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Flashback Friday Fabulous Florets Mosaic

Fabulous Florets Mosaic

Yes, I am back using Fabulous Florets.  Hope you are not tired of seeing samples using this set.  I just love the images and it  is an easy set to work with.   When I can use the same set and try lots of different techniques with it then I know it is a keeper. 

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Stamps:  Fabulous Florets and Mosaic stamp (see picture below)
Ink:  Basic Gray, Cherry Cobbler, Bravo Burgundy, Old Olive, VersaMark
Paper: Very Vanilla, Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler, Love Letter DSP
Big Shot:  Finial Press TIEF
Ribbon: Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding ribbon
Extras:  Clear Embossing Powder, Basic Pearls

Here's my mosaic maker stamp.

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A great use for those scrap pieces of rubber.  I used the leftover pieces of rubber from my wood mount stamps.  It is important  that you use the leftover scraps from the same kind of stamp, wood or clear mount.  Why?  They are different heights so they do not work together.  I cut out random sized pieces of rubber using my Craft & Rubber Scissors.  I attached them to a piece of wood and found that the closer the pieces were together the better the mosaic looked.   If you do not have a piece of wood then you can use one our acrylic blocks.  I would use the largest one block F (118483) or block E (118484).

Now you know how to make your own mosaic stamp.  Check back tomorrow and I will have a step by step on how to make your own mosaic card.  If you need more stamp rubber to make your mosaic stamp go to my website and you can order more stamps! 

 

 

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