August 28, 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 used a soon-to-be-released set, Pure Innocence Cornucopia for my card this week.

I stamped this sweet girl in Memento Tuxedo Black ink on Natural Card Stock and then colored her with Copic markers.  The image is cut out using a Rectangle STAX Die-namics and then I layered some Fishtail Flags STAX Die-namics under a Grape Jelly Button.  I created my own background paper using another September set, LJD Fall Foliage in Brick Red, Grape Jelly, Kraft, and the new Steel Grey Ink.

I stamped her again on the inside of the card in Kraft Ink and then added the sentiment next to her in Steel Grey Ink

Be sure to stop by the MFT Blog for all the details for this week's Stamp Club.  Join in on the fun!

Here are the MFT products I used today - all of the new products will be available for purchase on September 3rd at 10 PM Eastern.

Thanks for stopping by!

recipe - 
stamps: pi cornucopia (mft), ljd fall foliage (mft)
paper: kraft (mft), steel grey (mft), brick red (mft), natural (mft)
ink: kraft (mft), steel grey (mft), brick red (mft), grape jelly (mft), memento tuxedo black
accessories: rectangle stax 1&2 die-namics (mft), simply scallops medium die-namics (mft), fishtail flags stax die-namics (mft), fishtail flags layers stax die-namics (mft), hemp cord, grape jelly button (mft), foam tape


  1. AWE LOVE your card!!! She is Adorable too!!!

  2. This is precious!!! Your coloring is amazing!

  3. I didn't even realize you'd stamped the background until I read your post. FANTASTIC card!!!!


  4. Gorgeous! I love the small touches of purple throughout this and the background is just beautiful.

  5. Such a pretty autumn card. Wonderful coloring....

  6. Adorable, love the fall colors.

    Not that you have time to answer comments but...HOW do you tie the adorable double loop bow & make it look sooooo perfect? GAH, gorgeous!! :-)

  7. These colors are amazing and I absolutely LOVE how you made your own patterned paper. That scares me! I could never do it.