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.
Well, this was kinda challenging but in a fun way! To begin, I sponged my sky using Blue Breeze dye ink and Mini Cloud Edges on a panel of Sweet Tooth card stock and popped it up on foam tape on a Sweet Tooth card stock card base. For the circle element I cut Sunny Skies Die-namics from Lemon Drop card stock and sponged it with Fossilized Amber Distress ink before adhering it with foam tape. The two small circles were done with Cute Cloud Outlines cut from Sweet Tooth card stock and also adhered with foam tape for dimension.
I heat embossed part of a sentiment from Full of Sunshine stamp set on Vellum and finished it with Sunshine Die-namics, cut from Black Licorice card stock. I finished off with a few Cute Cloud Outlines on the sun for balance.
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!
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Stamps: Full of Sunshine
Die-namics: Sunny Skies, Sunshine, Cute Cloud Outlines
Stencils: Mini Cloud Edges
Dye Ink: Blue Breeze
MFT Card Stock/Specialty Papers: Sweet Tooth, Lemon Drop, Translucent Vellum, 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, Mini Ink Blending Tool
Other: Die-cutting machine, paper cutter, white detail embossing powder, Embossing Magic, Multi Medium Matte Glue, Precision Tip Glue Applicator Bottle, QuickStik Pick-up Tool, sponge daubers, plastic eraser, Versamark, heat tool, spray adhesive, Fossilized Amber Distress Ink
Oooo...great 'take' on the sketch!ReplyDelete