My Favorite Things Sketch Challenge 273

Good Afternoon fellow crafty friend. Just a quick post to say hello and share a new card I created for the My Favorite things Sketch Challenge 273. I am having a lot of fun participating in these challenges.  Here is the link to the My Favorite things Challenge  Blog. I hope you like this card and it inspires you to join in and create. 

I created this card using the My Favorite things "I'm All Ears" stamp set. I stamped this cute little girl with Versa Fine black onyx ink on to some Canson water color paper and colored her in using the Zig clean color real brush markers. I then fussy cut her out and went over the edges with some black marker. I then used the sketch to put my card together, I made the card base out of Simon Says Stamp Doll Pink card stock. I then die cut the Doodlebug designs easter egg patterned paper using Lawn Fawns Largest stitched rectangle die, I then die cut the yellow card stock, green green cardstock and blue patterned paper; which was from the Simon Says Stamp February Card kit, again using the Lawn fawn stitched rectangles die set. I then took the green card stock and die cut it using the Lawn Fawn "Grassy Borders" die set. I die cut the word bubble from the My Favorite Things Blueprints 7 die-namics die set. I took a strip of the green card stock and doll pink card stock that I had left over and made banners out of them and adhered them together. After everything was cut out, it was then it was time to assemble the card. I adhered the patterned paper directly on to the doll pink card base, I then used my 3M Scotich foam tape to pop up the yellow stitched rectangle and the blue paper as well. I adhered the banner to the yellow rectangle and then added the blue smaller rectangle to it. I adhered the grass and little girl to the blue patterned rectangle. I finished the card off with attaching the speech bubble with foam tape, adding some enable dots and Wink of Stella to the grass, banners and little girls dress.



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