November 24, 2011

WSC 47 - All about the tag!


Hi everyone, it's time for another sketch challenge with MFT!

This is a simple layout featuring a central tag, I had lots of fun with this one, though I did tilt the tag, I just couldn't keep it straight!


I've used PI - Calendula and left her uncoloured. The sentiment is part of a larger one that I cut in half. My tag is pretty simple, I wanted to focus on that gorgeous paper. It's topped with a genuine vintage button from my Grandma's stash.


Instead of creating an insert like I usually do, I've stamped directly on the card using Walnut Stain distress ink.

Be sure to check out Kim's blog for all the designers playing along this week - you won't want to miss their gorgeous creations!

To play along with WSC, create a card with the provided sketch and upload it to SCS using the keyword MFTWSC47. A new sketch will be posted each Wednesday on the MFT blog and also in the forum. Each week one random winner will win a $15 voucher to spend at MFT, and if you use MFT stamps on your creation, you'll get a $5 bonus taking your voucher win up to $20! We'll be chatting each week on the sketch thread, so come join us in the MFT forum!  

 Thanks for stopping by!
 
Stamps: PI Calendula (MFT Stamps) Paper: Farmhouse (Crate Paper) Ink: Walnut Stain Distress (Ranger) Dies: Medium Simply Scallops Border, Tag You're It Die-namics (MFT Stamps) Other: Button, Hemp Twine, Jumbo Eyelets

6 comments:

zehra said...

wow, this card is beautiful, love the layers and she looks great not colored. lovely!

Angel said...

so sweet! love the tag "hanging" from the eyelets! i must've been channeling my "inner Sarah G" - we used the same dp! :)

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

GORGEOUS girlie! LOVE how you stamped her onto the patterned paper!!

Dawn Easton said...

Fabulous, Sarah! Love that you didn't colour her!!! Thanks for inspiring me to dig that stamp out, I don't think I've ever inked her up!

Jessie/knightrone said...

This is STUNNING, Sarah!!

texasjodylynn said...

So cute! I love the tag hanging like that. Clever!