Mar 13, 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 You Make My Day.



I'm mixing old and new Die-namics here and started off by cutting out some Fabulous 6x6 paper from Simple Stories with a Rectangle STAX Die-namics and then stamped the sentiment in Razzle Berry Ink.  I love how that color just pops right off the paper.

The flower is the Pretty Posies Die-namics and I cut that out with the same patterned paper and used Hot Fudge Card Stock for the center, which I popped up with foam tape.  The leaves underneath are cut from the new Flower Box Die-namics in Jellybean Green Card Stock and I tuck the Party Banner Die-namics underneath. 





I used more of the same patterned paper for the inside of the card and stamped another sentiment from Make My Day in Razzle Berry Ink.



Be sure to stop by the MFT Blog for a complete list of all designers playing along in this week's Stamp Club.   You can also win fun MFT goodies, so check out all the details!

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recipe - 
stamps: you make my day (mft)
paper: whip cream (mft), hot fudge (mft), fabulous 6x6 (simple stories)
ink: razzle berry (mft)
accessories: pretty posies die-namics (mft), party banner die-namics (mft), square stax 1 & 2 die-namics (mft), rectangle stax 1 & 2 die-namics (mft), flower box die-namics (mft), sewing machine, thread, foam tape  

6 comments:

Liz said...

Such a great take on the sketch
beautiful card.

Teresa Zuehls said...

Karen, I love you sweet take on the sketch! I love how you matted the banner and what pretty flowered pattern paper. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration!!

Danni said...

Super sweet and pretty card!

Natalie said...

Very sweet card!! Love the paper you've used and the pretty ink. Sweet sentiments!

Wendy said...

Karen, this is beautiful!

Cheryl said...

LOVE the dimension and pretty DP's!