Jan 9, 2013

MFT Wednesday Stamp Club


Hello!  It's Wednesday and that means it's time for another fun sketch challenge from MFT!  Here's a look at the sketch:


I made a card using Lollipop Additions - Love.



I started by layering a lot of new Die-namics together - I cut out the Open Oval Scallop Doily Die-namics in Love Me paper from My Mind's Eye and then used the reverse side of the paper for the grey Oval STAX 1 Die-namics.  I cut out the Heart STAX Die-namics in Wild Cherry Card Stock and then embossed it with the Birds and Swirls embossing folder from Provo Craft - I used the debossed side.  The cute little people are Boy Meets Girl Die-namics, which I cut out in Whip Cream Card Stock and then I stamped the sentiment in Wild Cherry Ink and added one of the hearts from the Layered Heart Border Die-namics - I still have lots of those little hearts sitting on my desk from Teasers.  So handy!


I stamped the inside with a stamp from Document It - Off the Chart and added some zigzag stitching as well.

Be sure to stop by the MFT Blog for a complete list of designer playing along in this week's Stamp Club Challenge.

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recipe - 
stamps: lollipop additions - love (mft), document it - off the chart (mft)
paper: whip cream (mft), wild cherry (mft), love me 6x6 (my mind's eye)
ink: black licorice (mft), wild cherry (mft)
accessories: sewing machine, thread, foam tape, mft die-namics dies (heart stax, oval stax 1, oval open scallop doily, boy meets girl, layered heart border   

6 comments:

Deborah Frings said...

I really like your take on the sketch - the embossed heart is lovely, and I just love these people dies!

Elizabeth said...

Love how you layered the different die cuts. Great card!

carole (TruCarMa) said...

Super striking - Karen! Sweet, but not too girly; perfect for a hubby card! :)

Michele Boyer said...

So sweet, Karen! I love all the stitching on the inside.

Liz said...

So cute love it

Mary J said...

Just gorgeous, Karen!