It’s Wednesday which means it’s time for this week’s Wednesday Stamp Club sketch over on the MFT Stamps Member Forum of SCS. This is another fun sketch!
For my card this week I have again used the MFT Stamps à la modes 80’s Girl, I paper pieced her dress, leggings and warmer thingy's she is wearing.
I have used three Die-namics on this card …
- Die-namics Mini Tabs Foursome (for my sentiment)
- Die-namics Layered Rose (the flower)
- Die-namics Triple Scallop Border (for the black border near the bottom)
I have also used Lemondrop Yellow Twine in the centre of my button on my flower.
Here is the inside of my card. I stamped the à la modes girl again and added the sentiment beside her. I did need to split the sentiment so that it fitted in the space beside the girl.
We encourage you all to play along, and to enter your card in the weekly draw for a $15 gift voucher to the MFT Boutique. Simply follow the sketch and create a card or other paper creation. You may use any stamps and supplies that you wish. Each week, a keyword is assigned to the sketch. All you need to do to enter, is upload your card to the gallery at SCS, and enter the given keyword in the keyword box, during the upload process. After the deadline, we randomly choose a winner from that week's entries and the winner will receive a $15 gift voucher. If the winning card uses MFT stamps, the participant will earn a $5 bonus, for a total of a $20 gift voucher! That is up to $100 per month in prizes, JUST for playing along. We hope you'll join us in 2012.
Check out the FAQ - Wednesday Stamp Club thread if you need any further info on this challenge or help on how to upload your card to the SCS gallery.
Be sure to check out Kim's Blog, she will have a full list of all the designers participating in today's challenge!
|Stamps: à la modes 80’s Girl – MFT Stamps|
|Paper: White; Black; Teal; Splendid DP - Authentique|
|Die-namics: Mini Tab Foursome; Layered Rose; Triple Scallop Border – MFT Stamps|
|Other: Black Ink; Button; Buttercup Yellow Twine; Foam Tape; Copics|