Monday, December 8, 2008

Girls Just Wanna Have Funds

Here is another project I made for the MFT sneak peak last week before the release. I haven't had time to make new cards and projects the past few days, as FINALS are officially here, and I had to rewrite the proposal for my Senior Design project, so it has been CRAZY few days, and it will be a crazy week, without much creating. As well on Saturday we have our PhillyInkers Christmas brunch, gift exchange and shoebox swap, so I need to prepare for it. Finally I have a gift in mind, but I need to find the time to make it. And for the shoebox swap I still have NO idea what to prepare, as I have the challenge that people should be able to make it in 8 min and less. Whatever I make , it never takes less than 30 min. LOL.
Anyways...now onto the project. I used some retired hardware for it, and holiday treasures dsp. Made the insert with the dsp and adhered it to the inside of the card. The ribbon and flowers are from Michaels. I colored it with copics and paper pieced the skirt and shirt, aren't those MFT images great for paper piecing? Scroll down for complete list of supplies.
SUPPLIES:
stamps: MFT
ink: tuxedo black momento, chocolate chip
paper: chocolate chip, ruby red, baja breeze, holiday treasures dsp, PTI white
other: red ribbon, fabric flowers, pewter hodgepodge hardware (retired), vintage brads

7 comments:

  1. How pretty this turned out!!! I love how you made the pocket on the inside, to hold the money!!!

    Great Job!!!

    Hugs,
    Cheryl

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  2. What a fabulous skirt with attitude!
    I wish I had one like it!
    Beautiful!!!

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  3. I love the idea of the pocket on the inside for money or whatever! What a great skirt!

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  4. Love it. I just got my set in the mail yesterday. Can't wait to ink it up.

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  5. What an awesome card! I love this! I love the "girls just want to have funds". You are more than welcome to send me one of them (with some funds of course!!!) LOL!

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  6. oh - such an appropriate stamps for the gift envelope - very clever!

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