Wednesday, October 23, 2019

You Light Me Up - MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge #460

















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 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.




How fun is this sketch, right!! Although I flipped it to suit my image, I love this sketch!We don’t have any speech bubble dies now so I just cut one freehand. For the background I applied molding paste through Snowfall—Vertical Stencil on Cement Gray card stock then adhered it to a Sweet Tooth card stock base and I added Stitched Snow Drifts Die-namics cut from more Sweet Tooth card stock. The images are from Festive Friends Stamp Set and were stamped with Extreme Black hybrid ink on No Line Coloring card stock, cut out with the coordinating Die-namics, and colored with Copic markers.





The colored images were popped up in the scene on foam tape and the sentiment was heat embossed. I flipped it because I wanted the speech to be coming from the figure with lights on his antlers, LOL!

And there you have it! Remember, you can get all the details by visiting the
MFT Blog. You have the chance to win a $50 in MFT voucher. One winner is chosen at random each week!

Thanks for stopping by! See you soon!










All products from My Favorite Things unless otherwise noted.

Stamps: Festive Friends
Die-namics: Festive Friends, Stitched Snow Drifts
Stencils: Snowfall - Vertical
Hybrid Ink: Extreme Black
MFT Card Stock/Specialty Papers: Cement Gray, Sweet Tooth, No Line Coloring, Black Licorice
Supplies/Tools: foam mounting tape, Smart Grid Paper Pad, Mini MISTI, Mini MISTI Grid Paper Pad, MISTI Bar Magnets, Square Bone Folder, Scor-Buddy, craft tweezers

Other: Die-cutting machine, paper cutter, Copic markers, white detail embossing powder, Embossing Magic, QuickStik Pick-up Tool, Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen, plastic eraser, Versamark, heat tool, palette knife, molding paste

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