September 26, 2011

My Favorite Things Stamps...WSC # 38....Wishing You the Sweetest Things!


Hey crafty friends! Well, I am so glad to say that I have Internet access again. My modem went on the blink and I had to wait several days until the repair guy could come and replace it.  Well, I thought I would make a card for the MFT Wednesday Stamp Club challenge. They have another great sketch this week, as always. I deviated from it a bit but I think you can still see the sketch peeking through.

My daughter's friend, Rebbecca, asked me to make a birthday card for her Mom. This is what we came up with....this cute A La Mode girl really reminded her of her mom....very stylish in her wedge heels and loving texting on her new blackberry and the pretty pink papers from the Uncommon Authentique 6x6 paper pad!

I coloured the A La Mode Girl from the set called I Need Some Face Time with my Copics and cut out around the image and pop-dotted her on the card with the sentiment that I stamped using the Die-namics Polka Dot Die and Stamp set. I also cut two Die-namics Butterflies from QuicKutz Adhesive Cork this chunky cork too.

Well, thanks so much for stopping by and having a wee peek at my card! It's Monday night so I am off to watch Castle now.

Happy Stampin'!




Kelly Schelske said...

Love that cork butterfly Tara! Gorgeous card!

Jody Morrow said...

Adorable card! Love your coloring.

debby4000 said...

Love your gorgeous, fabulous card Tara.

Brigitte said...

WOW, I LOVE your card!!! Such beautiful colours and your colouring is fantastic!

Lou said...

Hi!Tara this is really gorgeous,just love her and your colours/papers are perfect too.
hugs Lou.xx

Kimberly said...

This is the sweetest the sentiment on the die, and the butterfly adds so much texture...tfs

Paula (PEP) said...

This combination of brown, pink & grey is stunning & from the description of the recipient your image sounds perfect. Those butterflies are beautiful - especially with their pearl bodies. Glad you've got internet access again - we suddenly become aware just how much we rely on the web when we're unable to gain access.
Paula (PEP)


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