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Old 05-11-2006, 04:16 AM   #1
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I didn't think that I was going to be able to post this challenge this morning. A baby, a computer and a 15yo with hot chocolate don't mix! My keyboard is pooched but luckily we found an old one in the basement.

This week's Way's to Use It challenge is to find ways to use mulberry paper in your work. If you don't have any...I do believe there is a way to make some from dryer sheets?

My inspiration for this challenge was a card from one of the past couple WT challenges. Queenoe used mulberry paper to make some flowers. Here is her card...

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Wow! I'm the first stalker to post!! I have lots of mulberry paper, so I should be able to come up with something!
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Oh no! lol Glad you found another keyboard! hmmm Mulberry, maybe that's what i need to add to the color challenge i'm having problems with. Thanks for challenge Julia!
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I think I have some! I have been noticing a bunch of cards with Mulberry paper lately!! Great idea! Thanks for posting, Julia!!
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oh Julia... what a way to start the morning! nice challenge!
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Here is one from my gallery. I will get right on it for a new one.

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Hmmmm Mulberry huh??? I bet I have some stored somewhere...
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Poo! No mulberry paper. I'll have to fiddle around with dryer sheets, then. *Heads off to basement to search under dryer
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Mulberry - I'll have to dig deep to find that! Great challenge Julia.
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Wonderful, I have tons. Infact I could probably supply all of you! Wouldn't you know, the last few cards I've made even had Mulberry on them. Now to find time after work to make another!
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Great Challenge! I'm going right now to get one made!
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I found the mulberry card that inspired the challenge. I editted my original post to include it at the top. Go check it out.
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In the keywords? or title or???


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Thanks!
Usually in the keyword, the important thing is no spaces, and just a comma to seperate each challenge, like WT56, CC31, TLC17, LSC41

Like that. Sometimes they put it in the title, then it is easy to find, but definately in the keywords!
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Sorry, my dh came in and interrupted me. This is the card I made for my dgd for Easter.
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Oh Julia - at least it wasn't a laptop! Just sayin!

I have some Mulberry paper somewhere - I have a stash of it (probably enough to wallpaper the walls of my stamp room )

I will try and play with it today!!
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Glad you found your old keyboard Julia!
Here's my card:
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Wow this looks great. But I don't have any of the paper. What are you talking about with the dryer sheets ( I have lots of those) !
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The dryer sheet technique was actually a technique challenge a little while back. Here's the link to pics and instructions. It is a really cool technique, teh results are awesome!

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Have a doctor's appt. soon but get to play when I get home....This is a bonus I'm usually at work so I can't post until later for these challenges! I've got lots of mulberry to play with....can't wait!
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ok, DH rebooted our computer, his laptop, reset the cable modem, and the wireless thingy! Got everything working again, spent two seconds checking his email, then left for work! By the time I got back on the challenge was already posted. Doesn't he know he's cutting into my s/talking time?
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no mulberry paper here, guess I'll be playing with dryer sheets as soon as the next load is done...Julia, you must have known that Thurs. is laundry day for me!
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Julia... that is a great sample card! A new way to use mulberry! Time to experiment! Thanks!
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Here is my fresh one. I combined the sketch challenge with it.

my combo card

It disappeared, so I had to upload it again. I think it is because I forgot to rename it so it was probably seen as a duplicate.
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Here is mine. Thanks for the challenge, I never pull that stuff out!!

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I love using mulberry paper on my cards. Here is one from a while back. I'll try to post a new one later this afternoon.

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This is almost funny! I have a ton of this stuff & never use it. My sister loves it, so I told her I'd give it to her. Lucky me... I haven't seen her in a while, so I haven't done that yet. But I also think I'd like to see how the dryer sheets work for this. Might have to make 2 cards or a combo.
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Aaaahh! ok, so I tried to color my dryer sheet in a baggie with a reinker. The color was blotchy, so I thought maybe the dryer sheet should be damp, so the ink could spread more evenly. Sooo, I added a few drops of water to the baggie & tried again. The color was even, but very pale (watered down, duh!). So I added another drop from the reinker. Beautiful color, but by now I have a sopping wet dryer sheet! How to fix that? Heat gun should dry it right out! ....Long story short, I stopped when I saw smoke! Oh, well, off to try again!
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Aaaahh! ok, so I tried to color my dryer sheet in a baggie with a reinker. The color was blotchy, so I thought maybe the dryer sheet should be damp, so the ink could spread more evenly. Sooo, I added a few drops of water to the baggie & tried again. The color was even, but very pale (watered down, duh!). So I added another drop from the reinker. Beautiful color, but by now I have a sopping wet dryer sheet! How to fix that? Heat gun should dry it right out! ....Long story short, I stopped when I saw smoke! Oh, well, off to try again!
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This is almost funny! I have a ton of this stuff & never use it. My sister loves it, so I told her I'd give it to her. Lucky me... I haven't seen her in a while, so I haven't done that yet. But I also think I'd like to see how the dryer sheets work for this. Might have to make 2 cards or a combo.
I never use it either which makes it a really good challenge for me too! I have an extra little guy here today so I won't get any stamping done until tonight...hope I can actually find my mulberry by then.
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Here's mine (I'm not sure about the colors..)
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Here is one from my gallery using a dryer sheet, that is all I have!
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I Love This Challenge! I love mulberry paper! But guess what? I'm completely out...
I've been meaning to get some and just keep forgetting. I did do one with a dryer sheet once. Here it is...

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like these speedy uploads!! here's my combo...
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OK, after the fiasco earlier, I decided just to use the first sheet I tried to dye that I thought was too light. I also combined this with Monday's challenge to use bleach - lovin' that! Not Quite Navy bleaches to Pale Plum - that was a surprise!

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Well Dawn....your upload may have been speedy, but mine sat for 2 hours!! LOL! I deleted and re-uploaded! Here it is!

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Aaaahh! ok, so I tried to color my dryer sheet in a baggie with a reinker. The color was blotchy, so I thought maybe the dryer sheet should be damp, so the ink could spread more evenly. Sooo, I added a few drops of water to the baggie & tried again. The color was even, but very pale (watered down, duh!). So I added another drop from the reinker. Beautiful color, but by now I have a sopping wet dryer sheet! How to fix that? Heat gun should dry it right out! ....Long story short, I stopped when I saw smoke! Oh, well, off to try again!
I found that brayering mine was easy
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I should have tried that first! Oh well...
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Here's my example for a traditional way to use mulberry:

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...500&ppuser=646

And here is my example for a "less traditional" way to use mulberry:

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