Apr 10, 2011

Moxie Fab: Make Mine a Double!


Hi there!

This afternoon I had the opportunity to make a card for this week's Moxie Fab Tuesday Trigger Inspiration photo: A Burst of Blooms

I was inspired by a couple of things in this photo.  First of all the size - I like the brown chair with the afghan draped over it and decided to use a 3" x 11" scrap of Kraft card stock for my card base (scored at 5 1/2").  Then, I was drawn to the shape of the flowers in the afghan and thought of this PTI doily die mimicked the shape quite well.  Lastly, the afghan itself had a 'polka dot' feel to me, so I pulled out some October Afternoon polka dot scrap paper to use on the card front.

Card Details (3 1/4" x 5 1/2" card size)
Stamps: Make Mine a Double (MFT)
Ink: Versafine black; Distress tumbled glass & broken china (inside)
Card stock: Copic Xpress it; MFT solid; October Afternoon patterned
Other: Sewing machine; MFT scallop die; PTI doily die; May Arts silk ribbon; Copic markers; detail clear embossing powder; dauber; Spica glitter pens; Spellbinder long rectangle die

and the inside view...



It was quite enjoyable using up several scrap patterned papers to make this card - love to mix and match patterned papers from a variety of October Afternoon lines.  It just makes me happy that all their collections work so well together!

Thanks for checking in on me today!
Jessica

6 comments:

Marilyn (mlj-mlj) said...

How cute! Great papers and colors!

MaxineD said...

Love your interpretation of the inspiration. I am unable to buy such small doilies, so I currently cut parts out of some larger ones that I have :-)
Blessings
Maxine

onecraftymama said...

Sigh...that lovely doily & ribbon...and I love the mix of stitching :)

Carla S. said...

This is so cute, Jessica! Love the colors and the adorable image! The doily is a great accent!

Cath said...

Hey Jessica! What a "sweet" approach to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! Thanks so much for playing along! :)

Laura - Layers of Color said...

o what a cutie!

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