Wednesday, May 30, 2012

What Makes Life Sweet - MFTWSC74

Hello!!  Happy hump day :)  Only 9 more days left of school as my son will remind me today when he gets off the bus!!  LOL.  My Favorite Things has another great sketch for you this week, MFTWSC74. 

The details - every Wednesday there is a new sketch for you to play along with. You can check Kim's blog for a full list of the MFT Designers providing the inspiration. All the details can be found in the MFT forum on SCS - just look for the most recent WSC thread. Upload your card to the SCS gallery using the keyword MFTWSC71. You will have the chance to win up to $20 in MFT money.

This week's sketch was crying out for me to use  the Vertical Greetings II stamp set. 


I stamped this sentiment on a label cut with the first Vertical Greetings Die-namics.  The cardstock is Hot Fudge and Kraft.  I used the Open Scallop Doily for the circular element.  The flower is the Rolled Scallop Flower in English Rose felt accented with a Vintage Flourish.  A Crown Border is tucked under the horizontal panel.  Here is a closer look at that sweet flower. 


Here is the sketch & Die-namics I used today.









Be sure to stop by Kim's blog to see all the designers participating in this week's sketch. Don't forget to upload your creation to Splitcoast Stampers using keyword MFTWSC74.  Have fun with the sketch and see you tonight for Day 2 of Teasers!!!  Happy stamping!!! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!!
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Sweet Life card - 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"
Stamps:  Vertical Greetings II (MFT)
Papers:  Paper Heart (Crate), Kraft, Hot Fudge (MFT)
Accessories:  Vertical Greetings Die-namics, Rolled Scallop Flower Die-namics, English Rose feltOpen Scallop Doily Die-namics, Vintage Flourish Die-namics, Crown Border Die-namics (MFT), natural spidy lace crochet ribbon, ivory jute (The Ribbon Carousel), corrugated cardboard (The Funkie Junkie), pearls, wooden buttons (CTMH), sewing machine, foam tape

3 comments:

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

GORGEOUS Debbie! LOVE the rolled flower, the pearls, the trio of buttons...FAB!

Amy said...

I truly like the colors you chose. The details are just perfect especially that flower!

Katie Skiff said...

This is so pretty!!

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