Wednesday, November 04, 2020

Warmest Wishes - MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge #514

 



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.






I hadn't used Comfy Sweater Die-namics since it's re-release so I tried it out to see if it would work with this sketch and I was happy to find it did! To begin, I used striped paper from Christmas Cheer paper pad for the horizontal elements then popped up a panel of snowflake pattern for the center vertical element. 





The sweater was cut from the lighter green tree design and the cuffs from the tiny strip (love this) and popped up on the vertical panel with foam tape.





To complete the card, a sentiment from LLD Hug in a Mug Stamp Set was heat embossed on Red Hot card stock and also popped up on foam and I finished off with Sweet Snowflakes, cut from Holly Jolly glitter card stock.

And there you have it! Now it’s YOUR turn to play! Remember, you can get all the details by visiting the MFT Blog. You have the chance to win a $50 in MFT voucher. Winners are chosen at random, so everyone has a chance!

Thanks for stopping by! See you soon!






All products from My Favorite Things unless otherwise noted.

Stamps: LLD Hug in a Mug
Die-namics: Comfy Sweater, Sweet Snowflakes
Patterned Paper: Christmas Cheer
MFT Card Stock/Specialty Papers: Sweet Tooth, Red Hot, Holly Jolly  Glitter card stock
Supplies/Tools: foam mounting tape, MISTI, Steel Snips, Large Metal Adapter Plate for Die-namics, On-Point Precision Glue

Other: Die-cutting machine, paper cutter, MISTI Grid Paper Pad, MISTI Bar Magnets, tape runner, white detail embossing powder, Embossing Magic, QuickStik Pick-up Tool, plastic eraser, Scor-Buddy, Smart Grid Paper Pad, Versamark, heat tool



2 comments:

  1. Nice combination with the sweater. Great idea for the sketch. I didn't notice the strip for the sentiment in the sketch until I saw your addition.

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