Wednesday, October 3, 2012

{MFTWSC92} Pumpkin Patch

Ah, Halloween! I LOVE it! You can imagine my excitement when I saw all the cool new stamps and dies released last month from My Favorite Things....oh yeah- spent my allowance in one click of the mouse;) But I LOVE my new goodies, so it was totally worth it! lol

This week MFT has another great new sketch challenge for you!
I used the new Primitive Pumpkins stamp set and die (A.M.A.Z.I.N.G). This set has instantly taken first place in my prized Halloween stash of stamps! If I could marry a stamp set, this would be it;) Okay, enough with my affirmation of love for Halloween and this set. I'll get on with the post!

Here are the MFT dienamics that I used: Fishtail Flags STAX (this set hasn't been put away in weeks! I have been using it on everything!), Sheltering Tree, Fancy Flourish,  and of course the dies from Primitive Pumpkins

I used a black button (Fancypants) and black jute twine (Ribbon Carousel). The Fancy Flourish die was actually cut into three different pieces and placed in the pumpkins to look like vines....I usually cut this die up- so versatile!

Here's the inside, using the star border stamp again, as well as more Fishtail Flags.

Check out the MFT Blog to see who else is playing along this week, as well as details on how you can win an MFT voucher every week, just for playing along!


Peggy said...

Oh I love this! The dies,the stamps the layout... you know what I am going to have to do now don't you? SHOP and CASE! lol

Gabby said...

Terrific Halloween card, outside and in! :) Nice colors and dp, and use of stamps and die-cuts. I like to stamp on dp and I like how you've stamped the spider web on yours. :)

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Gorgeous card Jenny! Love all the layered MFT goodness on your card and texture!

Karen Motz said...

This is stunning! I love how you've woven the flourish between the pumpkins!

Kelli Hull said...

This is absolutely THE best card!!!! LOVE the "vines" and that tree has never looked cuter than as a spooky halloweenie tree!

Anonymous said...

Since when were you limited to an "allowance"?

Wendy Ramlakhan said...