TGIF! We have a two hour school delay today due to potential black ice. I do not mind delays. It gave me time to get crafty last night. I am playing along with a couple of blog challenges. I love the fun sketch this week from MFT Weekly Sketch Challenge and the colors from The Color Throwdown were too good to resist.
I am using My Favorite Things stamps products unless otherwise noted. I started with MFT Card stocks in kraft , smooth white, nightshift blue, and red hot card stock. I die cut the nightshift blue with pierced traditional tags stax. I stamped the edges with blanket stitched image from Stitched with Love stamp set with versamark and heat embossed with Recollections aqua embossing powder. I layered Blueprints 20 rectangle quilted die cut in smooth white. I inked distressed the edges.
I added the die cut element in red hot card stock from Blueprints 15 to comply with the sketch. I white embossed the sentiment from Stitched With Love stamp set. I layered the die cut elements from from Stitched With Love die namics. I die cut the needle with silver foil card stock. I added some dyed to match threading using Blu Raspberry premium ink refill. The tag top reinforcement circle was die cut from pierced circle stax in red hot card stock. I finished the tag with a few buttons and some hemp cording.
I added the tag to the kraft card base. I die cut the scalloped panel from Blueprints 20. I inked the edges with versamark and some distressed ink. I layered a stitched panel from Blueprints 22 that I embossed with Quilt Square Cover Up turned at a slight angle for some added interest. I really love how this whole card with tag turned out.
A couple of weeks ago I needed to restock some of my stamping supplies so I clicked over to Starlit Studio. Aside from some awesome customer service and fast shipping, the prices are absolutely amazing! I was able to restock some of my "go to" stamping supplies like TomBow Mona Aqua glue, Glue Dots, Mini Glossy Accents, and X-Press It foam mounting tape. I was also able to pick up a few of My Favorite Things stamps and dies while perusing the sight!
As always thank so much for stopping by!