Hello!! It is Wednesday and time for another edition of Wednesday Stamp Club for My Favorite Things. This week is sketch #44 and sadly my last post as a Guest Design Team member. What an awesome experience it has been! Thank you to everyone that has left me such encouraging comments - I so appreciate it :) On to this week's sketch. I used the brand spankin' new Pure Innocence Christmas Caroler. By the way, if you haven't checked it out yet there are lots of brand new stamps and die-namics available right now at the MFT store. There are also a bunch of die-namics available separately now that were previously part of a stamp set/die-namics combo! Here is my card for this week using lots of new die-namics:)
I colored the image with Copic markers and paper pieced the dress using one of the patterns from Dear Mr. Claus (Cosmo Cricket). I cut the image out using the Oval Dainty doily and trimmed out the center oval portion because I do not have an oval die the right size to layer :) It works just fine though. The loopy bloom was made using My Favorite felt. Here is the inside of the card finished with a second sentiment and the sketch also.
For lots more inspiration using this sketch, head on over to Kim's blog for a full list of the MFT Designers participating today. Also be sure to visit the MFT forum on SCS (look for the most recent WSC thread) for all the details. Remember to upload your card to the SCS gallery using the keyword MFTWSC41. You will have the chance to win up to $20 in MFT money. One winner is chosen at random each week! Happy Stamping!!
Here are the die-namics I used for today's card.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Christmas Caroler card - 5-1/2" square
Stamps: Pure Innocence Christmas Caroler (MFT)
Papers: Dear Mr. Claus (Cosmo Cricket), Kraft (The Kraft Outlet), Choice buttercream (TE), Cranberry (CTMH)
Inks: Memento Tuxedo black (Tsukineko)
Accessories: Die-namics - Wonky scallop border, Crown border, Oval dainty doily, Loopy bloom; Cherry on top felt (MFT), mocha pearls, antiqued copper foundry flourishes (CTMH), Copic markers, sewing machine, foam tape