Hi, everyone, I’m back again with this week’s MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge! Are you ready? Here’s this week’s sketch. All of the details about the sketch challenge are available on the MFT blog as well as in the weekly newsletter. The Design Team will be on hand to provide plenty of inspiration to get you started.
I’m still trying to build up my Christmas card stash and this is another one to add to the pile. I started by stamping Sheet Music Background with Kraft ink on Kraft card stock then stitched that to some Jellybean Green card stock. I popped that up on a Kraft card stock base with some foam. Then I stamped some “patterned paper” with my Plaid Builder Background and Kraft ink, Jellybean Green ink, and Wild Cherry ink. I stitched that down, too, then added a Simply Scallops Medium border, topped with a Washi Tape Die-namics strip cut from Primitive Cream card stock and stamped with Jellybean Green ink. I stamped the sentiment with Wild Cherry ink on a Designer Labels 3 STAX Die-namics cut from Primitive Cream card stock. I popped that up on foam and finished off with Wild Cherry buttons tied with hemp cord.
Here’s the inside, with another sentiment from the set.
And that’s that! Thanks so much for stopping by—hope to see you playing!
Stamps: Plaid Builder Background, Sheet Music Background, Washi Patterns, Seasonal Sentiments (MFT)
Paper: Kraft card stock, Wild Cherry card stock, Jellybean Green card stock, Primitive Cream card stock (MFT)
Ink: Kraft ink, Wild Cherry ink, Jellybean Green ink (MFT); vintage Photo Distress Ink (Ranger)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Washi Tape Die-namics, Simply Scallops Medium Die-namics, Designer Labels 3 STAX Die-namics, Wild Cherry button, hemp cord (MFT); foam tape, sewing machine
Bar, I just love this! I have been playing with all my MFT goodies and lovin' them!ReplyDelete
Me likey this sketch... must make time to play this weekend! Your plaid background is awesome on this!ReplyDelete
Fabulous! I just got this plaid background stamp set. I followed the tutorial you have and it turned out great. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Thank you! I'm so glad the tutorial was helpful to you!!Delete
Oh, I love how homespun and sweet this is.ReplyDelete