November 1, 2012

WSC 96!

It's time for another Wednesday Sketch Challenge from My Favorite Things. For my card this week I wanted a homey feeling Christmas card. I've used Seasonal Sentiments, the current Triple Scoop set you'll receive free with a $60 order!

I wanted a soft look, and for the stamping to blend into the paper. I've used a chalk ink and I think the effect is almost like the stamps are part of the paper, love it!

 I also created a little tag today to use up some of my paper scraps, they were too cute to waste!

I love the transparent look of the chalk ink on patterned paper, I'm sure I'll be doing this again! I used the Let it Snowflake Die-namics and covered them with glitter for a bit of sparkle.

Inside my card I've stamped on the paper again and I also edged all my papers in ink.

For my tag, I used all the same principles and supplies.

Hopefully this will make a pretty gift even nicer for someone special at Christmas!

Here are the supplies I've used today:

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 MFTWSC96. 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!  


  1. wow! LOOOVE this! that glittery snow flake is awesome, so are these papers. cute, tag, too!

  2. This is so pretty...both the tag and card. I like your glittered snowflake. :)

  3. A fabulous card and tag! Loving the sparkly snowflakes!

  4. Great set Sarah, love the shade of blue on the paper.


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