July 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 Essential Sentiments and Stacking Stars Die-namics.

I really did take this sketch quite literally and used all the same Die-namics offered in the sketch.  Color Throwdown had this fabulous color challenge last week - CTD250 - and I had to try it.  It's so happy!  I started with a Sweet Tooth Card Stock card base and then I cut out a Say What? Die-namics in Smooth White Card Stock.  I stamped a sentiment from Essential Sentiments in Blu Raspberry Ink and then added a little row of stars from At the Movies in Banana Split Ink.

I cut out the stars using the Stacking Stars Die-namics in Razzle Berry, Banana Split, and Blu Raspberry Card Stock and then layered them over a Sweet Tooth Circle STAX Die-namics.

For the vertical hexagons, I used the Open Hexagon Borders Die-namics in Kraft Card Stock and then cut it out again with the colored card stock - then I stamped different Washi Patterns in the coordinating inks.

I used an extra Stacking Stars Die-namics for the inside of my card and stamped a bigger sentiment from More Essential Sentiments in Razzle Berry 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 fabulous MFT products waiting for you in the MFT Boutique:

Thanks so much for stopping by!

recipe - 
stamps: essential sentiments (mft), at the movies (mft), more essential sentiments (mft)
ink: blu raspberry (mft), banana split (mft), razzle berry (mft)
accessories: stacking stars die-namics (mft), say what? die-namics (mft), postage stamp stax die-namics (mft) circle stax 2 die-namics (mft), open hexagon borders die-namics (mft), foam tape


  1. I.LOVE.THIS. it is such a cool, cool card.

  2. Perfection, Miss Karen G! LOVE the stamped hexagons and this color combo couldn't be happier! Love.

  3. Love your card. Great design and colors. The stars are perfect accents.

  4. This is so clean and graphic! I love the different patterns on your hexagons!