August 15, 2012

Loads Of Love {MFTWSC85}

Hi there!!  I can't believe it's already Wednesday!  This week has flown by!  My girls went back to school today, Lauren in 8th grade and Sarah starting middle school this year in 6th grade.  In case you didn't hear me, I was the crazy mom driving down the main drag of the school honking her horn and singing with glee out the sunroof as I was getting ready to drop them off at school!  Totally kidding, but I actually thought about it!  LOL!   I hope their first day is a good one!

Anywho....it's Wedesday it's time to get sketchy with My Favorite Things!  We have a goodie sketch for you again this week!  I hope you get a chance to play along!

Head on over to the MFT Blog for a link to each designer.

With each release I have every intention of inking up each and every stamp, but somehow it never happens.  High hopes I guess.  This adorable new Loads of Love from the Pure Innocence line was begging for some ink and I was happy to oblige!  She was colored with Copics and her apron was paper pieced.  She was cut out with the Rectangle STAX and was popped up on foam tape for dimension.  The other Die-namics I used are Hearts a Plenty, Wavy Edge and Bracket Tab.   I also used a Berrylicious Button finished with some twine on the cork heart.  The patterned paper is October Afternoon Woodland Park.




The Die-namics I used:





This week's sketch:


6 comments:

Angel said...

Ah I should've known that was that pretty Woodland park DP! I must get my hands on some! This is SO darling!!!! My boys start 10th, 7th and 4th this year! Ack! Talk about a mom singing all the way to the bus stop! Ha!

Dana White said...

Oh she's so cute, the paper pieced apron is too sweet

Dana said...

Love your card. Fabulous paper too.

Alina said...

beautiful card, Jackie!

Pamela Harrington said...

Absolutely darling!!!! I remember those days when my girls went back to school :) Precious memories. Now my Grandson will start kindergarten next week :(

Gabby said...

So cute card! Your paper pieced PI is so darling. The combo of colors, papers, stitching, cork heart w/button ... great choices. :)