Saturday, May 24, 2014

Be Grateful and Smile

I haven't played in any My Favorite Things challenges in a long while.  I loved both their Sketch challenge and their Color Palette challenge this time, so I've made a card that works for both of them.  Hope that's okay to do!

MFT Get Sketchy

supplies: Hero Arts pool and kraft layering paper, Simon's Cotton Candy and Mint cardstocks, Penny Black Life's Messages stamp, Memento Luxe Toffee Crunch ink, versamark ink and white embossing powder, flowers from Michael's, Cuttlebug Cross My Heart embossing folder

Here's the sketch:

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and the colors:

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I thought that sketch was so cute that I dug out one of my old favorite Pure Innocence images and made another card.  There's alot of this going on around here at this time of year!

Get Sketchy MFT

supplies: Pure Innocence Bloomin' Good Day, dps from a few MME 6" paper pads, markers, Prima flower, pool and burnt orange cardstock

And another using the lovely colors:

MFT Color Palette Challenge

supplies: same cardstocks as above, with the addition of an Authentique pink gingham, MFT Die-Namics Spring Wreath dies, Memory Box Fancy Blossoms dies, pink, white, and aqua pearls, sentiment from a discontinued The Craft's Meow set, Lark Additions, Stampendous Blushing Pink Pastel embossing powder

As always, thanks for visiting!

9 comments:

  1. When you share more than one card in a post, I can never pick a favorite! Love them all, Lin! ♥

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  2. All three cards shine in their own unique way and are lovely!!!

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  3. These are beautiful! Love the way each one is different and unique :)

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  4. So sweet! Love that little PI and your pretty sparkly flowers! Thanks for joining us at MFT.

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  5. Gorgeous, each and everyone of them Lin. You have such a way with colours and have done an awesome job with the sketch.

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  6. Beautiful trio of cards, Lin - such sweet colours!

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  7. Love all 3 of these designs. Just Beautiful!

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  8. LOVE the colors you used on that wreath card, Lin! The pink embossing powder looks fab against the kraft background.

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