Greetings Friends!! Posting today bringing you my interpretation of this week's MFT sketch challenge. I know I've said it before but over the years of enjoying, learning and sharing this amazingly fun craft I've found that time and time again sketches are just such a fantastic point at which to jump from when you are feeling low on mojo and/or time. The sketches and samples that the designers at MFT post weekly are classic, imaginative and always easy to follow. Every week there is a sweet prize to win as well as lots of fun inspiration to oooh and aahh over!
Without further ado, here is this week's sketch:
Pure Innocence - Cowgirl.
Rolled Rose Die-namics Flowers with designer paper and felt. I anchored two of the Country Charms Die-namics tied to the felt flower with rustic twine.
I finished everything off adding a Photo Corner Die-namics to my main image to trim down the expanse of white space that was showing and I used my Oval Tab Die-namics to house my sentiment. I chose to round my sentiment to mimic the shape of the oval tab so that left me with a bit of extra space showing directly under the sentiment. To add a bit "more" to this area, I trimmed out a second Oval Tab using the yellow designer paper from Recollections, and I simply trimmed off the oval part leaving a simple strip that I adhered and then stitched to the sentiment tab. I love how it came out, simple and bold.
My daughter has recently started riding lessons and is totally enamored of the entire world of Equestrians. I am going to be tucking this into her lunch box tomorrow! Thanks for popping in today!!