MFT Sketch Challenge 379!

Hi there

Back again tonight with the latest Sketch Challenge for MFT, current one is 379…

To see how you can play along this week and have a chance at winning a voucher then just click HERE…the team also have some amazing inspiration to get you started…

Because out here in Australia we are heading into our Winter months, I thought tonight I would share a card on the more wintery side, using the Ski-sons Greetings..

I stamped out my little bear skier and coloured in with Copics, die cutting out and setting aside..

Still at the die cutting machine, I die cut a trimmed white panel using the Stitched Basic Edges 2 and also die cutting some trees from the Chill Wishes die set out of Sour Apple and Jellybean Green card stocks..

To the base of the card, I added a stencil feature at the top, using the Mini Cloud stencil and some Blue Breeze ink..

I added some Beetle Black Twine around the die cut panel and then added this to the card base with foam tape for a slight dimension..

Next, I adhered my image and trees and completed the card by stamping a sentiment onto After Midnight card stock and embossing with White Embossing powder..

I had fun with this sketch this week and I sure hope you all do too..

Have a great rest of the day!

Hugs

 

 

 


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  • Cindy H.

    What a fun card! Love this little scene and your gorgeous coloring!ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    I love this card! I’ve tried to order the ski-sons stamp several times, but it’s always out of stock, not on sale, etc. it’s my fav MFT stamp set.ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    Such a fun card!!ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    That is interesting to see that you are heading into winter. We are in Spring, but we received about 8 inches of snow the last couple of days when it was almost all melted! Have to Love a Minnesota Spring! Your bear is super cute and I really enjoying following your blog. Have a great day! JulieReplyCancel

  • Lagene

    Awesome winter scene!ReplyCancel

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