Party Time!

Time for another great sketch with My Favorite Things! (I pretty much stuck to it…this time.)  :)

I used Being Cute is What I Do along with sentiments from Birthday Girl.  Base cardstock is MFT Steel Grey with faux brads punched from the grey cardstock using a 1/4″ circle punch.  (I used three layers of punched circles to add a bit of dimension.)

This cute girl is one of my all-time favorites from the Pure Innocence line.  It’s been a while since I’ve colored her.  I layered her atop a Fishtail Flag and Fishtail Flag Layers, and I used one of the Mini Tabs Foursome Die-namics for the sentiment.

I finished the inside simply, as usual, using already cut scraps of the patterned papers and stamping a simple sentiment and silhouette.

<—Here’s the sketch if you’d like to play along. You can find direct links to more samples HERE.  And remember, if you upload your card to the SCS gallery using the keyword MFTWSC97, you will have the chance to win up to $20 in MFT money!  One winner is chosen at random each week.  More info can be found in the MFT Forum in SCS.

Thanks for visiting!  Have a great day!  :)

Stamps:  My Favorite Things “Being Cute is What I Do” and “Birthday Girl” (Pure Innocence)  Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black    Paper:  MFT Steel Grey and Whip Cream heavyweight cardstocks, X-Press It Blending Card, October Afternoon Cakewalk (8×8)   Accessories:  Copic markers (E00, E11, BV000, R20, Y21, E31, E35, W00, W1, W3, B95, B97, B99), MFT Fishtail Flags, Fishtail Flags Layers and Mini Tabs Foursome Die-namics, 1/4″ circle punch, X-Press It 1/4″ foam tape.  Finished size 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″.

3 Responses to Party Time!

  1. liz aka javagirl

    Beautiful

  2. I cannot resist the sweet PI stamps. Cute card!

  3. Cuteness!! Those PI’s are so stinkin’ cute!!

    jennik

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