Here’s my take on MFT Sketch Challenge #280 AND MFT Color Challenge #45! These challenges come from the My Favorite Things Challenge & Inspiration Blog!This color combo reminds me of candy! 🙂 Ha!
I kept this one simple too, diecutting and blending ink into the new MFT Stencil Chunky Herringbone.
This was definitely a card where I looked at the sketch, started working, and didn’t refer to the sketch again. But, I’m sure you can see the sketch’s inspiration overall, right? 😉
My card is made with supplies at My Favorite Things. Die-namics: Brushstroke Birthday Greetings, Stitched Rectangle Frames, Blueprints 23, Brushstroke Birthday Greetings. Razzle Berry, Orange Fizz, Cornflower, and Green Room dye ink.
Have a lucky Friday the 13th! 🙂
MFT Sketch Challenge #246 is starting on the My Favorite Things Challenge & Inspiration Blog today!
This week’s sketch: My card for the week: I always enjoy the Abstract cover-up. In all white, it is stellar too. Thought it made for a fun backdrop on this shaped shaker card. 😉 And, this is quite close to the sketch! Whoooohoo!
My card is made with the following supplies at My Favorite Things:
Tuesdays on the MFT Challenge and Inspiration blog! Still going awesome. Love those.
Buckle up, MFT Sketch Challenge #243 is on My Favorite Things Challenge & Inspiration posts up today!!
This week’s sketch:My card for the week:
This one is a doozy to write instructions for, that don’t sound wack…die cut the die cut and then die cut that die cut…etc. Several die cutting and inlay steps…but such cool results! That checkerboard! Weeeeee!
I made another card previously (for MFT Summer School) using this same method. You can see it HERE. I still want to do a myriad of colors with this checkerboard. That’s on my list for September/October 😉
I squeaked in a second card last night for this awesomely versatile sketch:
I could use several of this card to send out. ❤
I used foam tape to pop the frame up. Adds a little something 😉
My first card is made with the following supplies at My Favorite Things: