Wednesday, February 14, 2018

You Are My Anchor

Hi Crafters - This card was truly a challenge for me since I had to use 3 Stamp Sets from My Favorite Things - and I was assuming they had to be images - therefore, I only own 3 stamp set [the images are the anchor, tree, and bear on sled - each from a different stamp set]

I like how my card turned out that is MFT stamps, die and paper - thanks for dropping by and have a blessed week ~ Gail~

Cardstock - White, Recycled cardboard [for the fence]
MFT Painted Prints Citrus 6x6 blue stripes
MFT Stamp Sets:
1. You Float My Boat - The Anchor and Sentiment - Misti - Blue Ink & Black ink - stamped on MFT Stitched Tag Die - Cuttlebug Die Cutting Machine
2. MFT Stamp ~ Home for the Holidays - this is a retired stamp - Tree - Colored with Spectrum Noir Markers - Stamped using the Misti and black ink - fussy cut
3. MFT Stamp ~Cool with You - Bear on Sled [also used the Die to cut out] Copic Markers to color
Other MFT products:
MFT Woodgrain Fence Die [this is the first product I purchased at a store when we were on vacation years ago]
MFT  Blueprints #32 - this is the back layer of the card - I included the frame die cut and inside insert die cut on the card
MFT Blueprints 22 - using the MFT Blue Striped cardstock to cut
MFT Blueprints 22 - I used the scallop die for the snow hills and then fussy cut the one in front of the tree to trim down a bit

I am sharing this card with:

MFT EVENT 1  - Olympics Challenge - Stamping Slalom ~ Create one card that includes at least three separate MFT stamp sets
 Simon Says Wed ADD A Die Cut
CHN Patterned Challenge

WAW 322-3 AG 

Mod Squad - Winter Theme - Trees, Snow, bare trees  


  1. Love your sweet scene, Gail! Thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  2. Cute card with great paper. Thanks for joining us at CHNS Patterned Paper Challenge this month.

  3. What a great little scene. You did great with limited supplies. Thank you so much for participating this week at the Mod Squad Challenge


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