Hey, there! It’s Wednesday noon so it must be time for this week’s MFTWSC! 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.
This is another sketch that I’m in love with!!! I started with a Kraft card stock base, then added a panel of Sweet Tooth card stock cut with Modern Moroccan Die-namics and framed with Rectangle Frames Die-namics—cut from more Sweet Tooth card stock and stamped with Wood Plank Background and Natural ink. Using the chalkboard technique, I created a panel on Black Licorice card stock with a stamp from Chalkboard Greetings Too, stamped with Sweet Tooth pigment ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. A Fishtail Flags STAX Die-namics cut a piece of Kraft card stock stamped with Grid Background an Steel Gray Hybrid ink. The Mini Hybrid Heirloom Rose Die-namics was cut from Insulation Pink card stock, the Royal Rose Die-namics from Orange Fizz card stock, and the cluster was finished off with a Black Licorice button tied with hemp cord.
Another sentiment from Chalkboard Greetings Too was stamped on the inside with Steel Gray Hybrid ink.
And that’s it! Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Stamps: Chalkboard Greetings Too, Wood Plank Background, Grid Background (MFT)
Ink: Steel Gray Hybrid ink, Natural ink, Sweet Tooth pigment ink (MFT)
Paper: Kraft card stock, Sweet Tooth card stock, Black Licorice card stock, Insulation Pink card stock, Orange Fizz card stock (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Mini Hybrid Heirloom Rose Die-namics, Mini Royal Roses Die-namics, Fishtail Flags STAX Die-namics, Modern Moroccan Die-namics, Rectangle Frames Die-namics, Black Licorice button, hemp cord (MFT); foam tape, hot glue, embossing powder, heat tool
Barbara this card is awesome I love that Moroccan background and cant wait for it to be restocked as it is on my yes please list :0)ReplyDelete
So elegant! I love the background and the floral bouquet - especially with the hint of orange fizz.ReplyDelete