MFTStamps, Wednesday Stamp Club time and once again we have a gorgeous sketch for you to try! Joining the MFTWSC is an awesome way to use your new or older MFT stamps and Die-namics. If you haven't joined the Wednesday Stamp Club before why not give it a go! We would love to see your MFT creations!!! Just upload you card following this week's sketch to the Splitcoaststampers Gallery (use the keyword MFTWSC65) by Tuesday April 3rd at noon EST for you chance at our weekly prize! You will have the chance to win up to $20 in MFT money. One winner is chosen at random each week!
So, I needed to make a birthday card for a friend and thought I'd use this adorable little Pure Innocence girlie called PI Cute-a-tude...love her pose with her hands on her hips...too cute! I coloured her up with my Copics and paper pieced her dress!
I have seen, MFTStamps DT member, Michele, add some extra dimension with her gorgeous paper piecing and I really love how it looks, so, I thought I would give it a go myself. I stamped a second part of her dress and popped it up with a dimensional square.
Here is a closer look at the dimensional paper piecing. The papers are from a MME Dolled up 6x6 pad. I also used the Open Scallop Doily Die-namics and the sentiment is stamped on Kraft card cut with the NEW Fishtail Flags STAX Die-namics, Available on April 3rd 10 PM EST. I used Joanne B.'s "cut and re-cut" technique on the sentiment so that the Fishtail Flag would be shorter to fit the card and sketch. I love that the new Fishtail Flags STAX Die-namics emboss so beautifully too. I added some ribbon and a smattering of red half-pearls.
Here is the inside...pretty simple...I stamped the PI girlie again in Ladybug red Memento ink and used the Framed Greetings Die-namics and one of the sentiments from the Big Greetings Stamp set that was last months Triple Scoop and will be available in the April Release, on April 3rd 10 PM EST.
Well, thanks so much for stopping by and having a wee peek at my card! I really hope you will join us for the Wednesday Stamp Club. You can see the sketch over at Kim's blog and links to all the other gorgeous inspiration designed by the fab MFT DT!