Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Someone You Love {MFTWSC41}

It's time to get sketchy with the MFT Wednesday Stamp Club and sketch 41.

I needed a sympathy card recently so I reached for my Clearly Sentimental about Sympathy set. This is definitely a must-have set. It's one you hope you never have to use, but it has the most beautiful sentiments when you do need to use it.

I kept the colour palette soft and use patterned paper from the Lost & Found Market Street paper pad. I used several die-namics to add detail: layered labels (for the sentiment), mini rolled roses, and faux crochet border.

I added another sentiment on the inside and a couple of hearts cut out with the hearts a plenty and notched tag die-namics.

Here are all the sketchy details:

There's a prize each week for one participant, chosen at random. You may use any stamps and supplies that you wish. Each week a keyword is assigned to the sketch, and this week's keyword is MFTWSC41. All you need to do to enter is upload your card to the gallery at Splitcoast and enter the given keyword in the keyword box during the upload process. After the deadline (noon Eastern on Tuesday) 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!
Be sure to head over to Kim's Blog to view the entire list of design team participants...there's plenty of inspiration for you with today’s sketch!

Here are the die-namics I used:

Thanks for stopping by!
Karen

4 comments:

Leslie said...

This is beautiful - love the softness of the beading/pearls! These cards are always sad to make but they are always made with lots of love.

Michele Boyer said...

So pretty, Karen! Gorgeous flowers and pearls!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

I agree...this set is a must have. This is such an absolutely beautiful card...love the soft colors and the pearls.

Heather Jensen said...

Absolutely beautiful. I guess we had the same paper in mind. I love all the pretty MME papers. :)