Wednesday, April 11, 2012

MFT WSC67- a Teacher Thanks

Man, it stinks to be sick.  I have to say I pride myself on being a fairly healthy gal.  I have to be doesn't stop if I get sick.  Well,  Hubby started out little family vacation last week (to the Smoky Mountains) with a sore throat and I was the lucky one to bring home the soar throat as a souvenir-YUCK!!!

Needless to say, I am soooooo happy with myself that I worked ahead on a few of our WSC sketches. I was in NO mood to craft yesterday.

I'm also happy that thanks to THIS great stamp by MFT-An Apple for You, (and our March Creative Challenge) I am way ahead of the game on my end of the year teacher gifts.

I used a few scallop Die-namics on my card. The teeny scallops are from the SMALL SCALLOP BORDER.  I used them to help accent the pretty background paper.
I also wanted to help my ALM panel to pop, so I used the  SCALLOP RIBBON DIE-NAMICS. I love that this border has a double layer of teeny tiny open scallops, but I really love that I can use just one of the edges to accent a layer.
 Here is this week's sketch. It's one of my go-to sketches and that skinny panel just calls for any of the à la modes. I'm certain we'll be seeing lots of these chic chicks in the gallery this week!

We hope, you'll play along. There is a MFT Gift Voucher up for grabs! Join us in the MFT Forum for the challenge details.

Now hop on over to Kim's Blog to see the DT line up....there's lots of inspiration to see with this sketch! 

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  1. Absolutely gorgeous! LOVE the green apple - different but delicious looking!

  2. love this, Lisa!! Great coloring!! Love how you used that paper!

  3. Hope you feel better soon!! It's so great that you're already ahead with teacher stuff!

  4. OH MY GOOOOODNESS! I love your coloring--fab design! LOVE LOVE LOVE:)

  5. Such a pretty card. Love that you made the apple green and the way it looks with the muted tones. Great coloring.

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