It’s Christmas in the Heart…

Hi everyone!  It’s time to get sketchy with My Favorite Things!  Can you believe this is our 50th sketch challenge?


This week I stuck strictly to the sketch, changing nothing.  I chose to use Clearly Sentimental about Christmas.  Quick…and easy.  :)

I layered each piece (from Layered Label Die-namics) onto die-cut tablet backing.  It provides a lot of stability, and I like the added bulk.

I finished the inside super-simply, stamping a second sentiment and using already cut scraps.

You can find direct links to DT sampleHERE on the MFT blog.  The info is also posted in the MFT Forum in SCS.  (Look for the most recent WSC thread numbered 50.)   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.

Thanks for visiting!  Have a great day!  :)


Stamps:  My Favorite Things “Clearly Sentimental about Christmas”  Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black   Paper: Stampin Up Bravo Burgundy, Simple Stories “Generations” (6×6)   Accessories:  MFT “Layered Label” Die-namics, tablet backing, SU mat pack, linen thread, Westrim Crafts 6mm jingle bells.   Finished size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.

 

6 Responses to It’s Christmas in the Heart…

  1. Just STUNNING Michele! I LOVE the papers and those tiny bells are the absolute perfect finishing touch!

    Crafty Hugs!
    Meredith

  2. Oh I absolutely love this! I hope you don’t mind but I am immediately going to steal your idea and make a couple to send;)

  3. I ADORE this!! The twine and jingle bells are absolutely PERFECT!

  4. Those little jingle bells are DARLING!! What a perfect way to send a little Christmas cheer!

  5. So beautiful, Michele! Love the mix of patterns!!

  6. This is so pretty! I loved adding bells to my cards this year…but then I can’t mail them!

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