Read All About It!

There’s another great sketch this week with the Wednesday Stamp Club and My Favorite Things!

This week I’ve chosen to use one of the newest Pure Innocence releases, Read All About It along with Steel Grey cardstock and ribbon, Sentiment Strips Die-namics, Square STAX 1 and 2 and the tiny heart from Notched Tag Die-namics.

After stamping my image onto X-Press It Blending Card, I paper-pieced, colored with markers and added a little framed heart.

On the inside, I stamped a silhouette in Sno Cone ink and sentiment in Black Licorice ink.

<—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 MFTWSC108, 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!

Stamps:  MFT Pure Innocence Read All About It   Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, MFT Black Licorice and Sno Cone   Paper: MFT Steel Grey and Sweet Tooth, X-Press It Blending Card, Echo Park For the Record 2 “Tailored” (6×6)   Accessories:  Copic markers (E00, E11, Y21, E31, E35, E40, E41, W00, W1, W3, BG70), Steel Grey ribbon, Square STAX 1 & 2, Sentiment Strips and Notched Tag Die-namics, X-Press It Foam Tape.

7 Responses to Read All About It!

  1. Gorgeous card Michele, love all the paperpiecing, that little heart at the corner and the stitching…awesome!

  2. Loving your card for this weeks challenge!! Thanks for sharing and have a fabulous week!! =)

  3. Love the papers you used with this cute image! Darling card!

  4. Sweet as can be! Beautiful details everywhere.

  5. Cute! Your stitching rocks!

  6. I just love this card Michele!! The papers are fantastic and that stitching is the perfect finishing touch!!

  7. So sweet, Michele! Love when you stitch like that! Adds so much! Wish I could remember those tricks….lol

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