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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Featured Stamper- Pat Garvin

Hello and welcome to Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Company's new weekly Speedy Fox Featured Designer spotlight and tutorial. Each week, we will be highlighting one of our Senior Design Team members and bringing you a tutorial they will be presenting.



This week's Featured Designer is our Speedy Fox Blog Team Leader Pat and she will be presenting a tutorial on Coloring on Black Card Stock.


Hi my name is Pat. I live in sunny Central Florida moving here in 2005 from Northeast Ohio. My husband and I live on a small farm. We raise Berkshire pigs. You can also find a couple cows, dogs, a flock of chickens and various wild creatures that roam our pastures. My 4 children have all flown the coop. The youngest is in college hoping to work with Shamu or work in a zoo when she graduates. I have been on the MFP a HC Sr. DT since january 2012. I started stamping back in 2004. My daughter wanted to learn to scrap book. The park programs in our county in Ohio were awesome. We spent many hours participating in hikes and crafts of all kinds. This time they were having a scrapbook night. You could make a page or make 3 cards. My daughter made her page and I made 3 cards. Been hooked ever since. I especially love trying techniques and making my own backgrounds to use on my cards instead of designer paper. I truly find this a relaxing hobby.



To view the Full Tutorial for this technique, please click HERE.


(This card was made with the soon to be released Lighthouses stamp set.)

4 comments:

Ravengirl said...

Love the beautiful card Pat!

Donna Ellis said...

Wonderful card and technique, Pat!

Sandy (Cheesy) said...

Really pretty card, Pat. I haven't ever tried doing this technique but will definitely try it now that you've shown how.
Cheesy (FS)

Payne Holler Cards said...

Excellent tutorial!