August 25, 2011

WSC #34 - Sew Nifty

It's time for another great sketch with My Favorite Things! This week's sketch features dual long titled panels, Sew Nifty was a perfect fit!

This paper by MME was a perfect match for the stamp set. I stamped and paper pieced the bodice and used part of the You Move Me die-namic as a tab on the side of my card. I love the little scissor charm die - so cute!

Inside I used a sentiment from the set as well as the Happy Birthday from By the Numbers which was a great font match. 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 MFTWSC34. 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!  

Here are the Die-namics I've used today:

 Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps:Sew Nifty, By the Numbers (MFT Stamps) Cardstock: Early Espresso, Vanilla (SU) Paper: Lost & Found - Madison Avenue (MME) Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento) Regal Rose (SU) Dies: You Move Me, Sew Nifty,  Scallop Ribbon Border Die-namics (MFT Stamps) Other: Twine (MFT Stamps)


  1. How perfect are those papers!! Very pretty card!

  2. Oh my this is such a stunning card, love that little scissor hanging around FUN embellie!

  3. so pretty! love the little scissors hanging on the twine!

  4. So pretty! I really like the tab for the sentiment and the tiny scissors!

  5. This is so adorable, love the dp you used, and you are right, it's perfect for this sketch and this set! Can't wait to get mine!!!!

  6. That is gorgeous! I love all the pink and brown.

  7. This is SEW perfect...that paper is AWESOME with this!


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