Another Sketchy Wednesday with MFT

Hi everyone!  Time for another sketch with My Favorite Things!  I especially liked this week’s layout.  Square card.  Big circle in the middle.  Everything nice and straight.  ;)

Sweet Dreams…Sweet Girl

I have quite a pile of little Pure Innocence sets I’ve yet to use so for this week’s challenge, I hit that pile and found Bedtime Story.

The pillow, lampshade and comforter are all paper-pieced, and I cut the the tiny moon on the book from the patterned paper as well.

On the inside, I stamped a light silhouette of the image and used two other Pure Innocence sets, Lollipop Girl and Birthday Girl (currently out of stock) to complete the sentiment.

Along the bottom on the front and inside, I used MFT’s Simply Scallops Medium Die-namics.

You can find direct links to DT samples HERE on the MFT blog.  The info is also posted in the MFT Forum in SCS.  (Look for the most recent WSC thread numbered 22.)   And remember, if you upload your card to the SCS gallery using the keyword shown on the sketch, you will have the chance to win up to $20 in MFT money!  One winner is chosen at random each week.

I’ll be back on Friday with Day 1 of MFT’s June teasers.  Thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a great day! 

Stamps:  My Favorite Things “Bedtime Story,” “Lollipop Girl” and “Birthday Girl” (Pure Innocence)    Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Angel Pink   Paper:  Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate, MFT cream Perfect Paper Panel, K & Company Itsy Bitsy paper pad (8 1/2 x 8 1/2)     Accessories:   Copic markers (E000, E00, E11, E31, E33, E17, E18, Y21, YR23, R20, R81, W00, W1, B0000), Spellbinders Nestabilities, Michaels brads, MFT Simply Scallops Medium Die-namics, May Arts trim and ribbon.  Finished size 5″ x 5″.

19 Responses to Another Sketchy Wednesday with MFT

  1. Michele, this is the CUTEST!!!

  2. glad you enjoyed the sketch Michele, I like straight things too hehe. this is such a cutie!!!!!!

  3. Love this Michele! The little bedknob sticking off the panel caught my eye for some reason;) I think it’s a beaut! This sketch was so fun, although i tilted everything so there was no straight and narrow for this crazy stamper! tee hee!

  4. So Cute Michele!! What cute papers!

  5. So ADORABLE!! I must have this set. I know a little girl who would love to get cards made with it.

  6. Awesome card! Love all of the piecing, the coloring, the paper choices … super! :) This is the set I plan to use when creating my card this week. Hope I can make something neat, too! :)

  7. Joanne Basile

    Oh my word, this is stunning! I love all your piecing right down to that perfect little pillowcase. This card is so cozy and sweet, I adore it!

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  9. Michele, this is so sweet! I have not inked up this set yet! Thank you for inspiring me to do so soon! Fabulous papers too!

  10. I just love this! Beautiful card!

  11. Wow such a gorgeous card. just lovely. Hugs Marja

  12. Joanna McDonald

    Beautiful card!! She is precious and I love all the paper-piecing you’ve
    done-awesome! Who, besides you, would think to add the little moon
    on the book. Love that and the deisgn and coloring are tops!!

  13. This is so adorable – the paper piecing just tops it!!

  14. Cute card! Love the PI image and how you paper pieced her bed ;)
    The ribbon-threaded lace is perfect too. TFS, hugs, Ruth S

  15. Love the sketch. Cute image and card. The paper piecing is fabulous. Your blog looks great, too. I need to get out more. Sheesh!

  16. Michele! This is OUT of control! The pillow looks like fabric, and your coloring and papers are spot on perfect! LOVE this!

  17. Too stinkin’ adorable, Michele!!

  18. This is SO GORGEOUS!! Love it!!

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