Monday, October 27, 2014

MFTWSC199 - Witch Way is the Candy ?

Finally back to making cards after a long time of not being able to use my right arm from a fall I had (broken), than I had to catch up on other projects for work and when I felt better I re-organized my craft area so I could see it again since I bought more goodies to play with which took a lot of time. Lots of organization which I will post soon. Thanks for letting me ramble, but now onto better things.

Wanted to join the weekly sketch card MFTWSC199 and than I saw Challenge 17 over at Always Playing with Paper for my inspiration on the color scheme but added some green, so I might try the sketch portion of the challenge since there is still time to join the fun.

Here is my card:
During my reorganization, I also took the Copic Online Card Class and absolutely loved it plus I learned so much and highly recommend it. So obviously I wanted to color something for this card and afterwards realized it covered up the squares on the right hand side from the MFTWSC199 sketch, but figured it would still work.

Here I used some retired DSP stash I had called: Frightfull Sight along with Concord Crush card stock and Peach Parfait along with this cute stamp set from My Favorite Things called: Which Way is the Candy and the matching dies to cut it out. 

For the sentiment, I used the stamp set: Trick or Sweet from My Favorite Things and stamped it using Pumpkin Pie (SU) and than decided to decorate the inside using more stamps from this set and Which Way is the Candy?

Please make sure to stop over at the challenge sites as they have talented design teams which always have beautiful cards and terrific inspiration.

Supplies Used: 
Stamp Set: DC Trick or Sweet (MFT), Which Way is the Candy? (MFT)
Paper: Frightful Sight DSP (SU)
Cardstock: White, Concord Crush, Peach Parfait, Crumb Cake, X Press It Blending
Inks: MFT Hybird Ink Black, Pumpkin Pie (SU), Copics
Accessories:  Layered Labels (MFT), Layered Treat Bag (MFT), Which Way is the Candy Dies (MFT), White Gel Pen, 1" inch square punch (SU), and Foam Mount

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