I had SO much fun (of course!) with this sketch. I hadn't had a chance to ink up this DARLING new Pure Innocence Believe In Magic from My Favorite Things during MFTeasers, so I jumped at the chance to use her today! I LOVE her...she is SO cute!!
I stamped her onto X Press It Blending Card and colored her with Copic Markers. I added some Crystal Glitter to her skirt...so magical! I paper pieced her shirt with one of the same patterns I used on my card, Little Girl from Echo Park Papers.
I must admit, all the colors and papers I used on my card were specifically chosen to match the DELISH tulle ribbon I used on my card. It was a recent find at my LSS from Bo Bunny and I just LOVE it...I thought it was perfect with this cutie too! I wish you could see more of it on the card...it is actually strips of tulle.
I added a yummy pink bow over it and attached a little sentiment tag which reads "Wish Big". Of course, I sewed all the layers on my sewing machine.
I finished off the inside...I love to add another sentiment on the inside of my cards, and all the MFT sets have SUCH cute sentiments to choose from! For the inside, I went with "Wishing You A Fairy Good Day" and stamped this cutie again in Pixie Pink. I added some more of the same papers and a border created with the Die-Namics Open Scallop Border Die.
Here are the Die-Namics I've used on my card today:
Thanks SO much for stopping by! Please head on over to Kim's Blog to see a listing of the designers that have samples of this sketch today along with the AMAZING MFT Challenge Team samples!
Stamps: Pure Innocence Believe In Magic from My Favorite Things
Paper: Hibiscus Burst (PTI), X Press It Blending Card and Little Girl (Echo Park Papers)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Copic Markers, Crystal Glitter, Petite Oval Nestabilities, Die-Namics Open Scallop Border Die, Sewing Machine, Bo Bunny Tulle Ribbon, Hibiscus Burst Ribbon, Bow Easy and Foam Tape
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