Thursday, January 07, 2016

MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge

Yay – after arriving home from Christmas and New Years holidays at the coast with family…



And the beautiful drive home through Manning Provincial Park where I gazed with open mouth at the wonder of every tree glistening in diamond and white fancy (snowflake) dresses.  

And after taking the time to not just put everything from our stuffed suitcases away in their proper places, but cleaning the closets and dressers out first to start the New Year on a positive and productive note – I now feel rested and relaxed and finally, creative! 

So I was excited to see this sketch yesterday - 

MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge 262


And I made THIS with the sketch in mind.  I tried to think up ways to use one of my MFT stamps on it, but there was not an opportunity so I placed a stamped sentiment on the inside of the card (using My Favorite Things of course!) 

I went with a random 6 x 6 designer paper, cut it at angles and sewed it onto a 5.5 x 4.25 cardstock (which I later bumped up using foam tape).  I cut the Birthday Wishes sentiment and offset on my Silhouette Cameo (a FREE cutting file for you to enjoy!) I have designed it to fit this card size nicely.  Later I wished I might have used some pink ink (distress or otherwise) to create an ombre effect on the sentiment and to soften the brilliant white – though this is probably why it stands out so.




I used punches for these little flags, with two in gold and one in a co-co-ordinating designer paper.  I finished it with a twist of white and gold twine. 

BIRTHDAY WISHES FREEBIE
(text and offset)
for Silhouette cutting machines


download HERE

Hope your week is super creative!






4 comments:

  1. Love your card ...made me want to try the challenge to. Thank you for the Birthday Wishes freebie ....I know I will be using it.

    hugs

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  2. Delightful card Bard, I love the fun bright colours and your artsy take on this sketch. Fabulous !! Also :) thank you for the wonderful complimentary cut file.

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  3. Love your card and thanks so the birthday wishes cut file.
    I hope you had a great Christmas and New Year.
    Blessings Jocelan

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  4. Such a pretty card, I like how it is cut apart and then stitched.

    Especially like the big Birthday Wishes file.

    Thank you for sharing this.

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