blog. Leave a comment about what you liked best about the craft. We'll have a giveaway every day so don't forget to come back for the rest of the week! The winners will be announced on our blog on Monday, March 10th.
Hi everyone, Mou here with today's blog hop project.
You can recreate my card by following these steps:
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Hi! Jeanne Streiff here today!
I love the look of metallics on a neutral background. This look is very easy to achieve with Mix & Match products from Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®! I found this old picture of my family and I thought it would be fun to do a single picture 8" x 8" vintage scrapbook page.
The little one is me... so I guess I'm a little vintage myself.
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Hi everyone! It's Vicky here and this is my first post as a guest designer at the Design Memory Craft blog! I have created an art journal page using mainly Gelatos® and PITT® artist pens.
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Hey there, Faber-Castell FANS! Stacey here with my very first Guest Designer post, sharing a ROCKIN' card with you using some of my favorite Faber-Castell products!
To create the fabulous background of my card today, I started my scribbling three Gelatos colors on my craft mat.
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Hi everyone! Mieko here. First of all, I am so exited to be part of the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® Guest Design Team for a second term. Today I would like to share with you all a Home décor project I made using New Textural accent medium, Chalkboard paint. Chalkboard Paint is a dynamic medium containing actual chalkboard properties when applied, great for contrast in mixed media projects.
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Hello! Dana Tatar
here today sharing some valentines that I created with the Red Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils
. I used the watercolor pencils along with some Gel Medium
to create the string heart embellishments for my valentines. The richly pigmented water-soluble lead from the pencils turns into permanent, waterproof and lightfast watercolor, so my dyed string hearts are just as vibrant as the watercolor on the paper.
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Hi there Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® fans! Lisa back with you today sharing another fun (and a VALENTINE!) project. Well, I think so anyway. ;) I have lots of pictures to share, but don't let that scare you off, okay? GREAT!! Here we go...
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Well, well, well....look who's back. :) Yes, my friends it's Lisa. Ha! I guess you just can't get rid of me THAT easy it seems.
I'm here today to share a little project using a fave product of mine - the PITT Pastel Pencils. These pencils are really gorgeous. They blend like a dream, I tell ya! They are lightfast and archival, they aren't messy like chalk can be, and the leads are glued the entire length of the barrel to prevent breakage. I know I sound like a salesman here, but they are really wonderful. Wait til you see how easy they are to use...
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