Wednesday, February 2, 2011

It's time for Wednesday Stamp Club!

There has been A LOT going on with My Favorite Things this week.  Hopefully you joined us last night for the big release party and then the Hop & Shop!  If not, no worries, you can still see all the fabulous blog hop projects, just hop on over to Kim's blog for the start.  All new Feburary stamps and die-namics are in the Boutique! Check out the Brand Spankin' New section!

Since it's Wednesday, that also means it's time for our weekly WSC sketch challenge. Here's this week's sketch. Come play along!
I decided to make this week's sketch into a tag, since I had an extra one laying on my desk that I didn't use for my mini album yesterday.


I also wanted to use one of our new stamp sets. Since I hadn't gotten to the new Twisted Foursome yet, I knew that's what I wanted. I paired it up with the Making a List Pure Innocence. Also used the Simply Scallops die-namic.  and the Textured Rectangle Frame dieSome twine, a button and crocheted ribbon finish it off!
See, the sketch is a starting point, stretch your creativity and see what you can do. The full line up of samples is listed over on Kim's blog. You can also join us for the chit chat in the MFT Forum with all the challenge details.

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11 comments:

Cheryl Haley said...

I just can't get over all the creativity that goes into everyone's creations!

Rose said...

Your tag is adorable, love all the details, papers and coloring. Beautiful work.

StampOwl said...

sweet

Wendy said...

OMG Lisa, this is darling! What a great idea!

Barbara said...

Fab idea to make a tag, Lisa! So cute!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

LOVE how you created a tag girlie! FAB mix of papers too!!!

Eva said...

Lisa, this is soooo CUTE...I love how you made it into a tag. I almost used the same image....LOL

Cindy Haffner said...

Wicked SWEET!

Jessie/knightrone said...

I love that you made a tag, CA-UTE!!!

Julie said...

So stinkin' cute! Love that you paired the Twisted Foursome with a Pure Innocence set!

Becky Carafa said...

Nice interpretation, I am not so good at thinking outside the sketch. She is adorable!