Wednesday, January 25, 2012

MFT Wednesday Stamp Club Challenge

 Hi there, welcome to this week's My Favorite Things Wednesday Stamp Club Challenge!  Wait till you see this week's gorgeous sketch!  I wanted to make a Birthday card so I have a stash to pull from anytime I need one.  I really wanted to use our Die-namics Always Time for Tea Die and Stamp set, however my sentiment came from the Die-namics Vintage Cameo Frame Die and Stamp set.


The papers are by Creative Imaginations IOD Devotions line, which is a favorite of mine.  And here is the inside of my card using the Die-namics Framed Greetings Die and Stamp set.


And here is the list of the Die-namics I used to create this card:






Make sure you stop at Kim's blog for the sketch and the list of the MFT gals who are playing along this week.  Then head on over to the MFT forum at SCS and upload your card using the keyword  MFTWSC56You could be the lucky winner of a $15 voucher to spend at the store and if you use MFT stamps, than you could win $20!  

Thanks for visiting and have a FABULOUS day!
Hugs,

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8 comments :

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

This is SO pretty Eva! LOVE that checkerboard patterned paper!

Sherrie said...

Now this is vintage love at its' finest! Love this Eva!

Pinkllilac said...

Wow I just adore these cards Eve the colours are stunning and love your design and added details, loving the vintage feel.
Hugs Linda

Hanneke said...

Wonderful card Eva! I love that tea set and the colors you used. Hugs, Hanneke

MochaFrap Scrapper said...

This is a beautiful card. I might just have to break down and get the tea set from MFT.

Karen Giron said...

Oh my word - gasp!!! This is so, SO pretty! You can rock the elegant cards and I'm loving those roses!

Jan Garber said...

That teapot and cup are so sweet! You really know how to show a stamp set in it's absolute best light! Gorgeous! Who wouldn't swoon if they rec'd that card! PS..my b'day is in November! LOL!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

This is so cute, LOVE the paper with this design and the teapot!!!

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