April 17, 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 Bottom Line Alphabet Die-namics and some Take a Hike 6x6 paper from Simple Stories.

I cut out the smallest Jumbo Fishtail STAX Die-namics in several scraps of Take a Hike paper and then used foam tape to pop them up over the main image panel (which is one of the panel sheets from the paper pack).  I cut out the letters in Whip Cream Card Stock and centered them on the paper. 

I added some Hemp Cord around the front of the card and then tied a bow underneath a Tangy Orange Button

I used another fishtail banner for the inside of the card and then used a sentiment from Western Sentiments in Hot Fudge Ink.

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

And you can find these fun items waiting for you in the MFT Boutique:

Thanks for stopping by!

recipe - 
stamps: western sentiments (mft)
paper: kraft (mft), hot fudge (mft), whip cream (mft), take a hike 6x6 (simple stories)
ink: hot fudge (mft)
accessories: bottom line alphabet die-namics (mft), jumbo fishtail banner stax die-namics (mft), tangy orange buttons (mft), hemp cord, sewing machine, thread, foam tape  


  1. Love your card and the colors & papers. Great take on the sketch.

  2. Love your card inside and out! Me thinks I need those letter dies!

  3. very pretty card, Karen, I love the colours!

  4. I just love this! Great paper choices!!

  5. You KILLED it, girl, and that's all good! This one just popped out at me in from the first time I saw it! Kuddos to you for making that alphabet work so well with this sketch...I tried and failed, boo hoo. Thanks for the inspiration, Karen!

  6. Such a pretty card Karen! Love your mix of patterned papers! The inside is just as pretty as the front! Thanks for the inspiration!

  7. I love this GF! The papers, the HI, the banners, all rocks!

  8. I really love the cards that are finished on the inside, too. Perhaps I'll be inspired to try it this month!! Wonderful card!!!!


  9. Hi back at you! You did a wonderful job mixing all those patterns perfectly!

  10. What a gorgeous card Karen. I love all the stitching. I'm going to blame it on you when I finally breakdown and buy a Janome. I hope that's OK. LOL!! I just love that you always incorporate in that lovely detail in your amazing cards.