19 July 2017

MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge #342

Hi everyone! Welcome to this week’s MFT Sketch Challenge! Here is what I came up with: 





I turned the sketch upside down. I created a hill using a border from the Stitched Basic Edges Die-namics set that I die cut from Sour Apple cardstock. I replaced the rectangle from the sketch with clouds. The clouds are from the Puffy Clouds die set. The fence is from the Spring Scene Builder set and was die cut from Natural cardstock. I sponged the sky with Distress inks using a blending tool. I stamped the sentiments in Black Licorice dye ink using the Misti stamping tool. The Happy Birthday is from the BB Up in the Air set and the Hey, Chick! from the BB The Whole Herd set. The cow is from the The Whole Herd set from Birdie Brown. I stamped it using Black Licorice hybrid ink, colored it with Copic markers  (YAY, they carry Copics now) and cut it out with scissors, as well as the other images. The sweet little bird is from the BB Happy Hippos set. I fixed the images, the fence and the clouds with foam pads for more dimension.

Here is the sketch #342 for this week’s challenge:




Head over to the MFT Challenge blog for more details if you’d like to play along and to check out what the other design team members have created with this sketch! 



Don’t forget to check my MFT Gallery on Pinterest for more inspiration!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Francine

5 comments:

Mendi Yoshikawa said...

This is AMAZING! I adore cows (still wanting to finally ink up this set), but I especially love how you popped up your clouds. It's such a fun touch! :)

Purple Princess said...

Very cute! Love the little heart on the cloud!

Barb Ghig said...

Such a cute scene, Francine! I love how you flipped the sketch and how you placed those sweet little clouds! You always bring your images to life with your beautiful Copic coloring, too...LOVE this card to pieces :)

Sue McIsaac said...

Love this card!

Daria Z. said...

Fabulous take on the sketch! An absolutely adorable card.

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