Pure Innocence Believe in Magic. Can I just say, I adore how this card turned out. It's so girly, and pink, and did I mention girly!!!!! It totally makes me smile and I hope it'll have the same effect on the person I'm sending it to.
Pink Lemonade, Razzleberry, and Sour Apple. I coloured the image with copic markers and added plenty of glitter for lots of sparkle. The rectangles were cut out with my Rectangle STAX 1 and Rectangle STAX 2 Die-namics. I embossed the pink layer with the polka dots embossing folder then stitched the layers together. I used the Ticket Tab Die-namics die for the sentiment tab.
Stacking Stars Die-namics and covered it with Stardust Stickles. Once that dried I covered it with a generous layer of glossy accents and set it aside to dry over night. I love the look of the faux epoxy sticker!!!
Upsy Daisy Die-namics to cut out the pink flower and I love how it mimics her skirt perfectly. There's another pop of bright pink along the bottom of the card thanks to some Razzleberry ribbon.
Ticket Tab Die-namics again and stamped a sentiment from the All Occasion Sentiments set. I love having an assortment of all occasion sentiments in one set, in the same font as the Pure Innocence girls. MFT is so smart!!!
Here are 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 MFTWSC71. 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:
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