Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Get Well Set

I didn't get a chance to do last week's Wednesday Stamp Club challenge - It's In The Bag, so I used the challenge as my guideline for using some of the stuff from my stash. 

I first inked up my MFT Pure Innocence Better Get Better set and stamped it three (3) times on MFT's white Perfect Panels in memento tuxedo black ink.  Once I had all three Pure Innocence images colored, I cut two of them all out and layered one image then popped one more up on Stampin Up! dimensionals.  Taking some scrap bashful blue cardstock, I cut it with MFT's Jumbo Ric Rack Die-namic, stippling Tim Holtz old paper dye ink over it.  Then taking some scrap Stampin Up! regal rose and sage shadow cardstock, I cut those with MFT's Flower Trio & Leaf Trio Die-namic before layering on top of each other with bling sticker centers next to the popped up images.

I finally pulled out some Autumn Leaves Thrift Shop designer paper I found on clearance at Target over a year ago, and wrapped a metal band aid container I've had over a year as well.  After adding my cut out Pure Innocence image, I also wrapped some scrap Stampin Up! regal rose grossgrain ribbon around the edge.

I hope you were able to join us for the MFT release party over in the Splitcoast forum last night.  If not, then you missed out on some great fun and free sets! The November release for MFT is fantastic and you can see all of the new stuff here.  Make sure you don't miss the December release either because Kim never disappoints her loyal junkies.

Stamps: MFT Pure Innocence Better Get Better
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Tim Holtz Old Paper, Stampin Up! Bashful Blue
Cardstock: MFT Perfect Panels, Autumn Leaves Thrift Shop Designer Paper, Stampin Up! Regal Rose, Sage Shadow, Bashful Blue
Accessories: Prismacolor Markers, MFT Baby Brads, Stampin Up! Dimensionals, MFT Jumbo Ric Rack Die-namic, MFT Flower Trio & Leaf Trio Die-namic, Stampendous Bling Stickers, Stipple Brush


  1. This is so cute. I love the band-aid box. Clever. Thank you so much for sharing.