MFT October Guest Designer Contest

Hello crafty friends! I’m back to share my card for My Favorite Things’ October Guest Designer Contest!
I used a sweet Pure Innocence stamp and matching sentiment from the “Hello Cupcake” set. The image is colored with Copic markers. I added a pattern to her dress with a white opaque marker.
I would have liked to have the Rounded Banner Die-Namics to create the shape that the main image is stamped on, but I tried my best to get it right with the supplies I had on hand!
Other supplies: patterned paper (Cosmo Cricket Early Bird, Echo Park Dots & Stripes), brads, sewing machine, card stock.
I’ve never had a giant cupcake like that one, but it looks tasty! It’s been a while since I baked up something yummy…I made pumpkin bread last week and I was lucky to get a piece or two before my husband finished off the rest!
Here’s the sketch that inspired my card:
For all the details on this contest, visit the My Favorite Things blog! You can also see the entries by visiting Splitcoast Stampers…just search the gallery using keyword MFTGUESTDT1012!
Thanks so much for stopping by!

colourQ #120

Happy Tuesday and welcome back for another colourQ challenge! Thanks to everybody who played along with us last week…so many stunning takes on the challenge! If you weren’t able to join us last week, I hope you will this week!

We’ve had snow here in Washington state this weekend…so it’s been nice to stay in and get some crafty projects done! The snow is definitely pretty, but I’m not a big fan of driving around in it!

Here’s my card for this week! I haven’t paper pieced an image in some time, but I thought this stamp is perfect for it! I used some Studio Calico paper for the kimono, and some SU Wisteria Wonder card stock for the sash and trim.

Supplies: patterned paper (polka dot – Echo Park Dots & Stripes Christmas, Studio Calico),  card stock (Island Indigo,  Wisteria Wonder, Rich Razzleberry – Stampin’ Up!) glitter brads (Making Memories), Copic markers, image and sentiment stamp (“Good Fortune”- Pure Innocence), ink (Tsukineko Brilliance), white satin ribbon, card base.
and here are our richly inspiring colors for you to play with:
To be considered for this week’s colourQueen, make sure to link your creation at the colourQ blog by Sunday, January 22 at noon Central Time! Don’t forget to display the challenge colors and link back to the colourQ blog in your entry post.

As always, The rest of the colourQ Royal Court have created some fantastic and fun projects with this week’s colors! You can see them on the colourQ blog or by visiting their personal blogs. (The links are to the left under the thumbnail of this week’s challenge colors.) 
Thanks so much for stopping by! I can’t wait to see what you’ll create with this week’s colourQ!