February 29, 2012

MFT Wednesday Stamp Club


Good morning!  It's time for another fabulous MFT sketch for your mid-week pick-me-up.  We have a super fun sketch for you this week!


I made a card using PI Sending You a Little Christmas, which has been un-inked until today.  That's criminal!!  I bought her a while ago and then Christmas was over, so she was put aside.  Poor girl.


I started by stamping here in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then colored her with Copic markers.  Her hat has some Sugar Sparkly Fluff on the white fluffy parts and I added lots of stitching around the borders.  The papers are all Winter Park 6x6 from Echo Park.


I added some clear rhinestones for the little ornaments on the tree


The inside is stamped simply with more stitching and a little Wonky Scallop Border Die-namics for some Puff Cloud White My Favorite Felt snow.  Now that I look at this, it's kind of white and blizzardy looking, eh?

Don't forget to stop on by Kim's blog for a list of all the designers playing along in this weeks sketch challenge!

Here is the Die-namics die and Copic markers I used today:


Thanks so much for stopping by!
Karen

recipe -
stamps: pi sending you a little christmas (mft)
paper: night of navy (su!), choice snow white (taylored expressions), winter park 6x6 (echo park)
ink: memento tuxedo black
accessories: copic markers, wonky scallop border die-namics (mft), blue rhinestones (kaisercraft), clear twinkles (taylored expressions), puff cloud white my favorite felt (mft), sewing machine, thread, foam tape

10 comments:

  1. So so adorable, Karen! You go with those Copics, girl!!

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  2. Love how you're getting a start on Christmas! This is just so SWEET!

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  3. SO beautifully colored and I LOVE the bling on the tree!

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  4. Love the sketch...note to self...Use it!...and your Christmas card is the cutest..love it!

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  5. adorable!! Love the blinged out tree!

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  6. EEEEkk! This totally made me yelp Karen!! So sweet...so lovely and executed perfectly!

    Crafty Hugs!
    Meredith

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  7. Criminal...yes!! But you've righted the wrong so your sentence is only to create more adorable Christmas cards!! Love the blingy tree! :-)

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  8. you need to give us a tutorial on how you colored this card. her coat as beautiful. I love Christmas why is it over.

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