Friday, August 24, 2012

Love you more...

Hello there and Happy Friday! Today I'm sharing with you another card I made for the My Favorite Things September Guest Designer Challenge. This was such a fun card to make:


And the inside! LOL!


Here is the sketch. As you can see, I rotated it on it's side.


Totally love this sentiment! It's actually one stamp, but I cut it in half so the punch line would be on the inside of the card. Gasp! Did you say you CUT your stamp?! Yes! Absolutely you can do that. It won't hurt the stamp at all, you just need to be careful when you cut it.

I used a sentiment from MFT's Twisted Threesome set and also the Mini Monarch border Die-Namics. The file folder was cut using my Slice die cut machine. (Yes, I know, I'm probably the only one on the planet that still uses a Slice. But I don't care - I love it!) All the patterned paper and elements are from Cosmo Cricket's Social Club collection. The bakers twine is from MME.

Thanks for stopping by and please feel free to leave a comment. I read them all and really appreciate them! And why not try your hand at this challenge? You never know. MFT could pick YOU as their next guest designer!

Chris ☺

Supplies:
stamps: My Favorite Things Twisted Threesome
dies: Mini Monarch border Die-Namic
ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Clear Snap - Charcoal
card stock: Bazzill
DP, chipboard button and element card - Cosmo Cricket - Social Club
Slice die cut machine
baker's twine: MME
adhesive: E-Z Runner and foam squares by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L; Glue Dots; American Crafts double sided tape

2 comments:

  1. haha!! so funny and cute. Love the retro image and that file folder looking mat.

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  2. Ha! Sooo fun! That sentiment cracks me up! Love the whole retro vibe to this, Chris! Such a great mix of papers and that image makes me smile. :)

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