"We do not remember days, we remember moments." Cesare Pavese

Monday, June 18, 2018


Hello!!  Hope your week is off to a good start! We are having lovely weather here in the Pacific Northwest which is great because today is officially the start of summer break for my youngest.  He is looking forward to going off to camp in two weeks and then other adventures once he gets back!  Today I have a card that I made for the MFT sketch challenge, as well as the MFT color challenge.   When I saw the MFT sketch I immediately thought of the fun Die-namics fiesta die for the large rectangular image in the sketch.  I die cut it three times from bright blue cardstock and adhered them together.  The sentiment is from the MFT PI Birthday Pinata set.  Did a little masking so that I could stamp the sentiment all on one line on kraft cardstock and then die cut it with a Die-namics Slanted Sentiment Strips die.  I used the same die to cut some yellow cardstock, adhered it to the kraft piece and adhered it to my die cut cardstock panel.  Fiesta was adhered with foam tape so that I could overlap it on strip.  I stamped the little candy images from Birthday Pinata, colored them with a yellow and blue marker and then die cut.  Adhered them to the panel and I was done.  Another clean and simple design!

Hope you have a wonderful day!

Supplies:  Cardstock:  SU white, MFT bright blue; PTI kraft and yellow; Stamps:  MFT; Dies:  MFT and AJVD; Ink:  VersaFine CLAIR Nocturne


Lisa Elton said...

Now this is fun and how cute are those teeny tiny treats! Have a happy summer on your adventures with your little guy!

Greta said...

That sketch is challenging to me, but no problem for you--as usual, Rosemary! Perfect use of the color combo, too--fun, festive card! Summer camp was the best when I was growing up--makes me wish I was a kid--haha!

Anita in France said...

So fun and so celebratory, Rosemary ... love how you dressed up that die cut with those tiny sweet treats! Hugs, Anita :)