October 19, 2011

Sweet Friend Of Mine {MFTWSC42}


Hi there!  It's Wednesday and time for the My Favorite Things Wednesday Stamp Club Challenge!  We have a terrific sketch for you this week so I hope you'll play along!  

I veered from the sketch just a tad to fit my main image.  I used the just released Pure Innocence image, Calendula, for my card.  She was colored with Copics, was fussy cut out and popped up for dimension.  The frame she is on was cut using the Die-namics First Class Friend die.  The sentiment was cut out with the Die-namics Bracket Tab die.  Some machine stitching finishes the card.  The patterned papers I used are from the MME Six by Six Honey Cake pad.






We'd love to have you play along!  To see a list of participating designers for today's sketch just head on over to Kim's Blog!   Then head on over to the MFT forum at SCS and upload your sketch card using the keyword MFTWSC34. You could be the winner of a $15 voucher to spend at the store! ($20 if you use MFT stamps).

Thanks for stopping by!

10 comments:

Karen Giron said...

How adorable! LOVE the colors and I must start using "fussy cut" in my posts - that's so true! Love the look and it's so worth the effort - gorgeous, my friend!

Inge said...

Adorable card and amazing coloring!!!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

Oh Jacks! This is STUNNING! LOVE LOVE LOVE your amazing coloring and fab papers!!

Angel said...

so very pretty! love the mix of dp and that flower just POPS!

Stephanie Kraft said...

SO beautiful, Jackie! Love the blue and brown and how the calendula pops!

Dawn Easton said...

Adorable!!! I can't wait for that stamp to arrive!!! Love the colours you used!

Michele Boyer said...

Oh SO sweet! I LOVE those papers...which, of course, I do not have! :) So pretty, Jackie!

Debbie Carriere said...

This is adorable, Jackie!! LOVE the pop of color on the flower!

scrappingnana said...

So pretty. Love the blue and brown papers and that sweet image. Great coloring. TFS

Becky Carafa said...

I really love the pop of color from the flower!