November 30, 2011

I Always Love Hearing From You!

It's Wednesday and time for another Wednesday Stamp Club sketch challenge from My Favorite Things!  This week's sketch is easy peasy!  For those of you who don't know, I take quite awhile to make a card, like usually two+ hours on a regular day, but this card only took me about a half an hour from start to finish!  Winner in my book!



I followed the sketch LITERALLY and used Well Worn Greetings Die-namics and Stamp Set.  I just love this set and haven't used it in a long time!  The sentiment was stamped in Dark Chocolate ink.  The heart was cut from yellow felt using the Die-namics Hearts a Plenty die.  It was finished with a button tied with linen thread.  Some rounded corners and machine stitching finish the card.  All of the papers are October Afternoon Sidewalks.


The finished inside......





We'd love to have you play along!  To see a list of participating designers for today's sketch just head on over to Kim's Blog!   Then head on over to the MFT forum at SCS and upload your sketch card using the keyword MFTWSC48. You could be the winner of a $15 voucher to spend at the store! ($20 if you use MFT stamps).

Thanks for stopping by!

9 comments:

wendy said...

terrific...you too have fabulous stitching you girls rock!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

Sweet perfection Jacks! I truly ADORE this!

Debbie Carriere said...

Adorable!!! love the colors and the sweet heart/ bow combo!

Michele Boyer said...

Gorgeous! I absolutely LOVE that Sidewalks paper!

Jennifer said...

Hi Jackie,

Wow! That is a quick card-but you would never know it!!! :) It looks great and I love your bright colors!

Thanks so much for taking the time to share,

Jennifer
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Trisha said...

Just adorable. Love the colors and the papers. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

I LOVE the outside AND inside of this card--fun designs:)

omathgoddess said...

Absolutely adorable! I have a stash of this paper, but I am really trying to hold off using it until my sewing machine arrives - the stitching really completes the look. Thanks for the inspiration!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

This is so beautiful, I love the design and how you used these dsp