Thursday, March 23, 2017

You’re Owl-Ways On My Mind–MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge #325


Hi, everyone, I’m back 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 Challenge & Inspiration blog as well as in the weekly newsletter. The MFT Design Team will be on hand to provide plenty of inspiration to get you started.


I finally got a chance to use the recently released Critter Clan stamp set and Critter Clan Die-namics from MFT’s March Release for this sketch. I started with a Sweet Tooth card stock base, then did a watercolor night sky on Ranger Watercolor Paper with Peerless Watercolors and popped it up on foam mounting tape after stamping the sentiment from Critter Clan. I added a big ol’ moon, cut from Sweet Tooth card stock with Tag Builders Blueprints 6 Die-namics and stamped with Distressed Patterns and Cement Gray dye ink. I popped that up on foam tape and added a Puffy Clouds Die-namics cut from Stone Gray card stock.


Next I stamped the owl image from
Critter Clan and the limb from Harvest Buddies on X-Press It Blending Card with black Licorice hybrid ink, colored them with Copic markers and added them to the scene with foam tape.

And there you have it! Remember, you can get all the details by visiting the
MFT Challenge Blog. You have the chance to win a $20 in MFT voucher. One winner is chosen at random each week!

Thanks for stopping by! See you soon!


Critter Clan, Distressed Patterns, Harvest Buddies (MFT)
Black Licorice hybrid ink, Cement Gray dye ink (MFT)
Sweet Tooth card stock, Stone Gray card stock, X-Press It Blending Card, Ranger Watercolor Paper (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond;
Critter Clan Die-namics, Harvest Buddies Die-namics, Puffy Clouds Die-namics, Tag Builder Blueprints 6 Die-namics, foam mounting tape, Peerless Watercolors, waterbrush, MISTI (MFT); Copic markers


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