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Old 04-17-2013, 05:57 PM   #1
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Default MFT Academy: Recessed Stamping with Barbara Anders

Welcome back to the MFT Academy. Barbara is our Guest Professor today, and she's here to share a tutorial on Recessed Stamping.



You'll find Barbara's tutorial here:

http://www.mftstamps.com/blog/?p=16597

After reviewing Barbara's tutorial, we invite you to try your hand at the technique! Use the keyword MFTED5 in your gallery upload on Splitcoaststampers so we can admire your creations!
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this is such a cool technique, Bar!! I loved the tutorial and can't wait to give it a try
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Great technique Barb, I will definitely be playing with this idea in the future
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I tried this technique for the first time - Barbara's instructions were Great! When I showed my card to my daughter she said it looked letterpressed. Oh, that made me love it even more. Maybe we should cause this the faux letterpress technique.

Here's my card. There are more details here: Watercolor Dandelion Wishes
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